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.

3:30 AMTrails to Oishii Tokyo 
4:00 AMSimply Ming 
Cooking at home with "Top Chef" Season 10 winner Kristen Kish, who's worked at high-profile restaurants across the country, including Menton in Boston and Arlo Grey in Austin.
4:30 AMYan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom 
Several of Chengdu's estimated 30,000 hot pot restaurants are visited. Martin also takes to the streets to ask people about their deep feelings surrounding this revered dish.
5:00 AMRick Steves' Europe 
Edwin Feulner.
5:30 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
A visit to Taiwan during the Taiwan Lantern Festival, a Chinese holiday that's more than 2000 years old.
6:00 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
A tour of the California coast visits the Getty Villa; Big Sur; Malibu wineries; Mission Santa Barbara; the Sycamore hot springs; Hearst Castle in San Simeon; and Point Dume State Beach in Malibu.
6:30 AMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
A visit to the Chesapeake Bay spotlights the threats it faces; and the efforts to restore it.
7:00 AMPainting and Travel With Roger & Sarah Bansemer 
Part 1 of 2. A fly fishing expedition in North Carolina. Also: painting a mountain stream with a fisherman.
7:30 AMDestination Craft With Jim West 
Designing the perfect indigo dye fabric; and learning the craft of origami.
8:00 AMWeekends With Yankee 
Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire; Rockport, Maine; and Acadia National Park.
8:30 AMBurt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 
Burt returns to the Palm Beach area of Florida, canoes along the Loxahatchee river.
9:00 AMGeorge Hirsch Lifestyle 
George makes a visit to Paumanok on Paumanok, which is the Native American name for Long Island and also the namesake of a world-class estate vineyard that has been farmed since the initial days of the region's wine production. In the kitchen, George prepares a prized picnic menu with wine-friendly hors d'oeuvres and sweets while sharing tips and insights on wine.
9:30 AMWild Nevada 
Chris and Dave dip into Utah and visit the historic Wendover Airfield before traveling to Wells in search of a nearby hot spring.
10:00 AMField Trip With Curtis Stone 
Cheese, wine, and steak lovers unite as Curtis and others from Maude travel to Spain's mountains. Excursions include goat milking, mushroom foraging with a Michelin-starred chef, and uncorking a 60-year-old bottle of wine housed in a winery designed by an architectural icon.
10:30 AMDining With the Chef 
11:00 AMNew Scandinavian Cooking 
The Season 5 finale visits the Cognac region of France. Included: oysters and mussels with herbs and cognac; and Norwegian salmon with warm grapes and crown dill.
11:30 AMChristopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 
Recipes for holiday entertaining are featured. Dishes include an Argentinian-Style Pork Loin and a French Walnut Tart.
12:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
The Season 9 premiere begins in Germany. Included: the port city of Hamburg; historic sights of Martin Luther and the Reformation (Erfurt, Wittenberg and Wartburg Castle); and the wine-loving capital of Franconia, W├╝rzburg.
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 PMNature 
The journey of a family of wild dogs in Zimbabwe. Included: rarely seen behavior, from tender moments with newborn pups, to the thrills of hunting wildebeest. Also: close encounters with their greatest enemy, the lion.
2:00 PMChanging Seas 
Flat fish and how scientist are studying its movements, habitat, and spawning behaviors.
2:30 PMExpeditions With Patrick McMillan 
The life that has developed along the New River, one of the oldest rivers on Earth, is explored.
3:00 PMEarth's Great Seasons 
The four seasons are spotlighted.

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