Eliz Mizon

Edition 28

Taking back control in a male-dominated industry

Bristol’s Saffron Records continues to break barriers for women in the music industry.

Bristol Uni staff strike again to protect their pensions, pay and conditions

Bristol has a trove of artefacts originally taken through colonisation. Should they be given back?

Interviews

Grief, violence and faith: Bristol filmmaker’s award-winning new short film

Hartcliffe's Paul Holbrook talks about his new film set in Bristol and the importance of telling working class stories.

Features

Tenants facing eviction at Hartcliffe allotments fight to save a decade of growing

People's History

Stokes Croft Riots: 10 years on

Is Bristol a ‘beacon’ for Black culture? We speak to 5 Black organisers in the city

Is the opportunity for real racial change in Bristol getting lost in “changing names and toppling statues”? We ask Black Bristolians.

‘She was just left to it’: bereaved mother slams mental health care before death of her trans daughter

Family of Alexandra Greenway, who died in 2019, say she was let down by unfit and under-pressure NHS services, and by a ‘trans-blind’ approach that leaves people’s needs unmet.

Photos: January in the Jungle

As European winter weather finally begins living up to its reputation, volunteers continue to travel to refugee camps on the North French coast. Photos by Luke...

Mi Casa, Su Casa: The Bristol cafe that is ‘giving back’ to those in need

As another round of austerity begins and cuts to the most vulnerable are continued, the Bristol Cable visits the independent Café Casa during their free...

Media: business or public service?

In his statement to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices, and ethics of the press that followed the phone hacking scandal in 2011, the...