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Let GPB Help You Get Inspired During Culinary Arts Month

July is National Culinary Arts Month, so get inspired and get in the kitchen with some of the experts exploring the world of food on GPB Passport.

by Kirk Cooper | July 12, 2018

GPB Radio Honored by Georgia Associated Press Media Editors and Public Radio News Directors Incorporated

Wins from the Georgia Associated Press Media Editors include the prestigious Pacemaker Award, the top honor for radio for GPB Atlanta 88.5 FM.

by Mandy Wilson | June 26, 2018

Fats Domino, B.B. King and Other Artists to Remember This Month

In celebration of African American Music Month, check out some of the fascinating music documentaries available on GPB Passport.

by Kirk Cooper | June 21, 2018

Christina Kelly’s “Good Karma” Is A Serenade To Savannah

When first-time published author Christina Kelly took the podium for her reading at this year’s Savannah Book Festival, the room felt less like a recreational space in a church and more like Kelly’s living room.

by Rachel Buchman | June 15, 2018

The End Of An Era: We Preview "Endeavour" And "The Tunnel: Vengeance”

As two "Masterpiece" series favorites return for the summer 2018 season, it feels like the return of old friends.

by Rachel Buchman | June 11, 2018

Author Elise Hooper Shares Why "Little Women" Deserves To Be Part Of The Great American Read

On Sunday evening, viewers departed Concord, Massachusetts with Marmee as Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy face, for the first time, a future where they must raise themselves in the new Masterpiece and BBC adaptation of "Little...

by Rachel Buchman | May 16, 2018

Your Royal Wedding Invitation Has Arrived: We Break Down “Royal Wedding Watch” And Share How You Can Tune In

This Saturday, one televised event will unite the world as millions will turn their attention to Great Britain.

by Rachel Buchman | May 16, 2018

"Little Women" Is Almost Here And One Author Can't Wait: We Interview Elise Hooper

The quintessential American story of sisterhood is back in conversation, and on PBS, in a big way this year.

by Rachel Buchman | May 11, 2018

Examine The Power of Art and Human Creativity Across Cultures With Civilizations, Premiering Tuesday, April 17

What drives us to create? The new nine-part series Civilizations, premiering Tuesday, April 17, examines the idea that the human urge comes from wanting to make something with an eternal quality that is more lasting...

by Mandy Wilson | April 16, 2018

Couture And Celebrating Young Talent Come Together In Fine Art & Fashion

Held at Lenox Square’s Neiman Marcus, the event drew a diverse, stylish crowd, including several members of the GPB community.

by Rachel Buchman | April 3, 2018

"Upstart Crow" and "The IT Crowd" Make Their GPB Debuts

GPB will be adding two new britcoms to the line-up beginning Saturday, March 31st.

by Kirk Cooper | March 29, 2018

And Then There Was A New Adaptation Of A Christie Classic

A dark and stormy night, a cup of tea, and six degrees of separation of British actors. All three fit well with the new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s "And Then There Were None".

by Rachel Buchman | March 23, 2018

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