Singer Joss Stone was elegant and dignified and as she faced the two men accused of conspiring to kill her.
People in the Tamar Valley have been using a community apple press to make juice.
Members of the Devon based Military Wives have been celebrating their latest accolade - a Classic Brit award for Single of the Year.
Port Eliot House in Cornwall has thrown open it's doors to give us the rare chance to see the home lit only by glowing fires and soft candlelight.
It's part of a national festival called 'Museums at Night'.
Celebrations for Flora Day begins in Helston today. It celebrates the arrival of spring.
Some 80 couples will dance through the town, banishing the winter and welcoming new life.
The first dance starts at 7am and celebrations will continue until late.
The Royal Cornwall Show has been selected as the launch pad for a drive to boost the number of people visiting the Isles of Scilly.
It starts with the Isles of Scilly Pavilion at the Royal Cornwall Show – the first time the islands have exhibited there under one roof.
The 60 inch by 40 inch wooden building will be decorated on the outside. Inside there will be a range of exhibitors, grouped under six themes.
– David Meneer, Show Co-ordinator
It will be an oasis of blue and white; a veritable seascape contrasting with the stunning greens of Cornwall. We are designing it so it will certainly stand out from the crowd,” said Truro-based
Plymouth's culture bid already appears to have won the social media war - with more than 1,000 likes on its City of Culture facebook page, compared to just 7 in Swansea.
The city's bid was the third most talked-about trend on Twitter today after a concerted campaign.
A look at what being UK City of Culture 2017 could mean for Plymouth.
The deadline for bids to become UK City of Culture 2017 has now passed. Plymouth has submitted its 30-page document to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. A shortlist will be announced in June. Plymouth will be competing against:
- East Kent
- Hastings and Bexhill-on-Sea
- Swansea Bay
The Chivenor Military Wives' Choir will join Sir Cliff Richard on his national tour this summer. The choir from North Devon has been invited to perform with the star at Warwick Castle in on 8 June.
They are just one of seven military wives choirs selected to join Sir Cliff on his Midsummer Nights – Still Reelin’ & A-Rockin’ Tour.
TV and stage star Barbara Windsor will be at the Eden Project later today to promote a scheme aimed at bringing people together for lunch once a year.
Big Lunch day was started in Cornwall five years ago. The event's happening in June.
Plymouth will formally submit its bid to become the next UK City of Culture today.
It's up against ten other cities to succeed Londonderry in the role, which should boost trade and tourism.
The culture board has been working for months to come up with a presentation that reflects its historic and creative character as well as its vision for the future.
Local celebrities, including Olympic diver Tom Daley and chef Gary Rhodes are backing the bid.