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  • 2:33
    Still from Daily Commuting

    Daily Commuting
    Derrick Anderson
    A business man loses his cool on a packed train to Taunton.
  • 0:48
    Still from My Roman Villa

    My Roman Villa
    Charlie
    Charlie plays the part of a snobby Roman, and shows us around her modern villa, now an ancient ruin in Lawrence Weston.
  • 3:08
    Still from My Lucky Day

    My Lucky Day
    Catherine Davison
    One good turn deserves another, on land and on sea.
  • 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.
  • 2:15
    Still from Reflections as seen through the Eyes of a Pensioner

    Reflections as seen…
    Mike
    A poem about the uncertain future for elderly people living in Bristol prefab homes, marked by Bristol City Council for demolition.
  • 1:48
    Still from How America got its name

    How America got its…
    Alison Farrar
    A traditional Bristolian seafaring tale that explains how America was named.
  • 2:18
    Still from My Family and the Great Engineer

    My Family and the…
    Stephen Russell
    Over 160 years of employment under Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
  • 1:16
    Still from Who am I?

    Who am I?
    Charlene Price
    Charlene goes on a search for her true identity.
  • 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…
  • 2:42
    Still from A Tale of Two Giants

    A Tale of Two Giants
    John Derrick
    The legendary story of how Bristol’s Avon Gorge came to be.
  • 1:06
    Still from A Week in January - the Walk To Work story

    A Week in January -…
    Sally
    Sally talks about her work-life balance on Bristol City Council’s Building Futures scheme.
  • 2:17
    Still from Ghost Ship

    Ghost Ship
    Kate Barker
    Though not the Titanic, the SS Great Britain was also touched by disaster during her many voyages.