Turned away: “I don’t know where that magic middle ground is”
Students say support is lacking for severe mental health needs, as Zoe found out.
Bristol Uni needs to do more on mental health, students say
Despite investment in services this year, students are increasingly concerned about mental health.
WATCH: Searching the natural world for new antibiotics
Could the deep sea help us fight antibiotic resistance? Sam Williams, Phd student at the University of Bristol’s School of Biochemistry, explains how his work...
Memories, challenges and the future of St Pauls Carnival
The Cable talks to some of the organisers about St Pauls carnivals' past and what’s new this year
Rising up to open opportunities in the arts
Rising Arts Agency is helping young people of colour to break into the cultural sector.
Watch: Do mandem need feminism?
MANDEM are an organisation led by men of colour making moves and taking on important issues. In their latest event they explored how and why mandem need feminism.
Learning not to abuse your partner
The programme that puts abusers at the heart of the solution.
Among the trauma and the bullshit: Thoughts of a black social worker
The candid voice of someone on the sharp end of personal and institutional racism.
WATCH: simple steps to fight fake news
How can we fight fake news? Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, cognitive psychologist at Bristol University, spells out some simple steps.
Community action around the city
Funding cut, services cancelled, staff laid off, but it’s not all bad news. We look at positive community stories from all corners of Bristol.
Watch: An event to tackle the pale, male and stale media
‘Chat, meet, and action’, an event organised by the Cable is forging a new network to tackle the the lack of diversity in media together.
‘Low impact’ advertising in parks to be considered despite public opposition
Advertising is likely to be allowed in parks, with the possibility of billboards appearing in the future.