This is the UNC-EX TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Raleigh. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|6:30 PM||Ncimpact |
|7:00 PM||Rick Steves' Europe |
A visit to the heartland of England, the Great Britain. Includes Oxford and Cambridge; the Blenheim Palace; Ironbridge Gorge and more.
|7:30 PM||Travels With Darley |
From crepes and cider to castles and beaches, Darley leads viewers through Brittany, France with locals as the guides.
|8:00 PM||A Chef's Life |
Part 1 of 2. Vivian visits Charleston, S.C., where she attends a wine and food festival and enjoys dinner at Frank Lee's High Cotton Restaurant. She also goes on a clamming adventure.
|8:30 PM||The Great British Baking Show |
Chocolate and orange tart; Swedish Princesstårta; mini sausage plaits; kouign amann; and two-tiered dobos torte with caramel.
|9:30 PM||A Taste of History |
|10:00 PM||Sara's Weeknight Meals |
Smoky fish chowder; and chicken shrimp, peanut and cashew stew.
|10:30 PM||Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television |
|11:00 PM||Islands of Wonder |
|12:00 AM||NOVA |
|1:00 AM||Hacking Your Mind |
|2:00 AM||Food - Delicious Science |
How the chemistry in food affects the brain and creates cravings.
|3:00 AM||Food - Delicious Science |
The science that makes food taste delicious. Also: the powerful effect it has on one's tongue and nose.
|4:00 AM||Exploring North Carolina |
This series examines North Carolina's natural resources.
|4:30 AM||Ncimpact |
|5:30 AM||The Future of America's Past |
Ed Ayers learns about the drama that led up to the outlawing of school segregation. In conversations with two of the student strikers, he discovers how black women activists defied the school closures by starting grassroots schools, and meets an author whose grandfather helped start a whites-only "segregation academy."
|6:00 AM||Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr. |
Henry Louis Gates Jr. reveals the unexpected family trees of Queen Latifah and Jeffrey Wright.
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