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  • 7:59
    Still from Stoke Park Hospital - The Heydays

    Stoke Park Hospital -…
    Penny Lepisz
    Part one of a two part history of Stoke Park Hospital, near Bristol, which was home for people with learning difficulties and…
  • 1:21
    Still from Home Is Where The Heart Is

    Home Is Where The…
    Julie Gough
    Julie holds her family memories in the sea.
  • 8:50
    Still from Misfits in rehearsal for Forgotten

    Misfits in rehearsal…
    Misfits Theatre Company
    A description of the way people with learning difficultires were mistreated in long stay hospitals, and a look at the rehearsal…
  • 7:35
    Still from Prefab Story

    Prefab Story
    Dave Drew
    The story of prefab housing in Bristol, from the 1940s into the new millennium.
  • 0:49
    Still from Building Futures

    Building Futures
    Liz
    Liz Jones, part of Bristol City Council’s Human Resources team, talks about the council’s Building Futures scheme.
  • 0:38
    Still from A Pig Named George

    A Pig Named George
    Maia and Candice
    A story of an Austrlian pig, Bristol’s famous Blue Glass, a skinny celeb and the skaters of College Green…!
  • 0:41
    Still from Daynight

    Daynight
    Taran Burns
    Gloucester road at six in the morning.
  • 4:01
    Still from What Was!

    What Was!
    Doreen Hancock
    An incredible oasis of life around a ‘temporary’ prefabricated home, now under threat of demolition and re-development.
  • 2:27
    Still from Book Project

    Book Project
    Sarah Maude
    Sarah’s idea led to a project linking a local library, charity shops, a banana company, shipping and truck hire companies…
  • 1:44
    Still from My Bristol

    My Bristol
    Helen
    Helen comes back to see where she was born in Bristol, 21 years ago. It may not be for the last time…
  • 3:33
    Still from Best Friends

    Best Friends
    Jess & Chlöe
    Jess and Chloe talk about their friendship, despite difficult times and anti-social behaviour.
  • 2:03
    Still from The New Brunel

    The New Brunel
    Andy King
    A tribute to Fred Lester, long-time employee of the Industrial Museum, and a jack of all trades.