Teaberry Cake The Falklands Way
If you’ve been out and about recently and have been paying attention to where you’re walking you may have noticed lots of unusual white berries.
Investigating The Falklands’ Trade Union History
In the present day, despite a diverse work force from all backgrounds and all rates of pay, there is little in the way of unions
FITV welcomes its newest recruit to the team!
If you have been up near the FITV offices recently you may have noticed a new face about. We flew him down and got him
Budding chefs impress at FICS ‘Food Academy’
It turns out that the Falklands are blessed with an impressive amount of culinary talent! For the past 6 weeks, a number of young students
New photography book of the Falklands released
A new release has hit the shelves in a photographic journey around the Falkland Islands. Photographer Mark Sission has released his new book ‘Wild Islands’
The purposes of Operation Cold Stare
The waters around South Georgia are some of the most protected in the world, and with over one million square miles of seas to protect,
FITV Visits…Bleaker Island
Welcome to Bleaker Island. Recognised as an Important Bird Area, Bleaker Island is a stunning island to visit where you’d be able to see one
Watercolour painting with Richard Cockwell
It’s time to settle down with a cup of tea and have a go at painting with Richard Cockwell.
FITV Visits… Pebble Island
It’s an island like no other – surrounded by plentiful wildlife, rich scenery and the site of a battle… We are of course talking about
Falkland Islands Demining Programme | Part 5
In the final part of the demining project, Olly looks into the legacy and how a small number of Zimbabwean deminers enjoyed the Falklands that