Ever wanted to know what it's like presenting the news and sport on television or radio? Or maybe you've wondered what goes on behind the scenes on the programmes and interactive services.
This summer, BBC On Tour is giving you the chance to find out more about the BBC's news, sport and weather programmes, meet some of the people who make them happen and have a go at some of their roles yourself.
The tour team will be travelling to events around the UK during July, August and September to give you the chance to sit in the presenter's chair in the specially built television and radio studios.
The team includes some of the journalists, producers, editors, directors, engineers and designers who work on the BBC's news, sport and weather programmes.
They'll be explaining how they do their jobs and will guide visitors through the process of putting together a programme or story.
Presenters from national and local BBC television and radio programmes will also be on hand to offer tips to budding presenters.
Meet BBC presenters and have a go at presenting a programme
They'll give the inside track on what it's really like to present a programme under the glaring lights using autocue and taking prompts from a director.
The BBC Recruitment team will also be there to answer questions about working for the BBC.
The activities visitors can try include: Reading a news or sport bulletin or operating the cameras, sound, vision desk or autocue machine Reading a radio news and sport programme or trying out the studio manager's role Creating a story for the news, sport or CBBC website or taking a guided tour of the sites with journalists who work there Browsing bbc.co.uk including the news, sport, weather and iCan websites and trying out some of the BBC's interactive services Creating on-screen graphics for television news programmes Doing some sports commentary with the BBC Sport team
All activities are free of charge and most are suitable for both adults and children.
BBC On Tour will be visiting the following locations:
Look out for the tour tent at events around the country
Friday 30 July: The Media Village, BBC White City, 201 Wood Lane, London, W12 Friday 6 to Sunday 8 August: Edinburgh Festival, Middle Meadows Walk, The Meadows, Melville Drive, Edinburgh Saturday 14 August and Sunday 15 August: Discovery Day, Centenary Square, Birmingham Tuesday 17 August to Thursday 19 August: Pembrokeshire Show, County Showground, Withybush, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales Saturday 28 August to Monday 30 August: Mathew Street Festival, Albert Dock, Liverpool Friday 10 September and Saturday 11 September: MX1 FIM World Motocross Championship GP, Ballykelly, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Each event will be open from 1000 to 1800 every day.