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Inspired by the pages of Our State magazine, UNC-TV’s Emmy® Award-winning series celebrates the people and places of North Carolina through immersive documentary films, combining stunning high-definition videography with thoughtful narration and compelling stories.
Starting in April, new episodes will air Monday nights at 8 p.m.The next new episode, Fins and Feathers/Dirt to Shirt, premieres Monday, April 4th!
Coming up on Our State:
2/4 - Bat Cave/Azalea Festival/Airlie Gardens
Cameras descend into Bat Cave for the first time as scientists study this unique ecosystem. Each year Wilmington citizens throw a huge party to honor their blazing azaleas. For over a century the many lush plants of these gardens by the sea have delighted visitors.
2/11 - Pullen Park Carousel/Old Salem Bakery/West Jefferson
Kids of all ages encounter wild but friendly animals at Raleigh's Pullen Park. Find out how they make those tasty treats at Old Salem's Winkler Bakery. Visit the friendly mountain town of West Jefferson, home of "Christmas in July."
2/18 - Sandburg's Connemara/Duke Lemur Center/Buffalo Creek Weavers
Explore the 264-acre Henderson County home of one of the 20th century's most significant Americans. Discover the world's largest sanctuary for endangered prosimian primates, in Durham's Duke Forest. Meet the sixth generation of Goodwin family weavers, who still work using on 19th century looms.
2/25 - French Broad River/Biltmore House/Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium
This month takes you from headwaters to whitewater, from near Rosman to the Tennessee line. Visit the newly-opened fourth floor of the nation’s largest private home. Be a part of the grand opening of the state’s newest state-of-the-art aquarium.
Our State is produced by UNC-TV in partnership with Our State Magazine.
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