From books to barbecue, and current events to Colonial history, historian and author Walter Edgar delves into the arts, culture, and history of South Carolina and the American South. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
Illuminating 60-second flights through the world of classical music with host and longtime NPR commentator Miles Hoffman. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.Click here to contact Rudy Mancke by email.
Historian and author Walter Edgar mines the riches of the South Carolina Encyclopedia to bring you South Carolina from A to Z. South Carolina from A to Z is a production of South Carolina Public Radio in partnership with the University of South Carolina Press and SC Humanities.
South Carolina Lede is a podcast about the people, issues, and events shaping the Palmetto State. Join host Gavin Jackson and reporters from across the state each week for in-depth discussions of the biggest news affecting you, your family, and your fellow South Carolinians – from state politics and legislative happenings inside the state house to the ongoing effects of the pandemic and more. It’s the factual and timely information you need, with a dash of irreverent fun to keep it all inter ...
Gardening and horticulture news and tips, as well as agricultural information from Amanda McNulty, the host of SCETV's "Making It Grow" and Clemson University Extension Agent. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.Making It Grow Minutes are produced by South Carolina Public Radio, in partnership with Clemson University's Extension Service.
The South Carolina Business Review, with host Mike Switzer, focuses on news from South Carolina's business community with interviews of many small business owners and business leaders from around the state. South Carolina's nonprofits, including its colleges and universities are also regularly featured on the program, as well as many of the state's small business support organizations. Click here to contact the South Carolina Business Review by email.The South Carolina Business Review is a p ...
Tested is a hard look at how North Carolina and its neighbors face the day's challenges. Hosted by journalists Dave DeWitt and Leoneda Inge.
Our series of reviews and reports from the nation’s premier Arts festival in Charleston, South Carolina. Discover performances and events at this year's festival, visit Spoleto Festival USA.Subscribe to a podcast of this series via iTunes using the button below or visit our subscribe page for other options.Subscribe
Mike Switzer interviews West Hyler, co-artistic director and co-founder of Artistic Stamp in Greenville, SC.By Mike Switzer
A kayaker in the Congaree National Park reports a number of snake sightings.By Rudy Mancke
"W” is for Waring, Joseph Ioor (1897-1977). Pediatrician, medical historian.By Walter Edgar
Even with employment, inflation, and oil price challenges, the economy appears to be getting back to where we were before the pandemic started. Or could it be to an even better place?By Mike Switzer
The Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC) is a Protestant denomination founded in Los Angeles in 1978 by the Reverend Troy Perry.
Araneus bicentenarius, the giant lichen orbweaver, is a species of orb weaver in the family Araneidae. It is found in the USA and Canada.By Rudy Mancke
July 27, 2021 — The Associated Press' Meg Kinnard joins us to look at the 2022 South Carolina governor's race.By Gavin Jackson
An update of the news, events and issues that are trending right now across South Carolina's business community.By Mike Switzer
The common whitetail or long-tailed skimmer (Plathemis lydia) is a common dragonfly across much of North America, with a striking and unusual appearance.By Rudy Mancke
In music, everything belongs to everybody – and that’s a beautiful thing.By Miles Hoffman
The first television station to go on the air in South Carolina was WCOS-TV in April 1953.By Walter Edgar
It is not and will not be illegal to have Bradford pears growing in your yard. However, they are now on the State Plant Pest list and beginning October first, two thousand twenty-four, nurseries will no longer sell Bradford pears or any other cultivar of the invasive flowering pear, Pyrus calleryanna.…
For this episode celebrating Walter Edgar's Journal at 21, we’ve dusted off a 2004, on-the-road program, recorded at Litchfield Books on Pawleys Island. Walter's guest is the late Cokie Roberts, longtime NPR correspondent and commentator. Roberts talks politics, personal history, and about her book, Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation…
If you’re interested in foraging, you might want to look in the old cookbook Charleston Receipts for the cherry bounce recipe.By Amanda McNulty
July 24, 2021 — The latest on the spread of COVID-19 in the Palmetto State; an update on Associated Press Reporter Meg Kinnard's battle with cancer; and much more.
Which beats, melodies and voices eased the pain of the pandemic for you? Host Leoneda Inge explores the power of music to help us maintain our mental health in trying times. | Love this podcast? Support it today with a donation to wunc.org/give.By Leoneda Inge
Mike Switzer interviews Charles Bach, owner of Charles Bach Wonders Theatre in Myrtle Beach, SC.By Mike Switzer
St. John’s Colleton Parish was established in 1734. The new parish consisted of Johns, Wadmalaw, Edisto, Seabrook, and Kiawah Islands.
Our native black cherry, Prunus serotina, is usually defaced this time of year by a large web of silk that houses several hundred leaf-eating Eastern tent caterpillars.By Amanda McNulty
The colors of this bird can range from pale pink to bright magenta, depending on age, whether breeding or not, and location. Unlike herons, spoonbills fly with their necks outstretched.By Rudy Mancke
By Miles Hoffman
“A” is for African Theological Archministry, Inc. (Oyotunji Village).By Walter Edgar
Mike Switzer interviews Dr. Laura Bogardus, a change management expert and CEO and co-founder of Noble Aim Consulting in Greenville, SC.By Mike Switzer
A native of Charleston, Charles “Pug” Ravenel was a graduate of Harvard and Harvard Business School. In 1974 he won the Democratic Party’s nomination for governor. However, the state Supreme Court ruled that he did not meet South Carolina’s residency requirements and he was off the ballot.By Walter Edgar
The wood that comes from our native black cherry tree, Prunus serotina, is the most prized in the forestry/timber industry. The wood has the beautiful deep red color valued by furniture makers, is strong, and is easy to work.By Amanda McNulty
To make an arrangement of a musical composition is to rewrite the composition for a new set of musical forces—to rewrite a wind quintet for string quartet, for example, or to transform a string quartet into a piano trio.By Miles Hoffman
This wasp is identified by the golden pubescence on its head and thorax, its reddish orange legs, and partly reddish orange body.By Rudy Mancke
Frustrated business owners are scrambling to find people to fill positions they lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, hoping to revive their businesses, but our favorite spots just don’t have the workforce they did before COVID. And many of those who are returning to these generally low-paying, high-traffic jobs are afraid of going back to work they n…
Mike Switzer interviews Brian Harmon, director of individual medical sales and operations at The Cason Group in Columbia, SC.By Mike Switzer
In the south, a fungal disease ruins its timber value, but to support wildlife, this tree should be tops on your list.By Amanda McNulty