Bristol News

Man Sought in Relation To Bristol Hate Crime

Bristol TV, the local television channel, reveals that a man is wanted in connection with a racist incident that took place on a bus in the city heading in the direction of Gloucester Road. The invident took place on 16th October. A gentleman in his sixties was peacefully travelling on the bus in the direction of Bishopston Library. A white man used aggressive racist slurs against the gentleman and the police have released a picture of the man they need to question in relation to the incident.

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More Positive Coverage for Pride MBE Daryn

The local community newspaper for East Bristol, The Week In, adds its voice to those commending local people who have been honoured in the Queen's delayed birthday honours list.

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MBE for Pride Bristol's Daryn Carter

Twenty five years ago, when our own Terry first reported on gay politics for a small pirate radio station in Wales, the idea of members of our community being allowed into the hallowed halls of our British establishment would have seemed very unlikely.

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Pride organiser Daryn Carter made MBE

Bristol Pride has been an annual staple in the city now for over a decade. But when Daryn joined, it was right back at the beginning. in 2009 Pride was a great festival, but a lot smaller than the 30,000 attendees you'll see at Pride these days.

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Rare Glimpse into Trans and Gay Venue in '63

There was a surprise for fans of LGBTQ history on Friday afternoon, when the television station Talking Pictures, a small business channel which specialises in the rich heritage of British film from the last 120 years, broadcast a rarely seen movie from 1963 called Some P

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The Bristol Post reports that an LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter Pride flag has been stolen from outside a house in the Montpelier area of the city.


The community newspaper for East Bristol, “The Week In” says that with cooler weather now approaching, local NHS services are preparing to get flu vaccinations rolled out to those


This week, we need to say a big Happy Birthday to our colleagues on Whiteladies Road here in Bristol. Because BBC Radio Bristol has just turned fifty years of age.


We all have a little punk in us.  The DIY Spirit of the punk revolution led to a huge increase in independent record labels and reinvigorated both the underground press and the free radio movements


Bristol Refugee Rights, a charity dedicated to helping those fleeing persecution and war overseas, have launched a fundraiser aiming to secure £5,700.

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