The BBC Wales Bus, was launched on 12th June 2003 in Newtown. The distinctive yellow bus travels around the highways and byways of Wales, visiting towns and villages as well as local and national events.
One of the main aims of the bus is to bring the BBC closer to where you live. If you want to contribute to BBC websites, for example, there are four computers on board to help you do that - as well as other equipment, like scanners and digital cameras.
The bus will also be used for broadcasts on our two national BBC Wales radio stations, Radio Wales and Radio Cymru. From Roy Noble to Nia Roberts, Hywel Gwynfryn to Nicola Heywood Thomas, some of our top presenters will be hitting the road to make their programmes from the places where you live.
During 2005 we will be travelling around Wales collecting your WW2 stories. This will be an opportunity for you to get your WW2 story published online or recorded on audio. So if you, a friend or a member of your family has a story about WW2 please contact a member of the BBC Wales Bus team.
Telephone: 07974 448187.