Produced by WLAE:
Spiritual Retreats are an integral part of finding God and incorporating Him into your everyday life. This documentary highlights the history of the Retreat and its effects on the lives and the culture of South Louisiana.
A Legacy of love: Henriette Delille and The sisters of the holy family
Nearly 175 years ago in New Orleans…years before the civil war…three young free women of color stood up. Not for freedom…not for prosperity…not for themselves. They stood up to kneel down…to serve at the feet of Jesus. They just wanted to be nuns.
Fats Domino: Walkin’ Back To New Orleans
Like most New Orleanians, even at the height of his fame, the legendary piano man never wanted to leave the city he loved. Not even when faced with a one-hundred year storm. And so he didn’t.
The Covington Movie
Founded on July 4, 1813, The City of Covington is celebrating its bicentennial this summer. To help commemorate this special occasion, WLAE-TV is producing the documentary film, The Story of Covington: A 200 Year Journey.
Glory Days: The Catholic League Of New Orleans
In a city where prep sports captures the headlines and the attention of fans, no league has had more of an impact over the years than the Catholic League of New Orleans.
Go Coast Louisiana
Life in Louisiana. There’s only one way to live it.
Fridays at 9:30pm
Sundays at 8:30pm
Mondays at 1:00pm
A Tribute to Toussaint
Allen Toussaint is one of music’s most prolific songwriters and producers — A man revered in the music world as one of the most influential artists to ever take the stage.
Praying for a Miracle: The Catholic Church & The Battle of New Orleans
During the night of January 7th in 1815, Andrew Jackson and his relatively small band of soldiers organized their defenses against the large, very well equipped British army which would attack the city of New Orleans…
Ordinary People Extraordinary Gifts ~ The Road to Sainthood
They are names whispered in prayers…said softly in times of anguish. People long gone…but long remembered for their devotion to God.
The Daily Mass
Celebrate the Catholic Mass from the historic St. Louis Cathedral located in Jackson Square in New Orleans.
APPETITE FOR LIFE
Host Tim McNally explores wine, spirits and dining in New Orleans with guests from around the world. Learn how to make unique cocktails, the latest trends in wine or what to eat at the hot spots around town.
Join actor and media personality John “Spud” McConnell for his new weekly talk & variety show starting June 3rd.
Affordable Housing Matters
The Television Program and digital media initiative that is helping Metro New Orleans residents obtain quality affordable housing.
Prime Time Sports
with Scott Alexander
A new weekly sports show created to entertain and inform the average sports fan. Host Scott Alexander invites athletes and personalities from the local and national sports scene to discuss what is going on in the world of sports.
New Orleans Living
A weekly program featuring local non-profit organizations and the good works performed in our community.
Wednesdays 7:00 – 7:30pm
Doctors of New Orleans
This weekly call in program features medical stories from around the region with live viewer question and answers from a doctor or medical expert in the studio.
Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:00pm
with Ed Marshall
Join host Ed Marshall and financial experts as they educate and inform viewers on money matters ranging from savings accounts and school loans to 401k’s and home mortgages.
Wednesdays 7:30 – 8:00pm
Inside New Orleans Sports
A look inside New Orleans Sports, with Eric Asher.
Hosted by radio host, Jeff Crouere, this weekly program features interviews and discussion with politicians and community activists.
Our Schools, Our Future
A monthly 30-minute television program highlighting Catholic Schools, students and activities in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
Airport Alive is a 30 minute television program highlighting information about Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The program host is well known New Orleans iconic news anchor and beloved media personality, Angela Hill.