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Next week, we’ll revisit a classic family favorite, shed a few tears over some extraordinary Antiques Roadshow finds, explore the universe with NOVA and look inside the lives of American soldiers. Take a look at what’s coming up!
Join the Peanuts gang for a timeless adventure as Charlie Brown preps for a party, Snoopy sets his sights on the Red Baron and Linus patiently awaits a pumpkin patch miracle. 
Grab your tissues for an emotional special episode full of guests who wear their hearts on their sleeves. Standouts include an 1888 Joseph Nāwahī oil, a Navajo Ute First Phase blanket and a Gambrinus beer stein. One is now $1.5 million to $2 million!
From the citizen-soldiers returning from the American Revolution to today’s warrior class, hear deeply moving stories highlighting personal remembrances, drawing civilian viewers into an unfamiliar culture and highlighting the evolving relationship between Americans who have served in the military and those who have not. 

With dazzling visuals and the latest discoveries, NOVA’s five-part series captures moments of high drama when the cosmos changed forever - featuring a cast list of rogue planets, colliding galaxies and black holes more massive than a billion suns.

Jury selection is underway in the Brunswick trial for three white men accused in the 2020 killing of Ahmaud Arbery, who was Black. It’s also a reminder for some residents of a long-broken trust with a police department and other county law enforcement agencies that took almost three months to open an investigation into the 25-year-old's death. This week's Georgia Today podcast delves into the troubled history of Brunswick police and how the trial may expose the department to even greater national scrutiny. Listen here.
On this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, GPB Sports' Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with the always entertaining Gene Cathcart, head coach of the Jefferson Dragons. He talks about Georgia-bound, all-everything player Malaki Starks as well as the challenges of playing in one of the deepest classifications in Georgia in AAAA. Plus, a look ahead at a great week of region matchups. Listen here.
Halloween dates back thousands of years to the Celtic people of ancient Europe, who recognized October 31 as the last day of autumn and had festivals to celebrate. Over time, the holiday evolved into a secular and community-based event known for activities like trick-or-treating and bobbing for apples that we love today. GPB Education has gathered resources and activities for your kids at school or at home! Read more.
Since 2003, over one hundred thousand people have recorded conversations with StoryCorps, contributing to the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered. GPB is excited to be partnering with StoryCorps and VisitColumbusGA to bring the Mobile Tour to Columbus! Your story is unique, and we want to hear it! Visit gpb.org/storycorps to learn how you can record in-person or in their Virtual Recording Booth.

Best-selling author and humorist, David Sedaris, is coming to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta for one night only, April 11, 2022! Don’t miss this opportunity to see David Sedaris read from his latest writings. You can also join us for GPB’s exclusive reception before the show. Click here to get your tickets before they’re gone!
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.

Enjoy these shows and more on GPB Passport:

Frankie Drake Mysteries
This series set in 1920s Toronto follows the adventures of Frankie and her partner Trudy Clarke at Drake Private Detectives, as they fight crime in the age of flyboys, gangsters, rum-runners and speakeasies.

Muhammad Ali
Ken Burns’ latest documentary brings to life the iconic boxer and activist in this four-part series.

Simply Ming
In the Emmy Award-winning series, host Ming Tsai prepares dishes using ingredients from his East-West pantry.

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

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