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"22.10.2016 17:05:00" Beauty's the theme of this year's Faith in the World Week. Hayley and Natty have been telling us what beauty means to them. Share your beautiful moments here.
"22.10.2016 16:00:00" Timeline Photos This week the news in Cornish, An Nowodhow, is written and presented by Steve Penhaligon.
You can follow the 5pm bulletin, on Sunday, with this script.
Gorthugher da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen ma 'An Nowodhow' war BBC Radyo Kernow.
"22.10.2016 14:40:10" BBC Radio Cornwall An amazing photo of a tuna taken in Mounts Bay yesterday. It was taken by Marine Discovery Penzance. There have been lots of sightings and a couple of tuna catches in recent weeks but it's very rare to get such a great photo of this type of fish as they
"22.10.2016 08:38:25" Timeline Photos Today's weather photo is from Carol In Lanivet.
It will be a mainly dry day with some bright and sunny spells. There is a risk of some isolated showers in the south, and it will feel cool in the moderate or fresh easterly winds. Maximum Temperature: Deg
"22.10.2016 08:33:30" Timeline Photos Tiddles and Ginger can't be separated
Tiddles and Ginger's owner has emigrated and these boys can't bear to be parted. Tiddles is an 8 year old black and white cat and Ginger is a ginger and white 9 year old. They have plenty of energy for mature boys
"22.10.2016 04:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Today's place race. It could be anywhere in Cornwall. Do you know where it is? Thinking caps on... give Jo Twist a call on 01872 222222 on Saturday breakfast from 0600
"21.10.2016 18:03:16" bbc.co.uk 22/10/2016 - BBC Introducing in Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. We've another great wonder of a show for you tomorrow night bursting at the seams with fab new tracks from #Cornish artists like United highs - Offical band page, Blacktop Deluxe, Harry Drake, IDER, John Buckley, Kerry Goodhind, Matt Montez Duo,
"21.10.2016 13:29:06" What's your favourite book? Tell us below and we'll read them out on air.
We're live from 3 at the
North Cornwall Book Festival with Debbie McCrory.
"21.10.2016 08:20:51" Timeline Photos Weekend weather: Another dry day today with sunny spells and patchy cloudy. Winds mostly light from the northeast. Max 14C. Tonight it'll be mainly clear and chilly with some mist and fog patches returning. Winds freshening a touch to the west. Min 3C.
"21.10.2016 07:27:33" Timeline Photos In honour of Level 42 playing two shows in Cornwall this weekend! 4️⃣2️⃣ Suggestions below please!
"21.10.2016 06:29:12" Timeline Photos Has anyone else been revelling in the celestial sights of the Orionids meteor shower this week? It peaked last night and weatherman Kevin Thomas took this beautiful photograph just after dusk.
"21.10.2016 06:15:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post How important is it to protect our Cornish heritage? This is a medieval bridge in Cornwall which has just been added to Historic England's 'at risk register'. Ruthernbridge near Bodmin is among 13 places in the County to be added with the aim of restoring
"21.10.2016 05:00:00" This is eight year Marshall Janson during his martial arts training. The quadruple amputee is a true inspiration. Marshall never lets his disability get in the way of his determination to try anything and any sport. Hear more on Marshall's new hobby on
"20.10.2016 18:30:00" The entrance to David's house on the A39 How would you cope if this was the only way into your front garden? And how would you feel if, after thirty years of campaigning Cornwall Council finally began work to build a safe acces lane to the back of your house? Hear the full story on BBC Radio
"20.10.2016 18:29:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post For thirty years he's been campaigning to get safer access to his front garden at Four Lanes on the busy A39. Now Cornwall Council has brought in the diggers to build a new lane at the back so he no longer has to risk life and limb. Hear David Fishers's
"20.10.2016 17:00:00" Marshall meets UFC Champions This is 8 year old Marshall Janson from Cornwall who's fulfilled another lifelong dream. Marshall, who had his legs and hands amputated after contracting meningitis has now taken up Martial arts. He was given a backstage pass to a UFC 204 event in
"20.10.2016 10:38:54" Timeline Photos An amazing photo of a tuna taken in Mounts Bay yesterday. It was taken by Marine Discovery Penzance. There have been lots of sightings and a couple of tuna catches in recent weeks but it's very rare to get such a great photo of this type of fish as they
"20.10.2016 06:59:07" Timeline Photos Today's #RadioRiddle comes from the @GCHQ #Twitter feed - with permission. What's the answer?
Don't cheat. They will know.
"20.10.2016 06:40:23" John Broome is the man who developed Alton Towers into a world class destination - now he's got big plans for Cornwall. Planners will today debate his proposals for a luxury complex with 236 holiday lodges, a tropical pool, restaurants and activities
"19.10.2016 19:43:25" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Could this become Britain's first 'six star resort'? Planners will decide today whether to give the go ahead for a luxury complex with 236 holiday lodges, a tropical pool, restaurants and activities centre to be built near Wadebridge.
The man behind the
"19.10.2016 18:22:04" bbc.co.uk Medical director failings 'not misconduct', tribunal hears - BBC News Failings by a medical director to protect patients did not amount to misconduct, a tribunal rules. A tribunal has found that failings by a medical director to protect patients from risk of harm by a gynaecologist at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust did not amount to misconduct.
Dr Paul Upton was found not to have taken appropriate steps against Rob
"19.10.2016 17:02:24" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post How important is eating and drinking local produce to your holiday? New research carried out by a group of university academics from the Midlands has tried to quantify the economic benefits of the sector in St Ives. Hear about their conclusions on the
"19.10.2016 14:28:53" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post We've all seen lorries jammed down narrow lanes which have been badly directed by a sat-nav. But such a sight could soon be a thing of the past.
For the first time Ordnance Survey will produce a definitive database for sat-nav manufacturers which
"19.10.2016 10:30:11" Timeline Photos An angry mother from Cornwall says a new school transport policy for her 15-year-old son is divisive and could mean education is denied to poorer families.
Newquay Treviglas school offers after-school booster lessons for pupils going through GCSE years.
"19.10.2016 07:26:16" Bosvena Regretfully, Bosvena will close after Saturday 29th October 2016.
Since the roadworks started there has been a significant downturn in trade which, while doubtless temporary, is not what a growing business needs! So Bosvena will, at the very least, take The people behind this Bodmin restaurant say they're going to have to close - and they're blaming the roadworks.
In a statement Cornwall Council said: "The important message is - and one that we hope everyone, including the local community will help
"19.10.2016 07:20:53" Weatherman Kevin Thomas has set our Radio Riddle - it's a brain teaser to stimulate the little grey cells ... It's just for fun .. no prizes
Non Old Newbie
Is it a place? a person? a landmark in Cornwall?? Clues to follow in the comments below
"19.10.2016 07:16:16" Timeline Photos The weather will be relatively benign over the next few days as high pressure develops to the southwest. Today it'll be cloudy at times with a few light showers around, but there will be some sunny spells developing. Northwesterly winds will be light or
"18.10.2016 21:51:49" Zoe Young shows us around "The Cottage" a South West Water building which has been bought by its tenants for £300,000. Initially squatters moved into the derelict site, but when SWW went to evict them, it discovered they'd improved the building and made
"18.10.2016 20:31:44" bbc.co.uk The music designed especially for cats - CBBC Newsround A musician has created an album just for cats, which he hopes will make them happier while they listen. What music leaves your cat feline good? Do you see him nodding along to the radio or does he/she get up and leave the room when you play music? On Wednesday's breakfast programme with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs we'd like to hear from you and your
"18.10.2016 17:44:53" Timeline Photos Jack is a ninety-seven year old war veteran from Mousehole who's taken thousands of photographs and videos over the years which he's loved posting on facebook. On Wednesdays' BBC Radio Cornwall Breakfast Show hear how he was targeted by scammers who
"18.10.2016 16:42:57" Penlee Lifeboat Details of today's shout - at 10.14am this morning the crew pagers at RNLI Penlee sounded and the volunteer crew were tasked to join the search for possible persons in the water 5 miles west of Land's End. A passing merchant ship, the MV Zeeland, had Interesting shout for Penlee and Sennen lifeboats today...
"18.10.2016 16:13:01" Fantastic live renaissance music in the studio on today's Afternoon Show. You can catch Bene Amici playing at The Centre, Newlyn on Sunday 23rd October
"18.10.2016 09:36:37" This is part of the 2.7 mile walk that a mother from Cornwall says her daughter is being told to make - to and from school. According to Julie Hewitt from St Wenn near Wadebridge, Cornwall Council says this is a more direct route and is under the 3 mile
"18.10.2016 08:42:48" Timeline Photos Today's weather: Becoming brighter through the morning with sunny spells developing. The showers will also become increasingly isolated as well. So that by this afternoon it will be mainly dry. The fresh, occasionally strong northwesterly winds will also
"18.10.2016 07:06:21" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Devon & Cornwall on Tuesday 18 October 2016 - BBC News Plans to remove 400 'underused' payphones, and more TRAFFIC NEWS: The A38 is closed near Liskeard in the Plymouth direction this morning. It's thought a van has overturned at the turn to Looe .. long delays are reported eastbound.
More here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-devon-37624865
"18.10.2016 05:56:01" bbc.co.uk Ambulance patients face long A&E delays - BBC News Thousands of patients taken to hospital by ambulance face long delays before being seen by accident and emergency staff, figures for England show. The number of patients having to wait in ambulances before being transferred into A&E departments in the South West is on the rise. The number of people waiting more than half an hour has gone up by around 50% in the last three years. Has this happened to
"18.10.2016 05:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Recognise this town?
It could be the winner of a national competition celebrating the best high street in a coastal town. We're live here on Tuesday's breakfast programme. Do you know where we are?
"17.10.2016 20:42:56" Fishermen have expressed cautious optimism after holding a meeting about Brexit in Penzance.
Representatives from all over the South West gathered to discuss how to get the best deal for their industry.
We have the full story on Tuesday's breakfast
"17.10.2016 17:00:00" Watch this short video to see what it's like to drive a lorry through Cornish roads.
Drivers say hedgerows are becoming more overgrown, causing serious safety concerns. Although cutting hedges is the responsibility of landowners, council-run services
"17.10.2016 11:40:52" Will 'Brexit' herald a new dawn for Newlyn's fishing fleet?
Fishermen who backed the #Leave campaign are holding talks in Penzance tonight on how they might influence the future shape of fisheries policy. Cornish MP George Eustice has previously said
"17.10.2016 10:56:01" Timeline Photos A group of parish councillors has spent thousands of pounds on legal letters to Cornwall Council requesting a public inquiry into the controversial busgate scheme in Threemilestone. Is this a sensible way to spend taxpayers money, objecting to a scheme
"17.10.2016 10:50:17" Rackhouse Pilfer playing live for us on the David White show this morning. Tune in and listen now.
"17.10.2016 09:19:18" A romantic surfer from Cornwall got down on one knee on his surf board, to propose to his girlfriend as they both surfed the Severn Bore.
Peter Abell, who runs King Surf surf school in Mawgan Porth popped the question from his board early yesterday
"17.10.2016 08:21:27" This graffitti has appeared recently on the site of a controversial hotel development in Bude. It bears the signature of the world famous graffitti artist Banksy but there's no confirmation that it's real. Banksy or fake? This graffitti has appeared recently on the site of a controversial hotel development in Bude. It bears the signature of the world famous graffitti artist Banksy but there's no confirmation that it's real.
"17.10.2016 07:43:27" Timeline Photos High spring tides at Portreath forming the backdrop for today's weather forecast: It'll be a day of scattered showers and sunny periods. Some of the showers will be heavy, but there will also be some drier interludes. Light or moderate west or
"17.10.2016 07:15:10" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Bryan Gibson has taken 15,000 pictures of blocked drains in Cornwall. His trademark sign is Cormy the gnome, pictured looking disapprovingly at a blocked drain that's led to flooding. He says he uses Cormy to show what he calls "The diabolical nature of
"17.10.2016 06:56:35" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Has there been any flooding where you live? The spring tides have been very high, and left a trail of seaweed over the seawall in Penzance but fortunately no damage was done there. And did you see the supermoon last night? We'd love to see any pictures
"17.10.2016 06:46:48" Heavy farm machinery crosses over a culvert near St Neot where part of the road has fallen into the stream. The granite boulder that's fallen into the water has blocked the culvert causing regular flooding. CORMAC denies this is the problem. Hear from the
"16.10.2016 23:30:03" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Battery rocks in Penzance during Sunday's high tides.
[pictures by David Dixon]
"16.10.2016 20:00:51" Anne Boosey in Fowey has accused the RCHT of badly managing the events after her husband's death. She says she was told a post-mortem was needed, two days before his funeral. The RCHT has apologised to Anne for any distress and says it should have done
"16.10.2016 18:14:49" Here are some photos that have been shared as part of a Cornish community project about 19th century topsail schooners. If you'd like to hear more then tune into the breakfast show between 6-9am with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs.
"16.10.2016 18:05:05" Timeline Photos A Methodist minister has spoken about the "total devastation" caused when a coal waste tip collapsed in the Welsh village of Aberfan.
A total of 144 people, including 116 children, died in the disaster 50 years ago
"16.10.2016 18:00:48" Aberfan children heard 50 years on A poignant recording emerges of singing by children - many of whom died in Aberfan coal collapse. From Cornish minister now living in Devon. http://bbc.in/2dG9eND
"16.10.2016 15:47:16" Blocked drains in Wadebridge on Saturday cause a flood outside the Chiropodist Clinic. Have you had a similar experience? Post your pictures on our Facebook page and hear the discussion on BBC Radio Cornwall Breakfast from 0600 tomorrow morning.
"16.10.2016 10:28:21" Timeline Photos A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the South Cornwall Coast At Mounts Bay.
Flooding is expected in Penzance for Western Promenade Road, The Rugby Ground, Larrigan and Battery Road, Daniel Place, Brighton Terrace, Queens
"16.10.2016 10:11:45" Timeline Photos Is there a song you'd like played on BBC Radio Cornwall? Would you like to dedicate a track to someone?
Well, you're, because every Sunday you can do exactly that on the request show from Midday!
It could be a birthday, an anniversary or just because
"16.10.2016 10:02:23" Vet Jen Williamson is in with Duncan Warren this morning and is hoping a home can be found for Polly the cat in this short film. More information can be found about Polly by contacting Lonely Pawz on 07776 205658 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or let us know on
"16.10.2016 09:12:59" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
Our weather watcher's photo of St Ives is from Bilbo's Dad
Today: Bright with patchy cloud and sunny spells, there will also be a few scattered showers, these mainly affecting the west and along and near the north coast.
"16.10.2016 06:26:38" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"16.10.2016 04:46:14" Timeline Photos Today's Weather for Cornwall and the Isle of Scilly from John: The early morning showery rain will quickly clear to the east, followed by brighter skies with spells of sunshine, however there will be a few scattered showers these mainly affecting the west
"15.10.2016 19:30:01" Timeline Photos This week marks the 50th anniversary of the disaster in the South Wales mining village of Aberfan which killed 144 people. 116 of the victims were children just starting their day at school. Cornishman, Irving Penberthy, from Beacon was a Methodist
"15.10.2016 19:15:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Did you know that the UK Ambassador to the Holy See is a lady with Cornish connections?
Sally Axworthy from Morwenstow works with Pope Francis on foreign policy issues such as modern slavery and trafficking. Hear more about Sally's work and how Cornwall
"15.10.2016 18:00:38" Poldark 'profited from savage conditions' TV presenter Chris Packham says mine owners like Ross Poldark profited from savage conditions of mining at the time of the Poldark stories.
Packham visited the recreated Poldark Mine in Cornwall to find the truth about conditions for miners.
And he was
"15.10.2016 17:30:00" bbc.co.uk 15/10/2016 - BBC Introducing in Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. It's a wild live ride of a #BBCIntroducing show tonight, as we grab the chance to play full Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival sets from Little Lapin and Sarah Marie alongside an in studio set from the brilliant Noel Prior!
Not only this but we've
"15.10.2016 15:25:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Do you know more about these incredible boats which helped boost Cornwall's prosperity?
A project to uncover the unique history of merchant sailboats in Cornwall is being launched in Devoran.
During the 19th century, coastal communities in Cornwall built
"15.10.2016 10:40:33" The Anglican Centre in Rome is at the forefront of a mission for closer church unity. It's Director, Archbishop David Moxon, showed Donna Birrell around..
"15.10.2016 08:34:30" Timeline Photos Bailey is a dog with a broken heart.
Duncan's Pet of the Week is Bailey, a 5 year old Staffy whose heart was broken when his owner had to give him up. Bailey has been very good with other dogs at the RSPCA. He hasn't lived with a cat before but seems to
"15.10.2016 08:29:25" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
This morning's sunrise weather watcher's photo across Falmouth Bay from SuzyB.
Today: A band of heavy thundery and persistent rain spreading in from the west will clear to the east by early to mid-afternoon followed by
"15.10.2016 08:11:02" Timeline Photos Police are concerned for a 50-year-old man who has been missing from Torpoint since Friday 7th October.
Jason Westbourne is described as 5 foot 10, with long hair - usually tied into a ponytail. He is known to have connections with South East Cornwall,
"15.10.2016 06:50:02" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Do you know where this Cornish place is?
Donna Birrell will bring you the first of today's #PlaceRace clues at 07.55 on Saturday Breakfast.
It has a history of Roman forts and some say, it's the centre of Cornwall!
Donna will give you the answer at about
"14.10.2016 16:15:48" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The International Pasty Festival takes place this weekend, not in Cornwall, but in the central Mexican state of Hidalgo!
It started when Cornish miners and their families relocated to Pachuca and Real del Monte in the early 1800s, to restore abandoned
"14.10.2016 14:40:05" Timeline Photos Historic photo of the week
Thank you to Helston Museum for sharing their fascinating photo of the week. This is just one of 148 photos documenting the construction of Stithians Dam 1963-1965. Does anyone remember seeing this mega construction project in
"14.10.2016 13:56:17" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post 'Mysterious' rarely seen crab with markings resembling a human face hauled in by Newlyn fisherman
A rarely seen crab which spends most of its time hidden in the sand has gone on display at Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium.
Native to UK waters, it is hardly
"14.10.2016 09:23:14" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post There are reports this yacht has broken free from its moorings and washed onto Trebah Beach. Listener Roy McBryde took these photos whilst walking on the Helford yesterday. It's understood an attempt to recover the vessel will be made later.
"14.10.2016 06:51:07" Cornwall's new incinerator is now processing most of the county's domestic waste and turning some of it into electricity, but one local businessman says he was shocked to learn he has to cut up pieces of old plastic he's collected so they fit into the
"13.10.2016 19:59:46" Timeline Photos Ok, who's feeling clever? Your help is required on the David White Show but we've got a feeling this is going to be a fantastic request hour!
"13.10.2016 18:58:49" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post You might have been told by friends and family who don't live in Cornwall how lucky you are to live in the county. They might mention the beautiful scenery, the beaches and the friendly people. But what if your experience is different and your life is not
"13.10.2016 18:48:43" Timeline Photos This is the bridge at Greenbottom which has forced the main road at Chacewater to be closed for more than 3 months. Network rail have undertaken major repairs on Saveock bridge as part of the railway upgrade plan. The road officially opens on Friday but
"13.10.2016 18:35:55" Noel Prior Noel Prior from Truro came in to perform live for BBC Introducing. His new album aims to raise awareness of men's mental health and the charity The CALMzone. This track is called Rubies in the Morning.
Hear the full session on BBC Introducing with David
"13.10.2016 17:22:22" This unlucky customer ended up causing over £5000 worth of damage including an OLED curved screen at HBH Woolacotts electrical store in St Austell. The incident happened in September. Unlucky!
"13.10.2016 12:59:19" Timeline Photos Fancy a worm salad? A food studies student at Duchy College says worms are the sustainable protein of the future. JP Barendse's reseach shows that meal worms have similar
protein content to chicken with far less impact on the environment than more
"13.10.2016 11:42:26" Timeline Photos Fancy a worm burger? A food studies student at Duchy College says worms are the sustainable protein of the future. JP Barendse's reseach shows that meal worms have similar
protein content to chicken with far less impact on the environment than more
"13.10.2016 09:59:17" Timeline Photos Plans for a new heliport in Penzance have been submitted to Cornwall Council. A group of local investors hopes to re-establish helicopter flights to the Isles of Scilly. The new heliport would be close to the old site on Jelbert Way on the outskirts of
"13.10.2016 06:58:49" A frankly evil #RadioRiddle
The first in the second is 0.0022
The second in the first is 453.5
Is it a place, a person, a thing or an activity? Clues after 0815 ..
"13.10.2016 06:42:28" Residents in Fowey are being advised to boil their drinking water for the next couple of days. It's emerged that when a water main burst yesterday, flooding the town centre, a sewer was also broken. South West Water say it's a precautionary measure for
"12.10.2016 20:09:19" How are the public toilets where you live in Cornwall? Last year around 200 were handed over by Cornwall Council to be run by local councils and groups.
On BBC Radio Cornwall breakfast we'll be hearing about one that is now being given back to Cornwall
"12.10.2016 19:08:10" Timeline Photos Two police officers from Cornwall are to be awarded a Royal Humane Society Award after they saved a knife wielding man from a burning caravan in Leedstown last February. PC's Alison Harvey and Ian Tolchard have already been honoured in Cornwall for their
"12.10.2016 18:32:00" Kevin's Dream job How Kevin Thomas's big head shattered his dreams...
"12.10.2016 16:11:56" Timeline Photos Gerbil abandoned in cage has 50% chance of recovery
The RSPCA says the cage was left with domestic bins in Newquay. Two gerbils were inside, one barely alive and the other sadly already dead. There was no food or water with the animals and there was a
"12.10.2016 13:29:29" What did you want to be when you grew up and did you achieve it? Over the next two days 3000 local teenagers will visit the Cornwall Careers Show #CCS2016 to try their hand at jobs they may not have considered. Thanks to these students at Newquay
"12.10.2016 12:04:05" Timeline Photos When a burst water main floods the main street, what better way to get about? This is Brett from Fowey River Hire paddling his way through the town. South West Water say water supplies should be back on by 2.30pm.
"12.10.2016 09:38:28" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Chiverton to Carland Cross proposal to dual almost 9 miles on the notorious bottleneck. Highways England is talking to stakeholders including landowners ahead of the main public consultation launch this Friday. Here is a sneak preview of the proposed
"12.10.2016 07:35:50" Timeline Photos David White used to make his own radio shows on cassette when he was a youngster, can you remember what you wanted to do as a job when you got older?
"11.10.2016 22:50:34" Last minute preparations for Operation Encompass. Tomorrow...a meeting with The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners at Westminster. Next week ... Belfast and next month The Hague. Elizabeth and David Carney-Howarth hope their initiative will
"11.10.2016 17:32:31" Timeline Photos Once again the company providing cleaning and catering at Cornwall's main hospitals has had to pay a large portion of its profits in fines for so called 'service failures.' MITIE is defending itself saying it is a contractual problem and doesn't properly
"11.10.2016 17:00:08" bbc.co.uk Could Brexit bring back the royal yacht? - BBC News Conservative MP Jake Berry has called for the Royal Yacht Britannia to be brought back into service to help the UK strike trade deals. What do you think of this idea? Would a new royal yacht be a perfect platform to promote post Brexit Britain around the world or a total waste of money in difficult financial times?http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-37428864
"11.10.2016 17:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post A small victory for the local community - that's how a group of residents in St Cleer are describing their success in halting plans to build almost sixty new homes in their village. Cornwall Council's local planning committee rejected an application by
"11.10.2016 16:46:44" Timeline Photos Mebyon Kernow has Plaid Cymru support for a Commons debate on the controversial proposal to create a cross-Tamar parliamentary seat. Constitution Minister Chris Skidmore is standing firm on the numbers.
"When it comes to Devon or Cornwall or any other
"11.10.2016 11:23:54" Timeline Photos Devon and Cornwall Police have issued a warning that they can arrest people over 'Clown Craze'
The assistant chief constable Paul Netherton has tweeted 'hoped it wouldn't happen here but @DC_Police getting calls re scary clowns. We will take action and
"11.10.2016 07:50:26" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Artworks by some of Cornwall's best known artists will be going under the hammer as part of a huge sale of David Bowie's modern art collection. Not only was David Bowie one of the world's most influential musicians, he also amassed a huge collection of
"11.10.2016 07:43:18" Timeline Photos This view of the coast near Newquay from weatherwatcher "Sheppy Loo" is typical of conditions across Cornwall. After a chilly start, it'll become a largely dry day with sunny spells and patches of cloud. However, there is the risk of an isolated light
"11.10.2016 07:28:59" Thanks to Ken Taylor for sharing this dramatic video showing how crews from all over Cornwall battled a major fire at a derelict #Camborne supermarket last night 45 fire fighters tackled the blaze at the old Lidl and Normans store
"11.10.2016 07:01:38" Today's Radio Riddle - our brain teaser to stimulate the little grey cells (just for fun .. no prizes .. for you to play along at home)
It's an ANAGRAM
Shh Dry A Mr Ivy Up
Is it a place? a person? a landmark in Cornwall?? More clues to follow below
"11.10.2016 06:07:45" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo Thanks to Pat Liddicoat for sharing this lovely west Cornwall scene - in our household we used to call those shafts of sunlight "fishermen's trousers"
"11.10.2016 05:41:40" Timeline Photos More than 45 firefighters from all over Cornwall were called out last night to battle a blaze in a disused supermarket in Camborne. The fire was reported at the old Lidl store - which was also once called Normans - early yesterday evening. Crews from
"10.10.2016 20:38:04" Major fire at former Normans store in Tuckingmill. Emergency services concerned about asbestos
"10.10.2016 19:56:19" Some breaking news. There's a major fire in Camborne this evening. The Fire Service tell us it's at a derelict building in Tuckingmill which used to house a supermarket. We have a reporter on the way to the scene and there'll be full details on the
"10.10.2016 19:17:51" Timeline Photos With less than two months to go before a new contractor could be announced to run Cornwall's fourteen leisure centres we can reveal that whoever takes over will have to spend six million pounds on what the Cornwall Council calls 'priority repairs'. Hear
"10.10.2016 17:46:16" Pete Salt, Medical Adviser, BBC Casualty An amputated leg, a beating heart and half a face... just some of the things on the David White Show today! BBC Casualty Medical Adviser, Pete Salt, came in for a chat. This video is not for the squeamish!
And by the way, Pete grew up in Cornwall and
"10.10.2016 16:49:41" Timeline Photos With less than two months to go before a new contractor could be announced to run Cornwall's fourteen leisure centres we can reveal that whoever takes over will have to spend six million pounds on what the Cornwall Council calls 'priority repairs'. Hear
"10.10.2016 15:30:34" Timeline Photos Aid could be flown in after Hurricane Matthew's trail of destruction
Seven Shelterbox volunteers are in Port-au-Prince working with Haitian authorities and other aid agencies. The charity says with nearly 900 dead and tens of thousands homeless, cholera
"10.10.2016 15:19:39" devon-cornwall.police.uk Devon & Cornwall Police Devon and Cornwall Police to seek recruits in particular for Penzance, St Austell, Launceston, Bodmin and Barnstaple. This Thursday 13th October is the deadline for the initial application stage.
"10.10.2016 13:41:30" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Debbie McCrory opened the new Cornwall Hospice Care shop in Truro today, hear more after 3 pm
"10.10.2016 11:43:47" Paignton Zoo staff are cautiously optimistic that they have achieved their first breeding success with a rare primate after 15 years of trying. The species is the pileated gibbon, classed as Endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of A rare baby Paignton Zoo staff are cautiously optimistic that they have achieved their first breeding success with a rare primate after 15 years of trying. The species is the pileated gibbon, classed as Endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of
"10.10.2016 11:23:15" Lunchtime with Laurence An item of significant historical importance has been stolen from a church in South East Cornwall. It's the name plate from the coffin of Bishop Trelawny and it's been taken from Pelynt Church, where he was buried in 1721
The plate was hanging in a frame
"10.10.2016 11:07:05" An angler spent 2 hours fighting a 170lb Bluefin tuna off Looe. The fish was brought aboard the charter boat Borlewen to be measured and photographed before it was released. According to Chris Weaver who caught the fish, there have only ever been 6 170lb BLUEFIN TUNA LANDED OFF LOOE An angler spent 2 hours fighting a 170lb Bluefin tuna off Looe. The fish was brought aboard the charter boat Borlewen to be measured and photographed before it was released. According to Chris Weaver who caught the fish, there have only ever been 6
"10.10.2016 09:41:27" Timeline Photos We have body parts from BBC One's Casualty in the studio with David White!
"10.10.2016 07:15:35" Monday's Radio Riddle has been suggested by Roger in Rosudgeon
Keep a look out for a friendly alien
Is it a place? a person? a landmark in Cornwall??
It's a brain teaser to stimulate the little grey cells ... It's just for fun .. no prizes .. for
"10.10.2016 06:45:56" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Skateboarding is going to be a demonstration sport at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and this weekend skate fans in Cornwall staged their very own Olympic Games. Falmouth played host to the Skateboard Olympics, where competitors showed off their aerial skills
"10.10.2016 05:41:56" Near miss! These dramatic video pictures filmed by cyclists on the roads of Devon and Cornwall show drivers whizzing past cyclists, leaving very little room. Now the region's top traffic officer is on a mission to highlight the issue of motorists passing
"09.10.2016 17:00:01" Timeline Photos A 30 million pound flood alleviation scheme for mid-Cornwall is being described as the 'most ambitious plan ever put together in Britain for combating flooding' - but the race is on to secure European funding before it dries up. Hear the full story with
"09.10.2016 17:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post On BBC Radio Cornwall on Monday morning with James and Pam hear about an ancient hill top fort which has gone on sale in west Cornwall. Situated between Penzance and St Just can you fathom out where it is from the pictures below?
"09.10.2016 09:32:18" Pelynt Male Choir celebrated its 50th anniversary by joining with Newquay and Burraton choirs for a special concert last night, compered by Donna Birrell.
"09.10.2016 09:05:39" Bishop Mark O'Toole and Bishop Tim Thornton speaking to Donna Birrell at a summit for closer unity in Rome
"09.10.2016 08:23:57" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
This morning's weather watcher's photo across Falmouth Bay from SuzyB.
Today: The cloudy skies will give way to sunny spells these are expected to become more extensive later in the afternoon from the east; top
"09.10.2016 04:51:45" Timeline Photos Today's Weather for Cornwall and the Isle of Scilly from John: Although a mostly cloudy start to the day, this is expected to break and clear westwards giving some good periods of sunshine. The light northeasterly breeze continues; top temperature 16C.
"08.10.2016 18:43:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Get the cappuccino ready, because it's a Roman special on Sunday Breakfast from 0600. Donna Birrell has been to the eternal city as the Catholic Bishop of Plymouth and the Anglican Bishop of Truro join the Pope and the Archbishop of Canterbury to seek
"08.10.2016 17:00:02" bbc.co.uk 08/10/2016 - BBC Introducing in Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. It's one heck of a #BBCIntroducing show this week as we pack in the live sets!
We've two brilliant full sets from Sam Green and the Midnight Heist and Sam Kelly, and Andrew Bache pops in to perform two cracking live tracks in the studio!
Not only that,
"08.10.2016 13:21:36" Join Donna Birrell for Sunday Breakfast for all the latest from Rome on the challenges facing the Anglican and Catholic Churches as they move towards greater unity.
"08.10.2016 08:36:43" Timeline Photos Duncan's Pet of the Week
Rupert the Cat is desperate for a home.
Rupert has been with the RSPCA for 9 months. He's got his bags packed and is ready to leave. He's a charming black and white cat in need of love and affection.
Call the RSPCA on 01637
"08.10.2016 08:17:55" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
This morning's weather watcher's photo is from Sheppy Loo at Newquay.
Today: A dry rather cloudy day, although some sunshine is expected to break through from most places, top temperature will be close to 16C.
"08.10.2016 06:08:13" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Fare Share says Cornwall is particularly good at supporting its scheme to deliver meals. It has been working with Tesco to distribute surplus food to local communities. The Chaos Cafe in Truro is one of the groups making sure food gets to those who need
"07.10.2016 19:00:00" Looe Music Festival Highlights We've put together a lovely little highlights film from Looe Music Festival - what a fab weekend it was!
"07.10.2016 15:52:55" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Coastguards are warning people people in Cornwall not to handle suspect objects they find on beaches after a second world war mortar had to be detonated at Bude. Members of the public picked up the device before reporting it. The mortar was photographed
"07.10.2016 15:30:06" Timeline Photos Donna Birrell interviewing Sally Axworthy in Vatican City. Sally is the UK Ambassador to the Holy See. She loves Cornwall and has links to Morwenstow! More on this on Sunday Breakfast.
"07.10.2016 15:29:19" Timeline Photos It's incredible who comes to Cornwall on holiday. In an interview with BBC Radio Cornwall today, astronaut Chris Hadfield says he's spent a break here with his daughter. Who else have you spotted chilling out Kernow-style? (PS Hear Chris on Drive around
"07.10.2016 14:01:15" Bishop Mark O'Toole and Bishop Tim Thornton in Vatican City. Donna Birrell will have more on the unity between the two churches on BBC Radio Cornwall on both Sunday and Monday at breakfast. She'll also be on BBC Spotlight .
"07.10.2016 13:16:31" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Can you do this?
Newquay's Luke Dillon is very good at surfing...
The current British surfing number one begins his journey this weekend to represent Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympics as he competes in the World Surfing League in Costa Rica.
"07.10.2016 12:04:05" bbc.co.uk Tom Chaplin, 07/10/2016, David White - BBC Radio Cornwall Keane front-man Tom Chaplin talks candidly about overcoming his drug addiction If you missed David White's interview with Tom Chaplin it really is worth a listen. The Keane front-man talks openly about overcoming his drug addiction and writing about it for his new solo album.
"07.10.2016 08:43:03" The Archbishop of Canterbury preached at vespers for the ecumenical mission for greater unity in Rome. The Anglican Bishop of Truro and the Catholic Bishop of Plymouth were presented with Lampedusa Crosses made from the wreckage of refugee boats off
"07.10.2016 08:08:14" Timeline Photos It's #FridayRequests on the David White Show!! Suggestions below please...
"07.10.2016 07:55:26" Timeline Photos This is 10 year old Miles Rodwell from Bodmin. Miles was really upset by the abuse he saw road workers getting from members of the public and felt moved to do something about it. He wanted to cheer up the workers so got them a tray of donuts. He's since
"07.10.2016 07:43:35" Timeline Photos It was a beautiful sunrise for parts of west Cornwall this morning as this picture from BBC Weatherwatcher Elaine T showed. However, there will be the occasional light shower moving in from the English Channel through the day, but there will also be some
"07.10.2016 06:32:10" Timeline Photos The flag of St Piran will be raised in Berlin today. As part of its Festival of Nations, students at one of the German city's international schools have been learning all about the history, culture and food of the county. We'll be talking to Myke Stevens
"07.10.2016 06:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post 10-year-old Miles Rodwell from Bodmin got a ride in a digger, a hard hat and a certificate from workmen to say thank you after he bought them doughnuts.
Miles noticed the workmen on Bodmin's current big road project were getting abused by locals. So, he
"07.10.2016 05:00:56" Hundreds of people from across the country are making their way from St Austell to Spain to raise funds for six Cornish charities. Bon Voyage to those in the Banger Rally Challenge!
"06.10.2016 19:50:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Can you recognise these funghi - found in a wood near Truro?
Cornwall's celebrating some new discoveries in the world of funghi as the country gears up for UK Fungus Day.
Experts say they've found exciting new species in the county never seen before.
"06.10.2016 17:31:52" Tin mining could be back in Cornwall by 2020.
That's the aim of the Canadian company that owns South Crofty mine. It's welcomed news that the price of tin is at its highest for several years. It's finally reached the $20,000 a tonne level.More on
"06.10.2016 15:19:33" bbc.co.uk Owner of sunglass-wearing Devon dog Jaxs appeals for peace - BBC News A Jack Russell dog with an eye condition is at centre of unwanted attention due to his protective dark glasses. If you saw this little dog, you might well want to take a picture. But his owner says the poor old soul is getting upset by all the attention and his funky look is all down to items he needs to wear for this
"06.10.2016 12:43:07" For National Poetry Day, BBC Local Radio has commissioned 40 poets to write a poem for each of the areas we broadcast to - each one written from the viewpoint of a local landmark or mascot.
Here in Cornwall our chosen poet is Megan Chapman from Falmouth,
"06.10.2016 10:39:41" Major roadworks in Plymouth are adding 45 minutes to some rush hour journeys. What about the roadworks at Carkeel, Temple or in Bodmin? How much has it affected you? Give Laurence Reed a call on 01872 222222 from 12 noon
"06.10.2016 06:00:46" People in Falmouth have been given the chance to share their views on a controversial student housing development proposal in the town. Around 100 people turned up at the public meeting hosted by Cornwall Council last night. This short film shows the site
"06.10.2016 05:27:30" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post It's National Poetry Day .. so rather than our #RadioRiddle challenge we're going to set a little verse challenge. We've started two limericks .. can you complete them? No prizes or anything, just the delight of creativity. Click on the picture you like
"05.10.2016 19:30:13" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Check out this bathroom in Cornwall made out of bendy wood...
It features on tonight's Grand Designs. We speak to the man who built it on Thursday's Breakfast programme. Listen in from 0600 to get some tips on constructing your own house!
We'd love to
"05.10.2016 18:19:39" Cornwall still lags behind the rest of the country when it comes to diagnosing dementia. The latest figures from the NHS show doctors here are still failing to spot new patients at the same rate as other regions. In Cornwall only 57% of over 65s who are
"05.10.2016 17:58:00" Children in Need recce Victoria Graham and David White suss out where they'll be for the Party for Pudsey... BBC Children In Need with BBC Spotlight, November the 18th!
"05.10.2016 16:56:58" From Cornwall...to Rome.
A historic pilgrimage to meet the Pope- Truro's Bishop Tim is singled out to represent the UK to try to find a way to unite Anglicans and Catholics. BBC Radio Cornwall is in Rome following all the events. Could this change things
"05.10.2016 13:35:30" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Devon & Cornwall on Wednesday 5 October 2016 - BBC News Assaults on ambulance staff 'almost double in a year', and more The body of a man has been found on Tolcarne Beach in Newquay today. Both the police and Newquay coastguard rescue team are in attendance. Police were called at 12.10pm - they say an investigation is now underway and enquiries ongoing. We will update this
"05.10.2016 12:55:40" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Some of the delights of Callington Honey Fair. BBC Radio Cornwall's Laurence Reed out and about and still on air until 3...
"05.10.2016 10:38:50" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Thanks to the pupils, staff and parents at Kea School for welcoming Pudsey today as BBC Children in Need launches the 2016 fundraising campaign. BBC Cornwall and BBC Spotlight are featuring the personal stories of local families who have received help
"05.10.2016 10:24:52" BACHE Now this is a jolly tune! Bache from West Cornwall playing live for the David White Show.
"05.10.2016 07:06:33" Timeline Photos This morning's #RadioRiddle might be easier for the digital audience than the radio audience .. it's a brain teaser to stimulate the little grey cells but it's just for fun .. no prizes.
If you want a suit in a hurry, you need her Style
Is it a person?
"05.10.2016 06:13:38" bbc.co.uk Why Cod could have regional accents - BBC News Regional dialects could affect the way they mate. Oh. My. Cod. It appears cod from Cornwall could struggle to understand their Scouse counterparts. Scientists believe the fish, which make sounds with their swim bladders to attract mates, might well have different regional dialects - and if males cannot
"05.10.2016 06:00:28" A cycle track between Liskeard and Looe is a step closer now that funding has been secured for a feasibility study. If successful it could one day allow for a coast to coast link taking in the Camel trail to Padstow. As local historian Brian Oldham
"04.10.2016 20:36:31" A significant number of South Western ambulance staff face physical violence or harassment from patients, their relatives and other members of the public according to inspectors. The service has been rated as requiring improvement but inspectors say staff
"04.10.2016 19:34:28" Check out this video to see what happens to bin bags on Scilly... We track what some people are calling a "ridiculous journey", particularly for the green waste created by islanders. Hear the full story on Wednesday's Breakfast as well as how other UK
"04.10.2016 14:58:31" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Newlyn Artist Andrew Bibbings has caught the eye of chef Rick Stein who loves his pictures of sea life so much they will appear on his new 2017 merchandise
"04.10.2016 07:56:26" cornwall.gov.uk Environmental Protection - Air Quality - Cornwall Council In May 1997 the Government produced the National Air Quality Strategy (NAQS) The strategy represents a comprehensive approach to maintaining and improving the quality of ambient air in the United Kingdom. Outlined in the strategy are the air quality Cornwall Council's blaming diesel cars and increasing traffic levels for growing air pollution issues in the county. Six hotspots have already been designated Air Quality Management areas - meaning there are high levels of traffic related fumes - and they
"04.10.2016 07:02:03" James Churchfield has thought up today's #RadioRiddle .. it's a little cryptic brain teaser to get the little grey cells working ..
Joanna's role is deliciously mixed up
Can you get it with no clues?
"04.10.2016 06:59:09" A Royal Navy helicopter crew who made a dramatic double rescue off the coast of Cornwall last November, will be honoured with a bravery award in London today. Rescue 193 rescued two injured trawlermen from separate boats on the same call-out in severe
"03.10.2016 22:50:18" Michael Lobb extracts saliva for a DNA swab for a scientific study into how Bodmin Moor men differ from those in Devon. If you have an historical surname that dates back hundreds of years, the study needs YOU! Find out if your surname originated on Bodmin
"03.10.2016 19:44:42" There's a call for the public to get involved in tackling air pollution hotspots across Cornwall.
Camborne-Pool-Redruth, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Tideford and Gunnislake are all areas where the council's already had to put action plans in place.
"03.10.2016 19:06:00" Hollie Rogers What a fabulous voice! It was lovely to have Hollie Rogers Music (originally from Penzance) in for a chat and live session with David White today. Here's one of the songs she performed for us.
More info here: www.hollierogers.com
"03.10.2016 13:21:19" Young Kirsty Bendelow cut off a foot of her hair to help people with cancer who have lost their hair. She has the afternoon off school to talk to Laurence about the massive boost to her fundraising
"03.10.2016 09:42:17" Timeline Photos Cornwall Council leader John Pollard will be taking your questions in the studio from 1 pm this afternoon. Give Laurence Reed's team a call from 12 noon to book your call on 01872 222222. From transport to toilets or budgets to bus lanes what should Mr
"03.10.2016 06:57:42" Timeline Photos We have a bit of a cryptic challenge for you today - what we're calling the #RadioRiddle. It's a brain teaser to stimulate the little grey cells - it's just for fun .. no prizes .. can you solve this ..?
I put on board a cricketer's protection
"03.10.2016 06:13:17" We need your dog / wedding puns after two French bulldogs tied the knot on a beach in Cornwall this weekend! Dexter and his bride Maya are said to be besotted with each other. They wed at Chapel Rock in Marazion against the backdrop of St Michael's Mount
"03.10.2016 05:36:03" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Last month the government approved the culling of badgers in seven new areas of England, including Cornwall. BBC News has spoken to two people from the legal - and illegal - sides of the campaign to stop it.
Dressed in camouflage, Jay Tiernan scans the
"03.10.2016 05:22:21" Timeline Photos Police in West Cornwall are anxious to trace the whereabouts of 32 year old Victoria Tinkler, nee Ribbons. Victoria has been reported missing from her home address in the Redruth area, and police and family are concerned for her welfare.
"02.10.2016 17:01:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post It's often said we're a nation of animal lovers - and an annual church 'pets service' has become one of the best places to celebrate this.
Services across Cornwall have been marking the occasion.
At Kenwyn Church in Truro several dogs, cuddly toys and
"02.10.2016 10:08:33" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Is your Church in need of a makeover to make it more accessible to members of the community?
Villagers in St Wenn say a project to share eco-heating between the local school and church has highlighted how much a community can achieve when it works
"01.10.2016 11:29:38" Timeline Photos Ailsa Sugrue and Melanie Rawlings joined Donna for Saturday Breakfast. Ailsa lost her son, Teygan to meningitis and Melanie's son, Frank, died from testicular cancer. They're hoping people support their charity concert on Saturday 8th October at the
"01.10.2016 10:16:11" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo Look on the bright side, the showery weather does create some stunning rainbows. We caught this one in Falmouth earlier. We'd love to see your rainbow pics too!
"01.10.2016 08:19:26" Timeline Photos On Duncan's programme this week we would like to find a home for Patch, a 6 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier who's been abandoned by his owner.
Happy smiley Patch is proof of the wonderful nature that Staffies have. He is loving all the
"01.10.2016 08:17:39" Timeline Photos TODAY's WEATHER WITH LESLEY
A mix of sunshine and sharp showers, which will become less frequent this afternoon. Winds will be fresh, locally strong and gusty westerly, then north westerly, and it will be cooler with tops temperatures of 14C
"01.10.2016 06:50:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post It's time for this week's #PlaceRace !
Can you guess the Cornish place from these pictures?
Listen to Donna Birrell on Saturday Breakfast for more clues and the answer at just before 0900!
"01.10.2016 04:21:12" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The countryside in Cornwall can benefit from a post-Brexit landscape, according to some of Britain's leading conservationists, including the National Trust and the RSPB. Hear more with Donna Birrell on Saturday Breakfast.
"30.09.2016 16:57:51" nasa.gov Final Descent Image from Rosetta Spacecraft A new image of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was taken by the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft shortly before its controlled impact into the comet's surface. We've been talking about the Rosetta mission this evening. Here is the final image from the spacecraft. https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/final-descent-image-from-rosetta-spacecraft
"30.09.2016 13:33:55" It's been a stressful week .. so what could be more relaxing than to go for a paddle at the seaside? This is West Portholland in Cornwall - you can watch the breakers and feel the wind in your hair. Whatever you're doing around #Cornwall this weekend,
"30.09.2016 10:11:07" Fifty years ago the railway to Bude, Camelford and Launceston closed after the Beeching report. Here's a video to bring back memories. Did you travel on the train back in the 50s and 60s? Give Laurence Reed a call on 01872 222222 from 12 noon.
"30.09.2016 07:55:44" Timeline Photos There will be some heavy showers this morning with a low risk of thunder and hail, but the showers will become less frequent through the morning and it will become mainly dry with bright or sunny spells. Light or moderate west or southwesterly winds will
"29.09.2016 17:35:55" These two baby meerkats were born 10 days ago at the Screech Owl Sanctuary near St Columb, but sadly their mum died shortly afterwards.
Usually meerkat pups are born underground so they would have died without their Mum, but these two beauties were
"29.09.2016 14:44:06" TEYR, folk band Fancy a bit of folk music anyone? Teyr came in for a live session today.
They're playing at the The Acorn in Penzance tonight (Thursday 29th Sept) and the full session will be on BBC Introducing with David White on Saturday (1st Oct).
"29.09.2016 13:19:46" This extraordinary video has been produced by NHS managers in Cornwall, showing some of the emergency evacuation procedures at Edward Hain Hospital in St Ives. The hospital's inpatients department was closed in April because of concerns these methods
"29.09.2016 09:47:46" Timeline Photos This is the mess left behind by street drinkers in Truro after one day. What can be done to combat the problem of rowdy drunks in our parks and streets? How bad is street drinking where you live?
Give Laurence Reed a call on 01872 222222..
"29.09.2016 08:33:36" Sam Green and David White We always knew David White was super talented but using a buoy as a drum? Brilliant!
Sam Green and the Midnight Heist performing at Looe Music Festival for BBC Introducing
"29.09.2016 07:45:05" Timeline Photos Becoming dry and also brighter from the northwest as this picture of the beach near Falmouth from weatherwatcher SuzB shows. Sunny spells will develop and the winds will turn to the west or northwest becoming moderate or fresh, but still occasionally
"29.09.2016 06:04:39" Have you seen a surge in street drinking and anti-social behaviour on the streets of Truro in recent weeks? What about late night problems?
The city's senior police officer and the Mayor are so worried about the problems they're starting a 'zero
"29.09.2016 05:30:00" Timeline Photos Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth has welcomed its 200th apprentice into the yard.
The award winning apprenticeship scheme has been running for 18 years - and this summer saw its largest cohort of graduates.
Pictured here are just some of the apprentices.
"28.09.2016 19:56:01" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Did you use sunscreen this summer?
The Teenage Cancer Trust says young people in the South West need more awareness about protecting their skin. 65 % of 13 to 24-year-olds surveyed in the region have avoided putting on sunscreen to get a better tan. More
"28.09.2016 17:08:46" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post How much of a problem is street drinking where you live?
In Truro, it's become such an concern that the Mayor has arranged a summit and the police have made it a priority issue.
Is tough policing the best way of tackling this? Or do the people
"28.09.2016 13:52:54" Two people cut off by the tide near Porth on the north Cornish coast are rescued by coastguard helicopter.
"28.09.2016 10:06:08" Timeline Photos A road safety charity is calling for the use of all phones to be banned in cars including devices with hands free kits. Is this a step to far or vital for road safety? Give Laurence Reed a call on 01872 222222 from 12 noon.
"28.09.2016 05:00:12" Wheelchair racing is expanding in Cornwall and they need people to get involved. The Newquay and Par club has gained some new equipment and wants more members so they can take on clubs from other parts of the country.
People of all abilities are welcome
"27.09.2016 18:40:20" Timeline Photos Michael is 9 and is among around 300 primary school children thought to be affected by a change in policy around school transport. He lives 2.95 miles away from Gwinear School near Hayle which means he no longer qualifies for funded transport. His Mum
"27.09.2016 17:00:01" Timeline Photos Around 10 million people have some form of arthritis in the UK - people often assume the condition is linked to ageing but arthritis can affect people of all ages including children.
On Wednesday it's the lunchtime health phone in - and Laurence will be
"27.09.2016 15:26:53" Timeline Photos If you like a stroll on the beach at low water, scientists need your help mapping the love life of lugworms. Yes, lugworms.... apparently this is the season they get frisky and you can help collect vital information on their mating behaviour in a project
"27.09.2016 11:56:54" Timeline Photos Coastguards are warning people about the dangers of getting too close to the edge of cliffs, after a group of schoolchildren risked their lives trying to take "extreme selfie pictures". Will young people always take risks like this? Give Laurence Reed a
"27.09.2016 09:39:52" bbc.co.uk Dog microchips: Outdated contact details leave animals unclaimed - BBC News A total of 4,732 stray dogs cannot return to their owners because their microchips do not contain correct contact details, charity Dogs Trust finds. 2,500 stray dogs were picked up last year in the South West and many of them can't be found. We'll be hearing from local experts who sometimes have to destroy untraceable animals. Have you chipped your dog? And are the details up to date ? Give Laurence
"27.09.2016 08:15:57" Here's a little exclusive video of The Changing Room performing exclusively for us at Looe Music Festival - fabulous Cornish folk music!
"27.09.2016 06:08:11" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'Keith, narrow boater' from Porthtowan.
It will be a dull, damp and misty morning. The cloud will lift and conditions will brighten from the west during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature: 18 Deg C (64 Deg F).
"27.09.2016 05:00:01" Timeline Photos Headteachers and unions in Cornwall are warning of a growing problem of schools struggling to recruit enough teachers. It comes as figures reveal local authority schools in the county spent more than £4 million on agency and supply staff last year. It's
"26.09.2016 19:27:07" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post This 10 metre long, 10 ton stainless steel chamber has been designed and built in Cornwall. But it's soon (Tuesday) to be on its way to Glasgow where it will play a key part in tackling sewage in the Scottish city.
It will slot into the existing
"26.09.2016 18:11:54" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post A Cornish guesthouse where a balcony railing collapsed, seriously injuring a man on honeymoon who fell fifteen feet to the ground, has been ordered to pay fines of £8000.
The accident happened at the Chellowdene guesthouse in Falmouth in September last
"26.09.2016 15:50:58" Timeline Photos Labour's shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry and 'Brexit' lead says her party would make sure Cornwall got every pound of lost EU subsidy back after Brexit. Labour is also proposing a "real living wage" - more than £10 an hour by 2020. The chair of
"26.09.2016 15:16:05" chalaramap.fera.defra.gov.uk Chalara ash dieback in the UK Forestry Commission map marks Ash dieback in Cornwall
“Chalara ash dieback is developing in Cornwall much as expected, but natural tolerance of the disease does exist, and the UK is leading the way on research to identify tolerant trees. This research
"26.09.2016 13:31:07" Timeline Photos Loyal Launceston will host Festival of Cornish Culture and bardic ceremony - Gorsedh Kernow Esedhvos - in 2017
“In years gone by this was the furthest into Cornwall that officers of the crown felt safe to venture, and since that time this splendid town
"26.09.2016 13:00:44" BBC Spotlight 50 years ago the pleasure cruiser Darlwyne went down in heavy seas off Cornwall. 31 people, eight of them children, lost their lives. The story of how she was found is on Inside Out South West tonight at 7.30 on BBC1 A Cornish maritime mystery - solved. Tune into BBC One at 1930 tonight to hear the tragic tale of the "Darlwyne" on the BBC's Inside Out South West
"26.09.2016 12:56:55" Managers from First Kernow bus are investigating after one of their double decker buses became wedged under a bridge in Bodmin this morning. The company says the double-decker was out of service at the time of the accident this morning and no passengers
"26.09.2016 10:02:04" Timeline Photos A double decker bus struck a bridge in Bodmin this morning causing long delays for motorists. The bus was on a diversion route as parts of the town are being dug up to make way for a controversial new cycle scheme. Were you affected ? Give Laurence Reed a
"26.09.2016 06:15:03" bbc.co.uk US golf legend Arnold Palmer dies at 87 - BBC News US golfer Arnold Palmer, widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the sport's history, has died at the age of 87. Sad news from the world of sport - the legendary US golfer Arnold Palmer has passed away. Did you ever meet the great man?
"26.09.2016 05:20:45" Timeline Photos Do you recognise this life jacket? HM Coastguard were called after debris including a life raft, lifejacket and a spinnaker pole which washed up in the Whitsand Bay area of Plymouth over the weekend. Coastguard rescue teams from Tamar and Looe and four
"26.09.2016 05:00:00" Timeline Photos Funding for services that help rape victims and people with mental health issues could lose their NHS funding as commissioners battle big debts. NHS Kernow - the organisation that buys health services on behalf of patients - needs to save around £40
"25.09.2016 20:26:05" bbc.co.uk BBC - Looe Music Festival 2016 Audio, video and pictures from Looe Music Festival 2016. Photos, videos and interviews, all in one place! What more could you want to find out all about what's gone on at Looe Music Festival?! Enjoy
"25.09.2016 19:38:37" Flats and Sharps Flats And Sharps are the kings of bluegrass in Cornwall, here they are performing on our BBC Introducing stage Looe Music Festival
"25.09.2016 16:12:52" Timeline Photos Hairdressers across Cornwall could be breaking the law by offering their clients a glass of wine or beer while they have their hair done. Cornwall Council says salons are legally required to have a licence if they serve alcohol, regardless of whether it's
"25.09.2016 15:18:17" Take a look around Looe Music Festival 2016 - pictures from the Friday. Thanks to Dom Moore, Elina Kansikas, Sarah Koury and Will Fahy for sharing their fabulous images wth us. Looe Music Festival, Friday Take a look around Looe Music Festival 2016 - pictures from the Friday. Thanks to Dom Moore, Elina Kansikas, Sarah Koury and Will Fahy for sharing their fabulous images wth us.
"25.09.2016 12:36:00" The Dustbowl Children Exclusive behind the scenes performances, interviews and pictures of Looe Music Festival to come over the next few days... so here's a little taster! It's The Dustbowl Children performing just for us!
"25.09.2016 11:00:33" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Duncan Warren enjoys more delights of the Great Cornish Food Festival. His show ran live from Lemon Quay in Truro where he was well fed and watered!
"25.09.2016 10:30:13" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Everything is looking delicious at the Great Cornish Food Festival on Lemon Quay in Truro. Duncan Warren is broadcasting live from the marquee until 12 noon so join him to hear from local chefs, producers and shoppers...he may even share a recipe or
"25.09.2016 08:09:51" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'David e' in Padstow.
It will be a bright, fresh and breezy day with sunny spells and isolated showers. Maximum Temperature: 16 Deg C (61 Deg F).
This evening, cloud will spread from the west with scattered showers
"24.09.2016 16:00:01" Timeline Photos An Nowodhow, the news in Cornish, can be heard at 5pm every Sunday on BBC Radio Cornwall.
This week the bulletin is written and read by Steve Penhaligon and you can follow the broadcast with this script.
Gorthugher da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen
"24.09.2016 08:27:08" Timeline Photos The RSPCA would like your help to try to find a home for Charlie! Charlie has now been with the charity for 1 year and 3 months and is still waiting for his forever home. Since Charlie arrived last June the charity has rehomed 250 cats so a new home for
"24.09.2016 08:20:59" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
This morning's weather watcher's photo is from WoodyGarden at Mylor Bridge.
Today: The cloud will continue to thicken and lower from the west bringing some patchy rain this become more persistent later in the afternoon
"24.09.2016 08:03:12" Timeline Photos Ann Pattison and the Rev Canon Andrew Wade came into Radio Cornwall this morning to talk to Jo Twist about plans for their church in Probus.
Cornwall has many historic church buildings and village halls, but many of them are in need of substantial
"24.09.2016 07:44:53" Aerial view - Looe Music Festival 2016 opens its doors
"24.09.2016 06:55:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Can you guess the Cornish place from these photos?
Tune in to Saturday Breakfast for more clues to this week's #PlaceRace
Find out the answer at just before 0900!
"24.09.2016 04:27:52" Timeline Photos Today's Weather for Cornwall and the Isle of Scilly from John: It is a warm, cloudy breezy start to the day, with the leading edge of an active band of rain pushing in from the west from around mid-afternoon. The moderate or fresh southerly wind will
"23.09.2016 17:30:00" bbc.co.uk 24/09/2016 - BBC Introducing in Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. We may be at Looe Music Festival (having a whale of a time - sorry), but normal programming does continue with another wonderful #BBCIntroducing in #Cornwall!
With tracks from WolfNote, Ben Thorpe, Harry Munk, Machine Millionaires, Majaro, Marcus McCoan,
"23.09.2016 15:51:06" Timeline Photos A proud Cornishman and his mighty cabbage! David Thomas from Leedstown has beaten a 91 year old world record with his 23.2kg red cabbage at the Malvern Autumn Show UK Giant Vegetable Competiton. He already holds records for a colossal cucumber and a
"23.09.2016 14:21:07" Looe Music Festival #seeyouonthebeach David White, Kevin Thomas and Rosie Dunkley are off to Looe Music Festival, but they're missing one crucial bit of kit!!
"23.09.2016 11:59:18" Timeline Photos Much to her surprise, Mel Osborne has had a few requests for the recipe for the vegetable curry she made for the Great Cornish Food Festival presenter's challenge in Truro. Here it is, enjoy!
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 brown onion finely
"23.09.2016 11:46:06" Timeline Photos RNAS Culdrose crew pick up 'MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY'
A Merlin helicopter from the Helston base RNAS Culdrose has played a major role in the dramatic rescue of the crew of a fishing boat in the Irish Sea - one child was on board. The aircraft from 829
"23.09.2016 10:05:01" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post It's a DRAW! For the second year in a row the judges couldn't separate the dishes prepared by Radio Cornwall presenters.
"23.09.2016 09:49:12" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post James Churchfield and Mel Osborne serve the judges in the 2016 presenter challenge at the Great Cornish Food Festival 2016.... Winner soon to be announced.
"23.09.2016 09:20:26" Kernow King at Looe Music Festival It's Looe Music Festival this weekend! Here's Kernow King with a look ahead to the weekend's events. Follow @BBCIntroCorn on Twitter and Instagram for all the news and gossip throughout the weekend.
"23.09.2016 08:13:14" Timeline Photos It's #requesthour on The David White Show! We're looking for #strictlysongs today.
"23.09.2016 07:00:15" Timeline Photos Today's Weather: After a chilly start with any mist patches quickly clearing and a few light showers over the sea to the south at first, it'll become a mostly dry day with bright or sunny spells and patchy cloud. Light south or southwesterly winds will
"22.09.2016 19:38:46" Timeline Photos There's big BREAKING NEWS from the world of sport - the Cornish Pirates have announced they are set to sign "an international deal that will trigger immediate investment in the club and lead to a potential tie-up with one of New Zealand's top rugby
"22.09.2016 17:49:35" Timeline Photos Health campaigners are warning of massive cuts and the possible closure of community hospitals and minor injury units in Cornwall. It follows the publishing of Cornwall's draft 5-year health plan in the county.
The new scheme is not specific, but it talks
"22.09.2016 15:31:18" Timeline Photos Potentially lethal Portuguese Men-of-War in Cornwall.
Reports that several of the dangerous floating sea creatures have washed up on beaches in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
The tentacle-like polyps can give an agonising and potentially lethal sting.
"22.09.2016 13:03:14" RDA Duchy Group Based at Duchy College RDA Duchy Group provides riding and therapy for disabled children and adults during term time. We have just heard from Linda in Stoke Climsland who is looking for help with Riding for the Disabled groups on Wednesdays. To find out more you can ring 01566 782431.
"22.09.2016 11:56:01" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post A Cornish shop keeper claims stealing from her village store has got out of control. Lorna Rose has now banned groups of youngsters from her shop and has involved the police after a spate of thefts. We've heard from one headteacher who says he takes
"22.09.2016 10:32:28" Cornwall Council has made a u-turn on a controversial road scheme near St Ives. Local people have been angry at heavy traffic they say has been caused by the new one way system put in to allow a cycle path at Lelant. The council has now decided to reverse
"22.09.2016 07:41:44" Timeline Photos Today's weather:After the clearance of any early shallow mist and fog patches it'll become a dry day with bright or sunny spells and just patchy cloud. Light to moderate northwesterly winds will back to the southwest during the day. Max Temp
"22.09.2016 07:27:04" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo Beautiful Porthscatho last weekend
"22.09.2016 07:25:51" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post It's the first day of autumn .. brrrr ... and we're asking you to complete this sentence - "You know summer's over when..."
keep it clean, please!
"22.09.2016 06:45:56" bbc.co.uk Many cancelled operations 'unrecorded' - BBC News Tens of thousands of operations were cancelled by English hospitals last year but not officially counted, figures seen by the BBC suggest. Have you been affected by having an hospital operation cancelled on the day - or in the days before? Research by the BBC has revealed many cancellations may have been missed off official figures - you can read more here - senior managers at the Royal
"21.09.2016 20:30:01" Timeline Photos Full steam ahead...
Did you know that a steamship, as nationally significant as the SS Great Britain, is here in the South West?
The SS Freshspring was built in 1939 and was used to carry fresh water to warships in Malta.
A group of volunteers has
"21.09.2016 20:14:24" Diggers and rubble in the centre of a Cornish town...
Businesses in Bodmin say they're suffering since the major roadworks in the town began. Some are down by as much as 70%. The regeneration scheme is designed to make Bodmin more cycle friendly. Hear the
"21.09.2016 19:30:00" Timeline Photos Exeter has promised to get back into the world's top one hundred ranked universities, after dropping out of the list.
The university, which has two campuses in Cornwall, fell from 93rd to 126th on the The Times' higher education international rankings.
"21.09.2016 18:59:00" #seeyouonthebeach David and Rosie are getting ready for Looe Music Festival this weekend! Let's see how they're getting on...
"21.09.2016 17:07:00" bbc.co.uk 21/09/2016, David White - BBC Radio Cornwall We had some great guests on the David White Show today, check out the iPlayer if you want to hear from New York singer/songwriter Nell Bryden, Tony (Baldrick) Robinson, Paralympian Jonnie Peacock and Strictly Dancer Neil Jones (one half of The Joneses.
"21.09.2016 16:52:25" Timeline Photos Have you had an operation cancelled a few days before it was scheduled?
Cornwall's main hospitals have promised they're working hard to reduce cancelled operations after news emerged that the number of postponed procedures may be higher than official data
"21.09.2016 14:56:07" Timeline Photos A wall of bodyboards on Crooklets Beach in Bude today. 600 broken and abandoned polystyrene boards were collected from just three south west beaches in just one month by Keep Britain Tidy volunteers. The BeachCare campaign wants people to stop buying the
"21.09.2016 13:27:04" Massed choirs are singing in Truro to mark World Peace Day today. It's linked with the global initiative, "One Day One Choir"...
"21.09.2016 12:37:21" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Celebrating Cornwall's 'Youths of Iron'.
Gylly SLSC return from World Champs in 16th place out of 84 clubs after 4 days of tough competition.
"21.09.2016 11:42:09" Timeline Photos Newquay Cornwall Airport has just announced a major expansion of its flights with a new route to Faro on the Algarve and extra services to Alicante and Frankfurt Hahn. The flights will be operated by budget carrier, Ryanair. The flights to Faro will run
"21.09.2016 11:39:27" Timeline Photos Cornwall Airport Newquay says new Ryanair services will boost passenger numbers by 57,000 a year
SUMMER 2017 SCHEDULE WITH NEW ROUTE TO FARO
1 new route Faro (2 weekly)
3 routes in total including Alicante (2 weekly) and Frankfurt Hahn (2 weekly) More
"21.09.2016 10:55:26" Timeline Photos Penzance Post Office to relocate
Campaigners who lobbied to protect Penzance Post Office from being closed and relocated have failed to convince Post Office managers to leave it where it is. The local Conservative MP Derek Thomas says Post Office services
"21.09.2016 10:06:48" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post There's a question mark over whether the RAF's Red Arrows will fly over Falmouth in 2017. Last night Falmouth Harbour Commissioners announced they would not be in the position to fund the Red Arrows display during Falmouth Week 2017. The Commissioners,
"21.09.2016 08:51:39" Timeline Photos We're wondering how these trousers were EVER fashionable!!! Own up, did you have a pair?
MC Hammer from the #mysteryyear, 1990, on The David White Show this morning.
"21.09.2016 06:16:35" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Is the ink causing a stink? Employers are being warned today that they could be missing out on top staff because when they reject candidates with tattoos. What do you think?
The conciliation service Acas said negative attitudes about visible tattoos are
"21.09.2016 05:47:00" People who live on an award winning housing estate in Bude are being taken to court today by the electricity giant EON who wants to cut them off - for not paying the bill for their street lights. The chair of the Broadclose Management Company Christa
"20.09.2016 19:55:16" Check out this fabulous new stained glass window at a church in Plymouth, depicting...a helicopter!
Find out why on Wednesday's Breakfast from 0600 with James and Mel.
"20.09.2016 19:43:07" Do you know your doctor personally?
There are fears that the personal relationship between a doctor and their patient in the South West could be damaged as small GP practices come under pressure to merge into big practices if they're to survive. Hear
"20.09.2016 17:06:08" Timeline Photos Do you use any NHS mental health services in Cornwall?
A new report by MPs says much needed improvements in mental health services are unlikely to happen because the NHS
doesn't have the money. Hear the full story on Wednesday's Breakfast with James and
"20.09.2016 12:43:27" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Hospital boss say 'agency staff can be curtailed'
RCHT Chief Executive Kathy Byrne agrees the trust is spending too much on agency staff and that it was difficult to recruit in some critical areas, for instance Emergency Department consultants and some
"20.09.2016 10:34:44" Trenance Lake Trenance Lake in Newquay is heavily silted up. Local councillors and residents say it has taken four years to get Cornwall Council to act and they want more answers as to what is causing it. The council says it is working with stakeholders (including
"20.09.2016 10:27:36" Timeline Photos Pedestrian crossing scheme at Hayle 'beggars belief' says Disability Cornwall chairman.
Disability campaigner Steve Paget says this post erected in the middle of a pavement will make it difficult for wheelchairs and pushchairs to manoeuvre safely around.
"20.09.2016 09:47:17" bbc.co.uk Shakin' Stevens, 20/09/2016, David White - BBC Radio Cornwall Shakin' Stevens tells David White about his Cornish ancestry Shakin' Stevens has Cornish ancestors! He tells David White all about it, click below to hear the full interview.
"20.09.2016 09:27:05" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'crankyrk' in Herodsfoot.
It is a mild and mainly cloudy day with some bright or sunny spells at times, the best of which will be in the west and south. Maximum Temperature: 17 Deg C (63 Deg F).
It remains cloudy
"20.09.2016 09:06:07" The Princess Elizabeth steam locomotive passing through Truro railway station this morning. She's heading through Cornwall for her final destination at London Victoria.
"20.09.2016 07:35:47" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo Thanks to Paula Hall for this lovely photo showing THE CATHEDRALS EXPRESS - LMS Princess Class 4-6-2 no 46201 Princess Elizabeth - at Penzance this morning
"20.09.2016 06:49:31" uksteam.info t0920a.htm Rail enthusiasts across Cornwall might want to catch the steam excursion leaving Penzance at 0914 this morning. "The Princess Elizabeth" has one scheduled stop at St.Austell at 1012 before crossing the Tamar at 1100. The full timetable is on the link
"20.09.2016 05:43:45" Timeline Photos Are you a Wilbert or a Fleur? It's that time of year again .. the Met Office has released the list of names to be given to severe storms for 2016 / 2017. We'd love to hear from you if you're called Wilbert 01872 222222.
"20.09.2016 04:00:00" School Crossing Patrol, Albany Road, Falmouth A school crossing patrol in Cornwall due to be axed has been saved for another 3 months thanks to a petition. 19 school patrols were cut this year across the county. Hear more with James Churchfield and Mel Osborne from 0600 on Tuesday. We'd love to hear
"19.09.2016 18:09:47" Timeline Photos Are you registered with an NHS dentist in Cornwall?
There's been a big spike in the number of people unable to get one in the South West. We have more on the breakfast programme with James and Mel from 0600, and we'd love to hear your stories about
"19.09.2016 17:16:54" Timeline Photos Are you in this photo?
It's the Guinness world record attempt in Penzance to get the most amount of pirates in one place. The record was narrowly missed by 77 pirates, but now it's emerged 14,849 people were sold wristbands on the day in 2014. That number
"19.09.2016 15:26:43" bbc.co.uk Mo Farah, Helen Glover and Justin Rose medical files released Mo Farah, Helen Glover and Justin Rose are the latest British athletes to have stolen medical files made public by hackers. Cornwall's double Olympic rowing champion Helen Glover is among athletes whose medical information has been hacked. Fellow Rio gold medalists Mo Farah and Justin Rose are also on the latest list.
The trio are among 26 individuals whose files have been
"19.09.2016 13:16:10" justgiving.com Read Kirsty's story Kirsty is raising money to help Little Princess Trust St Cleer 'Rapunzel' prepares for the major chop in memory of Nan
10 year old Kirsty has grown her hair to 3 feet long but will have it cut for a childrens cancer charity this afternoon. 'People have known me for being Rapunzel all my life'. She's
"19.09.2016 12:19:34" devon-cornwall.police.uk Devon & Cornwall Police Building safer communities together Police have confirmed that a woman has died after an accident on the A39 near Falmouth this morning. The 30 year old motorcylist died at the scene and her next of kin have been informed.
The motorbike collided with a blue VW Polo between the Treluswell
"19.09.2016 11:41:41" Timeline Photos An appeal has been launched to buy Bodmin Public Rooms for the people of the town. The Grade 2 listed building has been put up for sale by the Town Council. On Drive tonight we'll hear about the Bodmin Public Rooms Trust and the open day being held at
"19.09.2016 09:10:55" Penlee Lifeboat 67% of local lifejackets would not work if needed!
On Saturday evening the RNLI Penlee Community Safety Team with the support of the Falmouth Team ran our first ever "Lifejacket Clinic".
The evening was hosted by Penzance Sailing Club and attracted a RNLI Community Safety team discovers 67% of life jackets tested would not work.
Does your safety equipment meet the required standards and do you get it routinely tested? With more people getting on to the water on all types of vessels the RNLI is
"19.09.2016 08:44:38" Mark Camp has worked as Manager of Looe Tourist Information Centre for 15 years. People in Looe think he is great, when they heard he was being made redundant they started a petition to save him.
"19.09.2016 07:42:58" bbc.co.uk Cornwall Traffic News - BBC Travel Live road traffic news and travel information for Cornwall, brought to you by BBC Travel The A39 is closed between Treluswell Roundabout and Devoran due to a serious accident. Diversions are in place but very heavy traffic is reported on the A393 Ponsanooth. The road is closed at Treluswell if you're driving east - at the bottom of the
"19.09.2016 06:52:00" A teenager from Cornwall has been praised for campaigning to get the first public access defibrillator installed in his local town. 14-year-old Jack Phelan was worried there were no lifesaving devices available 24/7 in Saltash.
"19.09.2016 06:02:38" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Did you see Poldark on Sunday night? Dramatic stuff! In case you've not watched it yet, we'll avoid spoilers .. but Jud! Ross! Elizabeth!! Captain McNeil! The Neck!
David White would love your comments from 1000 today and Debbie McCrory will have her
"18.09.2016 17:30:17" Firefighters from across Devon and Cornwall have been tackling a large blaze at an industrial estate in Bude. The fire had taken hold of two units at the Kings Hill Industrial Estate, sending out a plume of smoke which was visible for miles.
"18.09.2016 16:12:36" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Should we pay to dump our building waste? Cornwall Council says it's right to charge people despite figures showing a big increase in fly-tipping in the county since the new costs came in.
Listen to Breakfast on Monday with James Churchfield and Mel
"18.09.2016 13:53:36" Outside algebra for anyone? Check out these pupils in a school in the South West who have lessons outside ...whatever the weather. Hear the full story on Breakfast with James and Mel. Do we confine our children to the classroom too much?
"18.09.2016 12:47:17" A man who fell off cliffs in Newquay last night is said to be in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
The Newquay lifeboat and Padstow coastguard team were called to the cliff at Whipsiderry at around 4.30 am after reports a man had slipped off the
"18.09.2016 12:46:00" A man who fell off cliffs in Newquay last night is said to be in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
The Newquay lifeboat and Padstow coastguard team were called to the cliff at Whipsderry at around 4.30 am after reports a man had slipped off the
"18.09.2016 11:11:25" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from from 'Sebster' in Gwithian.
It is a mainly cloudy afternoon with some bright or sunny spells at first. Cloudier weather in the west will spread to all areas during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature: 18 Deg C (64
"18.09.2016 04:20:56" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"18.09.2016 04:09:30" St Just in Roseland Church offers Quiet Days every so often to provide a sense of stillness and reflection. Hear more with Donna Birrell on Sunday Breakfast.
"17.09.2016 19:30:18" Timeline Photos A Sikh man from Plymouth is hoping to encourage diversity this week. Chas Singh, is holding a Turban Awareness Day in the city next Friday and Sunday, for people to find out more about his faith and culture. Hear from Chas with Donna Birrell on Sunday
"17.09.2016 16:00:01" Timeline Photos This week John Prowse has both written and reads the news in Cornish, An Nowodhow.
You can hear the bulletin on Sunday at 5pm and follow along with this script.
Gorthugher da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans a'n seythen ma 'An Nowodhow' war BBC Radyo
"17.09.2016 08:41:18" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'MikeN' in Charlestown.
It is a dry day with light winds, variable amounts of cloud and bright or sunny spells. Maximum Temperature: 18 Deg C (64 Deg F).
It will be a dry night, with some clear spells allowing for a
"17.09.2016 08:18:35" Timeline Photos Jo's Pet of the Week is a very handsome boy!
Chester is a very handsome chocolate coloured, 2 year old cat with amazing eyes. He's got very long legs and walks likes royalty. Poor chap was abandoned and unwanted. If you can give this lovely boy a
"17.09.2016 06:51:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Can you guess the Cornish place from these photos?
Saturday Breakfast with Donna Birrell is launching a new Quiz this morning at 0755. It's called "Place Race" and asks villagers around Cornwall to suggest clues. Donna will give the answer at 0850 each
"16.09.2016 20:05:08" bbc.co.uk 17/09/2016 - BBC Introducing in Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. When you've a show filled with tracks from Suzie Mac, Wolf Note, Atlantic Bridge, Alvy, Flats And Sharps, Quijada, Martin Harley, Manding Morry, The Grenaways, Hidin', MacQuarrie and Toms, Sound of the Sirens, Bronx Cheer, Little Lapin, The Isabelles, The
"16.09.2016 18:23:00" bbc.co.uk 17/09/2016, BBC Introducing in Cornwall - BBC Radio Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. LISTEN: Check out some of the great people David White met and talked to at Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival this year. Interviews on the link below.
"16.09.2016 16:26:46" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post GOLD! Judges from the Taste of the West secretly visited Sennen Market and then crowned them with the award. That's three times in a row they've won the coveted award.
"16.09.2016 15:46:27" Timeline Photos A mother from Tywardreath is calling for the Meningitis B vaccine to be freely available. Kate Turner's sixteen year old son, Ben, contracted the disease three years ago. Hear their story with Donna Birrell on Saturday Breakfast.
"16.09.2016 10:43:20" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post School shoes blues
Should children face detention if they break school uniform rules? One mum in St Austell says her daughter's been punished for logos on her shoes. She's attempted to cover the brand name and says she won't change them - but the school
"16.09.2016 08:30:28" Timeline Photos The skyline at Liskeard from weatherwatcher Judy showing blue sky and patchy cloud this morning. There will be a much fresher feel to the day, which will be mainly dry with the cloud well broken to give bright or sunny spells. There is the risk of a few
"16.09.2016 07:41:23" A residential area of Penzance, riddled with weeds, has been relying on community service to clean up its pavements. The streets, known as the Battlefields to locals, have suffered metre-high sprouting greenery ever since Cornwall Council made its cuts.
"16.09.2016 07:27:51" Timeline Photos Very excited about our culinary request hour from 9 on the David White Show. We're going to start with 'Beat It'!! #GBBO
"15.09.2016 18:35:00" bbc.co.uk BBC Introducing in Cornwall - Galleries - BBC Radio Cornwall David White presents two hours of contemporary Cornish music. Look! We got some lovely pictures at last weekend's Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival from the BBC Introducing and main stage. Full gallery on the link below!
"15.09.2016 17:37:48" Cornwall Council stopped weeding residential streets in 2014 and gave Town and Parish councils the "opportunity" to do their own weeding. Let us know what your local streets and pavements are like - these shots were taken in Penzance and Truro. More with Weeds Cornwall Council stopped weeding residential streets in 2014 and gave Town and Parish councils the "opportunity" to do their own weeding. Let us know what your local streets and pavements are like - these shots were taken in Penzance and Truro. More with
"15.09.2016 17:06:57" BBC Spotlight Every 4 year old in Cornwall is going to receive a free book to help raise awareness about Down's syndrome. Did you hear about the locally produced books being given to every 4 year old in Cornwall to raise awareness of Down's Syndrome? Since the story was reported earlier this week, the Cornwall Downs Syndrome Support Group says demand for the book has gone
"15.09.2016 14:27:20" bbc.co.uk Replica spitfire built in Cornwall as thank you for WW2 help - BBC News A replica Spitfire is being made for an African country that bought 24 Spitfires for Britain in World War Two. This full-scale Spitfire may look real - but check it out. More on Spotlight at 18:30.
"15.09.2016 14:02:47" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Fiona Bruce stops by for a chat with Debbie McCrory - listen in from 3 o'clock.
"15.09.2016 11:24:37" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Join Debbie McCrory at 3 today live from The Antiques Roadshow at Trellisick House. Some interesting finds already...
"15.09.2016 10:35:53" Timeline Photos Today on Lunchtime with Laurence Reed you can hear how student numbers on the Penryn campus will rise as restrictions are planned for the number of houses converted to student digs in the town.
Have you been forced out of your home by a landlord who can
"15.09.2016 09:58:07" Looe Music Festival We are delighted to announce Georgia Marie, 14 from Newquay, as the winner of the Young Songwriter of the Year Competition 2016. Her winning song, Gravity, stood out as an exceptional entry and we are looking forward to hearing it performed at Looe Music Georgia Marie from Newquay has been announced as the winner of the Looe Music Festival Young Songwriter of the Year with her song, Gravilty.
"15.09.2016 07:27:05" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo Thousands of people are expected to flock to the National Trust's Trelissick property at Feock today as the BBC's Antiques Roadshow rolls into town.
Debbie McCrory will be live from the filming from 1500
Advice on parking and travel
"15.09.2016 05:49:22" bbc.co.uk Rio 2016 Paralympics: Dame Sarah Storey wins one of five Great Britain golds Dame Sarah Storey wins one of five British gold medals on day seven of the Paralympics, as GB surpass their London 2012 total. Congratulations to Cornwall's Jonathan Fox, who's collected another Olympic silver medal in Rio. GB team mates Michael Jones and Jonathan Fox sealed a GB one-two in the S7 400m. They will be looking for something else to paint silver in his home village
"14.09.2016 16:21:00" The clean up continues as dozens of homes and businesses count the cost of last night's torrential rain. More with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs from 6
"14.09.2016 12:38:23" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Debbie McCrory has been on the set of The Antiques Roadshow as they get ready for a day of filming tomorrow, find out more from 3 pm today.
"14.09.2016 07:02:10" David Wild skies over Seworgan this morning David Nicholls is down on holiday in Cornwall and sent in this video from Seworgan near Helston. We are glad to hear your little one managed to sleep through the dramatic weather! Share your experiences with BBC Radio Cornwall on 01872 22 22 22. Also
"14.09.2016 05:41:57" Simon Tesco Extra! Oh dear Rain water pouring through the roof at Tesco Extra, Pool last night. Thanks Simon!
"14.09.2016 05:27:46" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo Flooding in Truro
"14.09.2016 04:46:07" Timeline Photos 0545 UPDATE It's been a wild and stormy night in Cornwall - this was the scene in Truro last night Let us know what's happening where you are right now by calling 01872 222222 so we can tell all of Cornwall.
Trewirgie Junior School, Redruth and
"14.09.2016 03:56:55" BBC Spotlight More images from last night's flooding - hoping the lightning storms in the early hours have not caused more problems.
"14.09.2016 03:55:12" Denis Camborne at the height of tonight's storm. Check out this video from Camborne last night - thanks Denis Bennett + BBC Spotlight
"14.09.2016 03:46:31" twitter.com Fresh-Cornish-Fish on Twitter “Quite a storm over mounts bay this morning https://t.co/QqrcapnWJE” Lightning over St Michael's Mount
"14.09.2016 03:38:17" Timeline Photos 0415 update: Heavy rain and lightning storms have been sweeping over Cornwall overnight. Cornwall's fire service say: "The Fire Service have been extremely busy dealing with numerous 999 calls in the west of the County, crews from Camborne, Redruth,
"13.09.2016 20:19:51" A Mother Without a Child Please watch, like, and share this video and help me keep my promise to my little boy xx
#letsbeatsepsis We heard from Melissa Mead from Penryn on this morning's Breakfast programme, talking on the phone from London as she prepared to join politicians and health experts to launch a sepsis awareness campaign. Her little boy William was just 12 months old
"13.09.2016 19:26:07" Darran Falmouth Moor right now. Wow lots of water in Falmouth
"13.09.2016 17:47:20" This may not be the most obvious musical instrument but a Cornish mine will be using it as as part of a composition to celebrate its history. More with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs from 6
"13.09.2016 15:28:11" When news broke that Truro's festive spectacular, the City of Lights, was to change this year there was considerable disappointment. It had looked as if the parade would be scrapped with a static display of lights in Victoria Gardens. But today, a U-turn
"13.09.2016 10:29:24" Timeline Photos St Ives & Hayle will get an extra PC after thousands petition to keep popular Sergeant Mike Friday
The Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez has announced additional money is being made available to fund an extra police constable post following
"13.09.2016 08:27:46" Timeline Photos Ooh look what show was on TV in our Mystery Year. The Music is on air now: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiocornwall
Can you guess what year it might be?
- David White Show
"13.09.2016 07:14:40" Timeline Photos Today's weather: It'll be a warm and humid day, but also quite cloudy with some locally heavy and showery outbreaks of rain. There is also the risk of thunder, but much of the rain should die away this afternoon although the best of any sunshine will be
"13.09.2016 05:57:01" bbc.co.uk Great British Bake Off: BBC loses rights to Channel 4 - BBC News The BBC loses the contract to broadcast The Great British Bake Off, with Channel 4 signing a three-year deal. So ..Bake Off is off to Channel 4. What do you make of the news that The Great British Bake Off is to leave the BBC? Do you feel 'desserted'? Is it all a matter of dough?
"13.09.2016 05:41:18" bbc.co.uk Boundary review: Corbyn and Osborne's seats face axe - BBC News Jeremy Corbyn and George Osborne are among the MPs facing reselection battles as draft Parliamentary boundaries for England and Wales are published. It looks as though Cornwall's political map could be redrawn - again. Proposals from the Boundary Commission would create a Bideford, Bude and Launceston constituency. The "Devonwall" seat plan is likely to spark some fierce opposition - what do you
"12.09.2016 23:01:00" A controversial proposal for a cross-Tamar "Devonwall" parliamentary seat is back on the agenda.The Government's pushing ahead with constituency changes to reduce the number of MP's from 650 to 600- and it includes a Bideford, Bude and Launceston
"12.09.2016 23:01:00" A controversial proposal for a cross-Tamar "Devonwall" parliamentary seat is back on the agenda.The Government's pushing ahead with constituency changes to reduce the number of MP's from 650 to 600- and it includes a Bideford, Bude and Launceston
"12.09.2016 18:27:07" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post CONTAINS SPOILERS We're still getting our breath back after the amazing episode of Poldark on Sunday night. Did you see it? What did you think?
How did Ross dodge the noose? What's next for George, Demelza and Jud?
If you missed it - or if you want
"12.09.2016 10:37:22" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Warning over commercial waste being fly tipped
Are you a business who has employed someone with a van to take your rubbish away without fully checking where it is going?
Around four thousand fly tipping incidents are recorded in Cornwall each year. A
"12.09.2016 09:05:29" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'SuzyB' in Falmouth.
It is a dull, humid and cloudy day with some mist patches and outbreaks of light rain or drizzle. Through the day, the cloud will lift at times to allow for some brightness, especially in the
"12.09.2016 07:12:41" Hundreds of gig rowers have been battling it out in Newquay this weekend in the Ladies County Championship. The final saw reigning World Champions Caradon retain the title they won last year, holding off a fierce challenge from the Newquay crew.
"11.09.2016 21:56:36" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The main arterial road though Bodmin closes at seven o'clock tomorrow tonight for nine months for multi-million pound improvement works. Cornwall Council's plan for Bodmin to become a cycle town and link up with Lanhydrock, the Camel Trail and Cardinham
"11.09.2016 17:24:45" Timeline Photos Are you, or is someone in your family, off to university this month? There are warnings students from poorer backgrounds in Cornwall could be put off in the future as maintenance grants are axed. Students from low income families are no longer entitled to
"11.09.2016 13:19:25" Competitors took to the Jubilee pool in Penzance for a triathlon. The event marks the end of a summer season that's seen nearly 40,000 people enjoy the historic Art Deco lido. More with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs from 6
"11.09.2016 08:47:56" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Thomas Hardy's life changed after he met his wife, Emma, at St Juliot's Church in North Cornwall in 1870. His novel, "A Pair of Blue Eyes" was inspired by the meeting and a window at the church is dedicated to the author, along with a plaque commissioned
"11.09.2016 08:15:29" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
This morning's weather watcher's photo is from Gee Jay at St. Ives.
Today: It is a dry, bright day with some pleasant hazy sunshine; however the cloud is expected to build, perhaps becoming thick enough during the
"10.09.2016 19:43:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post A Service of Celebration has been held at St Goran Church to mark its transformation after 14 years of planning. Donna Birrell went along and met two men who helped make it happen.......Rev Dr Christopher Newell and the Bishop of Truro, the Right Rev Tim
"10.09.2016 16:37:01" Timeline Photos Young people from Truro Methodist Church are spending the weekend in a makeshift shelter in the corner of the church car park in a bid to experience a little of life as a refugee.
Find out how they get on with Donna Birrell on Sunday Breakfast.
"10.09.2016 16:00:01" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post This Sunday at 5pm you can tune in to the news in Cornish, An Nowodhow, on BBC Radio Cornwall.
The bulletin has been written by Julia Wass and Duncan McIntosh and is read by Duncan.
Follow along with this script.
Gorthugher da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans
"10.09.2016 15:12:35" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post We're championing Cornish musicians at Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival this weekend on our BBC Introducing stage
"10.09.2016 12:38:44" Timeline Photos A group of young people with learning disabilities are celebrating after completing a six week cookery skills course with Cornwall Accessible Activities Programme. It organises events and courses for people up to the age of twenty-five who would otherwise
"10.09.2016 09:33:04" Timeline Photos Today's weather update from John:
Today's weather watcher's photo is from Little Tracy at Newquay.
Today: Condition s brightening giving some good periods of sunshine later with a light north or northwesterly breeze; top temperature 18C.
Tonight: Much of
"10.09.2016 08:14:59" Timeline Photos PET OF THE WEEK:
This week our Pet of the Week is Zelda – she is a real livewire and will need a very active new home. She is extremely affectionate and loves to jump up for cuddles and to give you kisses. Zelda needs an adult only home and the new
"10.09.2016 05:00:01" A group of young people with learning disabilities are celebrating after completing a six week cookery skills course with Cornwall Accessible Activities Programme. It organises events and courses for people up to the age of twenty-five who would otherwise
"10.09.2016 04:23:39" Timeline Photos Today's Weather for Cornwall and the Isle of Scilly from John: Any remaining overnight patchy rain will quickly clear to the east with the cloud lifting and breaking to give some good bright, periods of sunshine for the afternoon. Winds will be generally
"09.09.2016 20:00:01" Timeline Photos More people lose their lives as a result of drowning than through fire in the home or cycling on the roads. That's according to the Royal Life Saving Society, which is calling for people to take more notice of water safety advice to prevent any further
"09.09.2016 16:15:28" Gareth Malone has been recording with the Perranarworthal Hand Bell Ringers for his new Christmas album. Hear more on Saturday Breakfast with Donna Birrell.
"09.09.2016 16:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Christmas has come early for the Perranarworthal Hand Bell Ringers..they've been recording with Gareth Malone for his new Christmas album! Donna Birrell went along and you can hear more on Saturday Breakfast.
"09.09.2016 15:15:24" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"09.09.2016 12:55:37" BBC One The hair...
The love triangle...
Inspired by his distant cousin Horace, Doug The Pug has gone totally #Poldark. To get you in the mood for Episode 2 of the new series of Poldark .. we present BBC One's Doug the Pug. (Pol-dog? Pug-dark?) His deep dark eyes and hairy chest will put Aidan Turner into the shade.
We'd love to see your pets dressed up too!
"09.09.2016 11:29:52" Timeline Photos Council will listen before deciding on resident permits
Transport portfolio holder Bert Biscoe advocates a fee of £80 for resident parking permits. In a letter to fellow councillors, Mr Biscoe sets out the charges needed to pay for implementation without
"09.09.2016 11:00:03" bbc.co.uk Grammar schools: PM seeks to ensure places for poorer pupils - BBC News The prime minister will say more selection in schools will have to be accompanied by conditions on numbers of pupils from low-income families. Will old school become new school? Theresa May has called for an end to the ban on new Grammar schools in England - saying she wants to improve the life chances of children from ordinary backgrounds. She denied it will also mean a return of
"09.09.2016 07:41:20" Timeline Photos The weather today will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered light showers initially. Otherwise it'll be mainly dry with some bright or sunny periods developing. However, cloud will thicken again from the west later towards evening. Moderate southwesterly
"09.09.2016 07:09:57" The family of Cornwall's Jonathan Fox say he'll be "a little bit disappointed" with a silver medal in the S7 100m backstroke final at the Rio Paralympics overnight. Jonathan from St Stephen was beaten by a fraction of a second. We're pretty sure all of
"09.09.2016 05:19:54" bbc.co.uk Rio Paralympics 2016: Dame Sarah Storey wins 12th Paralympic gold medal Dame Sarah Storey becomes the most successful British female Paralympian of all time by winning the C5 3,000m individual pursuit in Rio. Cornwall has another Paralymic medal to celebrate this morning after swimmer Jonathan Fox collected a silver medal in Rio.
Fox just failed to defend his S7 100m backstroke title by fractions of a second as he took silver behind Ukraine's Levgenii
"08.09.2016 17:07:57" bbc.co.uk What is BBC Music Introducing?, BBC Music Introducing - BBC Music Find out how BBC Music Introducing discovers, supports and propels emerging UK artists. If you're wondering what BBC Introducing is all about, here's a little film to explain it all... and we are here, supporting and promoting Cornish musicians through BBC Music Introducing in Cornwall.
"08.09.2016 16:50:12" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Claude Brian "Stack" Stevens has for many years been revered as a legend of Cornish rugby. The farmer from Godolphin began his career as a prop for Penzance & Newlyn before going on to represent Harlequins, Cornwall, win 25 caps for England and then tour
"08.09.2016 14:48:08" nhs.uk Whooping cough vaccination in pregnancy The whooping cough vaccination is now recommended for all pregnant women, ideally between 20 and 32 weeks pregnant. Find out how this vaccine may help protect your baby's health. Cases of whooping cough in the south west have increased by 50%, according to NHS England. And yet, they say, thousands of women are still not being vaccinated, with only a 60% take up rate. Whooping cough is an infection which can create serious
"08.09.2016 13:15:21" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"08.09.2016 10:51:14" Lunchtime with Laurence Frustrated Lelant residents are calling for their Cornwall Councillor to stand down. It's one of the proposals voted on at a meeting last night, called to discuss a series of projects that they say have been causing "traffic chaos". Have you been More on the Lelant 'chaos' on Lunchtime with Laurence.
Call 01872 22 22 22 to have your say.
"08.09.2016 10:19:02" Timeline Photos Singing for its supper at a supermarket in Cornwall...
Check out this fabulous photo of a starling in Bude, snapped by local man, Geoff Trevarthen. He won best "Urban Wildlife" picture at the British Wildlife Photography Awards. Have you spotted any
"08.09.2016 06:38:04" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Do you remember your first day at school? Since everyone's timelines are jammed with photos of children in their smart new school uniforms right now, Breakfast presenters Julie Skentelbery and Pam Spriggs have dug out some old photos of themselves back
"08.09.2016 06:16:09" Timeline Photos What's been your experiences of Cornwall's hospital transport system? A mother and daughter from Helston say they were left upset and angry after being unable to travel together on a non-emergency hospital minibus. Cancer sufferer Pam Wheeler, who's 77
"08.09.2016 06:00:48" Fifty tonnes of discarded, lost or abandoned fishing nets, some from as far as Canada, have been found around the coast of Devon and Cornwall.
The so-called 'ghost gear' is a danger to seals and other marine mammals which get entangled in the mesh, says
"07.09.2016 20:09:01" bbc.co.uk 05/09/2016, David White - BBC Radio Cornwall Great music, special guests, and have a go at guessing the mystery year. Don't worry if you miss the interviews with the stars of Poldark, you can now listen to them all here:
"07.09.2016 18:01:36" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The local community is rallying round a West Cornwall pensioner who tragically lost her arm in a freak accident last week. Maggie Hayes (top) is an active figure in the Cornish dog showing community and is currently recovering at Derriford Hospital in
"07.09.2016 16:37:41" The real story behind the Tom Hanks film Captain Phillips. Meet the Cornish lawyer turned film maker who has been talking to Somali pirates & their former hostages. John Boyle is at Falmouth Poly tomorrow night but you can hear a taste of what he has to
"07.09.2016 15:33:57" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Have you seen Cornwall's air ambulance around the county this summer? The service is celebrating a major milestone.
It's completed 26,000 missions over nearly 30 years.
Its landmark flight was to help a toddler who had injured his head in a fall in
"07.09.2016 14:49:22" Timeline Photos If you are on the train into Cornwall, this crumbling building is one of the first you see. People in Saltash are becoming increasingly annoyed that the former station waiting room is in a state of disrepair, and the town council has made an offer to buy
"07.09.2016 14:27:24" Damp shame A Cornwall couple say their health has been affected after a nine month battle to get damp and mould in their sheltered housing treated.
Cornwall Council has designated the damp at the property in Launceston as a Category 1 health hazard - the highest
"07.09.2016 10:32:23" Timeline Photos Caring for adults with mental health problems...
Do you provide practical unpaid help or emotional support to a family member, neighbour or a friend? Mental health teams in Cornwall say unpaid carers make an enormous contribution but their role can be
"07.09.2016 09:06:55" Timeline Photos Although sunny at New Polzeath this morning (pic from weather watcher Brenpat) elsewhere it's a cloudy and misty start for some parts of Cornwall this morning. Becoming brighter though as warm sunny spells develop. However further cloud will return into
"07.09.2016 07:47:31" bbc.co.uk Rise in lone children seeking asylum in England - BBC News The number of lone asylum-seeking children in the care of English councils has risen 62% in a year. The largest group are boys aged 16 and 17, coming from countries such as Afghanistan or Eritrea. At the moment Cornwall has none of such cases but that may
"07.09.2016 06:36:06" The Saltash tunnel - as you've never seen it before. The tunnel has been closed to traffic most evenings for the last two months but engineers from Highways England are almost ready to reveal the £1.1m technology upgrade. New cutting-edge equipment to
"07.09.2016 06:07:10" Cornwall's golden girl Helen Glover and Olympic rowing partner Heather Stanning showed their support for the grassroots of their sport last night. The London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic champions were in Newquay as the town's rowing club opened a new
"06.09.2016 18:39:26" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post A couple from Cornwall say they're disgusted and depressed after trying for nine months to get extensive mould in their sheltered housing treated. Housing inspectors identified the damp as a category 1 hazard - the highest risk to health. More with Julie
"06.09.2016 10:17:05" Timeline Photos Can the 'Daily Gull' help tackle a daily menace in St Ives?
A new paper is being distributed to help educate residents and visitors to prevent human behaviour from encouraging the birds to swoop for food. Top tips from wildlife experts printed on the
"06.09.2016 09:37:31" The latest Star Wars toys will be out soon so we're talking about your old toys, look what David George brought in for us!
"06.09.2016 07:58:35" Hide the pasty! Conceal the icecream cone! A number of initiatives aimed at reducing attacks by seagulls have been place in St Ives over the summer holidays. The project is in response to concerns from business owners in the area about attacks on their
"06.09.2016 07:05:20" Timeline Photos A cloudy start to the day at Falmouth (pic from weather watcher SuzyB) and for most of Cornwall, with low cloud, mist and patches of fog affecting high ground and some coastal areas. There may also be a little drizzle in places, but it'll become brighter
"05.09.2016 18:16:04" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post After a flurry of complains from people in Looe a bus company has reinstated the a service that many college students rely on. Plymouth City Bus have apologised. More with Julie Skentelbery and Pam Spriggs from 6
"05.09.2016 12:31:38" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post On the afternoon show at 3pm, with Debbie McCrory (who now loves her new Tricorn hat). More Poldark, these ladies got their beach chairs signed by the cast, and each Monday we'll review the Sunday night show.
"05.09.2016 11:42:48" Timeline Photos Car parking fees in Wales
Laurence stayed in Pembrokeshire this summer and noted some car parking charges. Have any of you spotted the varying charges on your travels this summer? Are the fees more or less or perhaps on a par with Cornwall?
"05.09.2016 10:26:12" bbc.co.uk Brexit Britain: What has actually happened so far? - BBC News The BBC looks at what has actually happened in the UK since the country voted in June to leave the European Union. Have you felt the benefits of all the millions of EU cash Cornwall and Scilly has had over recent years? 57% of people who voted in June's referendum wanted to LEAVE. Now Cornwall council's warning key EU funded infrastructure projects still in the
"05.09.2016 09:16:01" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'SaraR' in Falmouth.
It is a mild and humid day with coastal and hill mist and fog patches. This afternoon there will be some drier and possibly brighter spells as the cloud lifts. Maximum Temperature: 21 Deg C (70
"04.09.2016 21:48:31" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"04.09.2016 21:07:21" Timeline Photos Poldark is definitely back! What an ending
"04.09.2016 17:10:06" Poldark
"04.09.2016 13:46:24" Penzance double Olympic champion Helen Glover takes a scheduled stop on her open top bus tour of Newlyn and Penzance to meet Mounts Bay gig rowing club.
"04.09.2016 10:18:49" Timeline Photos The Cornwall search and rescue team are helping officers from the Devon and Cornwall police search for a vulnerable man from the Liskeard area who's been missing for two days. 84 year old Derek Dilworth has severe dementia and was last seen on Friday
"04.09.2016 07:58:16" Timeline Photos TODAY'S WEATHER WITH LESLEY
Dry and mainly cloudy, but bright at times this morning, with moderate westerly winds and highs of 18C (64F).
TONIGHT: Cloudy with rain moving in, a moderate south westerly winds and lows of 15C (59F).
TOMORROW: A damp, mostly
"04.09.2016 05:30:01" Timeline Photos A service of celebration is taking place today to mark a new chapter in the Methodist Church's history in Cornwall. Helston and Trewennack Churches have now joined to become the Central Methodist Church of Helston. The Chairman of Cornwall's Methodists,
"03.09.2016 21:21:01" Timeline Photos Small churches are being advised to take extra security precautions to guard against the risk of attack. The guidelines, from National Churchwatch, have been issued following the murder of a priest in Normandy earlier this Summer. More on Sunday Breakfast
"03.09.2016 19:15:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Historical banners representing Mothers' Union groups from across Cornwall are being displayed in a new exhibition at Truro Cathedral. The organisation in the county is marking its 140th anniversary. Hear more on Sunday Breakfast from 0600.
"03.09.2016 16:00:02" Timeline Photos This week the news in Cornish, An Nowodhow, is written and read by John Parker.
You can hear the broadcast on Sunday at 5pm and follow along with this script.
Gorthugher da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen ma An Nowodhow war BBC Radyo Kernow.
"03.09.2016 08:48:55" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from ' Sheppy Loo' in Newquay.
It is overcast with outbreaks of rain this morning, becoming heavier and more persistent this afternoon. Winds will also increase, especially around the coasts where they will be strong
"03.09.2016 08:31:54" Timeline Photos A Food Monster is Duncan's Pet of the Week
Missy is a 7 year old black and white cat who loves her food. She thrives on treats, more treats, treats and attention. If you can give her all that, then she is the cat for you.
Call the RSPCA on 01637
"03.09.2016 06:11:13" bbc.co.uk Baby names: Noah enters top 10 for boys, Amelia remains top for girls - BBC News The name Noah enters the top 10 most popular boys' names for the first time, while Amelia remains the most popular for girls, the Office for National Statistics says. According to the latest research, Gladys, Doris, Hilda and Ethel have all been recorded for the first time in 20 years. What names should see a resurgence (we think Pam!)... and if you've got an unusual name... do you like it?!
"02.09.2016 16:57:37" Timeline Photos A campaign is underway to reduce the speed limit from 60mph to 40mph on the A374 between Trerulefoot and Torpoint. Locals say this should be reduced to forty miles per hour, if further fatalities are to be prevented. Hear more on Saturday Breakfast from
"02.09.2016 13:13:11" Timeline Photos On the Afternoon Show with Debbie McCrory from 3pm, a chat with Beatie Edney who plays Prudie in Poldark. Series two starts on Sunday at 9pm, and Jud and Prudie will be back.
"02.09.2016 09:05:08" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'Sebster' in Hayle.
It is a dull and damp morning with outbreaks of light rain and drizzle, hill and coastal fog. Conditions will become drier from the west late in the morning, with some brightness possible late
"02.09.2016 07:36:36" Timeline Photos THE ROAD IS NOW REOPEN
The A30 is currently closed in both directions between Carland Cross and Chiverton Cross. The police and ambulance are on the scene dealing with a multi vehicle accident. You can hear the latest travel news on BBC
"02.09.2016 06:20:15" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Scilly today for the second day of their visit. Yesterday they visited Truro and Newquay - with these picture taken as they toured the Duchy owned Nansledan housing development at Quintrell Downs.
"02.09.2016 05:49:10" Timeline Photos Do you worry about the impact of air quality on your health? New research out today highlights the damage that exposure to dirty air caused by traffic and domestic coal use can have on you later in life. Currently in Cornwall there are six areas that are
"01.09.2016 19:43:04" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The Dean of Truro will deliver a special sermon on the 350th anniversary of the great fire of London today. The tradition was started by Cornish Philanthropist John White of Treloggan after he nearly lost his fortune in the inferno that destroyed a fifth
"01.09.2016 15:52:04" Timeline Photos On Drive from 5 with Julie Skentelbery you can hear more on the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Cornwall today
"01.09.2016 13:28:24" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Debbie McCrory has been to the Poldark Trail at The Royal Cornwall Museum. Some of the pieces will be seen in the new series of Poldark on BBC 1 this Sunday. Join her at 3pm today.
"01.09.2016 13:13:45" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"01.09.2016 13:12:26" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"01.09.2016 12:35:31" Prince William chatting with well-wishers in Truro this morning.
"01.09.2016 12:33:29" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"01.09.2016 12:27:00" William and Kate were met by the Bishop of Truro along with the Dean of Truro as part of their visit to the cathedral this morning.
"01.09.2016 12:16:16" The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge signing a slate for the Truro Cathedral roof appeal.
"01.09.2016 12:07:37" The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are making their first official visit to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. They arrived this morning at Truro Cathedral and met the crowds.
"01.09.2016 11:28:51" Timeline Photos The first official visit to Cornwall and Scilly is underway by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Here they are pictured at Truro Cathedral. They're due to visit Newquay later and tour St Mary's, Tresco and St Martins on Scilly tomorrow.
"01.09.2016 11:15:02" TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for the first time officially. Here's their arrival at Truro Cathedral. Hear more about the visit on the Drive programme with Julie Skentelbery from 5pm.
"01.09.2016 10:47:20" bbc.co.uk Junior doctors row: Hospitals prepare for week of strikes - BBC News Hospitals in England will begin to make contingency plans for five consecutive days of strikes by junior doctors this month. Hospitals are making contingency plans for five consecutive days of strikes by junior doctors later this month. Jeremy Hunt says the plan will cause misery for patients. The BMA is blaming the government's decision to impose new pay and working conditions
"01.09.2016 09:59:13" Timeline Photos The Fowey harbour master Paul Thomas has told BBC Radio Cornwall that thieves have taken the ticket machine from their car park. It's thought the machine was taken at the end of the bank holiday weekend as it would have contained more money than usual. He
"01.09.2016 09:56:38" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'Scuba Steve' in Callington.
It will be a morning of variable amounts of cloud with bright and sunny spells. We will see more cloud this afternoon with the sunshine turning more hazy. Maximum Temperature: 20 Deg C
"01.09.2016 07:00:50" Timeline Photos New national statistics out today from Cancer Research show that increasing numbers of school children are overweight. But is Cornwall bucking the trend?
Ian Redfern makes school uniforms in Hayle and St Ives, and says he's noticed that the uniforms
"01.09.2016 05:53:48" Timeline Photos How important is community policing? Is it vital to have visible officers on the streets, or a luxury that can't be afforded any more?
Later today there's a public meeting in West Cornwall where senior officers will explain the decision to take a local
"31.08.2016 16:39:47" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Looe harbourmaster Jeff Penhaligon is about to retire after having looked after the port for 11 years. During his time he rediscovered dozens of old maps, charts and books related to the port's history. Now, with the backing of the harbour commission, the
"31.08.2016 09:45:15" Antony Costa's performing at Hall for Cornwall this week in Save the Last Dance for Me - we couldn't imagine him doing an American accent, so he did this for The David White Show
"31.08.2016 09:43:31" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The RNLI says that the gold gallantry medal awarded to the coxswain of the Penlee lifeboat the Solomon Browne is missing - it's suspected to have been stolen.
It was recently found to be missing from a dedicated secure facility at the RNLI head office in
"31.08.2016 07:24:58" Timeline Photos TODAY'S WEATHER WITH LESLEY
Thanks to CharlesF for this photo of sunrise this morning at St Ewe which heralds a weak weather front crossing the area this morning. We'll see cloud and patchy rain crossing the County this morning, but it will become
"31.08.2016 06:12:51" Timeline Photos The Maritime and Coastguard Agency says a man has died after getting into difficulties in the sea at Portholland on the Roseland yesterday. The man, who it's thought was on holiday with his family is believed to have been scuba diving. The coastguard
"30.08.2016 20:58:58" Some of the most iconic parts of the Lizard peninsula are to receive greater protection by becoming part of an expanded National Nature Reserve. Kynance Cove, Lizard Point and Blackhead falls will be added to the existing area which has the same level of
"30.08.2016 17:45:28" A farmer in Callington has suffered nearly a 200 tonne loss of barley.Persistent rain in the winter and poor weather in June have contributed to one of the worst harvests since he worked on his farm. Hear more with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs from 6 Crop fears A farmer in Callington has suffered nearly a 200 tonne loss of barley.Persistent rain in the winter and poor weather in June have contributed to one of the worst harvests since he worked on his farm. Hear more with James Churchfield and Pam Spriggs from 6
"30.08.2016 14:49:47" Timeline Photos Which bit of the Cornish coastal path is your favourite? Its beauty is to be celebrated in a new marketing campaign called Discover England's South West Coast Path to be run by Visit England. Apparently the number of overseas visitors using the path
"30.08.2016 10:47:29" Timeline Photos Badger cull now underway in North Cornwall
The Government has confirmed seven new licences for badger culling have been granted, covering parts of Cornwall, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Devon and Dorset, with operations
"now under way". Animal welfare
"30.08.2016 09:26:46" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'Scuba Steve' in Doublebois.
Sunny conditions in the east will work their way westwards to leave a brighter and sunnier day for most with patchy cloud. However, it will remain cloudier in the far west and across
"30.08.2016 06:48:31" Timeline Photos Fire crews and pumps from six stations have been tackling a barn fire near Tregony overnight. Liskeard, Launceston and Mevagissey remain on site at Ruan High Lanes this morning and are now turning over hay bales and damping down. There were around 300
"30.08.2016 05:36:50" Timeline Photos How was your bank holiday weekend? With the sun shining and events happening all over the county, it was a great time to be in Cornwall. We were reporting from the Isles of Scilly regatta and the Newlyn Fish Festival, but where were you? Were you at an
"29.08.2016 15:28:31" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post RAF Red Arrows over St Mary's for the Islands' Regatta 2016
"29.08.2016 15:07:06" The RAF Red Arrows making their first appearance over St Mary's, Isles of Scilly.
"29.08.2016 14:49:40" Kitto Mineshaft You may have heard a listener from Pensilva describing how a mineshaft at Caradon Hill has opened wider. This is a video of the Kitto shaft which was part of the network connected to the Caradon copper mines on Bodmin Moor and is several metres deep.
"29.08.2016 12:56:27" HMS Sutherland crew pushes 22 The crew of HMS Sutherland joined BBC Radio Cornwall's Hannah Stacey in the press up challenge. Some of you may also be taking part in this 22 day challenge to raise the profile of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that can impact the lives of many
"29.08.2016 12:16:00" Timeline Photos Debbie McCrory will be live on air this afternoon from 2 till 5. Including live coverage of the Red Arrows display from Scilly.
"29.08.2016 11:31:10" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Lots of fish for sale . Newlyn Fish Festival 2016.
"29.08.2016 09:19:40" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'SuzyB' in Falmouth.
It will be a bright and warm day with variable amounts of cloud and sunny spells. Maximum Temperature: 20 Deg C (68 Deg F).
Tonight there will be plenty of evening sunshine initially. Cloud
"29.08.2016 09:08:10" A glorious day in Newlyn for the 2016 Fish Festival. Pam Spriggs is live from the quayside until 1pm
"28.08.2016 17:31:00" Fifty years ago the last holiday makers came to Bude and Padstow by train. The line from Okehampton closed in October 1966 severing the direct link to London after almost 70 years. On Bank Holiday Monday join Ed Goodridge as he looks back at the railway's
"28.08.2016 15:31:28" The slippery pole, Dunk the Hunk and Raft Race. RNLI Water Carnival - The Islands' Regatta 2016 The slippery pole, Dunk the Hunk and Raft Race.
"28.08.2016 14:44:53" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"28.08.2016 14:15:52" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post RNLI Water Carnival on Scilly for #islandsregatta
"28.08.2016 11:12:59" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Scilly sun, sea glass, celebrations and jellies #islandsregatta
"28.08.2016 10:28:02" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The Bishop of Exeter, the Right Reverend Robert Atwell, arrived in traditional style in Penryn yesterday (Saturday) to commemorate the 1549 Cornish Holocaust.
The roots of the English massacre of over 10% of Cornwall's population can be traced back to
"28.08.2016 09:00:30" Timeline Photos Hundreds of bikers are taking part in a memorial ride in tribute to soldier, Dave Curnow, who was murdered in Redruth last September. Dave served with the Rifles and the event is in aid of the Rifles' own charity, Care4Casualties and Fleet, the Frontline
"28.08.2016 08:59:07" Timeline Photos TODAY'S WEATHER WITH LESLEY
Cloudy and damp at first, brighter with some sunshine later, fresh south westerly then north westerly winds and highs of 20C (68F).
TONIGHT: Dry and mainly clear with moderate north westerly winds and lows of 14C
"27.08.2016 19:15:01" Timeline Photos The Fishermen's Mission Blessing of the Fleet service takes place this Sunday evening in Newlyn. The annual service, which is dedicated to Cornish fishermen who've lost their lives at sea, begins at 6.45pm with the laying of a wreath at the Memorial
"27.08.2016 16:42:12" Scilly from the sky - The Islands' Regatta 2016 Scilly from the sky - The Islands' Regatta 2016
"27.08.2016 16:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post This week it will be Julia Wass on the news in Cornish, An Nowodhow.
Julia who has also written the bulletin with Duncan McIntosh, can be heard on BBC Radio Cornwall at 5pm on Sunday and you can follow along with this script.
Gorthugher da, ha dynnargh
"27.08.2016 14:20:20" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Redwing gathering gallery
"27.08.2016 12:13:37" Cornwall Pride procession through Truro, Cornwall The 9th Cornwall Pride celebrations have begun! The procession through Truro's streets featured one of the longest rainbow flags in the UK. The chairman of Cornwall Pride, Phil Whitfield, told BBC Radio Cornwall "We've always felt that Cornwall Pride
"27.08.2016 11:23:14" BBC Radio Cornwall's cover photo
"27.08.2016 11:21:01" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post And on the second day there was wind. The Round Island race is underway on the Isles of Scilly.
"27.08.2016 09:06:13" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post An Easterly breeze is raising hopes for the Round the Island race. Clockwise around St Mary's with a finish off St Agnes and perhaps some light refreshment.
"27.08.2016 08:07:51" Timeline Photos TODAY'S WEATHER WITH LESLEY
As today's photo from Little Tracy in Marazion shows, it will be dry with some good sunny spells at times. Light east or south easterly winds and highs of 21C (70F).
The swell will be low westerly, the surf 1-2ft and the sea
"27.08.2016 07:24:06" Timeline Photos Our pet of the week from the RSPCA has just relocated to Cornwall! Barnaby is a 1 year old male Lurcher.
He came to St Columb after another RSPCA Centre struggled to rehome him and it's hoped the move would allow him to stretch his legs along the
"27.08.2016 04:53:24" Timeline Photos Do you suffer from some form of hearing loss?
The charity, Action on Hearing Loss, has just been awarded nearly £400,000 by the Big Lottery Fund to help its work in Cornwall and Devon reduce social isolation.
More with Donna Birrell on Saturday
"26.08.2016 20:00:24" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post Sunset and shadows shows stunning Scilly
"26.08.2016 16:22:30" Miniature Shetland ponies are aiding the well-being of patients in care homes across Cornwall. Therapist Nicky Mendham from the Lizard says Phoebe the dog also likes the attention! Hear more with Donna Birrell on Saturday Breakfast.
"26.08.2016 15:15:32" The rail line from Okehampton which took passengers to Bude and Padstow closed fifty years ago, severing Cornwall's direct link to London after almost 70 years. Ed Goodridge has been looking back at the railway's history. Cornwall's Lost Railway Line The rail line from Okehampton which took passengers to Bude and Padstow closed fifty years ago, severing Cornwall's direct link to London after almost 70 years. Ed Goodridge has been looking back at the railway's history.
"26.08.2016 14:40:39" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The heaviest UK landed common lobster since 1931 is settling in to a new home in the south-west.
The Lobster, named "JJ" in honour of British super heavyweight boxing silver medalist Joe Joyce, was found off the North Devon coast earlier this month.
"26.08.2016 12:26:01" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post The Islands await...
A traditional sailing boat fleet on its way from Falmouth, a Royal Navy frigate HMS Sutherland for the first Islands Regatta over the bank holiday weekend. BBC Radio Cornwall's Hannah Stacey is there.
"26.08.2016 11:33:36" The Chris Cox Tribute & Memorial Fund Remembering Chris Cox 1986 - 2015, raising awareness of SADS & to raise funds for a 'Silent Mountain' Pilot Gig Boat for the local community. On the BBC Radio Cornwall breakfast show, we talked about a renowned gig rower and sportsman from West Cornwall who collapsed at his home last year. 29 year old Christopher Cox from Penzance was taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital but sadly died - an
"26.08.2016 09:28:23" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from SaraR in Falmouth.
Today will be a fine day with plenty of sunshine and just patchy cloud. Feeling fresher, but still warm in the sunshine with just light winds. Maximum Temperature: 21 Deg C (70 Deg F). There is a
"26.08.2016 06:26:27" It's been a case of from the Gobi Desert to Goonhilly for a herd of fifteen Bactrian Camels, who for the past ten years, have grazed land on the Lizard Peninsula and bred successfully in Cornish climes. And now farmer Christopher Oates, who owns Rosuick
"25.08.2016 18:03:34" Timeline Photos Fancy buying a camel? A Cornish farmer says his herd of camels has grown a little too big and now he needs to sell some of them to good homes. Find out where he's been breeding them in the county and how you might be able to help, on BBC Radio Cornwall
"25.08.2016 17:56:53" Timeline Photos A campaign is being launched ahead of the Bank Holiday to remind power boat users to wear a kill cord when out on the water. Hear the full report with James and Pam on Friday morning on BBC Radio Cornwall. Do you wear one? What would you say to someone
"25.08.2016 10:27:10" Timeline Photos On the lunchtime programme today Martin Bailie is sitting in for Laurence but that doesn't mean the perennial problem of canine waste has gone away.
This photograph from Malcolm Brown shows the dog bin at Longrock, near Penzance.
Not only has it been left
"25.08.2016 09:38:10" Timeline Photos Today's weather watcher's photo is from 'MyBackYard' in Hugh Town, Isles of Scilly.
It will be a warm and mainly cloudy day with some bright spells and isolated showers becoming more scattered later this afternoon. Maximum Temperature: 20 Deg C (68 Deg
"25.08.2016 06:20:00" Timeline Photos Plans are being revealed this morning for a return of the helicopter service between West Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly. It ran for nearly fifty years until 2012. Now the owner of Tresco, Robert Dorrien-Smith, is leading a group of investors who intend
"25.08.2016 05:45:01" Timeline Photos A pilot study carried out by Devon and Cornwall Police reveals a 270 percent rise in the number of reported incidents of race hate crime in Plymouth. The scheme is now operating in 21 centres across the city and the force aims to roll it out across the
"25.08.2016 05:14:50" Photos from BBC Radio Cornwall's post GCSE results are being published this morning and many students are anxiously waiting for them. But not all of them are 16-year-olds! Later on the breakfast programme, we'll be speaking to 48-year-old Denise Gard from Luxulyan and 60-year-old Liam Dorsey
"24.08.2016 11:05:49" Timeline Photos The police have confirmed that the two year old girl who was washed into the sea in Newquay on Friday has died.
Mckayla Bruynius received treatment at Derriford Hospital and at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children but died last night. Her father, Rudy