Borders of Humanity: What Brexit means for EU operating charities
TruthFal talks to UK charities operating in EU countries about how they are preparing to deal with Brexit.
Truthfal Sports radio bulletin 01/03
Truthfal's Olivia Churchill and Caitlin Simon highlight what's happening in the national sporting sphere.
Falmouth Roadworks: How are they affecting business?
Truthfal reporters Caitlin and Amy took to the streets of Falmouth to see how local businesses are affected by the ongoing roadworks in the centre.
Smoothie bikes and clothes swaps – Sustainability on Campus
Sustainability week on campus has brought with it new and exciting ways to challenge people to ‘do the green thing together’
Skate park plans ramping up in Falmouth
“I came here to learn” – strikes upset Exeter students
Exeter students are unsure about their final term teaching while the UCU tries to come to an agreement with UUK regarding pension schemes.
South Crofty 20 years on – will miners go underground again?
Cornwall's longest running tin mine, South Crofty, closed 20 years ago this month. Caitlin Simon is joined by Tim Hubbard to discuss his experience at the closing.
Spotkick: Noah Abbott discusses the now-broken European Super League
Moving Forward: How to Break into Culture Writing with Amber Jackson
What do the people of Falmouth know about the G7?
Maya Gebeily; on journalism and why vicarious trauma is part of her process
Imposter syndrome – with renowned freelance journalist Lennox Morrison