In pictures: BBC Berkshire bus
And here are the winners of BBC South Does Strictly Come Dancing for Children In Need: BBC South Today reporter Ben Moore and dancer Keri Marin! The dance contest, at the Newbury Show, was a culmination of a week-long series of events outside the BBC bus.
The rock 'n' rolling jivers beat other BBC South personalities on Sunday 20 September 2009, including BBC Radio Berkshire's Clare Catford and Rory McAllister. Judge Debbie McGee commended Ben on his "fantastic hip action".
Prior to the big dance-off, BBC Radio Berkshire's Debbie McGee met a feathery friend when Ray Prior and his birds of prey visited the bus in Woodley on Tuesday 15 September 2009.
Armed with the slogan 'make Peach one of your five-a-day', BBC Radio Berkshire breakfast presenter Andrew Peach handed out baskets of the fruit with BBC Berkshire's Susanne Courtney (right) in tow.
Andrew Peach learns how to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a dummy when the BBC Berkshire bus visited Charles Square in Bracknell on Wednesday 16 September 2009.
Presenter Mary Green enjoyed cookery demonstrations and a spot of dancing in the street at both Bracknell and Thatcham on Thursday 17 September 2009.
As well as on Sunday the BBC bus, with accompanying stage, also hosted events at the Newbury Show on Saturday 19 September. Here are Reading women's barbershop choir The Barberettes in action.
BBC Radio Berkshire's gardening expert Colin Evans transformed the stage into a horticultural heaven when he presented a gardening question time.
The Ginger Jive dance group inspired a host of Newbury Show visitors to try out some moves on both Saturday and Sunday.
Visitors to the BBC Berkshire bus could surf the BBC website and find out more about BBC Radio Berkshire. Watch out for the BBC Bus in 2010!