In this podcast Jayne (sitting by an open fire) remembers her brother Neil Costelloe. Neil was very active in the fight for homosexual law reform in the mid-1980s. A few years later he died from AIDS-related causes in April 1990. Neil's quilt panel on the New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt can be viewed here.
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