Edson Burton: My hopes for Bristol’s scene in 2019
The writer, historian and curator on challenges and opportunities for the city’s arts.
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.
Watch: Hartcliffe Aspirations, a short doc with Paul Holbrook
A moving short film about Hartcliffe and aspiration with local lad and award winning film maker Paul Holbrook.
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.
“Why we’re extending solidarity to all migrants”
Alice Cutler is the Welcome Centre Manager at Bristol Refugee Rights.
Watch: the women working on the tools and bucking the trend
Inspiring stories of local women bucking the trend and building successful careers in the trades.
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.
Man Up/Man Down: Talking black men and identity crises
With men’s mental health in the spotlight, this podcast covers black men and their identity.
Bristol’s recovery community: overcoming addiction together
In early September, Bristol hosted Recovery Festival - a celebration of people who have overcome addiction. Craig Johnson explains the importance of community when services are being stripped back.
Long read: Two years after Kamil Ahmad’s murder, there is cause for hope and anger
Disabled asylum seekers have faced appalling injustices for too long – action is needed.