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Philip Smith
· December 31, 2017
Another New Years Eve that you choose the simple rather than broadcast the exceptional. Two years in a row that you have the ability to broadcast a live New Years Eve concert by the NY Philharmonic (t...onight featuring the music of Leonard Bernstein on his 100th year) conducted by a wonderful audience charming conductor Bramwell Tovey. Why do you feel that the Georgia audience will not be able to appreciate fine music, composed by an American icon, performed by the oldest (and one of the best) orchestra in the USA, conducted by a fine young conductor. Simply put, I’m disappointed and disgusted by your lack of interest in broadcasting a program of fine classical music other PBS outlets around the country will play. You do a disservice to quality programming. See More
Russell W Smith Jr
· December 9, 2017
Where to begin. During your pledge drives you want people to contribute to you budget but yet you broadcast nothing but CRAP. These "self help" fools that you just have to put on the air are nothing b...ut snake oil salespeople that just enrich themselves. And really what's with the high school football? Other than people like that Suze Orman the last thing I want to watch is high school football. Your programming department needs to be replaced. See More
Bernadette Ackley
· January 8, 2018
I went to the season 2 premiere of Victoria. The staff were very kind and very welcoming. I enjoyed the viewing/show. I would definitely attend another event. I appreciate GPB offering this event. I excited to win a poster. I loved my Union Jack � flag and I��GPB button. Thank you for the nice experience. See More
Terri Lyles Willis
· November 12, 2017
Tell you what is WRONG?... YOu have these black women on the show tonight 11/12/2017.. They are giving their opinion about the suppose to be black men of Vietnam War? Then they ALL say," Well, I reall...y don't know anything about this war,".....Really?Well you have lost my viewing....STOP THIS RACIAL BULL CRAP!.....Ask my dad how it felt to sit in a Fox Hole for 2 weeks, wet, hungry, and dirty......Ask my Great great grandfather(a black man) why he volunteered to fight in the American Civil War...These women don't know anything except how to put their makeup on and go to work! See More
Cynthia Hill
· January 13, 2018
I love GPB and enjoy the programming on television and the recent events they have hosted. Keep up the great work!
Debbie Boyd Arrowood
· December 1, 2017
Your football announcers are horrible and really are very unprofessional!!! Please get some grownups who can call a game!!!!
Dave Burns
· January 7, 2018
Thanks for a nice evening with HRH, and all the cast of the exceptional show #Victoria!
Jeremiah P. Weaver
· January 25, 2018
A seat at the table is a show run by racist black women . Wtf is up with that? Tonight's episode was nothing but white bashing.
Dudley Keeter
· February 3, 2018
This a liberal based corporation, who is led by the Democratic agenda. If your a conservative who wants to see America to succeed do not support or finance GPB!
Susan Scott Childress
· February 2, 2018
Love GPB and their programs! It’s pretty much the only channel I watch!
Cindy Hollan
· February 8, 2018
Every family should have someone famous if you follow your tree far enough.
With your help I have found my 11th Great Maternal Grandfather William Cecil. This has been so exciting to follow.
William Goggin
· December 28, 2017
I love GPB! I support it and listen every day. Nevermind the haters. Not sure where they are coming from.
Paula Barkley Fensom
· January 15, 2018
Our entire family enjoys listening to GPB every day. Thank you.
Angela Courington Ploth
· January 7, 2018
I love the programming, concerts they promote & neat screenings. Great channel.
John Mann
· December 8, 2017
Atlanta Update: How Disgusting Is This GPB? (Georgia Public Broadcasting.)
Friday at 6 pm: High School Football Replaces The News Hour
Brittney Davis
· February 3, 2018
Episode on John Lewis was amazing. Keep up the good work. Proud Georgia native
Keeley Rusek Burwinkel
· May 16, 2014
I am extremely disappointed and disturbed by the aggressive manner in which GPB has sought to contractually seize and steal the GSU college station, WRAS, from the student body. For a public service p...rovider who has so often lauded itself not only for representing the unappreciated in the arts, but who has claimed to be a support system for students of all ages, this action reeks of hypocrisy, greed and a complete disregard for the youth they claim to be so concerned about. See More
Kevin Glenn
· May 16, 2014
GPB shame on you. Shame on your executives for what you conspired in secret to do to WRAS.
You are knowingly destroying one of the finest college radio stations in the country, and a source of pride ...for both students and the community.
I beg of GPB to back out of the contract, and until they do, consider me a former contributor.
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Harrison Barr
· May 16, 2014
While I appreciate GPB's goal, I am wholeheartedly against this merger with Geogia State University. We don't want what you have to offer. We didn't ask for it. I appreciate the opportunities that thi...s merger would provide, but it is in no way worth the cost of WRAS- Album 88. Please don't ruin the only good radio station we have left. #savewras See More
Leah Hickman Ferguson
· December 4, 2013
GPB is awesome, my entire family enjoys it on a weekly basis. Thank you for all the great shows and children's programs. Wild Kratts is my 6 year old favorite program. The Libera , Christmas in Irel...and was beautiful. Thank you! See More

UPDATE for Savannah Radio listeners and TV Viewers: Over the past few weeks, GPB has experienced audio issues with our radio signal due to a circuit problem. Our engineers conducted tests, and we thought the issue was resolved. However, both WSVH-FM and WVAN-TV are having circuit issues now that are impacting the transmission. We are currently conducting more tests and hope to have the issue resolved quickly. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience.

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They'll take full responsibility for the dip in work day productivity. On Second Thought recently visited Adult Swim to see the production process, and while the studios is famous for shows like Rick and Morty and Squidbillies, they also offer a host of shows live streaming online, many of which are made in Atlanta.

Many of us at On Second Thought are huge fans. So imagine our delight to find Adult Swim is just five minutes away.

Hear more stories about sexual harassment, including field reports and in-studio conversations from men and women from all walks of life on a new episode of #MeTooPBS, airing tonight at 7:30 p.m.

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We will be live streaming Chief Justice P. Harris Hines' last State of the Judiciary address this morning beginning at 11 a.m. live from the House Chamber of the Georgia State Capitol. Watch the speech live on our website in the link below.

Watch our live stream of the State of the Judiciary address here on GPB!

If you've ever looked at your grocery store receipt and found you spent more than you originally intended, it's not you: it's the supermarket. Learn why from this episode of Two Cents • PBS from PBS Digital Studios.

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Two Cents • PBS
Fighting the Financial Pitfalls of the Supermarket
PBS Digital Studios posted an episode of Two Cents • PBS.

Supermarkets are built with tricks and challenges designed to make you spend more than you planned. But with a little preparation, you can safely avoid them and save money. We have some grocery tips this week!
Do you have anymore grocery shopping tips? Leave us a comment!

A team in Dubai attempts to construct a floating house. With the combination of the best of land and marine design, watch the build to make living beneath the waves a reality on "Impossible Builds: The Floating House" airing tonight at 10 p.m.

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And just like that, #VictoriaPBS made us pull out the crying towels again. Check out our recap of this week's episode of "Victoria" before the season finale on Sunday.

We're also giving away a "Victoria" audiobook and poster package this week! To qualify, leave a comment with, in your opinion, was the most shocking moment from this week's episode. What made you go "OMG!"? To be considered, leave your comment no later than Monday, February 26th at 12 p.m. and we'll pick 1 winner at random.

We have one more episode of Victoria to go, but after this week’s installment, I think we’ll have to have our “crying towels” at the ready.

Sudan is the last male northern white rhino, living in a Kenyan sanctuary under 24-hour surveillance. But his harrowing journey may have hope as scientists rush to save the species before it dies out forever. Nature | PBS "The Last Rhino" airs tonight at 8 p.m.

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After hundreds gathered in Augusta last year to protest against a Confederate statue, some are speaking up for the Confederate Memorial, insisting it should remain where it is. On Second Thought spoke to Steve Oney, former Augustan and author about why the statue is an important part of Augusta's history.

Last summer, hundreds gathered in downtown Augusta to protest against a confederate statue there.

The dangerous rivalry that has forced the Middle East into sectarian war is highlighted in a new documentary. Revolution in Iran and the reaction from Saudi Arabia, including the roles of religion and power politics play, is featured in FRONTLINE "Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia" premiering tonight at 9 p.m.

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Jermaine Dupri has written what many believe to be the anthem of Atlanta, and in 2018 he'll be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, making history as only the second rap artist ever to receive the honor.

Today's Music Minute features the writer of a song that many consider to be the anthem of Atlanta…”Welcome to Atlanta!’

Host Ann Curry meets two people who seek reunions after losing touch with people who changed their lives after the civil rights movement. Sherie looks for the friend who inspired her to fight for social justice while Fatima wishes to thank Thelma for her courage when faced with racism. A new episode of #MeetAgainPBS airs tonight at 8 p.m., and you can watch the show live via Facebook Watch.

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In honor of the 50th anniversary of the premiere of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood", the US Postal Service will release a stamp featuring America's favorite neighbor, Mister Rogers. The stamp is scheduled to be unveiled on March 23rd.

The U.S. Postal Service has announced that it will release a Forever Stamp featuring America's favorite neighbor, television icon Mister Rogers.

"If you come here, you'll find something you can't find anywhere else." Filmmaker Stanley Nelson returns with a new documentary that features the pivotal role that historically black colleges and universities have played shaping the history, culture, and identity of America. Independent Lens | PBS "Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities" premieres tonight at 9 p.m.

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Beyond the benefits of lower calories, leafy greens like spinach, collards, and kale may have yet another benefit if consumed daily: a slower rate of cognitive decline, especially in older adults.

To age well, we must eat well. There has been a lot of evidence that heart-healthy diets help protect the brain.

"Dahlonega is a very historic town, it is a very unique town, it's very hometown." The residents of Dahlonega can't wait to share what makes their town unique. Discover the history of the gold rush, critically acclaimed wines, music, and what locals describe as "the most patriotic small city in the US" on "Hometown Dahlonega", premiering tonight at 7:30 p.m.

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