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It's A Sin release date | Channel 4 cast, trailer, plot - Radio Times
In , Channel 4 took a risk on a controversial new drama called Queer as Folk , pitched from a young screenwriter named Russell T. Lead character Stuart Alan Jones was anarchic and without the tragedy or self-deprecation so often ascribed to gay characters. To anyone bigoted, Stuart dealt spectacular retribution. After a car dealer makes a homophobic remark, incorrectly assuming he is straight, he test-drives a Jeep off the forecourt directly through the dealership window — a reasonable response in my opinion. In series one, Nathan Maloney finds refuge from his classmates in the clubs of Canal Street.
By Martha De Lacey. Jessen, who is openly in a long-term gay relationship, will be assessing the medical credibility of several 'conversion' or 'reparative' therapies by undergoing them himself, and then taking tests to measures his sexual arousal afterwards. Dr Christian Jessen will himself test out therapies for 'curing' gay people from homosexuality in his new show Cure Me, I'm Gay. In Sacha Baron Cohen's film Bruno, in which the British comedian played a gay Austrian fashion journalist, he visits an American organisation where he is told that that homosexuality is wrong, and curable by just blocking out gay thoughts.
For the first time since the heady Ashes series, Test cricket is returning to British terrestrial television. But why is cricket back on a free-to-air broadcaster? Who stands to gain? And what does this mean for the future of sport on TV? Channel 4 has been able to strike a deal because the rights are relatively cheap, in part due to some matches starting at 4am UK time, and offer more value to them than Sky Sports and BT Sport, says Julian Aquilina, senior TV analyst at media research specialists Enders Analysis.