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Broadcasts and digital media with information, news and discussion about HIV.

Silvia Petretti on sexual pleasure – GROWS project

23 December 2022

Silvia Petretti talks to Susan Cole about sexual pleasure for older women with HIV in our video we've produced with the Sophia Forum, Positively UK and UCL Institute for Global Health.

AIDS 2022: Antibiotics to prevent STIs

1 August 2022

At AIDS 2022, Professor Annie Luetkemeyer and Professor Connie Celum talk about taking antibiotics (doxycycline) to prevent STIs.

Professor Kevin Fenton talks to Susan Cole about monkeypox

5 July 2022

At Pride in London, NAM aidsmap's Susan Cole spoke to Professor Kevin Fenton, Public Health Director for London, about monkeypox.

Monkeypox: Harun Tulunay and Dr Laura Waters talk to Susan Cole

5 July 2022

NAM aidsmap's Susan Cole talks to Harun Tulunay, who shares his experience of recently being hospitalised with severe monkeypox, and Dr Laura Waters, Chair of the British HIV Association, about the virus.

aidsmapCHAT: series 5, episode 4

23 May 2022

With President of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV, Dr Claire Dewsnap; Ukrainian activist Anton Basenko from the European AIDS Treatment Group; Kenyan journalist and aidsmap Emerging Voices writer Edith Magak; and senior advisor to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV/AIDS, Mark Lewis.

Sex & relationship issues – HIV stigma project

21 April 2022

NAM aidsmap's Susan Cole speaks to Angelina Namiba, Dr Naomi Sutton and Dr Shema Tariq about sex and relationship issues in women living with HIV.

aidsmapCHAT: series 4, episode 1

24 May 2021

With actor and writer from comedy series ‘Merce’, and TheBody, Charles Sanchez; HIV activist from Positive Young Women Voices, Lucy Wanjiku Njenga; and Chair of the British Association for Sexual Health & HIV (BASHH), Dr John McSorley.

aidsmapLIVE: HIV, sex & relationships

12 February 2019

With writer and activist, Tom Hayes; mentor, speaker and trainer, Rebecca Mbewe; TV doctor and consultant physician in sexual health, Dr Naomi Sutton; Porn4PrEP founder and sex worker, Jason Domino; and HIV doctor at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Dr Matthew Page.