April's documentary films from Dead Interesting Productions

DIP is airing two new documentaries in its 'Stories in Stone' and 'Beneath a Mackerel Sky' strands on the myKernow channel for iptv myCornwall.tv.

Boscastle's Witchcraft Museum, and how the building and its collection survived in the flood of 2004, feature in 'Stories in Stone'.
Episode 8 of BAMS follows local boat builder Rory MacPhee as he builds a traditional currach.
To view the films visit myCornwall.tv and subscribe to the myKernow channel.
For more information go to the Dead Interesting Productions website.

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