This is the South Carolina Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Hot Springs Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Celebrations |
Dishes including crawfish are featured.
|1:00 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Kitchen |
Traditional seafood boil; crawfish bisque; and fried lobster with cream dill sauce.
|1:30 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Celebrations |
Cajun fried frog legs; cracklins; catfish courtbouillon.
|2:00 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Kitchen |
Slow cooked roast beef po-boy, dressed with homemade mayonnaise.
|2:30 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Celebrations |
Buffalo Chicken Dip Stuffed Bread; Shrimp Remoulade Po-boy and Louisiana Seafood Pasta.
|3:00 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Celebrations |
Etouffee recipes are featured.
|3:30 PM||New Orleans Cooking With Kevin Belton |
Corn and crab bisque; shrimp étouffée; and pralines.
|4:00 PM||Kevin Belton's New Orleans Celebrations |
Pastalaya, Breakfast Jambalaya, and Jambalaya Stuffed Chicken Thighs are featured.
|4:30 PM||New Orleans Cooking With Kevin Belton |
Shrimp and andouille gumbo; Creole potato salad; and king cake.
|5:00 PM||The Lawrence Welk Show |
|6:00 PM||Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville |
|6:30 PM||Lost River Sessions |
The Great Peacock performs in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
|7:00 PM||Country Music |
Witness a vibrant era in country music, with Dolly Parton finding mainstream success; Hank Williams Jr. and Rosanne Cash emerging from their famous fathers' shadows; and Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings launching the "Outlaw" movement.
|9:30 PM||Music Makers of Gennett Records |
The unlikely story of the Gennett Recording Studios, where many of the greatest artists in American jazz, blues, country, and gospel music first recorded. The documentary traces the careers of early Gennett musicians, including Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington, and the singing cowboy Gene Autry, among other popular artists of the era, and features several of their rare 1920s recordings.
|11:00 PM||The Gennett Suite |
A performance by the Indiana University student jazz ensemble pays tribute to jazz age titans.
|11:30 PM||The Historic Attucks Theatre: The Apollo of the South |
The Attucks Theater turns 100 years old.
|12:00 AM||tasteMAKERS |
Cat heads to Chicago to meet Jenny Yang, the woman behind Phoenix Bean Tofu.
|12:30 AM||Food Flirts |
A melting pot of sweets and treats are uncovered in Cape Cod kitchens.
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