Professor Splash dives into a pool of milk just 1ft deep from a 30ft platform. The professor - real name Darren Taylor - is claiming a new world record. It's the first time the Colorado-based stuntman has attempted the feat using milk. He usually dives into water.
Day two of the Royal Cornwall Show is underway despite strong winds and heavy showers. Organisers say a virtually full programme of entertainment will take place in the main ring and all main sections will be up and running.
Yesterday, sheep had to be evacuated from their marquee which was closed yesterday because of waterlogged ground and high winds.
It's the second day of the Royal Cornwall Show. Organisers hope visit numbers pick up after a disappointing start. The heavy rain and strong wind yesterday caused many problems at the showground near Wadebridge.
Organisers at the Royal Cornwall Show have been forced to closed the sheep marquee because of strong winds. All sheep are being moved off the show ground as a precautionary measure.
It is a large marquee and we didn’t want to risk anything untoward happening. This is an isolated event and no other section of the showground has been affected in this way. This is a great shame, especially given that 2012 is a record year for sheep entries. Happily, most classes have been judged today but judging of the championships, due to be staged on the second day (Friday) will inevitably be lost.