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Season 2

Episode 201 

Körner's Folly - This unique structure and whimsical house in Kernersville.
Friday Night Lights - The excitement and action of a Friday night football game.
This Place is a Zoo? - How plants are just as important as animals to the NC Zoo.
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Episode 202

Nnenna Freelon - Meet an internationally known jazz artist from Durham as she discusses her new Billie Holiday project, and her own impressive career.
Washburn Hardware Store - Visit an old-fashioned Rutherford County hardware store.
Ashe County Cheese Company - Take an up close look at cheese making, in our state's only remaining commercial cheese factory.
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Episode 203

Clocks - Large clocks adorn the top of many of North Carolina's civic buildings.
Ferry Ride - See for yourself what makes our ferries an efficient form of transportation.
Parades - See the different sorts of parades that North Carolina has to offer, including Asheville at Christmas; New Bern boats; the Azalea Festival, and Faith 4th of July.
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Episode 204

Great Dismal Swamp Canal - Bland Simpson shares stories about the canal's fascinating history.
Voyage of Elizabeth II - Take a sailing adventure from Manteo to Bath.
Tar Heel Towns: Bath - Celebrate the tercentenary of our state's first town.
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Episode 205 

Penland School of Crafts - See how this 75-year-old art campus in NC's mountains influences artists' lives and works.
Twin Sisters Garden - Meet 90-year-old twins Bernice Wade and Barbara Stiles and delight in their Chapel Hill garden.
Ivey Hayes, Artist - Discover the bold, colorful paintings of this Eastern North Carolina artist.
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Episode 206

Bat Cave - Cameras spelunk into the depths of Bat Cave for the first time as scientists work to discover the mysteries of this unique ecosystem.
Azalea Festival - Each year Wilmington citizens throw a huge party—including our state's largest parade—to honor their blazing azaleas.
Airlie Gardens - For over a century the many lush plants of these gardens by the sea have delighted visitors.
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Episode 207

Pullen Park Carousel - Witness the continuing restoration of Raleigh's treasured 1911 Dentzel carousel.
Old Salem Bakery - Discover how all those delicious treats at Winkler Bakery are created.
Tar Heel Towns: West Jefferson - Visit this friendly mountain town, home of Christmas in July.
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Episode 208

Carl Sandburg's Connemara - Explore the 264-acre Henderson County home of one of the 20th century's most significant Americans.
Duke Lemur Center - Discover the world's largest sanctuary for endangered prosimian primates, in Durham's Duke Forest.
Buffalo Creek Weavers - See Warrensville's sixth generation of Goodwin family weavers who still create textiles on 19th century looms.
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Episode 209

French Broad River - This month takes you from headwaters to whitewater, from near Rosman to the Tennessee line.
Upstairs at Biltmore House - Visit the newly-opened fourth floor of the nation’s largest private home.
N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores - Be a part of the grand opening of our state’s newest state-of-the-art aquarium—featuring otters, shipwrecks, sharks and more.
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