UNC-EX TV Guide Listings

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

This is the UNC-EX 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.

4:30 AMKen Burns: The Civil War 
An in-depth look at Ken Burns' iconic "Civil War" series, featuring insights from Ken Burns, Geoffrey Ward, Ric Burns and Buddy Squires.
6:00 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
A tour of Northeast Ontario explores aboriginal culture via a pow wow on Manitoulin Island; a hike along the Niagara Escarpment; an aboriginal feast; and a Roman Catholic church that incorporates aboriginal symbols, traditions and beliefs.
6:30 AMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
A visit to Peru. Included: a ride on a train from Lima to Huancayo, an indigenous city that's 16,000 feet above sea level on the altiplano of the Andes.
7:00 AMNorth Carolina Weekend 
This series highlights travel destinations in the state.
7:30 AMBurt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 
Burt Wolf researches the decisions that resulted in the Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
8:00 AMThe Great British Baking Show 
The remaining bakers are tasked with baking rye bread rolls; ciabatta loaves; and filled centerpiece loaves.
9:00 AMSara's Weeknight Meals 
The young farmer behind the farming vlog, ricefarmingtv.com; how to make a California roll; inside-out cucumber rolls; sushi burger; and peppery vegetarian rice.
9:30 AMChristopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 
Christopher Kimball travels to Bologna, Italy, to make two weeknight dishes with Chef Fabio Berti at Trattoria Bertozzi. He also speaks with travel writer Matt Goulding about the cuisine of Emilia-Romagna. Back at the kitchen, Milk Street Cook Catherine Smart shows Chris how to make simple and creamy pasta with zucchini, pancetta, and saffron. Then, Milk Street Cook Bianca Borges makes bolognese-style pork cutlets.
10:00 AMPati's Mexican Table 
Pati spends a day in Sonora's capital, Hermosillo, visiting some of the city's best culinary destinations. Featuring gigantic burritos at Do a Guille and a meat lover's feast with the owner of the popular restaurant Mochomos.
10:30 AMJoanne Weir's Plates and Places 
Joanne and her students take a class with Chef Popi, who shares her secrets on making her specialty, classic moussaka, on the Greek island of Syros.
11:00 AMCook's Country 
Christie Morrison and Bridget Lancaster make the ultimate Triple-Chocolate Sticky Buns.
11:30 AMLidia's Kitchen 
12:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
A visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland includes stops at the Antrim Coast, an Ulster amusement area and the county of Derry.
12:30 PMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
A visit to the Thousand Islands, which are situated on the St. Lawrence River between Ontario and New York, spotlights farmers markets; millionaire castles; kayak excursions; UNESCO Biosphere Reserves; family farms; and restaurants.
1:00 PMAmerica's Heartland 
An Indiana dad returns to his son's farm; American wheat travels to Africa; and Idaho barley makes unique beers.
1:30 PMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
The Season 1 finale visits the Peruvian highlands, where Indians outnumber non-Indians. Included: the Quechua people.
2:00 PMNorth Carolina Weekend 
This series highlights travel destinations in the state.
2:30 PMBurt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 
Burt Wolf researches the decisions that resulted in the Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
3:00 PMP. Allen Smith's Garden Home 
Flowers are spotlighted.
3:30 PMGrowing a Green World 
4:00 PMA Chef's Life 
Vivian and Ben rebuild their restaurant; and take their twins on a strawberry-picking excursion. Also: Vivian and a friend create a recipe for coconut cornbread strawberry shortcake with basil whipped cream.
4:30 PMModern Pioneering With Georgia Pellegrini 
Georgia visits Tuscany to get back to her own roots and learn about the generations of families who are carrying on their family's traditions, some for centuries. She goes truffle hunting, learns to make fresh pasta, how to taste wine, and samples the incredible cheeses from the sheep grazing in front of her - experiencing the true value in living off the land.
5:00 PMKitchen Queens: New Orleans 
Jalapeno and sweet corn hush puppies are served as well as deep-fried chicken wings and apple pie bread pudding.

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