Twenty years ago New Labour rode to general election victory on the wave of Tony Blair’s notorious “education, education, education” mantra. Blair promised to reform schools but now Labour’s focus is ‘education, not segregation’. The new campaign aims to tackle Theresa May’s grammar school proposals but the crusade ignores the issues surrounding faith schools, which […]
Have you ever wondered how you would survive on the street? For nearly 5000 people in England it’s a reality. Decisions made can be the difference between life and death. We put you in that position as you’re faced with a series of choices that real people deal with every day. Supported by interviews with […]
75 and still playing, a short feature on Bournemouth’s walking footballers and their love for the game…
The Ambassadeur Art Gallery in Westover Road has been nominated for BAPTA Bournemouth Tourism Award 2018 in the ‘The Creative Ideas Award of the Year’ category. The nomination comes after a successful ‘Spiderman’, the street art project that was created in summer last year by the gallery artist Ian Alexander in cooperation with a local artists […]
Presenter and Journalist Hannah Craven shares her every day struggles with anxiety and how it affects her every day especially with university and home life. She shares a day in her life where her anxiety is at the worst.
Bournemouth Borough Council has been heavily criticised after provisions have been put in place throughout the town centre to counter homelessness. Allegedly, £3,500 has been invested in installing bars on benches to prevent the homeless population using them to sleep rough, which some people have viewed as being a waste of money. Many individuals, including […]