www.queerradio.org:

website wholly owned and maintained by

 John Frame

 

updated  11 September 2021

 

 

 

Click here to view John Frame’s profile and contact details.

photo of John Frame and link to personal profile and contact details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click this Queer Radio logo to go to a list of stored mp3s of intervews etc, video and text

click logo to go to the full interview list

 (mp3 links with related images and texts)

  

This website relates to the Queer Radio program on community radio 4ZZZ fm102.1 in Brisbane, Australia

 and only to the period late 1993 to early 2009, when John Frame was actively involved. For 13 of those years John was the coordinator and anchor announcer/producer. 

 

The current presenter of the Queer Radio program is Blair Martin. Their Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/QRbrisbane with the show airing and streaming live 9-11pm Wednesdays – go to www.4zzz.org.au 

 

 

 

The main purpose of this site is to provide an expanding audio archive of my interviews for Queer Radio (Brisbane) and This Way Out (Los Angeles), as an entertaining and supportive resource for any listener. The interviews represent a very wide range of honest opinions of LGBTIQ experience.

 

 

Up until 15th September 2016 the other main value of this site was as an accurate and comprehensive public resource to form a conclusive argument for urgent action on equal age of consent reform in the state of Queensland, Australia.

 

That reform was realised on 15th September 2016 with the enactment by Palaszczuk Labor of a truly equal age of consent at 16– for details go to  www.queerradio.org/AgeOfConsent.htm

 

(To view the now historic archive of all the files related to the 2000 to 2016 successful campaign for equal age of consent reform in Queensland go to:  http://queerradio.org/AgeOfConsent_as_at_14thSept2016.htm)

 

HEAR John Frame’s “oral history” as a 64 minute mp3 file recorded by Dr Shirleene Robinson at his home on Wavell Hts on 3rd July 2010 for a State Library of Queensland LGBT Oral History Project (John was one of about 20 persons interviewed for the publicly accessible permanent project: “LGBT Lives: Oral Histories 2011”)

 

 

Archive mp3s already online include:

(in alpha order – links go to bookmarks for related text and mp3 links):

 

 

AIDS Candlelight Vigil 15 May 1999,

ATSA (Gina Mather and Kristine Johnson),

Australian Senate 13 Aug ’04 (re Marriage Bill),

 Clive Barker,

Duane Boutte,

Louise Brehmer,

Brisbane Pride 2000 Speeches and Voxpops,

Brisbane Pride 2000 and 2001 mini-collages,

Sid Bromley,

David Brown,

Augusten Burroughs,

Seymour Butz,

Paul Capsis,

Judy Carter,

Wayson Choy ("Not Yet"),

Julian Clary,

Steve Cohen,

C Jay Cox (“Latter Days”),

Brian Day,

Laurie Deane,

Jeff DeLandelles (Bodyline Spa),

 Lea DeLaria,

 Bob Downe (Mark Trevorrow),

Jane Elliott,

Skott Freedman,

Stephen Fry,

 Patrick Gale,

David Gleeson (“Cowboys & Angels),

Greg Gordon of This Way Out,

Todd Graff (“CAMP”), David Graham (“Farmer Dave”),

Jonathan Harvey ("Beautiful Thing"),

Mark Islam,

Christine Johnston,

Brian Kennedy,

Hal “Corky” Kessler,

Kiss Off at Southbank 14 Jan 2001 special,

The Kransky Sisters,

Stanley Kwan & Jimmy Gnai,

Nancy Lambert (Brisbane wildlife carer),

Love-In For Love Equality 13th Feb ‘05,

Judith Lucy,

Nikki Madden,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frederick Malone,

John Marsden (late lawyer),

Mass Debate at The Sportsman (July 1998),

Armistead Maupin,

Robbie McEwen,

John Moriarty,

David Page,

Pansy Division live at 4ZZZ 17 Feb ’95,

Chris Freeman of Pansy Division,

Sue-Ann Post,

Queer Radio’s September ’93 first birthday show,

Queer Radio 6th September 1995,

David Rakoff ("Don't get Too Comfortable"),

Stan Ridgway,

Margret RoadKnight,

Ian Roberts,

Tobin Saunders,

David Sedaris,

Elliott Smith,

Jimmy Somerville,

John Shelby Spong,

David Stevens ("The Sum Of Us"),

Stonewall Day Queer Radio Special 28th June'98,

Sydney Mardi Gras 1998 - Mother re son lost due to homophobic bullying,  

Sydney Mardi Gras 1999 Voxpops,

Sydney Mardi Gras 2000 Voxpop Special,  

Peter Tatchell,

The Three Marys,

Mark Trevorrow (Bob Downe),

Tory Dobrin of The Trocks,

Robert Urban,

Rufus Wainwright,

Ji Wallace,

Gareth Watkins,

Paul White (gay man living with cerebral palsy),

Patrick Wilde ("Get Real"),

John Willsteed,

Dan Woog,

Sherry Wright (Relationships Australia),

William Yang,

Matt Yee,

youth from YFS Logan’s “2QT2BSTR8” group.

 

 

Rampant Corgi logo and link to details of audio and video projects

Click here for details of John’s audio and video work (“Rampant Corgi Productions”)

 

 

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