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Source FM is a radio station for Cornwall, UK made by and for the people who live and work in and around Falmouth and Penryn. We have an eclectic schedule of music and chat shows for you to listen to at all times of the day and night.  Nose around the What’s on When and Presenters section to get an idea of who works here and what they say about their radio programmes, and don't forget to leave some feedback on the Your Say page.

Source FM can be whatever you want it to be because the station is open to volunteers of all ages and walks of life. We're always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help make Source FM a vibrant and interesting local radio station. Whether you fancy presenting, producing documentary programmes, or helping with marketing and event organisation then get in touch with your local Cornish radio station by emailing: enquiries@thesourcefm.co.uk

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Feock Village Show 2014

The Feock Village Show

Date: Saturday 20th September 2014

Location: The Vicarage, Feock, Truro, TR3 6SD

Details: All the usual suspects – prizes for best fruit, vegetables, cooking and art. Plus 'the crimp off' pasty crimping competition and 'catch of the day' prize for best fish caught. A celebration of 80 years of shows. Prizes for anyone in 1930's costume. Cream teas, cider, and lashings of ginger beer!

Time: 2pm – 4.30pm

Free Entry

Presenters T-Shirts

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Source FM has some 'Presenter' Source FM t-shirts that we're selling. If you'd like to help Source FM out by buying one for £10 it would be very much appreciated. We have male and female cuts in XXL XL L M and S, just let us know your preference at info@thesourcefm.co.uk

Pieces of Eight - Stories from the Salty Air

Pieces of Eight -Stories from the Salty Air

Pieces of Eight -Stories from the Salty Air

A series of short story audio allegories from writer and producer Mac Dunlop that take you on a journey around Falmouth town, from Greenbank Gardens to Tunnel Beach near Gyllingvase.  These wide eyed audio tales have been spun to reflect upon each story’s position on a map of Falmouth, and the workings of a writer’s imagination. 

There are eight Salty Tales in all, in part inspired by the old gold coin known as a Spanish Dollar, which could be split into 8 pieces of smaller currency known as “Reals”, or “royals” (where the term “pieces of eight originally comes from). Listeners and readers can contemplate the value of one or two pieces as they travel around Falmouth, or get a map at the Fascinate Information Point on The Moor during the Tall Ships Festival and set off on a journey round town to gather up the complete set of Pieces of Eight.   

 QR codes and conventional web links will be on display at each site, and the stories can be accessed using smart phones or digital media at each of the locations or listening points mapped around Falmouth during the tall ships weekend. A directive map with the audio web page listings along with further information is available from the Fascinate Information Point on The Moor, and at participating locations.  A printed page of each story will be available from at the different location so you can collect your own free Pieces of 8 pamphlet.