The Gasheads have a new CEO. Tom Gorringe joined the club as commercial director in 2017 and says he is determined to drive the club forward and bring everyone along with him as CEO.
But the club has some challenges on its hands, on and off the pitch. Including questions over a new stadium, Wael al-Qadi’s ownership and how the Rovers can embrace the modern game while keeping true to traditions. Listen in to Tom’s chat with Neil Maggs about the future for the club and its loyal community of fans.
We’re working to diversify the Cable team. Let’s start with our freelancer base
The Cable exists to challenge the structure of the media, but we are not representative enough of our city. Here’s what we’re doing to change things.
Listen: The Debrief, as seven Palestine Action activists are found guilty of criminal damage to Bristol’s ‘murder factory’
Cable journalists discuss covering the recent 'Elbit seven' trial, which brought into sharp focus a Bristol-based arms manufacturer’s role in supplying Israel’s war in Gaza.
Bristol councillors vote down Marvin Rees’ final budget after bad-tempered debate
The Greens came under fire for voting against Labour’s plans without providing alternative solutions. With councils going bankrupt elsewhere in the country, the stakes are high as Bristol prepares to ditch its mayoral system.
Bristol rogue trader slapped with criminal order after victims built dossier to expose him
Lewis Thomas, who operated anonymous carpentry businesses on social media, has six months to pay back £5,000 after pleading guilty to fraudulent practices.
High Court judge refuses to rule on whether Bristol Uni owed duty of care to student
The University of Bristol has lost its appeal in the discrimination case of Natasha Abrahart, who took her own life in 2018, but the case could have had more far reaching implications.
‘Hypocritical and unacceptable’: Leading climate academics call out Bristol Uni for accepting fossil fuel funding
Bristol University is an institution famed for its world-leading climate research. But over recent years it’s taken £3m from oil, gas and mining companies.
Listen: Kingswood locals care about everything but a ‘meaningless’ by-election
In this episode of our Area in Focus series, we explore how the border town’s high street is struggling and, thanks to boundary changes, it’s facing a political identity crisis