Audio Gallery
These sound clips are from a variety of sources and time periods, (mostly from KPFT's Queer Voices, Lesbian & Gay Voices, and Wilde-N-Stein) and I wanted to gather them together so they do not get lost among the many pages of this site.
These audio files are in no particular order.

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Ray Hill, Address given to 2007
Transgender Unity Banquet,
24 min, LISTEN
Ann Robison, Director of Montrose Center,
interviewed on KPFT Queer Voices, by Andrew Edmonson,
1/1/18, 24 min, LISTEN


PLUS, retirement interview with Bryan Hlavinka, 10/4/23,
26 min, LISTEN
Mike Webb, newly elected President of the GLBT Political Caucus,
talks about plans and goals, interviewed by Bryan Hlavinka on
Queer Voices, 1/8/18, 16 minutes, LISTEN
Also see Video Gallery
Larry Bagneris was a leading activist in Houston in the early 1980s. Jack Valinski does a Queer Voices interview on 9/14/15, 21 min, LISTEN
Brian Bradley on Lesbian & Gay Voices, 6/4/93, talks about Broussard verdict and Q Patrol, 18 min, LISTEN

Plus, after his death in 1995, a tribute on L&GV, 11/10/95, with Suzanne Anderson, Scott Lewis, others, 55 min, LISTEN

Houston Area Teen Coalition of Homosexuals

Two Queer Voices interviews with members of HATCH by Jack Valinski and Deborah Bell.
Segment #1, 7/9/93, 19 min, LISTEN
Segment #2, 12/10/93, 18 min, LISTEN

Queer Voices interview with fundraiser supreme Don Gill by Andrew Edmonson,Don co-founded PWA Holiday Charities, 3/6/17, 18 min, LISTEN

Houston social, semi-political
group of the early 1980s

Interview on Wilde-N-Stein with Interact/Houston members Carl A, Carl B, Richard and Gary Van Ootenham. They discussed their coffeehouse and also the Gay Archives, 2/18/82, LISTEN
plus...Interview on W-n-S by Ray Hill with Richard      Burckhardt on Integrity, from 3/25/76, rebroadcast on 1/2/86, 3 min, LISTEN

QV interview with activist Tori Williams, by Andrew Edmonson, 5/29/17, 20 min, LISTEN

Founded Pet Patrol, co-founded Assisters, and Oral History Project

Queer Voices interview by Andrew Edmonson with activist Sue Lovell, on AIDS history, 1985 referendum, etc. 8/6/18,
28 min, LISTEN
Also see Video Gallery
Queer Voices interview by JD Doyle and Bryan Hlavinka
with Mark DeLange, owner of The Eagle, about the Phoenix Room, which is dedicated to Houston LGBT history. 21 min, LISTEN

Queer Voices interview by Jack Valinski with John Wright,
Editor of OutSmart Magazine, 8/20/18, 19 min, LISTEN

(John left OutSmart 1/7/19)

QV interview with AIDS and social activist and priest
Bob Hergenroeder, by Andrew Edmonson, 5/29/17,
17 min. LISTEN
Ray Hill, interviewed by Jack Valinski, on Wilde & Stein, about how that show began, 11/23/92, 8 min, LISTEN
KPRC Houston Life TV host Derrick Shore
interviewed by JD Doyle and Bryan Hlavinka,
12/4/17, 24 min, LISTEN
QV Interview with young Trans Activist Landon Richie,
on the Gender Cool Project, by Andrew Edmonson,
18 min, 4/16/18m LISTEN
QV: Brandon Wolf interviewed by Bryan Hlavinka
on the Botts Collection moving to U of H,
8/22/16, 21 min, LISTEN
Lesbian & Gay Voices: on ACT-UP, interview by Jack Valinski
with Gary Grant, Keith Stewart, and Terri Richardson, 5/21/93,
15 min, LISTEN
QV interview by Jack Valinski with Greg Jeu,
looking back on the 25th anniversary of
OutSmart Magazine
, 4/16/18, 21 min, LISTEN
QV: Andy Mills interview, founder of the
chorus and band, by Jack Valinski, 1/26/15,
14 min, LISTEN
QV: pioneering Houston activist Pokey Anderson,
interview by Jack Valinski, talks about IWY, 11/6/17,
18 min, LISTEN
L&GV: LISTEN, Interview by JD Doyle and Jone Devlin
with Dr James Sears on his then-new book
"Rebels, Rubyfruit and Rhinestones," 10/2/01, 34 min.
"If Stonewall was the match that started the modern
gay liberation movement, then Anita Bryant was really the wild fire that spread across the entire country."
Ten Year Retrospective of the show, by
Mike Miesch,
including death of Fred Paez,
10/2/86, 11 min, LISTEN
W-n-S interview by Ray Hill with sex researcher
CA Tripp
from 1975, rebroadcast in 1986,
3 min. LISTEN

Bill Scott, co-founder of Montrose Counseling Center

W-n-S: Mike Miesch hosts Bill Scott, safe sex workshop, 8/1/85, 25 min, LISTEN


Queer Nation PSA, 11/23/92, 1 min LISTEN
PSA by Councilman George Greanias urging vote      against 1985 referendum, 1 min, LISTEN

PSAs for GPC and Gay Switchboard, Jack Valinski,      mid 1980s, 1:30, LISTEN
PSA Whitmire vs Welch, Nov 1985, local station,
     3 min, LISTEN
PSA Gay Pride Week 1983, 1 min, LISTEN
W-n-S coverage of Houston vigil for
Harvey Milk, 1978,
2 min, LISTEN
Ray Hill introduces Charles Law at 1979 March on Washington, with his entire speech, 10 min, LISTEN

Juan Palomo        Ky Longcope   Dee Mosbacher

L&GV: 1/20/95, Juan Palomo interviews the creators
of the Harvey Milk Opera, Michael Korrie and Stewart
Wallace; intro by Deborah Bell, 48 min, LISTEN

Also from L&GV, 3/19/93, interview by Juan Palomo
with Eric Marcus on his book "Making History, The
Struggle for Gay and Lesbian Equal Rights," 15 min, LISTEN

L&GV: 4/2/93, 17 min, Juan Palomo interview with Kay Longcope
publisher of the Texas Triangle (which lasted from 1992 to 2004. LISTEN

L&GV: 5/28/93, 14 min, Juan Palomo interviews Pat Gandy, co-chair of
Gay Rights National Lobby And Cicely Wynne, VP of Agora. Talking about
all the gay National Observer issue. LISTEN

L&GV: 3/4/94, 15 min, Juan Palomo reports on lesbian filmmaker and activist Dee Mosbacher, prior to her Houston Healing the Hurt appearance, many speech excerpts, LISTEN


L&GV: 6/4/93, 8 min, Jack Valinski talks with Deborah Bell
on her 9-month stint as National Organizer of the
March on Washington. LISTEN
L&GV: 6/25/93, 15 min, Suzanne Anderson interviews
Gene Harrington
on recent problems between the
commiunity and the HPD, LISTEN

L&GV: 3/4/94, 12 min, Suzanne Anderson &
Brian Bradley
"Speaking Out" on current
issues, LISTEN

Also, 3/18/94, Speaking Out, 10 min, LISTEN

L&GV: 10/14/94, just for fun, a promo for the show
by the very gay singing group, The Flirtations, 20 seconds LISTEN
L&GV: 7/2/93, 21 min, Jack Valinski interviews
Bart Loeser about the AIDS Foundation Houston.
LG&V: 12/16/94, 19 min, Jack Valinski and Deborah Bell
interview Lady Victoria Lust, aka Marvin Davis on her
charity work. LISTEN
L&GV: 12/16/94, 22 min, very rollicking
interview by Nancy Ford with singer
Sarah McLachlin. LISTEN
L&GV: 3/18/94, 17 min, Melody Blake reports on the PFLAG Healing the Hurt Conference, LISTEN
L&GV: 10/28/94, 12 min, Election Update on the Caucus by members Brian Bradley, Terri Richardson and Keith Stewart. Interview by Deborah Bell. LISTEN
L&GV: 12/2/94, 36 min, Clergyman, author, and activist
Mel White
giving keynote address at Creating Change Conference in Dallas, Nov '94, Excellent! LISTEN
L&GV: 01/27/95, Jack Valinski interviews Dianne Hardy Garcia, Executive Director of Lesbian & Gay Rights Lobby of Texas (LGRL) talks about hate crimes and legislation,
19 min. LISTEN
L&GV: 5/13/94, Jack interviews touring spoken word
artist Luis Alfaro who does a reading from his CD
"Downtown." 14 min, LISTEN
QV: 01/21/19, 17 min, Annise Parker describes
her last year as head of the LGBTQ Victory Fund. Interview by Bryan Hlavinka. LISTEN
Wilde-N-Stein 2/29/92, two segments with out comic
Marilyn Pittman, an excellent 29 min interview by
Deborah Bell, LISTEN,
and a live club performance, 32 min, LISTEN
KPFT cancelled the show Wilde-N-Stein with the last show being 11/30/92; and a new show L&GV debuted on 3/5/93. In that interval several 1 minute PSAs were produced: Heartsong Concert, 12/6/92, LISTEN
Heartsong, auditions wanted, 12/19/92, LISTEN
Name That Show (Jack & Deb)... before Lesbian & Gay Voices had been named, 12/21/92, LISTEN
March on Washington 1993 promo, 12/24/92, LISTEN
Montrose Counseling Center (MCC), Sue Long, on     Women's Network, 3/6/93, LISTEN
L&GV: 12/17/93, 11 min, Jack interviews Dr Anthony Rios, of Houston Dept of Health & Services and the PWA Coalition, with AIDS update, LISTEN
Phyllis Frye's speech at the 1993 March on Washington
for L,G&B Rights, 4/25/93. 11 minutes,
she hammered home that T
was not in the March's name, LISTEN
"Give Me Those Moments: Parents Remember Their
Gay Sons Who Have Died of AIDS," a moving
documenary produced by Burt Wayland of WXPN,
Philadelphia, aired on L&GV 12/3/93, 29 min, LISTEN
L&GV, NPR Fresh Air with Terry Gross, 1992
interview with Sheila Kuehl, TV actress and
later out activist, 17 min, LISTEN
W&S: 10/15/90, 30 min, On 9/22/90 then Mayor of San Francisco Art Agnos gave this speech at the Gay Political Caucus 15th Anniversary Awards Banquet. LISTEN
L&GV: 8/5/94, 25 min, Mary Helen M interviews lesbian band
The Freds and they play four songs live, LISTEN
Keep Thinking About You (wr/Kathy-Dolly)
The Harp Player Gets the Blues (wr/Dolly)
Land of Canaan (Indigo Girls cover)
Come To My Window (Etheridge cover)


W&S: 7/18/85, 12 min, Ray Hill talks to Jack about his various arrests, LISTEN

W&S: 5/29/90, 32 minutes, Jack & Deborah have a free-form talk about their
coming out and how they got involved with Wilde-N-Stein, LISTEN

W&S: 9/13/85, 4 min, very rare clip of Kent Johnson
doing a reading from the AIDS play "One
," directed by Joe Watts, with comments by Mike Miesch, LISTEN
L&GV: 5/14/93, 9 minute sound portrait from the
1993 March on Washington for LG&B Rights,
Excellent, LISTEN
L&GV: 8/6/93, 18 min, interview with Don Sanders,
National Director of American Gay & Lesbian Atheists,
L&GV: 11/26/93, 20 min, Deborah & Jack interview Austin singer (and geologist) Kirt Kempter, and we hear two of his songs, LISTEN
songs: Heart of the Family / Safe Sex
QV: 5/18/09, 38 min, Jack moderates panel discussion on the group ARCH (Houston Area Rainbow Collective History), with Brian Reidel, Craig Farrell, Andrée Bougeous and Bryan Hlavinka, about the various history preservation efforts in the community. LISTEN
Houston Matters: June 2018, 16 min, Ray Hill, Jenifer Rene Pool and Deborah Bell talk about their experiences as part of different generations of the same community. LISTEN
Queer Voices: 7/9/18, Jeremy Fain of Pride Houston talks about the 2018 40th Anniversary Celebration,
21 minutes, LISTEN
Queer Voices interview by Matthew Williams with founder Glenn Holt on Q-Patrol history, 2/18/19, 20 min, LISTEN
QV 3/18/19, 18 min, Jack Valinski interviews Judy Reeves and Brandon Wolf about the donation of the Botts/Carper Collection to
QV 5/20/19 21 min, Matthew Williams interviews the three Pride Grand Marshals for 2019, Harrison Guy, Shannon Baldwin and Michael Webb, for the positions Male, Female and Non-Binary. They discuss what these honors mean to them, and more. LISTEN

QV, 6/3/19 46 min, Jack Valinski interviews local historians Alexis Melvin (Transgender Foundation Houston) and JD Doyle discussing our respective LGBT histories.


Brandon Wolf on Houston Matters, 7/28/19, 13 minutes, LISTEN
QV, 8/5/19, 21 min. Interviewed by Bryan Hlavinka. Jack Valinski has just become Interim Station Manager of KPFT. He talks about his new role and goals for the station. LISTEN
QV, 8/5/19, 21 min. Bryan Hlavinka interviews Kennedy Loftin on the groundbreaking of the new senior housing center.
QV, 9/30/19m 23 min. Andrew Edmonson interviewed Katy Caldwell, CEO of Legacy Community Health, who worked in transforming the organization from a clinic focused on providing HIV testing in Montrose to a Federally Qualified Health Center. She spoke of her volunteering journey through the AIDS crisis. LISTEN
QV, 12/30/19, 21 min. Andrew Edmonson interviews Ted Swindley, the founding director of Stages Repertory Theater. Swindley launched the theater to perform challenging, cutting edge works, and the Houston Chronicle declared that it was Houston’s equivalent to Off Broadway, with milestones such as Bent and Always, Patsy Cline. He discusses the theatre's history and plans for the future. LISTEN

Wonderful and rollicking talk from The 2081 Project, 53 minutes. LISTEN

June 2020 interview with Larry Bagneris, discussing his current activism in NOLA and his early start in Houston. 17 minutes, LISTEN
QV: 09/07/20, 24 min, a special interview by Andrew Edmonson with one of Houston's most high-profile LGBTQ activists, @Brandon Mack. We discuss the dynamic activism of Black Lives Matter: Houston, efforts to reform the Houston Police Department, and the history-making bid of Kamala Harris as Vice President. LISTEN
QV: Interview by Andrew Edmonson with Barry Mandel, Director of Discovery Green, on this venue and also his early activism work on AIDS.
LISTEN Part 1, 23 min, aired 12/28/20
LISTEN Part 2, 17 min, aired 01/04/21
QV: Andrew Edmonson talks with Diamond Stylz, (shown at right) executive director of Black Transwomen Inc., about the impact of Monica Roberts as a journalist and activist on the local, state and national levels.
LISTEN 18 min, aired 01/04/21
QV: Andrew Edmonson talks with Lourdes Zavaleta, of OutSmart about the editing challenges during COVID,
16 min, 01/18/21. LISTEN

QV: Bryan Hlavinka interviews Kennedy Loftin about the Law Harrington Senior Living Center. He talks about the facility and programs, where residents are now moving into the 112 apartments. Visit their site. 15 min. LISTEN

Also, go back in time to 8/5/19, where Bryan interviews Kennedy just after the center groundbreaking. LISTEN

QV; Daniel Williams recounting the history, 5/14/18. LISTEN
QV: Jack Valinski, JD Doyle & Bryan Hlavinka on the history of Pride, 26 minutes; and, at 31:30 Andrew Edmonson talks about the Tennessee & Truman biopic. 58 minutes. LISTEN
QV: Dr Francesca Marini was interviewed on Queer Voices radio on
9/10/21 by Bryan Hlavinka about the collaborative Exhibit at A&M's Cushing Library, 22 min.

Plus OutSmart article at This Link.
QV: 1/28/22, 12 min. Bryan Hlavinka interviews Dr Robert Hilliard, new president and CEO of Legacy Community Health. Since its founding in the early 1980s, Legacy has become the largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in the entire Southwest US. LISTEN
Queer Voices: 1/22/22, 25 min. Deborah Moncrief Bell interviews Ginny Berson, long-time political activist and with her partner Meg Christian, founded the Olivia Record label, and was a member of the Furies, a radical lesbian feminist separatist collective in Washington, D.C. And, has a new book! LISTEN
Breakthrough, KPFT, 8/10/91, Activist Brian Bradley is guest, discusses current AIDS controversies, including his removal from his job as a scrub nurse. Hosts Suzanne Anderson and Linda Marshal. 50 min. LISTEN
QV: 5/21/22, Bryan Hlavinka interviews Brandon Wolf, the new Pride Honorary Grand Marshal, on his many accomplishments,
13 min, LISTEN. And Deborah Bell does the same for long time community worker Carmon Brian Keever, 24 min, LISTEN
QV: 03/01/23, Deborah Bell interviews Joyce Gabiola, the LGBT research librarian at the U of H Special Collections area . 30 min, LISTEN

The Houston Hour, with Mister McKinney and Heidi Vaughan, on KPFT.... for June, for Pride Month, JD Doyle talked History. 6/2/23,
26 min, LISTEN


The Houston Hour, with Mister McKinney & Heidi Vaughan, on KPFT...6/9/23, 48 min, LISTEN

Two Guests: Alexis Melvin talks about the Transgender Foundation of America, and (@24:00 mark) Jack Berger, about the Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
QV: 07/12/23, Bryan Hlavinka interviews JD Doyle about his new book 1981 My Gay American Road Trip: A Slice of Our Pre-AIDS Culture, 14 minutes, LISTEN
QV: Kendra Walker, Head of Pride Houston365 and the Founder of Lesbians of Color is interviewed by Tiffany Scales, 10/4/23. She talks about the organizations and her own career. 22 min
The Houston Hour, with Mister McKinney & Heidi Vaughan, on KPFT...10/6/23. Two Guests!
Austin Davis Ruiz talks about being President of the Caucus, and more, 25 min, LISTEN.
The Houston LGBTQ+ Caucus


And, Sara Fernandez tells about founding The Banner Project and its impact in Houston. 22 min, LISTEN
QV: In 2024 we will have two Pride celebrations... challenging Pride Houston 365 is New Faces of Pride. First Bryan Hlavinka is with Bryan Cotton, of NFOP; followed (at 16:00) by Deborah Bell with Kendra Walker (and several Board Members) of Pride Houston 365. 11/4/23, 45 min. Listen
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