Skip to main content

The Tenors - Fan Favorites

The Canadian singers perform a timeless selection of songs viewers know and love in an intimate setting. Monday, August 20 at 7 pm

Tonight on GPB HD

7:00 pm
Tenors-fan Favorites
8:30 pm
Great Performances
10:30 pm
On The Psychiatrists Couch With Dr Daniel Amen, Md

Other Channels

7:30 pmSongwriters
8:00 pmGeorgia Detour
8:30 pmLive From The Artists Den
9:30 pmSongwriters
10:00 pmPBS Newshour
11:00 pmGsutv Off The Record
7:00 pm Simply Ming
7:30 pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
8:00 pm Lidia's Kitchen
8:30 pm America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated
9:00 pm Chef's Life
9:30 pm Nigella: At My Table
10:00 pm This Old House
10:30 pm Chesapeake Bay By Air
11:30 pm Lidia's Kitchen

GPB's Latest

Watch "POV" on GPB Passport

POV is the longest-running showcase on television to feature the work of America's best contemporary-issue independent filmmakers, celebrating intriguing personal stories that spark conversation and inspire action. You can watch it, along with hundreds of hours of Nova, Nature, The Great British Baking Show, Finding Your Roots and much more streaming on-demand with GPB Passport.

August 19, 2018

This Morning on Fresh Air

Espionage novelist John Le Carré reflects on his own 'legacy' of spying. Listen today at 9 am or streaming live at

August 19, 2018

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.

August 19, 2018

What's In A Name? | Ralph David Abernathy

Rickey Bevington tells the story of civil rights legend Ralph David Abernathy and his namesake places.

August 19, 2018

Cultivating A New Generation Of Gardeners

When students began coming to school early to work in the aeroponics and traditional gardens, we knew that our experiment was a success.

August 19, 2018

Political Rewind: Historical Campaign Stop Turns 90

On this edition of Political Rewind, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has been the city’s most lucrative asset. But will scandals and security issues further prompt the state legislatures attempt to take control of the world’s busiest airport?
August 20, 2018

Venezuela, Racked With Hyperinflation, Rolls Out New Banknotes

In Venezuela, where the annual inflation rate topped 60,000 percent this weekend, the currency has lost so much value that it takes stacks of bills just to buy a roll of toilet paper. The average consumer might as well bring a wheelbarrow to the market — not to transport groceries but to cart all the cash needed to buy them. So President Nicolas Maduro has come up with an audacious solution to the country's rapidly devaluing currency: Devalue it even further. A lot more. Beginning Monday, authorities are rolling out a replacement for the apparently unironically named "strong" bolivar, swapping it out for a "sovereign" bolivar that will be pegged to the government's proposed cryptocurrency, the petro . In the process they are devaluing Venezuela's physical currency more than 95 percent and radically weakening its exchange rate — going from about 250,000 to 6 million bolivars per U.S. dollar. The new banknotes are also shedding five zeroes in a bid to make matters more manageable for
August 20, 2018

The 'Queen' Of Saharan Song, Khaira Arby, Has Died One of the most prized voices to come out of West Africa in recent years, the Malian singer and songwriter Khaira Arby , has died. Her death was announced by her American tour manager, Christopher Nolan, who said that she died Sunday in a Bamako hospital. She was 59 years old; the cause of her death was not disclosed. Her family told the AFP that she was being buried on Monday. Born near Timbuktu, Arby wasn't a singer by family trade — in a country where most musicians are born into griot families — though she was related, through marriage, to one of Africa's biggest stars: the late, Grammy-winning guitarist Ali Farka Touré. Her family resisted her vocation; Arby's father made sure she was married at age 16, specifically to bar her from pursuing music. She married and had children, but then divorced — later telling journalists that the reason that her marriage broke up is because she loved singing too much. One day, she stepped in for another
August 20, 2018

Trump Administration Moves To Penalize Immigrants For Using Government Benefits

Omolara Uwemedimo says it's hard to imagine what her parents, who immigrated to New York from Nigeria decades ago, would have done if they had had to choose between food stamps and getting their green cards. Her parents worked factory jobs back then, but when her mother got pregnant with her, Uwemedimo says, the doctor put her on bed rest. "She actually used food stamps when she was pregnant," Uwemedimo said. "And she says that pretty much saved them in terms of not having to move out of their apartment because of the fact that they had that help." Now other immigrants could be faced with that kind of choice. The Trump administration is considering penalizing legal immigrants for using government benefits such as Medicaid and food stamps and recently signaled in a public notice that it plans to propose new regulations. Many of the details haven't been finalized. But the idea has already sparked warnings about the consequences for immigrant families, and the nation's health care system.
August 20, 2018

Another Wave Of Ex-National Security Officials Criticize Trump

For the third time in recent days, a prominent group of former national security officials has signed a letter criticizing President Trump's decision to revoke the security clearance of former CIA director John Brennan. In a related development, Trump said in a tweet Monday that he wasn't concerned about Brennan's remarks over the weekend that he might take legal action in response to the president's move. Trump said last Wednesday he was taking away Brennan's security clearance, citing Brennan's highly critical remarks of the president on social media and television. "If it means going to court, I will do that," Brennan told NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday. "If my clearances and my reputation — as I'm being pulled through the mud right now — if that's the price I have to pay to prevent Donald Trump from doing this to other people, to me, that's a small price to pay." Another letter In the letter released Monday, 177 former officials signaled their support for Brennan. "Former
August 20, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

State powers flex their muscles in openers

The state's best high school teams proved they belonged with big performances on the first week of the regular season

August 20, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Top Five Performances From Corky Kell Classic

There were plenty of great performances during the first week of the high school season. Here are five of the best from games played in the Corky Kell Classic.

August 20, 2018
Georgia at Work

Georgia Is Curbing Recidivism By Educating Inmates To Weld, Helping Fill In-Demand Jobs

This is a story about the Technical College System of Georgia working with the state’s workforce development office to better the lives of Georgians while filling in-demand jobs.

August 20, 2018
Education Matters

"The Intentional Bookshelf" For Your Classroom

Imagine if, as an educator, you took the time to carefully select which books you highlighted in your classroom and within your class bookshelf - consider the impact you could have.

August 20, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Tonight's Facebook Live Preview: Monroe Area At Apalachee

GPB will show portions of the Monroe Area-Apalachee game Friday on Facebook Live

August 17, 2018

Education Blogs

"The Intentional Bookshelf" For Your Classroom

Imagine if, as an educator, you took the time to carefully select which books you highlighted in your classroom and within your class bookshelf - consider the impact you could have.

August 20, 2018

The Governor’s Office Of Student Achievement Now Accepting Applications For 2018-2019 Innovation Fund And Teaching Competition

Grants range from $10,000 up to $700,000 for innovative programs and teaching practices.

August 14, 2018

Gardening 2.0: Cultivating A New Generation Of Gardeners

When students began coming to school early to work in the aeroponics and traditional gardens, we knew that our gardening experiment was a success.

August 13, 2018

Education Spotlight

Writers Contest

Meet the winners of the 2018 PBS KIDS Writers Contest and listen as they narrate their award-winning stories! The annual contest is open to kids in kindergarten through third grade. 

Learn More >>

Browse by Section

  • News

    Your local and national news source

  • TV

    Learn more about our local and national shows

  • Sports

    Catch up on your favorite high school sports

  • Support

    Support Georgia Public Broadcasting today

  • Radio

    Listen to music, news and more

  • Education

    Learn more about our education resources

  • Blogs

    Read, discuss and connect with us

  • GPB Kids

    Play kids games