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The New Brunel
A tribute to Fred Lester, long-time employee of the Industrial Museum, and a jack of all trades.
The Bedminster Dragon
Angus and Francis
A trip to a friend’s turns into a “history” lesson.
This is a story of…
Anna and Ahmet
A story celbrating the freedom of life in England.
Torn clothes and bruised behinds - a look at Bristol’s history from the point of view of the Rock Slide in Clifton.
Paul Robeson: Desert…
Trade-unionist Paul Dunn explains why his favourite disc is of a black American called Paul Robeson.
Paul Robeson: To be…
Actor, campaigner and singer Paul Robeson is still inspiring people, 40 years after his death.
Paul Robeson: Young…
20th century black actor, singer and campaigner Paul Robeson’s influence has touched many people and his music has been heard…
Paul Robeson: The…
Actress Pearl talks about how she is inspired by Paul Robeson, the first black man to perform the part of Shakespeare’s Othello.
Paul Robeson: My Name…
How did a British trade-unionist get named after a black actor from the USA?
Two artist friends strive to begin a project together.
For the last 10 years Anne Farmer passed a Church of England training college almost daily but she never dreamed for a second that…
Sounds on a Boat
All aboard Bristol’s most musical boat.