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The Royal Collection on GPB Passport

Now on GPB Passport, view a special collection of dramas and documentaries celebrating the lives, loves and legacies of the British Royal Family. In addition to the latest episodes of Victoria on Masterpiece, you can join historian Lucy Worsley on tours of royal bedchambers and wardrobes, be a guest at the wedding of Victoria and Albert, and see how the rebel Princess Margaret reflected the changing times. Watch the Royal Collection and much more on GPB Passport.

January 22, 2019

GPB Politics

Follow GPB's comprehensive coverage of the Georgia General Assembly and the latest in Georgia politics.

January 22, 2019

On Second Thought

Join us every weekday for timely conversations about all topics relating to Georgia. Listen today at 9 am or streaming live at GPB.org.

January 22, 2019

Free Resources To Bring Football's Big Game To Your Classroom

From designing safer football helmets to a live virtual field trip, these resources will score big with your students!

January 22, 2019

The Real 'Green Book' Revealed Inequality For Black Motorists

Columnist Cynthia Tucker joined "On Second Thought" to discuss the realities of the open road during Jim Crow.

January 22, 2019

From Cover-Ups To Secret Plots: The Murky History Of Supreme Justices' Health

For the first time in her 25-year career on the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was not on the bench to start the new year. After the 85-year-old justice was operated on for lung cancer, she decided to work from home rather than return to the court two weeks after surgery. She's expected to make a full recovery and be back at the court soon. A fair amount is known about Ginsburg's cancers and surgery, but the history of Supreme Court justices and their health is murkier. That's, in part, because the justices — to this day — prefer to keep these matters to themselves as much as possible. But also justices didn't used to be as public facing as they are today, what with writing books and doing interviews, let alone appearing in Oscar-nominated documentaries or having feature films based on their lives. Justices like their privacy, too Ginsburg has been more transparent than most, revealing the basic details of each of her three bouts with cancer — in 1999, 2009 and now — and
January 23, 2019

Killings Of Guatemala's Indigenous Activists Raise Specter Of Human Rights Crisis

For three days last week, thousands of Guatemalans blocked roads and major highways to protest the Central American country's slide toward a constitutional crisis. The protest organizers included groups that have long demanded justice: indigenous communities and campesinos , as rural and farm workers are called. Indigenous citizens, many dressed in colorful traditional clothing, came out partly to protest the Guatemalan president's recent expulsion of a United Nations-backed commission investigating corruption in the country. Since 2007, the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala, known by its Spanish initials CICIG and funded by the U.N., the United States and the European Union, has worked with Guatemalan justice agencies to target corrupt officials. In the highly unequal society that is Guatemala, many Maya believe any strengthening of the justice system will protect indigenous rights granted under the country's constitution and peace accords. The country's
January 22, 2019

FBI Agents Association Says Without Funding Important Investigations Are Stalled

Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: The partial government shutdown is now in its fifth week. And if nothing changes come Friday, hundreds of thousands of federal workers will miss another paycheck. Among those federal workers, FBI agents. The FBI Agents Association says without funding, that important counterterrorism, drug and child abuse investigations are stalled. Thomas O'Connor is president of the association, which advocates for more than 14,000 former and active FBI special agents. And he joins me now. Mr. O'Connor, welcome to ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. THOMAS O'CONNOR: Thank you for having me. KELLY: So point me towards an example. When you say that investigations, operations that should be unfolding, aren't, give me one example. O'CONNOR: Well, we reached out to our field agents and asked them to give us examples. And I'll read you just one of the many. It's, quote, "not being able to pay confidential human sources risks losing them and the information
January 22, 2019

Iranian Women Are Still Trying To Make Their Voices Heard In #MeToo Movement

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: The partial government shutdown is now in its fifth week. And if nothing changes come Friday, hundreds of thousands of federal workers will miss another paycheck. Among those federal workers, FBI agents. The FBI Agents Association says without funding, that important counterterrorism, drug and child abuse investigations are stalled. Thomas O'Connor is president of the association, which advocates for more than 14,000 former and active FBI special agents. And he joins me now. Mr. O'Connor, welcome to ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. THOMAS O'CONNOR: Thank you for having me. KELLY: So point me towards an example. When you say that investigations, operations that should be unfolding, aren't, give me one example. O'CONNOR: Well, we reached out to our field agents and asked them to give us examples. And I'll read you just one of the many. It's, quote, "not being able to pay confidential human sources risks losing them and the information they provide forever. It is not a
January 22, 2019

Period Politics: Georgia Lawmakers Consider Tossing 'Tampon Tax'

If you live in 35 of the 50 United States , being a woman could cost you. That's because in Georgia and most other states, tampons and other menstrual products are not exempt from the sales tax, while some other medical products are. That tax adds up to about $10 million annually, according to calculations by the advocacy group, Georgia Women. A bill making its way through Georgia's legislature could change that. The same legislation failed to pass committee last year, but, if passed this year by lawmakers and Gov. Brian Kemp, would make Georgia the 11th state to toss out the so-called "tampon tax."
January 22, 2019
Education Matters

Free Resources To Bring Football's Big Game To Your Classroom

From designing safer football helmets to attending a live virtual field trip, these resources will score big with your students!

January 22, 2019
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What's New Next Week? January 18, 2019

Next week, GPB premieres a documentary that sheds light on a little-known chapter of African American history.

January 18, 2019
Education Matters

New Music Education Series SOUND FIELD From PBS Digital Studios Breaks Down the History And Culture Behind Our Most Beloved Tunes

From Ariana Grande’s catchy pop ballads to James Brown’s heavy funk, SOUND FIELD takes viewers through the music theory of why we love the songs that we do.

January 16, 2019
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What's New Next Week? January 11, 2019

Next week, Victoria reigns supreme as the Masterpiece favorite returns for a third season.

January 11, 2019
Education Matters

Meet Our PBS KIDS Early Learning Champion Andrea "Miss Ladybug” Zoppo

PBS KIDS Early Learning Champion teaches students nature-based education in Forest Park.

January 10, 2019

Education Blogs

Free Resources To Bring Football's Big Game To Your Classroom

From designing safer football helmets to attending a live virtual field trip, these resources will score big with your students!

January 22, 2019

New Music Education Series SOUND FIELD From PBS Digital Studios Breaks Down the History And Culture Behind Our Most Beloved Tunes

From Ariana Grande’s catchy pop ballads to James Brown’s heavy funk, SOUND FIELD takes viewers through the music theory of why we love the songs that we do.

January 16, 2019

Meet Our PBS KIDS Early Learning Champion Andrea "Miss Ladybug” Zoppo

PBS KIDS Early Learning Champion teaches students nature-based education in Forest Park.

January 10, 2019

Education Spotlight

Physics In Motion

Physics in Motion is a new digital series for high school physics from Georgia Public Broadcasting. The series encourages inquiry-based learning, problem-solving, and critical thinking through...

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