Women who built Bristol: ‘We were challenging all the time’
A look at some of the great women who helped shape this city.
Photo essay: Different sides of Southmead
A few photos show the vibrancy of the often-maligned neighbourhood of Southmead.
“Beautiful, ordinary people”: Capturing Brexit on film
Ahead of Bristol Radical Film Festival, the Cable spoke to director Timothy George Kelly about his ‘state of the nation’ documentary, Brexitannia.
Video: What’s up with the council cuts consultations?
The council is planning to cut back on libraries, public toilets, school crossing patrols and adult social care. As the consultation roadshow comes to an...
“You are definitely not alone”: Using art to tackle the teenage mental health taboo
Teenagers and youth charities have collaborated with the Cable on this series of illustrations on mental health
“Are you sexually confused?”: Prejudice in mental health services
"You're sexually confused": Historically, LGBT+ people have been treated appallingly by mental health professionals and institutions, and the situation is still problematic today, says Luke Carter.
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.
The NHS is on its knees
Our health service is in crisis, but what’s causing it? With such a colossal organisation there is no single answer, just death by a thousand cuts...
Street artists talk shop
Vandals? No, professional artists. The Cable talks to Bristol artists making a living from their spray cans.
A long overdue victory
A story of one Bristolian’s struggle against the giants of the construction industry
Interactive: Why did some of us vote leave?
To what extent do people’s sense of community, perception of influence and opportunity, or access to resources impact the way they voted in the EU...