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100516 Live Stream: NC Governor's Weather Update 10/05/16 Live Stream: NC Governor's Weather Update
1997 North Carolina Inaugural Ceremony of Jim HuntGovernor Jim Hunt took advantage of his fourth inaugural ceremony to stress how education will continue to receive top billing in North Carolina's politics. He emphasized in his address the direct correlation between educational reform and the
57th North Carolina Electoral College The 57th meeting of the North Carolina Electoral College was convened in the State Capitol Building’s Old Hall of the House of Representatives. North Carolina's 15 electors will cast their ballots for the offices of President and Vice President of the United States.
A Conversation With Five GovernorsUNC-TV and the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh bring together former governors Terry Sanford, James E. Holshouser Jr., James G. Martin, James B. Hunt Jr. and Bob Scott for an enlightening and entertaining discussion about serving at the helm of the Tar Heel State. With poignancy, humor and insight, they engage in conversation moderated by Ferrel Gullory.
A Generation of ChangeBill Friday, Terry Sanford, Bill Aycock and many others from North Carolina’s own "Greatest Generation" led a time of dramatic change that established many of today’s institutions. Travel with these leaders through 50 years of state history, from the 1920s to the climactic election of 1972 and the birth of the modern two-party state in North Carolina.
A Mighty Fine MemoryFiddler Roger Howell is a cultural treasure recognized throughout Western North Carolina for his skill as a musician, generosity as a teacher and prodigious memory as demonstrated by his contribution of 532 fiddle tunes, comprising the "Roger Howell Memory Collection," to Mars Hill University's Southern Appalachian Archives.
A Singing Stream Reunion 30 years later, the Landis grandchildren, acting as producers, invited Davenport to return & help them film what had become of their family since the first film. The new film is called “Reunion” and follows two branches of the family: one which remained on the home farm near Creedmoor, NC; & the other which are descendants of a son of Bertha Landis, who moved to Akron, Ohio shortly after WWII.
A Singing Stream: A Black Family ChronicleSee the importance of religious faith and music in the Landis family, and explore the impact of tenant farming, Jim Crow, the New Deal, civil rights, black migration and land inheritance issues on this extended family.
AlamanceDuring studies of the American Revolution, states like Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, Maryland and Connecticut are mentioned again and again. But what about North Carolina? Where were North Carolinians while the seeds of revolution were sown in the North?
Almanac Gardener Whether you’d like to cultivate a pot of flowers or an acre full of healthy grasses, gardening guru Mike Gray and other experts take Tar Heel gardeners through the finer points of garden planning, maintenance and blooming innovation in this long-running series.
An Evening with North Carolina's Governors UNC-TV and the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh bring former governors James E. Holshouser Jr., James G. Martin and James B. Hunt Jr. together for an enlightening and entertaining panel discussion about serving at the helm of the Tar Heel State.
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Bands of the Sand Catch classic performances from the leading beach music bands performing in the Carolinas.
Battleship North Carolina: The Showboat Legacy Follow the battleship's story, from its beginning as a state-of-the-art weapon in World War II to its current position overlooking downtown Wilmington.
Beaches Are MovingExplore North Carolina's barrier islands with Duke University's Marine Geologist Orrin H. Pilkey Jr and learn about common beach and unique barrier island processes.
Between Hope & Fear: Islam in North Carolina Join our studio audience as David Crabtree, of WRAL-TV, leads a provocative panel discussion that goes beyond the headlines and delves deeply into the Muslim experience in our state. Listen, think and explore ways to create greater understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.
Biltmore Our DowntonHeather Burgiss returns to the Biltmore Estate for a special behind-the-scenes tour of the great house and highlights similarities between the Vanderbilt family home and its fictional contemporary on Downton Abbey.
Birth of a Colony Explore the beginnings of what is now the state of North Carolina, from the years before the Europeans arrived, when thousands of Native-Americans prospered in towns and villages, through the first visitors and early settlers of the "Lost Colony," early Colonial growth and the horrors of warfare against the once-powerful Tuscarora.
Biographical Conversations In this ongoing interview series, UNC-TV's Shannon Vickery shares one-on-one conversations with the most influential and important figures in the Tar Heel State.
Black Issues Forum Launched 30 years ago by Dr. Paul F. Vandergrift as a quarterly investigation into the needs, concerns and problems of the black community, today this weekly series continues to address the prevailing issues that shape, affect and define African-American citizens in North Carolina and beyond.
Blueprint North Carolina As part of the Blueprint America project, UNC-TV and the Institute for Emerging Issues at North Carolina State University present a panel of experts examining and defining North Carolina’s most pressing infrastructure needs and providing an overview of possible solutions.
Business Ethics: Challenges for a Changing World UNC-TV's Shannon Vickery moderates a panel of experts discussing how to cultivate and support companies that are ethically sound.
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Carolina Preserves UNC-TV's first original high-definition television production and the broadcast companion to the Carolina Preserves book and art exhibit, this stirring sampling honors the beauty and heritage of the state through the paintings of Greensboro, NC, artist William Mangum.
Cedars in the Pines Over the past 130 years the Lebanese have created a rich legacy in North Carolina. They have built businesses from humble beginnings and innovative ideas and shared their rich culture through food, dance, faith, art and literature. This film shares the lives of those who journeyed from Lebanon to build new homes, raise families and adds a narrative describing the 130-year story of Lebanese in our state.
Chairman Jones: An Improbable LeaderLearn the story of the filmmaker's father, James H. Jones, a farmer who emerged as a trailblazer during the 1969 school desegregation crisis sparked when Northampton County refuses to implement Brown v Board of Education. After freeing himself from sharecropping in the 1950s, Jones launched a personal campaign to free black children from Jim Crow education.
Childe Hassam & the Isles of ShoalsExplore the North Carolina Museum of Art exhibit of American impressionist painter Childe Hassam. The documentary focuses on Hassam's work on Appledore Island over the course of 30 years.
Coastwatch UNC-TV has teamed with North Carolina Sea Grant, a federal/state partnership program that works on coastal and marine water issues arising within the state, to present the series Coastwatch on North Carolina Now.
Collecting Carolina Producer/host Julia Carpenter continues her quest across North Carolina to discover our state's rich history through collections of arts and crafts.
Collecting Matisse & Modern Masters: The Cone Sisters of Baltimore Produced in association with the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, this 30-minute documentary is based on the museum’s special exhibition, which ran through February 10, 2013.
Common GroundThis North Carolina Channel public affairs program shares important North Carolina issues to the forefront by bringing state policy leaders together.
Cruising Carolina Explore North Carolina's Inner Banks (including Edenton, Manteo, Hatteras, Hertford, Ocracoke, New Bern, Bath, Beaufort, Southport and Wilmington) to discover and celebrate stories of the region's people, history and towns, as well as the waters that nurture them.
CORE.SOUNDERS For the residents of Eastern Carteret County, NC, commercial fishing has been a way of life for three centuries, but the sustained seclusion that has protected their culture is fast eroding. The ecology and character of the community is challenged on all sides by development, pollution, and globalization of the seafood industry, with the Carolina watermen and their heritage hanging in the balance.
Crown on the Mall: Designing the Smithsonian NMAAHCIn this half-hour special, producer Erica Starke-Knight takes you inside the creation of the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture. North Carolina-based architects Phil Freelon and Zena Howard led the design team for this historic project and share, along with others, the compelling story of the design and architecture of the 400,000 square foot building on the National Mall.
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David Holt's State of Music Grammy® winner David Holt and some of music's modern masters discuss traditional roots music and their influences.
Down River: In the Wake of Hurricane Matthew Greenville and Pitt County residents prepare for the flooding of the Tar River and pull together as a community to cope with the flooding's aftermath.
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EARTHCASTER Discover the massive, natural, earthen sculptures of internationally-known, Raleigh-based artist Thomas Sayre.
Echo Sessions This one-of-a-kind musical experience blends the magic of a live performance with the comfort of a studio session. Filmed at Asheville's Echo Mountain Recording Studios, the series features the area's premier bands and solo artists.
Elections When elections are near, UNC-TV is here to provide up-to-the-minute information about North Carolina politics and candidates with special public affairs programming, alongside national election specials, designed to educate, enrich and inform.
El Greco to Velázquez: Art during the Reign of Philip III This breathtaking original production, a partnership with the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, encompasses the first comprehensive exhibition of artworks that formed the foundation for the Spanish Golden Age.
Emerging Issues: A Conversation With Four Governors The Emerging Issues Forum and UNC-TV bring together former governors James E. Holshouser Jr., James G. Martin, James B. Hunt Jr. and Bob Scott for an enlightening and entertaining panel discussion about serving at the helm of the Tar Heel State. With poignancy, humor and insight, they engage in conversation moderated by William C. Friday, president emeritus of the University of North Carolina system and host of North Carolina People.
Environmental Heroes Meet three North Carolinians who have made extraordinary efforts to improve the environment. Their stories reveal that, with support from family, friends and communities, individuals can make a difference in shaping a better world.
Environmental Heroes, Part 1 With support from family, friends and communities, individuals can make a difference in shaping a better world.
Environmental Heroes, Part 2 Discover how a tiny insect is devastating hemlocks in the Appalachians, meet an Alamance County couple who are leaders in sustainable agriculture and see Durham residents cleaning up Ellerbe Creek, a once neglected and polluted stream that flows into Falls Lake and provides some of the drinking supply for Raleigh.
Exhausted Remedies: Joe Holt's StoryDiscover one African-American family's efforts to integrate public schools in 1950s Raleigh. Through personal interviews with plaintiff Joseph Holt, his son and key community leaders, archival footage and photographs, the documentary highlights local political and social conditions of the era and how they influenced the final decision in the Holt vs. Raleigh City School Board desegregation case.
Exploring North Carolina Join host Tom Earnhardt for this weekly series highlighting the state’s diverse local landscapes and unique natural features—from the Black Mountains trails atop Mount Mitchell to the gold and gemstone mines lining the Piedmont to the endless fossil digs in the clay beds of our coast.
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First in FutureConsider visionary ideas and thinking from leading North Carolinians in exclusive conversations hosted by Leslie Boney.
Fitness Files - This original UNC-TV web series is a guide to walking the path of wellness and fitness. Life is a journey, and the more fit and healthy we are the better we’re able to cope with the challenges along the way. Discover the tools, inspiration, and information to help stay the course. Join with us, and others on the path, as we navigate our way to a healthy lifestyle for all life’s adventures.
Flavor, NC - Flavor, NC is a television series dedicated to preserving and celebrating North Carolina’s agricultural heritage, one dinner plate at a time.
Focus On... - Produced several times each year to take an in-depth look at current affairs impacting the people of North Carolina, The Focus On... series is part of UNC-TV's ongoing commitment to providing timely coverage of public affairs issues affecting the state.
Folkways- Hosted by Grammy Award-winning musician David Holt, this storied series introduces the many local people who strive to keep North Carolina's folk history alive, either with heritage handcrafting or continuing a vintage way of life.
From Poverty to Power: The James B. Duke Story - From his humble beginnings on a central North Carolina farm, James Buchanan Duke grew into one of the wealthiest industrialists of the 20th century. This is his story.
FRONT ROW - National media strategist Marc Rotterman discusses state and national politics and policy.
Future Plan: A Woman's Guide- A plan for women to take charge of their future from the AARP of North Carolina.
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George Beverly Shea: The Wonder of It All - Spotlighting the man considered to be "America’s most beloved gospel singer," this documentary mixes rare archival footage, contemporary performances, and personal interviews with Shea and others close to him, to share Shea's lengthy career and influence on the world of gospel music.
Globe Watch - UNC-TV travels abroad with a group of local educators to discover how this dynamic Asian nation has grown a model system for advancing its population's understanding of the global economy.
Globe Watch: China - This year’s American group is composed entirely of North Carolinians and each student designed their own project, which they presented at the competition. Mentors from the Grassroots Science Museum Collaborative, a teacher, and a member of the Governors office also join the U.S. contingent. After a week in and around Beijing, the group discusses what they see, the cultural icons of China.
Globe Watch: Europe- From soaking in the excitement of life in Paris, to walking on the beaches of Normandy to immersing themselves in a foreign culture, the students built a global perspective few get a chance to. Join the students on their amazing journey!
Globe Watch: Mexico - Get an up close look at the impact that it has on the North Carolina economy.
Globe Watch: Singapore- UNC-TV travels abroad with a group of local educators to discover how this dynamic Asian nation has grown a model system for advancing its population’s understanding of the global economy.
Gold Fever & the Bechtler Mint- For many it is a surprising story: that North Carolina was the site of America’s first gold rush, and that a German immigrant living in the small mountain town of Rutherfordton in Rutherford County created a successful private mint that produced the first $1 gold coin in American history. This documentary explores the story of North Carolina’s gold rush and tells how one talented, determined man filled a need and transformed an entire region by changing the economy, and instilling a pride that is still evident to this day.
Governor McCrory Emergency Press Conference 2/25/2015- Governor McCrory Winter Weather Press Conference February 25, 2015 1:30pm.
Governor Morehead Forum: Higher Education in North Carolina- UNC President Margret Spellings and former UNC President Tom Ross discuss higher education issues in a forum held at the Carriage House on the Blandwood Estate located in Greensboro. Margret Spellings and Tom Ross discuss House Bill 2, tuition trends, faculty pay, new school names and other higher education issues. The Governor Morehead Forum sponsored the informative discussion.
Growing a Greener World - An award-winning TV show appearing on national Public Television that features organic gardening, green living and farm-to-table food. Each episode focuses on compelling and inspirational people making a positive impact on the planet through gardening and shares DIY information that we can all use at home.
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The Hanging - This mini-series takes a closer look at the controversial death of 17-year-old African American male Lennon Lacy, who was found hanging from a swing set in Bladenboro, NC.
Harbinger - An adopted ten year old climbs to the top of an oak tree in hopes of catching his unborn baby brother falling from space.
Harvest of Dignity - HARVEST OF DIGNITY is a documentary that explores farmworker living conditions in several eastern counties (Greene, Pitt, Lenoir and Northampton) as well as the mountain region on North Carolina.
Harvest of Dignity (English with Spanish closed captions)- HARVEST OF DIGNITY features stories about farmworker families and their struggles. Independent producer Donna Campbell interviewed farm workers, attorneys, health workers, ministers and advocates who explained the conditions in farmworker housing and working conditions.
Harvest of Dignity (English)- HARVEST OF DIGNITY features stories about farmworker families and their struggles. Independent producer Donna Campbell interviewed farmworkers, attorneys, health workers, ministers and advocates who explained the conditions in farmworker housing and working conditions.
Harvest of Dignity: Digging Deeper - In this follow-up discussion to the documentary "Harvest of Dignity" panelists Melinda Wiggins of Student Action with Farmworkers, Dr. Ricky Langley of the North Carolina Pesticide Board, and Wake Forest University professor Dr. Thomas Arcury, author of study on migrant housing and inspections address moral and legal questions on farmworker health, safety, and fair and decent treatment.
High Point University Presents - High Point University President Nido Qubein interviews the world's most influential people. These interviews are taped live on the campus of HPU as part of the university's Cultural Enrichment Series.
High Sierra—A Journey on the John Muir Trail - Follow five High School students along their 17 day journey through the tallest mountain range in the contiguous US. The film captures the visual splendor of the ‘Range of Light’ as well as the range of emotions and physical challenges that accompany such an epic adventure. It includes reflection from park ranger Shelton Johnson who shares insight about the trail and importance of the Wilderness.
Human Spark - In conjunction with PBS's The Human Spark project, UNC-TV produced a series of original productions, in association with the The North Carolina Museum of Natural, exploring the nature of human uniqueness from a Tar Heel perspective.
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In the Garden with Bryce Lane- This weekly horticulture series hosted by Bryce Lane is also a televised one-hour credit course from North Carolina State University that introduces the basics of home landscaping.
In the Midst of a Movement - This series weaves together the first-hand reflections of journalists who covered the civil rights movement and who risked their lives to report to the rest of the nation about the unfair practice of segregation and the violent methods by which those practices were being enforced.
Inauguration of UNC President Ross - On October 6th, Thomas W. Ross was inaugurated as the 17th President of the UNC System at A & T University in Greensboro, NC.
James E. Holshouser, Jr. Memorial Service- Motivated by an interest in reforming the NC's judicial nomination system, James Holshouser, Jr. began his political career as a North Carolina Legislator in 1962. A decade later, Mr. Holshouser became the state's first Republican governor of the 20th century. His life & legacy was celebrated on June 21st, 2013 with a memorial service at the Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church in Southern Pines.
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James E. Holshouser Jr. Memorial ServiceMotivated by an interest in reforming North Carolina's judicial nomination system, James Holshouser Jr. launched his political career as a state legislator in 1962. A decade later Holshouser became the state's first Republican governor of the 20th century. His life and legacy were celebrated June 21, 2013, with a memorial service at the Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church in Southern Pines.
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Learning with the World Visit classrooms across the state to see how students are learning about global languages, also called "critical languages"—Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Arabic—and their respective cultures.
Legislative Week in ReviewThis public affairs series provides comprehensive coverage of the most important issues before the North Carolina's State House and Senate as Kelly McCullen goes inside legislative committee rooms and into General Assembly hallways to get the latest information on matters that matter to you.
Let's Go Shopping with Read-a-roo! UNC-TV's beloved icon Read-a-roo is now the star of her very own show! The half-hour kids how-to features Read-a-roo and pal Miss Joy on a shopping excursion for healthy, tasty treats! They meet new friends, sample yummy snacks and learn about tasty vegetables and fruits available—many grown right here in North Carolina!
Lives on the Hill: Preserving the Legacy of Dix HospitalNorth Carolina Health News hosts Lives on the Hill, a gathering intended to bring together people from each of the groups whose lives were affected by the Dorothea Dix Hospital in Raleigh: patients and their families, former staff members and the family members who lived on the property, neighbors and Raleigh residents. The event will examine how this historic property should be memorialized.
Lumina: Remembering the Light This UNC-TV production spotlights the coastal Carolina site’s glory days when the pavilion, resting on a narrow barrier island outside Wilmington, packed in tourists from all over the United States.
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Making The Most of Your MedicareAre you on Medicare? Are you sure you're paying the best price for your prescriptions? Make the Most of Your Medicare, by joining staff of the North Carolina Department of Insurance Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program to ask your questions about Medicare. If you are having trouble paying for your prescriptions—you might qualify for a program that could reduce your costs.
Memorial Service for William C. FridayThe University of North Carolina and the community at large remember and honor University President Emeritus William Friday in a Memorial Service at Memorial Hall on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill.
Merger: Making the Twin City Merger: Making the Twin City tells how and why Forsyth County came to have two towns, Winston and Salem, so close together that they consolidated in 1913. The hour-long program looks at the origins of Salem and its theocratic governance, the establishment of Winston and its rise as an industrial center, early failed efforts at consolidation and the forces that made consolidation inevitable.
Motorbiking Vietnam: Adventures Along the Ho Chi Minh TrailFour decades after the Vietnam War two photojournalist friends explore Vietnam in an unscripted motorcycle adventure. Riding from Saigon to Hanoi and Halong Bay, Terry Shiels and Scott Fowler indulge in the food and culture of Vietnam, while photographing the natural beauty of this once war torn country.
MUSE: The Arts ShowHost Laura Ritchie takes you across the country, showcasing the artists, craftspeople and local groups who are putting their talents to work in their communities. From muralists to music, discover the creative spirit that runs deep throughout our state and around the country.Musings of an Iraqi PatriotMusings of an Iraqi Patriot traces one man’s journey from life as an accomplished artist to that of a reluctant refugee—and a voice for the millions of people whose lives have been irrevocably upended by war in the Middle East.
My Home, NCHost Heather Burgiss searches out unique and important voices in hometowns across North Carolina. Each episode gives a deeper glimpse and connection into the cultural fabric of communities through interesting people, food, music and places that make you want to sit a spell, grab a bite, tap your toe and reflect on all that’s special in the Land of the Long Leaf Pine.
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North Carolina Bookwatch - As the state’s premier literary series, bringing the Tar Heel State’s best and brightest Southern writers to the small screen, host D.G. Martin sheds light on authors’ lives, books and the state’s indelible imprint on their works.
North Carolina Farm Fresh - UNC-TV highlights the state’s prolific direct-to-consumer farmmarketing— including the role of farmer’s markets, community-supported agriculture and agri-tourism in determining where goodness truly grows in North Carolina this season.
North Carolina NOW - 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 state's artistic and cultural diversity.
North Carolina Now & Then - Celebrating 20 years of North Carolina Now, UNC-TV's flagship program, this weekly series mines the North Carolina Now archives to highlight the reports and interviews that reveal the history of the past two decades as it unfolded year by year. While the on-screen graphics and hairstyles may have changed over the past 20 years, North Carolina Now’s determination to cover the state from the mountains to the coast and bring its most important stories home to you is as fresh and timely as it was from the day it went on the air.
North Carolina People- As the affable host of UNC-TV’s longest-running program, William Friday continues to welcome the state's most interesting and entertaining North Carolinians during every episode of this weekly interview program.
North Carolina Rising - This compilation of highlights from the 12-part North Carolina Now series spotlights success stories of jobs and stability throughout rural North Carolina.
North Carolina State Parks: Environmental Jewels - On the 100th anniversary of North Carolina State Parks, UNC journalism professor Tom Linden takes us through a tour of nine of the state's most majestic parks. The documentary, "North Carolina State Parks: Environmental Jewels," tells how park officials, scientists, and the public are working together to preserve the system's most environmentally sensitive areas.
North Carolina's Local Catch- Seafood lovers, locavores and those interested in economic development will all find something of interest in UNC-TVs original production North Carolina's Local Catch. For more than 400 years, commercial anglers have buoyed our coastal heritage and economy, supplying quality seafood locally and around the world. They still bring quality and value to the table, but face new challenges in today's global environment. Producer Rick Sullivan searches for seafood caught in our state's beautiful coastal waters and delivered to local restaurants and fish houses daily. He highlights consumers' seafood options and encourages you to ask where your seafood is from, even at the coast.
North Carolina Weekend - Join host Deborah Holt as she shares the best things to "see and do" across the state each weekend as this exciting series takes viewers on a journey beyond black & white pictures and boring text descriptions & into latest colorful sites and sounds from the Old North State.
North Carolina's WWII Experience- UNC-TV commemorates this pivotal time of our state’s history with this special documentary capturing the experiences of "The Greatest Generation" of North Carolinians—from the frontlines to the homefront.
Novel Sounds: American Fiction in the Age of Rock and Roll - The National Humanities Center's conferences are forums for examining rock and roll as a literary form of expression crucially shaping our national heritage.
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O. Max Gardner Awards - UNC-TV captures the annual ceremony for this local award, established by the will of N.C. Gov. Oliver Max Gardner and given since 1949, to recognize the University of North Carolina System faculty who have "made the greatest contributions to the welfare of the human race."
Our State - Inspired by the pages of Our State magazine, this UNC-TV’s series takes viewers across North Carolina for an in-depth look at the people and places that make our state great.
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Paved With Gold Witness the effects of the Charlotte area Gold Rush in shaping the modern day Queen City.
Peelers, Busters & Soft Shell CrabsDebbie and Curtis Wilkins' shedding operation provides top-grade soft shell crabs to restaurants and retail markets throughout the South. They unravel the mystery of how soft shell crabs get from the ocean to your favorite fish market, as one of the South’s premier chefs shows how to prepare them.
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REEL SOUTHThe Carolinas’ statewide public television networks, UNC-TV and SCETV, partner with the Southern Documentary Fund to create an exciting showcase for new, independently-produced documentary films about the American South.
Refuge Join the award-winning filmmaking team of Blake and Emily Scott as they bring to you the magnificent wildlife that encompasses five beautiful National Wildlife Refuges in eastern North Carolina, including the sights and sounds that make Mattamuskeet an icon in the animal kingdom.
Rough South: Stories of Tim McLaurin The author discusses growing up poor in East Fayetteville, handling snakes and what it means to be a writer.
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Sacred Space: The Promise of Peace and Understanding Journalist Lara Logan (60 Minutes) moderates Elon University's Spring 2013 Convocation, which focuses on multi-faith issues and the role of religion in our world. Panelists include Episcopal Bishop Michael Curry, secular humanist Greg Epstein, Catholic chaplain Sharon Kugler, Muslim Eboo Patel, Buddhist monk Arjia Rinpoche and Rabbi David Wolpe.
Saving the Best: North Carolina State Parks at 100There's far more to North Carolina's State Parks than biodiversity and scenic vistas. Our parks are also natural/cultural touchstones, outdoor classrooms, and economic engines. With the help of some North Carolina's finest musicians, including James Taylor, this documentary offers an in-depth look at one of America's most exciting state park systems.
Scam Jam UNC-TV and AARP NC present information on how to avoid common scams and identity theft.
SciTech Now North CarolinaDiscover the latest science stories from North Carolina and across the nation through interviews with leading scientists, demonstrations and viewer interactions.
Singing StreamSee the importance of religious faith and music in the Landis family, and shows the impact of tenant farming, Jim Crow, the New Deal, civil rights, black migration and issues of land inheritance in this extended family.
Singing Stream ReunionGo deeper with new generations of the Landis's in this exploration of song, faith and family.
Song of the MountainsEnjoy the best in live, roots-based music from the heart of the region where it all began in this award-winning weekly public television series presented by UNC-TV.
Stay Tuned Boys and Girls Take a fond look back at four of North Carolina's most popular local children's programs during the '50s, '60s, and '70s. Featuring Fred Kirby, The Old Rebel, Joey the Clown, and Uncle Paul.
Stories of Service Military veterans have stories to tell and "Stories of Service" gives them the opportunity to share their thoughts directly with us.
The Swannanoa GatheringThe Swannanoa Gathering program at Warren Wilson College celebrates its 25th season by hosting top musicians such as Tom Paxton, Kathy Mattea, Janis Ian, Ellis Paul, as well as other performers. To honor the program’s milestone, Grammy Award winner Janis Ian debuts her song Swannanoa. The program also awards Doug Orr, founder, and Jim Magill, director, with special banjos.
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The Drinking Water Resilience Project (DRIP)
The Drinking Water Resilience Project (DRIP) is an interactive digital learning resource for students, teachers and citizens. The purpose is to build capacity for drinking water resilience by ensuring an informed citizenry. The goal is to give students, teachers, and citizens the tools with which to protect and maintain a healthy .
The Human Spark In conjunction with PBS's The Human Spark project, UNC-TV produces a series of original productions, in association with the The North Carolina Museum of Natural, exploring the nature of human uniqueness from a Tar Heel perspective.
The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame 2016 induction CeremonThe North Carolina Channel showcases the eight musicians selected as the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame's 2016 inductees.
The Quality of Light: A Biography of Claude HowellThis hour-long documentary was filmed along the beaches and roadside stops of North Carolina that Claude Howell depicted in his paintings. The biography is told in the words of the 80-year-old painter and also features interviews with Howell's acquaintances, associates and friends including museum directors, art historians, and then-Governor Jim Hunt.
The Rough South of Harry Crews The author discusses his heartrending childhood in Bacon County, GA, the nature of violence and what it means to be a writer in this Emmy-winning documentary.
The Search for Princess Charlotte D.G. Martin (North Carolina Bookwatch) travels to Germany to unravel the mystery of Princess Charlotte, namesake of North Carolina's largest city. With help from the local Mecklenburg-area family patriarch, Martin and other Charlotteans undertake a quest to discover the history of the woman who inspired the Queen City's name.
The UNCSA Cirkus Theatre Project The UNC School of the Arts & the Kenan Institute for the Arts have created an exciting interdisciplinary project inspired by Cirque du Soleil, in which student teams are challenged to create original short theater works that tell a story without dialogue. During the school year, the students develop their ideas, aiming to be one of the teams chosen to bring their production to the stage.
The Voyage of Discovery To GhanaIn celebration of New Bern's 300th birthday, a group of resident adults and students visited Ghana in west Africa - their visits to Ghana markets, the National Museum in Accra, Ghana, the art gallery of the Golden Tulip Hotel.
Thomas W. Lambeth Lecture The Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Lectureship in Public Policy was endowed in 2006 to bring to campus distinguished speakers who are practitioners and/or scholars of public policy, particularly whose work touches on the fields of education, ethics, democratic institutions, and civic engagement.
To Be NorthCarolinian University of North Carolina Television's 40th Anniversary.
Tour 64: North Carolina's Heritage Highway Discover the "backbone of the Tar Heel State" and all its quirky, artistic and cultural treasures as Highway 64 meanders through 22 counties from our mountains to the Outer Banks.
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USS Gravely—First To ConqureFollow the story of the USS Gravely, the 57th destroyer in its class, authorized in September 2002, with keel laid in November 2007, and launched in March 2009, successfully completing sea trial in June 2010.
University Awards Since 1980, the University of North Carolina's Board of Governors presents its highest honor, the University Award. UNC-TV features highlights of this annual award ceremony and the outstanding contributions individual winners make to higher education.
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Veterans Coffee @ UNC-TVEach quarter, UNC-TV hosts military veterans and special guests at a coffee and doughnuts meet-and-greet where information about veterans concerns and services in North Carolina are shared.
Voices of Our TimeProduced in partnership with Wake Forest University, this speaker series features some of the world's leading thinkers in education, public policy, business, literature, religion and politics—including Political Analyst David Gergen, former Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall, journalists Al Hunt, Bob Scheiffer and Judy Woodruff and more.
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We Can be BetterModerated by NBC Nightly News anchor and Elon parent Brian Williams, this discussion inspires students to consider their roles in overcoming major issues facing America: rising national debt, political gridlock, complex energy and environmental problems, religious intolerance and an ailing educational system.
White Lake: Remembering the Nation's Safest BeachKnown as Silver Lake to Native Americans in the 1700s, it's now a small lake town with approximately 800 year-round residents. This locally-produced film chronicles the history of White Lake, beginning with its geological creation and traveling through the late 1900s.
The Woodwright's Shop** When it comes to carving your niche in the new millennium, come to the man who knows what it takes to survive! This storied UNC-TV series starring Roy Underhill celebrates 37 years of teaching traditional woodworking skills to millions of national public television viewers.
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