This is the South Carolina Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Myrtl Beach. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|8:00 PM||Making It Grow |
|9:00 PM||Expeditions With Patrick McMillan |
An exploration of Catalina Island highlights its unique wildlife and plants.
|9:30 PM||Growing a Greener World |
|10:00 PM||Born to Explore With Richard Wiese |
|10:30 PM||Beyond Your Backyard |
|11:00 PM||Weekends With Yankee |
|11:30 PM||Fly Brother With Ernest White II |
|12:00 AM||My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas |
Greek wines are sampled on the island of Santorini. Recipes include fava; sea bass with capers; roasted eggplant spread; and tomato keftedes.
|12:30 AM||In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs |
Jimmy Sneed prepares stuffed turkey legs with host Julia Child.
|1:00 AM||Sara's Weeknight Meals |
Egg-based dinner recipes. Included: Indian scrambled eggs; a BLT and egg pie; a souffléd omelet.
|1:30 AM||Taste of Malaysia With Martin Yan |
Martin travels to the scenic Cameron Highlands for farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, a colonial history lesson and the best cup of tea in Malaysia.
|2:00 AM||Pati's Mexican Table |
|2:30 AM||Pati's Mexican Table |
Pati travels into the mountains of Sinaloa to the tiny village of Jinetes, meeting the small population who live on whatever the land gives them.
|3:00 AM||Ciao Italia |
Dishes include: tuna-stuffed red peppers; baked chicken thighs; and herb salad with fresh melon.
|3:30 AM||tasteMAKERS |
Just outside of Phoenix, the Button family is cultivating a bean that nourishes the soul as well as the body. Ramona Button was urged by her community's elders to bring back the tepary bean, a nutrition-packed legume that has been cultivated by the Akimel O'odham people for centuries, but it was all but wiped out by the 1970s. Ramona and her family are cultivating tepary beans, heritage wheat and heirloom corn, sharing traditional food ways that feed their community spirit.
|4:00 AM||A Craftsman's Legacy |
How to craft a traditional bow.
|4:30 AM||Woodsmith Shop |
How to make a puzzle box.
|5:30 AM||The Best of The Joy of Painting |
Bob Ross shows how two beautiful mountain and evergreen oval scenes can be harmonized into one memorable masterpiece.
|6:00 AM||Make It Artsy |
Turning shot gun shells into jewelry; adding heat to encaustic wax to create special effects; making a pendant with resin techniques; and adding color to copper.
|6:30 AM||You Are Cordially Invited |
|7:00 AM||Knit and Crochet Now! |
This episode features Gansey inspired textures. Toni Lipsey begins with the Ashton Gansey Stole, a generous crochet wrap with cable work. In the Technique Corner, Lena Skvagerson is working diamond stitches for the 2nd crochet square for the Novo Block Afghan.
|7:30 AM||Painting With Wilson Bickford |
Easy-to-follow techniques of creating realistic birch trees.
|8:00 AM||American Woodshop |
How to make window casings and baseboard trim.
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