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Next week, American Experience explores the circumstances that led to the Iran hostage crisis, we'll learn about two concepts that revolutionized mathematics and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Discover all-new appraisals from Season 26, including an 1813 Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice 2nd edition, 1939-1940 baseball signatures and book and a Jehan Georges Vibert oil. 

Revisit the Iran hostage crisis, when 52 Americans were held hostage at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. Unfolding like a political thriller, the story is told through the eyewitness accounts of those who took part in the events in this two-part series. 

The concepts of zero and infinity didn't always exist. They've been invented and re-invented by different cultures over thousands of years. Discover the surprising story of these key concepts that revolutionized mathematics.

On this week's podcast, Hannah and Jon are joined by an all-star line-up of high school football experts from across Georgia who give us a full preview of the 2022 GHSA Playoffs. 

Few foods are as divisive as oysters. In this week's commentary, Salvation South Editor Chuck Reece shares that the divide extends beyond the taste and texture and into the very cultivation of this Southern staple. 

Native American Heritage Month honors the indigenous people living in the United States before the arrival of Europeans. In November, the United States honors and celebrates the customs and legacy of Native Americans. GPB Education has gathered resources to introduce students to their cultures and traditions, as well as Native Americans' continued contributions. 

Are you looking for one place to get the latest news from top-notch journalists from across the state of Georgia in a format that respects both your intelligence and your time? If so, the bi-weekly Georgia Today Newsletter from GPB News is for you. Sign up here and stay informed.

See ten StorySLAM champs tell tales of unexpected fortune. The miracle in the morbid, the journey to the destination, or the door that opens when another shuts. Silver-linings and the best of a bad thing. When it rains it pours, but you know there’s a rainbow after the storm. Click here for tickets.

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Making Black America: Through the Grapevine
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. sits with noted scholars, politicians, cultural leaders and friends to discuss this world behind the color line and what it looks like today.

River
A brilliant detective’s fractured mind traps him between the living and the dead. This BBC series is as tender and witty as it is unsettling and brutal.

Broadchurch
When a young boy is murdered, this small town of Broadchurch suddenly becomes the focus of a major event in the full glare of the media spotlight.

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America’s cities have been the nation’s centers of innovation and progress since its birth, yet also the home to some of its greatest trials and challenges. And there has been no greater a challenge than in the last several years as the country faced extreme hardships and turmoil, leaving cities reeling and fighting for new footing. Through a series of thoughtful interviews and conversations with key players and leaders, American Cities Rebuilding 2022 will examine the success stories for some and the obstacles to that success for others.
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