May 2021 program highlights 

Donkey Hodie beginning in May on PBS KIDS

This May on SCETV, a new PBS KIDS premieres: Donkey Hodie, a new puppet series for preschoolers. Plus, check out another brand new series presented by SCETV to PBS stations across the nation featuring Charleston entrepreneur, chef and mother, Carrie Morey in How She Rolls. 

The third episode of Sisterhood:  South Carolina Suffragists premieres featuring the Pollitzer sisters. 

Also, special programs honoring our military and veterans will air at the end of the month around Memorial Day. Learn more below and consult SCETV’s online TV schedule for more upcoming programs. 


A brand new PBS KIDS series premieres Monday, May 3! Donkey Hodie is a new puppet series for preschoolers from Fred Rogers Productions and Spiffy Pictures.  

Each episode follows the adventures of Donkey Hodie and her pals — Purple Panda, Duck Duck and Bob Dog — as they follow their big dreams and work together to come up with creative solutions to everyday problems. Kids will learn about perseverance, resilience and problem-solving, while enjoying plenty of silliness along the way. Airs weekdays at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on SCETV and at 4 p.m. on SCETV PBS KIDS. For more airtimes, visit and search “Donkey Hodie.” 



How She Rolls 

Series premiere Thursday, May 13 at 9 p.m. 

It's a full life, every day. Carrie Morey runs a growing business based on her mother's biscuit recipe. She does this from her kitchen, her car, food festivals, her daughter's volleyball games, and anywhere else she finds herself around Charleston. SCETV presents the 10-episode first season of How She Rolls


Sisterhood: South Carolina Suffragists - Clubwomen, The Pollitzer Sisters & The Vote! 

Episode 3 premieres May 20 at 9:30 p.m. 

As the National Debate for Suffrage came to the fore, Charleston sisters, Carrie, Mabel and Anita Pollitzer led and joined other members of local women's groups in pursuit of social and educational reform. The youngest sister, Anita Pollitzer rose to prominence in the more militant National Women's Party and is said to have helped influence Tennessee Senator Harry Burn, who cast the decisive vote for passage of the suffrage amendment in 1920. 


The Major of St. Lo 

Premieres Sunday, May 30 at 7:30 p.m. on SCETV 

Major Thomas Dry Howie (April 12, 1908 - July 17, 1944), a native of Abbeville, South Carolina, was a United States Army Infantry Officer and Battalion Commander in the 29th Infantry Division. He was killed in action during the Battle of Normandy in World War II while leading his unit’s effort to capture the strategic French town of Saint-Lo. He became immortalized as "The Major of St. Lo." 


National Memorial Day Concert 2021 

Premieres Sunday, May 30 at 8 p.m. on SCETV 

Tune in to the 32nd annual broadcast of America's national night of remembrance, honoring the military service of all our men and women in uniform, their families, and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. 

Note: programs often repeat at other times and on other channels. To view the full TV schedule, visit As the schedule sometimes is changed, confirm program times or on the SCETV app

 You can watch the program broadcast on SCETV or online with SCETV Live at the scheduled airtime. You may also find many of the programs on SCETV available at for online viewing for about two weeks after the broadcast.