Paul Robeson: Desert…
Trade-unionist Paul Dunn explains why his favourite disc is of a black American called Paul Robeson.
Winston And I
John tells the story of how his parents’ railway romance led him to play childhood game with wartime prime minister Winston…
The Home Land
Ras explains how he keeps in contact with his African and Rastafarian heritage while living in England.
Your family tree doesn’t have to go a long way back to reveal a history.
Nicky talks about getting used to being a father.
A visit to Brunel’s suspension bridge in Clifton, a place of endings and beginings
Onesy Twosey Threesy
The story of life on the outskirts of Bristol, school, bullies, boxing and the “onesy, twosey threesy”!
Sandola tells her life story, from a childhood in Portland, Jamaica, to retirement in Fishponds, Bristol.
Sasha tells us about her work keeping Bristol’s parks safe and beautiful.
Danny tells the story of when he met the stranger in a Bristol pub.
Junior talks about how working for Bristol City Council has changed him from a difficult youth to a youth play worker, engaging…
A walk up on the Downs represents a personal link between past and present, and a space for peaceful contemplation high above the…