Phoebe Eckersley

Food pop-ups in Fal: can they compete with the capital’s culinary scene?

Fancy sharing your dinner with a bunch of strangers? Truthfal's Phoebe Eckersley speaks to chefs running pop-up food events and supper clubs about how the trend of communal eating is hitting Falmouth Read more

Cornish charity pushes us to address the ‘us versus them attitude’ towards the police

Truthfal's Phoebe Eckersley speaks to the Kreslu charity which encourages officers to talk about their injuries and perhaps ending the institutional stigmatisation of mental health Read more

DEBATE: Is the NUS really a ‘day care for the politically unambitious’?

Anti-semitism? Progression? Truthfal's Phoebe Eckersley reveals these contentious issues of the NUS in a live coverage of the University's debate around the credibility of the Student Union Read more

FemmeFal podcast: Hormone heaven or hell?

We've all heard of pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) but have you heard of irritable-male syndrome (IMS) ? Truthfal's Phoebe Eckersley and Hannah Corfield talk about becoming empowered by hormones Read more

Meet the robots who might soon be picking your fruit and veg

TruthFal's Phoebe Eckersley digs into the hottest agricultural machine of the future, a robot. Read more

Arctic temperature spike and the effect on its expeditioners

Truthfal's Phoebe Eckersley talks to an Arctic expeditionist about what the 'Beast from the East' means for climate change in the Arctic circle. Read more

Could AI be your new ally?

On average, young people spend up to 9 hours a day on social media. They'll be following peoples lives but now their new best friend could be created on it. Is this the future? Read more

From Cornwall With Love: Cornish charity helps Rohingya crisis

Truthfal's Phoebe Eckersley talks to Shelterbox about the survival kits they're sending to Myanmar. Read more

Fast-food or fast-buck? Should junk food ads be post-watershed?

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has called for a TV and online ‘watershed’ of fast-food advertising to help curb child obesity. Read more

“The boy who was raped”- time to change the stigma?

While the focus is on sexual abuse in the film industry, Phoebe Eckersly spoke to a student who said we must not forget about the local, every day incidences. Read more

Ashamed of my Uni: Students react to CSM high-vis outrage

Camborne School of Mines start a ‘series of meetings’ offensive hi-vis jackets social Read more

Nautical therapy: Lessons on mindfulness at sea

Phoebe Eckersley spoke to Cornish mental health charities about their practical, activity-based approach to tackling male suicide. Read more