This is the WUNG North Carolina Channel 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.
|9:30 AM||Modern Pioneering With Georgia Pellegrini |
|10:00 AM||Reconnecting Roots |
Featured are homeschool coops, modern one-room schoolhouses, and a high school that might just understand the big picture.
|10:30 AM||Les Stroud's Wild Harvest |
Les Stroud and Paul Rogalski go on a culinary voyage within a burned forest.
|11:00 AM||Love Wins Over Hate |
Six individuals who went from agents of anger and bigotry to advocates for empathy are profiled.
|12:00 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|12:30 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|1:00 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|1:30 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|2:00 PM||The Circus: American Experience |
Conclusion. The colorful history of the circus.
|4:00 PM||10 Modern Marvels That Changed America |
A tour of 10 engineering feats in America, including the Erie Canal, Eads Bridge, Holland Tunnel and Hoover Dam.
|5:00 PM||Amanpour and Company |
Christiane Amanpour leads discussions about world issues and interviews with global leaders.
|6:00 PM||BBC World News America new |
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
|6:30 PM||BBC World News Outside Source |
|7:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.
|8:00 PM||Flavor, NC |
Recipes are prepared with ingredients produced in North Carolina.
|8:30 PM||The Farmer and the Foodie |
The season's final episode brings Maggie and Lindsey to the Western Kentucky town of Paducah, where they learn firsthand how the community is turning the problem of the invasive carp fish into an opportunity. Chef Sara Bradley of Freight House cooks carp for Maggie and Lindsey, sharing with them the many benefits of this misunderstood fish. Maggie joins local fisherman Marcus on his boat and helps to catch his daily carp haul, which Lindsey then fries and serves with a squash soup.
|9:00 PM||A Chef's Life |
Vivian learns about farm-raised oysters in the Southeast during a visit to Cedar Island; discusses with Ben opening an oyster bar across the street from Chef & the Farmer; and, with her father, orchestrates an oyster roast for the family.
|9:30 PM||Growing a Greener World |
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