This is the UNC-TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Charlotte Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|11:00 PM||Amanpour and Company |
In-depth conversations with thought leaders and newsmakers.
|12:00 AM||Ken Burns: Here and There |
A profile of the award-winning filmmaker looks at his craft, his work methods and more.
|12:30 AM||PBS NewsHour new |
|1:30 AM||The Keto Diet With Dr. Josh Axe |
Dr. Josh Axe shares cutting-edge health and nutrition advice based on his book, "The Keto Diet." Included: food and recipe options; and the benefits of the keto diet beyond fasting and weight loss.
|2:00 AM||Animal Babies: First Year on Earth |
How the babies learn to understand their surroundings in environments ranging from Africa to Sri Lanka to Iceland. The most basic tools for survival must be learned in their first three months to thrive and ultimately survive.
|3:00 AM||Pink Floyd: Live in Venice |
|4:30 AM||Andy Williams: Greatest Love Songs |
The romantic crooner's biggest hits and best-loved ballads are performed, including "Moon River," "Love Story," "Dear Heart" and "Born Free."
|6:00 AM||BBC World News |
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
|6:30 AM||Arthur |
Francine and Catherine have trouble sharing a room; and Arthur tires of losing games, so he decides to cheat.
|7:00 AM||Molly of Denali |
Molly and Tooey find a frog, and Molly decides to keep it as a pet until she realizes that frogs are more high maintenance than she thought; Molly and Tooey have been learning about petroglyphs, ancient stone-carvings, and can't wait to see them in real life on their trip to Sitka, but when they arrive at the beach supposedly covered in petroglyphs, all they see is water.
|7:30 AM||Wild Kratts |
The world of crocodiles is explored in the premiere of this nature series for children.
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