A collection of short films made by students at Yale College, Wrexham, as part of their Digital Storytelling programme.
"Fortunately for me they decided to restore Pont Cysyllte Aqueduct."
I remember his laugh of excitement whenever we would go to the house.
"The worst was over, or so they believed."
"I've cruised well over 100,000 miles on ten boats." Mal from Yale College talks about his life on water.
I have a bigger and better family now.
"As the years went by, the hair got shorter, I grew taller and my face became more miserable."
That's where I live. Looks lovely, doesn't it? Bored yet?
"For him, it was love at first sight."
There was Dad's tiger. That's what we were really there for. He had sponsored it on his 40th birthday.
"My best mate wanted to feel my head. She said, 'Ew, that's minging'." a digital story made by Sam Knights from Yale College.
About Yale College
Yale College, Wrexham is part of a network of Digital Storytelling partners that the BBC developed across Wales between 2001-2008.
Digital Storytelling at Yale College is run through the Faculty of Arts and Languages. They make Digital Storytelling available to a wide cross-section of the public, whilst developing a range of qualifications to suit a variety of learners. The team at Yale also develops new forms of narrative delivery.
Students, on a range of courses, learn how to script and produce their own Digital Stories. Expert help is on offer from experienced Yale College staff, and students could show their Digital Story on this BBC website.
In 2005 the college was awarded the prestigious Beacon Award for its Digital Storytelling work, and they have recently launched their own Digital Stories website, which shows a great selection of the students' work.
Visit the Yale Centre for Digital Storytelling for more stories from the project.
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