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World Championship, 1970 Gillette Cup, 1970–71 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1971 FIM Motocross World Championship, 1971 Gillette Cup, 1971 World Championship Tennis circuit, 1971–72 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1972 Bristol Open, 1972 Grand Prix (tennis), 1972 Women's Tennis Circuit, 1972–73 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1972–73 England Hockey League season, 1973 Gillette Cup, 1973–74 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1974 Bristol bombing, 1974 Gillette Cup, 1974–75 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1975 Gillette Cup, 1975–76 Australia rugby union tour of Britain, Ireland and the United States, 1975–76 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1976 Gillette Cup, 1976–77 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1977 Benson & Hedges Cup, 1977 Gillette Cup, 1977–78 Anglo-Scottish Cup, 1977–78 Arsenal F.C. season, 1977–78 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1977–78 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 1978 Davis Cup Europe Zone, 1978 Individual Speedway World Championship, 1978–79 Arsenal F.C. season, 1978–79 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1979 Gillette Cup, 1979–80 Anglo-Scottish Cup, 1979–80 Arsenal F.C. season, 1979–80 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1980, 1980 Davis Cup Europe Zone, 1980 St. Pauls riot, 1980–81 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1980–81 Football League, 1981 Bristol Open, 1981 Brixton riot, 1981 Grand Prix (tennis), 1981 NatWest Trophy, 1982 Bristol Open, 1982 Fiji rugby union tour of Great Britain and Canada, 1982 Grand Prix (tennis), 1982 NatWest Trophy, 1982–83 Cardiff City F.C. season, 1982–83 Colchester United F.C. season, 1983 Bristol Open, 1983 Cricket World Cup, 1983 Cricket World Cup Group A, 1983 Grand Prix (tennis), 1983 NatWest Trophy, 1983 Professional Players Tournament, 1983–84 Colchester United F.C. season, 1984 Bristol Open, 1984 Grand Prix (tennis), 1984 NatWest Trophy, 1984–85 Arsenal F.C. season, 1985 Bristol Open, 1985 Grand Prix (tennis), 1985 NatWest Trophy, 1986 Bristol Open, 1986 Grand Prix (tennis), 1986 NatWest Trophy, 1986–87 Colchester United F.C. season, 1987 Benson & Hedges Cup, 1987 Bristol Open, 1987 Grand Prix (tennis), 1987 NatWest Trophy, 1987–88 Courage League, 1988 Australia rugby union tour of England, Scotland and Italy, 1988 Bristol Open, 1988 Davis Cup, 1988 Football League play-offs, 1988 Grand Prix (tennis), 1988 NatWest Trophy, 1988 Refuge Assurance Cup, 1988–89 Courage League, 1989 Benson & Hedges Cup, 1989 Bristol Open, 1989 English Professional Championship, 1989 Grand Prix (tennis), 1989 NatWest Trophy, 1989–90 Courage Area League South, 1989–90 Courage League, 1989–90 Football League, 1989–90 Full Members' Cup, 1989–90 in English football, 1990 ATP Challenger Series, 1990 Full Members' Cup Final, 1990 in the United Kingdom, 1990 NatWest Trophy, 1990 Solheim Cup, 1990–91 Courage League, 1990–91 Courage League National Division Three, 1990–91 FA Cup, 1990–91 Middlesbrough F.C. season, 1990–91 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 1991 NatWest Trophy, 1991 New Year Honours, 1991–92 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season, 1991–92 Courage League National Division Three, 1991–92 English Premiership (rugby union), 1991–92 Liverpool F.C. season, 1991–92 Newcastle United F.C. season, 1991–92 Southampton F.C. season, 1991–92 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 1992 in art, 1992 NatWest Trophy, 1992 Solheim Cup, 1992 Strachan Open, 1992–93 Courage League National Division Three, 1992–93 English Premiership (rugby union), 1992–93 Football League Cup, 1992–93 Newcastle United F.C. season, 1992–93 Norwich City F.C. season, 1992–93 Portsmouth F.C. season, 1992–93 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 1993 Benson & Hedges Cup, 1993 European League, 1993 NatWest Trophy, 1993–94 Colchester United F.C. season, 1993–94 Courage League Division 4, 1993–94 English Premiership (rugby union), 1993–94 Football League Cup, 1993–94 Fulham F.C. season, 1993–94 Liverpool F.C. season, 1993–94 Norwich City F.C. season, 1993–94 Portsmouth F.C. season, 1993–94 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 1994 Football League First Division play-off Final, 1994 NatWest Trophy, 1994 Solheim Cup, 1994–95 Burnley F.C. season, 1994–95 Courage League National Division Three, 1994–95 English Premiership (rugby union), 1994–95 Norwich City F.C. season, 1994–95 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 1995 Benson & Hedges Cup, 1995 in music, 1995 NatWest Trophy, 1995–96 Burnley F.C. season, 1995–96 Courage League Division 4, 1995–96 English Premiership (rugby union), 1995–96 Newcastle United F.C. season, 1996 in England, 1996 in the United Kingdom, 1996 Solheim Cup, 1996–97 Burnley F.C. season, 1996–97 Courage League National Division Three, 1996–97 English Premiership (rugby union), 1997 Football League play-offs, 1997 NatWest Trophy, 1997 New Zealand rugby union tour of Britain and Ireland, 1997 Tonga rugby union tour of Great Britain, 1997–98 Burnley F.C. season, 1997–98 English Premiership, 1997–98 National League 2 South, 1998 England Monarchs season, 1998 Football League play-offs, 1998 Football League Second Division play-off Final, 1998 NatWest Trophy, 1998 Solheim Cup, 1998–99 Allied Dunbar Premiership Two, 1998–99 Arsenal F.C. season, 1998–99 Burnley F.C. season, 1998–99 Fulham F.C. season, 1998–99 Manchester City F.C. season, 1998–99 National League 2 South, 1998–99 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 1998–99 Southampton F.C. season, 1998–99 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 1998–99 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 1999 Benson & Hedges Super Cup, 1999 Cricket World Cup, 1999 in architecture, 1999 in England, 1999 in the United Kingdom, 1999 NatWest Trophy, 1999 Rugby World Cup, 1999–2000 Burnley F.C. season, 1999–2000 English Premiership, 1999–2000 FA Cup, 1999–2000 Football League Trophy, 1999–2000 Gillingham F.C. season, 1999–2000 National League 2 South, 1999–2000 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 1st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Brigade, 2-4-0, 20 Years Paranoid, 2000 Benson & Hedges Cup, 2000 NatWest Trophy, 2000 Solheim Cup, 2000–01 English Premiership, 2000–01 National Division Three South, 2000–01 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2000–01 Reading F.C. season, 2001 Benson & Hedges Cup, 2001 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, 2001 County Championship, 2001 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships, 2001 NatWest Series, 2001–02 English Premiership, 2001–02 National Division Three South, 2001–02 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2002 Benson & Hedges Cup, 2002 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, 2002 County Championship, 2002–03 Bristol City F.C. season, 2002–03 English Premiership, 2002–03 Gillingham F.C. season, 2002–03 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2002–03 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2003 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, 2003 Football League play-offs, 2003 NatWest Series, 2003–04 Grimsby Town F.C. season, 2003–04 National Division One, 2003–04 National Division Three South, 2003–04 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2003–04 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2003–04 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2003–04 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2004 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, 2004 Football League play-offs, 2004 Football League Second Division play-off Final, 2004 June rugby union tests, 2004 NatWest Series, 2004 Twenty20 Cup, 2004–05 Football League Trophy, 2004–05 Grimsby Town F.C. season, 2004–05 National Division One, 2004–05 National Division Three South, 2004–05 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2004–05 Swansea City A.F.C. season, 2004–05 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2005 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, 2005 Kuşadası minibus bombing, 2005 Solheim Cup, 2005–06 AFC Wimbledon season, 2005–06 English Premiership, 2005–06 Grimsby Town F.C. season, 2005–06 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2005–06 National Division Three South, 2005–06 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2005–06 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2006 in comics, 2006 Turner Prize, 2006 Twenty20 Cup, 2006–07 Colchester United F.C. season, 2006–07 Coventry City F.C. season, 2006–07 EDF Energy Cup, 2006–07 English Premiership, 2006–07 Football League Trophy, 2006–07 Grimsby Town F.C. season, 2006–07 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2006–07 National Division Three South, 2006–07 Wycombe Wanderers F.C. season, 2007 Football League play-offs, 2007 in comics, 2007 in cricket, 2007 Indoor Cricket World Cup, 2007 Solheim Cup, 2007 South Africa rugby union tour of Europe, 2007–08 Barnsley F.C. season, 2007–08 Coventry City F.C. season, 2007–08 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2007–08 EDF Energy Cup, 2007–08 English Premiership, 2007–08 FA Cup, 2007–08 Fulham F.C. season, 2007–08 Hull City A.F.C. season, 2007–08 Manchester City F.C. season, 2007–08 National Division Three South, 2007–08 Norwich City F.C. season, 2007–08 Watford F.C. season, 2007–08 West Ham United F.C. season, 2007–08 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2008 English cricket season, 2008 Football League Championship play-off Final, 2008 Football League play-offs, 2008 Friends Provident Trophy, 2008 in Ireland, 2008 PDC Pro Tour, 2008 Twenty20 Cup Midlands/Wales/West Division, 2008–09 Bristol City F.C. season, 2008–09 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2008–09 Cheltenham Town F.C. season, 2008–09 Coventry City F.C. season, 2008–09 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2008–09 EDF Energy Cup, 2008–09 English Premiership, 2008–09 European Challenge Cup pool stage, 2008–09 Leeds United F.C. season, 2008–09 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2008–09 National Division Three South, 2008–09 Norwich City F.C. season, 2008–09 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2008–09 Swansea City A.F.C. season, 2008–09 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2009 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships, 2009 Iranian presidential election protests, 2009 Twenty20 Cup Midlands/Wales/West Division, 2009–10 AFC Ajax season, 2009–10 Aldershot Town F.C. season, 2009–10 Blackpool F.C. season, 2009–10 British and Irish Cup, 2009–10 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2009–10 Colchester United F.C. season, 2009–10 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2009–10 Football League Championship, 2009–10 in English football, 2009–10 Leeds United F.C. season, 2009–10 National League 2 South, 2009–10 Newcastle United F.C. season, 2009–10 Norwich City F.C. season, 2009–10 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2009–10 RFU Championship, 2009–10 Southampton F.C. season, 2009–10 Watford F.C. season, 2009–10 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2010 Friends Provident t20, 2010 in England, 2010 in the United Kingdom, 2010–11 A.F.C. Bournemouth season, 2010–11 Aldershot Town F.C. season, 2010–11 Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. season, 2010–11 British and Irish Cup, 2010–11 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2010–11 Colchester United F.C. season, 2010–11 Coventry City F.C. season, 2010–11 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2010–11 Football League Championship, 2010–11 Football League One, 2010–11 Ipswich Town F.C. season, 2010–11 Leeds United F.C. season, 2010–11 Leicester City F.C. season, 2010–11 Leyton Orient F.C. season, 2010–11 National League 2 South, 2010–11 Norwich City F.C. season, 2010–11 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2010–11 Notts County F.C. season, 2010–11 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2010–11 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2010–11 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season, 2010–11 RFU Championship, 2010–11 Rochdale A.F.C. season, 2010–11 Scunthorpe United F.C. season, 2010–11 Southampton F.C. season, 2010–11 Swansea City A.F.C. season, 2010–11 Watford F.C. season, 2010–11 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2011 Clydesdale Bank 40, 2011 County Championship, 2011 England riots, 2011 Friends Life t20, 2011 in British television, 2011 in England, 2011 in the United Kingdom, 2011 Safari Sevens, 2011–12 Aldershot Town F.C. season, 2011–12 Aston Villa F.C. season, 2011–12 Barnsley F.C. season, 2011–12 Bristol Rovers F.C. season, 2011–12 British and Irish Cup, 2011–12 Burton Albion F.C. season, 2011–12 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2011–12 Colchester United F.C. season, 2011–12 Cornish Pirates RFC season, 2011–12 Coventry City F.C. season, 2011–12 Crawley Town F.C. season, 2011–12 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2011–12 Doncaster Rovers F.C. season, 2011–12 FA Cup, 2011–12 FA Women's Cup, 2011–12 Football League Championship, 2011–12 Football League Two, 2011–12 Hull City A.F.C. season, 2011–12 Leicester City F.C. season, 2011–12 Leyton Orient F.C. season, 2011–12 National League 2 South, 2011–12 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2011–12 Oxford United F.C. season, 2011–12 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2011–12 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2011–12 RFU Championship, 2011–12 Southampton F.C. season, 2011–12 Southend United F.C. season, 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League, 2011–12 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2012 Carterton hot air balloon crash, 2012 Clydesdale Bank 40, 2012 County Championship, 2012 FA Women's Cup Final, 2012 Friends Life t20, 2012 in British television, 2012 Summer Olympics torch relay, 2012 United Kingdom fuel crisis, 2012–13 Accrington Stanley F.C. season, 2012–13 Barnet F.C. season, 2012–13 Barnsley F.C. season, 2012–13 Blackpool F.C. season, 2012–13 Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. season, 2012–13 Bristol City F.C. season, 2012–13 British and Irish Cup, 2012–13 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2012–13 Coventry City F.C. season, 2012–13 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2012–13 FA Cup, 2012–13 FA Women's Cup, 2012–13 Fleetwood Town F.C. season, 2012–13 Football League Championship, 2012–13 Football League Two, 2012–13 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season, 2012–13 Hull City A.F.C. season, 2012–13 Leeds United F.C. season, 2012–13 Leicester City F.C. season, 2012–13 Leyton Orient F.C. season, 2012–13 National League 2 South, 2012–13 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2012–13 Peterborough United F.C. season, 2012–13 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2012–13 RFU Championship, 2012–13 Rochdale A.F.C. season, 2012–13 Rotherham United F.C. season, 2012–13 Sheffield United F.C. season, 2012–13 Southampton F.C. season, 2012–13 Southend United F.C. season, 2012–13 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2013 County Championship, 2013 Friends Life t20, 2013 in art, 2013 Rugby League World Cup, 2013 Rugby League World Cup Group D, 2013 Yorkshire Bank 40, 2013–14 Accrington Stanley F.C. season, 2013–14 Bristol City F.C. season, 2013–14 Bristol Rovers F.C. season, 2013–14 British and Irish Cup, 2013–14 British Basketball League season, 2013–14 Carlisle United F.C. season, 2013–14 Cheltenham Town F.C. season, 2013–14 Coventry City F.C. season, 2013–14 Crystal Palace F.C. season, 2013–14 F.C. Halifax Town season, 2013–14 FA Cup, 2013–14 Fleetwood Town F.C. season, 2013–14 Football League One, 2013–14 Football League Trophy, 2013–14 Football League Two, 2013–14 Hartlepool United F.C. season, 2013–14 Leyton Orient F.C. season, 2013–14 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2013–14 National League 2 South, 2013–14 Newport County A.F.C. season, 2013–14 Notts County F.C. season, 2013–14 Oxford United F.C. season, 2013–14 Peterborough United F.C. season, 2013–14 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2013–14 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2013–14 Preston North End F.C. season, 2013–14 Reading F.C. season, 2013–14 RFU Championship, 2013–14 Rochdale A.F.C. season, 2013–14 Scunthorpe United F.C. season, 2013–14 Tranmere Rovers F.C. season, 2013–14 Watford F.C. season, 2013–14 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2014 County Championship, 2014 NatWest t20 Blast, 2014 Omega Pharma–Quick-Step season, 2014 Royal London One-Day Cup, 2014 Special Honours, 2014 Tour of Britain, 2014–15 Barnsley F.C. season, 2014–15 Bristol City F.C. season, 2014–15 Bristol Rovers F.C. season, 2014–15 British and Irish Cup, 2014–15 British Basketball League season, 2014–15 Chester F.C. season, 2014–15 Chesterfield F.C. season, 2014–15 Colchester United F.C. season, 2014–15 Coventry City F.C. season, 2014–15 Crawley Town F.C. season, 2014–15 Crewe Alexandra F.C. season, 2014–15 Doncaster Rovers F.C. season, 2014–15 F.C. Halifax Town season, 2014–15 FA Cup, 2014–15 Fleetwood Town F.C. season, 2014–15 Football Conference, 2014–15 Football League One, 2014–15 Football League Trophy, 2014–15 Gillingham F.C. season, 2014–15 Grimsby Town F.C. season, 2014–15 Leyton Orient F.C. season, 2014–15 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2014–15 National League 2 South, 2014–15 Notts County F.C. season, 2014–15 Oxford United F.C. season, 2014–15 Peterborough United F.C. season, 2014–15 Preston North End F.C. season, 2014–15 RFU Championship, 2014–15 Rochdale A.F.C. season, 2014–15 Scunthorpe United F.C. season, 2014–15 Swindon Town F.C. season, 2014–15 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout phase, 2014–15 Walsall F.C. season, 2014–15 West Ham United F.C. season, 2015 Conference Premier play-off Final, 2015 County Championship, 2015 in the United Kingdom, 2015 NatWest t20 Blast, 2015 Rugby World Cup, 2015–16 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season, 2015–16 Bolton Wanderers F.C. season, 2015–16 Brentford F.C. season, 2015–16 Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. season, 2015–16 Bristol City F.C. season, 2015–16 Bristol Rovers F.C. season, 2015–16 British and Irish Cup, 2015–16 British Basketball League season, 2015–16 Cambridge United F.C. season, 2015–16 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2015–16 Carlisle United F.C. season, 2015–16 Charlton Athletic F.C. season, 2015–16 Crawley Town F.C. season, 2015–16 Derby County F.C. season, 2015–16 Exeter City F.C. season, 2015–16 FA Cup, 2015–16 Football League Championship, 2015–16 Football League Cup, 2015–16 Football League Trophy, 2015–16 Football League Two, 2015–16 Fulham F.C. season, 2015–16 Hartlepool United F.C. season, 2015–16 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season, 2015–16 Hull City A.F.C. season, 2015–16 Ipswich Town F.C. season, 2015–16 Korfball League & Promotion Division promotion/relegation play-off, 2015–16 Leeds United F.C. season, 2015–16 Leyton Orient F.C. season, 2015–16 Luton Town F.C. season, 2015–16 Mansfield Town F.C. season, 2015–16 Middlesbrough F.C. season, 2015–16 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2015–16 Morecambe F.C. season, 2015–16 National League 2 South, 2015–16 Newport County A.F.C. season, 2015–16 Northampton Town F.C. season, 2015–16 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2015–16 Notts County F.C. season, 2015–16 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2015–16 Preston North End F.C. season, 2015–16 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season, 2015–16 Reading F.C. season, 2015–16 RFU Championship, 2015–16 Rotherham United F.C. season, 2015–16 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season, 2015–16 Swindon Town F.C. season, 2015–16 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season, 2015–16 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2015–16 Wycombe Wanderers F.C. season, 2016 Bill Beaumont Cup, 2016 BMC Racing Team season, 2016 County Championship, 2016 Etixx–Quick-Step season, 2016 NatWest t20 Blast, 2016 Royal London One-Day Cup, 2016 Tour of Britain, 2016 Women's Cricket Super League, 2016–17 Anglo-Welsh Cup, 2016–17 Aston Villa F.C. season, 2016–17 Barnsley F.C. season, 2016–17 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season, 2016–17 Bolton Wanderers F.C. season, 2016–17 Brentford F.C. season, 2016–17 Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. season, 2016–17 Bristol City F.C. season, 2016–17 Bristol Rovers F.C. season, 2016–17 British Basketball League season, 2016–17 Burton Albion F.C. season, 2016–17 Bury F.C. season, 2016–17 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2016–17 Charlton Athletic F.C. season, 2016–17 Chesterfield F.C. season, 2016–17 Coventry City F.C. season, 2016–17 Crawley Town F.C. season, 2016–17 Derby County F.C. season, 2016–17 EFL Championship, 2016–17 EFL Cup, 2016–17 EFL League One, 2016–17 EFL Trophy, 2016–17 English Premiership, 2016–17 FA Cup, 2016–17 Fleetwood Town F.C. season, 2016–17 Fulham F.C. season, 2016–17 Gillingham F.C. season, 2016–17 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season, 2016–17 Hull City A.F.C. season, 2016–17 Ipswich Town F.C. season, 2016–17 Korfball League & Promotion Division promotion/relegation play-off, 2016–17 Leeds United F.C. season, 2016–17 Millwall F.C. season, 2016–17 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season, 2016–17 National League 2 South, 2016–17 Newcastle United F.C. season, 2016–17 Norwich City F.C. season, 2016–17 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2016–17 Oldham Athletic A.F.C. season, 2016–17 Peterborough United F.C. season, 2016–17 Port Vale F.C. season, 2016–17 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2016–17 Premier League Cup, 2016–17 Preston North End F.C. season, 2016–17 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season, 2016–17 Reading F.C. season, 2016–17 Rochdale A.F.C. season, 2016–17 Rotherham United F.C. season, 2016–17 Scunthorpe United F.C. season, 2016–17 Sheffield United F.C. season, 2016–17 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season, 2016–17 Shrewsbury Town F.C. season, 2016–17 Southend United F.C. season, 2016–17 Swansea City A.F.C. season, 2016–17 Swindon Town F.C. season, 2016–17 Walsall F.C. season, 2016–17 Wigan Athletic F.C. season, 2016–17 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2017 County Championship, 2017 Marylebone Cricket Club University Matches, 2017 NatWest t20 Blast, 2017 Royal London One-Day Cup, 2017 Women's Cricket Super League, 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup, 2017–18 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season, 2017–18 Blackpool F.C. season, 2017–18 Bolton Wanderers F.C. season, 2017–18 Brentford F.C. season, 2017–18 Bristol Rovers F.C. season, 2017–18 British and Irish Cup, 2017–18 British Basketball League season, 2017–18 Bury F.C. season, 2017–18 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2017–18 Charlton Athletic F.C. season, 2017–18 EFL Championship, 2017–18 EFL Cup, 2017–18 EFL League One, 2017–18 FC Twente season, 2017–18 Fulham F.C. season, 2017–18 Hull City A.F.C. season, 2017–18 Ipswich Town F.C. season, 2017–18 Leeds United F.C. season, 2017–18 Manchester City F.C. season, 2017–18 National League 2 South, 2017–18 Northampton Town F.C. season, 2017–18 Norwich City F.C. season, 2017–18 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2017–18 Oxford United F.C. season, 2017–18 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2017–18 Portsmouth F.C. season, 2017–18 Preston North End F.C. season, 2017–18 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season, 2017–18 Reading F.C. season, 2017–18 RFU Championship, 2017–18 Rotherham United F.C. season, 2017–18 Sheffield United F.C. season, 2017–18 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season, 2017–18 Sunderland A.F.C. season, 2017–18 Swindon Town F.C. season, 2017–18 Wigan Athletic F.C. season, 2017–18 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season, 2017–2018 Romanian protests, 2018 County Championship, 2018 England women's Tri-Nation Series, 2018 Marylebone Cricket Club University Matches, 2018 Royal London One-Day Cup, 2018 t20 Blast, 2018–19 A.F.C. Bournemouth season, 2018–19 Bristol City F.C. season, 2018–19 Cardiff City F.C. season, 2018–19 Charlton Athletic F.C. season, 2018–19 EFL Championship, 2018–19 EFL League One, 2018–19 Exeter City F.C. season, 2018–19 Middlesbrough F.C. season, 2018–19 National League 2 South, 2018–19 Norwich City F.C. season, 2018–19 Nottingham Forest F.C. season, 2018–19 Plymouth Argyle F.C. season, 2018–19 Premiership Rugby, 2019 Cricket World Cup, 2019 Cricket World Cup Group Stage, 20th century road schemes in Bristol, 21st-century modernisation of the Great Western main line, 289 Commando Troop, Royal Artillery, 289th Engineer Combat Battalion (United States), 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot, 2:54, 3 (telecommunications), 30th (Surrey) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, 32 King Street, Bristol, 35 King Street, Bristol, 36 (Eastern) Signal Regiment, 37 and 39 Jamaica Street, Bristol, 39 (Skinners) Signal Regiment, 3D Monster Maze, 3rd Armored Division (United States), 4-2-2, 4-meter band, 4mations, 5G, 5th Anti-Aircraft Division (United Kingdom), 6 King Street, Bristol, 60 (Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars) Signal Squadron, 61 Queen Charlotte Street, Bristol, 614th Tank Destroyer Battalion, 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot, 6th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, 7 and 8 King Street, Bristol, 79th Light Anti-Aircraft Battery, 7th Battalion, Essex Regiment, 7th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, 8th & Ocean, 8th Anti-Aircraft Division (United Kingdom), 9th Anti-Aircraft Division (United Kingdom). 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The Conservative A-List or Priority List was a list of United Kingdom candidates drawn up by Conservative Central Office at the behest of David Cameron after his election as party leader in December 2005, aimed as a means of broadening the number of Conservative Members of Parliament, potential Peers of the Realm and MEPs from minority groups and women as well as other preferred candidates for candidature.
A-Z of Rude Health was a medical series taking a lighthearted look at sexual health.
Anthony George Edward Blake, usually known as A.G.E. Blake or Anthony Blake (born 1939), is a philosophical thinker and author, dealing primarily in the fields of intelligence, LogoVisual thinking (LVT), the philosophy of thought and the works of G. I. Gurdjieff.
Alfred Herbert Hawke (7 February 1881 – 11 May 1958) was a British photographer and postcard publisher based in Helston, Cornwall.
Archibald James (Archie) Potter (22 September 1918 – 5 July 1980) was an Irish composer and teacher, who wrote hundreds of works including operas, a mass, and four ballets, as well as orchestral and chamber music.
Albert Victor Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Hillsborough, (1 May 1885 – 11 January 1965) was a British Labour Co-operative politician.
The A303 is a trunk road in southern England, running between Basingstoke in Hampshire and Honiton in Devon via Stonehenge.
The A350 is a north-south primary route in southern England, that runs from the M4 motorway in Wiltshire to Poole in Dorset.
The A36 is a trunk road and primary route in southwest England that links the port city of Southampton to the city of Bath.
The A369 is an A road running from Ashton Gate junction with the A370 and the A3029 to Portishead in South West England.
The A37 is a major road in south west England.
The A370 is a primary road in England running from Bath Road, near Temple Meads railway station in the city of Bristol to Weston-super-Mare before continuing to the village of East Brent in Somerset.
The A38, part of which is also known as the Devon Expressway, is a major A-class trunk road in England.
The A4 is a major road in England from Central London to Avonmouth via Heathrow Airport, Reading, Bath and Bristol.
The A4018 is an A-road connecting the city centre of Bristol to the M5 motorway at Cribbs Causeway.
The A403 is a main road near Bristol and the Severn Estuary.
The A417 is a main road in England running from Streatley, Berkshire to Hope under Dinmore, Herefordshire.
The A4174 is a major ring road in England which runs around the northern and eastern edge of Bristol, mainly in South Gloucestershire, and through the southern suburbs of the city.
The A420 is a road between Bristol and Oxford in England.
The A431 is an A road running from Bristol to Bath in England.
The A432 is a road running from Bristol to Old Sodbury.
The A48(M) is a motorway in Wales between Cardiff and Newport.
Aardman Animations, Ltd., also known as Aardman Studios, or simply as Aardman, is a British animation studio based in Bristol.
Aardman Animations is an animation studio in Bristol, which produces stop motion and computer animated features, shorts, TV series and a selection of adverts.
Aaron Wesley Brown (born 14 March 1980 in Bristol) is an English professional footballer who is currently player-coach at Paulton Rovers.
Aaron Crossley Hobart Seymour (1789–1870) was an Anglo-Irish religious author and hymn-writer.
The A–Z Series is a series of singles by alternative rock band Ash.
An abbey is a complex of buildings used by members of a religious order under the governance of an abbot or abbess.
The Abbey of Saint Victor, Paris, also known as Royal Abbey and School of Saint Victor, was an abbey near Paris, France.
Abbots Leigh is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, about west of the centre of Bristol.
The recorded abbots of Shrewsbury run from c 1087, a scant four years after Shrewsbury Abbey's foundation, to 1540, its dissolution under Thomas Cromwell.
Abdul Razzaq (Urdu: عبد الرزاق, born 2 December 1979) is a former Pakistani cricketer, who played all formats of the game.
Abels Shipbuilders Ltd was a ship and boat builder in Bristol, England.
Aberarth, Ceredigion, Wales is a small seaside village situated towards the southern end of Cardigan Bay between Aberystwyth and Cardigan.
Abingdon-on-Thames, also known as Abingdon on Thames or just Abingdon, is a historic market town and civil parish in the ceremonial county of Oxfordshire, England.
Abner Chipu (born 2 January 1972) is a retired South African long-distance runner.
Abolitionism in the United Kingdom was the movement in the late 18th and early 19th centuries to end the practice of slavery, whether formal or informal, in the United Kingdom, the British Empire and the world, including ending the Atlantic slave trade.
Abraham Darby, in his later life called Abraham Darby the Elder, now sometimes known for convenience as Abraham Darby I (14 April 1678 – 8 March 1717) was the first and best known of several men of that name.
General Sir Abraham Roberts (11 April 1784 – 28 December 1873) was a British East India Company Army general who served nearly 50 years in India.
Absolute Radio 90s is a spin-off service from Absolute Radio.
Abuse is the improper usage or treatment of an entity, often to unfairly or improperly gain benefit.
The Academy Cinema is a historic building on Cheltenham Road in the Stokes Croft area of Bristol, England.
Access to Music (now) was a UK-based independent training provider which specialised in industry-focused popular music and creative education.
To support the album the band announced their biggest headlining tour to date.
ACCU, previously known as Association of C and C++ Users, is a non-profit user group of people interested in software development, dedicated to raising the standard of computer programming.
Bernard Stanley "Acker" Bilk, (28 January 1929 – 2 November 2014) was an English clarinettist and vocalist known for his appearance – goatee, bowler hat and striped waistcoat – and breathy, vibrato-rich, lower-register clarinet style.
Acorn Computers Ltd. was a British computer company established in Cambridge, England, in 1978.
The Poor Relief Act 1601 (43 Eliz 1 c 2) was an Act of the Parliament of England.
Action for Blind People was a national sight loss charity in the United Kingdom, that provided help and support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages.
Ada Florence Remfry Hitchins (26 June 1891 – 4 January 1972) was the principal research assistant of British chemist Frederick Soddy, who won the Nobel prize in 1921 for work on radioactive elements and the theory of isotopes.
Ada Vachell or Ada Marian Vachell or Sister Ada (27 December 1866 – 29 December 1923) was a worker for people with disabilities in Bristol.
Thomas Adam Babington Boulton (born 15 February 1959) is a British journalist and broadcaster who is currently the Editor-at-large of Sky News, and presenter of All Out Politics & Week In Review.
Adam of Usk (Adda o Frynbuga, c. 1352 – 1430) was a Welsh priest, canonist, and late medieval historian and chronicler.
Adam John Shantry (born 13 November 1982) is an English cricketer.
Adela Blanche Stewart (1846–1910) was a notable New Zealand homemaker and writer.
Adeliza of Louvain, sometimes known in England as Adelicia of Louvain, also called Adela and Aleidis; (c. 1103 – 23 April 1151) was Queen of England from 1121 to 1135, as the second wife of King Henry I. She was the daughter of Godfrey I, Count of Louvain.
Adjoa Andoh (born 14 January 1963) is a British film, television, stage and radio actress.
Adlertag ("Eagle Day") was the first day of Unternehmen Adlerangriff ("Operation Eagle Attack"), which was the codename of a military operation by Nazi Germany's Luftwaffe (German air force) to destroy the British Royal Air Force (RAF).
The field forces of the British Army after the Army 2020 Refine reforms are organised, in garrison, as.
Adnan Virk (born July 29, 1978) is a Canadian sports anchor, currently working for ESPN.
Adolph Gysbert Malan, (24 March 1910 – 17 September 1963), better known as Sailor Malan, was a South African World War 2 fighter pilot and flying ace in the Royal Air Force who led No. 74 Squadron RAF during the Battle of Britain.
Adrian Lee Bird (born 8 July 1969) is an English former professional footballer who played 27 games in the Football League for Birmingham City.
Sir Adrian Cedric Boult, CH (8 April 1889 – 22 February 1983) was an English conductor.
Adrian Swayne Hollis (2 August 1940 – 26 February 2013) was an English classical scholar and correspondence chess grandmaster (title awarded in 1976).
Adriano Ferreira (born March 16, 1974) is a former professional tennis player from Brazil.
An adventure playground is a specific type of playground for children.
The Adventure-class ship was a class of eight 44-gun sailing two-decker warships of the Royal Navy, classed as a fifth rate like a frigate, but carrying two complete decks of guns, a lower battery of 18-pounders and an upper battery of 12-pounders.
Aerospace Bristol is an aerospace museum at Filton, to the north of Bristol, England.
The aerospace industry of the United Kingdom is the fourth-largest national aerospace industry in the world and the third largest in Europe, with a global market share of 6.4% in 2016.
An aerospace manufacturer is a company or individual involved in the various aspects of designing, building, testing, selling, and maintaining aircraft, aircraft parts, missiles, rockets, or spacecraft.
The Afraid of Heights Tour was a concert tour by Canadian rock band Billy Talent in support of their album, Afraid of Heights, which was released on July 29, 2016.
The African Company of Merchants or Company of Merchants Trading to Africa was a British Chartered Company operating from 1752 to 1821 in the Gold Coast area of modern Ghana.
African immigrants in Europe are either born in Africa or are of African descent but live in Europe.
The African Steamship Company was a British shipping line in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Afrika Eye is a film festival founded in 2005 in Bristol, England by Simon Bright and Ingrid Sinclair (the director of Flame (1996 film). It is described as 'the South West's biggest festival of African films and culture, held annually at Watershed (Bristol). It includes talks, exhibitions, workshops, cross-cultural entertainment as well as screenings of features, shorts and documentaries by filmmakers from, or with roots in, Africa.'.
After All The Wishing... is an album by Bristol musician Jim Johnston.
The After Laughter Tour is the fourth concert tour by American band Paramore, in support of their fifth album After Laughter (2017).
After the Ball is a musical by Noël Coward, based on Lady Windermere's Fan.
Afterlife (stylised as afterlife) is a British television drama series, produced by independent production company Clerkenwell Films for the ITV network.
The Age of Discovery, or the Age of Exploration (approximately from the beginning of the 15th century until the end of the 18th century) is an informal and loosely defined term for the period in European history in which extensive overseas exploration emerged as a powerful factor in European culture and was the beginning of globalization.
The Aggi Crew were a criminal drug gang based in the St Paul's district of Bristol.
Agnes Mary Claypole Moody (January 1, 1870 - 1954) was an American zoologist and professor of natural science.
Agnes Miegel (9 March 1879 in Königsberg, East Prussia – 26 October 1964 in Bad Salzuflen, West Germany) was a German author, journalist, and poet.
Agrosaurus (Greek agros meaning 'field' and sauros meaning 'lizard', "field lizard") is the name given to the remains of what was originally believed to be a Triassic prosauropod from Australia.
Aguelmis Rojas de Armas also Aquelmis Rojas (born March 28, 1978) is a male long-distance runner from Cuba.
Aikaterini Gegisian (Էկատերինի Գեգիսյան) is a visual artist of Greek-Armenian heritage living and working in London.
Air Scotland was a low-cost airline based in Glasgow, Scotland.
Air Southwest was a British airline founded by Sutton Harbour Holdings in 2003.
Airbus is a rock band from Portishead, near the city of Bristol in the UK.
The Airbus A340 is a long-range, four-engine, wide-body commercial passenger jet airliner that was developed and produced by the European aerospace company Airbus.
The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner manufactured by multi-national manufacturer Airbus.
Société Airlinair is a French regional airline based in Rungis, France, operating scheduled regional flights (some of which are on behalf of Air France), and aircraft lease services.
An airship or dirigible balloon is a type of aerostat or lighter-than-air aircraft that can navigate through the air under its own power.
Airways International Cymru was an airline based in Cardiff, Wales formed by Red Dragon Travel, at the time a leading Welsh travel agency and tour operator.
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (born 17 March 1980) is a Pakistani professional tennis player.
An aisle is, in general (common), a space for walking with rows of seats on both sides or with rows of seats on one side and a wall on the other.
Akwa Akpa, known to European colonists as Old Calabar or Duke Town, was an Efik city-state that flourished in the 19th century in what is now southern Nigeria.
Alun Ashworth-Jones (31 October 1945 – 1 June 2008), known as Al Jones, was an influential English folk and blues songwriter, guitarist and singer, noted for his distinctive and original folk-rock guitar style and his often darkly humorous lyrics.
Alan Francis Chalmers (born 1939) is a British-Australian philosopher of science and associate professor at the University of Sydney.
Alan K. Parrish is a professor of religious education at Brigham Young University (BYU) who has written books and articles related to American education and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), most notably a biography of John A. Widtsoe.
Alan McClatchey (born 16 September 1956) is a British former swimmer who competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and won a bronze medal as a member of the British 4x200-metre freestyle relay with Gordon Downie, David Dunne and Brian Brinkley.
Alan Major Millard (29 April 1856 – 6 July 1915) was an English solicitor who became an Australian politician.
Alan John George Morley MBE (born 25 June 1950 in Bristol, England) is a former English rugby union player.
Alan Charles Rawlinson, (31 July 1918 – 27 August 2007) was an Australian airman and fighter ace of World War II.
Alan Butler (22 November 1898 —24 May 1987), full name Alan Samuel Butler, was (claimed his obituary in The Times) the first private aeroplane owner-driver.
Alan Frederick Weeks (8 September 1923, in Bristol – 11 June 1996, in Hove, East Sussex) was a British television sports reporter and commentator.
Alan Williams (3 June 1938 – 18 May 2017) was an English footballer who made more than 550 appearances in the Football League playing as a centre half for Bristol City, Oldham Athletic, Watford, Newport County and Swansea Town.
Alastair Nigel Bressington (born 28 November 1979) is a former English cricketer and rugby union player.
Alastair Ross Goobey CBE (6 December 1945 – 2 February 2008) was a leading British investment manager and pension fund manager.
The Albacore-class gunboat was a class of 98 gunboats built for the Royal Navy in 1855–56 for use in the Crimean War.
Albert John Banfield (5 May 1912 – q3 1970) was an English professional footballer who played as an inside forward in the Football League for Bristol City and York City and was on the books of Clapton Orient without making a league appearance.
Albert Edward Clapp (3 May 1867 – 3 June 1936) was an English professional cricketer who played for Somerset and Shropshire between 1885 and 1895.
Arthur (aka Albert) Gingell (born 30 September 1883 in Bristol - died 20 February 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA) was a British wrestler who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics.
Albert Hybart JP (1865 - 28 January 1945) was a Welsh rugby union forward who played club rugby for Canton Wanderers RFC, Canton RFC, Cardiff and international rugby for Wales.
Albert Edward Charles North (20 December 1877 – 4 June 1933) played first-class cricket for Somerset and Gloucestershire between 1903 and 1912.
Albert Oehlen (born 1954 in Krefeld, West Germany) is a contemporary German artist.
Captain Albert James Prince-Cox (8 August 1890 – 1967) was a football manager, player and referee, boxer, boxing promoter and a fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society.
Albert Edward Waters (8 May 1902 – 25 June 1985) was an English cricketer.
Albert Edward Mark Whittle (16 September 1877 – 18 March 1917) was a first-class cricketer who played for Warwickshire and Somerset.
Albion was a sailing ship of two decks and three masts, built at Bristol, England, and launched in 1813.
Sir Albion Rajkumar Banerjee CSI CIE (10 October 1871 – 25 February 1950) was an Indian civil servant and administrator who served as the Diwan of Cochin from 1907 to 1914, Diwan of Mysore kingdom from 1922 to 1926 and as Prime Minister of Kashmir from 1927 to 1929.
Alderley (also previously known as Alderleigh) is a village and civil parish in the Stroud district of Gloucestershire, England, about fourteen miles southwest of Stroud and two miles south of Wotton-under-Edge.
The Alderman Proctor's Drinking Fountain is a historic building on Clifton Down, Bristol, England.
Aldermaston is a mostly rural, dispersed settlement, civil parish and electoral ward in Berkshire, England.
Aldersley Junction is the name of the canal junction where the Birmingham Main Line Canal terminates and meets the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal near to Oxley, north Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England.
Alexander 'Alec' Donald (born 29 May 1900 in Kirkintilloch) was a professional footballer who played in Scotland, England and the USA in the 1920s and 1930s.
Alec Mildren (1915–1998) was active in Australian motor racing as a driver from 1938 to 1961, and subsequently as the owner of Alec Mildren Racing.
Alec Ethelbert Winstone (14 March 1879 – 29 March 1963) was an English cricketer.
Alex Ball (born 4 August 1981) is a footballer who played in The Football League for Bristol City.
Alexander Isaac Beresford (born 17 October 1980) is an English weather presenter for ITV.
Alex Boyé (born August 16, 1970) is a British-American singer and actor.
Alex Brown (born 17 May 1979 in Bristol) is a former English rugby union player, who played at lock position.
Alexander Grant (born 27 August 1982), professionally known as Alex da Kid, is a British music producer from Wood Green, London.
Alexander Roy "Alex" Deakin (born 1974 in North Ferriby) is a weatherman for the Met Office.
Alex Hartley (born 1963) is a British artist whose work addresses complicated and sometimes contradictory attitudes toward built environments and landscapes.
Alex Hutchings is a professional guitarist based in Bristol, United Kingdom.
Malcolm Alexander "Alex" Kersey-Brown (18 November 1942 – 23 November 2015) was an English-born Welsh rugby union, and professional rugby league footballer of the 1960s and 1970s.
Alex Lee (born 16 March 1970 in Bristol) is an English musician.
Alexandra "Alex" Lovell (born 28 March 1973) is an English television presenter.
Alexander 'Alex' Munro (3 October 1944 – 24 May 2009) was a Scottish footballer who spent his career playing in England and South Africa.
Alex Oliver Quinn (born 1969) is a British sculptor / artist.
Alex Woodburn is an English professional rugby union player who plays for Gloucester.
Alexander ArnoldBirths, Marriages & Deaths Index of England and Wales, 1916–2005 A45B (born 21 December 1992) is an English actor, singer, and musician, best known for his role as Rich Hardbeck in the E4 teen drama Skins.
The Reverend Alexander Catcott (1725–1779) was an English geologist and theologian born in Bristol, who became the vicar of Temple Church, Bristol and the author of numerous works on science and theology.
Alexander Day (also known as Marmaduke Davenport, Esq.) was a British sharper known for cons committed in London in September 1722.
Alexander Fletcher Jones (1854 – 16 February 1878) was a Welsh amateur footballer who played at centre-forward for Wales in their second international match against Scotland in March 1877.
Alexander Abdelmajeed (Alex) Khateeb (born 8 June 1984) is a British racing driver, currently driving in Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0.
Alexander Richard William L'Estrange (born 7 April 1974) is an English composer of choral music and music for television and an arranger for world-class vocal ensembles.
Sir Alexander Malcolm MacEwen (10 January 1875 – 29 June 1941) was a Scottish solicitor, provost and the first leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Sir Alexander Campbell Mackenzie KCVO (22 August 184728 April 1935) was a Scottish composer, conductor and teacher best known for his oratorios, violin and piano pieces, Scottish folk music and works for the stage.
Alexander Selkirk (167613 December 1721) was a Scottish privateer and Royal Navy officer who spent four years and four months as a castaway (1704–1709) after being marooned by his captain on an uninhabited island in the South Pacific Ocean.
Alexander Stopford Catcott (1692–1749) was an English churchman from Bristol, and headmaster of Bristol Grammar School from 1722 to 1743 or 1744.
Alexandra Boyd is a British actress, writer and filmmaker.
Alfred William Matthews (28 April 1901 – 1985) was an English professional footballer who made nearly 300 appearances in the Football League playing for Bristol City, Exeter City, Plymouth Argyle and Doncaster Rovers.
Alfred Nelmes (1871 – February 1940) was an English professional footballer who played as a wing half.
Alfred William Oakes (22 July 1901 – 25 December 1967) was an English professional footballer who made 72 appearances in the Football League playing for Millwall, Birmingham, New Brighton, Wigan Borough and Barnsley.
Alfred George 'Alfie' Biggs (8 February 1936 – 20 April 2012) was an English professional footballer, who spent the vast majority of his career at Bristol Rovers.
Alfred Giovanni Roncalli Boe (born 29 September 1973) is an English tenor and actor, notably performing in musical theatre.
Alfred Walter Henry Allen, Baron Allen of Fallowfield, CBE (7 July 1914 – 14 January 1985) was a British trade unionist and governor of the BBC.
Alfred Dearlove (3 August 1869 – 17 March 1955) was an English cricketer.
Alfred Downing Fripp (22 April 1822 – 13 March 1895) was a British artist who specialised in watercolours of rural subjects.
Alfred Frank Hardiman (21 May 1891 – 17 April 1949) was an English sculptor.
Alfred George Fletcher Hall-Davis (21 June 1924 – 20 November 1979) was a British Conservative Party politician.
Alfred Henry Brown (1818 – 20 February 1907) was a Station owner and Member of the Queensland Legislative Council.
Alfred Edmund Hudd (1846 – 7 October 1920) was a native of Clifton, Bristol, England.
Alfred John Raymond (1 February 1856 – 14 October 1935) was timber merchant and politician in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Alfred Cosier Morris CBE DL (born 12 November 1941)"Morris, Alfred Cosier", Who's Who 2008, A & C Black, 2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, December 2007 is a British academic.
Alfred John Sutton Pippard MBE FRS (6 April 1891 – 2 November 1969) was a British civil engineer and academic.
Alfred the Gorilla (– 9 March 1948) arrived in Bristol Zoo, in England, in 1930 and became a popular attraction and animal celebrity.
Alice Chestre (sometimes written "Chester" or "Chestour") (died 1485) was a merchant and a benefactor of the city of Bristol, England.
Alice Jane Evans is an English actress.
Alice May Roberts (born 19 May 1973) is an English anatomist, osteoarchaeologist, physical anthropologist, palaeopathologist, television presenter and author.
Alien 4 is the twentieth studio album by the English space rock group Hawkwind, released in 1995.
Alison Gill (born 23 August 1966 in Bristol) is a British rower.
Alistair Edward Julian Bunkall is Defence Correspondent for Sky News, the 24-hour television news service operated by Sky Television, part of British Sky Broadcasting.
Alive and Cooking is an Australian television cooking show hosted by celebrity chef James Reeson.
All Is Yes is the 2008 (see 2008 in music) debut album by Get the Blessing (known as The Blessing at the time of its release), the jazz rock quartet based in Bristol, England.
The All Night Long Tour is the debut concert tour by British pop/R&B singer Alexandra Burke.
All Saints is a closed Anglican church in Corn Street, Bristol.
All Saints' Church, Newchurch is a parish church in the Church of England located in Newchurch, Isle of Wight, England.
All Star Wrestling is a British Professional wrestling promotion also known as All Star Promotions, Superslam Wrestling and Big Time Wrestling and originally known as Wrestling Enterprises (of Birkenhead), run by Brian Dixon and based in Liverpool, England.
All the Lights in the Sky is the debut album by the English Rock band Area 11.
All the Plans is Starsailor's fourth studio album.
All This Life is the fifth studio album by English rock band Starsailor and was released on 1 September 2017.
All You Need Is Now was a worldwide concert tour by British new wave band Duran Duran in support of the group's 13th studio album with the same name, which was released exclusively on iTunes on 21 December 2010 and the expanded physical album and various format special packages was released on 22 March 2011.
The Alleged Lunatics' Friend Society was an advocacy group started by former asylum patients and their supporters in 19th century Britain.
Allen Algernon Bathurst, Lord Apsley, DSO, MC, TD, DL (3 August 1895 – 17 December 1942) was a British Army officer and Conservative Party politician.
Sir Allen Lane (born Allen Lane Williams; 21 September 1902 – 7 July 1970) was a British publisher who together with his brothers Richard and John Lane founded Penguin Books in 1935, bringing high-quality paperback fiction and non-fiction to the mass market.
Allflaws is an English electronic, industrial and trip hop project, created in 2004 by Gabriel Curran in Bristol, United Kingdom.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris is an architecture practice based in Clerkenwell, London, with offices in Bristol and Oklahoma.
Allied Breweries was the result of a 1961 merger between Ind Coope (of Burton), Ansells (of Birmingham), and Tetley Walker (of Leeds).
Allied Domecq PLC was an international company, headquartered in Bristol, United Kingdom, that operated spirits, wine, and quick service restaurant businesses.
Allison McGourty is an award-winning film producer and screenwriter.
Almina Herbert, Countess of Carnarvon (15 August 1876 – 8 May 1969), was the wife of George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon, and châtelaine of Highclere Castle in Hampshire.
Almondsbury is a large village near junction 16 of the M5 motorway, in South Gloucestershire, England, and a civil parish which also includes the villages of Hortham, Gaunt's Earthcott, Over, Easter Compton, Compton Greenfield, and Hallen.
Almondsbury Football Club is a football club based in Almondsbury, near Bristol, England.
The Almondsbury Interchange in South Gloucestershire, is one of the United Kingdom's largest motorway stack interchanges.
Almondsbury Town Association Football Club was a football club based in Almondsbury, near Bristol, England.
Aloysius Schmeichel "Alo" Creevey is a fictional character from the third generation of the British teen drama Skins.
Alpha is an English post-trip hop group.
AlphaSphere is an electronic musical instrument that was designed and developed by nu desine, an award winning company based in Bristol, UK.
An altar is any structure upon which offerings such as sacrifices are made for religious purposes, and by extension the 'Holy table' of post-reformation Anglican churches.
Alterian is a campaign management and real-time marketing software company headquartered in Denver, CO with offices in Bristol, UK and Sydney, Australia.
Altran UK (formerly known as Altran Praxis, Praxis High Integrity Systems, Praxis Critical Systems, Altran Xype, Xype and Altran Technologies) is a division of parent company Altran.
Alveston in South Gloucestershire, England, is a village, civil parish and former manor inhabited in 2014 by about 3000 people The village lies about south of Thornbury and approximately north of Bristol.
Amalric-Frédéric Buscarlet (1836 in Nice – 19 February 1928 in Pau) worked in turn in Italy, Switzerland and France as a minister of the Church of Scotland.
Amazon is a long screw schooner ex-steam yacht built in 1885 at the private Arrow Yard of Tankerville Chamberlayne in Southampton.
The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) is a major international theatre organisation headquartered in the United Kingdom, with offices in Woking (head office), London, New York, Sydney, Mannheim and Cologne.
Amber Reed (born 3 April 1991) is an English rugby union player.
Amebix were an English hardcore punk band.
Amelia Bayntun (31 March 1919 – January 1988) was an English actress.
Amelia Elizabeth Dyer (née Hobley; 1837 – 10 June 1896) was one of the most prolific serial-killers in history, murdering infants in her care over a 20-year period in Victorian Britain.
America Meredith is a Swedish-Cherokee painter, printmaker, educator, and editor of First American Art Magazine, living in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Ames Hellicar (2 March 1847 – 27 December 1907) was a New Zealand cricketer.
The Amesbury and Military Camp Light Railway (also known as the Bulford Camp Railway) was a branch line in Wiltshire, England, constructed under a light railway order dated 24 September 1898.
Amici Forever is a band of four classically trained singers who mix opera with pop music (operatic pop).
Amos Simon Cottle (1766–1800) was an English translator and poet.
Amputated are a British brutal death metal band from Bristol, England.
Amy Sedgwick or Sarah Gardiner (27 October 1835 – 7 November 1897) was a British actress.
Amy Victoria Wadge (born 22 December 1975) is a British singer-songwriter based in Wales but originally from Bristol.
Amy Willerton (born 18 August 1992 in Bristol) is a British TV presenter, model and beauty pageant titleholder.
Air Vice Marshal Amyas Eden Borton, (20 September 1886 – 15 August 1969) was a pilot and commander in the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War and a senior commander in the Royal Air Force during the 1920s.
The Anchor Society is a charitable organization based in Bristol, England.
Ancient Aliens is an American television series that premiered on April 20, 2010, on the History channel.
Andalusia Academy is an independent school in the city of Bristol, England.
Anderson & Lembke (A&L) was a Swedish business-to-business advertising agency started in 1963.
Andes to Amazon is a nature documentary TV series co-produced by the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol, England and Animal Planet, first transmitted in the UK on BBC2 in November 2000.
André Gagnaux (died February 1996), who was a Swiss, was the first President of the World Confederation of Billiard Sports (WCBS) and the former President of the Union Mondiale de Billard (UMB).
Andrée Peel (February 3, 1905 – March 5, 2010 (105)) was one of a couple of women known as Agent Rose (the other being Eileen Nearne).
Andrea Green (born 14 December 1968) is an English long-distance runner, specialising in the half-marathon.
Andres Carciente is a Venezuelan pianist.
Andrew I. Adamatzky (А.) is a Russian and English computer scientist, a professor in the department of computer science at the University of the West of England in Bristol, where he works in the International Center of Unconventional Computing.
Andrew Barker (died 1577), was an English merchant.
Andrew Bracey (born 1978) is an English artist, currently based in Manchester.
Andrew Crosse (17 June 1784 – 6 July 1855) was a British amateur scientist who was born and died at Fyne Court, Broomfield, Somerset.
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (born 6 December 1977) is an English former international cricketer and current broadcaster.
Andrew Gifford (1700–1784) was an English Baptist minister and numismatist.
Andrew Harvey (born 3 March 1944) is a British journalist, who over a period of thirty years has presented most of main television news programmes of the BBC and ITN.
Andrew Piers Marsden Hilton (born 21 October 1947) is an English actor, theatre director, and author best known for the creation of the Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory company in Bristol in 1999.
Andrew William Seymour Hutchings (3 December 1907 – 30 October 1996) was a British trade union leader.
Andrew Philip Michael Ibrahim (born 25 January 1989) is a British Muslim convert, also known as Isa Ibrahim after his conversion to Islam.
Andrew Brooke Miller FRSL (born 29 April 1960) is an English novelist.
Andrew Nisbet (born August 1960) is a Director of Key West Holdings, which holds his family's interests in catering supplies and property.
Andrew Norman (born 27 June 1980) is a former English professional snooker player from Bristol.
Andrew James Pennington (1 February 1960 – 28 January 2000) was a British politician, and a posthumous recipient of the George Medal in 2001.
Andrew Pierce (born 1961) is an English journalist, editor, author and broadcaster.
Andrew Pitman is a British atmospheric scientist.
Andrew Noble Pope (14 November 1861 – 18 April 1942) was an English cricketer.
Andrew William Pozzi (born 15 May 1992) is a British hurdling athlete.
Andrew Richardson (born 14 March 1974) is a former professional tennis player from Great Britain.
Andrew Selby (born 25 December 1988) is a professional boxer from Barry, Wales, competing in the Flyweight division.
Andrew Sherborne (born 11 March 1961) is an English professional golfer.
Emory Andrew Tate III (born December 14, 1986) is an American-British kickboxer from Chicago, Illinois, who competes in the cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions.
Andrew Turton (born 1938 in Bristol) is a British anthropologist, specialised on Thailand and the Tai peoples of Southeast Asia.
Andrew Lee Isaac Vowles (born 10 November 1967), also known as Mushroom, is a founding member of the British music and art collective Massive Attack.
Andrew Machell Wilson (born 14 November 1960) is a former Sky News presenter.
Andrew Wynter (1819- 12 May 1876, Chiswick) was an English physician and author.
Andy Byatt is an English wildlife documentary film producer for the BBC Natural History Unit (NHU) in Bristol.
The following is a list of solo albums by Therapy? frontman Andy Cairns.
Andy Council is an illustrator and graffiti artist from Bristol, UK.
Andy Ford (born 1958, Bristol, England) is an award-winning English comedian, actor, writer and singer.He is rated among the top Ten best comics in Britain by the 'Stage Newspaper' and won the best stand up show last year at the 'Lost Review Comedy Awards'.
Andy "The Viking" Fordham (born 2 February 1962) is an English darts player.
Andrew "Andy" F. Gresh III (born October 26, 1974 in Brownsville) is an American sports broadcaster in New England.
Andrew Gurney (born 25 January 1974) is an English footballer.
Andy Hamilton is an English writer of two books, The Selfsufficientish Bible and Booze for Free.
Andy Hornby (born 21 January 1967) is an English businessman, currently chief executive of the bookmakers Coral and Chairman of the online pharmacy retailer Pharmacy2U.
Andy Hunter (born 1974) is a British Christian DJ and composer of electronic dance music.
Andrew James Johnson (born 2 May 1974) is a former Wales international football midfielder who last played for King's Lynn.
Andy Llewellyn (born 26 February 1966) is an English former professional footballer who played as a right back.
Andy Metcalfe (born 3 March 1956, Bristol, England) is an English bassist, keyboardist and producer, who played mainly with The Soft Boys (with Robyn Hitchcock, 1976–1979), Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians (1984–1994), and with Squeeze off and on during the period 1985-1994.
Andy Parsons (born 15 May 1981) is a professional English darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation events.
Andy Puddicombe (b. 23 September 1972) is a British author, public speaker and a teacher of meditation and mindfulness.
Andrew John Radford (called "Andy"; (Accessed 19 January 2017) 26 January 194421 May 2006) was an Anglican Evangelical bishop and religious broadcaster.
Andy Sheppard (born 20 January 1957) is a British jazz saxophonist and composer.
James Sinclair (born 26 March 1991 in Worcester) is an English rugby union player for Worcester Warriors in the Aviva Premiership.
Andy Torbet (born 1976) is a British underwater explorer, skydiver, adventurer and TV presenter; most notably the BBC's The One Show, Coast, Operation Iceberg and The People Remember.
Andrew Phillip Rees Williams (born 8 October 1977) is a former professional footballer who played as a winger.
"Angel" is a song by English trip hop group Massive Attack.
The Angel Hotel is a hotel on a prominent corner of Castle Street/Westgate Street in the centre of Cardiff, Wales.
Angela Douglas (born 29 October 1940), born Angela McDonagh, is an English actress.
Angellica Bell is a British television and radio presenter, best known for her roles on The One Show and for winning the 2017 series of Celebrity MasterChef.
Angels with Dirty Faces is the third album of Bristol, England musician Tricky, released in 1998.
The Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) is a mission society that seeks to establish Anglican churches in England outside the Church of England.
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Angus Harrison is from Bristol, England.
Angus Gary Young Scott (born 8 May 1967 in Bristol) is a British sports television presenter.
Anita Frances Mason (born 1942) is an English novelist, best known as a former Booker Prize nominee.
Ann Lovell (c.1811–15 December 1869), her husband James and their children were the first European settlers in Golden Bay at Motupipi, east of Takaka, New Zealand.
Ann Lund is an award winning journalist based in Brisbane, Australia.
Ann Yearsley, née Cromartie (1753–1806), was an English poet and writer.
Anna Letitia Waring (or Anna Laetitia Waring) (19 April 1823 – 10 May 1910) was a Welsh poet and hymn-writer.
Anna Maria (Horwood) Falconbridge was the first English woman to give a narrative account of experiences in Africa.
Anna Palk (23 October 1941 – 1 July 1990) was an English actress.
Anna, Lady Miller (1741 – 24 June 1781) was an English poet, travel writer and salon hostess.
Annabel Abbs (born 20 October 1964) is an English writer and author.
Anne Margaret Diamond (born 8 September 1954) is a British journalist and broadcaster.
Anne Orthwood's bastard trial took place in 1663 in the then relatively new royal Colony of Virginia.
Anne Steele (pen name, Theodosia; 171711 November 1778) was an English Baptist and hymn writer and essayist.
Annette Curtis Klause (born June 20, 1953) is an English-American writer and librarian, specializing in young adult fiction.
Anna Maria (Annie) Keary (3 March 18253 March 1879) was an English novelist and poet, and an innovative children's writer.
Annie St John (born Ann Florence Heywood; 8 September 1954 - 10 December 1990) was a British television broadcaster.
In the Great Britain road numbering scheme, Great Britain is divided into numbered zones, the boundaries of which are usually defined by single-digit roads.
William Anstey Giles (29 June 1860 – 7 May 1944), generally known as Anstey Giles, was a surgeon and medical administrator in Adelaide, South Australia.
The Antelope Ground, Southampton was a sports ground that was the first home of both Hampshire County Cricket Club, who played there prior to 1884, and of Southampton, who played there from 1887 to 1896 as "Southampton St. Mary's F.C." The ground was situated on the east side of St Mary's Road at the corner of the present-day Brinton's Terrace and extended south to Clovelly Road and east to Exmoor Road.
Anthony "Tiny Bubz" Biuso (born August 19, 1970) is best known for his drumming in the punk bands T.S.O.L. The Dickies and Hed (pe).
Anthony Cave Brown (March 21, 1929 in Bath - July 14, 2006 in Warrenton, Virginia) was an English-American journalist, espionage non-fiction writer, and historian.
Sir Anthony Hastings George KCMG (乔治爵士; 1886 – 9 January 1944) was a British diplomat, who served as British Consul-General in Shanghai and Boston during the Second World War.
Anthony John Ireland (born 30 August 1984) is a cricketer from Zimbabwe.
David Anthony Jacobs, Baron Jacobs, known as Anthony Jacobs (13 November 1931 – 21 June 2014) was a British businessman and an Independent politician.
Anthony Granville Marshall (10 September 1932 – 5 December 1988) was an English cricketer.
Anthony Milner (13 May 192522 September 2002) was a British composer, teacher and conductor.
Anthony Norris Groves (1 February 1795 – 20 May 1853) was an English Protestant missionary and the "father of faith missions".
Anthony James Pulis (born 21 July 1984) is a Welsh former footballer who is currently the head coach of Saint Louis FC.
Anthony Sawyer (born April 29, 1980 in Bristol, England) is a British skeleton racer.
Anthony Robin Windows (born 25 September 1942) is a former English cricketer.
Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers (c. 144025 June 1483), Knight of the Garter, was an English nobleman, courtier, bibliophile and writer.
Anti-Aircraft Command (AA Command, or "Ack-Ack Command") was a British Army command of the Second World War that controlled the Territorial Army anti-aircraft artillery and searchlight formations and units defending the United Kingdom.
The anti-austerity movement in the United Kingdom saw major demonstrations throughout 2011.
Anti-Fascist Action (AFA) was a militant anti-fascist organisation founded in the UK in 1985, by a wide range of anti-racist and anti-fascist organisations.
The Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 (c.38) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which almost entirely applies only to England and Wales.
The Antigua honeymoon murders refers to the murder of Ben Mullany, (1977–2008), and Catherine Mullany, (1977–2008), two British newlywed health professionals (a student physiotherapist and doctor) who were murdered during their honeymoon in Antigua, and its aftereffects.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antlers Gallery is a commercial gallery based in Bristol England.
Antonio Williams (1825–1908) was a seaman first class serving in the United States Navy who received the Medal of Honor for bravery.
Antony Woodward is a British writer (born 1963).
Antony James Llewellyn, known by his stage name Anttix, is an English recording artist and songwriter.
Apartment were an English post-punk band formed in Bristol, UK in late 1978.
The Apocryphon Tour was a worldwide concert tour by American heavy metal band The Sword, in promotion of the band's 2012 fourth studio album Apocryphon.
In mathematics, an Apollonian gasket or Apollonian net is a fractal generated starting from a triple of circles, each tangent to the other two, and successively filling in more circles, each tangent to another three.
Appalachia Service Project or ASP is a non-governmental organization which was founded in 1969.
The Appeal to Reason Tour was a concert tour by punk band Rise Against, taking place between 2008–2010, in support of their fifth studio album Appeal to Reason.
The Appetite for Destruction Tour, by American hard rock band Guns N' Roses, promoted their debut album Appetite for Destruction, released in July 1987.
In the United Kingdom, Approved Premises (AP), formerly known as probation or bail hostels, are residential units which house offenders in the community.
The following events occurred in April 1949.
April Janet Pearson (born 23 January 1989) is an English actress, best known for her role as Michelle Richardson in the E4 teen drama series Skins.
Aquila is a British children's television show which aired on the BBC from 1997 to 1998.
Rev. Archibald Hugh Conway Fargus MA (15 December 1878 – 6 October 1963) was an English cricketer who was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast.
Archibald Vivian Hill (26 September 1886 – 3 June 1977), known as A. V. Hill, was an English physiologist, one of the founders of the diverse disciplines of biophysics and operations research.
Archibald Matthias Dunn FRIBA, JP, (1832 – 17 January 1917) was, with his partner Edward Joseph Hansom, among the foremost Catholic architects in North East England during the Victorian era.
Walter Archibald Annan (23 March 1877 – 1949) was a Scottish professional footballer in the years prior to World War I. A full back, he made over 170 appearances in the Football League.
Archibald Campbell Elson Garrett (17 June 1919 – 10 April 1994) was a Scottish professional footballer who played in the Football League for Preston North End, Northampton Town and Birmingham City, and in the Scottish Football League for Heart of Midlothian.
Arthur "Archie" Stephens (born 19 May 1954) is a retired footballer.
Are You Scared To Get Happy? was an influential music fanzine published from Bristol, United Kingdom between 1985 and 1987 by Matt Haynes and Mark Carnell.
The Arena browser (also known as the Arena WWW Browser) is an early (now discontinued) testbed Web browser and Web authoring tool for Unix.
Argyll Foods plc was the 4th biggest supermarket operator in the United Kingdom, through its acquisitions of a number of smaller supermarkets.
Ariel Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer based in Bournbrook, Birmingham.
ARKive is a global initiative with the mission of "promoting the conservation of the world's threatened species, through the power of wildlife imagery", which it does by locating and gathering films, photographs and audio recordings of the world's species into a centralised digital archive.
Arlingham is a village and civil parish in the Stroud District of Gloucestershire, England.
Armada House (previously known as Nova House) is in Telephone Avenue, Off Baldwin Street, Bristol It was built in 1903 by Henry Williams, and is now used as offices and a conference centre.
Armine Margaret Sandford (1928 – 4 January 2011) was an English actress and news presenter Born in St Germans, Cornwall, Sandford was the daughter of a doctor who practiced at Exeter.
Armstrong Hall (1853-1921) was Archdeacon of Richmond from 1908 until his death.
Arnaq or Egnock (– November 1577) was a Canadian Native American woman captured by Sir Martin Frobisher on his second journey to find the North West passage.
Arniston was an East Indiaman that made eight voyages for the British East India Company (EIC).
Arno's Court Triumphal Arch is in Junction Rd, Brislington, Bristol, England.
Arnold Crowther (born 7 October 1909 in Chatham, Kent of the UK - died 1 May 1974) was a skilled stage magician, ventriloquist, and puppeteer, and was married to Patricia Crowther.
William Arnold Ridley, OBE (7 January 1896 – 12 March 1984) was an English playwright and actor, first notable as the author of the play The Ghost Train and later in life for portraying the elderly Private Godfrey in the British sitcom Dad's Army (1968–1977).
Arnold Wathen Robinson RWA, FMGP (1888–1955) was an English stained-glass artist.
Arnolfini is an international arts centre and gallery in Bristol, England.
Arnos Vale is the name of several places.
Arnos Vale Cemetery (also written Arno's Vale Cemetery), located in Arnos Vale, Bristol, England, was established in 1837.
Rabbi Dr Arnost Zvi Ehrman is best known for his work as editor of the Talmud El Am (cf below).
Arriva is a multinational public transport company headquartered in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom.
Arriva TrainCare, formerly LNWR is a railway rolling stock maintenance company.
Arriva UK Trains Limited is the company that oversees Arriva's train operating companies in the United Kingdom.
Arron Fraser Andrew Banks (born 22 March 1966) is a British businessman and political donor.
Art Objects were a Bristol-based post-punk band who later evolved into the Blue Aeroplanes.
Arthur Edward "Art" Satherley (October 19, 1889 – February 10, 1986) was a record producer and A&R man, who was born in England but spent most of his career in the United States.
Arth – The Destination (or Arth 2) is a 2017 Pakistani romantic drama film, written, directed and co-produced by Shaan Shahid under his banner 5th Element.
Arthur Barrow (19 July 1897 – 19 July 1943) was an English cricketer.
Arthur Brough (born Frederick Arthur Baker; 26 February 1905 – 28 May 1978) was a British actor and theatre founder, producer and director best known for portraying the character of senior menswear salesman Ernest Grainger on the BBC sitcom Are You Being Served?.
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies (28 February 1871 – 19 May 1928) was a British expert on heraldry.
Arthur Creech Jones (15 May 1891 – 23 October 1964) was a British trade union official and politician.
Arthur Eustace Morgan (26 July 1886 – 3 February 1972) was the eighth Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University.
The Reverend Arthur Eustace Southon (16 February 1887 - 30 December 1964), usually known as A. E. Southon, was an English minister in the Methodist Church, and author.
The Second Arthur Guinness (12 March 1768 – 9 June 1855) was a successful brewer, banker, politician and flour miller in Dublin, Ireland.
Sir Arthur Lyon Bowley (Bristol, 6 November 1869 – Surrey, 21 January 1957) was an English statistician and economist who worked on economic statistics and pioneered the use of sampling techniques in social surveys.
Arthur Mannering Tyndall, CBE, FRS, LLD (18 September 1881 – 29 October 1961) was an English physicist from Bristol, England.
Arthur Mills Lea (10 August 1868 – 29 February 1932) was an Australian entomologist.
Clement Arthur Milton (10 March 1928 – 25 April 2007) was an English cricketer and footballer.
Arthur Robert Morris MBE (19 January 1922 – 22 August 2015) was an Australian cricketer who played 46 Test matches between 1946 and 1955.
Arthur Morris was a key member of Donald Bradman's famous Australian cricket team, which toured England in 1948.
Arthur George Nichols (born 20 April 1858, date of death unknown) was an Australian politician.
Arthur Nott (13 August 1881 – 28 December 1959) was an English cricketer.
Group Captain Arthur Hicks Peck (25 April 1889 – 14 February 1975) was an officer of the British Royal Air Force, who was a flying ace credited with eight aerial victories in World War I.
Arthur Edward Penduck (1883 – 5 December 1924) was an English cricketer.
Arthur Pickering (1878 – 15 December 1939) was an English cricketer.
Arthur Rendle Short (6 January 1880 – 14 September 1953) was a professor of surgery at Bristol University and author.
Arthur Frederick Richards, 1st Baron Milverton (21 February 1885 – 27 October 1978), was a British colonial administrator who over his career served as Governor of North Borneo, Gambia, Fiji, Jamaica, and Nigeria.
Arthur Robinson (22 June 1855 – 24 February 1913) was an English cricketer.
Arthur Serjeant (16 September 1856 – 8 October 1916) was an English cricketer.
Arthur Spear (1883 – 12 December 1946) was an English professional association football player in the years prior to the First World War.
Arthur Jack Weare (born 21 September 1912, date of death unknown) was a professional footballer, who played as a goalkeeper in The Football League for Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham United, and Bristol Rovers.
Arthur Wilberforce Jose (4 September 1863 – 22 January 1934) was an English-Australian historian and editor of the Australian Encyclopaedia.
Arthur Young (2 September 1898 – 24 February 1959) was an English actor, notable for roles including Gladstone in the 1951 The Lady with a Lamp.
Articulated buses, popularly called "bendy buses," were introduced to London in October 2001 when six Wright Eclipse Fusion bodied Volvo B7LAs were hired from First Hampshire & Dorset for a trial on route 207 between Shepherds Bush and Uxbridge.
Arthur Moore (1887 – 20 January 1949) was a Welsh wireless operator who heard a distress signal from before news of the disaster arrived in the UK.
Artikal Music UK is a British Dubstep record label founded in 2012 by J:Kenzo & Mosaix.
An Artists Open House is a special example of an Open Studio whereby the studio is a residential venue, usually a house or a garden.
"As with Gladness Men of Old" is an Epiphany hymn, written by William Chatterton Dix on 6 January 1859 (Epiphany) while he was ill in bed.
ASDAN (Award Scheme Development and Accreditation Network) is a British education charity and awarding organisation, headquartered in Bristol.
Ashestoangels are a horror punk six piece hailing from Bristol, UK.
Ashley is one of thirty-five council wards in the city of Bristol in the United Kingdom.
Ashley Down is an area in the north of Bristol.
Ashley Peter Fox (born 15 November 1969Who's who for second forename,birthplace, parents, marriage and family details) is a British Member of the European Parliament, representing the South West England & Gibraltar for the Conservative Party.
Ashley Hill railway station was a railway station serving the area of Ashley Down in the north of Bristol, England.
Ashley Pharoah (born 13 September 1959) is a British screenwriter and television producer.
The Ashton Avenue Bridge is a former road-rail bridge located in Bristol, England.
Ashton Court is a mansion house and estate to the west of Bristol in England.
The Ashton Court Festival was an outdoor music festival held annually in mid-July on the grounds of Ashton Court, just outside Bristol, England.
Ashton Gate Brewery Co Ltd (also known for a time as Hardwick and Co Ltd) was a brewing company based in Bristol, UK.
Ashton Gate railway station was a railway station serving the Ashton Gate area of Bristol, England, which included Ashton Gate football ground, the home ground of Bristol City F.C..
Ashton Gate is a stadium in Ashton Gate, Bristol, England, and is the home of Bristol City F.C. and the Bristol Bears.
Ashton Gate is a suburb of Bristol, United Kingdom, in the Southville ward of Bristol City Council.
Ashton Park School is a mixed gender secondary school with foundation status, located in the Bower Ashton area of Bristol, England.
Ashton Vale is a suburb located in the Bedminster ward of Bristol, United Kingdom.
Aspects are a hip hop group from Bristol, England; the outfit's core members being emcees El Eye, Mantis and Bubber Loui.
Assembly of God Bethlehem Ministry also has Churches in other parts of the United States and other countries in the world.
The courts of assize, or assizes, were periodic courts held around England and Wales until 1972, when together with the quarter sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act 1971 and replaced by a single permanent Crown Court.
Asylosaurus (meaning "unharmed or sanctuary lizard") is a genus of basal sauropodomorph dinosaur from the Late Triassic of England.
The Atlantic slave trade or transatlantic slave trade involved the transportation by slave traders of enslaved African people, mainly to the Americas.
Atlantis Resources is a vertically integrated turbine supplier and project owner in the tidal power industry based in Singapore, Edinburgh and Bristol.
Atlas Professionals is a Dutch provider of recruitment and HR services within the energy and marine sectors globally, and has its headquarters in Hoofddorp.
The Atom Heart Mother World Tour was an international concert tour by Pink Floyd.
Attack Pro Wrestling (stylized as ATTACK! Pro Wrestling) is a British professional wrestling promotion that was established in 2011 by wrestler Pete Dunne and ring announcer Jim Lee.
Aubrey Williams (8 May 1926 – 17 April 1990) was a Guyanese artist.
Audley Hugh Harrison, (born 26 October 1971) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 2001 to 2013.
Audley Montague Miller (19 October 1869 in Brentry, Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire, England – 26 June 1959 in Clifton, Bristol, England) was an amateur cricketer who played one Test match for England, and stood as a Test umpire in two matches.
Audley Richards (born 24 February 1960) is a British bobsledder.
Auf Wiedersehen, Pet is a British comedy-drama series about seven English migrant construction workers who leave the UK to search for employment overseas.
The following events occurred in August 1924.
August Max Closs (9 August 1898 – 21 June 1990) was a professor of German studies.
Commodore Augustus Willington Shelton Agar (4 January 1890 – 30 December 1968) was a Royal Navy officer in both the First and the Second World Wars.
Aurigny Air Services Limited (pronounced), commonly known as Aurigny, is the flag carrier airline of the Bailiwick of Guernsey with its head office next to Guernsey Airport in the Channel Islands, and wholly owned by the States of Guernsey since nationalisation in 2003.
St Christopher's School is located in Bristol, England.
Aust is a small village in South Gloucestershire, England, about north of Bristol and about south west of Gloucester.
Austin Friary was an Augustinian friary in Bristol, England.
Austin Stevens (born 19 May 1950) is a South African-born Australian naturalist, herpetologist, wildlife photographer, documentarian, television personality, and author best known as the host of the Animal Planet nature documentary series Austin Stevens: Snakemaster (2004−09).
From May to September in 1878, an Australian cricket team made the inaugural first-class tour of England by a representative overseas side.
The Australia national cricket team toured England in 1884.
The Australian cricket team in England in 1888 played 37 first-class matches including 3 Tests.
The Australia national cricket team landed in England on 6 June 2005.
Peers of the Realm have been associated with Australia since early in its history as a British settlement.
The Australian women's cricket team toured England and Ireland in 2015.
Authority is the fifth studio album by British electronic music group Client, released on 21 March 2014 through German electronic music label Out of Line.
Auto-Sleepers (sometimes incorrectly spelt as Autosleeper or Auto Sleepers), is an English manufacturer of campervan motorhomes, based in Willersey a small village near Broadway, Worcestershire.
Avon was, from 1974 to 1996, a non-metropolitan and ceremonial county in the west of England.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary is the territorial police force in England responsible for policing the county of Somerset and the now-defunct county of Avon, which includes the city and county of Bristol and the unitary authorities of Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust (AWP) is an NHS mental health trust providing adult mental health and related services in Wiltshire and the former county of Avon, an area centred on Bristol.
The Avon Bridge is a railway bridge over the River Avon in Brislington, Bristol, England.
Avon Calling is an album of tracks featuring bands from Bristol, UK, on local record label Heartbeat Records, and was originally released in 1979.
The Avon Cities Jazz Band was a jazz band from Bristol, England, that formed in 1949 and eventually split in 2000.
Avon County Council was the county council of the non-metropolitan county of Avon in south west England.
The 1993 Avon County Council election took place on 6 May 1993 to elect members of Avon County Council in England.
Avon was a non-metropolitan county in England.
Avon Fire & Rescue Service (AF&RS) is the fire and rescue service covering the unitary authorities of Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire in South West England.
The Avon Gorge is a 1.5-mile (2.5-kilometre) long gorge on the River Avon in Bristol, England.
The Avon Green Belt, also known as the Bristol and Bath Green Belt (or Bath and Bristol Green Belt), is a non-statutory green belt environmental and planning policy that regulates urban expansion and development in the countryside surrounding the cities of Bristol and Bath in the South West region of England.
The former Avon House is an 18-storey building, one of the tallest structures in central Bristol, England.
The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC), also known as Children of the 90s and formerly the Avon Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood, is a cohort study of children born in the former county of Avon, England during 1991 and 1992.
The Avon Valley Railway (AVR) is a three-mile-long heritage railway based at Bitton station in South Gloucestershire, England, not far from Bristol and is run by a local group: The Avon Valley Railway Company Ltd.
Avonmouth is a port and outer suburb of Bristol, England facing two rivers: the reinforced north bank of the final stage of the Avon which rises at sources in Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Somerset; and the eastern shore of the Severn Estuary.
The Avonmouth Bridge is a road bridge that carries the M5 motorway over the River Avon into Somerset near Bristol, England.
The Avonmouth Docks are part of the Port of Bristol, in England.
Avonmouth Docks railway station was in the Avonmouth district of Bristol.
The Avonmouth Light Railway (ALR) was a nominally independent railway company operating a short standard-gauge branch line from a point on what is now the Severn Beach Line near Avonmouth Docks station in Bristol to a Bristol Corporation electricity installation east of the main entrance to Avonmouth Docks.
Avonmouth Old Boys Rugby Football Club is an English rugby union team based in Shirehampton in Bristol.
Avonmouth railway station is on the Severn Beach Line and serves the district of Avonmouth in Bristol, England.
Avonmouth railway station was the terminus of the Bristol Port Railway and Pier, a self-contained railway which ran along the River Avon in Bristol, England.
The Avonside Engine Company was a locomotive manufacturer in Avon Street, St. Philip's, Bristol, England between 1864 and 1934.
The Avonside Locomotive Works was a locomotive manufacturer on Filwood Road, Fishponds, Bristol, England.
"Awake, our drowsy souls" was a Christian hymn by Elizabeth Scott.
Awam Amkpa is a Nigerian actor, playwright, and professor of dramatic arts.
Azela Robinson (born Azela Jacqueline Robinson Cañedo on August 26, 1965 in London, England, United Kingdom) is a Mexican actress of British origin.
Aztec West is a business park in South Gloucestershire, England, situated in the north of Bristol, near Bradley Stoke and Patchway.
Ælfric Milton Harrison (28 July 1889 – 2 June 1958) was an English cricketer active in the first half of the twentieth century.
Łańcut (Polish pronunciation:; Landshut, לאַנצוט-Lantzut), is a town in south-eastern Poland, with 18,004 inhabitants, as of 2 June 2009.
B Bond Warehouse is a former bonded warehouse built to serve Bristol Harbour.
B roads are numbered routes in Great Britain of lesser importance than A roads.
B roads are numbered routes in Great Britain of lesser importance than A roads.
B&Q plc is a British multinational DIY and home improvement retailing company, headquartered in Eastleigh, England, United Kingdom and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kingfisher plc.
B+H Ocean Carriers Ltd.
BA CityFlyer is a wholly owned subsidiary airline of British Airways with its head office in the Didsbury area of Manchester, England.
BA Connect was a fully owned subsidiary airline of British Airways.
Babington House is a Grade II* listed manor house, located in the village of Babington, between Radstock and Frome, in the county of Somerset, England.
Babington is a small village between Radstock and Frome, Somerset, England, which has now largely disappeared.
The Back from the Edge Tour is the third headlining tour by British singer and songwriter James Arthur in support of his second studio album Back from the Edge.
The Back in Black Tour was the supporting tour for the album Back in Black by the Australian hard rock band AC/DC through 1980 to 1981.
Backwell is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England.
Backwell School is a secondary academy in Backwell, North Somerset, England.
A badger was, in English, a term of uncertain derivation (possibly derived from bagger, a bag or person carrying one) for a dealer in food or victuals which he had purchased in one place and carried for sale in another place.
Badgerline was a bus operator in and around Bristol from 1985 until 2003.
The Badminton railway line is a railway line opened in 1903 by the Great Western Railway between Wootton Bassett in Wiltshire and Patchway and Filton, north of Bristol, England.
Badminton School is an independent, boarding and day school for girls aged 3 to 18 years situated in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England.
The Baedeker Blitz or Baedeker raids were a series of attacks by the Luftwaffe on English cities during the Second World War.
The BAFA National Leagues (BAFANL, formerly the BAFA Community Leagues) are the primary American football competition in England, Scotland and Wales.
The Bahá'í Faith in the United Kingdom started in 1898 when Mrs.
The following is a basic timeline of the Bábí and Bahá'í religions emphasizing dates that are relatively well known.
Bailey of Bristol is one of the UK’s biggest manufacturers of leisure vehicles – touring caravans and motorhomes.
Bakers Dolphin is the trading name of Baker's Coaches, a bus and coach company based in Weston-super-Mare.
Balfour Beatty plc is an English multinational infrastructure group with capabilities in construction services, support services and infrastructure investments.
The Balibo Five was a group of journalists for Australian television networks who were killed in the period leading up to the Indonesian invasion of East Timor.
Balsall Heath is a working class, inner-city area of Birmingham, West Midlands, England.
Baltic people in the United Kingdom are those born or raised in the UK, or residents, who are of Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian origin.
The Bangladesh national cricket team (বাংলাদেশ জাতীয় ক্রিকেট দল), nicknamed The Tigers, is administered by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
The Bangladesh national cricket team toured England for the first time in 2005.
The Bangladesh cricket team is touring England, playing three One Day Internationals and two Test matches between 27 May and 12 July 2010.
Banksia paludosa, commonly known as the marsh or swamp banksia, is a species of shrub in the plant genus Banksia.
Banksy is an anonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist and film director.
Baptist Mills an area of the city of Bristol, England.
A bar (also known as a saloon or a tavern or sometimes a pub or club, referring to the actual establishment, as in pub bar or savage club etc.) is a retail business establishment that serves alcoholic beverages, such as beer, wine, liquor, cocktails, and other beverages such as mineral water and soft drinks and often sell snack foods such as crisps (potato chips) or peanuts, for consumption on premises.
Barbadian British people, or Bajan-Brits, British Barbadians are citizens or residents of the United Kingdom whose ethnic origins lie fully or partially in the Caribbean island of Barbados.
Barbados–United Kingdom relations are the relations between the governments of Barbados and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK).
Barbara Blaugdone (c. 1609–1704) was an English Quaker preacher, who left an autobiographical account of her travels, evangelism, and religious and political views.
Barbara Lilian Janke, Baroness Janke (born 5 June 1947) is a British teacher and politician.
Barbara R. Kellerman (née Kellermann; born 30 December 1949) is an English actress, known for her film and television roles.
Eva Mary "Barbara" Reynolds (13 June 1914 – 29 April 2015) was an English scholar of Italian Studies, lexicographer and translator, wife of the philologist and translator Lewis Thorpe.
The Barbarian Football Club, usually called the Barbarians and nicknamed the Baa-Baas, is an invitational rugby union team based in Britain.
The barbecue murders, also known as the BBQ murders, refers to a 1975 double murder in Marin County, California.
Barbershop vocal harmony, as codified during the barbershop revival era (1930s–present), is a style of a cappella close harmony, or unaccompanied vocal music, characterized by consonant four-part chords for every melody note in a predominantly homophonic texture.
Bare-faced Messiah: The True Story of L. Ron Hubbard is a posthumous biography of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard by British journalist Russell Miller.
Mötley Crüe and Waysted were support acts for the tour.
Barney Nightingale (born 5 November 1996) is an English born, Welsh rugby union player who plays for Bargoed RFC as a centre.
Barney Platts-Mills is a British film director, best known for his award-winning films, Bronco Bullfrog and Private Road.
Barnstable County is a county located in the U.S. state of Massachusetts.
Barnstaple is the main town of North Devon, England and possibly the oldest borough in the United Kingdom.
The title Baron Berkeley originated as a feudal title and was subsequently created twice in the Peerage of England by writ.
Baron Dulverton, of Batsford in the County of Gloucester, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
Barrington Tabb (born 1934, in Almondsbury, England), is an English painter.
Barrow Gurney is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated in the Unitary Authority of North Somerset on the B3130, midway between the A38 and A370 near the Long Ashton bypass and Bristol Airport, south west of Bristol city centre.
Barrow Gurney Reservoirs (also known as Barrow Gurney Tanks or Barrow Tanks) are three artificial reservoirs for drinking water near the village of Barrow Gurney, which lies southwest of Bristol, England.
Barrow Hospital (sometimes referred to as Barrow Gurney Hospital) was a psychiatric hospital in Barrow Gurney, Somerset, United Kingdom.
Barry Barker is a British Contemporary Art Curator and Gallerist.
Barry Docks Railway Station is one of three railway stations serving the town of Barry, South Wales.
Barry Edward Girling (1857 - 28 October 1905) was an English-born international rugby union forward who played club rugby for Cardiff and international rugby for Wales.
Barry Island Pleasure Park is an amusement park situated on the coast at Barry Island in the Vale of Glamorgan, about 10 miles south west of the capital city Cardiff, Wales.
Barry Lewis (born 15 July 1982) is a British cook, author and founder of the YouTube channel, My Virgin Kitchen, which, as of April 2018, has over 700K subscribers, which he runs with his wife, Rebecca "Becky" Lewis, who he affectionately nicknamed Mrs Barry. Lewis is also part of the channel, Barshens, a joint account run with Stuart Ashen, where the two play games and do vlog style videos.
Barry Pilton (born 1946 in Croydon, Surrey) is a travel writer, radio and television comedy scriptwriter and novelist.
The Barry Railway Company was a railway and docks company in South Wales, first incorporated as the Barry Dock and Railway Company in 1884.
Barry John Salvage (21 December 1948 – 14 October 1986) was an English professional football left winger who played in the Football League for Brentford, Millwall, Queens Park Rangers and Fulham.
Barry Sullivan (christened Thomas Barry Sullivan) (5 July 1821 – 3 May 1891), was an acclaimed stage actor who played many classical parts in England, Australia and America.
Randall Burnell 'Barry' Watkins (30 November 1921 – 20 June 2004) was an association footballer, who played in The Football League for Bristol Rovers after the Second World War.
Bars and Melody (B.A.M.) are a British pop duo consisting of rapper Leondre "Bars" Devries and singer Charlie "Melody" Lenehan.
Bartholomew Roberts (17 May 1682 – 10 February 1722), born John Roberts, was a Welsh pirate who raided ships off the Americas and West Africa between 1719 and 1722.
Barton Hill is an area of Bristol, just to the east of the city centre and Bristol Temple Meads railway station.
Barton Regis was, from 1894 to 1904, a rural district in the English administrative county of Gloucestershire, adjacent to the City of Bristol.
Basil Charles Elwell French MSM (1919 - 11 September 2014) was a British Anglican priest who ministered in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe.
Arthur Basil Cottle (17 March 1917 – 13 May 1994) was a British grammarian, historian and archaeologist.
Basil Risbridger Davidson MC (9 November 1914 – 9 July 2010) was a British historian, writer and Africanist, particularly knowledgeable on the subject of Portuguese Africa prior to the 1974 Carnation Revolution.
Basingstoke railway station, in the town of Basingstoke in the county of Hampshire in England, is on the South Western Main Line from London Waterloo, with local and fast services operated by South Western Railway.
Bass Generation is the third studio album by Swedish singer-songwriter Basshunter.
The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Bath, commonly known as Bath Abbey, is an Anglican parish church and a former Benedictine monastery and a proto (former) Co-cathedral in Bath, Somerset, England.
Bath Ales is a brewery located in the town of Warmley, South Gloucestershire, England; north-west of Bath and east of Bristol.
Bath and North East Somerset (commonly referred to as BANES or B&NES) is the district of the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset Council that was created on 1 April 1996 following the abolition of the county of Avon.
The Bath and North Somerset District Football League was a football competition based in England.
The term Bath Blitz refers to the air raids by the German air force on the British city of Bath, Somerset, during World War II.
Bath Bus Company is an English open top bus operator operating in Bath and Cardiff.
Bath bus station serves as part of an integrated transport interchange for the city of Bath, Somerset, England.
Bath Rugby (also known as just Bath) is an English professional rugby union club in Bath, Somerset.
Bath is the largest city in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England, known for its Roman-built baths.
Bathurst Basin is a small triangular basin adjoining the main harbour of the city of Bristol, England.
The Batman rapist is an English serial sex offender who has committed at least 17 attacks on women in the city of Bath, Somerset.
The Battle of Britain (Luftschlacht um England, literally "The Air Battle for England") was a military campaign of the Second World War, in which the Royal Air Force (RAF) defended the United Kingdom (UK) against large-scale attacks by Nazi Germany's air force, the Luftwaffe.
The Battle of Fishguard was a military invasion of Great Britain by Revolutionary France during the War of the First Coalition.
The Battle of Flamborough Head was a naval battle that took place on 23 September 1779 in the North Sea off the coast of Yorkshire between a combined Franco-American squadron, led by Continental Navy officer John Paul Jones, and two British escort vessels protecting a large merchant convoy.
The Battle of Langport was a Parliamentarian victory late in the First English Civil War which destroyed the last Royalist field army and gave Parliament control of the West of England, which had hitherto been a major source of manpower, raw materials and imports for the Royalists.
The Battle of Lincoln, or the First Battle of Lincoln, occurred on 2 February 1141 between King Stephen of England and forces loyal to Empress Matilda.
The Battle of Roundway Down was fought on 13 July 1643, during the First English Civil War.
The Battle of Shrewsbury was a battle fought on 21 July 1403, waged between an army led by the Lancastrian King Henry IV and a rebel army led by Henry "Harry Hotspur" Percy from Northumberland.
The Battle of Tewkesbury, which took place on 4 May 1471, was one of the decisive battles of the Wars of the Roses.
Baulk road is the name given to a type of railway track or 'rail road' that is formed using rails carried on continuous timber bearings, as opposed to the more familiar 'cross-sleeper' track that uses closely spaced sleepers or ties to give intermittent support to stronger rails.
The BBC Big Screens are LED screens with sound systems situated in prominent locations in city centres on the United Kingdom.
BBC Breakfast is a British morning television programme on BBC One and BBC News.
BBC Cymru Wales is a division of the BBC, and the national broadcaster for Wales.
BBC English Regions is the division of the BBC responsible for local and regional television, radio, web, and teletext services in England, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands.
BBC Focus is a British monthly magazine about science and technology published in Bristol, UK by Immediate Media Company.
BBC Hereford and Worcester is the BBC Local Radio service for the English counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
The BBC Home Service was a British national radio station that broadcast from 1939 until 1967, when it became the current BBC Radio 4.
BBC Manchester (often known as BBC Salford) is the British Broadcasting Corporation regional headquarters for the North West, the largest BBC region in the UK.
The BBC Natural History Unit (NHU) is a department of the BBC which produces television, radio and online content with a natural history or wildlife theme.
The BBC One Balloon idents were a series of idents used on BBC One from 4 October 1997 to 29 March 2002.
BBC Points West (known as News West from June 1991 until May 2000) is the BBC's regional TV news programme for the West of England, covering Bristol, the majority of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, northern and eastern Somerset, North Dorset, and north east Devon.
BBC Radio is an operational business division and service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (which has operated in the United Kingdom under the terms of a Royal Charter since 1927).
BBC Radio 6 Music (also still known as BBC 6 Music or BBC 6) is one of the BBC's digital radio stations.
BBC Radio Bristol is the BBC Local Radio service for the English cities of Bath and Bristol and the surrounding area, which includes South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and North East Somerset.
BBC Radio Wales is BBC Cymru Wales's national English language radio station.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra (BBC SO) is a British orchestra based in London.
BBC West is the BBC English Region serving Bristol, the majority of Wiltshire, northern and eastern Somerset, the majority of Gloucestershire and northern Dorset.
BCFM or Bristol Community FM is a community radio station broadcasting to the City of Bristol in the United Kingdom on 93.2 FM.
Beachley is a village in Gloucestershire, England, near the border with Wales.
Beak (stylized BEAK> and also named Recordings 05/01/09 > 17/01/09) is the self-titled debut studio album by British band Beak>, released by the label Invada in October 2009.
Beak (stylized as BEAK>) are an English electronic music band, consisting of Geoff Barrow (of Portishead) with Billy Fuller (Robert Plant) and Will Young (Moon Gangs), who replaced Matt Williams (MXLX, Fairhorns) in 2016.
Beaminster is a small town and civil parish in Dorset, England, situated in the West Dorset administrative district approximately northwest of the county town Dorchester.
Beatnik Filmstars were a British Lo-fi pop group formed in Bristol in 1990.
Beaufort War Hospital was a military hospital in Stapleton district, now Greater Fishponds, of Bristol during World War I, 1915-1919.
Beaumont Cranfield (28 August 1872 – 20 January 1909) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket for Somerset County Cricket Club and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) between 1897 and 1908.
The Beautiful Garbage World Tour was the third world concert tour cycle by American/Scottish alternative rock group Garbage, which took the band throughout North and Central America, Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand in support of its third album Beautiful Garbage.
Beck, Bogert & Appice were a hard rock supergroup and power trio formed by guitarist Jeff Beck and evolving from The Jeff Beck Group.
Sir William Beddoe Rees (1877 – 12 May 1931), usually known simply as Beddoe Rees, was a Welsh architect, industrialist and Liberal politician.
Bedfont is a suburban district around a remnant old village in the London Borough of Hounslow in London, WSW of Charing Cross and from Heathrow Airport.
Admiral Bedford Clapperton Trevelyan Pim, RN, MP, FRGS (12 June 1826 – 30 September 1886) was a Royal Navy officer, Arctic explorer, barrister, and author.
Bedminster Down School is a mixed gender secondary school with academy status, located in the Bishopsworth area of Bristol, England.
Bedminster F.C. was an English football club based in Bristol.
Bedminster railway station is on the Bristol to Exeter Line and serves the districts of Bedminster and Windmill Hill in Bristol, south-west England.
Bedminster Township is a township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States.
Bedminster is a district of Bristol, England, on the south side of the city.
Bedminster is a township in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States.
Beechingstoke is a small village and civil parish in Wiltshire, England.
Beetham Tower (also known as the Hilton Tower) is a landmark 47-storey mixed use skyscraper in Manchester, England.
Being Human is a British supernatural comedy-drama television series.
Beira is the third largest city in Mozambique.
Beki Bondage (born Rebecca Louise Bond; 3 June 1963 in Bristol) is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the frontwoman of the punk band Vice Squad.
The Belfast Blitz consisted of four German air raids on strategic targets in the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland, in April and May 1941 during World War II, causing high casualties.
Belinda Jo Carlisle (born August 17, 1958) is an American singer and songwriter.
Belluton is a village in Somerset, England.
Arthur Benjamin 'Ben' Appleby (born 13 June 1876) was a professional footballer who spent the vast majority of his career at Bristol Rovers.
Ben Christo (born March 22, 1980), is a British rock musician, guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, lyricist and session musician, he is best known for his tenures with The Sisters of Mercy, Night by Night and Diamond Black.
Benjamin Raymond Cleverley (born 12 September 1981) in Bristol, is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Weston-super-Mare.
Ben Lievesley Collins (born 13 February 1975) is a racing car driver from Bristol, England.
Ben Ellwood (born 12 March 1976) is a former professional tennis player from Australia.
Sidney Charles Bartholemew "Ben" Gascoigne AO (11 November 191525 March 2010) was a New Zealand-born Australian optical astronomer and expert in photometry who played a leading role in the design and commissioning of Australia's largest optical telescope, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, which for a time was one of the world's most important astronomical facilities.
Ben Joseph Green FRS (born 27 February 1977) is a British mathematician, specialising in combinatorics and number theory.
Ben Haenow is the eponymous debut studio album by English recording artist Ben Haenow, released on 13 November 2015, through Syco Music and RCA Records.
Ben Hamilton-Baillie (born 1955) is an urban designer and movement specialist, described as "the leading international expert on the development of shared space.
Benjamin John Morgan (born 18 February 1989) is an England international rugby union player currently plying his trade at number eight for Gloucester.
Benjamin "Ben" Small (born 1971) is a British voice actor.
Ben Starr is an English actor, known for his acting roles in Survivor, Dickensian and Quantum Break.
Benjamin Tillett (11 September 1860 – 27 January 1943) was a British socialist, trade union leader and politician.
Ben Westbeech (born 12 May 1981) is a British DJ and producer originating from Hertfordshire who spent his formative musical years in Bristol.
Bench Global Ltd. (usually branded as "Bench.") is a British clothing brand that is sold worldwide, including in Europe and Canada.
Benedict Ako (born 5 August 1968) is a retired Tanzanian long-distance runner.
Benjamin Beddome (23 January 1717 – 3 September 1795) was an English Particular Baptist minister and hymn writer.
Benjamin ("Big Ben") Brain (1753 – 8 April 1794) was a bareknuckle prizefighter.
Benjamin Davies (1814 - 1875) was a 19th century Welsh Hebraist.
Benjamin Herschel Babbage (6 August 1815 – 22 October 1878) was an English engineer, scientist, explorer and politician, best known for his work in the colony of South Australia.
Sir Benjamin Hobhouse, 1st Baronet (1757–1831) was an English politician.
Benjamin Libet (April 12, 1916, Chicago, Illinois – July 23, 2007, Davis, California) was a pioneering scientist in the field of human consciousness.
Benjamin Pickman Jr. (September 30, 1763 – August 16, 1843) was a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts.
Benjamin Wills Newton, (12 December 1807 – 26 June 1899) was an English evangelist and author of Christian books.
Bentalls is a British department store chain with a branch in Kingston upon Thames.
Beohar Rammanohar Sinha (Vyauhar Rammanohar Simha or Ram-da) was an Indian artist who is very well known for his illustrations in the original final manuscript of Constitution of India, including the complete Preamble-page, which was brought to fruition in 1949 as one of the most beautiful Constitution in the world in addition to being the most comprehensive one.
In ancient times, the Bereans were the inhabitants of the city of Berea, also known in the Bible as Beroea, and now known as Veria in what is today Greek Macedonia, northern Greece.
Berghaus Limited is an outdoor clothing and equipment manufacturer headquartered in Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, UK.
Berkeley Castle (historically sometimes spelt Berkley Castle or Barkley Castle) is a castle in the town of Berkeley, Gloucestershire, UK.
The Berkeley family is an aristocratic English family, nearly unique in English history in that it has to this day an unbroken male line of descent from a noble Saxon ancestor before the Norman conquest of England in 1066 and also retains possession of much of the lands it held from the 11th and 12th centuries, centred on Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire, which still belongs to the family.
Berkeley Hundred in the Virginia Colony comprised about eight thousand acres (32 km²) on the north bank of the James River near Herring Creek in an area then known as Charles Cittie (sic).
The Berkeley Hunt is a foxhound pack in the west of England.
Berkeley nuclear power station is a disused Magnox power station situated on the bank of the River Severn in Gloucestershire, England.
Berkeley Square is a 1998 British dramatic television series that was originally broadcast by BBC One.
Berkeley Square is close to Park Street in the Clifton area of Bristol.
Berkeley is a small town and parish in Gloucestershire, England.
Bernard Bloodworth (13 December 1893 – 19 February 1967) was an English cricketer.
Bernard Dunstan (19 January 1920 – 20 August 2017) was a British artist, teacher, and author, best known for his studies of figures in interiors and landscapes.
Sir Alfred Charles Bernard Lovell (31 August 19136 August 2012) was an English physicist and radio astronomer.
Berni Inn was a chain of British steakhouses, established in 1955.
Herbert George Batten (14 May 1898 – 1956) was an English professional footballer who played as an inside left.
Hubert Henry Bennett was a professional footballer who played as a full back for Bristol Rovers.
Albert Walter Allen Harris (1873 in Birmingham – 21 April 1897 in Birmingham General Hospital) was a professional racing cyclist.
Bert Hawkins (29 September 1923 – 21 June 2002) was an English professional footballer who played as a centre-forward in the Football League for Bristol City, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers.
Bert Hodge Hill (March 7, 1874 – December 2, 1958) was an American archeologist and the director of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens from 1906 to 1926.
Herbert Hoyle (22 April 1920 – 6 July 2003) was a professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper in The Football League for Exeter City and Bristol Rovers.
Bert Tann (4 May 1914 – 7 July 1972) was a football manager and player, who managed Bristol Rovers for 18 years, from 1950 to 1968.
Bertha is a steam-powered boat built in 1844 to remove silt from the Port of Bridgwater in Somerset, England.
Berthold Romanovich Lubetkin (14 December 1901 – 23 October 1990) was a Russian émigré architect who pioneered modernist design in Britain in the 1930s.
Bertie Charles Gardner, MC (born 31 May 1884), was a British-born Canadian banker and Chancellor of McGill University.
Bertram Charles Hill (27 April 1881 - 29 May 1977) was a British-born architect who made his home in Dallas, Texas, and helped design many of the most famous buildings in the city.
Sir Bertram de Criol (Criel, Crioill, Cyroyl, or Kerrial, etc.) (died 1256) was a senior and trusted Steward and diplomat to King Henry III.
Bertram Sidney Thomas (13 June 1892 – 27 December 1950) was an English civil servant and Arabist who is the first documented Westerner to cross the Rub' al Khali (Empty Quarter).
Berwick is a hamlet in the South Gloucestershire district, in the English county of Gloucestershire.
Bespoked is a public showcase of custom bicycles based in Bristol.
Best Buy Europe Distributions Ltd. was a retail joint venture owned by the United States based electronics retailer Best Buy Inc and United Kingdom based mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse.
Beth Gibbons (born 4 January 1965) is an English singer and songwriter.
Beth Ann Rowley is an English singer-songwriter.
Bethan Knights is a British-American long-distance runner.
Elizabeth Mary Driver, (20 May 1920 – 15 October 2011) credited as Betty Driver, was a British actress and singer, best known for her role as Betty Williams (previously Betty Turpin) on the British soap opera, Coronation Street from 1969 to 2011, appearing in more than 2,800 episodes.
Betty Warren (31 October 1907 – 15 December 1990) was a British actress during the 1930s to 1950s, best known for her comedy roles in such films as Champagne Charlie (1944) and Passport to Pimlico (1949).
Beverley Thompson is a former BBC television presenter.
Bewell's Cross is a lost monument which marked the boundary of the county of Bristol when this was created in 1373.
Bewys Cross (or Bewy's Cross) is a monument consisting of the steps, plinth and truncated shaft said to be of an ancient cross of uncertain age which used to stand on the ancient seabank or seawall of the River Severn in that area of Shirehampton in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, now known as Avonmouth.
Beyond River Cottage is the fourth series of the Channel 4 programme that follows Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall as he pursues the ideal of rural self-sufficiency as a farm-owner in Dorset.
The Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls World Tour was a concert tour by horror punk supergroup the Murderdolls in support of their first studio album, of the same name, which was released in August 2002.
BG BEN Newspaper (на български: Вестник БГ БЕН) is the biggest Bulgarian Newspaper in the UK.
The Bhat, Bhatt, Bhatta, Bhatra, Bhatrai community, refers to a priest, bard, scribe in Sanskrit, a title given to learned Hindu Brahmins, Sikhs and Muslims with Saraswat Brahmin heritage.
Bickley Wood is a 9.5 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest just north of River Avon, near the village of Longwell Green, Bristol, notified in 1988.
The city of Durban, South Africa was initially elected as the host for the 2022 Commonwealth Games on 2 September 2015, at a General Assembly in Auckland, New Zealand.
The Bierkeller Theatre is a theatre in Broadmead, Bristol, England, located inside Bristol's oldest night club, the Bristol Bierkeller.
Big Brother 2010, also known as Big Brother 11, was the eleventh series of the British reality television series Big Brother, and the final series of the show to be broadcast by Channel 4.
Big Brother 2 was the second season of the reality show Big Brother in Bulgaria.
Big Brother 2007, also known as Big Brother 8, was the eighth series of the British reality televi