A former teacher at a top public school in the west country has appeared in court charged with using hidden cameras to spy on scores of pupils. Jonathan Thomson-Glover, 53, lives at Wadebridge in Cornwall. He was a head of house at £30,000-a-year Clifton College in Bristol where he taught German for 31 years.
Mr Thomson-Glover appeared before Taunton Magistrates to face 36 counts of making, taking and possessing indecent images of children. The charges relate to between 120 and 160 alleged victims, who were between 12 and 17 at the time of filming, and span a 16-year period.
He is accused of installing cameras in various locations around the prestigious Bristol school and at one other address. Mr Thomson-Glover did not enter a plea. He was bailed to appear before Taunton Crown Court on August 17.
Now lambs are normally associated with Easter but one farm in Cornwall has been blessed with rather a lot of them this Christmas.
The quadruplets came as a surprise at Wendy Eustice's farm in Wadebridge - only three were spotted when the mum had a scan. They are the first foursome to have been born there in 23 years - and another ewe is also expecting quads.
It's thought it might have something to do with the mild climate.
It certainly does seem a little bit magical. No surprise then that Wendy's sons George and Samuel have named the new arrivals after four characters from their favourite Harry Potter books: Harry, Ron, Hermione and Molly.
Here is a short clip of the foursome down on the farm. We challenge you not to say aah... or perhaps baa...
Police investigating the death of a man whose naked body was found on Perranporth beach say they're now winding down their inquiries.
The body of 64-year-old Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was found with a sock and headphones stuffed into his mouth. He also had multiple injuries which police couldn't explain. He was last seen around Wadebridge, Truro, Newquay and Perranporth. Police say they're not ruling out a crime, but neither have they found anything to explain what happened to him.
Police investigating the death of Alan Jeal hope last night's nationwide appeal for information may give them new clues. Mr Jeal's naked body was found on a Cornish beach last February. Detective Chief Inspector Dave Thorne talks to our presenter Ian Axton about why police still can't be sure that Mr Jeal was murdered.
Detectives are hoping a reconstruction of the last known movements of a man found dead on a Cornish beach will help them find out what happened to him.
Alan Jeal's naked body was found washed up on the beach at Perranporth in February. It is hoped tonight's national appeal will provide some answers about what happened.
An 83-year-old woman from St Teath, Cornwall, has died following a car crash in Wadebridge this afternoon (Tuesday 1 April). Her car collided with another near the Ball Roundabout on the A39 at around 2pm, and the road is still closed for police investigations.
The driver of the other car is in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, with serious injuries.
Police are treating the death of a 20 year old student from Wadebridge as "unexplained' after she died suddenly in hospital in London on Sunday morning.
Taylor Woodard, a former student at Truro College, was studying for a multimedia journalism degree at Bournemouth University.
She was taken ill at an address in south west London and subsequently died in hospital.
Police have released CCTV footage of the man whose naked body was washed up on Perranporth Beach last week. They hope to find out more information about how he died.
64-year-old Alan Jeal, from Wadebridge, was filmed in Wadebridge town centre on Monday 24 February.
Police have said Mr Jeal may have been murdered. His injuries weren't consistent with drowning.