Tampon Tax abolished after years of campaigning
Reporter Aimee Rigby fills us in on what's happened since the Tampon tax was introduced, and now set to be abolished.
Coronavirus: Cornish league shakes off the handshakes
Reporter Tom Harris updates us with the latest regarding the outbreak of Coronavirus in Cornwall and how it will affect the footie.
Stolen puppets returned to Cornish theatre
Reporter Kara Leslie talks to Knee-high theatre about the theft, and anonymous return, of their 'invaluable' puppets.
Leap Day: Why the proposal tradition is a patriarchal trend
Reporter Aimee Rigby divulges why she believes the leap day proposal tradition is based on sexism.
National Caregiver’s Day: What about informal helpers?
Today (February 21) is National Caregiver's Day. Reporter Aimee Rigby tells us about the stories of those behind the celebration.
Time of the Month | Episode 4
Journalism students talk all things contraceptive... or lack of.
Time of the Month | Episode 3
Journalism students discuss how-to's in the latest edition of Time of the Month!
Time of the Month | Episode 2
Journalism students discuss all things tinder. Our special guest Huw Kreuchen shares his online dating nightmare!
Time of the Month | Episode 1
Here's Time of the Month's first cheeky little podcast. The girls embarrass themselves over a game of 20 questions.
Moving Forward: How to Break into Culture Writing with Amber Jackson
Maya Gebeily; on journalism and why vicarious trauma is part of her process
Imposter syndrome – with renowned freelance journalist Lennox Morrison
Liberal Dems say government has neglected students during pandemic
G7 safeguarding plans spark hope for a greener life post COVID