The North Carolina Channel TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for The North Carolina Channel in the Raleigh

This is the The North Carolina Channel 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.

1:00 PMBig Pacific 
A look at life in the Pacific Ocean, which covers a third of the Earth's surface. First up: unanswered questions about the ocean.
2:00 PMThe Roosevelts: An Intimate History 
Teddy's progressive crusade splits the GOP. Later, he explores the South American jungle and campaigns for America's entry into WWI.
4:00 PMThe African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross 
Henry Louis Gates Jr. tells the story of African-Americans, beginning in 1500. Included: the first documented introduction of slaves to North America, which occurred in 1619 at Jamestown, Va.; the expansion of slavery during the 1800s.
5:00 PMAmanpour and Company 
6:00 PMBBC World News America    new  
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
6:30 PMBBC World News Outside Source 
7:00 PMPBS NewsHour    new  
A review of the day's news from the Public Broadcasting Service in the United States.
8:00 PMActually, Iconic: Richard Estes 
9:00 PMN.C. Legends of Broadcast 
9:30 PMNorth Carolina Weekend 
This series highlights travel destinations in the state.
10:00 PM 
10:30 PMNcimpact 
11:00 PMPBS NewsHour    new  
A review of the day's news from the Public Broadcasting Service in the United States.
12:00 AMAmanpour and Company 
1:00 AMFirst Language - The Race to Save Cherokee 
An effort to preserve the Cherokee language, which is in danger of dying out, is detailed.

How to Watch The North Carolina Channel

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