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Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

Listen: Why Reach PLC’s Bristol Live journalists are striking, with National Union of Journalists’ Paul Breeden

A thousand journalists are taking strike action across the country at Reach PLC, one of the big three conglomerates that dominate the regional news market and who own Bristol Live.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked on stopping the ‘school to prison pipeline’, and why teachers may be on the picket lines soon, with educator Lana Crosbie

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with captain of Bristol City Women’s Aimee Palmer

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

Striking care workers at St Monica’s, with trade union organiser Josh Connor

At a time where each day brings new stories of industrial action, Neil Maggs speaks to Josh Connor, a Unison staffer standing with care workers on the picket line.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Tom Morris, artistic director of Bristol Old Vic

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Paul Hassan, the community sector leader who says a mayor is best for the city and the vote is ‘self-indulgent’

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Nicola Bowden-Jones, the ex-Labour councillor who says the mayoral system is ‘sexist and anti-democratic’

Part three of four episodes in a mini-series dedicated to understanding what’s at stake in Bristol’s upcoming mayoral referendum on 5 May.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Ellie King, the Labour councillor coming out to bat for the mayoral system and take on critics

Part two of four episodes in a mini-series dedicated to understanding what’s at stake in Bristol’s upcoming mayoral referendum on 5 May.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Alex Hartley, the Lib Dem councillor that forced the vote on the future of Bristol’s political set-up

Part one of four episodes in a mini-series dedicated to understanding what's at stake in Bristol's upcoming mayoral referendum on 5 May.

Unpopular opinion: We need to pay local councillors more

Pay for politicians is hardly a rallying cry. But it historically has been, and now we need to look again.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with comedian Jayde Adams, one of Bristol’s funniest

The born-and-bred Bristolian has just starred in a heartfelt BBC documentary about the return to her hometown.

A goodbye for now from Adam, a Cable co-founder

Parting words after over 8 years of working at the forefront of community-owned media.