1. 2010 Rockingham Ruritan District Regional Spelling Bee

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    The 2010 Rockingham Ruritan District Regional Spelling Bee was held today (Saturday, March 6th ) at the studio of WVPT. Twenty students from around the region competed for an opportunity to advance to the National Scripps Competition held in Washington D.C. The winner of this year’s bee was Andrew Taylor from Blue Ridge Christian School. The second place runner up was Mia Karr from Thomas Harrison Middle School, and coming in third, was Hannah Craun from Wilbur S. Pence Middle School. Andrew received a brand new laptop, and all expense paid trip for himself and a parent or guardian to go to Washington D.C. and participate in the National Spelling Bee. Andrew said that weekly practice sessions with his father helped him prepare for the competition. The winning word this year was “HUSTINGS”. This year’s Rockingham Regional Spelling Bee was Sponsored by the Rockingham District Ruritan Club, and co-sponsored by The Daily News Record, and WVPT. David Mullins, President and General Manager of WVPT was thrilled to be the host of the spelling bee. “It is an honor to be able to broadcast such a wonderful community event.” The Scripps National Spelling Bee will be held June 2 – 4 in Washington D.C.

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    • 59th Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon

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      36 recipients of the 59th Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 22, 2000 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The winners were chosen by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media for the year 1999. Matt Lauer emceed. This ceremony includes a special tribute to Peabody Director Barry Sherman.

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      • 61st Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon

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        34 recipients of the 61st Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 20, 2002 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The winners were chosen by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media for the year 2001. Walter Cronkite emceed.

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        • 60th Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon

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          34 recipients of the 60th Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 21, 2001 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The winners were chosen by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media for the year 2000. Christiane Amanpour emceed.

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          • The 2009 Temple Telegram Spelling Bee

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            Local Annual Spelling Bee, Hosted by The Temple Daily Telegram and KNCT, your local PBS station

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            • Kathy Buckley Kansas City 2013

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              Gifted comedienne, award-winning actress, accomplished author, and renowned inspirational speaker KATHY BUCKLEY is a force like no other. Billed as America’s first hearing-impaired comedienne, she has appeared on The Tonight Show, Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Entertainment Tonight, and Extra. She has been featured in several national magazines, including People as one of its most touching stories of 1997. Kathy is also a five-time American Comedy Awards nominee as Best Stand-Up Female Comedienne. As an actress, she has appeared in Touched by an Angel and in her critically acclaimed one-woman off-Broadway show, Don’t Buck with Me/Now Hear This! Kathy is the author of a book titled If You Could Hear What I See and an original awardwinning PBS special, No Labels, No Limits! Her highly acclaimed autobiographical theater play, Now Hear This!, premiered off-Broadway and then opened in Los Angeles, with both Kathy and the show winning the distinguished Los Angeles Theater Ovation Award for best writing of a world-premiere play or musical and the Los Angeles entertainment industry’s coveted Media Access Award for best play of the year. She has received numerous awards for her dedication to all people with disabilities and her commitment to children. Visit www.kathybuckley.com for more information.

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              • PBS Hawaii NEW HOME Campaign Pledge Event

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                A star-studded cast of Hawaii residents appeared on PBS Hawaii to help the statewide public television station engage public support for its campaign to build a new home. Broadway performer Loretta Ables Sayre will host the program, featuring slack key guitar master Keola Beamer; singer Marlene Sai; YouTube sensation Ryan Higa; singer/composer Paula Fuga; jazz singer and PBS Hawaii Board member Jimmy Borges; singer/musician and PBS Hawaii Board member Kawika Kahiapo; entertainer Danny Kaleikini; slam poet Kealoha; voice coach Neva Rego; ukulele impresario Roy Sakuma; storyteller and Enterprise Honolulu President and CEO Pono Shim; Searider Productions educator Candy Suiso; Hawaii and San Francisco public broadcasting executive Mary Bitterman; and iconic artist Pegge Hopper. Singers will be accompanied by Dan Del Negro on the piano and John Kolivas on bass. The program is intended to raise public awareness and financial support for a $30 million capital campaign to develop a site that the station purchased at 315 Sand Island Access Road at Nimitz Highway. PBS Hawaii must vacate the University of Hawaii Manoa building it has occupied for 40 years because the university needs the space for expansion. For more information, visit www.pbshawaii.org/newhome Original Air Date: Sunday, November 18, 2012

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                • 62nd Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon

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                  31 recipients of the 62nd Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 19, 2003 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The winners were chosen by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media of the year 2002. Charles Gibson emceed.

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                  • This Bus Stops

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                    This documentary, produced by WILL-TV in 1969, looks at school busing and the grievances of black students, educators and parents in Central Illinois. Dissatisfied with the lack of black faculty, black history courses, and black voices in the educational process, Decatur high school students talk about a school walkout that they held on Nov. 25, 1968. Then, Champaign-Urbana educators assess the progress of racal integration in area classrooms. Champaign activist John Lee Johnson discusses the role of the Concerned Citizens Committee, which was formed to study the grievances of black people who were concerned about racial tension in schools.

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                    • Bill Moyers: 20 Years of Listening to America (1991)

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                      This 20 year compilation feature a wide range of guests, from average Americans to lauded scholars, artists, heroes and leaders, including David Rockefeller, Maya Angelou, Joe Namath, Lillian Hellman, John Huston, Aaron Copland, Maxine Hong Kingston, James Dickey, Mortimer Adler, Ronald Reagan, George Baldwin, Richard Rodriguez, Edward Bernays, I.I. Rabi, Barbara Tuchman and Joseph Campbell. Bill Moyers explains 20 Years of Listening to America: “It’s been 20 years since public television first took a chance on me. I remember clearly even now how it came about. William Morris of Harper’s magazine had sent me on a journey of 13,000 miles around the country to write a book called Listening to America. They read that book here at NET in New York, National Educational Television, and one day I answered the phone to hear a fellow say, “Moyers, don’t unpack.” Well, I didn’t and that was a lot of stories ago, a lot of frequent-flyer miles and so many memorable people, places and events that trying to pick my favorite is like having to choose among the flavors at the ice cream parlor. Some people, I’ll never forget from this journey. Some stories, I wish had never happened. The trip’s taken almost a third of my life and here are just a few moments from along the way.” Airdate: October 4, 1991

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