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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.

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  • gatepostWrexham and Me

    Simon Job
    "Gateposts to people's houses and they're all weathered and beaten up with ivy growing round them."
  • JessUnique To Me

    Jess Wan
    "I've always been half-hearted and not enjoyed it, but in this year, I've just completely come out of my shell and I love it loads."
  • StewartAn Eye in Wrexham

    Stewart MacKellar
    "I started off by walking around Wrexham just trying to get ideas, my interests and what jumped out at me."
  • EdPhoto Outing

    Ed Lake
    "I like how it's just a double yellow line, but it's seven lines."
  • DavidExpression of Wrexham

    David Sopwith
    "I saw some guy fixing a cash machine, so it looked like he was stealing the money from the inside."
  • NaomiBehind the camera

    Naomi Stratton
    "I have moved back to Wrexham so I'm kind of reacquainting myself with the place."
  • MeganCheap as Chips

    Megan Evans
    "I just really like the light with the trees coming on to the car park."
  • AngusRound & Round the Masking Tape

    Angus Eickhoff
    "I was a bit stumped for an idea, so I drew round a masking tape."
  • TigerThe Woman Who Never Threw Anything Away

    Janet Farahar
    "I don't like housework. I don't like tidying up and putting things away."
  • KarenTime for something new

    Karen Smith
    "For as long as I can remember people have said, 'You'll never amount to anything.'"
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About Capture Wales

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.

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