The North Carolina Channel TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for The North Carolina Channel in the Greensboro/Surround Area

This is the The North Carolina Channel 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.

2:00 PMFarm and Fun Time 
3:00 PMPaul Thorn's Mission Temple Fireworks Revival 
Paul Thorn spotlights his "Don't Let the Devil Ride" album in this concert, which also features the Blind Boys of Alabama, the McCrary Sisters, trombonist David L. Harris and singer Bonnie Bishop.
4:00 PMAustin City Limits 
Thrill to an hour with Spanish singer, songwriter and dancer Rosalia. The Latin Grammy-winning Catalonia native performs songs from her album "El Mal Querer."
5:00 PMPBS NewsHour Weekend    new  
A summary of the day's national and international news.
5:30 PMNcimpact 
6:00 PMBlack Issues Forum 
A series of panel discussions addressing issues concerning the black community.
6:30 PMAmerican Masters 
The life of Miles Davis is explored through photos and interviews.
8:30 PMRed Power Energy 
The energy debate is examined from a Native American perspective. Included: whether energy development on tribal lands can empower a people.
9:30 PMTwo-Spirit Powwow 
How the Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits (BAAITS) has hosted an annual queer-friendly powwow since 2012, the first and largest LGBTQI-hosted one of its kind in North America. The film tracks growth from the modest one-room inaugural dance to the huge events now conducted at a massive venue.
10:00 PMReel South 
A fashion designer from the city discovers the beauty of living in the rural area of Ouachita Mountains.
11:00 PMNcimpact 
11:30 PMComic Culture 
12:00 AMBlack Issues Forum 
A series of panel discussions addressing issues concerning the black community.
12:30 AMAmerican Masters 
The life of Miles Davis is explored through photos and interviews.

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