How Bristol became a musical and artistic How Sweden is turning its waste into 1 day ago   08:33

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Historically a centre of the slave trade, Bristol is the hometown of a wealth of internationally renowned artists: Damien Hirst, Banksy, Portishead, Tricky and Massive Attack. Author Melissa Chemam says that there is a clear link between those two facts. As people were brought in from across the world, their cultures came with them. The result put Bristol ahead of much of the UK when it came to new and different sounds and ideas.

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Tail finz
i live in Bristol, it's not that great, my living experience is that it's overrated
not notness
This is a bit of a reach.
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When it comes to environmental awareness and waste management, Sweden is one of the world's champions. The country recycles nearly all of its waste and - in the process - generates electricity and heating. France 2's Claire Colnet reports, with Nicholas Rushworth.
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