Roy Ward pays tribute to Grace Jones, looking at the life and work of one of the world’s biggest, sexiest and powerful stars in their 60s…
Roy Ward reflects on the misogyny present in some aspects of gay culture, yet warns against tarring us all with the same brush.
Roy Ward looks at American Horror Story. Aliens, Demons and Nuns, what more could you ask for in a show?
Roy Ward pays tribute to his favourite, fabulous drag queen, Ru Paul’s Drag Race icon, Willam Belli.
Roy Ward takes us through the glitz and ridiculousness of Rupaul’s Drag Race. Werk.
Roy Ward pays tribute to Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker’s warped ode to the modern-day obsession with technology.
Roy Ward will not be shedding a tear for Pope Benedict XVI, but instead warns that mocking him often overlooks the true extent of his negative influence.
Roy Ward takes the example of Hilary Mantel to look at the darker corners of the internet and the casual sexism and misogyny that surrounds the media.
Roy delivers a slight curve ball to suggestions of LGBT classics by exploring Plato’s Symposium and his musings on spacehoppers and love.
Roy explores one of the great loves of his life, Game of Thrones. Full of bonking, violence and more bonking, we’re all a bit excited about the new series.