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Next week, we’ll celebrate a revitalization of Native American culture, explore the science of emotion with Your Fantastic Mind and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!
Through conversations between hosts and local guides, this new four-part series gives viewers a glimpse of modern and traditional reservation life and how Native people pass on their experience and wisdom to others in a positive way.
Host Jaye Watson examines the human brain in love, grief and loss and looks at how research is being used to help people with social and emotional disorders. The episode also explores maternal mortality and PTSD among African American mothers. 
Give a big hand to this eye-catching collection of standouts from our body of work, including a Willie Sutton prison-escape head and hand, an over-the-shoulder saxhorn and a Victorian puffy heart charm necklace.
Witness the dramas of Africa’s great wildlife meeting place - the waterhole. From mighty elephants to tiny termites, an entire community of creatures call the waterhole their home.
A decade-long archaeological quest reveals that the oldest stones of Stonehenge originally belonged to a much earlier sacred site - a stone circle built on a rugged, remote hillside in west Wales.
On this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, Zach Grage, head coach of region 1-2A champs Thomasville, talks with GPB Sports' Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson about the tremendous community support his team receives and what makes south Georgia football so special. Listen here.
GPB's Battleground: Ballot Box podcast, hosted by political reporter Stephen Fowler, returns for a second season starting Wednesday, November 3 to cover the latest developments in Georgia politics. Read more.
Concerts are coming back and GPB has tickets to the hottest shows around! Click here to for more information about special offers and get your tickets before they’re gone.

David Foster
Sunday, December 19, 2021 at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Andrea Bocelli
Thursday, February 10, 2022 at State Farm Arena, Atlanta

Frankie Valli and & the Four Seasons
Thursday, February 24, 2022 at Cobb Energy Center, Atlanta

Joe Bonamassa
Monday, February 28, 2022 at the Bell Auditorium, Augusta

Celtic Thunder
Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Celtic Woman
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at the Fox Theatre, Atlanta

Join us for an outdoor community listening event where we will hear some StoryCorps recordings and celebrate coming together as a community to listen and share. Lawn chairs, blankets and picnics are invited and encouraged! 
Do you love MASTERPIECE mysteries and dramas? Are you inspired by Great Performances? Want to learn more about our world with NOVA, Nature and Ken Burns’ documentaries? Now you watch all this and more with GPB Passport. This powerful donor benefit gives you access to the best of public television streaming on demand, on any screen.

Just in time for Halloween, stream these shows and more:

Agatha and the Midnight Murders
Discover the writer’s plan to sell a manuscript that kills off her famous detective, Hercule Poirot. 

Professor T
Professor Jasper Tempest’s genius for solving crimes helps the police crack their more difficult cases - including one that evokes a haunting childhood memory. 

Secrets of the Dead: Egypt’s Darkest Hour
The discovery of a mass grave with the bones of nearly 60 people sends archaeologists on a quest to find out who the remains belong to and why they were buried the way they were. 

Visit our GPB Passport FAQ page to find out more or reach out to us at ask@gpb.org or 800-222-4788.  

American democracy requires an informed citizenry. Can it survive without the backbone of independent local journalism? In Storm Lake, Pulitzer-winning editor Art Cullen and his family dedicate themselves to keeping the paper alive - come hell or pandemic.
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