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Masterpiece: Unforgotten

The past catches up with suspects Father Rob, Lizzie, Sir Phillip and Eric. But which one is Jimmy’s killer? It takes a second cold case to solve the mystery. Sunday, April 22 at 9 pm

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Unforgotten Season 1 On Masterpiece
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Watch "Civilizations" on GPB Passport

From Asia to Latin America, Africa to Europe, America to the Middle East, the bold new series, "Civilizations," tells the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day. You can stream the entire nine-part series on GPB Passport, a donor benefit that provides you with access to an extended online library of quality local and national public television programs streaming on demand.

April 22, 2018

Two Way Street

Exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. Sunday at 11 am on GPB Radio or streaming live at GPB.org.

April 22, 2018

Civilizations Examines The Power of Art and Human Creativity Across Cultures

What drives us to create? The new nine-part series premieres Tuesday, April 17.

April 22, 2018

Bainbridge & Bartow County Each Reveal Major Jobs Announcements

Two Georgia counties each land major jobs announcements topping 500 new positions and millions in new investment.

April 22, 2018

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April 22, 2018

Tiny Desk Concerts At 10: How One Miserable Show Led To A Magical Concert Series

Ten years ago today — on April 22, 2008 — NPR Music published our first Tiny Desk concert. Laura Gibson was the inspiration, and the event that sparked the idea of concerts at my desk came from NPR Music's Stephen Thompson. He and I were at the SXSW Music Festival, at one of those lousy shows where the audience chatter was louder than the performer. When Laura Gibson walked off the stage to talk with Stephen and me, we told her that we could barely hear a word she sang, and Stephen said something like, "When you come to D.C., we should just have you play at Bob's desk." For me, it was a lightbulb moment. Though Stephen's comment may have been a way to lighten the moment, as a former video producer and audio engineer, I thought his idea was genius. As you'll hear on this edition of All Songs Considered , for Laura Gibson it marked a turning point in a young artist's career. "I wasn't quite sure if music was for me, and that experience of having this terrible-feeling show and thinking,
April 22, 2018

Sunday Puzzle: Let's Play Ball

On-air challenge: Every answer today is the name of a major-league baseball team. You tell me what they are from their anagrams. Example: SCARY – C -- (Tampa Bay) Rays 1. SCUBA – A 2. STEAM – A 3. DRESS – S 4. DESPAIR – I 5. AGAINST – A 6. ADVERBS – D 7. COSTARS – C 8. RESTING – N 9. SEALING – I 10. STOCKIER – T 11. MINERALS – E 12. WIRETAPS – W 13. EARRINGS – I 14. THEISTICAL – I 15. NONSPATIAL – P Last week's challenge: The letters of SWITZERLAND can be rearranged to spell LIZARD and NEWTS — LIZARD being the singular name of an animal, and NEWTS a plural. Name another country with this same property. That is, name another country whose letters can be rearranged to spell two animals — one singular and one plural. It's a major country. What country is it? Challenge answer: Mexico -- ox, mice Winner: Beth Adams of Monticello, Fla. Next week's challenge: This challenge comes from listener Dan Ezekiel of Ann Arbor, Mich. Take the name of a famous film director. Drop the first letter of
April 22, 2018

'Exorcist' Director Makes A New Movie About Exorcism (It's A Documentary)

When The Exorcist , based on the novel by William Blatty, came to theaters in 1973, it captured the public imagination. Or more accurately, the public's nightmares. Exorcisms aren't just the stuff of horror movies — hundreds of thousands of Italian Catholics reportedly request them each year. But when William Friedkin directed the movie, he'd never actually seen an exorcism. It would be four more decades before he actually witnessed one. Friedkin tracked down the late Rev. Gabriele Amorth, who was the chief exorcist of the Diocese of Rome, and asked if he could ever watch an exorcism. "Which is never done," Friedkin says. "It's not an entertainment, it's not for show. But he had a wide berth." Friedkin took a small camera with him, and that scene became the center of his new documentary The Devil And Father Amorth. Interview Highlights On Cristina, the woman who had the exorcism performed on her She was an architect, and a very attractive, intelligent, soft-spoken, wonderful woman. And
April 22, 2018

Bearing Musical Witness To John B. McLemore, The Late Protagonist Of 'S-Town'

John B. McLemore is probably best known as the charismatic, obsessive, antique-clock-repairing, hedge-maze-building, dog-loving, murder investigating, tattooed focus of S-Town , the hit podcast from 2017. But he was also was a composer, who remixed the music of an artist he never met. "Out of the blue, I got an e-mail from someone named John B.," painter and musician Tor Lundvall explains. "The subject said 'Tor Lundvall's greatest hits' — which is kind of funny because I'm more of an ambient guy, not really well known. ... He compiled these really lengthy mixes of my music, mixed in with his own material. I was really intrigued." John B. and Tor Lundvall kept up an email correspondence. They talked about music, and also about John B.'s depression, after a few months they lost touch. In 2o15, as listeners to the podcast will know, John B. took his own life. Earlier this year, Lundvall released an album of John B.'s remixes, along with some of his own compositions, called Witness Marks
April 22, 2018

Juliana Hatfield Sings The Hits Of 'Old Friend' Olivia Newton-John

Juliana Hatfield was a darling of the '90s indie music scene. She played with Blake Babies and The Lemonheads and had a hit with the edgy pop song, " My Sister ." Hatfield released a string of alternative albums since those days, full of distorted guitars and strong vocals. But now, longtime fans may be surprised at the gentler influence of her latest album, Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John . Hatfield says that she's considered Newton-John's music an inspirational thread for most of her creative life. The 14-track album, which was released earlier this month under American Laundromat Records, houses Hatfield's interpretations of many of Newton-John's best-known hits like "I Honestly Love You" and "Hopelessly Devoted to You" from the soundtrack of 1978's Grease , one of the films that helped make Newton-John a star. When asked if she identifies more with the character of Sandy Olsson, she says her idea of being viewed as the good girl has changed over the years. "I think I
April 22, 2018
Georgia at Work

Social Circle Is Latest Georgia City To Receive Influx Of Manufacturing Jobs, Investment

Remember when we told you manufacturing jobs were en vogue in Georgia? Here's more proof!

April 20, 2018
Education Matters

Teachers: Join Us For A Day Of Discovery In June

Join us for free professional development to ignite your classroom through Computational Thinking!

April 19, 2018
Georgia at Work

As Manufacturing Picks Up In the State, Governor Deal Reminds Georgia Its Workforce Needs To Keep Up

Manufacturing jobs are available in Georgia RIGHT NOW, but companies need qualified workers. Here’s how you can get qualified.

April 18, 2018
Education Matters

Need A Final Boost For The Last Weeks Of School? We've Got You Covered

Even though this winter never seemed like it would end, and was one that will live in Georgians' minds for decades to come, summer is inevitably near. The pollen is on its way and the Masters...

April 17, 2018
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Examine The Power of Art and Human Creativity Across Cultures With Civilizations, Premiering Tuesday, April 17

What drives us to create? The new nine-part series Civilizations, premiering Tuesday, April 17, examines the idea that the human urge comes from wanting to make something with an eternal quality that...

April 16, 2018

Education Blogs

Teachers: Join Us For A Day Of Discovery In June

Join us for free professional development to ignite your classroom through Computational Thinking!

April 19, 2018

Need A Final Boost For The Last Weeks Of School? We've Got You Covered

Even though this winter never seemed like it would end, and was one that will live in Georgians' minds for decades to come, summer is inevitably near. The pollen is on its way and the Masters...

April 17, 2018

5 Ways In 5 Days: Counting Down To The GA Studies Milestones

Explore these 5 ways to help students prepare for the GA social studies Milestones test.

April 12, 2018

Education Spotlight

GASHA GO!

GASHA GO! is a new skill-building math game for kids in kindergarten through third grade from GPB Education. The game focuses on developing children’s number sense which is a sense of what numbers...

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