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.
|7:30 AM||Ncimpact |
|8:00 AM||Carolina Business Review |
Financial issues of interest to North and South Carolina residents are examined, including current business activities, real estate developments, and trade and commerce news.
|8:30 AM||Firing Line With Margaret Hoover |
|9:00 AM||Washington Week |
Robert Costa and his team participate in roundtable discussions regarding major news events and public affairs.
|9:30 AM||Front Row With Marc Rotterman |
National political strategist Marc Rotterman discusses state and national politics.
|10:00 AM||NC Spin |
An array of panelists have a weekly roundtable discussion.
|10:30 AM||North Carolina Bookwatch |
|11:00 AM||Comic Culture |
|11:30 AM||Story in the Public Square |
Dr. Joseph Sakran and his experience with gun violence is spotlighted.
|12:00 PM||Carolina Outdoor Journal |
Tips on hunting, fishing and game cooking in North Carolina.
|12:30 PM||Fishing Behind the Lines |
Braving a winter storm to ice fish Oswego County, N.Y., on Lake Neatahwanta. Veterans Glen Van Hoesen and Justin Walts, as well as local fisherman Zach Stone, join Don on the ice.
|1:00 PM||Song of the Mountains |
Performers include Trinity River Band; and Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper.
|2:00 PM||David Holt's State of Music |
|2:30 PM||Bluegrass Underground |
Brothers Osborne perform.
|3:00 PM||The Kate |
Songwriter-producer Desmond Child performs many of his hits, including "I Was Made for Lovin' You" (KISS), "You Give Love a Bad Name" (Bon Jovi) and "Angel" (Aerosmith).
|4:00 PM||Austin City Limits |
Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys showcases his second solo album, "Waiting on a Song"; and Austin's Shinyribs whip up Texas country soul from its new LP, "I Got Your Medicine."
|5:00 PM||PBS NewsHour Weekend new |
|5:30 PM||Ncimpact |
|6:00 PM||Black Issues Forum new |
|6:30 PM||Blackademics Television |
Dr. Chang encourages charts her path from undocumented Guatemalan immigrant child to hyperdocumented.and influential college professor. Dr. Saenz offers a successful program for mentoring Latino males.
|7:00 PM||Holiday Handbells: The Raleigh Ringers |
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