The Boat that Moves Me
‘The boat that moves me’ traces the moments and spaces that have informed my image of Bristol.
Dr Loo and the…
A Dr Who parody, as Dr Loo and “Lav” set of in the Turdis (a portaloo, of course) for Roman times…
Ralph Juergen Colmar
A story about a group of friends whose transient lives coincidentally weave in and out of Bristol.
From Spain to Wales, to Bristol…
A graduate’s tale
Chad gets on his bike and finds a job in Bristol City Council.
The Curse of the…
Tajinder creatively reflects on India’s 60th Independence day through a story centered around the Kohinoor diamond.
The Home Land
Ras explains how he keeps in contact with his African and Rastafarian heritage while living in England.
Coming to Bristol
Chandra K Prasad
One man’s journey from India to Bristol, via a lesbian housing co-op in London.
Bristol, more than an…
Sandra Gil Cueco
Sandra finds that Bristol is bigger than it first appears.
Do You Remember?
A reflective journey through a mosaic of images that each hold a memory of experience of life in Bristol.
Project manager Jo and young people talks about The Orb youth club in Lawrence Weston.
Lesley Belgium and Knowle…
One exercise regime I wouldn’t want to repeat in a hurry, and all before breakfast.