This Radio Gala retrospective programme contains a rich collection of audio actuality from the 1985-86 period of homosexual law reform. Much of the material came from events in the Wellington region and was originally broadcast on Wellington Access Radio.
Radio Gala was a community radio programme that broadcast weekly on Auckland's community radio station in the 1990s.
This recording (cassette 0323-A) includes audio from multiple sources - for more details visit the LAGANZ website.
1990s, activism, adolf hitler, alfies (auckland), alison laurie, auckland, auckland community church, bigot busters, bigot busters (song, 1985), bill logan, bob wilkie, cynthia bagwash, dominion (newspaper), fran wilde, gay lesbian welfare (auckland), gay lesbian welfare telephone (auckland), gay space coffee evening (auckland), gay task force, gayline (auckland), gays and lesbians in education (gle), george gair, germany, glenda gale, graeme lee, history, hiv/aids, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform act (1986), homosexual law reform petition, icebreakers (auckland), isherwood trust (auckland), john banks, judy glen, kate leslie, knox church hall, law, lesbian and gay archives of new zealand (laganz), lesbian support and social group (auckland), linda evans, media, member of parliament, mr right (personals), neil costelloe, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), newspapers, normal jones, norman jones, parliament buildings, peter tait, politics, radio, radio gala, rodney knight, salvation army, salvation army citadel, st matthew-in-the-city (auckland), staircase (auckland), telephone support, the right time (song), wellington, wellington gay task force, wellington town hall, westside sauna (auckland), women's centre (auckland)