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“It’s not just about venues, but the culture of this country”: Fleece owner Chris Sharp

After the #SaveThekla campaign breathed new life into the conversation around protecting Bristol’s nightlife, the Cable spoke to The Fleece’s Chris Sharp, who’s seen it all

A pioneering project to tackle gender-based violence needs help

The Cable speaks to Bristol Zero Tolerance about how the initiative to eradicate gender-based violence could be saved.

‘Science is a public service, and we should be doing it in the public eye’

Professor and TV presenter Alice Roberts speaks with the Cable about her mission to bring science to the people.

Interview: Shackelia Jackson, human rights activist

The Cable spoke to Jamaican activist Shackelia Jackson, who has been campaigning against unlawful police killings after the murder of her brother in 2014.

Uncovering the secret state

The Cable interviews veteran investigative journalist Duncan Campbell about blowing open state surveillance – and being targeted by security services.

Paradise Papers: watch exclusive interview with chairman of Glencore - world's biggest mining company

The Cable grills Tony Hayward, former CEO of BP and current chairman of Glencore, which recently featured in the Paradise Papers.

Video Exclusive: Marvin Rees Interview

Mayor of Bristol on his attitude towards central government over budget cuts, his vision for local authorities' future, and approaches to progressive politics.

"You have to change things": Interview with leading investigative journalist

The Bristol Cable invited Meirion Jones, the Investigations Editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism to talk.

Interview: Comedian Josie Long outing crooks on stage

Transcription: Milly Parmenter The Bristol Cable caught up with comedian Josie Long to hear about why she’s blending investigative journalism with stand-up. You know that...

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.

Watch: Blacklisting in Bristol - Interview

Watch an exclusive video with Jerry Hicks blacklisted Bristol worker and Phil Chamberlain, a freelance journalist about to publish a book ‘Blacklisted’. He is also...

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