inside the bus in 360'
to learn how to surf the internet, use a digital camera, edit videos
on your PC or make your own website?
welcome to the BBC Bus, a free local service which is there to teach
you everything you ever wanted to know about IT ... or show you
where you can find out.
bus is aimed at people 16 years old and above ... children are welcome
on board if accompanied by an adult.
you have to do is check out when the bus is coming to a venue
near you, hop on board and one of our friendly tutors
will get you started.
can offer a range of introductory sessions to get you started:
to use the internet
your own website
a digital camera
digital photos on your PC
a mini DV camera to shoot video
videos on your PC
sound on your PC
processing on your PC
it's not on the list, ask us and we'll see what we can do to help
what's available on the bus:
got lots of equipment on board so that you can have a go with someone
on hand to talk you through it:
and black and white printers
musical keyboard available on the BBC Bus
also have full wheelchair/pushchair access and software and equipment
for people with visual impairments ... find
out more »
your introductory session on the BBC Bus we will encourage you to
take your learning a step further by enrolling on a local course
... find out about provision in
your area »
on the BBC Bus
BBC Bus is also a fully equipped broadcast studio, capable of broadcasting
via phone lines or ISDN.
Radio Cumbria can broadcast full programmes from on board the bus,
or use it as a mobile district studio and base for guests.
Costin broadcasts from the BBC Bus during the Holker Garden
are two journalists on the BBC Bus and they are equipped to record
items for the radio and edit them on board the bus.
you'd like a tour of the broadcast area, please ask a member of
the BBC Bus team and they'll be happy to oblige.