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Catch Up on The Durrells in Corfu with GPB Passport

Season 3 of The Durrells in Corfu premieres on September 30th. Until then, you can watch (or rewatch) the first 2 seasons with GPB Passport. The series follows an intrepid widow who decamps from dreary England to a Greek island with her four children. You can watch this, along with hundreds of hours of your favorite Masterpiece programs and much more streaming on-demand with GPB Passport.

September 18, 2018

Today on 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

September 18, 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.

September 18, 2018

Football Fridays In Georgia Podcast

GPB Sports' Jon Nelson and Tommy Palmer discuss what's up for the week ahead. Listen to new episodes every Monday.

September 18, 2018

Free Preview Screening - The Mayo Clinic

Ken Burns presents a look at how one institution has met the changing demands of healthcare for 150 years. Click here to RSVP.

September 18, 2018

Supreme Court Orders Disclosure for Dark Money, As New Report Unveils Some Donors

The Supreme Court has allowed a lower-court ruling to take effect, compelling disclosure of the big contributions behind explicitly political ads by nonprofit groups — what's often called dark money. The court set aside an order issued by Chief Justice John Roberts on Saturday. The social welfare group Crossroads GPS, a defendant in the lawsuit, fought to stall disclosure while it prepares to appeal. It failed in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals and then appealed to the Supreme Court. Now the disclosure requirement is expected to apply to explicitly political ads by nonprofit groups for the remaining eight weeks of the midterms campaign season. The ruling closes, at least for now, a loophole that has allowed wealthy donors to finance aggressive ads while staying anonymous. Crafted by the Federal Election Commission nearly 40 years ago, the loophole flourished after the 2010 Citizens United ruling. The decisions came in a 2016 lawsuit against Crossroads and the Federal Election
September 18, 2018

So Far, SunTrust Park And The Battery Bringing In Revenue As Expected

SunTrust Park opened in the Spring of 2017. It doesn’t yet have two full seasons of Atlanta Braves baseball, but the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday released a fiscal impact study of the stadium and surrounding areas.
September 18, 2018

Russia Blames Israel For Plane Shot Down By Syria

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September 18, 2018

New Biopic 'Blaze' Explores Life Of Texas Outlaw Songwriter

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September 18, 2018

50 Years Of Sockin' It To The P.T.A. A single mom who wears mini-skirts is the scorn of a small town. Fifty years ago this month, the song "Harper Valley P.T.A." made singer Jeannie C. Riley the first woman to hit the top spot on both the pop and country charts . More recently, the song made Rolling Stone 's list of the "100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time." Written by renowned country artist Tom T. Hall , "Harper Valley P.T.A." is a clap back to slut-shaming. The shaming comes in the form of a snarky letter from the P.T.A. to a single mom: " Well the note said, "Mrs. Johnson, you're wearing your dresses way too high / It's reported you've been drinking / And running 'round with men and goin' wild / And we don't believe you oughta be a-bringin' up your little girl this way / And it was signed by the secretary, Harper Valley P.T.A. ," Riley sings. The P.T.A.'s holier-than-thou members just couldn't hold back their judgments. Even more insulting to this mom, the letter was
September 18, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

132 And Counting For Calhoun

The region winning streak keeps growing and growing for the Yellow Jackets

September 18, 2018
Georgia at Work

Georgia Piedmont Technical College Announces Lineup For Massive Job & Career Fair

The massive all-day event has a loaded list of employers taking part. This will be a must-attend event for anyone in the area on October 5th.

September 18, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

State Rankings: A Shakeup In The Top 10s

The state rankings have a different look this week, including a new No. 1 team in Class A

September 18, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Scoreboards Lighting Up Around Georgia

The defenses are still trying to catch up to the state's top offenses

September 17, 2018
GPB Sports Blog

Football Fridays In Georgia Podcast

Listen to the Football Fridays in Georgia Podcast for the latest news

September 17, 2018

Education Blogs

New Content Added To Discovery Education’s Award-Winning Digital Services Boost Teachers’ Ability To Engage Students In STEM, Social Studies, And More

Immersive new content from Discovery Education empowers educators to create dynamic digital learning environments for all students.

September 17, 2018

13 Picture Books For Autumn

Students will fall in love with these illustrated books that celebrate the change of season.

September 12, 2018

GPB Education And Georgia Forestry Foundation Launch Georgia Forests Virtual Learning Journey

Take your students on an interactive journey through the working forests of Georgia with GPB's latest virtual field trip.

September 10, 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. 

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