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Next week, we’ll tour the Emerald Isle on musical journeys with two GPB favorites, explore the history of the blues with a guitar legend and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!
Presented and written by Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., this six-hour series chronicles the full sweep of African American history, from the origins of slavery on the African continent through more than four centuries of remarkable historic events up to the present.
Celtic songs and performances that launched Celtic Thunder into the hearts of viewers across the U.S. You’ll also have an opportunity to see Celtic Thunder live at Atlanta Symphony Hall on March 1, 2022.
Guitar hero Joe Bonamassa celebrates the music of blues legends Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf and performs a set of songs from his own extensive catalog. And GPB has your seats to Joe’s February 28, 2022 concert at the Bell Auditorium in Augusta.
Follow the lives and loves of four members of the Women's Land Army in this BBC drama set during World War II. As men fought on the battlefields, women did their part to keep Britain’s home front running. The entire first season is available now when you show your support for GPB.
Join the Grammy-nominated ensemble on a musical journey through stunning land and seascapes around Ireland. Shot in 14 locations on the island, the new special is filled with songs from their latest album, including “The Dawning of the Day.” Don’t miss your chance to see Celtic Woman live at the Fox Theatre on March 15, 2022.
Enjoy a star-studded concert with celebrated 16-time GRAMMY Award winner David Foster as he explores the music of his career with guest artists Loren Allred, Pia Toscano, Fernando Varela, Sheléa, Katharine McPhee and more. Find out how you can see David Foster live at Atlanta Symphony Hall on December 19. Tickets are going fast!

When residents in one of Georgia’s smallest and poorest counties learned about plans for a 500-acre quarry near the Ogeechee River, they rallied together with their neighbors to fight back. Host Steve Fennessy talks to science writer Krishna Sharma about their battle on this week's Georgia Today podcast.

GPB Sports' Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson are joined by Calhoun's Clay Stephenson and Mike Chastain from Jones County to discuss their big wins in the second round of the Class AAAAA playoffs. They also talk a little Turkey about their favorite Thanksgiving traditions. Listen here.
NPR's Books We Love, formerly the Book Concierge, has a new name and 360+ new titles hand-picked by NPR staff and trusted critics. Find nine years of Concierge recommendations all in one place - that's more than 2,800 great reads.
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Binge-watch all 24 episodes of this British crime drama beginning November 27. When a young boy is murdered in the small town of Broadchurch, members of the community are drawn, one by one, into the police investigation in the full glare of the media spotlight.

Royal Flying Doctor Service
This gripping drama series follows the modern-day heroes of the Royal Flying Doctor Service as they navigate private lives as turbulent and profound as the heart-stopping emergencies they attend to across the Australian outback.

Land Girls
Follow the lives and loves of members of the Women's Land Army during World War II. As men fought on the battlefields, women from all walks of life worked the farms that fed the nation, doing their part to keep the home front running. All episodes available for streaming starting on November 27th. 

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Join actors Nicholas Ralph, Samuel West, Rachel Shenton, Anna Madeley and Callum Woodhouse, executive producers Colin Callender and Susanne Simpson and writer and executive producer Ben Vanstone as they go behind the scenes of the new season and answer questions from the audience. Click here to reserve your spaces before they open to the public!
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