BTV launches November lineup

“Sometimes we’re accused of having a fondness for history here in Biloxi, especially on BTV,” William Sackett intones on BTV this month. “We’re guilty as charged. We love our colorful history and we share it here regularly to educate, to inspire, to entertain.”

Sackett’s voiceover introduces this month’s special presentation on BTV, yet another offering of the 1950s-era “Social Change in a Democracy.” The black-and-white program, filmed in Biloxi, airs at 8 a.m., 8 p.m. and 2 p.m. each day in November on BTV.

“All this month, as we celebrate Veterans Day, the 11th day of the 11th month, we salute all of our veterans,” Sackett says in his introduction. “We often hear that they fought for our freedom. But have we ever thought of just how important those freedoms are to our everyday life. And so, this dear friends, is your chance to once again see one of our cherished documentaries, yes, ‘Social Change in a Democracy’ is back on BTV for the month of November.”

Also airing in November: Replays of Biloxi City Council meetings, in the three-hour block at 9 a.m., 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. and a host of local programming, including updates from Keesler Air Force Base, the Biloxi VA, Biloxi Public Schools and the monthly infrastructure update.
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Cora’s is cooking on BTV

“Biloxi Cooks” checks out the board of fare at Cora’s, the restaurant inside the White House Hotel in Biloxi, this month on BTV. You’ll also learn about the restaurant and its namesake, as well as the history of the iconic hotel.

“Biloxi Cooks” airs daily at 7 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
See the Chow Chow recipe