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WPSU Excited to Share “Our Town: Bedford” with Storytellers and Bedford Community!

Posted by Whitney on 04/26 at 04:22 PM

We’re wrapping up the editing of “Our Town: Bedford” program. The twenty-eight stories highlight the local attractions, businesses, history, and people of the Bedford area. WPSU had a great time visiting the Bedford community for the 59th episode in the Our Town series. Be sure to tune in for the premiere on Thursday, May 12 at 8 p.m. on WPSU. The program will also stream online at wpsu.org/live during the broadcast.

WPSU learned all about alpacas, banjos, Bedford of 1758, a fish hatchery…want to know more? You have to tune in to see the show! We’ll be sharing a sneak peek of the program with the storytellers next week and then sharing it with the WPSU audience on Thursday, May 12. Be sure to watch!

{name} Author: Whitney
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05/12 at 08:13 PM
Clearville, Pa

I was told I could view OUR TOWN BEDFORD at 08:00 pm on the 12th.  I went to your web site an could not fine the show I’m very disappointed I could not see my nephews at the fish hatchery the video they made VERY DISAPPOINTED.

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