The films are part of the BBC's 30 Days, 30 Communities project - a series of short films made by people across the country about the life of their community in the UK and how this is affected by their cultural and ethnic background.
|Jose, Angel and Jaden|
From basketball to beauty contests - watch a 'slice of life' from the thriving Filipino community in Cambridge.
Four different families and friends tell us their personal stories, giving a unique insight into the close-knit community of Filipinos, many of whom have come to live here while working in healthcare positions at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
In Filipino Stories: Jose and Angel share their hopes and dreams for their young son Jaden, Band 5 are practising for a big gig in London, Lito tries to keep things under control at the Filipino basketball tournament and eight-year-old Nicholle tells us what it was like to win Cambridge's first ever 'Miss Little Philippines' contest...
30 Days, 30 Communities was available to view throughout October 2006 on Digital Satellite by pressing the red button and selecting page 5670 'Your Stories'.
|Lito keeps score!|
Filipino Stories was also shown on the 'big screen' at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse on Tuesday 24th October at a free public screening.