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Community Conversations: Skidaway Scientist On a Mission to Measure Ocean Microplastics

At University of Georgia’s Skidaway Institute of Oceanography on Skidaway Island, scientists are studying many aspects of ocean life including microplastics, which are bits of plastic smaller than five millimeters and...

January 17, 2017

Community Conversations: Benjamin Warsaw on Piano In the Arts and His Concert with Vocalist Elissa Alvarez

You’re listening to GPB Savannah. I’m Cindy Hill. Benjamin Warsaw is the Assistant Professor of Music and artistic director of Piano in the Arts, a concert series at Armstrong State University. He’s also the featured...

January 13, 2017

Hidden History - One of Georgia's First Innovators' Creation Is Alive & Well Today

The Georgia History Festival began in September and culminates in February, the founding month of the Georgia Colony. This year, the festival is focused on the State of Innovation. “Innovation is all about starting...

January 10, 2017

Community Conversations: Gray's Reef Robotics Competition Challenges Students to Dive Into Ocean Technology

When you think about the ocean, robotics may not automatically come to mind. But Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary off the Georgia Coast is making waves with its Southeast Regional MATE ROV Competition for middle...

January 10, 2017

Coastal Conversations: PULSE Art + Technology Festival at Telfair Museums

This week the Jepson Center hosts the Pulse Art and Technology Festival. Harry Delorme, the Senior Curator of Education for Telfair Museums, joined us to share some highlights of this annual event. He says exhibits and...

January 6, 2017

Coastal Conversations: MLK Parade with a Tybee Twist

Celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Tybee Style

January 5, 2017

Hidden History: the First Contentious U.S. Election and the Georgian at the Heart of It

Georgia Historical Society, which is based in Savannah, is the keeper of stories and documents about the people and events that have shaped our state. Senior Historian Stan Deaton shares the story of the first...

January 5, 2017

Support GPB: The Kistlers

Educating young minds is a top priority at PBS and your support helps us provide family friendly programming. Shows like, Sesame Street, Wordgirl, and Odd Squad not only entertain children, but teaches them subjects...

February 18, 2016

Support GPB: Shahara's Roots

PBS has many great programs that educate, inspire and explore. By supporting GPB, we are able to provide many shows like Finding Your Rootsthat will stimulate the mind. Become a member today. Throughout Shahara’s...

February 18, 2016

Support GPB: Inspired by NOVA

NOVA is one of many educational programs we bring to you and your family. With your support GPB can continue to provide you with quality programing. A young man, whose family moved from Puerto Rico to Pennsylvania,...

February 18, 2016