This is the The North Carolina Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Myrtl Beach. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 PM||tasteMAKERS |
Atlantic Sea Farms partners with lobstermen up and down the rocky coast of Maine to farm kelp in the region's icy waters. The cultivation of this fast-growing, highly nutritious sea vegetable is creating new economic opportunities for fisheries in Maine while also benefiting the ocean. As kelp grows, it pulls in carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorous and it outputs oxygen. Plus, it's delicious and chefs are finding creative ways to incorporate kelp into their menus.
|1:00 PM||Exploring North Carolina |
This series examines North Carolina's natural resources.
|1:30 PM||Expeditions With Patrick McMillan |
Patrick explores the Southern Appalachian mountain bogs in a race to understand this ecosystem on the edge.
|2:00 PM||Muse |
|2:30 PM||Story in the Public Square |
|3:30 PM||Firing Line With Margaret Hoover |
|4:00 PM||Front Row With Marc Rotterman |
National political strategist Marc Rotterman discusses state and national politics.
|4:30 PM||NC Spin |
An array of panelists have a weekly roundtable discussion.
|5:00 PM||PBS NewsHour Weekend new |
|5:30 PM||Washington Week new |
|6:00 PM||Classic Gospel |
|7:00 PM||Sun Studio Sessions |
Spotlighting The Trishas from Austin, Texas, an Americana band who blends country and southern soul with hints of bluegrass, laced with stunning harmonies. The ladies perform several songs from their record "High, Wide and Handsome," including fan favorite "Mother of Invention."
|7:30 PM||Echo Sessions |
|8:00 PM||Song of the Mountains |
John Berry performs.
|9:00 PM||David Holt's State of Music |
David meets the bluegrass women of Della Mae.
|9:30 PM||Bluegrass Underground |
Gregory Alan Isakov performs.
|10:00 PM||The Kate |
Kandace Springs and an all-female band bring a stunning mix of beauty, jazz, soul, and pop.
|11:00 PM||Austin City Limits |
Singer-songwriter H.E.R. performs selections from her self-titled album and numerous EPs.
|12:00 AM||Classic Gospel |
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