Could Bristol become outdoor advertising free?
BBC Points West picks up story reported on by the Bristol Cable.
Interactive: Our voices – young people with cancer
People don’t often ask us about it. Often I can tell by someone’s face that they want to broach the subject.
Side by side: Bristolians and Calais refugees
The Bristol Cable spoke to demonstrators many of whom had recently been to the camp and wanted to raise awareness about the ongoing situation through this gathering in the centre of town.
Watch – Bristol Uni’s “Ethical investment policy”… £5.6m in fossil fuels?
Students, Councillors and the public call the UoB to divest from fossil fuel
Cable film screening: Cartel Land (2015)
Come along on the 17th December 2015 to our screening of this unmissable documentary
Dutty v. (Goliath) Dutti
Bristol bred clothing shop loses court case to Spanish mega brand and is made to rebrand. Dutty, an independent business set up in Bristol that...
Easton residents protest “damp & dangerous” housing
Over 50 people protested today outside Liv n Let property agency on Mina road in St Werburghs. The demonstration organised by ACORN Bristol community union...
Watch: Get a Job!
Wil Colquhoun This motion piece was designed in direct response to overhearing somebody telling a homeless man to get a job. The piece is narrated...
Film: Ken Loach on Left Unity and General Elections 2015
Film Director and co-founder of the Left Unity party, Ken Loach, spoke to The Bristol Cable about the upcoming general election and why he’s backing...
Voxpops: how prepared are students for the general election?
As the UK approaches what looks to be a very close election, it looks like every vote could mean the difference between a Conservative or...
Video: Conscious Hip Hop in Bristol
Local artists D-Red, Lowdose and Ben reflect on the origins, meaning and challenges of conscious hip hop. Filmed and Produced by D-Red Edited by Alec for...
Watch: The Precariat Charter- Interview with Guy Standing
Professor Guy Standing of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) spoke to The Bristol Cable about his new book The Precariat Charter and the key issues of a new unstable and precarious workforce.