UNC-TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for UNC-TV in the Greensboro/Surround Area

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

3:00 AMThe Longevity Paradox with Steven Gundry, MD 
Dr. Gundry shares an easy approach to help everybody feel better and more youthful, at any age.
4:30 AMJFK: The Lost Inaugural Gala 
Frank Sinatra, Ethel Merman, Harry Belafonte, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Gene Kelly are among the performers in this 1961 gala celebratng the president inauguration of John F. Kennedy.
6:00 AMBBC World News 
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
6:30 AMArthur 
D.W. eats a green potato chip and thinks it's going to kill her. Later, her mom won't stop talking about the funny incident.
7:00 AMCurious George 
Hundley has a tough choice to make: looking after the lobby or caring for a caterpillar; a snowstorm threatens Bill's chances of winning a newspaper-delivery award.
7:30 AMWild Kratts 
The Kratts lose some hispid hares in a wintry North American forest before they can return them to Asia. As a result, they utilize the winter adaptations and strategies of the snowshoe hare and lynx to locate the critters.
8:00 AMHero Elementary 
The young heroes must find a way to restore a frozen lake back to its original, liquid state.
8:30 AMMolly of Denali 
Molly and Tooey find a frog, and Molly decides to keep it as a pet until she realizes that frogs are more high maintenance than she thought; Molly and Tooey have been learning about petroglyphs, ancient stone-carvings, and can't wait to see them in real life on their trip to Sitka, but when they arrive at the beach supposedly covered in petroglyphs, all they see is water.
9:00 AMXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 
Inspired by the best-selling kids book series, Ordinary People Change the World, by New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos.
9:30 AMLet's Go Luna! 
In Sydney, Carmen misplaces a didgeridoo she's borrowed from a friend and learns that making a new one is not as easy as it looks; and Leo wants to ride with his favorite cowboy uncle in Sydney, but first must overcome his secret fear of horses.
10:00 AMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
Daniel isn't sure he wants to share a new toy with his friends; Daniel and Katerina share a tutu in order to put on a Jungle Dance show with their friends.
10:30 AMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
Daniel performs a good deed, which causes a chain reaction of kindness throughout the neighborhood.
11:00 AMSesame Street 
It's New Year's Eve on Sesame Street, and Rosita and Telly try to help Elmo stay awake until the new year so that he can celebrate with his friends.
11:30 AMPinkalicious & Peterrific 
Peter thinks he's too short to do fun activities, so he makes shoes that let him jump really high.
12:00 PMDinosaur Train 
Tiny and Mikey take the Dinosaur Train to Jurassic China to find the tiniest dinosaur of all.
12:30 PMThe Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 
Nick and Sally tour a rain forest with Cat and later meet a snake that sheds its skin whenever it gets too small for it.
1:00 PMSesame Street 
It's New Year's Eve on Sesame Street, and Rosita and Telly try to help Elmo stay awake until the new year so that he can celebrate with his friends.
1:30 PMNature Cat 
Fred, a house cat, explores the great outdoors.
2:00 PMChristopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 
Dishes such as Potato Gnocchi, Lamingtons, and Green with Pancetta Vinaigrette are prepared.
2:30 PMtasteMAKERS 
Atlantic Sea Farms partners with lobstermen up and down the rocky coast of Maine to farm kelp in the region's icy waters. The cultivation of this fast-growing, highly nutritious sea vegetable is creating new economic opportunities for fisheries in Maine while also benefiting the ocean. As kelp grows, it pulls in carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorous and it outputs oxygen. Plus, it's delicious and chefs are finding creative ways to incorporate kelp into their menus.
3:00 PMBest of Sewing With Nancy 
Nancy Zieman addresses basic border options with ideas for cutting, mitering, working with odd angles, flanges, and cornerstones. She includes pieced border techniques that are simple, yet inspiring, such as piano key, scrappy checkerboard, and 4-patch.

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