- UNC-TV Series
- UNC-TV Specials
- Programs A-Z
- Owning UNC-TV Programs
- UNC-TV Science
Heather Burgiss travels to Asheville to see how the Biltmore Estate compares to its fictional counterpart Downton Abbey, learns how the historic home has been restored, and tours two special Downton Abbey-related exhibits - one at Biltmore and one produced by Carolina Meadows.
A look at the NC Cooperative Extension's 4-H program. Derek Long goes to the mountains to check out a program bringing healthy eating options to the area as he continues his Fitness Files series. And May Chen gives us a preview of the UNC Minority Health Conference.
Another round of winter weather approaches the South with the potential for significant snowfall. Scientists are using drones to help in environmental research. The Produce Box delivers fresh local fruits & vegetables in several NC regions. And Bob Garner samples the history behind Brunswick Stew.
The Lexington Square-N-Aders preserve & promote the art of square dancing. Bob Garner showcases North Carolina's favorite food - barbecue. Plus Bishop Michael Burbidge talks about the Diocese of Raleigh's recent 90th anniversary & their new temple under construction.
A program at CPCC trains students to work in factories which relocate from Germany. The inaugural Economic Impact Study of Higher Education In NC was released this week. And the Prom Shoppe helps economically-challenged teens look their best for the big night.
From low fat versus low sugar diets, to the use of statins, producer Kelley McHenry looks at several different methods of maintaining a healthy lifestyle & a healthy heart.
Researchers use salamanders as an "early warning system" for the environment. Gorges State Park is a temperate rainforest. Elk Knob State Park is NC 's newest state park. And as Duke University marks John Hope Franklin's 100th birthday year, we share an encore broadcast of a conversation DG Martin had with Dr. Franklin about his book "Mirror to America."
Researchers work to develop personalized treatments for cancer patients. The May School of Nursing opens at Lees McRae College. Plus Dr. Paul Cohen & Dr. Annette DuBard talk about a new partnership aimed at helping the state manage Medicaid & healthcare.
Gov. Pat McCrory addresses the state in advance of the winter storm. The Vernon Malone College & Career Academy prepares students for college & the workforce. Federal Reserve Bank of VA President Jeffrey Lacker talks about Education, Innovation, & Economic Growth. And NC DOT Secretary Tony Tata talks about his new book.
Duke Mansion in Charlotte celebrates its 100th anniversary. Bob Garner shows us why oysters are a favorite food throughout the year. Author Martin Harmon talks about his new book. And we conclude our series on the Governor's Awards for Excellence.
High speed internet is coming to NC. A Durham man is inspiring others with his story of overcoming personal obstacles. Joseph Bathanti talks about being an NC Poet Laureate. And we profile the recipients of the Governor's Awards for Excellence: Safety & Heroism.
Carol Jackson introduces us to Julius Robinson, a man who has found out the importance - and joy - of reading. Mr. Robinson faced many challenges earlier in life by not being able to read but with the assistance of the Durham Literacy Center he has been able to overcome the obstacles and shares his story with others.
A Western Carolina University program preserves & promotes the Cherokee language. Haliwa-Saponi musician & artist Arnold Richardson talks about preserving tribal languages & heritage. And we continue our series on the Governor's Awards for Excellence with the Efficiency & Innovation recipients.
Archaeologists study & preserve Native American canoes found in Lake Phelps. The Walnut Creek Wetland Center educates visitors about the importance of wetlands to the environment. Terra Schramm previews the upcoming With All Our Rights: Meet NC's First African American Legislators event. And we profile the recipients of the Governor's Awards for Excellence in Customer Service.
The University of North Carolina's Board of Governors presents the university award to honor outstanding service to higher education. Dean Smith's court-side achievements have made him the winningest coach in college basketball history. But his contributions go far beyond the victories his Tarheel teams have won.
Researchers at Jordan Lake test a new way to keep water clean. We profile the recipients of the Governors Award for Excellence in Public Service. And we reflect on the life & career of UNC basketball coach Dean Smith.
The Grocers on Wheels food truck brings fresh, healthy food to the needy in the Triangle. NC 's Krispy Kreme donuts are a worldwide institution. HPU President Nido Qubein talks about his 10 year anniversary with the school. And author Jason Mott is back with a new book.
Dr. Anthony Atala is developing a method for printing human organs on a 3-D printer. The Dressing Downton exhibit at the Biltmore displays costumes from the popular PBS program. And Anita Brown-Graham gives us a preview of next week's Emerging Issues Forum.
Governor Pat McCrory presents his State of the State Address. The governor is expected to highlight his priorities and vision for the coming two years. Representative Larry Hall, NC House Democratic Leader, presents the Democratic response.
Research into what happens to a body after death sheds light on issues for the living. Leslie Boney & Hannah Sloan preview the annual UNC Social Entrepreneurship Conference. And a look back at the UNC Board of Governors Education Summit.
Duke's Entrepreneurship SLG helps students develop their business ideas. Women NC prepares to present at the UN's annual Commission on the Status of Women. And a look back at some recommendations presented at the UNC Board of Governors Education Summit.
The UNCSA Cirkus Theatre Project, in partnership with Cirque du Soleil, sets student teams the task of producing original short scenes for the stage. Three teams were chosen to bring their productions to the stage. In the fall after the live performances, one of the student teams traveled to Las Vegas to go behind the scenes at Cirque du Soleil.
The Carolinas Aviation Museum marks the anniversary of the Miracle on the Hudson. UNCSA Cirkus Theatre Project students travel to Las Vegas to go behind the scenes at Cirque du Soleil. The Brothaz Unique take their innovative dance skills to the floor in Chapel Hill. And author Marcie Ferris talks about her new book.
The UNCSA Cirkus Theatre Project, in partnership with Cirque du Soleil, sets student teams the task of producing original short scenes for the stage. Three teams were chosen to bring their productions to the stage. An intensive 4-week workshop at UNCSA helps them cast, costume, & stage the shows for performances in front of a live audience.
Heather Burgiss returns to the Biltmore Estate as they display costumes from Downton Abbey
The NC Cooperative Extension helps youth through its 4-H program.
Scientists use drones for ecological site surveys.
A Lexington group is preserving a traditional pastime.
CPCC collaborates with foreign manufacturers relocating to Charlotte.
A look at several methods of maintaining our heart health.
Tiny salamanders reveal much about the health of the land.
Researchers are growing cancer tumors in the lab to create treatments for the disease.
Winter weather approaches North Carolina.
Duke Mansion marks a milestone anniversary.
A look at high speed internet access & its potential impacts & benefits for NC.
Julius Robinson shares his personal story of overcoming illiteracy.
Researchers work to preserve the Cherokee language.
Preserving historic Native American canoes found in Pettigrew State Park.
UNC Basketball Coach Dean Smith receives the University Award.
A look back at the life & legacy of UNC Coach Dean Smith.
Grocers on Wheels is working to combat food deserts in the Triangle.
Researchers are working to create human organs on a 3-D printer.
Governor Pat McCrory will present his State of the State Address 2015.
Scientists study what happens to the human body after death.
The idea for Mati Energy was brewed up at Duke University.
One UNCSA Cirkus Theatre Project team goes behind the scenes at Cirque du Soleil in Vegas.
Marking a memorable aviation anniversary.
A summer workshop program brings the UNCSA Cirkus Theatre Project to the stage.
Every weeknight North Carolina Now examines the most pressing issues of the day, talks with its most important people, visits the most interesting places in the state, and celebrates our artistic and cultural diversity. Covering a wide array of topics ranging from the environment, politics and government, to statewide education on all levels, the farming community and coastal and rural development issues, North Carolina Now is there, bringing you the information you need. From the mountains to the coast, the State Fair to the state line, North Carolina Now covers the local stories and brings them home to you.
North Carolina Now airs weeknights @
7:30 PM on UNC-TV
11:00 PM on UNC-MX
Join the UNC-TV Community and get the latest news!