This is the South Carolina Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Columbia Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:00 PM||Southern Lens |
|10:00 PM||Shakespeare and Hathaway: Private Investigators |
Frank and Lu try to help the suspect in the mayor's murder case.
|11:00 PM||The Forsyte Saga |
Fleur explains to Jon about their parents' history; and her father pressures her to marry Michael Mont. In other events, Jolyon is in ill health; and Annette is still having an affair.
|12:00 AM||My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas |
Chopped Parsley Salad and Yellow Split Pea and Herb Keftedes over "Married" Capers are prepared.
|12:30 AM||America's Test Kitchen |
Cooking techniques and advice are featured.
|1:00 AM||Simply Ming |
Chef Ivan Orkin joins Ming to make ramen.
|1:30 AM||Cook's Country |
Christie Morrison and Bridget Lancaster make a Double Crust Chicken Pot Pie. Ashley Moore makes Cowboy Cookies.
|2:00 AM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|2:30 AM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|3:00 AM||Flavor of Poland |
This is the birthplace of Poland, and its cuisine is as rich as its history; in the 17th-century, Greater Poland was described as a "land flowing of milk and honey." Aleksandra will take audiences on an exploration of the iconic historical points associated with the region, and samples the flavors associated with this most ancient part of Polish history.
|3:30 AM||To Dine For With Kate Sullivan |
Jake Wood, a former Marine who used his military training to create and lead a non-profit called Team Rubicon is spotlighted. He won the 2018 Pat Tillman award for service at the ESPY awards and has written a book "Take Command: Lessons in Leadership: How to be a First Responder in Business." Over burgers and beer and cheese curds, Jake talks about his passion to put Veterans back to work and harness their military training to serve and help those in disaster areas across the world.
|4:00 AM||This Old House |
|4:30 AM||Ask This Old House |
Richard teaches a homeowner in New York City how to clean her shower cartridge when it gets clogged.
|5:00 AM||Rick Steves' Europe |
Part 1 of 2. A tour of Venice, Italy, highlights the masterpieces of the Venetian Renaissance. Also: cruising the Grand Canal.
|5:30 AM||The Best of The Joy of Painting |
A super big snow-bundled country structure by Bob Ross.
|6:00 AM||J Schwanke's Life in Bloom |
|6:30 AM||Growing Passion |
|7:00 AM||Quilting Arts |
Julie B. Booth creates a talisman pouch. Susan Brubaker Knapp gives ways to use doilies and lace in quilt designs.
|7:30 AM||Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop |
The Season 1 finale features the Hudson River painters, including their history and techniques. Included: a visit to Olana, Frederic Church's Persian-inspired home and park; painting Church's panoramic vistas.
|8:00 AM||A Craftsman's Legacy |
African-American quilting traditions are explored. Included: colors; symbolism; and the history of African textiles.
|8:30 AM||Woodsmith Shop |
How to make a strong and sturdy bench in a weekend.
|9:00 AM||Ciao Italia |
Jasper White invites Mary Ann to lend a hand preparing two of his signature dishes; Golden yellow Fettucine with Mussels, Saffron, and Cherry Tomatoes, followed by crispy, crunchy Almond-Crusted Fish.
|9:30 AM||tasteMAKERS |
At Food Building in Minneapolis, makers are working to build a better food system. Here, Red Table Meat Co., Baker's Field Flour & Bread and Alemar Cheese craft products using locally-sourced ingredients and the chefs at Kieran's Kitchen pull these artisan creations together on the plate, completing the circle by connecting the makers with consumers.
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