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.

11:00 PMPBS NewsHour 
12:00 AMAmanpour and Company 
1:00 AMFlavor, NC 
Recipes are prepared with ingredients produced in North Carolina.
1:30 AMNorth Carolina Weekend 
2:00 AMCook's Country 
Featuring oven mitts; green chile chicken enchiladas; and carne guisada.
2:30 AMGrowing a Green World 
3:00 AMThe Key Ingredient With Sheri Castle 
3:30 AMCook's Country 
Featuring oven mitts; green chile chicken enchiladas; and carne guisada.
4:00 AMGrowing a Green World 
4:30 AMTexas Parks and Wildlife 
The history at Chimney Creek Ranch is honored.
5:00 AMBBC World News    new  
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
5:30 AMAmanpour and Company 
6:30 AMSit and Be Fit 
Working the sensory and lymphatic systems. Also: a cross and open pattern for a brain.
7:00 AMClassical Stretch by Essentrics 
An intermediate workout designed to stretch and strengthen the entire body and also improve posture.
7:30 AMWai Lana Yoga 
Open the shoulders, strengthen the arms and tighten the buttocks in this invigorating twist.
8:00 AMFamily Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South 
8:30 AMIn Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs 
Chef Charlie Trotter makes seared scallops, warm peach soup and a trio of sorbets.
9:00 AMFlavor, NC 
Recipes are prepared with ingredients produced in North Carolina.
9:30 AMThe Key Ingredient With Sheri Castle 
10:00 AMCook's Country 
Featuring oven mitts; green chile chicken enchiladas; and carne guisada.
10:30 AMGrowing a Green World 
11:00 AMNorth Carolina Weekend 
11:30 AMWild Travels 
Host Will Clinger witnesses one of the first Beard and Moustache Competitions where women have their own category (the Whiskerinas); enjoys America's oldest Mardi Gras celebration in Mobile; takes on the 150-ton tower of debris at the Cathedral of Junk in Austin; marvels at the mammoth collection of war memorabilia at Dragonman's Military Museum, and then watches the unusual and amusing breed of fainting goats topple over at a farm in Alabama.

How to Watch The North Carolina Channel

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