A Poldark Exhibit at The Royal Cornwall Museum
A Poldark exhibition at the RCM
Whose team are you on? Anne Boleyn’s or Katherine of Aragon’s?
Which of Henry VIII's Queen's do you prefer? Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn?
A Vintage Train Film Night
Ten most fascinating pieces in the Bartlett Collection
I went to the Bartlett Collection today, which is the historical library at the National Maritime Museum. This is a list of the top ten most fascinating pieces.
Ninety years since the women’s vote
The 100th anniversary since the The Representation of People Act (women's vote).
Two Cornish sites are both given a BBC Countryfile award
Cornwall has won not just one of the BBC Countryfile magazine award but two! Minack Theatre has won best landmark and Lost Gardens of Heligan have won best garden of the year.
Titanic Stories: A look into the Maritime’s latest exhibition
Are you interested in the Titanic? Well, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, is holding a Titanic exhibit. Including props from the Oscar winning film: Titanic (1997), and a range of artefacts.
Truro Christmas market hits the streets
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Truro. Truthfal's Georgina Stewart reports on the Truro Christmas Market.
Cornwall’s Oldest Building: St Piran’s Oratory
Truthfal's Georgina Stewart explores the 6th century remains in the sand dunes at at Penhale Beach.
Truthfal TV News Bulletin – 03/11/2017
Old pounds for poppies – British Legion to the rescue!
One pound coins no longer in legal tender are to be accepted by the British Legion in the upcoming Poppy Appeal, in a bid to boost the money the charity raises.
History lesson: My top five must-read novels
A list of my top five favourite historical novels.
The Newlyn Film Festival anchors in Penzance
LIVE BLOG: Notre Dame Cathedral Fire
Fleabag and the art of quitting while you’re ahead
The Cornish feature film taking on the story of Jesus Christ
SAS Big Spring Beach Clean: Greenbank Beach