WUNE PBS TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WUNE PBS in the Greensboro/Surround Area

This is the WUNE PBS 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.

12:00 AMGarden Smart 
A container designer uses his home as a kind of showroom.
12:30 AMThe Best of The Joy of Painting 
An art-instruction series for wet-on-wet oil painting that focuses on landscapes.
1:00 AMArticulate With Jim Cotter 
Garry Trudeau and Joyce Carol Oates are spotlighted.
1:30 AMThe Laura Flanders Show 
The U.S. Senate negotiates a $3.5 trillion infrastructure package in the midst of another climate catastrophe.
2:00 AMExploring North Carolina 
This series examines North Carolina's natural resources.
2:30 AMA Chef's Life 
Vivian demonstrates rabbit processing during a visit to the Carolina Meat Conference; and is depressed at the prospect of losing a cherished staff member at the restaurant.
3:00 AMCarolina Outdoor Journal 
Fishing for puppy drum. Also: anglers discuss the need for sturdy tackle; seafood tacos are prepared.
3:30 AMDining With the Chef 
Hosts Yu Hayami and Patrick Harlan assist renowned Japanese chefs in preparing traditional dishes. Chefs Tatsuo Saito and Rika Yukimasa share some of their country's most beloved recipes that home cooks can follow in their own kitchens.
4:00 AMLidia's Kitchen 
Lidia teaches how to add elegant touches to weeknight meals, while still keeping them simple. Her fennel and Asian pear salad features caramelized fennel topped with slices of delicate pears and raw fennel, resulting in an elegant salad.
4:30 AMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
5:00 AMRick Steves' Europe 
A visit to Athens includes the Acropolis, the Parthenon and the National Archaeological Museum. Also: trips to Delphi and the Isle of Hydra.
5:30 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
Quebec City in Canada is toured in the Season 7 finale.
6:00 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
Part 1 of 2. The Season 8 premiere explores Taiwan via train. Included: the country's natural beauty, cultural richness, colorful history and creative spirit.
6:30 AMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
David Yetman examines how climate change affects Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Glaciers are melting and forests are drying in USA's largest National Park, threatening the region's ecological balance and the lives of people that live off its bountiful natural resources.
7:00 AMNorth Carolina Weekend 
7:30 AMOutside: Beyond the Lens 
The landscapes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains inspire a photographer.
8:00 AMJamie Oliver Together 
Jamie prepares a menu for his friends and family, a dynamite taco night.
9:00 AMSara's Weeknight Meals 
Sarah begins with a poor man's version of the New England lobster roll. A turkey burger is made juicy with the addition of spinach.
9:30 AMChristopher Kimball's Milk Street Television    new  
Christopher Kimball visits Japanese cooking instructor Sonoko Sakai to learn some of her favorite dishes to make at home. First, it's Japanese-style chicken and vegetable curry, taking inspiration from Sonoko's homemade curry powder blend. Then, Japanese milk bread is baked, a fluffy, slightly sweet, and fine-textured loaf. Finally, a quick side of daikon-carrot salad with sesame and lemon is prepared.
10:00 AMA Chef's Life 
Part 1 of 2. Vivian prepares a luncheon for 400 attendees at a symposium in Oxford, Miss.
10:30 AMKevin Belton's Cookin' Louisiana 
Sugar cane shrimp; short ribs on a herbed potato waffle; and cane syrup cake are featured.
11:00 AMCook's Country 
Featuring oven mitts; green chile chicken enchiladas; and carne guisada.
11:30 AMLidia's Kitchen 
Lidia loves southern Italy, and some of the Mediterranean staples are grown here in America. In this episode, she prepares a Southern Italian Style Bruschetta with something sweet, savory, and spicy.
12:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
A tour of Denmark's capital, Copenhagen. Included: its Viking history; a pedestrian boulevard; a hippie-squatter community; Tivoli Gardens, a full-time carnival.

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