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See North Carolina as never before! Whether visitor, recently relocated or longtime Tar Heel, UNC-TV brings more of our state home to you, to discover and to love. Inspired by the pages of Our State magazine, UNC-TV’s new half-hour monthly series, Our State, takes you down-home in North Carolina for an in-depth look at the people and places that make our state great! Compelling stories, stunning high definition videography and thoughtful narration take you beneath the surface, providing answers to the hows and whys of all things Our State. Our State is produced by UNC-TV in partnership with Our State magazine and generously underwritten by BB&T.
Episode 201 (premiere date: 10/5/2005)
Körner's Folly—This unique structure and whimsical house in Kernersville.
Friday Night Football—The excitement and action of a Friday night fall function.
This Place is a Zoo?—How plants are just as important as animals to the NC Zoo.
Episode 202 (premiere date: 11/2/2005)
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.
Episode 203 (premiere date: 12/7/2005)
Piedmont Clocks—Large clocks adorn the top of many of North Carolina's civic buildings.
NC Ferry System—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.
Episode 204 (premiere date: 2/1/2006)
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.
Episode 205 (premiere date: 3/2/2006)
Penland School of Crafts—See how this 75-year-old art campus in NC's mountains influences artists' lives and works.
Ivey Hayes, Artist—Discover the bold, colorful paintings of this Eastern North Carolina artist.
Twin Sisters Garden—Meet 90-year-old twins Bernice Wade and Barbara Stiles and delight in their Chapel Hill garden.
Episode 206 (premiere date: 4/5/2006)
Bat Cave Preserve—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.
Episode 207 (premiere date: 6/7/2006)
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.
Episode 208 (premiere date: 7/5/2006)
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.
Episode 209 (premiere date: 8/2/2006)
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.
Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium—Be a part of the grand opening of our state’s newest state-of-the-art aquarium—featuring otters, shipwrecks, sharks and more.