This is the UNC-EX TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Roanoke. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:30 PM||Simply Ming |
Chef Tsai goes big on the crab cakes.
|10:00 PM||The Legacy List With Matt Paxton |
Brian and Rebecca convert an elementary school near Charlottesville, Virginia, into a multi-generational home.
|11:00 PM||Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope |
A visit to Hong Kong highlights its Dragon Boat Festival, explores the dragon boat legend and shows how traditional rice dumplings are made.
|11:30 PM||In the Americas With David Yetman |
Excavations in Paquime, Chihuahua reveal a culture that is renowned for its designs 500 years before the Europeans arrived.
|12:00 AM||Garden Smart |
An expert presents his thought process for planning or installing a garden.
|12:30 AM||The Best of The Joy of Painting |
|1:00 AM||Articulate With Jim Cotter |
Natalie Merchant has experiences that are enough for several lives, and she has done it all in her own style.
|1:30 AM||The Laura Flanders Show |
A national uprising in the wake of George Floyd's murder pressures corporations and big banks to acknowledge their roles in systemic racism.
|2:00 AM||Exploring North Carolina |
This series examines North Carolina's natural resources.
|2:30 AM||A Chef's Life |
Vivian learns about farm-raised catfish; and a staff member's last day at the restaurant arrives.
|3:00 AM||Carolina Outdoor Journal |
|3:30 AM||Dining With the Chef |
|4:00 AM||Lidia's Kitchen |
Lidia makes a roasted chicken with pomegranate and a chocolate ricotta cheesecake.
|4:30 AM||America's Test Kitchen |
|5:00 AM||Rick Steves' Europe |
A visit to Istanbul. Included: a tour of the Grand Bazaar; the ruins of Byzantium; the Hagia Sophia; Blue Mosque; and Topkapi Palace.
|5:30 AM||Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope |
A tour of South Korea spotlights Seoul, including its five royal palaces, traditional markets, shopping malls, Buddhist temples and historic neighborhoods. Also: an excursion to the Korean Demilitarized Zone, which separates the country from North Korea.
|6:00 AM||Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope |
A tour of San Francisco highlights six of the city's neighborhoods.
|6:30 AM||In the Americas With David Yetman |
Native cultures view snakes as spiritually significant elements of nature.
|7:00 AM||North Carolina Weekend |
|7:30 AM||Wild Travels |
Host Will Clinger attends the Pierogi Fest in Whiting Indiana and met some interesting people. He joins the fun and enjoys throwed rolls in Lambert's Cafe in Alabama. In Tombstone Arizona, Will gets engrossed in a performance in Bird Cage theater. He also visits the National Wildlife Repository near Denver and learned about illegal products made from carcasses of endangered animals.
|8:00 AM||Jamie Oliver Together |
Chef Jamie Oliver prepares some classic picnic treats, which he elevated to the next level. He makes prawn cocktails with lemon-avocado sauce in jam jars, as well as two different kinds of veggie quiches with couscous salad. For dessert, he whips up a tangerine drizzle cake.
|9:00 AM||Sara's Weeknight Meals |
Sara learns how to prepare a classic homemade ravioli from an Italian chef in Tuscany. The recipe calls for a lot of chianti, asparagus, and goat cheese. Sara will then take the inspiration and make a hack version of the dish in her kitchen in America.
|9:30 AM||Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television new |
Three recipes are taught that are inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean. First, Provençal braised chicken is made, elevated by fresh fennel, white wine, orange zest, and saffron. Then, Sardinian herb soup with fregola and white beans is prepared, a hearty and herbal dish introduced by Chef Luigi Crisponi. Finally, it's a Spanish shrimp and chickpea stew where a combination of smoked and sweet paprika adds deep color and earthy complexity.
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