Author: Adam Cantwell-Corn
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with David Goldblatt, on how sport can help save us from climate change
Local football clubs are gonna need gondolas to get supporters to flooded pitches and sports fans are untapped climate change champions, says the leading voice on sport and society.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Jimmy Galvin, the artist who hadn't read a book at 20
Growing up in poverty on north Bristol council estate Lawrence Weston, Jimmy didn’t read a book until he was 20. His life changed when his girlfriend took him to the Tate gallery in London.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Marti Burgess, the first Black Merchant Venturer
Marti is the first Black person to join the Merchant Venturers, the 500 year old club of slave trader Edward Colston.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Delroy Hibbert
Delroy Hibbert is a Black Lives Matter backer. But he also attended the ‘All Lives Matter’ demonstration in Bristol the week after Colston fell.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Cleo Lake
Season 1, Episode 1: Founding member of Countering Colston, Green party city councillor and former Lord Mayor, Cleo Lake has a lot to say on the big questions of politics, race, history and the future of Bristol and beyond.
Watch: Breaking Bread - A story of communities tackling hunger and food injustice
Bristol groups getting organised to fight hunger, and hoping to build a 'new normal' of sustainable, healthy and affordable food for all.
Watch: After the storm - powerful voices from Bristol on how we should rebuild
"I really hope this crisis has shown that we shouldn't return to normal." Beautiful scenes and moving voices from Bristol on how we should rebuild after the coronavirus storm.
Migrants are 1 in 6 of Bristol’s coronavirus hospital heroes. But many are charged to use NHS.
Thousands of local hospital staff are from 109 countries across the world, but many are charged to use the NHS they work in.
‘We must not let Bristol’s coronavirus recovery be built on shortsighted banks, empty gestures and missed opportunities’
The shape of economic recovery is being set by powerful local institutions. We must guard against reinstating the ‘old normal’ says Adam Cantwell-Corn
Watch: Resilience - An uplifting story of young mums on one of the UK's oldest council estates
A short documentary of young mums overcoming stigma through friendship on one of the UK's oldest council estates, Hillfields in Bristol.
Bristolians are self-organising a phenomenal coronavirus fight back in ways that will outlast pandemic
While the first priority is responding to urgent needs, for many involved, they hope the bonds built in communities will outlast this current crisis.
Local rapper Kilaze talks hip-hop, art and life
Rapper Kilaze is a stalwart of the city’s music scene both through his own releases and his support of homegrown talent. Two decades into his career, he’s still got ‘so much to talk about’.
Climate is the hot topic between Labour and Greens in Bristol West. Here’s what the candidates had to say.
The Bristol West candidates vying for the green vote on why you should back them.
WATCH: Bristol South and bloody Brexit
On the eve of this unpredictable election, Neil Maggs went to Labour-held Bristol South to talk to people about trust in politics, Jeremy Corbyn and Brexit, which divides people.
Filton and Bradley Stoke: What you need to know for the 2019 General Election
Conservative MP Jack Lopresti has held this seat since 2010, but Labour's increase in the vote share over the last two elections is challenging the incumbent.
Local Tory MP takes donation from private jet mogul
The donation comes as the aviation industry is likely to come under scrutiny during the general election for its impact on the climate crisis.
From St Pauls to Syria: Why this young woman and Kurds in Bristol are struggling for justice from afar
We spent the morning with a Kurdish activist struggling for peace and justice in north eastern Syria
Revealed: An anti-slavery court order was made against local boss Lopresti. Here’s evidence it may be being breached
The ice cream boss was banned from managing staff after an investigation found workers living in slave-like conditions