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Next week, American Experience looks at the protests that changed the course of the U.S. war in Vietnam, we'll celebrate Georgia music legends and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Lace up your dancing shoes and celebrate the band’s return to the stage. In honor of the 45th anniversary of Waiting for Columbus, they’ll be replicating the legendary live album at every stop, joined by some very special guests. GPB has your tickets to see Little Feat live at at Atlanta Symphony Hall in July!

Joe Bonamassa plays his latest studio album, Time Clocks - a sprawling and expansive musical undertaking filmed in August 2022 at the iconic Red Rocks. Joe’s virtuoso guitar style, blending everything with his unique Blues-Rock technique and flair, elevate the evening's performance to a stratospheric level and the overall experience to an almost heavenly high. Tune in to find out how you can see Joe live at the Savannah Civic Center this November!

Find out if grandma lied about the family goods that include a 1900 Mark Twain letter, a ruby and diamond bracelet and a Babe Ruth & Honus Wagner signed baseball. Does the story of the show-topping $85,000 find really hold up?

By Parties Unknown explores the story of the violent lynching of four Black men in Russellville, Kentucky in 1908 and highlights the events and the cultural climate surrounding the lynching through the perspective of a community scholar who seeks to chronicle and share the story for present and future generations.

The bonds of sisterhood and the parallels of struggles among generations of women in China are drawn together by the once-secret written language of Nüshu, the only script designed and used exclusively by women.

Henry Louis Gates introduces trail-blazing journalists Jim Acosta and Van Jones to the ancestors who blazed a trail for them, meeting runaway slaves and immigrant settlers who took enormous chances so that their descendants might thrive.

Explore how two brilliantly orchestrated antiwar protests in the fall of 1969 - the largest the country had ever seen - pressured President Nixon to cancel what he called his “madman” plans for a massive escalation of the U.S. war in Vietnam, including a threat to use nuclear weapons.

Learn the compelling story of one of the most extraordinary - yet controversial - tributes to the achievements of the Space Age: a sculpture on the Moon dedicated to all the astronauts and cosmonauts who died during the Race to the Moon.

Enjoy this multi-artist concert special featuring legendary songs, star performers, brilliant musicians and performances captured onstage at the Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas. Featured performers include Ray Benson, Lee Roy Parnell, Joe Ely, Rodney Crowell, Holly Williams and many more.

This hour-long program features three of Georgia’s most well-known musicians: R.E.M. founding member and Macon native Mike Mills; former Allman Brothers Band member and current Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell; and internationally renowned violin soloist and Macon native Robert McDuffie. Featuring songs from Georgia’s favorite contemporary artists, including Otis Redding, Ray Charles, the Allman Brothers Band, R.E.M., Outkast, the B-52s and Brook Benton.

Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell receives the 2023 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at an all-star tribute in Washington, D.C.

A new documentary from the Atlanta History Center about the history of Stone Mountain, and the memorial to the Confederacy carved into its flank, has prompted many Georgians to re-examine what they thought they knew about the carving and how it got there. It also prompted a story in Chuck Reece’s online magazine, Salvation South. Chuck has details in this week's commentary.

C-SPAN, in cooperation with its cable television partners, asked middle and high school students to engage in a national conversation on the challenges our country is facing with the theme: "If you were a newly elected member of Congress, which issue would be your first priority and why?"

Now in its 19th year, this project-based learning experience gives students the opportunity to explore multiple perspectives on topics that are important to them and consider solutions to address them. Read more.

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Call the Midwife | Season 12 Episode 6
Sister Veronica spearheads a new initiative to monitor the health of working children in the borough and Trixie is thrown into a challenging case involving an underage mother.

DI Ray
D.I. Rachita Ray is assigned to investigate the suspected honor killing of a young Muslim man.

Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World
Chuck D of Public Enemy explores Hip Hop’s political awakening over the last 50 years joined by a host of rap stars and cultural commentators.

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