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|3:00 AM||David Holt's State of Music |
The Season 2 finale features Rhiannon Giddens, Balsam Range, Josh Goforth and the Branchettes in performance at the Bardo Arts Center of Western Carolina University.
|4:00 AM||Reel South |
A Southern belle's journey from romance to revolution to First Lady of Costa Rica.
|5:00 AM||BBC World News |
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
|5:30 AM||Amanpour and Company |
|6:30 AM||Ask This Old House |
The differences between water filters; and different ways to locate studs in a wall. Also: removing a tree that's leaning toward a house; and installing a smart garage door opener.
|7:00 AM||Flavor, NC |
Recipes are prepared with ingredients produced in North Carolina.
|7:30 AM||Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking |
Pete Evans and Cef Alex Thomopoulos prepare Portuguese dishes in Lisbon, Portugal.
|8:30 AM||Growing a Greener World |
The private garden of professional horticulturists is visited.
|9:00 AM||Carolina Outdoor Journal |
Tips on hunting, fishing and game cooking in North Carolina.
|9:30 AM||Fishing Behind the Lines |
Host Don Meissner takes guest John Williams to Fobare's Lake in Chase Mills, N.Y., along with boatsman Rust Eddy and John's friend Melissa Schulenberg, to find bass. John talks about growing up in Texas; his career as a Black Hawk helicopter mechanic stationed at Fort Drum, N.Y.; and his impending deployment to the Middle East.
|10:00 AM||Citizen Soldier |
|10:30 AM||MotorWeek |
|11:00 AM||At-Home Learning |
Curriculum-based program for South Carolina's pre-K through 12th grade students.
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