As the UK approaches what looks to be a very close election, it looks like every vote could mean the difference between a Conservative or Labour led coalition. We ask some of UWE Bristol’s students whether they’ve put any thought into voting.
Listen: Love Her – how Weekenders made space for women’s music
As part of this series of podcasts about underrepresented parts of Bristol’s history, this is a homage to Weekenders, a women's music night that started in the late 90s.
VIDEO: Jeremy Corbyn on local news, media ownership and politics for the many
We caught up with the ex-Labour leader at June's Bristol Transformed festival, to discuss his Peace & Justice Project’s local news initiative and whether making jam is, in fact, political.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked, with local political fixer Kelvin Blake taking a peek inside the city’s Labour party machine
Former councillor, now Labour campaign manager Kelvin Blake offers an inside perspective on the workings of power in our city.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with new Green leader Emma Edwards on being the biggest political force in these parts
The Greens are now the council's biggest party, but given their limited experience of being in power, how will they work with others under the new committee system, including their antagonists on the Labour benches?
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Bristol 24/7 editor and Hotwells election hopeful Martin Booth
We sat down with the journalist to discuss his plan to run as an independent candidate in February's Hotwells and Harbourside council by-election, before he pulled out of the race.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Labour MP Kerry McCarthy on climate change, immigration and getting along with Tories
After months of chaos in Westminster, the longstanding Labour MP for Bristol East talks Keir Starmer, climate change, immigration and taxation.