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  1. How Truro came to be the capital city of Cornwall - The transfer of power through the ages
  2. Visionary who engineered a great chapter in Cornish history - Joseph Thomas Treffry
  3. Let's step out of lockdown into a history mystery - Cornish heritage sites administered by Cornwall Heritage Trust
  4. Turner's travels over Tamar tell Cornwall's story - J M W Turner's visit to Cornwall and his artwork
  5. Nostalgic Ride to a Land of Legend - Some Cornish tales and legends
  6. The Place names that help unlock our past history - The importance of place names in Cornwall's past
  7. Historic homes reveal dramatic family histories - Houses with Cornish family histories - Lanhydrock, Trerice, Cotehele
  8. Backtracking to our railway past - Cornwall and its railway beginnings
  9. Bude - Growth of a thriving resort town - Bude, its canal and its growth
  10. Cornwall’s great global Diaspora - Emigration leads to Cornish descendents throughout the world
  11. Villages guard clues to our heritage - Bodmin Moor's villages
  12. Storytellers will help keep alive Cornish identity - Gorsedh Kernow 2020
  13. Net profits for our old coastal communities - Fishing in Cornwall an overview
  14. Summercourt Fair well worth a nostalgic visit - The origins of Summercourt fair
  15. Enduring legacy of Cornwall's great benefactor - John Passmore Edwards
  16. How Tragedy at sea devastated lives left behind - Great storm of October 1880
  17. The father of local English history - John Leland his Cornish itinerary Launceston-Bodmin-Truro
  18. Lostwithiel - Rich layer of town's history - Lostwithiel historic capital of Cornwall
  19. In touch with our Celtic Festivals - Lowender Peran
  20. Landscape and legend entwined - Dozmary Pool
  21. Huge contribution to our culture - Cornish Archaeological Legend - Lt Col F C Hirst
  22. The marvel that's beneath our feet- The Great County Adit
  23. Revealing the Face of Tudor Cornwall - John Norden
  24. Inside Britain's Oldest Home - Penfound Manor
  25. Medieval Marvels Light up our Lives - Medieval Cornish church stained glass windows
  26. Cornwall at Christmas - Christmas past from the newspapers
  27. Wreck of the Anson - A wreck that changed attitudes and the law
  28. Greatest living Cornishman - Sir Arthur Quiller Couch 'Q'
  29. Preserving our holy ground - Cornish holy wells, recording and preserving them
  30. Fishing Smugglers and Wrecks - Stories of Mullion Cove
  31. Unlocking our past Cornwall's Canal Heritage - Overview of Cornwall canal's, built, not completed, planned and imagined
  32. Taking the High Ground - Bodmin's ancient hill forts
  33. Bridges battle for survival – Respryn Bridge - History and present day survival issues
  34. Miners toiled in the wake of St Piran - Mining in Perranporth
  35. Making a song and dance about us - Overview of some of Cornwall's cultural and historic heritage 
  36. Lighting up the 'Age of the Saints' - St Petroc, Cornwall's medieval patron saint
  37. Amongst Mines and Miners - The work & achievements of J C Burrow, Camborne Photographer
  38. Rise and fall of our most iconic mine Botallack - Poldark, Royal visits and tunnels under the sea. The story of Botallack
  39. Roads to Fortune - Carrick Roads and the towns and settlements surrounding Cornwall's mighty waterway
  40. In the footsteps of Defoe - 18th century author of Robinson Crusoe tours Cornwall
  41. Britain's most beautiful branch line - St Erth to St Ives railway in the footsteps of Cyril Noall
  42. Brunel opens gateway to Cornwall - Saltash the opening of the Royal Albert Bridge and Cornwall Railway 1959
  43. Exploring the land of legend - Story Collectors & Storytellers
  44. A salute to the great Trevithick - An overview of Richard Trevithick a great Cornishman, his life and achievements
  45. Cornish Routes - Road development, turnpikes and toll-roads
  46. Called to the court of the king - Archaeology and the making of Tintagel as a destination
  47. The Newlyn Riots 125 years on - Religion and price of fish led to rioting in Newlyn
  48. Shining light in the darkness - Penzance's great son, Sir Humphry Davy
  49. Feisty travels with Celia - Early tour around Cornwall c1698 with Celia Fiennes
  50. The sky's the limit - Area of outstanding natural beauty AONB - Bodmin Moor
  51. Keep it Kernewek - Speak Cornish Week events and Cornish language
  52. A name perpetual - The Cornish uprising 1497 and dissatisfaction today
  53. Celtic Culture - International Celtic Congress and contribution from Celtic Congress Cornwall
  54. On the edge - The Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall
  55. Taxing Times, Cornwall's historic hundreds 'Stratton' - Background on the hundreds and first of nine - Stratton.
  56. Tudor Travels - John Leland around the Roseland Peninsula c1542
  57. River Journey's - The River Camel historic aspects
  58. For those in Peril - Saving life on the North Cornish coast before the RNLI lifeboats
  59. Fancy a pint? - Pubs in mid and west Cornwall, visited and written about by Arthur Caddick Cornish poet
  60. Portrait of a Parish - Botus Fleming Cornwall's second smallest parish
  61. Churches endure the ravages of time and man - Cury Church & Gunwalloe Church
  62. An idyllic scene - Visit to St Clements village and burial in Truro
  63. Opening up - Heritage Open Days in Cornwall - including many links
  64. Literary giant had powerful roots in Cornwall - Sir William Golding Cornish ancestry
  65. Full steam ahead - Early guidebooks to Cornwall
  66. Tall tower, deep roots - Probus church, schools and historic houses
  67. Legacies in stone - Early farming & Cornish hedges
  68. The Levant Disaster - The why's and wherefores of the Levant Man Engine disaster of 1919