On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
This chronicle of the Carpenters' career features insights from Richard Carpenter and others, home movies, concert performances, studio recording sessions and archival TV appearances. Wednesday, August 24 at 8:30 PM.
High School Football is Back, and so is Football Fridays on GPB!
The long wait is finally over. Yes, I went to some spring practices. Sure I checked out some 7 on 7 action this summer. Of course I... MORE
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Our certified athletic trainer teaches us why it’s better to ice some injuries and heat others, for the fastest recovery possible.
We learn about different healthcare-related jobs, titles, and requirements: Lab Tech, Med Tech, CNA, and more.
We explain the difference between laser light and other light beams, and how lasers are used to find the best (and worst) berries!
A scientist at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation explains the formal definition of "latent print." (that's "finger print" to you and me)
Once you know how planes fly, you’ll want to know how fast they go. Here you'll find explanations of the terms Mach and Supersonic.
Maintaining a Natural Sea Environment: We learn how the nitrogen cycle works under water to help employees maintain a natural sea environment, including the impact of temperature, pH and the...
We explore the differences between Mono-cultural and Poly-cultural farming.
Definition and description of mutation and antibiotic resistance.
We get a little background on Sir Isaac Newton, along with a detailed look at his First Law of Motion.
A detailed look at Newton's Second Law of Motion, which states that a force acting on a body is equal to the acceleration of that body times its mass.
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