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As Time Goes By
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French Fields
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Miranda
11:00 pm
Miss Marple

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Reasons to Love GPB

GPB is supported by a diverse array of members, viewers and listeners who want us to continue to serve the many communities they represent across the state. GPB will mobilize its resources to help concerned Georgians who want to voice their support for the CPB and public broadcasting. Click here to find out more about the potential loss of CPB funding and what you can do.

June 23, 2017

Two Way Street

Exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. Saturdays at 4PM and Sundays at 11AM on GPB Radio or streaming live at GPB.org.

June 23, 2017

Downton Abbey Movie Is A Go

It’s official. A "Downton Abbey" movie is likely to go into production in 2018. 

June 23, 2017

Meet Georgia's 2017 PBS Digital Innovator

A Talented and Gifted teacher in Roswell, Lynn Early is named a PBS Digital Innovator for her innovative, technology-infused teaching strategies.

June 23, 2017

Georgia Film Projects Are Hiring Right Now!

Georgia was recently named the No. 1 location in the world for film production. Here are some current open projects.

June 23, 2017

'Too Fat, Too Slutty' Challenges Cultural Expectations Of Women

In the seventh century B.C., the poet Semonides of Amorgos wrote a catalog of unmanageable women . First, there are the women who resemble pigs, "resting in filth and growing fat." Other women, he writes, are yapping dogs, who won't shut up even if you knock their teeth out. And then there are the lazy horses, slutty weasels and ugly apes with no necks. The only kind of woman he praises is the bee — industrious, devoted and, most importantly, fertile. Now, 3,000 years later, everything is different, and nothing is different. In Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud, cultural critic Anne Helen Petersen has written her own catalog of unruly women: celebrities and other cultural figures who have been called too strong, too fat, too gross, too slutty, too old, too pregnant, too shrill, too queer, too loud and too naked for uncomplicated cultural acceptance. She ranges from Serena Williams (too strong) to Lena Dunham (too naked) and shows how each woman defies norms while still staying close enough
June 24, 2017

Surviving Ebola: Dr. Ian Crozier's Story

On September 9, 2014, a team of medical specialists guided Dr. Ian Crozier into the communicable disease isolation unit at Emory University Hospital. He had Ebola; in fact, he had the worst case of the disease that doctors in the United States had seen since the deadly Ebola epidemic began in Western Africa earlier that year.
June 24, 2017

'Grenfell Changes Everything': Hundreds Of Homes Evacuated Over Safety Fears

Authorities in London evacuated roughly 650 apartments in a high-rise complex overnight, citing fears that the complex bore many of the safety issues that Grenfell Tower did. Councilmembers for the London borough of Camden say it was the stark memory of the Grenfell blaze, which killed at least 79 people earlier this month, that spurred them to act. "I know it's difficult, but Grenfell changes everything," Camden Council chief Georgia Gould told reporters outside a complex of buildings known as Chalcots Estate on Friday. "I just don't believe we can take any risk with our residents' safety, and I have to put them first." Tests earlier this week on the Chalcots Estate, a cluster of high-rise apartment buildings, had revealed four of the estate's towers used exterior cladding and insulation similar to the materials used in Grenfell. "Whilst we are clear that our cladding design and insulation significantly differs to that at Grenfell Tower, the external cladding panels did not satisfy
June 24, 2017

Some U.S. States Relax Restrictions On Cladding Suspected In Grenfell Tower Fire

The type of siding or "cladding" used on the Grenfell Tower in London — and suspected in the massive fire that killed dozens of residents — is not allowed on the exterior of tall buildings across most of the U.S. But a few states and the District of Colombia have relaxed building codes in recent years and started to permit its use. The cladding installed on Grenfell Tower as part of a 2016 refurbishing project has become a focus for investigators. NPR's Frank Langfitt has confirmed that the cladding had a combustible polyethylene core rather than a more fire-resistant mineral core. At least 79 people died last week when the fire spread quickly through the 24-story public housing tower. Investigators say a refrigerator started the fire , which then spread to the cladding outside. Prime Minister Theresa May told Parliament this week that similar cladding on other buildings has been found to be combustible. Reuters reports that at least 600 buildings around England use the same type of
June 24, 2017

Jailed Philippine Senator: 'I Won't Be Silenced Or Cowed'

She has no phone, no laptop, no Internet and no air conditioning inside her cell. It's 93 degrees outside, but Leila de Lima looks remarkably composed. The Philippine senator spends much of her time reading and attending to Senate business as best she can, though she isn't allowed to vote. De Lima, a 57-year-old grandmother, was imprisoned in February on President Rodrigo Duterte's orders, after poking the bear one too many times. The charges against her, which she denies, include taking money from jailed drug dealers. The final straw for the mercurial and combative Duterte, de Lima believes, was her Senate investigation into the president's bloody war on drugs, which has left more than 7,000 dead since last summer in encounters with police and in so-called vigilante killings. "I knew he was going to be pissed off and come after me," de Lima says. "He's very, very vindictive." But, she says, "I didn't imagine it would be this severe." It's not the first time de Lima and Duterte have
June 24, 2017
Georgia at Work

Tyson Foods To Invest $59 Million, Add 100 New Jobs To Macon

Tyson has had a presence in the Macon area for some time, and it recently announced it would double down in the area.

June 22, 2017
Education Matters

Atlanta Educator Selected As Teacher Advisor For WGBH Collaboration With NASA

Teacher Advisors will help to design digital resources for nationwide STEM curricula.

June 22, 2017
Desperate for Downton

Downton Abbey Movie Is A Go

It's official! A "Downton Abbey" movie is set to be made.

June 21, 2017
Right Here

The Nanny For Your Pet

Betsy Ballard is also known as the "Pet Nanny" to her clients. How a love for animals turned into a business.

June 21, 2017
Georgia at Work

Here Are 9 Jobs In Georgia Earning $40k Or More Without A Degree

Having a degree is a good thing, but it’s not necessary to land a well-paying job in Georgia.

June 21, 2017

Education Blogs

Atlanta Educator Selected As Teacher Advisor For WGBH Collaboration With NASA

Teacher Advisors will help to design digital resources for nationwide STEM curricula.

June 22, 2017

Meet Lynn Early, Georgia's 2017 PBS Digital Innovator

A Talented and Gifted teacher in Roswell, Lynn Early is named a PBS Digital Innovator for her innovative, technology-infused teaching strategies.

June 19, 2017

Father's Day Activities And Crafts For Kids

Use this collection of Father’s Day activities to show your love and appreciation for dads and father figures!

June 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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