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.
Start your weekend with the day's news and entertaining guests.
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.
With an imminent verdict due on the assisted dying bill, Ali gets local reaction.
Ali asks if the Bristol Pride Festival can continue to be free in the future.
Lucy discovers why noise pollution on the Portway is stopping visitors to the Avon Gorge.
Ali looks at whether there'll be a legal challenge over the future of a respite centre.
Ali asks if Bristol motorists, fined for driving in bus lanes, are about to get a refund.
As a shelter opens a facility in Bristol, Ali meets a woman who's needed their support.
Ali talks to the Detective Inspector on the inquiry into the murder of a Bath teenager.
Ali finds out what’s involved in building a new neighbourhood with nearly 6000 homes.
Kate Cooke from the City Council reveals events to encourage more women to cycle to work.
Dr. Leila Walker from the Nominet Trust reveals a partnership with Aardman Animations.
Ali has a run down of candidates aiming to fill Bath MP Don Foster's shoes.
News of an event dedicated to the late Tony Benn. Plus the latest firefighter strikes.
A Bristol ambassador in Brussels and a possible new bilingual primary school in Bristol.