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My God - Beach Mission

Andrew Bradley from Scripture Union Beach Mission is at Criccieth, north Wales. He explains why he is involved in the project and tells us that he sees it as a different approach to traditional Christian life.

Small shrine with flowers

My God - Hinduism

By: Sibani Roy

Sibani Roy invites us to see her home where she worships her Hinduism religion. She talks about her daily rituals and how it is to follow Hinduism in north Wales.

My God - Jesuits

My God - Jesuits

Rev David Birchall from St Beuno's Ignatian Spirituality Centre talks about what God means to him and how life looks through the eyes of faith.

My God - Non Conformist

My God - Non Conformist

Former Principal of Aberystwyth Theological College and author Rev. Elfed ap Nefydd Roberts explains the link between the Welsh language and the non Conformist churches in Wales.

My God - Buddhism

My God - Buddhism

Appicha from the Vajraloka Buddhist Meditation Centre in North Wales explains about the core beliefs of his faith. He talks about how people spend their time at the retreat.

My God - Islam

My God - Islam

Sheikh Abdul Yaseen, Islamic scholar and member of Cardiff University Centre's Advisory Committee, talks about what God means to him and how life looks through the eyes of faith.

My God - Judaism

My God - Judaism

Norma Glass MBE has been conducting tours of the Swansea Synagogue for various groups over the last 20 years. Here she speaks about the core beliefs of being Jewish and the Jewish way of life in Wales.

A moving film about WWI

My River

By: Llandogo Primary School, November 2008

A moving film about World War One by children who remember their relatives.


About these videos

These stories are drawn from two BBC projects which give people the skills to make their own short films: Digital Storytelling and Video Nation.

Video Nation works with people to make short films by training individuals in the use of camcorders and storytelling. Films feature individuals sharing moments of their lives with the camera, and range from the humorous to the bizarre and moving.

Digital Storytelling workshops were held all over Wales, where people from all walks of life came together to tell their story with the help of laptop computers, scanners, digital cameras and editing software. The resulting stories are touching, amusing and often surprising.

Digital Storytelling projects featured on this site include Breaking Barriers, BBC Capture Wales, Coleg Sir Gâr, Dimension 10, Sarah's stories, Shoebox Stories, School Shoebox Stories, Who Do You Think You Are? and Yale College.

BBC Capture Wales ran monthly workshops across Wales, helping people to make digital stories between 2001 - February 2008. This site features digital stories made on Capure Wales workshops during that time.


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