Think about the street in which you live or another Australian street that you love, hate or are fascinated by. Then think about telling the stories that belong on that street in words, pictures, video or sound - the choice is yours. The possibilities are tantalising.

ABC Radio National’s Street Stories program wants to bring the stories of our streets together through My Street. My Street is a new multimedia project that will enable stories to be shared by everyone, no matter where they are in Australia, at <> .

Share a story from your street with My Street, from 22 June, and the best entry will win the chance to work with the Street Stories team to produce a radio documentary about your street, or another mutually agreed topic.

.All entries will be available to view on the My Street website as soon as they are uploaded. The competition closes on 7 November 2008.

Your story may also be broadcast on ABC Radio National. A selection of the best stories will be featured on Street Stories once a month, throughout the competition period.

Your story needs to be told in no more than seven minutes using video, audio, images or up to 700 words of text. You can record it on your mobile phone, an MP3 player, a video or digital camera. Or you could submit an animation, a story, a photo montage – the choice is yours.

ABC Radio National's Street Stories is a weekly half-hour program devoted to social documentaries. You'll hear stories and experiences from across Australia and around the globe. Come with us into the places where lives are lived; lounge rooms, pubs, offices - even caves - to hear tales of the ordinary and the extraordinary. Street Stories can be heard every Sunday at 1.30pm (repeat 8pm) or as audio on demand and podcast at <> .

For everything you need to know about My Street and to view entries, visit <> from Sunday 22 June.
[[b]Submitted by James[/b]]