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.
|5:00 AM||BBC World News |
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
|5:30 AM||Amanpour and Company |
|6:30 AM||Sit and Be Fit |
A variety of exercises that improve function including a new exercise that uses the fingers and breath to control abdominal muscles.
|7:00 AM||Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique |
An all-barre workout to strengthen the entire body; and to make the feet light.
|7:30 AM||Wai Lana Yoga |
Backbend poses to strengthen the spine, stretch abdominal organs, and build stamina.
|8:00 AM||Beyond Your Backyard |
Erik learns about the French and Indian war and explores Pennsylvania's Cook Forest State Park.
|8:30 AM||Travels With Darley |
Michigan's Upper Peninsula is toured. Included: lighthouses, brew pubs and parks in Sault Ste. Marie, Mackinac Island and St. Ignace.
|9:00 AM||America's Heartland |
A summer farm school in New England is featured. Jason Shoultz unravels a mystery of meat. California nuns are joined in the tasty tradition of making olive oil.
|9:30 AM||Modern Pioneering With Georgia Pellegrini |
Georgia heads to South Carolina to meet the many talented artisans that define Lowcountry.
|10:00 AM||Reconnecting Roots |
A turkey hunt in Culleoka, Tennessee, and the National Bison Range in Moiese, Montana, are featured.
|10:30 AM||Les Stroud's Wild Harvest |
After a lucky find of a wild turkey in pristine condition, expert forager Les Stroud heads out with a local mycologist to gather one of the world's most sought after mushrooms; Matsutake, also known as "Pine Mushrooms". Returning with an armload of mushrooms, Les sits back while master chef Paul Rogalski blows his culinary mind with a simple dish of mushrooms on toast followed by turkey.
|11:00 AM||Farmers For America |
The story of young people who are stepping up. The average age of the U.S. farmer is 60. Half of America's farmland is going to change hands in the next 12 years. Twenty percent of food is imported.
|12:00 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|12:30 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|1:00 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|1:30 PM||Illustrative Math new |
|2:00 PM||Nature |
A look at tiny survivors of the animal kingdom.
|3:00 PM||The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross |
"A More Perfect Union (1968-2013)" chronicles the post-civil rights era, when African-Americans made great political and economic progress. Even as the black middle class was growing, however, the urban poor faced new social ills.
|4:00 PM||Latino Americans |
The post-WWII influx of immigrants from Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Dominican Republic is recalled.
|5:00 PM||Amanpour and Company |
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