Week of August 18, 2014
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John The Dog Wojtowicz gets his day in Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren's new documentary about the real story of the gay man at the center of the 1975 cinema classic Dog Day Afternoon (Steve Pride, interviewer).
And in NewsWrap: dozens busted in Lebanon's anti-gay crackdown, complex Ugandan politics slow the race to renew Anti-Homosexuality Law, Kenyan lawmakers decide against death by stoning for LGBTs, U.S. marriage equality clock turned back in Tennessee, Gay Games great-great granny sets world record and more news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Sarah Sweeney (produced by Steve Pride).
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