Skip to main content

Saturday Night Britcoms

Britcoms are back! Brew yourself a cuppa and settle in Saturday night beginning at 9 PM for your favorite classic British comedies.

Tonight on GPB HD

7:00 pm
Father Brown
8:00 pm
Rosemary And Thyme
9:00 pm
Keeping Up Appearances
9:30 pm
As Time Goes By
10:00 pm
Are You Being Served?
10:30 pm
Miranda
11:00 pm
Last Tango In Halifax

Other Channels

7:00 pmFocus On Europe
7:30 pmGlobal 3000
8:00 pmGsutv Off The Record
9:00 pmIndieatl Mixtape
9:30 pmHi Gene! Meet The Real Senator Mccarthy
10:00 pmAmerica Reframed
11:03 pmP.O.V.
7:00 pm Mexico -- One Plate At A Time With Rick Bayless
7:30 pm Barbecue University
8:00 pm Katie Brown Workshop
8:30 pm P. Allen Smith's Garden To Table
9:00 pm Bringing It Home With Laura Mcintosh
9:30 pm Katie Brown Workshop
10:00 pm P. Allen Smith's Garden To Table
10:30 pm Katie Brown Workshop
11:00 pm Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
11:30 pm Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking

GPB's Latest

Two Way Street

Exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. Saturdays at 4PM and Sundays at 11AM on GPB Radio or streaming live at GPB.org.

July 23, 2016

The Girls Of The Leesburg Stockade

In 1963, more than a dozen African American girls, aged 13-15, were held in a stockade for two months. Their crime: demonstrating for integration in Americus, Georgia.

July 23, 2016

Drama Sundays

Don't miss all-new episodes of Dancing on the Edge, The Tunnel and Inspector Lewis this Sunday, July 24 beginning at 8 PM.

July 23, 2016

Are you a PBS Nerd?

Visit the Georgia Public Broadcasting table at Regal Atlantic Station this weekend for a chance to win a #PBSNerd t-shirt! Click to learn more.

July 23, 2016

Bringing Primary Sources Into The Classroom

Differing from secondary or tertiary sources created by those interpreting or researching the past, these sources are the living and breathing evidence of the humanities.

July 23, 2016

Christopher Dickey On 'Our Man In Charleston' And His Father James Dickey

This week we revisit my conversation with journalist Christopher Dickey, author of “Our Man in Charleston: Britain’s Secret Agent in the Civil War South.”
July 23, 2016

GOP Convention: The Aftermath

Today on “Political Rewind,” we discuss the aftermath of Donald Trump’s official acceptance speech, the end to a tumultuous week in Cleveland.
July 22, 2016

Community By Community: How the Church Can Be Involved in Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter--it's become a rallying cry for a generation of young people demanding respect for black people, especially men, across the country. It's been called, by some, the "New Civil Rights Movement." Members of the Antioch A.M.E. church are now looking for ways to become involved.
July 22, 2016

FIELD NOTES: Important Journalism Lessons Learned Along the Way

1. Always have more than one story Two weeks before the internship, LaToya and I were in contact with each other. During our phone call sessions. LaToya told me to come up with at least 4 pitch stories for my non-narrative piece. At first, I wanted to connect this project with my senior seminar project, which I got full permission for from my professor. I thought “I’ll just do my story on slavery representation in public history” and that would be the end of it. However, I learned that in journalism, there are no shortcuts. It takes time to create a good story. When I presented my idea to LaToya, she thought it was an interesting topic, but it did not meet our requirements in regards to our topic of the New South. I was stuck with that phrase because I did not know how to relate my ideas to the New South. Until one day, I learned about the Antioch A.M.E. History Day where I found a potential story. However, I did not realize that my story would change. 2. Events are not stories On
July 22, 2016

FIELD NOTES: Learning the Ropes of the Business

"Congratulations you are one of the participants for the Next Generation Radio being held in Atlanta." This was the sentence I read as I sat in 100-degree weather with my daughter waiting for Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato to arrive at Atlantic Station in Atlanta. I cannot express the excitement I experienced at that point; I was going to be working with NPR and that is all I could think about. However, my excitement was short lived as my nerves set in at the realization of the magnitude of this project. I quickly worked to push my nerves aside as I set out on developing my plan of action for completing this momentous project. I began my first step into the world of creating a story for public radio, researching a topic and developing a story. I initially decided that I wanted to research the housing market here in Atlanta in hopes of creating a story focused on gentrification. As I began to do my research on this I discovered the Housing Justice League of Atlanta was in the midst of
July 22, 2016

TWIA (This Week In Augusta) Week of 07/25/16

(Wed 7/27)   Tomorrow at 10:30am, Super Awesome Story Time at Augusta’s Book Tavern goes to the dogs! Special guest Elizabeth Burgess will be reading How to be a Dog by Jo Williamson, followed by dog...

July 21, 2016

20 Great Icebreakers For The Classroom

The first day of school is quickly approaching for many of our Georgia school districts, and in an effort to help teachers and students overcome their first day jitters, we have added even more...

July 21, 2016

Year of the Quarterbacks: Davis Mills

It’s the final two minutes in the fourth quarter. We’ve reached the end of our “Year of the Quarterbacks” series where we’ve gone one-on-one with many of the top recruits in the state. But be sure to...

July 20, 2016

Bringing Primary Sources Into The Classroom

Quick. What year was the Battle of Hastings? How many justices are on the United States Supreme Court? Who is author of the Wealth of Nations? Far from trivia night, these questions should sound...

July 19, 2016

It's Raining Kittens

There are certain seasons we celebrate, the holiday season, peach season, and ski season to name a few. But kitten season is no cause for celebration. Kitten season generally begins in the spring,...

July 18, 2016

Education Blogs

20 Great Icebreakers For The Classroom

The first day of school is quickly approaching for many of our Georgia school districts, and in an effort to help teachers and students overcome...

July 21, 2016

Bringing Primary Sources Into The Classroom

Quick. What year was the Battle of Hastings? How many justices are on the United States Supreme Court? Who is author of the Wealth of Nations? Far...

July 19, 2016

GPB Takes Kids On A Virtual Experience To UGA

We are happy to announce that the University of Georgia (UGA) virtual field trip has launched! Students across the state of Georgia can now tour...

July 13, 2016

Education Spotlight

Fast Forward

FAST FORWARD is an original GPB series that presents Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) concepts in a fun, entertaining and informative way by demonstrating how employees in...

Learn More >>

Browse by Section

  • News

    Your local and national news source

  • TV

    Learn more about our local and national shows

  • Sports

    Catch up on your favorite high school sports

  • Support

    Support Georgia Public Broadcasting today

  • Radio

    Listen to music, news and more

  • Education

    Learn more about our education resources

  • Blogs

    Read, discuss and connect with us

  • GPB Kids

    Play kids games