The author sits down with Hadley Stewart to discuss the impact of Section 28 on queer young people, and the ongoing hidden censorship that continues in schools today.
The recently-appointed Medical Director of the Terrence Higgins Trust sits down with Vada to discuss her vocation as a doctor and campaigner for inclusive sexual health services and education.
The self-confessed plant geek sits down with Hadley Stewart to discuss his new book Hortus Curious and how he turned his passion for plants into a career.
Sam McAlister, the producer behind the BBC Newsnight interview with Prince Andrew and author of Scoops, sits down with Hadley Stewart to share her next chapter.
Carl Austin-Behan sits down with Hadley Stewart to reflect on his career as Lord Mayor of Greater Manchester, working with Andy Burnham, and if he thinks Labour will win the next general election.
Glen Scott sits down with Vada Magazine to tell us about how he went from being made redundant to launching a successful fashion label, DEN Loungewear.
Alexis Gregory sits down with Vada Magazine as he tours the UK with his solo show, Riot Act. He tells us about why it’s important for audiences today to know about their history and the pivotal moment we find ourselves when it comes to queer storytelling.
Author Justin Myers returns with his third novel, and sits down with Vada Magazine to talk about being in the closet, class, and working with Adam Kay.
Laura Kay sits down with Vada Magazine to discuss the importance of queer representation in fiction, her writing process, and the impact of shame, ahead of the publication of her second novel, Tell Me Everything.
Hadley Stewart sits down with author Chris McCrudden to discuss his latest book, Sashay to the Centre of the Earth, the third in his Battlestar Suburbia sci-fi series.