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Announcing a New

It’s been more than a year in the making, and the time has finally come. GPB is proud to announce the launch of the new and websites. On Tuesday, March 1, GPB Digital will...

February 29, 2016

The Breakroom | What's Filming in Georgia | Georgia Playlist

We get a look at what's filming in the Peach State, and what movies "made in Georgia" turned out to be critical flops. Plus, our Breakroom is back to ponder Kobe Bryant's poetic skills and the return...

December 4, 2015

School Diversity | Predicting Mass Shooters | Police Misconduct

Are white parents choosing to keep their children out of majority-black schools? We discuss with AJC education blogger Maureen Downey and teacher Abby Norman. And we discuss the idea of a mass...

December 3, 2015

Housing the Homeless | No Kill Shelter | The Wiz Live

Atlanta is hoping to house all homeless veterans in the city by the end of the year, but can a solution on how to curb chronic homelessness be found in Utah? Plus, how one Atlanta animal shelter...

December 2, 2015

Albany State Merger | Modern Southern Women | PrEP

Albany State University announced it would merge with a predominantly white college and deactivate several degree programs because of low enrollment numbers. Host Celeste Headlee talks about the...

December 1, 2015

What Comes After Tindall Heights? | MythBusters | The Breakroom

One of Georgia’s oldest housing projects is about to be demolished, and residents find themselves on the search for a new home. GPB's Grant Blankenship takes us to Tindall Heights and follows the...

November 13, 2015

Marijuana Industry Diversity | Wherever There Is Light | GA Poverty Decline?

Should the state committee investigating the regulation of cannabis be more racially diverse? Host Celeste Headlee talks to the chair of that commission and the head of the Georgia Legislative Black...

November 12, 2015

Slavery's Trail of Tears | Hub City Mayors | Hart of America

Host Celeste Headlee speaks with Edward Ball, author of “Slaves In the Family,” about a 1 million man march that has been largely forgotten in history. Then, the mayors of Augusta, Columbus and Macon...

November 2, 2015

Show Me the Taxpayers’ Money | Haunted House | The Breakroom

Georgians pay fees and fines that are supposed to go towards programs like youth driver education and environmental clean-up. Instead, a lot of that money is going to a general fund. Why? We talk to...

October 30, 2015