Credit South Carolina Public Radio In this episode of Spoleto Backstage , Geoff Nuttall and Bradley Fuller revisit another unforgettable program from the past decade of the...
President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, March 2020
Dear Viewers and Listeners,
March starts out with an amazing array of Festival specials, including concerts by Duran Duran, Lionel Richie and Pink Floyd, as well as a 20-year celebration of Doo Wop specials and a musical tribute featuring songs of the women’s movement. Suze Orman gives tips in her Ultimate Retirement Guide; celebrity chefs discuss their favorite episodes from Julia Child’s French Chef; and professor Diamaid MacCulloch presents a sweeping History of Christianity. All of this and more are featured March 1-15.
Also this month, SCETV premieres our national presentation, Somewhere South. Popular Chef Vivian Howard (A Chef’s Life) returns to take a savory tour of Southern cuisine and traditions. Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators follows an oddball couple of private detectives who solve crimes in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Call the Midwife begins its ninth season, set in 1965, as the medics and midwives enter a bold and innovative era.
South Carolina Public Radio debuts Innovation Hub, a gathering of creative thinkers who explore topics ranging from education to science to transportation and more.
We hope you enjoy our programming this month; and we thank you for your invaluable support.
President & CEO
SCETV and SC Public Radio