The weekly show exploring LGBTQ+ culture, sex and relationships is now available as a podcast on the streaming platform.
Launched in 2017, the show has seen Calum McSwiggan sit down for unfiltered discussions with a number of queer influencers and allies across 50 episodes.
Each hour-long broadcast also includes audience submitted sex confession stories and the audio clip-based game ‘Porn or Not Porn’.
— Calum McSwiggan (@CalumMcSwiggan) January 28, 2018
The show has featured a number of high profile guests since its debut; including interviews with RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bob the Drag Queen, activist and model Rain Dove, and actor Tyger Drew-Honey.
Speaking to TenEighty last year, Calum shared his hopes for the show and its conscious focus on the wider issues of feminism, body positivity, and transgender rights.
“As an LGBT+ show I really want to make sure that it is inclusive of all LGBT+ people – there can be a tendency for LGBT+ programming to just focus on gay men, and I really want to break away from that,” Calum said. “I really want us to break out of that bubble and give airtime to some conversation topics and ideas that are often overlooked.”
Calum also discussed his move into the radio format and the benefits FUBAR’s uncensored platform brought to his passion for storytelling and content creation.
He said: “As a YouTuber, I’m used to being able to censor myself and choose what I can and can’t say, and I love that FUBAR allow me to do that live on air.”
“I don’t think I would work with a radio station that operated under strict restrictions, especially since so much of the show is based around sex education. I think it’s so important to be able to be open and honest and not worry about saying a few bad words or touching upon controversial or taboo topics – plus that allows for a lot of fun.”
Calum’s FUBAR radio show airs every Wednesday from 6 pm via the FUBAR radio website and is available to stream on Spotify and iTunes.