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This Land is Your Land (My Music)

The Smothers Brothers and Judy Collins host a musical exploration of American folk music, from its roots in bluegrass to San Francisco coffee houses and Greenwich Village clubs. Thursday, December 14 at 7 pm

Tonight on GPB HD

7:00 pm
This Land Is Your Land (my Music)
8:30 pm
Rick Steves' Heart Of Italy
10:30 pm
21 Days To A Slimmer Younger You With Dr Kellyann

Other Channels

7:00 pmOtr Mix Tapes
7:30 pmOtr Mix Tapes
8:00 pmInfinity Hall Live
9:00 pmGsutv Off The Record
10:00 pmPBS Newshour
11:00 pmOtr Mix Tapes
11:30 pmGeorgia Detour
7:00 pm Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen
7:30 pm Baking With Julia
8:00 pm Martha Bakes
8:30 pm America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated
9:00 pm Mike Colameco's Real Food
9:30 pm Pati's Mexican Table
10:00 pm Woodwright's Shop
10:30 pm Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
11:00 pm Weekends With Yankee
11:30 pm Martha Bakes

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December 13, 2017

GHSA Football Championship

Watch Colquitt County battle North Gwinnett for the Class 7A Title. Your All Access Pass begins at 7 pm on GPB or streaming at

December 13, 2017

Today on On Second Thought

We talk with historians Kevin Levin and Daina Ramey Berry about Georgia's Confederate monuments. Listen today at 9 AM or streaming live at

December 13, 2017

How CEFGA Is Battling The Construction Skills Gap In Georgia

The construction industry in Georgia needs a skilled workforce, and CEFGA is on it.

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An Introduction To Digital Literacy

Just because our students are "digital natives" does that mean they are digitally literate? And what does digital literacy entail, anyway?

December 13, 2017

Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock Posts Online Confessional Of Sexual Misconduct

Morgan Spurlock, the filmmaker best known for his 2004 documentary Super Size Me , acknowledged on Wednesday examples of sexual misconduct in his past in an online confessional titled "I am Part of the Problem." Amid a flurry of accusations of sexual harassment and abuse that have taken down numerous high-profile men in recent months, Spurlock linked from his Twitter account to a nearly 1,000-word post , admitting: "I don't sit by and wonder 'who will be next?' I wonder, 'when will they come for me?'" Spurlock recently sold the sequel to the Oscar-nominated Super Size Me — about the ill effects of a fast-food diet. He has been involved in dozens of other films and television projects. He said he had built a reputation as a documentarian seeking the truth and that: "I can't blindly act as though I didn't somehow play a part in this, and if I'm going truly represent myself as someone who has built a career on finding the truth, then it's time for me to be truthful as well." Spurlock, 47,
December 14, 2017

Kentucky Lawmaker Dies In Apparent Suicide Amid Accusations Of Sexual Assault

A Kentucky state lawmaker has apparently taken his own life following accusations that surfaced in reports by the investigative arm of Louisville Public Media – the most serious of which was the alleged sexual assault a 17-year-old girl in the basement of the church where he served as pastor. Rep. Dan Johnson, 57, was found dead Wednesday evening beside his automobile on a bridge over the Salt River in Mt. Washington. Authorities had been searching for him since a post on his Facebook page – since removed – that appeared to be a suicide note. In the post he wrote that "The accusations from NPR are false," adding that America "will not survive this type of judge and jury fake news [sic]." NPR neither investigated the story nor aired or published it, but the accusations of sexual assault were part of an unflattering profile of Johnson published Monday by Louisville Public Media's Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting (KyCIR). In a reference to Johnson's penchant for calling himself
December 14, 2017

PBS Host Tavis Smiley Suspended After Sexual Misconduct Investigation

PBS will no longer distribute Tavis Smiley following what a spokeswoman called "multiple, credible" allegations of sexual misconduct uncovered by a recent investigation into the late-night show host's behavior. News of the suspension of Smiley's show, produced by TS Media, an independent production company, was first reported by Variety. In a statement, PBS Vice President for Corporate Communications Jennifer R. Byrne said the company had engaged an outside law firm to investigate "troubling allegations regarding Mr. Smiley." "This investigation included interviews with witnesses as well as with Mr. Smiley. The inquiry uncovered multiple, credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values and standards of PBS, and the totality of this information led to today's decision," she said. According to Variety: "The investigation found credible allegations that Smiley had engaged in sexual relationships with multiple subordinates, sources said. Some witnesses interviewed
December 13, 2017

We Regret To Inform You That A British Surgeon Was Branding His Initials On Livers

The liver is a fascinating thing. If you want to read a thought-provoking story about the liver, you might like to learn about the challenges of building a fairer system for allocating access to liver transplants. Or the history of efforts to grow "liverettes" in petri dishes. Interested in an international, culinary angle? What about Turkey's annual Liver Festival ? How about a heartwarming story from member station WBUR about a 6-year-old boy who had a bright idea for helping his friend with a rare liver disease? The New York Times ran a strange and beautiful essay this summer, about the history of the human liver (the "seat of the human soul" to Mesopotamians) and its strange "inventory of talents. "The liver "sprawls like a beached sea lion," Natalie Angier writes, "likes its bloodlines leaky," keeps track of time through mysterious oscillations. It's a great essay. You could go read it now, if you like. Or — if you must — you can read about the British surgeon who repeatedly
December 13, 2017

Episode 812: High Rise, Low Returns

Trump SoHo is a high rise in lower Manhattan, part hotel, part condos; it's 46 stories tall, all slick grey glass. Conflicts, from zoning battles to accusations of fraud, have followed the project since it was announced during a 2006 episode of The Apprentice. According to reports by Bloomberg News, Trump SoHo has attracted the interest of Department of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating possible ties between Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and Russian officials. To build Trump Soho, the Trump Organization worked with a company called Bayrock, founded by the wealthy Soviet-born financier Tevfik Arif, who, among other things, owned a chromium plant in Kazakhstan. Questions also surround another major player in the project, Felix Sater, who has a criminal history that includes stabbing a man during a bar fight, and pleading guilty to a securities fraud scheme that involved the mafia. Find us: Twitter / Facebook / Instagram Subscribe to our show on Apple
December 13, 2017
GPB Sports Blog

Mid-Week Update: +1 Week

Hey Football Friday Fans! Here is your Mid-Week Update!

December 13, 2017
GPB Sports Blog

GHSA 5A Final Rome at Warner Robins Promises to be Great

Six of the GHSA’s Football State Championship Games in the ultra-luxurious, $1.6 billion domed, halo-board rimmed Mercedes Benz Stadium where postponed last weekend because of…weather.

December 13, 2017
Georgia at Work

Free Adult Education Leads To Full-Time Employment In Georgia

Hard work and a willingness to learn—not money—is what Derrick Clark needed to succeed.

December 13, 2017
GPB Sports Blog

Before We Go...

What I figured I would do this week, instead of showing highlights, was go into the Vault a little bit...

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Georgia at Work

How CEFGA Is Battling The Construction Skills Gap In Georgia

The construction industry in Georgia needs a skilled workforce, and CEFGA is on it.

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Education Blogs

An Introduction To Digital Literacy

Just because our students are "digital natives" does that mean they are digitally literate? And what does digital literacy entail, anyway?

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How Virtual Reality Allows My Students To Explore The World

For Virtual Reality, seeing really is believing.

December 6, 2017

PBS LearningMedia To Offer Georgia Users Free Access To State Standards

Effective January 1, 2018, an enhanced PBS LearningMedia experience will be available to all users, offering free access to state standards for the first time ever.

December 4, 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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