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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
Pioneers of Television

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10:00 pmLive From The Rialto
11:00 pmElderly Instruments: All Things Strings
7:09 pm Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
7:43 pm Sewing with Nancy
8:17 pm Sewing with Nancy
8:56 pm It's Sew Easy
9:31 pm Quilting Arts
10:06 pm Quilting Arts
10:41 pm Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
11:15 pm It's Sew Easy

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Introducing GPB Passport

GPB Passport is the new member benefit that provides you with extended access to an on-demand library of quality local and national public television programming, including tens of thousands of hours of your favorite programs.

September 24, 2016

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.

September 24, 2016

Poldark Season 2 Premiere

In the Season 2 premiere, George plots against Ross, who fights all attempts to save him and Demelza tries to influence a hanging judge. Sunday, September 25 at 8 PM

September 24, 2016

Who's Your MASTERPIECE Leading Man?

MASTERPIECE is flush with men whose accents, codes of honor and cheekbones make them swoon-worthy. Take this quiz to find out which is your leading man!

September 24, 2016

On The Campaign Trail Is Back

We’re back with the eighth episode of On the Campaign Trail with Bill Nigut, and it’s sure to catch you and your students up on the 2016 presidential race.

September 24, 2016

Blues Guitarist Tinsley Ellis On His Atlanta Roots And New Album; Edward Albee Remembered

On this edition of “Two Way Street” we talk to the great Atlanta-based blues guitarist Tinsley Ellis. Creative Loafing just named him blues artist of the year, and some time back, Rolling Stone magazine said of his hard-driving guitar style that his “eloquence dazzles…he achieves pyrotechnics that rival the early Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton.” High praise, indeed!
September 24, 2016

What Do Clinton And Trump Hope To Achieve In First Debate?

Today on “Political Rewind,” we prepare for the much-anticipated presidential debate this coming Monday. We discuss how candidates are preparing and what they hope to achieve in the first debate. Can Hillary Clinton steer away from policy and use this time to relate to viewers? Will Donald Trump play the role of disrupter or will he present himself as presidential?
September 23, 2016

The Breakroom: False Balance, Creepy Clowns, Racial Bias In Court

The Breakroom gang joins host Celeste Headlee to weigh in on the week's news. The panel includes writer Nicki Salcedo of Decaturish.com, music blogger Jordan Stepp, Georgia State University professor Hector Fernandez, and Jeff Breedlove, who is the communications director for DeKalb County commissioner Nancy Jester. BREAKROOM TOPICS: 1) The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is Monday. Lots of people will be watching for false balance in the debate. It’s the practice of journalists who, in their push for fairness, present each side of a debate as equally credible. As we look at this election season, do you see false balance as a problem? 2) More NFL players are following Colin Kaepernick’s lead by not standing during the national anthem. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback began the practice in protest over police brutality against blacks. Some members of the Miami Dolphins have followed suit, but the sheriff's union in Broward County isn’t happy about
September 23, 2016

On Second Thought For Friday, September 23, 2016

Brigadier General Robert Lee Scott was a boy from Waynesboro, Georgia who went on to become a World War II hero. He was an American fighter pilot who flew in the Himalayas, one of the most dangerous routes possible at the time. Scott became a household name by writing about his experiences in the book “God is My Copilot” and played a key role in the opening of the Museum of Aviation near Robins Air Force Base. But he was also a flawed person, according to biographer Robert Coram. His new book is called “Double Ace: The Life of Robert Lee Scott Jr., Pilot, Hero, and Teller of Tall Tales.” We talk with Coram about the man behind the myths and his enduring influence on Georgia aviation. Then, the Breakroom comes together to talk about the week’s news, including how the media is covering the presidential race, a Florida police union saying some NFL athletes shouldn't be given a security detail, and mysterious clowns creeping Georgians out.
September 23, 2016

One on one with Ryan Huff, Cedar Shoals

The Classic City rivalry between Cedar Shoals High School and Clarke Central High School has always been the talk of the town. For this one week out of the entire year, friends and family members on...

September 23, 2016

50th Edition of Classic City Championship Friday on GPB

Friday night will mark the 50th all-time meeting between the Clarke Central Gladiators and the Cedar Shoals Jaguars. It will also be the first time this battle of Athens’ eastside vs westside has...

September 22, 2016

Football Fridays in Georgia Podcast: Week 6 (Or is it week 7?)

It's another round of Jon and Jackie talking high school football... First is a recap of the Norcross-Archer game from last week, where we hear from NHS head coach Keith Maloof and QB Baron Radcliff...

September 22, 2016

The 50th Classic City Classic

The GPB Sports team and Football Fridays in Georgia rolls into Athens, Georgia, this week for a huge rivalry game between the Clarke Central Gladiators and the Jaguars of Cedar Shoals. Clarke...

September 21, 2016

On The Campaign Trail Is Back With Conventions and Candidates

We’re back with the eighth episode of On the Campaign Trail with Bill Nigut, and it’s sure to catch you and your students up on everything that has happened in the 2016 presidential race since the...

September 21, 2016

Education Blogs

On The Campaign Trail Is Back With Conventions and Candidates

We’re back with the eighth episode of On the Campaign Trail with Bill Nigut, and it’s sure to catch you and your students up on...

September 21, 2016

GPB Encourages Educators To TEACH BOLDLY This School Year

This fall, PBS Education is kicking off a new school year with the launch of TEACH BOLDLY, a year-long celebration to honor educators across the...

September 19, 2016

A Great PBS LearningMedia App For Students

A companion to the PBS Students site, PBS LearningMedia supports an amazing app for students. Free iOS, it offers help for homework and also allows...

September 16, 2016

Education Spotlight

Chemistry Matters

Chemistry Matters provides a thorough summary of the concepts of chemistry, grounded in the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) for science. It is designed to help students who struggle...

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