Thursday 15 October, 2020. Angela Saini is a British science journalist, broadcaster and author. Her work has appeared in Science, Wired and The Guardian.
Author Claire Ratinon discusses the hunger for growing food in cities, flats and small spaces.
Monday 12 October, 2020. Shingi Mararike, Reporter for The Sunday Times, will talk about his career journey, share some tips and explore representative media.
Friday 9 October, 2020. Kai Phillip is co-founder of Fix8 Rollerdisco. He talks about how Fix8 has impacted the life of young people from across the UK.
Friday 9 October, 2020. Dr Jermaine Ravalier, Reader in Work and Wellbeing, discusses Black Lives Matter and his research in the Health and Social Care sector.
Dr Maren Pauly discusses an intriguing climate period recorded in high-resolution subfossil tree-ring stable isotopes.
Monday 5 October, 2020. A traditional mbira music performance from rural Zimbabwe by Kennedy Chinyere and Denise Rowe.
Friday 2 October, 2020. Manoel was famously photographed on the plinth after the Edward Colston statue was pulled down during demonstrations in Bristol in 2020.
In partnership with Bath Festivals, SparkFest showcases live performances of original works by Bath Spa students and graduates.
An examination of the forms of compassion that emerge for people impacted by climate change and extreme weather events.