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The Log Books

Tash Walker, Adam Zmith and Shivani Dave
Society & CultureHistoryDocumentary

**Best New Podcast (Gold) at the British Podcast Awards 2020** more


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 419 ratings
  • Excellent

    Brilliant podcast

    Apple Podcasts
    Ireland8 months ago
  • Possibly my favourite podcast

    This podcast is fantastic and likely my favourite, I recommend people listen to it a lot. As someone with an interest in queer history and archiving and revealing queer history it was definitely something I’d be into. It’s a brilliant mix of informative, amusing and moving and gives a fascinating insight into a slice of queer British history.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom9 months ago
  • Great podcast, sad to see it end

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    a year ago
  • Queer history, queer futures

    This podcast is a moving, inspiring and ultimately heartening immersive experience: listening to the lives, loves and activism of our queer elders, and the progress that has been and continues to be made in queer rights and queer lives. Such a heart-warming listen... And such a valuable resource. Thank you, Tash & Adam and Switchboard. 🖤💜💙💚💛🧡❤️🥰

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • A life affirming listen

    I have loved following this podcast. It's made me feel connected to the LGBTQ+ community and our history when I haven't been able to have much of a physical connection to it. Very moving in places and always entertaining.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 years ago

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