Everyone has a story to tell. All over Wales, people are making Digital Stories about real-life experiences and each story is as individual as the person who made it. Each Digital Story is made by the storyteller themself, using his or her own photos, words and voice.
"Size does not indicate how big a person you are." Abi is 4'6" and her brother is 6'2" but, for her, being short is highly satisfactory.
"Father-in-laws - there ought to be caveats and clauses." Mark and his father-in-law are poles apart with very different personalities.
"How come they have wings but can't fly?" Susan is fascinated by penguins. Even though she has been on countless journeys throughout the world, there is one parade that is still vivid in her mind.
"I won the Junior Sports Personality award for three years on the row."
"There now don't make a fuss - it is a trick for all of us." Listen to Tahla's tales as he scrolls through his life's story and you might discover the trick that's in us all.
"I felt worthless and oppressed." Alice Cheung tells us how her Buddhist faith has helped during her setbacks.
"Everyone leaves a legacy, some of which is seen and some unseen." Ancient sites, plotting key lines and number patterns; for Sarah they all provide a connection to the past.
"As for the eye of the newt and leg of toad theory - scrap it!" Neil is fascinated by the contemporary world of witches and pagans.
"Namaste is both a greeting and a yoga posture." Lal's a writer, Reiki practitioner and director of Namaste Productions.
"God loves me. He loves me even if sometimes I don't love Him." Jenny gives us an insight into why she feels so passionate about God.
Capture Wales is the BBC's award-winning Digital Storytelling project which came out of a partnership formed in 2001 between BBC Wales and Cardiff University.
BBC Capture Wales ran monthly workshops from 2001 - February 2008, facilitating people in the making of their digital stories. In this section you can watch the wealth of stories that were created on workshops during that period.