The Best of 'Out' & 'Out on Tuesday'

United Kingdom, 1991

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UK Channel 4’s ‘Out’ and ‘Out on Tuesday’, hosted by Julian Clary, were the world’s first networked TV series for lesbians and gay men. Debuting in 1989, the show was consistently stylish, informed and audacious. This collection brings together 7 of the best segments: “Talking Hairs”, a snappy catalogue of gay hairstyles; “Comic Cuts” explores the real world of lesbian and gay comic books; “Pride ‘91” celebrates the 1991 London Gay Pride march; “Fasten Your Seatbelts” is a speedy montage of Hollywood’s perverse subtexts; “Postcard from New Zealand” is Peter Wells’ touching and humorous video postcard; “Khush” explores the lives of South Asian lesbians and gay men; “Girls in Boy Bars” investigates how women - straight or gay - feel in gay male bars.

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Credits

producer

Cheryl Farthing

Clare Beavan

Rebecca Dodds

production company

Channel 4

producer/director

Susan Ardill

director

Stewart Main

Richard Kwietniowski

Peter Wells

co-director

Pratibha Parmar

Duration

01:22:00:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1991

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