The council has launched a plan to build a number of high-rise residential towers across the city in a bid to make better use of the city’s limited space, attracting resistance from campaigners and the Green Party, who say the towers are too high and unnecessary. Two players in the debate give their take.
A look back at Media Lab 2018 - a free journalism course making the media more accessible.
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.
Councillor promises to investigate concerns in public meeting
Nurse Jeanette Jones has won an award for helping other nurses… but she fears for the future of the profession
Students say support is lacking for severe mental health needs, as Zoe found out.
Despite investment in services this year, students are increasingly concerned about mental health.
The Cable speaks to John McGuirk, team leader and therapist at Off the Record, a mental health charity supporting 11-25 year olds.
Pressure over Airbus partnership has led to talks between organisers and campaigners
As the summer Pride season starts, it is worth remembering that British society was not always tolerant of homosexuality.
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.
The latest part of Theresa May's hostile environment policy - but NHS staff are fighting back.
Meet some of the community groups finding creative solutions to food poverty, mental health and assumptions around gender identity.
Bristol Housing Action Movement and Homes for All raise concerns about the council’s new rough sleeping draft policy.
Could the deep sea help us fight antibiotic resistance? Sam Williams, Phd student at the University of Bristol’s School of Biochemistry, explains how his work...
Since starting in 1968, St Pauls Carnival has become recognised as one of Bristol’s most iconic and culturally significant events. After three years off, Carnival is now back thanks to the hard graft of many in the local community.
The Cable talks to some of the organisers about St Pauls carnivals' past and what’s new this year
There is a strong moral and financial case to drop the medieval practice of enforcing debts with hired heavies.
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