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TRE DVD - Rediscovering Cornwall and Isles of Scilly through Archive Film

The Tre Project DVD is now available to buy, featuring 11 beautiful films spanning 110 years of local history. Viewers are treated to a combination of old cine footage and new digital content including footage from SWFTA...

WALKING WESTWARD Vol 6: Hayle to Bosigran

Presenter Clive Gunnell visits interesting places and people along the route of the South West Coast Path in the popular series made by Westward Television...

WALKING WESTWARD Vol 5: Perranporth Aerodrome to Gwithian

The Westward Television series continues with presenter Clive Gunnell in mining country as he makes his way along the South West Coast Path...

ROBERT LENKIEWICZ

A series of programmes featuring renowned artist Robert Lenkiewicz...

ROYAL WESTCOUNTRY

Narrated by former BBC Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond, this film is an affectionate tribute to the many Royal visits to the West Country from 1931 through to the 1980s...

PLYMOUTH: THE PRE-WAR YEARS

A remarkable historical record of Plymouth's pre-war history filmed by local camera enthusiasts and featuring rare pictures of Plymouth pier and city centre, as well as Plymothians at leisure...

WALKING WESTWARD Vol 3: Bude to Polzeath

The Westward Television series continues with presenter Clive Gunnell following the South West Coast Path along the 'surfing coast' of North Cornwall...

WALKING WESTWARD Vol 4: Daymer Bay to St Piran's Round

Presenter Clive Gunnell follows the South West Coast Path along the North Cornish coast in four more episodes of the Westward Television series...

PORT ISAAC & PORT GAVERNE

A unique collection of one family's home movie footage recording life in a Cornish community from the 1930s to the 1950s...

BERNARD LEACH & BARBARA HEPWORTH - New edition - re-mastered with original soundtrack.

A unique insight into the life and work of Bernard Leach, and Dame Barbara Hepworth speaks of her early life and how she is inspired by the dramatic Cornish landscape...

A WINTER JOURNEY

A lyrical evocation of an incident in Thomas Hardy's novel 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles'...