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Carvedras Smelting Works, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1892 Featured March Print

Carvedras Smelting Works, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1892

A general view of the tin smelting works with workmen outside and Brunel's viaduct behind. This photograph was probably taken in 1892 when the operators, Daubuz and Company, amalgamated with Bolitho, Sons and Company and R.R. Michell and Company to form the Consolidated Tin Smelting Company Ltd of Penzance. It closed in 1898. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Any Questions radio programme, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. June 1989 Featured March Print

Any Questions radio programme, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. June 1989

BBC Radio 4's long-running programme Any Questions set up their stall in Lostwithiel Community Centre. From left to right, the team consisted of: Jim Sillars, Scottish Nationalist Party; Kate Hoey, only elected the night before as Labour MP for Vauxhall; Charles Kennedy, Liberal Democrat MP; Lord St John of Fawley, with question master Jonathan Dimbleby in the centre. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Opening of new livestock unit, Churchtown Farm, Lanlivery, Cornwall. October 1987 Featured March Print

Opening of new livestock unit, Churchtown Farm, Lanlivery, Cornwall. October 1987

BBC South West Spotlight weather presenter Craig Rich (centre) is shown around the new livestock unit of Churchtown Farm, Lanlivery, which he declared open. Craig joined Spotlight in 1978 and was the first regional weather presenter for the BBC. Craig retired in 2003 but still makes occasional appearances on the programme when his successor, David Braine is away. Just prior to this retirement, Craig was presented with a lifetime achievement award by the South West branch of the Royal Television Society. Churchtown Farm provided outdoor activity holidays for disabled people before closing in 2011. It was run at various times by the charities Vitalise and Scope. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker