The story behind a now-forgotten pioneering queer-culture drag show from the 1970s.
Are some people taking seriously the lyrics of a comic song written nearly 70 years ago? That’s the way it looks.
In the week in which it was confirmed that Prince Andrew can be taken to court to answer sexual assault charges, it’s time to ask some pretty fundamental questions about the Duke’s main alibi.
The once heard, never forgotten recorded works of the unique singer and video producer.
Looking back at the much-loved British horror film director and his remarkable body of work.
Notorious censor-baiter David McGillivray launches his own online chat show.
In the latest Reprobate Podcast, we discuss the politics of social justice and the shifting tides of acceptable speech, free speech, book burning and the politics of lockdown.
David McGillivray remembers Britain’s king of the nudies and scourge of the cinemagoer, Arnold Louis Miller.
Norman Warren’s debut feature film is a fascinating slice of Sixties sex, sin and sensationalism.
David McGillivray is both a writer and connoisseur of the British sex film – a much-maligned genre that was hugely popular in the 1970s. Here,