Carolina Stories

Carolina Stories highlights the rich history of South Carolina.


  • A Look Back at NatureScene

    Carolina Stories presents "A Look Back at NatureScene."
  • A Better State of Health

    A Better State of Health: 100 Years of South Carolina Hospital Association.
  • Gullah Roots

    Explore the connections between Sierra Leone and South Carolina.
  • We Have a Story to Tell

    We Have a Story to Tell: 350 Years of the South Carolina National Guard.
  • Uncommon Folk

    Uncommon Folk takes a look at some of South Carolina's unique self-taught artists.
  • Carolina Caught

    Carolina Caught examines the challenges of South Carolina’s shrimping industry.
  • Southern Manors and Chapels

    Southern Manors and Chapels.
  • Hugo: Storm of the Century

    Hugo: Storm of the Century

About Carolina Stories

Carolina Stories highlights the rich cultural and historical landscape that is South Carolina. From the Upstate to the Lowcountry, the stories are as geographically diverse as their subject matter and they are all produced by ETV's production teams.

Latest Stories

The Scoop | Connections between New York and South Carolina?

A viewer by the name of Annette Geraghty posed a question to South Carolina ETV: "Are there any connections between the states of New York and South Carolina?" At first glance, it would appear that...

South Carolina ETV to premiere documentary film exploring history of South Carolina National Guard

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina ETV (SCETV) today announced the premiere of “We Have a Story to Tell: 350 Years of the South Carolina National Guard” – a one-hour documentary film exploring the...

Ghosts and Legends: ​Stumphouse Tunnel

​Stumphouse Tunnel was built in the 1850s in Walhalla, S.C. The tunnel was built to connect the railway between Charleston and Knoxville. The men who built the tunnel worked twelve hours a day, seven...

Ghosts and Legends: Old Exchange Ghost

Old Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon, Charleston, S.C. Isaac Hayne was imprisoned there in 1781. He was a very popular businessman, well-off, whom they led through the streets of Charleston, by...