DocumentOur great state is known for many wonderful places, rich cultural traditions, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, and the source of a variety of products found nowhere else in the nation. This...
South Carolina from A to Z
Our great state is known for many wonderful places, rich cultural traditions, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, and the source of a variety of products found nowhere else in the nation. This Carolina Stories special takes a lighthearted look at favorite places and homegrown things, spanning the alphabet to showcase all that South Carolina has to offer.
Closed captioning has been provided for this broadcast program.
Did you know that there is a veritable treasure trove of information on South Carolina contained in South Carolina Public Radio's series, South Carolina from A to Z with Walter Edgar? From Caesars Head to Hilton Head, and from the Lords Proprietors to Hootie and the Blowfish, historian Walter Edgar mines the riches of the South Carolina Encyclopedia in one-minute increments! Explore them now! (And they're not bad for improving your vocabulary either!)
VideoA is for Ace Basin. Dean Harrigal, wildlife biologist, with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) talks about the Ace Basin. Our great state is known for many wonderful places...
VideoB is for Brookgreen Gardens. Helen Benso, VP of Marketing at Brookgreen Gardens, talks about this wonderful resource.
VideoC is for Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway. Narrated by Dennis V. Chastain.
VideoJoseph F. Collerd, Sr. Director of Marketing for the C.F. Sauer Company, tells us the history of Duke's Mayonnaise
VideoPotter Stephen Ferrell talks about the history of Edgefield Pottery.
VideoMayor Burley Lyons of Edisto Beach talks about the rich history and culture surrounding this wonderful area.
VideoJordan Franklin, manager at Falls Park in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, talks about this wonderful park.
VideoFrogmore Stew, also known as Beaufort Stew or Lowcountry Boil, is a delicious South Carolina meal. Chef Monty White explains the basic ingredients of this Lowcountry recipe.
VideoWhat is Gullah? Anita Singleton-Prather and Alphonso Brown explain.