Cable Live: Peter Apps talks Grenfell, buildings safety and where the housing crisis goes next
Journalist and author Peter Apps discusses the Grenfell inquiry, how the UK neglected its social housing, and what the future looks like.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Babbasa CEO Poku Osei on changing the system from the inside
In the wake of the recent murder of St Pauls teenager Eddie King Muthemba Kinuthia, Neil talks to Poku Osei from Babbasa who aim to empower young people from local income and ethnic minority households.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked, with activist Jasmine York on being jailed after the Kill the Bill riots
Jasmine York, who was jailed for arson after the 2021 Kill the Bill riots, discusses those days that rocked the city, and abolishing prisons.
Listen: A short history of Purple Penguin, the record shop at the heart of the Bristol Sound
As part of this series of podcasts about underrepresented parts of Bristol’s history, the tale of the Purple Penguin record shop is one of community, creativity and underground culture.
Listen: Love Her – how Weekenders made space for women’s music
As part of this series of podcasts about underrepresented parts of Bristol’s history, this is a homage to Weekenders, a women's music night that started in the late 90s.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked, with local political fixer Kelvin Blake taking a peek inside the city’s Labour party machine
Former councillor, now Labour campaign manager Kelvin Blake offers an inside perspective on the workings of power in our city.
Listen: L’Chaim, My Lovers
As part of this series of podcasts about underrepresented parts of Bristol's history, local artist and writer Tom Chachewitz presents a brief history of Jewish life in the city.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked, with councillor Christine Townsend on taking on the Merchant Venturers over educational inequality
Green councillor and education rights campaigner Christine Townsend on fighting discriminatory school selection practices and the prospect of taking power in Bristol.