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Stories that transform the way we think, feel and grow

Dear viewers and listeners,

As we move into a new season, we're reminded of the transformations that happen in our lives and world. This month, South Carolina ETV and Public Radio highlight topics that transform the way we think, feel and grow.

The new podcast South of Spooky from SC Public Radio launched on Oct. 7 with new episodes released every Friday. Explore South Carolina's history and culture while uncovering local legends and investigating reported hauntings. 

In addition to haunted tales, we will also explore narratives from local candidates during this election season. On Oct. 11, SCETV and the Post and Courier hosted the 2022 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Debate. The 2022 Gubernatorial Debate will be hosted on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.

With political changes afoot, education is increasingly at the center of numerous conversations. The latest episode of Carolina Classrooms highlighted school safety, a topic that remains in the forefront of educational discussions. Our young viewers were excited about the premiere of Rosie's Rules, an animated preschool series that follows the adventures of Rosie Fuentes.

Also debuting this month are Making Black America: Through the Grapevine and Rising Against Asian Hate: One Day in March. Both documentaries showcase communities of color and their struggle to transform society.

Celebrate home transformations with Master Carpenter Norm Abram as he hangs up his toolbelt. The 1-hour tribute special, The House that Norm Built, highlights 43 years of Norm's incredible career. 

As always, we thank you for your support to help SCETV and Public Radio continue to provide transformative programming. 

Anthony Padgett
President & CEO
SCETV and SC Public Radio

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