UNC-TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for UNC-TV in the Grnvll

This is the UNC-TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Grnvll. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

6:00 AMKid Stew 
The kids get inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, Franz Schubert, author Brad Meltzer, the art of Cosplay, voice actor Zach Callison, a violinist, sport stacking, and Italian culture. Plus, breaking down a book, brain power, music, and "Kid Stew" Ewws.
6:30 AMElinor Wonders Why 
Ari is growing impatient waiting for Ms. Llama's famous ketchup, which won't come out of the bottle.
7:00 AMReady Jet Go! 
Mindy plans a tea party on the moon.
7:30 AMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
Daniel's appetite for vegetables is whetted when he helps care for the school's vegetable garden; Miss Elaina encourages Daniel to try new foods when she has dinner with the Tiger family.
8:00 AMCurious George 
George works as a stagehand for a play and finds himself working alone during opening night. Also: George weeds a chef's garden.
8:30 AMWild Kratts 
The gang tries to retrieve Aviva's family heirloom from a wild cat known as a caracal.
9:00 AMThis Old House 
Kevin finds Ron Peik's team removing asbestos. Plumber Ronnette Taylor will tackle the dormant pipes. Jenn and the homeowners visit a community garden. Architectural Historian Arthur Krim talks about 3 deckers. Tom pulls off the melted vinyl siding.
9:30 AMAsk This Old House 
Richard moves baseboard heat from one side of a room to another; Jenn explains the basics of selecting different species of arborvitae; Tom and Kevin build an outdoor bench that doubles as a cooler.
10:00 AMSci Nc    new  
10:30 AMExploring North Carolina 
11:00 AMNick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen 
Chef Nick Stellino traces his Sicilian roots through the region's classic dishes he grew up with. He demonstrates how anyone can easily replicate some of his special recipes such as mixed mushrooms a la Don Vincenzo, salmon with sauteed broccolini, and shrimp fume and saffron risotto with shrimp.
11:30 AMSimply Ming 
Critically acclaimed author and restauranteur Chef Joanne Chang joins Ming in his loft kitchen to cook with plums.
12:30 PMFiring Line With Margaret Hoover 
1:00 PMChristopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 
Christopher Kimball travels to Mexico City to make beans with Chef Eduardo García Guzmán. He also learns a quick recipe for tortilla soup and finds the best corn cake he's ever had.
1:30 PMChristina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board 
Featured are soba noodles with crispy seitan, fried tofu with black bean sauce on scallion pancakes, orange-balsamic tempeh over greens, salts, miso, soy sauce, beans as a protein source, and how to cook to digest easily.
2:00 PMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
Julia Collin Davison makes crispy chicken schnitzel.
2:30 PMCook's Country 
Test cook Christie Morrison makes a show-stopping Slow-Roasted Fresh Ham. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for inexpensive stand mixers.
3:00 PMPati's Mexican Table 
Alphabet soup; molletes, grilled cheese and bean heroes; pico de gallo salsa; and dulce de leche (cajeta) cheesecake.
3:30 PMNorth Carolina Bookwatch 
4:00 PMBlack Issues Forum 
A series of panel discussions addressing issues concerning the black community.
4:30 PMNcimpact 
5:00 PMWashington Week 
5:30 PMPBS NewsHour Weekend    new  
6:00 PMMidsomer Murders 
A saint's bones are discovered during an archaeological dig, causing a stir in the village of Midsomer Cicely. When the leader of the dig is murdered, Barnaby and Nelson soon realize that it's not only skeletons that have been long buried.

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