We all need to talk, but not everyone can afford to
Talking therapies offer a lifeline for people with mental health problems – but for many are prohibitively expensive. Do you need to be rich in order to heal?
Bristol’s growing gambling addiction: can anything be done?
Individuals seeking access to treatment for gambling addiction in the Bristol area have seen a steadily increasing rise over the last few years.
Looking out for our wellbeing or spying on us?
The anti-radicalisation Prevent programme in Bristol, debated.
Do me a solid!
What does ‘solidarity’ mean for social and environmental campaigns in Bristol, and how can we work together better?
From cockfighting arena to protected green space
A history of a small hill in St Werburgh’s
Do Bristol schools pass the admissions test?
Local authority oversight raises questions about equality of access to education
Rhymes against the state
Anarchist hip hop duo QELD have been knocking since 2007 but released their debut album, Kush Zombies, earlier this year. We caught up to chat music, politics, political incorrectness and sharing bills with punk bands
Shut the door on your way out
The number of pupils expelled from Bristol schools has surged. Rose White asks if the switch to academies is responsible, and what can be done to reverse the trend
Why you should know about Bristol’s great Hindu reformer
One of Arnos Vale’s most distinctive tombs commemorates a remarkable man
A mission: ‘to inform, represent, educate and entertain’
This July, Bristol’s Ujima Radio is eight years strong
In conversation with Ken Loach
The Cable grabbed an interview with the godfather of political cinema to ask him about his latest award-winning film, I, Daniel Blake, and his famous socialist politics...