Image of Save Redfield Cinema campaigners and UWE students presenting plans at a public meeting (credit: Alex Turner)

Reports

Campaigners seek new community asset listing for pub with hidden cinema in bid to stop flats plan

Save Redfield Cinema group members say they’re throwing the 'kitchen sink' at blocking redevelopment plans for St George's Hall, as they urge locals to object and present alternative proposals.

This week in Bristol: Channel 4 u-turn a ‘victory’ for Bristol

‘I can’t die, I’ve not made my solo album’: Holysseus Fly on overcoming cancer and looking forward

Edition 31

Grove: ‘Impending doom definitely plagues my mind, but I’ve sought out the tools to deal with that’

Following an explosive first festival season, Bristol-based producer and vocalist Grove sits down with the Cable to talk punk, power and vulnerability.

Image of Abi Hill, Loco Klub's venue manager, with programming manager Sam Patching (credit: Aphra Evans)

Edition 31

Bristol venues brace for another challenging winter in face of energy and cost of living crises

Image of a participant walking at the Bristol Ball, organised by Bristol Ballroom Community (credit: Darren Shepherd)

Photography

Bristol goes to the ball

‘This is a film about justice.’ The long-awaited I am Judah documentary premieres in Bristol

The 'I am Judah' documentary depicting the brutal tasering by the police of community elder Ras Judah premiered this week and raises ongoing concerns with the racist policing of Bristol’s Afro-Caribbean communities.

Listen: Bristol Food Famiglia by Steven Mitchell

Your Bristol Life is a new series of five podcasts shining a light on underrepresented aspects of Bristol's history. This BCfm series was made with the Bristol Cable, Bristol History Podcast and In The Dark.

Listen: Old Market (REMIXED) by Tom Marshman and Bernie Hodges

Your Bristol Life is a new series of five podcasts shining a light on underrepresented aspects of Bristol's history. This BCfm series was made with the Bristol Cable, Bristol History Podcast and In The Dark.

Sound of the South Asian underground

After the explosion of the South Asian music scene in recent years, the Cable sits down with the Bristol-born Pakistani siblings who are bringing representation, raves and revival to Bristol.

Campaigners face uphill battle to save two BS5 pubs from redevelopment

From the Redfield residents trying to preserve a historic cinema to the Barton Hill activists just wanting to keep their last local, there are common frustrations for communities trying to hang on to the places that matter to them.

‘Drill music can be used for positive change’

For 35 years, Bristol has been home to a charity which lets prisoners create music on the inside. Now, a sister record label is supporting them to launch music careers after release.