‘Nothing feels real’: My life with depersonalisation disorder
It took Joe Perkins 10 years to get a diagnosis of this largely unknown condition. Now he is determined to raise awareness so others feel less alone in their struggles.
'My operations were cancelled because of Covid. I'm still waiting in pain.'
Russell Pugh is one of many frustrated patients whose surgeries have been pushed down the queue since the pandemic began.
Down but not out: Voices of young people excluded from school
Often marginalised, rarely listened to or understood, the Cable has been working with young people who have left mainstream education to give them a voice.
Music learning is fading out from schools. We’ll lose more than the screech of recorders.
Music lessons were some of my fondest moments of school. But in a city renowned for live music and across the country, music learning is under threat.
Voices: Clean air for Bristol is taking too long
An open letter from non-partisan group Bristol Clean Air Alliance, who have been campaigning for improved air quality through political action by the council.
Young climate activist: why I'm striking
Students across Bristol and the UK take to the streets again to protest the government’s lack of action over climate change. Student and environmental activist Katie is organising Bristol’s second strike.
I was addicted to benzos. This is my story.
The blissful escape of prescription drugs benzodiazepines helped me cope with depression and anxiety, but my life ended up falling apart around me.
A passionate appeal to save one of the few working class pubs in Easton
Recently given a new lease of life under new management, this old school boozer could be the latest victim of gentrification.
Community: What's the best way to help Bristol’s homeless this winter?
Community media coordinator Mark Sennett gets the lowdown on what's the best way to support homeless people over Christmas and beyond.
W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery Podcast: Future of UK and Bristol athletics
Dan Studley can run from the Bristol County Ground to Ashton Gate in under 14 minutes. Terry and Duke aren’t exactly sure why you’d want...
St Werburghs First World War soldier forgotten. Until now, 100 years after his death
A community project has uncovered that a name is mysteriously missing from a First World War memorial plaque at St Werburghs Community Centre.