Stephen Fry’s 'Out There' premieres on ABC
Out actor and LGBTI rights activist, Stephen Fry, removes himself from his cosy bubble of tolerance and acceptance to venture forth into a world where sometimes being gay can be punishable by death.
In this two-part documentary commissioned by the BBC, Fry travels all over the globe to find out what it is like to be gay in countries such as Russia and Uganda.
The series delivers an eye-opening look at the resilience and spirit of many of the world’s LGBTI people, who face intolerance and homophobia at stupefying levels on a daily basis.
The series will have its Aussie premiere on ABC on Monday January 20 at 830pm.
Listen to this interview with Fry regarding his work on the series.