The North Carolina Channel TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for The North Carolina Channel in the Bat Cave Area

This is the The North Carolina Channel 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.

7:00 PMPBS NewsHour    new  
8:00 PMNorth Carolina Bookwatch 
8:30 PMStory in the Public Square 
Dr. Michael Fine talks about healthcare in the United States. He argues that for patients and caregivers, issues like cost, access, and outcomes are real, they are present, and they often have life-and-death consequences.
9:00 PMMuse 
9:30 PMComic Culture 
10:00 PMArticulate With Jim Cotter 
Two artists are helping to reinvigorate the conversation about climate change by presenting its truth more...artfully. Brandon Ballengée's artistic practice and scientific research share a single purpose—to generate understanding and awareness of endangered species. Mira Nakashima continues her father's legacy as a master crafter of fine art furniture.
10:30 PMOn Story 
Tess Morris and Scott Neustadter discuss the impact of Nora Ephron's films and how her writing has influenced their own work.
11:00 PMPBS NewsHour 
12:00 AMNightly Business Report    new  
A long-running weeknight business-news magazine that includes market reports, company information, CEO interviews and economic commentary. `NBR' began as a local broadcast in Miami in 1979, and when it went national in 1981, its roster of commentators included future Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan.
12:30 AMBBC World News 
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
1:00 AMNorth Carolina Bookwatch 
1:30 AMStory in the Public Square 
Dr. Michael Fine talks about healthcare in the United States. He argues that for patients and caregivers, issues like cost, access, and outcomes are real, they are present, and they often have life-and-death consequences.
2:00 AMMuse 
2:30 AMComic Culture 
3:00 AMArticulate With Jim Cotter 
Two artists are helping to reinvigorate the conversation about climate change by presenting its truth more...artfully. Brandon Ballengée's artistic practice and scientific research share a single purpose—to generate understanding and awareness of endangered species. Mira Nakashima continues her father's legacy as a master crafter of fine art furniture.
3:30 AMOn Story 
Tess Morris and Scott Neustadter discuss the impact of Nora Ephron's films and how her writing has influenced their own work.
4:00 AMNorth Carolina Bookwatch 
4:30 AMStory in the Public Square 
Dr. Michael Fine talks about healthcare in the United States. He argues that for patients and caregivers, issues like cost, access, and outcomes are real, they are present, and they often have life-and-death consequences.
5:00 AMBBC World News 
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
5:30 AMNightly Business Report    new  
A long-running weeknight business-news magazine that includes market reports, company information, CEO interviews and economic commentary. `NBR' began as a local broadcast in Miami in 1979, and when it went national in 1981, its roster of commentators included future Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan.
6:00 AMAmanpour and Company 
7:00 AMOur State 
7:30 AMMuse 

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