When words fail: Meet the Bristol group nurturing male musicians’ mental health
The Seed Sessions project combines counselling and music mentoring to help young men express themselves. We heard from its founder, one of the participants and a counsellor working with the group about the power of music as a therapeutic tool.
How talking clubs are getting Bristol blokes to open up and be vulnerable
I joined Talk Club and learned I can’t regulate my emotions. Then I got schooled by a therapist on toxic masculinity and dangerous role models. But how are you doing, out of 10?
Two years after Bristol’s Kill the Bill unrest, protesters condemn ‘unjust’ sentences and the media narrative
Protesters descended on Bridewell police station this week to mark two years since a peaceful demonstration turned ugly. They were out in force in support of people put in prison for their involvement in the disorder.
After the fall: a death at Lansdowne Court
A vulnerable woman falls to her death from a tower block. Her partner is present. In this special Cable investigation, we try to find out what happened to Shannon Beirne.
Rogue landlord yacht owner turns to Airbnb after fleecing tenants’ of their deposits
Thomas Flight, whose Miss Conduct yacht sits in Bristol Harbour, has been convicted of a series of offences against his previous tenants but his properties are now on the short-term let market.
This week in Bristol: Airport expansion granted by High Court – but campaigners vow to fight on
Expansion would see the airport increase its capacity from 10 million to 12 million passengers per year.
‘We had to fight so hard to get here’, says aunt of boy struck with paddle as attacker convicted
Police have apologised to 12-year-old Antwon Forrest and his family, who say the force’s initial poor response was because of the boy's race.
Revealed: ‘Miss Conduct’ yacht owner is rogue landlord who spun ‘web of deceit’ to mislead tenants
Thomas Flight hid behind aliases and fake addresses, and deployed aggressive ‘agents’ to deny people living in his St Paul's flats their rights as tenants.