Current Affairs

A Conversation with Paula Kerger
GPB opens its doors for a conversation with Paula Kerger, the Public Broadcasting Service’s (PBS) sixth president and chief executive officer.
Achieving Excellence
Achieving Excellence brings educational issues such as literacy, technology, arts education, and student achievement in Georgia to the forefront.
America at a Crossroads
This series of documentaries, hosted by journalist Robert MacNeil, explores the challenges confronting the world post 9/11.
BBC World News
BBC World News is the BBC's 24-hour news and information channel, broadcast in English in more than 200 countries and territories across the globe.
Bad News in News
Newspapers across the nation are going belly-up and Georgia papers aren’t immune. We dig into the financial crisis plaguing the print news business.
Bill Moyers Journal
In this weekly public affairs series, Bill Moyers covers a wide range of subjects, including politics, arts and culture, and issues facing democracy.
Blueprint America
This multi-platform initiative examines infrastructure issues throughout America and the world.
CEO Exchange
Moderated by Jeff Greenfield, CNN senior analyst, this program profiles an impressive list of respected CEOs from Fortune 500 companies.
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, and scientists in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.
Coming Home: Military Families Cope with Change
This special tells the stories of service members returning home with injuries and explores the heroic struggles their families face.
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
On Consuelo Mack WealthTrack: re-thinking your investment strategy in a global recession.
Enterprising Entrepreneurs
This series explores the world of business creators, who dare to turn their dreams into a thriving enterprise.
Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times
Real-life families and the story of a Muppet family coping with the ups and downs of these uncertain economic times.
Foreign Exchange
Foreign Exchange, hosted by Daljit Dhaliwal, probes the global questions of the moment from a profound and informed perspective.
Fresh Air Weekend
Fresh Air, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs.
Each week Frontline offers incisive documentaries covering the scope and complexity of the human experience.
This series presents timely, compelling and engaging investigative documentaries that explore the stories and issues of the times.
Georgia Weekly
On Georgia Weekly, host Susan Hoffman will explore issues and ideas that are important to Georgians.
Georgia's Business
Georgia's Business is different. It's an in-depth study of leading CEO's and business leaders.
Global Watch
Global Watch anchor Daljit Dhaliwal introduces this PBS special program exploring issues of interest around the world.
Instant Iraq
Instant Iraq is about how the communications revolution is changing how military families stay connected.
Islam vs. Islamists
Islam vs. Islamists, was rejected for national broadcast by PBS due to production and content concerns.
King of Calls
Gives viewers an insider's look at the other side of American business outsourcing.
Latinos '08
Latinos '08 examines the 2008 election through the prism of ethnic politics.
Legacy: Being Black In America
In January 2007, a special tribute dinner was held in Washington, DC, to honor the Civil Rights generation.
Main Street America
Main Street America explores the different options for revitalizing and renovating downtowns, and asks the tough questions.
Manhood and Violence: Fatal Peril
MANHOOD & VIOLENCE: FATAL PERIL, profiles a group of violent men who participated in manalive and RSVP.
Marketplace Presents: The Climate Race
As the scientific questions over climate change settle, the fight over the globe's economic transformation is only just beginning.
Money Crunch
With the state budget over $2 billion short the team here at Georgia Gazette will begin a new feature we're calling The Money Crunch.
Mortgage Crisis
Consumer advocate Clark Howard and other top experts give advice to those who need help with their mortgages.
Now pursues the stories overlooked by other public affairs broadcasts and travels the nation.
National Memorial Day Concert (2008)
PBS will unite our nation in honor of all of America’s men and women in uniform for their service and sacrifice with this annual presentation.
News and Notes
From newsmakers to performers, health to finance, News & Notes explores fascinating issues and people from an African American perspective.
Nightly Business Report
This award-winning series combines business and economic news and extensive financial market coverage.
PBS Convention Coverage - A Newshour Special Report
The Newshour with Jim Lehrer, will include extended uninterrupted coverage of podium activities and speeches.
PBS NewsHour
PBS NewsHour provides in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary.
PBS Special Report on Health Care Reform
Provides a 90-minute program that examines the urgent topic of health care reform.
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.
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September's Children
Focuses on the effect of war and terrorism on children.
Tavis Smiley
Tavis Smiley's late-night television talk show is now also airing early on Friday evenings as part of PBS' public affairs programming.
Telling the Truth: The Best in Broadcast Journalism
Learn how reporters uncover injustice, outsmart a blizzard of spin and even put their lives on the line to bring the most important stories to light.
The Ascent of Money
This new special puts the current global financial crisis in the full context of financial history.
The Ethanol Maze
Tracks a corn growing season with a Nebraska farmer who hopes the push toward more biofuel production will boost corn prices.
The Georgia Meth Invasion
The Georgia Meth Invasion shares the devastating personal stories of people whose lives have been forever changed.
The Impact of War
Reporters from GPB will examine the Impact of the War in Iraq and Afghanistan on Georgia soldiers and their families.
The Power of Forgiveness
The Power of Forgiveness explores recent research into the psychological and physical effects of forgiveness.
The Road Beyond Abuse
A documentary about people who have suffered from child abuse and miraculously broken the cycle, and in doing so, changed their future.
The Ultimate Resource
The Ultimate Resource profiles individuals and families whose entrepreneurial spirits have flourished.
This Is America with Dennis Wholey
This program presents conversations, roundtable discussions, and mini documentaries with opinion leaders, newsmakers, and extraordinary Americans.
To The Contrary
A lively weekly discussion of news and national affairs with a panel of nationally known female experts.
Washington Week
Gwen Ifill and her panel of journalists will answer your questions that will air on Georgia Public Broadcasting.
Wide Angle
Each program focuses on a single subject, bringing to life international events and issues that matter to Americans.
WORLDFOCUS brings American audiences a deeper understanding of the stories shaping the world today.


Marketplace Presents: The Climate Race
As the scientific questions over climate change settle, the fight over the globe's economic transformation is only just beginning.
PBS NewsHour
PBS NewsHour provides in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary.
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.
The Capitol Steps
The popular Washington-based comedy group brought their unique brand of humor to an exclusive GPB special taped at GSU’s Rialto Center for the Arts.


AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Program
Critically acclaimed actor Idris Elba hosts AfroPoP, a series of contemporary documentaries portraying African life and popular culture.
African American Lives 2
This four-part series draws on DNA analysis, genealogical research and family oral tradition to trace the lineages of the participants back to Africa.
America Beyond the Color Line with Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. travels the length and breadth of the United States to take the temperature of black America at the start of the new century.
Andrew Young Presents
Balancing Your Life
Susman covers a broad range of topics as guests share their challenges, personal experiences and successes in navigating today’s demanding society.
Beyond Theology: What Would Jesus Do?
Popularized by Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's book In His Steps — remains as relevant to American culture today as when it was first published.
Bill Cosby: The Mark Twain Prize
Entertainer Bill Cosby, winner of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, is honored and roasted by his peers at a ceremony at the Kennedy Center.
China from the Inside
This series of documentaries explore China through Chinese eyes to see how their history has shaped them — and where their present is taking them.
Depression: Out of the Shadows
This program tells the dramatic stories of people who live with various forms of clinical depression — and explores its causes and treatments.
Discounted Dreams: High Hopes and Harsh Realities at America's Community Colleges
Important as community colleges are, they are also seriously flawed.
In Search of Myths and Heroes
Wood embarks on a set of "on the ground" adventures in search of the world's most famous myths.
JAPANLAND is a journey into the soul of Japan.
Jewish Americans
On the Lower East Side, Jewishness permeated the very texture of everyday life.
La Plaza
The series has used many forms to explore Latino life.
Latin View
Designed to serve as an intellectual and inclusive resource to civic-minded Latinos.
Lessons for Life
LESSONS FOR LIFE follows the poignant and enlightening journey of a group of high school teachers, lawmakers and dignitaries
Living Courageously: The Spirit of Women
LIVING COURAGEOUSLY: THE SPIRIT OF WOMEN celebrates the courage of women in times of crisis.
Marketplace Presents: The Climate Race
As the scientific questions over climate change settle, the fight over the globe's economic transformation is only just beginning.
National Memorial Day Concert (2009)
During Memorial Day weekend, PBS will unite the nation with an evening that has become an American tradition.
Neighborhood at the Crossroads
Neighborhood at the Crossroads is the story of one Midwest community's transformation from an urban wasteland to a paragon of urban renewal.
Our Food, Our Future
Documents the communities and individuals who are tackling the problems of hunger, poor nutrition and inadequate food distribution systems.
PBS NewsHour
PBS NewsHour provides in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary.
Pure Magic: The Mother Daughter Bond
Pure Magic: The Mother Daughter Bond explores the relationship between mothers and daughters.
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news.
Retirement Revolution
Paula Zahn hosts this new and timely series about retirement, exploring the financial challenges facing America.
Secrets of Shangri-la
Explorers climbs for the first time into the legendary Kingdom of Mustang, a remote part of the Himalayas previously off-limits to outsiders.
Shipping Out: The Story of America's Seafaring Women
This program celebrates the modern-day women who work in commercial shipping.
StoryCorps Savannah
GPB and WSVH recently hosted Americas most dynamic oral history program in Savannah, Georgia.
The History of the Devil
The History of the Devil looks at how our concept of evil, as symbolized by the Devil, has evolved.
The Hope Givers
Follows "voluntourists" from the Indiana-based Ambassadors for Children to Morocco on their extraordinary mission of mercy.
The Linguists
This special chronicles the race of two scientists — David Harrison and Greg Anderson — to document languages on the verge of extinction.
The Mormons
A co-production that provides a searching portrait of this fascinating but often misunderstood religion.
The Teachings of Jon
THE TEACHINGS OF JON is an insightful and humorous documentary by Jennifer Owensby about her brother Jon.
Three Faiths, One God: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
THREE FAITHS, ONE GOD: JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, ISLAM thoughtfully examines the religious beliefs and practices shared by Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Today's Families: The Wonder of Toddlers
Examines the first few years of life through the experiences of a diverse group of families.
Walking the Bible
Part adventure, part archaeological detective work and part spiritual exploration.
Where Do the Children Play?
Suburban development across America are impacting children's mental and physical health and development.
You're Not Alone
You're Not Alone follows a multicultural group of families facing the relentless challenges of raising special needs children.