Saturdays at 9:30 a.m and repeat Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
Fridays at 6:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Produced and hosted by Peggy Scott Laborde, this weekly program highlights our area’s arts and entertainment.
Fridays at 7:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Produced by Errol Laborde and hosted by Larry Lorenz, this award-winning weekly roundtable includes local reporters discussing the stories behind the week’s headlines.
Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. (Premiered 2006)
Premieres on WYES Wednesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m.
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WYES’ NEWEST LOCAL DOCUMENTARY HIGHLIGHTS ONE OF NEW ORLEANS’ MOST COVETED FAMILY SANCTUARIES
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Celebrates black Carnival in New Orleans in all its riotous, colorful and spiritual glory. Produced by Royce Osborn. (Premiered February 2003)
Crabbing along the seawall, riding the Zephyr, dining at Bruning’s and Fitzgerald’s Restaurants, vacationing in Little Woods — just a few of the special memories shared in ALONG LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN. (Premiered November 15, 2007)
Celebrates the triumphs and tribulations of the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition, a veritable fantasyland containing plenty of New Orleans culture that was mised with international delights. (Premiered November 2003)
Focusing on Louisiana’s rich food heritage, this one-hour program explores South Louisiana’s traditions and ingredients that make up Cajun cuisine. (Premiered May 2011)
Enjoy fond memories of Mr. Bingle, downtown New Orleans Christmas decorations, rare snowfalls, and bonfires along the Mississippi River. (Premiered November 2006)
Faubourg Treme is a powerful testament to why New Orleans matters, and why this most un-American of American cities must be saved.
German New Orleans highlights German heritage in New Orleans. (Premiered August 9, 2004)
Growing Up in New Orleans looks back at New Orleans childhood experiences during the 1950s and 60s. Local personalities interviewed are Deacon John Moore, Charmaine Neville, Leah Chase, Dr. John, Tom Fitzmorris, Millie Ball, Keith Marshall, Frankie Ford and Bryan Batt. Producer and host is Peggy Scott Laborde. (Premiered November 20, 2008)
From Hurricane Camille to life on the beach, to recollections of growing up on the Gulf Coast and how gambling has changed the area, this one-hour documentary recalls the Gulf Coast from the 1940s through the 1960s. Produced by Stephen Tyler. (Premiered April 2002)
With a colorful history dating back to 1825, Jefferson Parish has grown from rural farming communities and wetlands to a thriving suburb. (Premiered August 2001)
Jewish New Orleans takes a lively look at the unique cultural expressions of Jewish life in the Crescent City. (Premiered Thursday, August 9, 2007)
Hosted and produced by Peggy Scott Laborde, this documentary recalls some of the more famous restaurants from the city’s culinary past. (Premiered November 2001)
Who invented the poor boy sandwich? Who put the sizzle in a classic New Orleans steak? Find out the answers to these questions and more. Producer and host is Peggy Scott Laborde. (Premiered November 18, 2009)
Filled with film footage and archival photographs, this one-hour program traces the history of local television from 1948, when Louisiana’s first station (WDSU-TV/Channel 6) signed on the air, to 1972, when Channel 6 was sold, and another station, WWL-TV, dominated in the competition for local viewers. Narrated by WWL-TV anchor/reporter Angela Hill. (Premiered August 2003)
Through the forests, rivers and lake front beaches, this one-hour special will introduce viewers to the people and places that embody the Northshore spirit. Produced by Terri Landry. (Premiered July, 2002)
Almost as entertaining as the TV programs they appeared in, revisit commercials from our yesteryear. (Premiered August 10, 2005)
Experience some of New Orleans ‘ favorite nighttime venues of the recent past. (Premiered November 18, 2004)
Whether looking for clothes, groceries, everyday needs or special occasion items, memories of shopping in New Orleans are among our fondest. Produced by Peggy Scott Laborde and directed and edited by Stephen Tyler. (Premiered November 2002)