HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – News 2 and the Today Show’s 3rd Hour will kick off the summer season with a reside broadcast from Hilton Head Island on Friday morning.
The day begins with a particular News 2 Today broadcast – that includes Octavia Mitchell, Josh Marthers, and Hanna Powers – on their street journey to Hilton Head Island starting at 4:30 a.m.
Our workforce will spotlight tradition, meals and every little thing that makes the Lowcountry stand out. Plus, they are going to chat with Al Roker, Craig Melvin and the workforce throughout our particular broadcast.
The workforce caught up with Charleston native chef BJ Dennis, who infuses the flavors and tradition of the Lowcountry and Gullah Geechee into delectable dishes.
Al Roker, Craig Melvin, Sheinelle Jones and Dylan Dreyer will showcase their journey to the Lowcountry when Today’s 3rd Hour begins at 9:00 a.m.
“We are so thrilled,” stated Al Roker in an interview with News 2’s Octavia Mitchell. “It’s our first big live remote since the pandemic. We are thrilled to be heading down to South Carolina. Of course, my compatriot, Craig Melvin, is always referring to South Carolina as “God’s country,” so we are able to’t wait to expertise it for ourselves.”
Dylan Dreyer may have particulars about an early morning expedition alongside the seaside the place she realized a couple of widespread customer to the coast – not vacationers, as Al Roker stated, however loggerhead sea turtles who usually nest this time of yr and shares how the ocean turtle patrols go to nice lengths to guard the species.
Plus, the Today Show crew will strive their hand at fishing. An area information will take them out on the water the place they are going to, maybe, catch some dinner.
Charleston native Charlamagne tha God will quiz Craig Melvin about his information of South Carolina and a few well-known cooks in each the Charleston and Hilton Head areas shall be readily available to share some Lowcountry taste.
Plenty of shock visitors may also be readily available for the published.
News 2’s Josh Marthers helped Al Roker and the Today Show final summer season as they set a Guinness World Record title by internet hosting the longest on-line climate reporting relay.
The Today Show made their strategy to downtown Charleston for a reside broadcast on the 14th annual Charleston Wine and Food Festival. Kathie Lee and different anchors showcased a few of the space’s culinary choices.
WATCH: Al joined Storm Team 2’s Rob Fowler from Harbour Town on Hilton Head Island in 2015 as a part of Rokerthon 2.