North Carolina Bookwatch

North Carolina Bookwatch

Fridays at 9pm on UNC-MX

Sundays at 12pm, and Thursdays at 5pm on UNC-TV

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Join North Carolina Bookwatch on facebook!UNC-TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch is the state’s premier literary series, bringing the Tar Heel State’s best and brightest Southern writers to the small screen. In every illuminating interview, host D.G. Martin sheds light on authors’ lives, books and the state’s indelible imprint on their works.

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Upcoming Broadcast Schedule

January 3, 5, 9
Lee Smith, Guests On Earth (New Episodes begin!)

January 10, 12, 16
Elizabeth Spencer, Starting Over

January 17, 19, 23
Jeffrey Deaver, The October List

January 24, 26, 30
Jason Mott, The Returned

January 31, February 2, 6
Allan Gurganus, Local Souls

February 7, 9, 13
Wilton Barnhardt, Lookaway, Lookaway

February 14, 16, 20
Pat Conroy, The Death of Santini

February 21 & 27
Heather Andrea WIlliams, Help Me to Find My People *

February 28, March 6
William Chafe, Bill and Hillary: The Politics of the Personal *

March 7, 13
Lee Craig, Josephus Daniels *

March 14, 19
Jay Leutze, Stand Up That Mountain *

March 21, 27
Sheila Turnage, Three Times Lucky *

March 28, 30, April 3
Michael Parker, All I Have in this World

April 4, 6, 10
Marisha Pessl, Night Film

April 11, 13, 17
William Ferris, The Storied South

April 18, 20, 24
Robert Inman, The Governor's Lady

April 25, 27, May 1
Tommy Hays, What I Came to Tell You

May 2, 4
Elaine Orr, A Different Sun

May 9, 11, 15
Krista Bremer, My Accidental Jihad

May 16, 18, 22
Walt Wolfram, Talkin' Tar Heel

May 23,25,29
Wiley Cash, This Dark Road to Mercy

May 30, June 5
Drew Perry, Kids These Days

June 6, 12
Clyde Edgerton, The Night Train *

June 13, 15, 19
Ruth Moose, Doing It at the Dixie Dew

June 20, 22, 26
John Kasson, The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression

June 27, 29, July 3
Tom Eamon, The Making of a Southern Democracy

July 4, 6, 10
Peggy Payne, Cobalt Blue

July 11, 13, 17
Philip Gerard, Down the Wild Cape Fear

July 18, 20, 24
Tom Earnhardt, Crossroads of the Natural World

July 25, 27, 31
Alena Graedon, The Word Exchange

August 1, 3, 7
Larry Earley, The Workboats of Core Sound

Aug 8, 14
Ben Fountain, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk *

Aug 15, 21
Jill McCorkle, Life After Life *

Aug 22, 24, 28
Sarah Dessen, The Moon and More



* denotes a previously aired episode