It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, next week on GPB. First up, we visit with the Peanuts gang for another holiday classic. We'll also get into the spirit with music from The Tabernacle Choir, The Kingston Trio, Vanessa Williams and others performing a classic Ella Fitzgerald Christmas album and more.
Next week, GPB will introduce your children to folk music. Because why not? We'll also take a mellow journey back in time to be transported by a truly timeless artist.
This week and next on GPB, we're getting into the holiday spirit. Join us for new music specials with old and new favorites and two new specials celebrating the best of PBS.
Next week, a classic holiday tale comes to GPB, we learn the story behind the building of Atlanta's Mercedez-Benz Stadium and we'll meet some of Santa's animal neighbors.
Next week, GPB travels in style with British royals, learns about American energy with Jonathan Scott and joins the hunt for the lost treasure of Dutch Schultz.
Next week, GPB presents the premiere of a three-part series detailing the Nazis' rise to power in 1930's Germany. We'll also go undercover to investigate surveillance and mass imprisonment in China.
Next week, Masterpiece presents a spicy new political thriller with Hugh Laurie, star of Blackadder and some show about a doctor. We’ll also learn more than we ever thought possible about monkeys and attempt to dox the captain of a “mystery ship” from the 1910s.
GPB is proud to congratulate our winners of the 2020 GABBY Awards. We took home honors recognizing The Bitter Southerner Podcast and the work of GPB Sports’ Jon Nelson during The Georgia Association of Broadcasters’ virtual ceremony presented this past Saturday, October 24.
Sisters are doing’ it for themselves next week on GPB. We’ll meet politicians, journalists, activists and others on the frontline of the fight for justice equality. We’ll also meet some heroes down under and scientists looking outside the box for solutions to climate change.
Next week, Dawn French’s loose lips sink ships in a coastal village, American Masters profiles a pioneering vaudevillian turned newsman and FRONTLINE investigates voter fraud and suppression as the 2020 election approaches.
Next week on GPB, Finding Your Roots returns with a look at some very stylish lineages, learn about the heavy price of mobility for African Americans, find out if the animals in Gorongosa National Park should be afraid, be very afraid, or just take it easy and much more.
Next week, GPB brings you two new dramas sure to add a thrill to your Sunday nights. We'll also hear about a real-life Georgia mystery from the AJC, learn about efforts to get out the Latino vote this November and follow an investigation by FRONTLINE and the AP into the broken medical supply chain.
Next week on GPB, witness the return of a MASTERPIECE OG in his original form, that of a lonely, middle-aged day drinker. We’ll also hear from the experts on voting and the opioid crisis, see the 2020 presidential candidates face off and go behind the scenes with Sharon Collins.
Next week, a beloved series about second chances returns for an all-new season, never-before-seen in the U.S., we meet a child-healer from Australia, FRONTLINE breaks down the choice we’ll make at the ballot box this year and NOVA traces the history and impact of perhaps the greatest inventions of all time.
As they say, “the show must go on,” and this year the Southeast Emmys marked the first ever virtual presentation of the program. Winners were announced Saturday evening September 12. GPB had a total of 25 nominations and seven wins this year.
Next week, we welcome a television pioneer and comedy legend to our Sunday night line-up, along with a brand new Masterpiece detective. We’ll also visit some wondrous islands and get some tips on decision making from slime, which should be very inspirational.
Next week, journey back inside Your Fantastic Mind for an all-new season of brain-bending insights, learn about the thousands of Jewish refugees who found safe harbor in Shanghai during WWII, find out if modern families have what it takes to survive in 1900s Britain and much more.
GPB and the Emory Brain Health Center need your help as we take an in-depth look at the human toll of opioid addiction in Georgia on a special presentation of Your Fantastic Mind on September 28.
Perhaps, not exactly “new,” but definitely noteworthy. Next week, we’ll journey back 2000 years with FRONTLINE to discover the origins of Christianity and meet the the first Christians. We’ll also take a look at the life of a beloved children’s television host who inspired kids of all ages to explore the world with kindness and imagination.
Next week, see the GOP on GPB as we present the PBS NewsHour’s live coverage of the Republican National Convention. We’ll also hear the dramatic story behind the deciding vote to ratify the 19th Amendment.