• 05/07/2018

    The Great American Read

    By Natalyn Klump

    Great American Read

    What do Americans Read? What books inspire and influence us—individually and as a society? To find the answers, a demographically representative survey was commissioned, and people throughout America were asked to list their favorite books and why they chose them. Members of an advisory panel,...

  • 05/02/2018

    New Programs Added to SCETV Passport

    By Natalyn Klump

    A Child in Time

    Even more of your favorite shows and episodes have been added to SCETV Passport , an ETV Endowment member benefit providing you with extended access to a rich library of public television programming. Jamestown comes from the creators of Downton Abbey to SCETV Passport members. This new dramatic...

  • 04/30/2018

    A Chef's Life Wins Daytime Emmy

    By Glenn Rawls, SCETV

    Daytime Emmy

    A Chef’s Life has won the Daytime Emmy® for Outstanding Culinary Program. Hosted by Emmy nominee Vivian Howard, the series is in its fifth year on PBS and presented nationally by South Carolina ETV. Director Cynthia Howard has previously won for her work on the series. A Chef's Life is a half-hour...

  • 04/26/2018

    Vince Kolb-Lugo Brings You News and Weather Weekday Afternoons

    By ETV Endowment

    You know his voice. Vince Kolb-Lugo brings South Carolina Public Radio listeners stories from across the state, and news and weather information in the afternoons during All Things Considered . Whether you are in your home, out for your afternoon run or heading home from work, Vince keeps you up-to...

  • 04/17/2018

    April Brings Fresh New Programming to SCETV

    By Anthony Padgett, President & CEO, SCETV

    Dear Viewers and Listeners: April brings fresh new programming to SCETV. A new Carolina Stories special looks at the history of the Myrtle Beach landmark Charlie’s Place , an African-American nightclub in the 1940s and ‘50s. Owner Charlie Fitzgerald hosted such names as Etta James, James Brown,...

  • 04/10/2018

    Charlie's Place

    By ETV Endowment

    Charlie's Place

    In 1937, at the height of the swing dance craze, Charlie and Sarah Fitzgerald opened the doors to a supper club in Myrtle Beach called Charlie’s Place, and it remained a popular nightspot for more than a decade. All were welcome, and the mixed crowd defied the color barrier to drink, dance and have...

  • 04/06/2018

    New Programs Added to SCETV Passport in March

    By Natalyn Klump

    Downton Abbey Passport

    SCETV Passport is an ETV Endowment member benefit providing you with extended access to a rich library of public television programming. The month of March brought even more of your favorite shows and episodes to SCETV Passport. Downton Abbey is back! Beginning with the first season, you can watch...

  • 04/04/2018

    We’re Grateful for Everything You Do for the ETV Endowment

    By Coby C. Hennecy, CPA, CFRE

    Dear ETV Endowment Member, It’s hard to believe it’s been almost 50 years since the acclaimed series Civilisation aired on PBS. I’m very excited about its return in an extraordinary new version, Civilizations, that explores the role art and creative imagination have played in the forging of...

  • 04/02/2018

    A Chef’s Life Receives Daytime Emmy Nominations

    By Natalyn Klump

    A Chefs Life

    Congratulations to Vivian Howard and the talented cast and crew of A Chef’s Life! SCETV Presents own, A Chef’s Life , has received three Daytime Emmy® nominations. Vivian Howard has been nominated in the category of Best Culinary Host, Director Cynthia Hill for Best Directing in a Single Camera...

  • 03/27/2018

    Thank You for Supporting South Carolina

    By Anthony Padgett, President & CEO, SCETV

    ETV Endowment 40th Anniversary

    Dear Members, The ETV Endowment’s 40th anniversary is a moment to reflect on what you have accomplished for our state. Your thoughtful and continuing support is the reason for the successes South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio have realized. SCETV will celebrate six decades this...

  • 03/26/2018

    Call the Midwife Returns for Season 7

    By Natalyn Klump

    Call the Midwife Season 7

    The world around Nonnatus House is changing, and the lives of the nuns and nurses are in a state of flux as Season 7 of Call the Midwife begins. Sister Mary Cynthia, Patsy and Delia have decided to make changes in their lives but may return at a later date. Nurse Lucille Anderson, played by Leonie...

  • 03/23/2018

    New Series Exclusively on SCETV Passport

    By Natalyn Klump

    Jamestown

    JAMESTOWN , an epic eight-part drama from the creators of Downton Abbey, follows the lives of three courageous and dynamic women who leave their dark pasts behind in England and make the trans-Atlantic journey of a lifetime for a new life in 17th Century America. Taking viewers back to 1619...

  • 03/15/2018

    South Carolina Public Radio Celebrates the Centennial of Marian McPartland

    By SC Public Radio

    Marian McPartland

    March 20, 2018, marks the 100th birthday of late jazz legend Marian McPartland (1918 – 2013). Throughout her prolific career, she released more than 60 albums and toured well into her 90s. In 2000, McPartland was named an NEA Jazz Master; in 2004, she was awarded a Trustee’s Award Grammy for...

  • 03/12/2018

    This Old House Comes to Charleston

    By Natalyn Klump

    This Old House Charleston

    The Emmy Award-winning This Old House is returning to SCETV for its 39th season and, for the first time, will feature two South Carolina projects. Charleston is a town rich in history, with many architectural gems in need of saving. The This Old House crew will help restore two of Charleston’s...

  • 03/05/2018

    Letter from the SCETV President

    By Anthony Padgett, President & CEO SCETV

    Dear Viewers and Listeners: In March, SCETV starts off the month with our spring Festival programming. From March 3 – 18, our TV schedule is full of great new programming, including a new My Music special, Doo Wop Generations ; music from the Bee Gees, Yanni, the Rolling Stones, Queen and Jimmy...

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