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.
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 ...
Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
Historian and author Walter Edgar mines the riches of the South Carolina Encyclopedia to bring you South Carolina from A to Z. 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.
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. The program is a production of South Carolina Public Radio.
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.
State House Week, with host Russ McKinney, focuses on the House of Representatives and Senate sessions, House and Senate committee meetings, public hearings and other South Carolina Government events. This program is a production of South Carolina Public Radio
The WUNCPolitics Podcast is a free-flowing discussion of what we're hearing in the back hallways of the General Assembly and on the campaign trail across North Carolina.
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
Trey Gowdy former federal prosecutor and four term United States Congressman from South Carolina brings his one of a kind style to the podcast platform. Every week you’ll hear original commentaries and power player interviews. Don't be surprised if his former congressional colleagues stop by from time to time as well.
This edition of the South Carolina Lede for April 17, 2021, features: the latest on the viral altercation between a white Army officer and a Black man in a northeast Richland County neighborhood; a recap of this week's action in the state legislature; updates about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine from SC DHEC Director of Public Health Dr. Br…
An episode from WUNC's special audio series, Pauli, which explores chapters in the fascinating life of social justice activist Pauli Murray. | Learn more at wunc.org/pauli.By Leoneda Inge
South Carolina from A to Z: “U” is for United Citizens PartyBy Walter Edgar
Mike Switzer interviews John Gardner, founder and creator of ProDogTV in Greenville, SC.By Mike Switzer
This is one of Rudy's favorites.By Rudy Mancke
By Miles Hoffman
Mike Switzer interviews Jesse Shafer, a jazz musician living and creating in Charleston, SC. He’s also a senior at the College of Charleston, and his band, the Rooibos Quartet has a new album released by a New York City jazz label.
South Carolina from A to Z “T” is for Taylor, Anna Heyward (1879-1956). Artist.
A listener sees a luna moth as it is emerging from its cocoon.
By Miles Hoffman
On a new bonus episode available every Thursday, Trey answers listener questions about politics, ideology, life, and more. This week, Trey is asked why he left the United States House of Representatives, why lawmakers no longer discuss the national debt, and why he was inspired to write his most recent book, Doesn't Hurt to Ask: Using the Power of …
Mike Switzer interviews Ryan Ogle, tournament director for the PGA Championship coming to the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort May 17-23.By Mike Switzer
A listener sights a raptor in a tree...By Rudy Mancke
South Carolina from A to Z: “S” is for St. Helena’s ParishBy Walter Edgar
By Miles Hoffman
Host Dave DeWitt shares an episode of the WUNC Politics Podcast that explores the controversy over K-12 social studies curriculum in North Carolina. | Follow the show on Twitter @wunc.By Dave DeWitt
Synthesizing American history is not a simple exercise. What periods, figures, and narratives should emerge in public school classrooms, and who gets to decide? Republicans are decrying some educational standards as having a leftist bent, lacking patriotism. While educators, and advocates for a more complete narrative say we must trust the teachers…
A listener finds a skull with long canine teeth...By Rudy Mancke
South Carolina from A to Z: “R” is for Ransier, Alonzo Jacob (1834-1882). Lieutenant governor, congressman.
Mike Switzer interviews Roy Janse, a certified financial planner and managing partner at Goldfinch Wealth Management in Greenville, SC.By Mike Switzer
By Miles Hoffman
This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on the memory of a beloved friend who gave Trey and his family the opportunity to experience the majesty and tradition of Augusta National Golf Club. Trey discusses the tradition of the Masters, and the importance of friends and family. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC…
This edition of the South Carolina Lede for April 13, 2021, features: information about the education funding coming to the state; a look at Gov. Henry McMaster's executive order banning foster care homes from taking unaccompanied children found at the U.S. southern border; a global economic outlook from the recent International Monetary Fund meeti…
In his book, The Virtue of Cain: From Slave to Senator (2021, Rocky Pond Press), Kevin Cherry focuses on the short but extraordinary life of Reconstruction era Senator Lawrence Cain of Edgefield, South Carolina. Cherry, Cain's great great-grandson, also tells the contemporaty story of a family with Southern roots, long identified as having some Ame…
South Carolina from A to Z: “P” is for Palmetto BugBy Walter Edgar
Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, a serial entrepreneur whose insights are published online at Medium under the title “Control Your Destiny”. He is based in Greenville, S.C.By Mike Switzer
Luna moths are common in South Carolina, with two broods a year.By Rudy Mancke
On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for April 10, 2021, we break down the bills which moved from one state legislative chamber to the other during this "crossover week." Plus: a look at extra money lawmakers will have to budget with this year; the S.C. Ports Authority's record-breaking March; and much more.…
A trio of Republican state senators filed an anti-transgender bill at the state legislature this week. Another new proposal calls for political parties to get equal time in classroom lessons, and a powerful lawmaker backs legalization of medical marijuana. Clark Riemer and Aisha Dew offer analysis on some of the big political stories of the week.…
Host Leoneda Inge introduces listeners to The ARC of Justice, a special audio series from WUNC and the podcast Ways & Means, which examines the role of the U.S. government in creating the racial wealth gap between white and Black Americans. | Follow Leoneda on Twitter @leonedainge.By Leoneda Inge, Rebecca Martinez, Lindsay Foster Thomas
South Carolina from A to Z: “O” is for Old Brick Church (Fairfield County)By Walter Edgar
Mike Switzer interviews Megan Hughes, executive director of EngenuitySC in Columbia, SC.By Mike Switzer
This hawk is common in South Carolina's wooded wetlands.By Rudy Mancke
By Miles Hoffman
On a new bonus episode available every Thursday, Trey answers listener questions about politics, ideology, life, and more. This week, Trey weighs in on term limits as a cure-all for our political ailments, why he loves South Carolina, and how he thinks about changing his mind on major issues. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC…
Mistletoe is common in South Carolina.By Rudy Mancke
Mike Switzer interviews Srikanth Kodeboyina, founder and CEO of Blue Eye Soft Corporation in Greer, SC.