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.
|8:30 AM||Ncimpact |
|9:00 AM||North Carolina Bookwatch |
|10:00 AM||Texas Parks and Wildlife |
The biologists are introduced. The science that helps support wildlife in Texas is shown.
|10:30 AM||The Daytripper |
The viewer's told Chet to trip to Wichita Falls and he isn't disappointed. He climbs the "World's Littlest Skyscraper," mountain bikes the urban trails, and eats some "red tacos" washed down with a "red draw."
|11:00 AM||Reel South |
A shooting in 1979 ignites hostilities against Vietnamese refugee fishermen along the Gulf Coast.
|12:00 PM||Animal Babies: First Year on Earth |
How animal babies learn to understand their surroundings.
|1:00 PM||Spy in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries |
A visit to the Northern Hemisphere, where the spy creatures learn how animals move, feed and fight.
|2:00 PM||Autumnwatch New England |
The colorful autumn landscapes of New England are featured.
|3:00 PM||History Detectives |
A recording that may come from the trial of "Tokyo Rose," Iva Toguri; a possible photograph of Crazy Horse. Also: the diary of a WWII pilot who perished in action is returned to his family.
|4:00 PM||Africa's Great Civilizations |
Conclusion. The impact of the Atlantic trading world, which fueled the rise of new kingdoms as well as the transatlantic slave trade, is recalled. Also: the 19th-century scramble by European powers for Africa's riches; and the defiant stand of Ethiopia.
|5:00 PM||Amanpour and Company new |
|6:00 PM||BBC World News America new |
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
|6:30 PM||BBC World News Outside Source |
|7:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|8:00 PM||America's Heartland |
New research shows Washington State farmers how to grow more wheat with less water. Apples in New Jersey are featured. Knowledge about turkeys is presented.
|8:30 PM||Modern 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.
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