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Next week, we’ll hear the story of the battle of Fallujah, told by the people who lived through it and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Reel South presents two stories from the South's penitentiary systems: In Louisiana, a devastating investigation into youth suicide and systemic neglect (8 Days at Ware), and in Alabama, a man's rehabilitation is holistic and starts with his marriage (Love Without Parole).

Co-founded by Filipina American and queer teenagers in the '60s, Fanny was the first all-women band to release an album with a major record label. Revered by David Bowie, meet the most groundbreaking rock group you've never heard of... yet.

FRONTLINE explores the enduring story of the battle of Fallujah, told by the people who lived through it. Twenty years after the invasion of Iraq, soldiers, journalists and ordinary Iraqis recount one of the defining episodes of the war.

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Our House
Secrets and lies unravel in this thriller based on the best-selling novel of the same name.

Hope Street
This BBC crime drama follows the sudden arrival of Detective Leila Hussain in the fictional Irish coastal town of Port Devine.

Celebrity Antiques Road Trip
Binge the new season of this popular series as two celebrities search for local treasures and compete to see who can turn their finds into a small fortune.

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The Ain't Sisters join Host Jeremy Powell this week on the Peach Jam podcast. Indigo Girls mixed with Dream Theater... but make it bluegrass. That's how they describe their version of "extremely eclectic folk rock."

Peach Jam features stories and songs recorded live in our GPB studios from a variety of incredibly talented and diverse bands and artists who call the Peach State home. Listen and subscribe.

A doctor in Southwest Georgia is promoting sustainable organic farming while brewing beer and producing CBD products. And the brewery and taproom have given an economic boost to downtown Albany. This week, host David Zelski visits Pretoria Fields Collective. 

Each week A Fork in the Road host David Zelski brings you the personal stories from the farmers, fishermen, merchants, artisans, chefs and others who help provide Georgia-grown products to folks in the Peach State and beyond. You can listen and subscribe at GPB.org/ForkInTheRoadPodcast or wherever you get your podcasts.

Jet fuel emits a lot of carbon dioxide into the Earth's atmosphere, about 20 pounds of CO2 for every gallon burned. And that, of course, contributes to climate change. But sustainable jet fuel could offer a lower-carbon way forward. And it's one that the Biden administration is hoping to jump-start across the country. So where does Georgia fit into this equation? That and more this week on the Georgia Today podcast. Listen and Subscribe.

On this week's Football Fridays in Georgia, Hannah and Jon talk to a dazzling and colorful array of "NEW!" head coaches from across the state to give you an idea of what to expect for another great season of high school football to come. There are even some surprises from football past! Plus: how will Jon fare on Hannah's pop quiz? Listen to find out

GPB invites you to travel with us to England in April 2024. The trips we’ve offered in the past have filled up so quickly, that now we’re offering your choice of two tours. The All Creatures Tour is April 8th through 14th and the Great British Telly Tour is April 15th through the 21st. Join us for one - or both - tours as we’ll travel to locations from many of your favorite PBS shows and enjoy beautiful hotels along the way. Space is limited and these trips fill up quickly. Click here to find out more or call 866.654.7508. Please join us for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create some very special memories.

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