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A group of tenacious women in Brooklyn fight against the patriarchy in their community by creating the first all-female volunteer ambulance corps in New York City on "93 Queen" airing tonight at 11:30 PM.
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A team at Johns Hopkins University is researching ADHD by studying the habits of barn owls, a highly focused predator, in order to understand brain circuits responsible for maintaining attention.
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A new documentary looks at the life of Mary Frances Early, the first African American to graduate from . "Mary Frances Early: The Quiet Trailblazer" airs tonight at 10:30 PM.
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In a ruling Monday night, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Totenberg denied a preliminary injunction that would have required 159 Georgia counties to switch from electric voting machines to a paper ballot system. (from )
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On yesterday's edition of , the panel discussed the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh and new developments in Georgia's race for governor. "Political Rewind" airs today at 2 PM on GPB Radio.
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Explore America's best-loved novels, including "To Kill a Mockingbird," that exemplify life lessons and spiritual journeys. "The Great American Read: Who Am I?" airs tonight at 8 PM.
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Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced yesterday that she would not ask for a vote on Gulch redevelopments from Atlanta's City Council. (from )
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GPB Sep 17
In the premiere episode, actress Penelope Keith visits the villages of West Sussex and the Isle of Wight is quickly immersed in stories of seafarers and shipwrecks. "Penelope Keith's Coastal Villages" airs tonight at 10 PM.
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GPB Sep 17
Last week, Atlanta held the first State of Black Health conference. The conference was attended by hundreds of African Americans and topics included tobacco use and mental health. (from )
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GPB Sep 17
Augusta, Georgia is going through a revival and its residents want to keep the Georgia town "funky." Discover Augusta's vibrant music scene on "Hometown: Augusta" premiering tonight at 9:30 PM.
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GPB Sep 17
If you'd like to attend, be sure to register for your free ticket: . We look forward to our screening and engaging discussion!
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GPB Sep 17
Don't wait to contribute to our Fall Radio Fund Drive. We want to show our thanks and give you a window to the world if you're the winner of our drawing for a trip for four to ! Enter with your contribution today:
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GPB Sep 17
For the first time in the Hugo Awards' history, the winners of the major awards at the 2018 were all women, including Best Short Story, Best Novella, and Best Novel. (from )
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GPB Sep 17
In a new special, discover Latin American history and culture including a treasure with an updated appraisal of up to $2.2 million. "Celebrating Latino Heritage" airs tonight at 8 PM.
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GPB Sep 16
While Johannes makes a confession to Nella and promises no more secrets, Marin is keeping a secret of her own. Part Two of "The Miniaturist" premieres tonight at 9 PM.
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GPB Sep 16
While Elizabeth turns the tables on George, Demelza and Hugh Armitage reveal their feelings. An encore presentation of the Season 3 finale of "Poldark" airs tonight at 8 PM.
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GPB Sep 16
The wait is over! New episodes of will air Sundays this fall on GPB TV starting tonight at 6:30 PM.
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GPB Sep 16
The Spartans participated in the first state championship game at last year but they didn't let their defeat hold them back. (from )
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GPB Sep 15
Marty Stuart and Parker Millsap are the two featured performers this week on two back-to-back episodes of "Bluegrass Underground" airing tonight beginning at 11 PM.
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GPB Sep 15
A new study has revealed that the most viruses found in airports aren't in the toilets. Instead, they're found in security lines.
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