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, 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.
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.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Next week, we’ll find out how the British Royal Family has used them to say what they couldn’t and how photographs have been used against them. We’ll also hear the Democratic Party's vision for the future and remember some dancing queens (and kings) from Ireland and Sweden.
Next week, Oxford enters the 70s and a Masterpiece favorite returns for a brand-new season. We’ll go inside a Mumbai home with a young filmmaker and three generations of her family and see how the COVID crisis has affected one immigrant family.
Next week, we take a look inside modern American families, meet the larger-than-life owner of an underground salon in Brussels and look back at the many challenges faced by George H.W. Bush’s foreign policy team.