New this Month
Lynn Brandli, Iyengar Yoga Instructor is back with an all-new season of Yoga Poses Daily. This season, join Lynn in a one-on-one session wherein you will learn the joys and discipline of the Iyengar style of yoga, which focuses on poses that help shape the mind, body, and spirit.
The city of Clarkston Georgia is a refugee resettlement area. It's considered the most ethnically diverse square mile in America, with residents hailing from more than 50 different countries. Local residents discuss differences that make this city wonderful.
In this AIB Presents "The Herndons and Beyond: Legacies of the Civil Rights Movement," explore how GSU students discover buried legacies of those who also contributed to the Modern Civil Rights Movement, through hands on learning and first-person contact with those who lived through those turbulent times.
Special Presentation: "Fried Chicken and Sweet Potato Pie" A celebration of renowned southern chef Edna Lewis, in a documentary produced by award-winning documentary filmmaker, Bailey Barash. In "Fried Chicken and Sweet Potato Pie," we explore how Miss Lewis put southern cuisine squarely on the culinary map and learn about her special relationship with chef Scott Peacock. Following the documentary, we hear from southern cookbook authors Ted and Matt Lee, who reflect on the woman they consider a superstar of southern cuisine.
Fried Chicken and Sweet Potato Pie
Premieres May 20th @ 9:00pm... for additional air times check: aibtv.com/schedule
Sacred Spaces Take a morning hike up Arabia Mountain with Ranger Robby Astrove, Park Ranger of the Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve. Explore the natural beauty of this living laboratory, as its fragile yet hardy ecosystem teaches us lessons about life and the sacred space all humanity calls home, the Earth. Premieres May 19th.