Comedian Jody Kamali on his homecoming show about identity, family dynamics and growing up in Southmead
Best known for his Bristolian caricature Terry the Odd Job Man, the comic from Southmead is bringing his new one-man show home after a hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe.
St Paul’s, through the eyes of the reverend patrolling for peace
For years, the Reverend Dawnecia Palmer – a United Nations Peacemaker – has worked on Bristol's inner-city streets. After a recent spate of stabbings rocked St Paul's, she's praying for an end to the 'pandemic of the blade'.
A year on from fires, delays to safety works are leaving tower block tenants shivering
While the dangerous cladding on some of Bristol’s high-rise blocks has been removed, it’s yet to be replaced – meaning residents face a winter without insulated homes.
Cab driver says good character used against him in ‘cruel sting operation’
Police have questions to answer after private-hire taxi driver’s claims of a stitch-up that’s had years-long financial consequences.
Disabled people are struggling to access ‘lifeline’ services amid the cost-of-living crisis
University of Bristol research has uncovered a dire national picture around disabled people’s financial wellbeing. We spoke to locals who are worrying about heating bills and visiting crucial social spaces less often.