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Genealogy Roadshow
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Antiques Roadshow
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11:00 pm
Canine Soldiers: The Militarization Of Love

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8:00 pm Lidia's Kitchen
8:30 pm Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen
9:00 pm Pati's Mexican Table
9:30 pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
10:00 pm This Old House
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Antiques Roadshow - Orlando

A 1946 Einstein-signed group, an Agassiz pendant watch, and Chinese bronze vase. One’s the top find! Monday, May 29 at 8 PM

May 28, 2017

RPM To Provide New Path To Graduation

Reaching Potential Through Manufacturing (RPM) will offer students the ability to make up lost ground toward a high school diploma.

May 28, 2017

Want A High-Demand Career? That Just Got Easier

If you’re in a career you don’t enjoy or don’t see yourself in down the road, these high-demand careers make a lot of sense.

May 28, 2017

Meet The Technical College System Of Georgia, The Best Place To Find A Career

The TCSG exists to educate and train the future workforce of Georgia.

May 28, 2017

Summer Learning Activities For Kids

We will offer free digital resources below and at pbsparents.org/summer to make learning fun all summer long.

May 28, 2017

Frank Deford, NPR's Longtime Philosopher Of Sports, Dies At 78

Through nearly four decades, five presidential administrations and seemingly countless Super Bowls and World Series, NPR listeners could depend on at least one thing in the ever-unpredictable world of athletics: Frank Deford. A mainstay on Morning Edition , the Hall of Fame sportswriter was public radio's scholar of sports for some 37 years before hanging up his cleats earlier this year. Deford died Sunday at the age of 78 at his home in Key West, Fla., his wife confirmed to NPR. He leaves behind an astonishing 1,656 commentaries for NPR. "The wonderful thing about delivering sports commentary on NPR was that because it has such a broad audience, I was able to reach people who otherwise had little or no interest in sport — especially as an important part of our human culture," Deford said upon his retirement earlier this year. "Nothing made me happier than to hear from literally hundreds of listeners who would tell me how much the commentaries revealed about a subject they otherwise
May 29, 2017

Doo-Wop Singer Dion Pays Homage To His Musical Influences

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May 29, 2017

On Day 3 Of Cancellation Chaos, British Airways Edges Closer To Recovery

It was a rough holiday weekend for British Airways. Beginning Saturday, an incident the airline is describing as a "major IT systems failure" brought its operations to a grinding halt in the U.K. Thousands of passengers were stranded at the country's two major hubs in London — Heathrow and Gatwick — as flights were canceled, flyers endured long lines and bags became separated from their owners. In all, CEO and Chairman Alex Cruz, who has posted several apology videos of his own this weekend, told Sky News the malfunction disrupted some 75,000 passengers' flights. "We know that there have been holidays interrupted, and personal events that have been interrupted, and people waiting in queues for a really long time," he said Monday. "We absolutely profusely apologize for that, and we absolutely are committed to provide and abide by the compensation rules that are currently in place." He told the British TV network that the airline's operations are not yet at full capacity again, but that
May 29, 2017

Baltimore Mayor Considers Removal Of Confederate Monuments

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0jQTHis3f4 Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is considering the removal of her city's Confederate monuments, as New Orleans did just days ago. "The city does want to remove these," Pugh told the Baltimore Sun . "We will take a closer look at how we go about following in the footsteps of New Orleans." Earlier this month, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu delivered a speech that drew widespread attention , explaining why he had ordered the removal of that city's confederate monuments. Among Baltimore's monuments to the Confederacy is a statue of Roger Taney, the Supreme Court chief justice who wrote the infamous Dred Scott decision that said, among other things, that African-Americans could not be citizens. The city also has statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. Pugh suggested one way to get rid of the statues, telling the Sun , "It costs about $200,000 a statute to tear them down. ... Maybe we can auction them?" The previous
May 29, 2017

Macron Opens A 'Demanding' Dialogue With Putin In France

Updated at 12:15 p.m. ET Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, had a whole lot of ground to cover Monday: Between the long-standing conflict in eastern Ukraine, the six-year-old civil war in Syria and their own countries' tattered ties, the Russian president's stop at the Palace of Versailles promised plenty of difficult topics for conversation. It's little wonder, then, that talks between the two leaders at the Palace of Versailles outside Paris ran a little longer than expected. But when the two men finally did emerge to speak with members of the media, Macron and Putin expressed optimism that their two countries could work together on the daunting list of issues. Standing in the opulent Gallery of Great Battles, a spacious ode to France's military achievements, the two men vowed close cooperation in fighting terrorism — though it was plain that differences remain in their approaches to Syria, where the two countries back opposing
May 29, 2017
Georgia at Work

Want A High-Demand Career? That Just Got Easier In Georgia

High-Demand careers in the Three Rivers area include manufacturing, logistics, and healthcare occupations.

May 26, 2017
MyGPB

Watch Your Favorite NOVA Episodes On GPB.org

NOVA explores the unknowns of the world around us and even the worlds within us.

May 25, 2017
Education Matters

RPM To Provide New Path To Graduation For Richmond County High Schoolers

Beginning this August, Richmond County high school students seeking an alternative path to completing their secondary education will have one.

May 25, 2017
Georgia at Work

Meet The Technical College System Of Georgia, The Best Place To Find A Career

The TCSG is the network of 22 colleges—with 85 campuses—located in Georgia dedicated to educating and training Georgia’s future workforce.

May 24, 2017
Community

Hidden History: Savannah's 'Antiques Roadshow' Appraiser Amanda Everard

Antiques Roadshow audiences know Amanda Everard as one of the show’s on-camera appraisers. When she’s not on tv, Georgia’s only Roadshow regular and her husband run Everard Auctions, based in...

May 24, 2017

Education Blogs

RPM To Provide New Path To Graduation For Richmond County High Schoolers

Beginning this August, Richmond County high school students seeking an alternative path to completing their secondary education will have one.

May 25, 2017

Summer Learning Activities For Kids

GPB is releasing all-new content and resources for summer to help keep kids active and encourage exploration.

May 23, 2017

One Simple Trick For Parents To Help Students At Home

As students are asked to do more in the classroom, parents feel less equipped to help at home.

May 22, 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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