Bristol History Podcast // Bristol’s Public Memory of Slavery
This week I met with Dr. Jessica Moody of Bristol University to discuss the ways in which Bristol has publicly addressed its involvement in the...
Bristol History Podcast // Mike Manson in Conversation
This week I met with author, historian and one man Bristolian institution: Mike Manson. In a whistle-stop tour through his literary career we discussed the...
W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery: Is Bristol sports media too cosy with the clubs?
The Bristol Cable presents the second episode of W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery podcast – delving into the worlds of sport, politics and business in Bristol.
Bristol History Podcast // Being Brunel – A Bristol icon
Being Brunel is one of Bristol's newest and most innovative museums that attempts to get behind the myth of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, one of the country's most famous engineers.
W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery Podcast: Bristol Bears and Steve Lansdown’s sporting empire
The Bristol Cable presents a brand spanking new podcast series: W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery - delving into the worlds of sport, politics and business in Bristol.
Bristol History Podcast // Bristol and the Civil War
The English Civil War is often reduced to a stereotype of haughty Cavaliers and humourless Roundheads. Yet in reality it was was one of the...
Bristol History Podcast // Lucienne Boyce on History and Historical Fiction
This week Tom Brothwell meets with acclaimed historian and historical fiction writer, Lucienne Boyce. They discuss the history of the women’s suffrage movement in Bristol,...
Bristol History Podcast // Bristol Zoo
As the fifth oldest zoo in the world, Bristol Zoological Gardens has been introducing Bristolians to wild animals since 1836. Tom Brothwell meets with Dr...
Listen: Sneak peak on Cable Issue 11!
A sneak peak from co-ordinators of issue 11 of the Cable.
Who cares for carers?
Dorothy Cook is full-time carer of her husband Malvin. She discusses the ups and downs of caring, but has her life changed since the new...
Why you should know about Bristol’s great Hindu reformer
One of Arnos Vale’s most distinctive tombs commemorates a remarkable man