This is the WCNC Quest 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.
|3:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
Tracing the development and technology of jet engines. Included: stealth technology.
|4:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The last 100 years of spy technology is examined, including code-breaking machines and satellite reconnaissance.
|5:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
“City Parks” examines some of America's metropolitan oases, including New York's Central Park. Also: comments from historians.
|6:00 AM||Mega Builders |
A construction project so massive it has come to be known as the Bangkok Mega Bridge, but it has not even been built yet.
|7:00 AM||Mega Builders |
|8:00 AM||Mega Builders |
|9:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The Massachusetts Central Artery-Third Harbor Tunnel project, an undertaking to replace Boston's highways with roadways that run underground and beneath the waterways.
|10:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The evolution of dirigibles and zeppelins. Also: modern uses in advertising and tourism.
|11:00 AM||Auction Kings |
A Rock-ola jukebox, a Ouija board and a restored jeep are featured.
|11:30 AM||Auction Kings |
Dinosaur excrement and a skull-shaped jadeite pipe are featured.
|12:00 PM||Auction Kings |
A Lomax trike and a handwritten poem from Jim Morrison of the Doors are featured.
|12:30 PM||Auction Kings |
A bull sack purse inspires mechanical bull rodeo. Also featured: a ship's binnacle and a vintage dive helmet.
|1:00 PM||Factory Made |
Questions are answered such as, "How does that little dab of cotton get on the end of the swab?"; "How is a pinball game wired to work for or against a person?"; "Why do tiles have to take a shower before they can go in a shower?"; and "Why is stretchy a good thing in bread dough?"
|1:30 PM||Factory Made |
|2:00 PM||Factory Made |
Saw blades; coffee; opalescent glass; LED street lights.
|2:30 PM||Factory Made |
Flashlights; school-bus seats; hockey sticks; insulated windows.
|3:00 PM||American Restoration |
A 1943 trap machine; a rusty yet rare pump.
|3:30 PM||American Restoration |
A 1915 cement gun; and a 1920s record player.
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