A new podcast spotlights the stories of survivors of violence at Mt. Meigs, a school in Montgomery, Ala., billed as an institution for reform for troubled Black children.
On the Jan. 4 edition of Georgia Today: Sports gambling may come to Georgia; Sen. Raphael Warnock has been sworn in for a full six-year term; and a new state representative is stepping down amid his arrest.
On the Monday Jan. 2 edition of Georgia Today: Virtual OB-GYN visits, the FDA is utilizing blockchain technology, and Savannah's dark history.
On the Wednesday, Dec. 28 edition of Georgia Today: A new law will aid Georgia in improvements, we'll have new leadership in the state, and there's new documentary about a West Midtown dive bar.
On the Monday Dec. 19 edition of Georgia Today: Gun violence claims more teen lives over the weekend in Atlanta, holiday travelers should be on the lookout for human trafficking victims, and more jobs are coming to Georgia
On the Tuesday Dec. 13 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia’s Secretary of State has been subpoenaed, the deadline for open market insurance enrollment nears, and AAA says people are going to do a lot of traveling this holiday season.
On the Wednesday, Nov. 30 edition of the Georgia Today podcast: Hurricane season is over, Mercer is putting a spotlight on women's rights, a former Georgia prosecutor charged with hindering the police investigation into the killing of Ahmaud Arbery has been ordered to appear before a judge
The podcast will revisit tales from the former PBS TV series and narrate new stories about school, friendships and family. Listeners will also be able to send voice messages for Arthur to respond to.
On this episode, conspiracies and community pride collide after someone bombed the iconic Georgia Guidestones in Elberton.
Megaphone, the podcast advertising and publishing platform, experienced an expired security certificate Monday, a Spotify spokesperson said.
On this week's episode, GPB public policy reporter Riley Bunch joins to discuss major legislation approved before the close of Crossover Day at the Georgia Capitol.
More than a thousand health professionals are calling on Spotify to crack down on COVID-19 falsehoods aired on the podcast of the company's most popular host.
In an NPR interview, the former president and the iconic musician speak about spreading hope amid widespread division and about the "critical patriotism" of Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A."
GPB's Battleground: Ballot Box podcast is returning Nov. 3, 2021, to chronicle Georgia's continued role in the country's political spotlight.