UNC-EX TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for UNC-EX in the Bat Cave Area

This is the UNC-EX TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Bat Cave Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

5:30 PMDining With the Chef 
6:00 PMLidia's Kitchen 
6:30 PMCiao Italia 
Mary Ann's Farro cake is savory, not sweet.
7:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
Small European countries are visited, including Andorra; Liechtenstein; Monaco; San Marino; and Vatican City.
7:30 PMGrowing a Green World    new  
8:00 PMThe Key Ingredient With Sheri Castle 
8:30 PMA Chef's Life 
Vivian appreciates chicken as an ingredient, as the restaurant's new best-seller is a whole chicken, pounded and stuffed with broccoli salad; and a family friend serves fried chicken with a side of banana sandwiches.
9:00 PMKevin Belton's Cookin' Louisiana 
Beef tapa with sinangag, pork sauce piquant, and capital meat load with sweet glaze are prepared.
9:30 PMSimply Ming 
On the road in sunny Santa Cruz exploring fusion Mexican delicacies with chef Kendra Baker. Kendra visits her hidden secret, her favorite tortilla manufacturer located at a small market in a strip mall called El Pueblo Market. With tortillas in hand, they head to her restaurant Snap Tacos, where they make tacos two ways, Kendra makes a "Lost Island Taco" with pulled pork and snappy pineapple salsa and Ming makes vegetarian inside out tacos with "mucho queso" (lots of cheese).
10:00 PMLa Frontera with Pati Jinich 
Acclaimed chef and James Beard Award-winning host Pati Jinich travels from El Paso and Juarez to Big Bend National Park. She discovers the people, places and food -- from burritos to Middle Eastern cuisine -- that make this region unique.
11:00 PMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
A visit to Taiwan spotlights the Penghu archipelago in the Taiwan Strait, which is a chain of 64 isles and islets.
11:30 PMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
The Galápagos Islands are especially affected by climate changes. During El Niño years, the islands receive more rain and land critters prosper, but the water is warm, endangering the life of all marine creatures. During La Niña, rains are sparse, threatening terrestrial life, but the colder water brings bounty to marine creatures. It's a never-ending race to survive from one climatic extreme to the next.
12:00 AMGarden Smart 
A garden whose owner believed that those that cultivate the soil are among mankind's most noble.
12:30 AMThe Best of The Joy of Painting 
Bob Ross shares a distinct painting technique as he makes waterfall on black canvas.
1:00 AMArticulate 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 AMThe Laura Flanders Show 
2:00 AMExploring North Carolina 
This series examines North Carolina's natural resources.
2:30 AMA Chef's Life 
A new manager signs on at the Boiler Room; and a family reunion features home-cooked casseroles.
3:00 AMCarolina Outdoor Journal 
3:30 AMDining With the Chef 
4:00 AMLidia's Kitchen 
4:30 AMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
Bridget Lancaster makes a Pan Bagnat. Jack Bishop talks about shopping for tuna.
5:00 AMRick Steves' Europe 
Edwin Feulner.
5:30 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
The Temple Mountains of Angkor; the Mekong river valley.

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