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.
The struggle for autism justice in the city and Somali community, with mother, campaigner and Tory, Nura Aabe
A mother of a son with autism, Nura Aabe has been a central figure in the struggle to secure better special educational needs support in...
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with the new sheriff in town, Chief Constable Sarah Crew on crime, protest and if the police can be an “anti-sexist and anti-racist” force
With Bristol likely to continue to be at the forefront of protest as well as other criminal justice issues, time will tell how Crew’s “citizens in uniform” interact with the rest of the city.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked on a £23 million gap in the council’s budget, with Craig Cheney the councillor holding the city’s purse strings
After 12 years of central government imposed austerity, that purse is much smaller than it needs to be.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked on acting in new drama Outlaws and living with real bank robbers, Longwell Record’s Ian Aitchison
What was it like acting with Christopher Walken when his previous biggest role was playing a genital wart 20 years ago? Southmead-born Ian Aitchison runs...
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with former mayor George Ferguson, on his highs, lows, beef with Marvin and being ‘radical’ as an ex-Merchant Venturer
The red-trouser wearing self-described “establishment rebel” and first and former Bristol mayor George Ferguson joins the podcast this week.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked on if Drill music is driving knife crime with youth worker Darren Alexander
In the wake of the tragic death of 18-year-old Dontae Davis in Lawrence Hill, what’s behind youth violence? And as Avon and Somerset Police have said recently, is drill music a concern?
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with new Green Party co-leader Carla Denyer on taking the fight to Labour and if the Greens are a party of government as well as protest
With Labour shifting to the right, and concern about the climate crisis starting to become mainstream, Denyer thinks this is the moment for Greens.