South Carolina Channel TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for South Carolina Channel in the Bat Cave Area

This is the South Carolina Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Bat Cave Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

4:30 PMtasteMAKERS 
In St. Louis, Matt Lebon of Custom Foodscaping builds permaculture food forests, focusing on native plants and resource management to create bountiful urban harvests.
5:00 PMWild Travels 
Will Clinger gets righteously hammered at a Pittsburgh church converted into a microbrewery; solves forensic puzzles while observing the Nutshell Dioramas of Unexplained Death in Baltimore; samples the "Kitty Piddle," "Monster Mucus" and "Bacon" flavors from among the 700 carbonated beverages at Pops 66 Soda Ranch near Oklahoma City; and then covers his ears as the engines roar at Orlando Speedway's Test 'n Tune Night.
5:30 PMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
Joseph explores Taiwan's cultural mountain villages.
6:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
Conclusion. In Paris, stops include the Cluny Museum; Sainte-Chapelle; and Père Lachaise Cemetery. Also: the Parisian café scene.
6:30 PMMy Greek Table With Diane Kochilas 
The island of Crete is featured. Recipes include stuffed tomatoes, peppers and grape leaves; succulent grilled lamb chops; giant beans with grape leaf pesto; and wild greens omelet.
7:00 PMSteven Raichlen's Project Smoke 
Pastrami bacon; cider-brined pork chops; Yankee porchetta (“pork and beans”); bacon-wrapped onion rings.
7:30 PMPati's Mexican Table 
A visit to Izamal, a city in Yucatán where the buildings are painted gold, spotlights a Franciscan monastery built on top of a Mayan temple; and features a jeweler who makes jewelry from plants that he grows. Also: sampling venison tacos and poc chuc.
8:00 PMThis Week in South Carolina 
A public affairs program that features state political leaders, newsmakers and policy makers.
8:30 PMPalmetto Scene 
A newsmagazine focusing on issues relevant to South Carolina residents.
9:00 PMA Baby Story 
A couple expect a son after two unsuccessful pregnancies.
9:30 PMCarolina Business Review 
Financial issues of interest to North and South Carolina residents are examined, including current business activities, real estate developments, and trade and commerce news.
10:00 PMBetween the Covers 
10:30 PMArticulate With Jim Cotter 
Daniel Libeskind believes that architecture is, fundamentally, an act of optimism and of selflessness. Missy Mazzoli is a trailblazer- undeterred by obstacles, undaunted by the salacious. For more than seven decades, Elliott Erwitt has been lauded for his humor and visual wit.
11:00 PMDeath in Paradise 
A birdwatcher is murdered in the Saint-Marie jungle.
12:00 AMMy Greek Table With Diane Kochilas 
The island of Crete is featured. Recipes include stuffed tomatoes, peppers and grape leaves; succulent grilled lamb chops; giant beans with grape leaf pesto; and wild greens omelet.
12:30 AMChristopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 
Japanese cuisine is featured. Included: Japanese fried chicken{/; Japanese potato salad; and sweet-and-spicy ginger green beans. Also: kitchen cabinet essentials.
1:00 AMSteven Raichlen's Project Smoke 
Pastrami bacon; cider-brined pork chops; Yankee porchetta (“pork and beans”); bacon-wrapped onion rings.
1:30 AMPati's Mexican Table 
A visit to Izamal, a city in Yucatán where the buildings are painted gold, spotlights a Franciscan monastery built on top of a Mayan temple; and features a jeweler who makes jewelry from plants that he grows. Also: sampling venison tacos and poc chuc.
2:00 AMPati's Mexican Table 
2:30 AMPati's Mexican Table 
Pati visits Altata with locals and chefs as the town embarks on a journey to reinvent itself.
3:00 AMCiao Italia 
Mary Ann prepqres Roast Pork Loin, Roasted Squash Sallad, and Sicilian Chocolate Spice Cookies.
3:30 AMtasteMAKERS 
In St. Louis, Matt Lebon of Custom Foodscaping builds permaculture food forests, focusing on native plants and resource management to create bountiful urban harvests.
4:00 AMA Craftsman's Legacy 
A visit with metalsmith James Gillaspie, who makes medieval-styled armor.
4:30 AMWoodsmith Shop 
How to make a storage cart for the kitchen.

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