Gay BC (Broadcasting Collective) was a community radio programme that broadcast weekly on Wellington's Access Radio from 1985 to the 1990s. This programme was broadcast a couple of days after the passing of the Homosexual Law Reform Act (9 July 1986). It contains recordings from the third reading debate and final vote in parliament.
A detailed log of this recording is available on the LAGANZ website, see page 0271-AB.
The following has been removed from this podcast due to copyright restrictions:
This audio is supplied courtesy of the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand.
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