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UNC-TV’s showcase high-definition series Our State kicked off its third season with an all-new airdate and time—Thursdays, at 8 PM! Check the UNC-TV and UNC-NC broadcast schedules for encore program broadcast dates and times.
Episode 301 (premiere date: 1/4/2007)
Flat Rock Playhouse—Get a backstage look at the renowned Flat Rock Playhouse.
Tar Heel Towns: Davidson—Take a tour of this Tar Heel college town with D.G. Martin.
The Can Joe Man—Visit with the original Can Joe Man, Jacksonville's Herschel Brown.
Episode 302 (premiere date: 2/1/2007)
Waterway Tales—Join Bland Simpson for a scenic trip up the Intracoastal Waterway.
Love Valley—See the authentic Old West style of the "Cowboy Capital of North Carolina."
Doll Lady—Enjoy the traditional Corn Husk Dolls of local artisan Pam Earp.
Episode 303 (premiere date: 4/5/2007)
Linville Caverns—Explore the natural wonders of this unique geological kaleidoscope.
Castle McCulloch—Don't miss this authentic medieval castle in the heart of our state.
Sandy Feat—Take in these temporary masterpieces carved from sand.
Episode 304 (premiere date: 5/3/2007)
Seeking the Ancient Ones—See how the Black River shelters the oldest living trees east of the Rockies.
Sheila Kay Adams—David Holt talks with storyteller and musician Sheila Kay Adams.
Golden Eggs—Discover home grown caviar from mountain stream trout in western NC.
Episode 305 (premiere date: 7/5/2007)
Somerset Place—This antebellum plantation offers a look back at a turbulent time in our state's history.
Arts Incubator—A unique business incubator devoted to the arts thrives in Siler City.
Army Digs—Discover an interesting archaeolgy project at Fort Bragg.
Episode 306 (premiere date: 8/2/2007)
The Whalehead Club—Tour one of the finest examples of Art Nouveau architecture in the country at this newly restored private residence in Corolla.
Crowders Mountain—explore this geologic wonder in Gaston County.
Grace in Granite—near Mount Airy, discover the world’s largest open-faced quarry and learn about the many historic buildings graced in its granite.
Episode 307 (premiere date: 10/4/2007)
Riding the Rails—Explore historic depots, a museum in Spencer and how trains run today.
Mule Power—Mule expert Tim Winkler handcrafts stagecoaches in stunning accuracy.
In-Tune—See an impressive colection of vintage radio equipment at Asheville's Southern Appalachian Radio Museum.
Episode 308 (premiere date: 11/1/2007)
COASTKEEPERS—Ride along with this coastal crew as they monitor conditions and practices that may harm our coast.
Jackson House—After rescuing the historic Jackson House from destruction, the Museum of Albermarle in Elizabeth City puts this landmark on exhibit.
Jim McPhail—Meet woodturner Jim McPhail and discover his miniature bowls.