Category Archive: Know your Bristol Stories

Video Blog 18: KYB Family History Day at St Mary Redcliffe School

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In February, students from St Mary Redcliffe CE School brought in photos and artefacts for digitising and uploading to the Map Your Bristol website.  Amongst the booty discovered were the employment papers of… Read More

Video Blog 17: A ‘How-To’ for Know Your Place

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A handy ‘How-To’ guide for using Know Your Place…

Video Blog 16: Watching KWTV

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Knowle West TV was part of Bristol Channel, Peter Lewis’s pioneering community cable TV experiment from the early 1970s. It aimed to democratise media production and worked with Rediffusion, at the time the… Read More

Video Blog 13: Scenes, Soundsystems and Shebeens

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To kick off the Music Communities strand of Know Your Bristol on the Move and as part of Black History Month we held an event at The Trinity Centre, Old Market on Saturday… Read More

Video Blog 12: Falmouth Road Street Party

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The History Bus came to Falmouth Road to test the ‘Map Your Bristol’ website and app, and to investigate the local area.    

Video Blog 10: Digitising IVC tapes at the BFI National Archive

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As part of Knowle West On The Move, tapes from the BFI video archive in Berkhamsted are being transferred from an obscure video format called IVC to digital files. They are being returned… Read More

Video Blog 9: ACTSA interviews

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A short conversation between three key members of ACTSA.

Video Blog 8: ‘Map Your Bristol’ website testing

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Students at St Katherine’s School in Bristol gave feedback on the draft version of the ‘Map Your Bristol’ website.

Video Blog 7: Anti-Apartheid Walk

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Find out more about the Anti-Apartheid Walk around the Mendips which took place in June.

Video Blog 6: History Day at Dame Emily Park

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See the highlights from a sunny ‘History Day’ in Dame Emily Park.

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