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Next week, we’ll look back at a dark time in the history of psychiatry, look forward into the future of child care, break the ice with NOVA and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Time is running out to grab the coolest public radio swag around! Our super popular 20 oz. GPB Mega Mug and the all-new baseball tee are only available from GPB and feature a fun, full-color graphic of radios and speakers through the ages. The baseball tee comes in your choice of size and the ceramic mug comes in one size - Mega! Get yours with your contribution to GPB before Sunday, October 10th. No matter how you listen to GPB, your support ensures we can be a reliable resource for communities across Georgia and beyond.

Celebrate the influential icons of our collective and recent memory with treasures like a Jean-Michel Basquiat oil stick drawing, a Fred & Joanne Rogers trolley and card and Julia Child's copper pans. Which has an updated value of $500,000?

This award-winning documentary shines a light on a pivotal yet largely unknown chapter in the struggle for LGBTQ+ equality - the landmark 1973 decision by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) to remove homosexuality from its manual of mental illnesses.

In this hour-long special, PBS NewsHour explores the burden costly child care places on families, takes viewers to cities and states experimenting with new ways of providing childcare for working parents and delves into the political battle over federally funded, universal childcare.

Experts from over twenty different nations join the voyage of the massive Polarstern icebreaker as it’s gripped by the polar ice and drifts for nearly an entire year. From this unique research station, they can make long-term observations and perform experiments in unprecedented detail.
Host Sharon Collins meets Sibley, the Georgia Audubon Society's hummingbird ambassador, and his noisy companion Polly. They are both victims of window collisions under the care of Melanie Furr, the Audubon Society’s Director of Education.

Drug company Merck is awaiting word on its emergency use authorization application for its recently announced drug molnupiravir. If approved, the anti-viral drug developed at a lab at Emory University could become the first-ever pill to treat COVID-19. The latest Georgia Today podcast examines the journey that led to this potential breakthrough and its connection to Emory. Listen here.

GPB Sports' Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with Rabun County Head Coach Jaybo Shaw who talks about the deep family connection between his family and that of star quarterback Gunner Stockton. He also discusses the challenges of finding non-region opponents willing to take on his traditional powerhouse squad. Listen here.

Join us for an evening with David Sedaris at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on April 11, 2022. Sedaris will read from a selection of his writings following the release of his newest books, The Best of Me and A Carnival of Snackery. You can also join us for GPB’s exclusive reception before the show. Click here to get your tickets before they’re gone!

GPB Passport gives you access to the best of public television streaming on demand. Escape to another place and time with MASTERPIECE dramas and mysteries, delve into documentaries from Ken Burns and up your cooking game with America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country.

Enjoy these shows and more on GPB Passport:

Call the Midwife | Season 10 Episode 6
(Passport Early Release)
GPB Passport gives you early access to each new episode of this popular series available for streaming every Friday - before airing on GPB TV. This week, Dr. Turner and Sister Frances help a mother-to-be who refuses medical care and Nancy reveals a secret that could threaten her relationship with Nonnatus House.

Frankie Drake Mysteries
Set in 1920s Toronto, the series follows the adventures of Frankie Drake and her partner Trudy Clarke at Drake Private Detectives, the city’s only all-female detective agency, as they find themselves fighting crime in the age of flyboys, gangsters, rumrunners and speakeasies.

Cook's Country
This series features the best regional home cooking in the country. Family recipes are re-imagined with the same approach that has made Cook's Country magazine so successful. 

Donate now to receive GPB Passport or activate your account to start streaming today. 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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