Editorial: Journalism is a public service. It should act like it. And it needs you to support it.
Could the pandemic force newspapers to reconsider their priorities and better serve public needs?
WATCH: Searching the natural world for new antibiotics
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...
Listen: Debating diversity in the media
In December, the Cable brought together members of the local community and media organisations to discuss issues of representation. Listen to the full conversation here...
The Bristol Cable’s much more than just the paper
As thousands know, the Cable’s much more than just the paper in your hands. As a media co-operative, each and every member has an equal share and say - making us a tad different from your typical media baron-owned outlets.
Chasing hard facts in a post-truth world
Depending on your political slant, the year just ended was a time of incredulous horror or a breath of fresh air. A globally turbulent 2016 saw Western societal foundations trembling and – on the surface at least – perceived elites showing cracks.
The Cable will not decide on press regulation without full co-op consultation
The Cable will not settle a position on press regulation without thorough consultation with members and advisors.
"You have to change things": Interview with leading investigative journalist
The Bristol Cable invited Meirion Jones, the Investigations Editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism to talk.
The Bristol Post just stooped to a new low. Here’s why...
In responding to renewed controversy about Green Capital and the complete lack of transparency over£8 Million worth of public money and corporate involvement, the Post...