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Introducing GPB Passport

GPB Passport is the new member benefit that provides you with extended access to an on-demand library of quality local and national public television programming, including tens of thousands of hours of your favorite programs.

February 21, 2017

Today on On Second Thought

We dedicate our entire show to the way Southerners speak, including the origin of "y'all." Listen today at 9 AM or streaming live at

February 21, 2017

Political Rewind

Tune in for Political Rewind today at 2 PM on GPB Radio as host Bill Nigut reviews the week in politics and what's ahead.

February 21, 2017


Watch live Georgia General Assembly proceedings while in session, and tune in at 7pm for Lawmakers with Scott Slade and Lisa Rayam.

February 21, 2017

There’s Still Time To Take The PBS Nerd Challenge

Have you taken the #PBSNerd Challenge yet? Since the competition ends March 3, you still have time.

February 21, 2017

An Attempt To Save South Carolina's Historical Documents Is Destroying Them

When you think of an old map or manuscript, you might picture something yellowed, tattered or even torn because of how long it's been around. But millions of historic documents, from presidential papers to personal slave journals are facing an issue apart from age: a preservation method that has backfired. In a cold, white room on the first floor of South Carolina's state archives , a dehumidifier keeps a mass of old documents safe. "We try to keep this to be an odor-free zone," says Eric Emerson, director of the state's archives and history department. Past a row of 10-foot metal shelves sit the department's crown jewels. "These are the seven constitutions of the state," Emerson says. From left to right, the constitutions range from those written during the Revolutionary War all the way through Reconstruction. Emerson's colleague Patrick McCawley is worried about these historic papers. He points to South Carolina's first constitution from 1776. It's stiff, stuck together, with a
February 21, 2017

Emotions Run High At Rep. Carter Town Hall In Savannah

Hundreds of people packed into a town hall meeting with Republican Representative Buddy Carter in Savannah Tuesday. Carter was the latest of several GOP Congress members to find emotions running high back home. Before taking questions, Carter laid out some of his goals for the new Congress, including repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. Opponents loudly objected when he called the healthcare law "Obamacare," and for the rest of the meeting the crowd reacted with competing boos and cheers to just about every policy point. The outcry prompted Carter supporters to chastise the crowd, yelling for people to "use a few manners" and "sit down and shut up." Meanwhile, outside the auditorium, the overflow crowd chanted "you work for us." A fight broke out in the lobby between an opponent and a supporter of the congressman.
February 21, 2017

Conservative Justices Skeptical Of Extending Constitution Beyond U.S. Border

With security at the U.S.-Mexico border at the center of a seething controversy, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court seemed torn at oral arguments on Tuesday — torn between their sense of justice and legal rules that until now have protected U.S. Border Patrol agents from liability in cross-border shootings. In the summer of 2010, 15-year-old Sergio Hernández and his friends were playing chicken, daring each other to run up to the border fence between Juárez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas. Border Patrol Agent Jesus Mesa Jr. arrived on the scene and grabbed one of the kids, while others ran past him, crossing the invisible border into Mexico and hiding behind a railroad trestle. Cellphone videos show Sergio peeking out from his hiding place, as agent Mesa points his gun and fires three shots, killing the unarmed boy 60 feet away. After an investigation by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Mesa was neither prosecuted nor disciplined. Mexico charged him with murder, but the U.S. refused
February 21, 2017

Beth Hart's Advice To Fellow Musicians: 'We Have The Right To Say No' Beth Hart just released her ninth album, Fire On The Floor. It exemplifies her signature, raw, bluesy storytelling about women down and out, surviving and taking control. But Hart, 45, says that when she was younger, she herself wasn't in control. She started drinking and doing drugs as a preteen; that exploded into full-blown addiction after she launched her career from the Los Angeles rock scene in the '90s. "With [my] second record, Screamin' For My Supper, there was pressure," Hart tells NPR's Audie Cornish. "I was getting calls, and I guess ' LA Song ' was doing super good. We were doing lots of music videos and all these things. So that really triggered me, and that's when the things the I'd kept kind of in control — they say 'functioning alcoholic,' a 'functioning addict' — all of a sudden, I couldn't function anymore. It was daily drug-taking, daily drinking and starving to the point where I was just skin and bones and my hair was
February 21, 2017

Beloved Conductor Of The Minnesota Orchestra, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Dies The Polish-born conductor and composer Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, who led the Minnesota Orchestra for nearly two decades and worked with that symphony for well over 50 years in total, died Tuesday at age 93. His death was announced this afternoon by his management company and the Minnesota Orchestra, which confirmed that he died at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, near Minneapolis. He had suffered an initial stroke in November and another one earlier this month. Born October 2, 1923, in Lwow, Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine), Skrowaczewski began studying piano and violin at age 4; by age 7, he had composed his first work for orchestra. In the 1990s, two of his own compositions, Passacaglia Immaginaria and his Concerto for Orchestra were short-listed for the Pulitzer Prize. Skrowaczewski was a child of both the Soviet occupation of 1939-41 and World War II; when he was young, he dreamed of being a concert pianist, but his hopes were ruined when he
February 21, 2017

There’s Still Time To Take The PBS Nerd Challenge

Haven't taken the #PBSNerd Challenge yet? What are you waiting for?

February 21, 2017
Georgia at Work

Could More Solar Energy Careers Come to Georgia?

Georgia is now the third-fastest growing state for solar energy usage, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). With that growth comes career expansion, too, as “Georgia solar...

There are now more than 3,900 solar energy jobs in the state, and the trendline shows positive growth again in the near future.

February 21, 2017

Diving Deep to Discover Gray's Reef

You may have heard of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary which sits off the coast, but chances are you haven’t been there. We asked Sarah Fangman, Reef superintendent, to tell us more about this...

February 21, 2017
Education Matters

Digital Pathways To Differentiation

Differentiation is often a word that is drilled into our brains early on in our teaching careers.  For myself, I have heard that magic word since I took my first education class in college.  I knew...

Differentiation is often a word that is drilled into our brains early on in our teaching careers. For myself, I have heard that magic word since I took my first education class in college.

February 21, 2017

Kids Learn How To Share And Play With Daniel Tiger

On February 4th, 2017, kids and their families were invited to the Children’s Museum of Atlanta in partnership with GPB for Be My Neighbor Day.

February 20, 2017

Education Blogs

Digital Pathways To Differentiation

Differentiation is often a word that is drilled into our brains early on in our teaching careers.  For myself, I have heard that magic word...

February 21, 2017

Gaming The Classroom Is Not What You Think

"I actually think that Carmen Sandiego is probably the most important video game ever made," says Gabe Zichermann, "principally...

February 16, 2017

Teaching With HeART

All students at King Springs Elementary School attend Art. We are divided into two campuses and I teach our 2nd-5th graders, which is approximately...

February 13, 2017

Education Spotlight

Georgia Race Through Time

Help Savannah and Peaches beat the clock and show off your knowledge of Georgia history with GPB’s new history adventure game!

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