2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop, marcher (no name given):
"It's something new from the Romanian people and we are happy for that. It's a start for the gay community in Romania."
3. Close up of marcher's t-shirt
4. Various of men dressed up at women
5. Various of anti-gay demonstrators, some of them Orthodox Teology students, with banners and placards
6. Various of police pushing the anti gay protesters back as they sing religious songs and brandish religious icons
7. Police detaining an anti gay demonstrator
8. SOUNDBITE: (Romanian) Father Constantin, Orthodox priest:
"This parade is a big mistake made by the authorities, because this group of homosexuals and lesbians want to make proselytes and to attract the youth. They want to make the people believe this homosexual movement is normal, but this is a big mistake, proved scientifically and theologically."
9. Anti gay demonstrators sitting in the road holding placards, singing religious songs
Hundreds of gay rights supporters marched on the streets of the Romanian capital Bucharest on Saturday, in the country's first ever gay pride parade.
About 400 marchers carried banners reading "Don't discriminate," and waved rainbow flags.
A demonstrator said he hoped the parade could be "the start for the gay community in Romania."
Some bystanders booed at the procession, which eventually gathered in the city centre near of the Patriarchy of the Romanian Orthodox Church and Parliament.
Police scuffled with a dozen anti-gay demonstrators who had come close to the march, and some were detained.
An Orthodox priest criticised the demonstrators, claiming that "they want to make the people believe this homosexual movement is normal, but this is a big mistake, proved scientifically and theologically."
The city only issued a permit for the parade at the last minute, after the Romanian President, Traian Basescu said that the previous refusal had been "an error."
Homosexuality was a crime until 2001 in the former communist country, which remains largely conservative.