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Beth Ward hosts As Schools Match Wits, which returns to WGBY for its 53rd season.Open to both public and private high school students throughout western Massachusetts, northern Connecticut and southern Vermont, ASMW is the longest-running show of its kind in the nation. Each season 50 schools go head-to-head in qualifying matches to see which team can earnthe most points. The eight highest-scoring teams then compete in playoff matches to determinethe season's champion.

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Hosts Aliz Koletas and Jim Madigan connect viewers to local stories and current events in western New England.

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CURRIER & IVES: PERSPECTIVES ON AMERICA focuses on the pictorial legacy of renowned 19th-century printmakers Currier & Ives - from their idyllic New England winter scenes to the more controversial images of these mass-media pioneers. Narrated by National Public Radio's Scott Simon, the three-part series reveals the fascinating stories behind some of Currier & Ives' most popular work and introduces their lesser-known disaster prints, political cartoons, risque lithographs and racially insensitive comic-book series.

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Contemporary glass artist Josh Simpson's journey to create a 100-lb Megaplanet.

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A look at the Mount Holyoke and Mount Tom ranges in MA.

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Explore the famous Orchard's Golf Club, host of the USGA's 59th US Women's Open.

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'Where the Earth Meets the Sky' Takes Viewers To Shelburne Falls studio of Josh Simpson

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Examines the rich history & present day status of agriculture in the region.

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Focuses on the valiant work of the American Field Service during World War I.

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WGBY's Emmy Award-winning documentary from 2012 that gives an inside look at Double Edge Theatre, a laboratory theater located on a 100-acre farm in Ashfield, MA.

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