Produced by WLAE:
Before The West Coast
The City of New Orleans was very segregated until the late 1960's with evidence visible in schools, churches, public lunch counters, public buses and more. There were no Black elected officials until 1967. It was during this same year that all-black St. Augustine High School (St. Aug) won a Federal Court ruling on its discrimination case against the all-white Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA).
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.
Thursdays 4:00pm from St. Stephens
Health Line is a weekly half-hour medical program airing on WLAE-TV. The format is an interview or discussion of a medical discipline using video, graphics and photo images to help explain the topic. The Health Line franchise usually consists of different disciplines of doctors each presenting one program per month.
Replay: Sunday 6:00pm
Affordable Housing Matters
The Television Program and digital media initiative that is helping Metro New Orleans residents obtain quality affordable housing.
Inside New Orleans Sports
A look inside New Orleans Sports, with Eric Asher.
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.
Hosted by Charles Marsala, Celebrating Culture gives viewers the chance to explore and experience the stories of art, food, music, festivals and more across the state of Louisiana.
Sundays at 9:00pm
Coping During the Covid Crisis
Hosted weekly by veteran New Orleans TV journalist Jan Gross and University of Holy Cross Counselor Dr. Roy Salgado, this weekly program offers viewers coping tips for a variety of mental health issues confronting people during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and features interviews with various counseling experts across a wide scope of mental health issues.
Fridays at 8:00pm
Faith & Marriage Today
Hosts Jason Angelette and Dr. Mario Sacasa discuss the relevant topics and practical realities of faith, family and marriage.
Tuesdays at 8:00pm