Tell us a story.
Why tell stories? Activist Naomi Brook describes how three years of telling and hearing stories as part of her job has led to a story if its own, and how bringing people together to tell their stories can lead to some really wild ideas…
Natasha Lea tells us the story of how she came to discover her Inner Super Hero.
In 'My Serbian Meal', James Jackman talks about how what he expected to be a simple dinner turned out to be a bit of a adventure and why you should always check the menu before you head inside.
Author of the Veg Diner Monologues, Stella Backhouse tells us how she tried to get a decent meal in Coventry in 'A Veg Dine Reduction'.
Carole Donnelly tells us how social enterprise is rescuing Coventry's medieval Priory.
In 'Masterji', artist Tarla Patel tells the story of her father's arrival in the 1950s in Coventry from India, and his love of photography from then to the present day.
Kristina Gavran tells us a story of 'Coffee Culture in Croatia'.
In 'Lovesong to an Adventurer', author Cat Weatherill travels from the cloud-draped Andes to a sunset beach in Goa as she tries to mend a broken heart.
In 'Beginning, Middle, and End', writer Nick Walker talks about how all of these things are terrifying...