GAYDIO – India’S first LGBTQ radio show exclusively on ISHQ 104.8 FM

19 July 2017, National: Time has changed, so has radio. Known to be in the forefront of path breaking shows, ISHQ 104.8 FM, this time spins a new wave with a show that celebrates all-inclusive love - Gaydio, India’s first LGBTQ show.

Hosted byrenowned LGBTQ activist Harish Iyer, the show will not onlydisclose his narrative about the struggles of coming out of the closet; butwill also showcase experiences and anecdotes of individuals who have taken astep in this direction. 

ISHQ 104.8FM, as a station, believes in spreading love and this time it is reaching outto the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning;considering its listeners come from all genders and sexuality. As India’s firstLGBTQ show, GAYDIO will act as a platform to bring out different voices and spreadthe message to the nation that it’s time for people to unhide and come out ofthe closet.

Speakingabout the show, Harish Iyer says, “My intent is to keep it asinclusive and personal as possible. Radio is a very personal medium. The factthat it is a sound only medium makes it a more universal and a more accessiblemedium. I am sure initiatives like these would give the listener a betterunderstanding of gender and sexuality. This show would focus on the lives ofLGBTQ people and understand that we are all the same and that #LoveIsLovewithout tags.” 

Adding toit, Shivangini Jajoria (National Head – Operations) said, “Asa station we always want to provide exceptional content to our listeners, withGaydio we want to reinstitute the fact that Love is not conditional tosexuality. We as a station finally want to hear the unheard voices of thenation.’’

Ishq FM hasalways strived to deliver premium listenership experience with its longmusic sweeps and short ad breaks; with this show the station aims to furthercement their brand promise of being different from the others.

Now tunein to ISHQ 104.8 FM to listen to this unique LGBTQ radio show on every Sunday at 12noon


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