Bristol

Bristol

City in south west England

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Chris Godfrey
October 15, 2020
the Guardian
For 20 years, the psychological illusionist has delighted TV audiences. He explains why he's ready to give it all up and paint caricatures - and how magic made him question his religious faith
Linda Geddes Science correspondent
September 25, 2020
the Guardian
Dr Allen Haddrell and Henry Oswin (seated) check the Celebs equipment ahead of the study, due to begin on Monday. Photograph: Sam Frost/The Guardian
PA Media
September 3, 2020
the Guardian
UK study shows dorsal fin of prehistoric mega-fish was similar height to adult human
Simon Read
September 2, 2020
BBC News
Amid reports Portugal may be put on the UK's quarantine list, UK holidaymakers face rising prices to get home.
Daniel Oberhaus
August 31, 2020
Wired
Researchers are developing a new battery powered by lab-grown gems made from reformed nuclear waste. If it works, it will last thousands of years.
Telegraph reporters
August 28, 2020
The Telegraph
Protests will be held this weekend ahead of large demonstrations in London, Manchester and Cardiff on September 1
Rachel Avery
August 18, 2020
The Telegraph
Is it still worth going abroad despite travel restrictions?
Mark Sweney Media business correspondent
August 12, 2020
the Guardian
Bristol is worst UK city for broadband outages with 169 hours a year | Broadband | The Guardian
Steven Morris
July 22, 2020
the Guardian
An artist's impression of the Project What If exhibition at We The Curious in Bristol. Photograph: We Are The Curious
Harriet Sherwood
July 19, 2020
the Guardian
SS Great Britain in Sparrow Cove, Falkland Islands, in 1970. Photograph: Marion Morrison/South American Pictures
Adrian Chiles
July 2, 2020
the Guardian
How's your lather? Photograph: Maria Kovalets/Alamy Stock Photo
Telegraph reporters
July 1, 2020
The Telegraph
Statue of slave merchant was pulled down last month by a group of protesters and thrown into Bristol harbour
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
June 15, 2020
Mail Online
Long periods of loneliness, such as those experienced during the current coronavirus lockdown, makes smoking habits worse, according to a new study.
Telegraph reporters
June 9, 2020
The Telegraph
The Mayor of London said the city's statues, plaques and street names largely reflect Victorian Britain
June 8, 2020
The Indian Express
During the period of Edward Colston's involvement with RAC till 1692, the company is believed to have transported about 84,000 slaves, out of which close to 20,000 are known to have died.
BS Web Team & PTI
June 8, 2020
@bsindia
People have a right to protest peacefully and while observing social distancing but they have no right to attack the police, said Johnson
ANI
June 8, 2020
@bsindia
Activists surrounded the monument and jeered Churchill was a racist, despite others intervening to protect it from further defacement
Tony Diver
June 7, 2020
The Telegraph
Bronze memorial had stood in city centre since 1895
By Luke Andrews For Mailonline
May 25, 2020
Mail Online
Scientists observed changes in the brightness of the South American amphibians skin that mirrored its background, helping it hide from predators.
By Ian Randall For Mailonline
April 8, 2020
Mail Online
Researchers used a groundbreaking new carbon dating technique to analyse traces of foods from pottery dug up on Shoreditch High Street, in the east of London.
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