Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Tom Morris, artistic director of Bristol Old Vic
Neil Maggs kicks off a new podcast series with a chat on theatre, who ‘the arts’ are for and what role the Kings Street institution plays in the city.
Avon and Somerset Police commits to anti-racism work, but refuses to admit force is institutionally racist
Chief Constable Sarah Crew said the view that policing is institutionally racist has legitimacy, but it’s important to move beyond the term.
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.
Bristol’s mayoral referendum explained in one minute
With ballot boxes appearing in the post but precious little information as to why, here's a brief guide to what's happening in May.
Race, language and labels: what do people really think about the term ‘BAME’?
The government announced last month it was dropping the problematic term, but is it still useful in certain situations and are diversity initiatives still needed?
EDF Energy’s licence to dump mud from Hinkley Point C into Severn is lawful, judge rules
Campaigners tried and failed to halt the dumping of almost one million tonnes of mud from a nuclear plant into the estuary at Portishead.