Start your weekend with the day's news and entertaining guests.
Ali Vowles is joined by a singer who's made it onto the new series of 'The Voice'.
Ali will be looking at the January sales & continues her tour of the Wills Memorial Tower
A petition in Bath is calling on the council to provide more car parking spaces.
Laura Rawlings sits in. Start your weekend with the day's news and entertaining guests.
Ali hears from the Chief Executive of the Colston Hall on why they want £45m for a revamp
Ali Vowles focusses on Remembrance Sunday parades across the West.
Ali talks to the Bristol psychologist who's been working with health workers in Liberia.
Ali discovers why students are being forced to share rooms and sleep in bunk beds.
Ali asks if stacking coffins in graves will solve the problem of decreasing burial space.
We find out why Rovers stadium campaigners feel they have new reasons to be concerned.
Ali catches up with Kingswood residents who've been affected by a burst water main.
Ali asks what benefits students bring to the West with 30,000 set to arrive this weekend.
Ali looks into how budget cuts will affect Bristol’s gay and lesbian community.
Ali discovers what being the European Green Capital next year will mean for Bristol.
Ali Vowles on rail improvements this bank holiday weekend. Plus students vaccinations.
Laura Rawlings reflects on the need for better disabled access in UK tourist attractions.
Laura finds out how offenders are paying respect to those killed in WW1.
Laura asks what’s behind the increase in suicide rates among Bristol prisoners.
Ali talks to traders in Bath who say they'll lose business if a new road layout begins.