|A Georgia Trust|
This GPB special follows the work of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation in honor of its 25th anniversary (1998).
|A Tribute to Georgia's Heroes |
The State of Georgia hosts this annual Memorial Day Service to pay tribute to and honor all of Georgia’s fallen service members.
|All The Governor's Men|
The “Three Governors” controversy comes to life, featuring actual recordings of the protagonists balanced with re-created scenes and period music.
|American History Through Southern Eyes|
This documentary series examines our nation’s past from a uniquely Southern perspective.
|Andrew Low: A Savannah Story|
Andrew Low: A Savannah Story takes us back to another time, where we meet the people who inhabited the fabled house on Savannah’s Lafayette Square.
|As If We Were Ghosts|
As If We Were Ghosts features rare archival material of African-American athletes, schools and everyday life during segregation in the South.
|Augusta's Master Plan|
How did it come to pass that one of the world's best known sporting events, The Masters, came to reside in Augusta, Georgia?
This program follows photographers Joe and Monica Cook’s canoe voyage down the Chattahoochee River.
|Chattahoochee: From Water War to Water Vision|
This documentary will educate viewers on the complex issues that face us when it comes to one of our most precious natural resources: water.
|Civil War Treasures|
This program was filmed as part of The Civil War: America’s Long Struggle event hosted by the National Archives at Atlanta in the spring of 2011.
Conversations is GPB’s quarterly in-depth interview series, profiling prominent Georgians from all walks of life.
|Dixie Divas in the Kitchen|
This is a pilot episode of a new cooking show based on heritage recipes and the stories behind them, from everyday cooks from all across Georgia.
This series explores the world of business creators, who dare to turn their dreams into a thriving enterprise.
|Gardening in Georgia|
Bringing together gardeners, experts and garden showplaces across Georgia, Walter Reeves shows how you can truly enjoy your gardening experience.
|Georgia Aquarium: Keepers of the Deep|
This program brings viewers up close and personal with creatures at the world's largest aquarium, the Georgia Aquarium.
Georgia Cooks connects Georgians with their roots – Georgia Grown® food sources and products, featured in homespun Southern recipes.
|Georgia On My Mind|
From Savannah's riverfront to the Appalachian Trail, Leroy Powell tours the state in Georgia On My Mind, a picture-postcard of the Peach State.
An amazing view of all that Georgia’s natural environment has to offer.
|Georgia Outdoors Classic|
An amazing view of all that Georgia’s natural environment has to offer.
|Georgia Quilts: Stitches And Stories|
GPB presents a celebration of quilting in Georgia Quilts: Stitches And Stories.
From Rabun Gap to the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia’s natural wonders are celebrated in this innovative program.
This season of Georgia Traveler is the most exciting yet! From mountains to the coast, we capture the luxuries, wonders and hidden destinations of Georgia.
GPB pays tribute to America's military heroes with the new PBS special American Valor.
On Georgia Weekly, host Susan Hoffman will explore issues and ideas that are important to Georgians.
|Georgia's Backroads and More Georgia Backroads|
Georgia's Backroads promise an adventure around every curve, as you'll see in these quirky programs hosted by singer/song-writer, Larry Jon Wilson.
Georgia's Business is different. It's an in-depth study of leading CEO's and business leaders.
|Georgia's Civil War|
Historians, first person accounts and descendants of Civil War-era Georgians weave the tale of the first three years of the South's rebellion.
|Georgia's Historic Inns|
Visit Georgia's Historic Inns, a tour of bed and breakfasts throughout the state.
|Historic Houses of Georgia: The Antebellum Years|
Journey back in time as Georgia Public Broadcasting takes you through the architectural wonders of our state.
|John Portman: A Life Of Building|
Once a maverick who was nearly run out of the American Institute of Architects, John Portman is now recognized as one of the most innovative and imitated architects ever.
|Lost Atlanta: The Way We Were|
Takes an affectionate look at favorite places and pastimes from the days when Atlanta was smaller.
|Main Street Georgia|
This special explores the history and introduces the people of four of Georgia's typical small towns.
|Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel|
GPB explores the life and work of the captivating and complex Margaret Mitchell, the woman behind the incredible story Gone with the Wind.
|Martin Luther King, Jr: A Capitol Remembrance|
A heartfelt keynote address for the State of Georgia’s 23rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Tribute Program.
|Michelangelo at the High|
The special takes you on an exclusive tour of rare drawings, personal sketches and studies.
|Monet at the High|
Atlanta's High Museum celebrates the acquisition of a painting by French Impressionist, Claude Monet.
|Munch at the High|
Susan Hoffman takes you on an insider's tour of an exclusive exhibition of the work of Scandinavian artist Edvard Munch.
Peachtree Street is a thread running through family histories, a path through our past.
|Prime Time Lawmakers|
Watch GPB-TV's PrimeTime Lawmakers starting Monday, January 14th at 7.
|Prime Time Politics|
Prime Time Politics provides in-depth analysis you expect from GPB. The show is a weekly journalist roundtable hosted by WSB's Scott Slade.
|Secret Seashore: Georgia's Barrier Islands|
The coast of Georgia is only 100 miles long, but it offers over 800 miles of serpentine shoreline.
|Sites to Behold: The History of Georgia's State Parks|
Sites to Behold: The History of Georgia's State Parks covers the gamut of Georgia's cultural and natural history.
|Sophisticated Ladies: Charleston and Savannah with Blythe Danner|
Explores the South of our past and of our present through two of the South's most intriguing cities.
|State of the Arts|
State of the Arts takes you on a journey into the vibrant world of art produced right here in Georgia.
Summer Hill is a compelling look at the influence of one small, tightly knit community.
swampwise This hour-long program, punctuated by Flood’s original songs, tracks the seasonal changes in the swamp.
|The Day Atlanta Stood Still|
On Sunday morning, June 3, 1962, Atlanta was stunned by the news that a plane carrying 106 of its citizens had crashed.
|The Fabulous Fox|
Built in 1929, the Fox was nearly demolished in the '70s, but was saved to become premiere entertainment center we have today.
|The Joy of Snakes|
Okefenokee Joe explains in this quirky program, snakes are more interesting than lethal. All that and more on GPB's 'The Joy of Snakes.'
|The People V. Leo Frank: A Georgia Roundtable|
This program is about the murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan of Marietta, and the subsequent trial, conviction, and lynching of Leo Frank.
|The South Takes Flight: 100 Years of Aviation in Georgia|
traces the development of aviation in Georgia from Ben Epp's first flying machine in 1907, to today's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Take a journey through Georgia's past as Georgia Public Television presents Vanishing Georgia.
|Verrocchio's David at the High|
You'll find out how Atlanta became the first city in America to see this great work of art.