Masterclass of the Day: John Roder shares football insights
BBC football commentator John Roder came to Falmouth for a workshop in sports reporting and commentary.
Doing it for Real: Tricks of the camera trade
Two of the BBC's most experienced cameramen chat with Kevin Bishop about how to get the most out of your filming
Learning to swim – keeping kids safe by the sea
Rebecca Nockolds visits a Falmouth swim school and finds out that one in three children leave primary school unable to swim
A Game of Throw-ins – Christmas Special
Local branch to close as NatWest announces job cuts
RBS and NatWest are closing 259 branches in the UK, including the branch in Helston.
A game of throw-ins – World Cup Russia draw special
It's a game of throw-ins. First year sports students Ed, Tom, Joe and Sam on who to look for at the World Cup in Russia 2018.
Floralyn George – Finding motivation for music in Cornwall
Harpist Floralyn George talks to Caitlin Fikes about her love of Cornwall as her career starts to take off.
It’s all in the cards – tarot reading for beginners!
Ellie Porter takes us though the ins and outs of reading tarot cards.
The songs, the ads…the balls. What does Christmas mean to you?
Sports journalists Tom and Ed on their ideal Christmas and whether it all starts too soon
All things hairy: The follically-unchallenged podcast
What's your take on the issue of hair? Aimee, Kieran, Tom and Ellen tackle all things hairy in this romp around the world of follicles and grooming
Chris and Gav’s Thoughts on Sports – Molly Caudery special
The lads talk to Truro School Sixth-former Molly Caudery, a 17 year-old who has been selected to represent England in the Commonwealth Games in Australia
Talking Truthfal – What we’ve been talking about this week!
Natasha and Phoebe chat over the week's news from the team
LIVE: General Election 2019 – Conservative majority predicted
Blue Story, a tale that must be heard!
Cornwall’s spaceport – A wise use of money?
Is the Tory pledge to host the FIFA World Cup a vote catcher
Colombia is closing its borders in an attempt to control protests