Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Football Conference game between Bristol Rovers and Gateshead.
The funeral of a mother and her baby daughter who went missing from a Bristol hospital have taken place.
A man from Bristol believes his ground-breaking design could change safety in cricket helmets across the world.
Welsh Commonwealth champion Jazz Carlin will prepare for the 2016 Olympics at the national training centre in Bath.
Team news as Gloucester host Bath in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Kingsholm Stadium (17:30 GMT).
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Crewe Alexandra and Bristol City.
Back-rowers Matt Garvey, Leroy Houston and Guy Mercer all sign new contracts with Premiership side Bath.
BBC Sport's Jeremy Guscott looks ahead to Saturday's East Midlands and West Country derbies in the Premiership.
The family of a Keynsham man who was among the 298 people killed in July's MH17 air crash have told of their pain at still not knowing what happened.
Bristol Rovers extend the loan deal of Dagenham & Redbridge striker Bradley Goldberg until 24 January.
Gloucestershire confirm director of cricket John Bracewell is to end his 15-year association with the county in January.
A survey about a roll-out of residents' parking zones in Bristol suggests that more than 80% feel the council is not listening to their concerns.
Two more experts will join an inquiry into the murder of a Welsh private investigator killed almost 30 years ago, the Home Secretary announces.
An articulated lorry converted into a mobile "drunk tank" is being staffed in Bristol over the festive season.
A Victorian public urinal is listed by English Heritage for its "special historical interest".
Edgbaston and Old Trafford are allocated Ashes Tests for 2019 as the ECB announces its international venues for 2017-2019.
Three wards at Weston General Hospital in Somerset are closed due to an outbreak of the norovirus.
Police in Bristol are using "Stasi tactics" to harass people who hold left-wing views, anarchist groups in the city claim.
Safety railings will be installed along a stretch of path alongside the River Avon in Bath where several people have drowned.
A campaign against demands placed on migrants to regularly "sign in" is gathering pace in Bristol.