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Connecting Bristol Overview (video)
3:00 mins | QuickTime 13.1Mb | Google Video
BBC Points West overview of Connecting Bristol

In Our Own Words (video), Knowle West Media Centre
6:49 mins | QuickTime 17.2Mb | Google Video
What would Digital Challenge mean to people in Knowle West?

Broadcast from Henbury (audio), David Aston, BBC
16:40 mins |
mp3 15.5Mb
Henbury’s digital future

Schools for the Future (audio), BBC Radio Bristol
4:04 mins | mp3 7.6Mb
Interviews with pupils and teachers on a new scheme to equip young people with PDAs

KWMC Tea Party (audio), GWR Bristol
0:39mins | mp3 933Kb
GWR’s coverage of Knowle West Media Centre’s Queens Award

Bristol Wireless (audio), David Aston, BBC
4:01mins | mp3 7.4Mb
Interviews with people from Bristol Wireless about this unique co-operative’s work.

Connecting South West Conference (video), David Aston, BBC
4:50 mins | QuickTime 24.3Mb | Google Video
Vov pops from the Connecting South West Conference.

Bristol Stories (video), David Aston, BBC
4:50 mins | QuickTime 24.1Mb | Google Video
Short film of the digital storytelling workshop in Henbury.

Henbury Update (video), David Aston, BBC
7:11 mins | QuickTime 24.1Mb | Google Video
A video update from Heather Barham on her work for the Connecting Bristol bid in Henbury.

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