With an eye towards enlightening, educating and enetertaining our community and our members, PBA 30 produces these television shows locally.
A half hour news and public affairs talk show that connects, impacts and empowers the African-American community in Atlanta.
This innovative show provides practical tools to Georgia’s Hispanic community for working with the civil justice system.
This is Atlanta with Alicia Steele
In This is Atlanta, PBA30 expands its Telly Award-winning series of mini-documentaries into a full-fledged monthly magazine show. Alicia Steele hosts this fascinating look at the people who make Atlanta an exciting place to live. We’ll explore society, history, and creativity— sometimes all at once! This is Atlanta visits one-of-a-kind locations in the metro area, dives in to some unusual hobbies, and brings you performances by some of the city’s most compelling artists.
This is Atlanta Cooking
Do you want to know what’s cooking in Atlanta? Tune in to PBA30 on Saturdays to discover what the culinary masters of Atlanta are up to on THIS IS ATLANTA COOKING, a half hour cooking program featuring some of Atlanta’s finest restaurants and chefs.
Atlanta’s Best BBQ-Quest: Kissed by Fire
PBA30, Atlanta’s PBS station presents ATLANTA’S BEST BBQ-QUEST: KISSED BY FIRE. This locally-produced special introduces viewers to the many styles of barbecue being offered in Atlanta, and the people serving it up. Which restaurants will only cook hams, and which will use pork butts for their pulled pork? Are they cooking on oak or hickory or mesquite? Will anybody give away the secret to their barbecue sauce?
PBA 30 is showcasing the work of Atlanta independent filmmakers with a great half-hour, weekly series. Hosted by Atlanta actress-singer Debra McDavid, Atlanta Shorts features several one- to 10-minute films in each program.
Ever wondered what’s going on in your neighborhood schools? Each month on APS Today meet young people, educators, business partners and parents who are dedicated to increasing student performance and preparation for higher education, future careers and civic participation. From Margaret Mitchell to Maynard Jackson to today’s students, the “Profiles in Excellence” segment spotlights Atlanta students who have achieved greatness. Don’t let your curiosity get the best of you. Come inside Atlanta Public Schools on APS Today.