UNC-TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for UNC-TV in the Knoxville Area

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

7:00 PMMotorWeek 
7:30 PMThis American Land 
The Salton Sea is California's largest lake, but it's disappearing fast as farmers conserve water and shut down the runoff that has fed the lake. A project in Iowa shows how farmers can become leaders in the fight against climate change by adopting practices that sequester carbon in their fields. Landowners in Pennsylvania are managing their forests for diversity, providing better habitat for declining species of songbirds like the golden-winged warbler.
8:00 PMIslands of Wonder 
9:00 PMNOVA    new  
10:00 PMHacking Your Mind    new  
11:00 PMAmanpour and Company    new  
12:00 AMBBC World News 
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
12:30 AMPBS NewsHour    new  
1:30 AMBlack Issues Forum 
A series of panel discussions addressing issues concerning the black community.
2:00 AMIslands of Wonder 
3:00 AMNOVA    new  
4:00 AMHacking Your Mind    new  
5:00 AMSit and Be Fit 
Mary Ann kicks off with a variety of core strengthening exercises followed by a fast-paced circulation segment. A small ball is used to improve grip strength, reaction time, and finger dexterity. Weights are utilized to target muscles of the core, arms, and lower body while a large ball is used for standing balance work and pelvic mobility. Gretchen leads a stretch segment using a towel and Dr. Emily closes out with a balance homework exercise.
5:30 AMClassical Stretch by Essentrics 
Relieving shoulder pain.
6:00 AMBBC World News 
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
6:30 AMArthur 
Bailey goes missing; Muffy believes Fern must be upset over never winning anything, so sets out to give her a prize.
7:00 AMMolly of Denali 
Molly, Tooey, and Trini are convinced giant ice worms are responsible for a power outage at the Trading Post; and Tooey's newest dog Anka wanders off during a training run in the woods.

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