Stacey Dooley: Hate And Pride In Orlando


In this unique documentary, Stacey Dooley travels to Orlando in the aftermath of the Pulse Bar shootings.

In this powerful film, one of Britain's most loved documentary presenters, Stacey Dooley, attends vigils, marches and funerals to see how America responded to this atrocity. She also asks if this could be the one to finally make a difference.

Stacey explores the levels of prejudice and homophobia faced daily by the LGBT community in America, levels that are often compounded if you belong to an ethnic or religious minority.

With revelations that the shooter may himself have been gay, she also tries to track down and talk with gay Muslims to understand the conflict they face between their religion and their sexuality.


  • 1 x 20'


  • Current Affairs
  • Documentary


  • Renowned Films

Commissioning Broadcaster

  • BBC Three

Year of production

  • 2017