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There is 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.
Exploring North Carolina 2013 | UNC-TV
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It is possible for Tar Heels to drive from Maine to Florida in one day without ever passing through a town or city, but you will go through dozens of communities. Within the borders of North Carolina, from our 6000 foot peaks to our southeastern coast, there are dozens of "natural communities" similar to the natural communities found from the sub-arctic (Maine) to the sub-tropics (Florida).
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us on a tour of Ocracoke Island, we preview an outdoor drama about Tom Dooley, we explore Fontana Village Resort, take a walking tour of Washington and Bob Garner enjoys Sunday Brunch at Café Duo in Greenville.
UNC-TV SCITECH | UNC-TV
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This week on SciTech Now, we do a bit of traveling. We visit the NC Coast where each year you can see millions of birds during their migration. See how scientists track the NC state fish, the red drum, to learn about its habitat. We check in with the NC Science Festival about hands-on science. Finally, we get back outside with our Play Outside NC series.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2013-2014 Archive | UNC-TV
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Parmesan Pecan Fried Catfish 2 pounds catfish fillets, cut into 1-inch wide strips 1 cup buttermilk 1 cup ground pecans 2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese House-Autry Southern Chicken Bake 2 tablespoons House-Autry Spicy Hot Breader Place catfish and buttermilk in a large zip-top plastic baggie. Seal and chill 1 hour. Remove catfish from buttermilk, discard buttermilk. Combine pecans and next 4 ingredients in a shallow bowl. Dredge catfish in mixture turning to coat well on both sides. Shake off...
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to Greenville for their annual PirateFest, we travel to Hillsborough to visit Leland Little Auctions, sample wines in Blowing Rock at the Blue Ridge Wine and Food Festival, get geared up at Inner Banks Outfitters, and Deborah Holt Noel visits the Creative Center in Greensboro.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2014-2015 | UNC-TV
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This week on the Journal we'll fish Shearon Harris Lake for largemouth bass. In Gear Time our anglers discuss the day and what they used to catch fish.
North Carolina Weekend | 2012-2013 UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us on a sunset cruise near Washington, tours historic Tarboro, goes horsebacking riding in Vilas, previews the Franklin Folk Festival and Bob Garner visits Dish in Charlotte.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum, we learn all about geocaching, take a trolley tour of New Bern, explore the Polk County Museum and enjoy family style Lebanese food in Sitti in Raleigh.
North Carolina Weekend | 2015-2016 UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to Kings Mountain for a backstage look at "Liberty Mountain" historical drama, then we check out the NC Blackberry Festival, meet the chef behind Heirloom Restaurant, explore Aloha Safari Zoo in Cameron, and Deborah Holt Noel visits Aqua Restaurant and Spa in Duck.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2012-2013 Archive | UNC-TV
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Ingredients: 6 tbsp. butter, softened 1 fresh red chile minced 1 medium shallot, minced 1.5 tsps. Finely grated lemon zest Salt and Pepper to taste 2 large eggs 1 package House-Autry Southern Baked Chicken 4 large skinless trout fillets 2 pounds sautéed spinach
North Carolina Bookwatch 2011-2012 | UNC-TV
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Andrea Reusing - Cooking in the Moment. For Andrea Reusing - an award-winning chef, a leader in the sustainable agriculture movement, and a working mother - "cooking in the moment" simply means focusing on one meal at a time. Cooking in the Moment is a rich, absorbing journey through a year in Reusing’s home kitchen as she cooks for family and friends using ingredients grown nearby.
North Carolina Bookwatch 2011-2012 | UNC-TV
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It all began with a pit bull named Booger. Former Miss Wyoming Bernann McKinney was so distraught over the death of her dog, whom she regarded as her guardian and savior, that she paid $50,000 to RNL Bio for the chance to bring her beloved companion back to life. The result were five new Boogers-the first successful commercial cloning of a canine- delivered in 2008, along with a slew of compelling questions about the boundaries of science, commerce, and ethics. Blending shocking investigative...
In The Garden 600 | UNC-TV
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In The Garden 600 | UNC-TV
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Almanac Gardener - 2010 | UNC-TV
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Linda Blue take a tour through a local County Fair to size up the competitors who compete for the best produce/product display. Linda give contestans tips on what the Fair Judges look for in deciding winners.
Almanac Gardener 2013 | UNC-TV
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Mike Gray and the show guests share many great ways to save money on buying garden tools. Mike and guests also answer a number of horticultural questions sent in to the show from viewers.
Almanac Gardener 2013 | UNC-TV
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Mike Gray and the horticultural panel discuss several easy ways to pick up acorn from lawns without stressing backs, knees and other body parts. Mike and guests also answers a number of plant questions sent in to the show from viewers.
UNC-TV Science | UNC-TV
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Biologic drugs are produced by living cells, making them challenging to develop and manufacture. Biogen has one of the largest biotechnology facilities in the country in Research Triangle Park.
Black Issues Forum: 2013-2014
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Darryl Lester learned the higher calling of philanthropy from his mother who would keep extra groceries in her pantry to share with neighbors in need. Tim McIntosh witnessed a successful program that helped those exiting the prison system find meaningful work and a reason to live. With these foundations, both have impacted their communities with strategic giving, and they share their model.
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Unveiling baby sharks, swimming with sharks, sea turtle rehab… Enjoy the wonders of the coast as the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island helps us get up close and coastal in this 30-minute special.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show explores the little town of Dunn in Harnett County, we go ziplining at the Kersey Valley Zipline, we tour the old Dellinger Grist Mill in Bakersville, go on a food tour of Winston-Salem, and enjoy Latin culture at Fiesta del Pueblo.
North Carolina Bookwatch 2008-09 | UNC-TV
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Henry is a bible salesman. Clearwater is a car thief. Henry needs a ride. Clearwater needs an assistant. The second World War is over, and nineteen-year-old Henry Dampier walks the roads of North Carolina, selling bibles. When Clearwater offers him a lift, Henry thinks it is a lucky day that only gets better with Clearwater’s “confession” of being an FBI agent in need of aid. Henry joyfully seizes the opportunity to lead a double life as bible salesman and G-man.
Our State | UNC-TV
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Jockey's Ridge State Park near Nags Head has the tallest sand dune in the eastern US. But it doesn’t sit still…seasonal winds constantly move this live dune between Roanoke Sound and the Atlantic. The Park might not be here at all if some dedicated Nags Head residents hadn’t worked together to save the dunes from being bulldozed completely for development. And while the tallest dune stands impressively at 90 feet, development and vegetation have still significantly shortened it over the...
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2012-2013 Archive | UNC-TV
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This week on the Journal two professional guides spend the morning in pursuit of the sporty speckle trout. On Gear Time they discuss the tackle they used to catch fish.
North Carolina Community College | NC NOW | UNC-TV
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Rick Sullivan takes us on a tour of Sampson Community College, Richmond Community College, Piedmont Community College and Asheville Buncombe Community College.
North Carolina Weekend | 2015-2016 UNC-TV
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NCSU's Dr. Behnam Pourdeyhimi is recognized with an O Max Gardner Award. Kelley McHenry brings the topic of fetal surgery to the Tar Heel state with a profile of one family that underwent the procedure at UNC Hospital. And author Kim Church talks about her new book.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to Methodist University in Fayetteville to look at a ceramics created by Pablo Picasso, we go on a Segway tour of Raleigh, visit the SALT Block in Hickory, explore the House of Flags Museum in Columbia, and Bob Garner visits Wang's Bistro in Zebulon.
North Carolina Weekend | 2011 UNC-TV
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Thursday March 1 at 9:00pm: ACC Hall of Champions Greensboro, NC Inside the Greensboro Coliseum complex you can find just about anything you need to know about all of ACC sports. Sandhills Antique Farm Equipment Show Lillington, NC When a group of Harnett County farmers created a farm park, it was only the beginning of what is now a popular event. Ben Long Fresco Trail Part 1 Statesville, NC Follow producer Derek Long as he travels the famed Ben Long Fresco Trail in this three-part series. The...
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2013-2014 Archive | UNC-TV
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1 cup House-Autry Fish Fry breader 1 teaspoon Chili powder 1.5 pounds flounder filets ½ cup olive oil, plus additional for frying 2 10-ounce bags mixed greens ¾ cup grape tomatoes, halved ½ cup pecans, roasted and coarsely chopped ¼ small red onion, thinly sliced ¼ cup honey mustard On a piece of waxed paper, combine House-Autry Fish Fry breader and chili powder. Dredge flounder filets in breader. Shake extra coating from filets. In a heavy large skillet, heat 3 tablespoons olive oil over...
NC Now | 2014 UNC-TV
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We tour holiday light displays at the NC Arboretum, the Charlotte Motor Speedway, & "Christmastown" itself, McAdenville. Plus UNCSA Music Director Christopher Lees gives us a preview of the school's annual production of The Nutcracker.
NC Now | 2016 UNC-TV
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Purple Heart Homes helps wounded veterans purchase, manage, & adapt homes to aid them in their lives after service. A group of High Point University students made an amazing discovery while stargazing. Tim Gardner is makes world renowned banjos with traditional techniques. Eustace Conway promotes NC heritage & simple living on his Turtle Island Preserve.
NC Now | 2014 UNC-TV
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The STEM for Kids program engages students in learning. The Wright School provides mental health treatment & education to children & families with emotional & behavioral disorders. And Dr. Rodney Shotwell is the 2015 NC Superintendent of the Year.
NC Now | 2013 Archive UNC-TV
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The Bob Barker Company has spent over 40 years distributing jail supplies nationally. Fayetteville's historic Market House has a fascinating history. And a conversation with Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines.
North Carolina Community College | NC NOW | UNC-TV
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Students of NC's Community College System sometimes choose their schools for a variety of reasons. It might be location, or a specific program, or to save money. Back in 2004, THE PRESIDENT of Southeastern Community College, Dr. Kathy Matlock, made HER choice to return to The System. She made a move to her present college for just about every reason she could factor.
UNC-TV Science | UNC-TV
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We may not think of it as much when gas is cheap, but eventually there are many economic and environmental reasons to transition away from fossil fuels. See the biofuels reactor that RTI International researchers are using to create gasoline-like hydrocarbon fuels from plant material and the challenges of creating biofuels.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to the Thomas Day House in Milton as part of our "Collecting Carolina" series, we sample tea in Boone at Yosefa AntiquiTEA, explore the Rankin Museum of American Heritage, sample European style wines at MenaRick Winery in Ronda and Join Deborah Holt Noel as she takes some friends along to Babylon in Raleigh.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum, we learn all about geocaching, take a trolley tour of New Bern, explore the Polk County Museum and enjoy family style Lebanese food in Sitti in Raleigh.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show offers a preview of the NC Theatre production of Les Miserables, we go behind the scenes at the Earl Scruggs Center in Shelby, check out the Barn Dance scene in Julian, enjoy a stay at Darlings by the Sea in Kure Beach and Deborah visit the French Broad Chocolate Lounge in Asheville.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show profiles the Raleigh Ringers, we visit a huge poinsettia nursery in King, explore the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History, learn about the Harper House in Hickory and Deborah Holt Noel takes a night out on the town in Raleigh after a NC Symphony concert.
North Carolina Weekend 2013-2014 Archived | UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to Methodist University in Fayetteville to look at a ceramics created by Pablo Picasso, we go on a Segway tour of Raleigh, visit the SALT Block in Hickory, explore the House of Flags Museum in Columbia, and Bob Garner visits Wang's Bistro in Zebulon.
D. G. Martin interviews Jennifer Thompson Cannino and Ronald Cotton
A former poet laureate of North Carolina, essayist, critic, teacher and mentor of many of North Carolina's outstanding writers, will discuss his new book of short fiction, Ancestors and Others: New and Selected Stories, stories that take readers all over the world and then back to people we know in North Carolina.
Can a psychotherapist take the insights she learns from her profession and use them as a novelist to create characters whose real strengths and weaknesses come together to make compelling fictional characters? I think the answer is yes and I bet you'ill agree when you meet author of "The Good Father" Diane Chamberlain on North Carolina Bookwatch.
North Carolina Community College | NC NOW | UNC-TV
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Our tour of the North Carolina Community College System, and its 58 colleges, makes a stop at Mayland Community College. If you're scratching your head to figure out where Mayland might be located, don't search the map for a Mayland County. You won't find one, and Rick Sullivan says this school takes its mission to serve THREE counties, very seriously.
North Carolina Weekend | 2015-2016 UNC-TV
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This week's show visits Raleigh's Antiques Extravaganza, we learn about treasures of the North Carolina Archives, check out art at ZaPow Gallery in Asheville, visit the popular Stanbury Restaurant in Raleigh, and Deborah Holt Noel looks at children's activities at the Imperial Centre in Rocky Mount.
North Carolina Weekend | 2015-2016 UNC-TV
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This week's show takes us to Wendell for an incredible Christmas light show, then we go to Winston-Salem to see sketches by famous artist John Biggers at the Delta Arts Center, followed by a trip to the Yadkin Valley to Herrera Vineyards, Derek Long meets a Sake brewer in Asheville at Ben's Tune-Up, and Deborah Holt Noel goes on the LaZoom Comedy Bus Tour of Asheville.
Exploring North Carolina 2013 | UNC-TV
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North Carolina has its own version of the Appalachian Trail – the Mountains to the Sea Trail. It offers hikers a magnificent 1,000-mile adventure beginning at the Tennessee border and then passes through state, federal, and private lands before reaching its eastern terminus on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
Black Issues Forum: 2013-2014
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What is black art? It probably depends on who you ask. Find out how three different visual artists making their marks in North Carolina are defining this term and their work. Eric McRay, Richard Wilson, Jr., and LeGrant Taylor share their work and their views on issues that exist for African American artists.
NC Now | 2013 Archive UNC-TV
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UNC researchers & international scientists partner to develop virtual office technology. The US National Whitewater Center in Charlotte offers all kinds of outdoor fun. And Morgan Horner of Women to Women talks about the initiative's work & mission in NC.
The informative and thought-provoking discussion features some of North Carolina’s top CEOs, including David King with LabCorp, former N.C. Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker and Dave Phillips with Phillips Industries Inc. This is the second consecutive week that UNC-TV
Black Issues Forum 2010 - 2011
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Politics and the Way You Live 2: Education
Almanac Gardener 2012 | UNC-TV
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Mike Gray demonstrates how to use the latest technologies to establish water irrigation independence so that viewers don't depend on city and county water system to care for yard plants and garden produce.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2013-2014 Archive | UNC-TV
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This week on the Journal we'll fish the fall season for crappie. If you can find the fish the action should be really good. On Gear Time our angler's discuss how to do it and Donna Reynolds prepares trout cakes in the kitchen.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2012-2013 Archive | UNC-TV
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This week on the Journal we learn the importance of tide and fresh bait in the pursuit of Red Drum. On Gear Time our anglers share how they rigged up to catch fish. And we join Donna Reynolds in the kitchen for a spicy shrimp recipe.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2012-2013 Archive | UNC-TV
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This week on the Journal we fish late in the fall season for the sporty and tasty flounder. On Gear Time our anglers discuss the type of equipment you will need to be successful. In the kitchen Donna Reynolds prepares a flounder recipe that is sure to catch your attention
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2012-2013 Archive | UNC-TV
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Ingredients: 8 whole quail 2 bottles House-Autry Bold and Zesty sauce, divided 1 package House-Autry Chicken Fry Oil for frying
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2012-2013 Archive | UNC-TV
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Live Bait Spanish (2604) On this edition of the Journal we take a look at drifting live bait for Spanish Mackerel.
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On this edition of the Journal we’ll fish deep water structure for largemouth bass at a popular piedmont lake. On Gear Time our anglers discuss the lures, rod & reels.
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This week on the Journal we’ll target the popular yellow perch using light tackle and jigs. On Gear Time our anglers discuss the tackle they used to catch fish.
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Ingredients: 1/2 cup House-Autry Southern Baked Bold & Zesty 4 (4-6-ounce) salmon filets 3 tbsp House-Autry honey mustard 3 tbsp mayonnaise Nonstick cooking spray Preheat oven to 425°F. Place salmon filets skin-side down on a lightly greased foil-lined baking sheet. In a small bowl, mix together mustard and mayonnaise; divide mixture evenly among filets, covering tops completely. Sprinkle with House-Autry Southern Baked Bold & Zesty, patting lightly to adhere. Spray with nonstick...
Almanac Gardener 2013 | UNC-TV
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Bill Lord visits the Charlotte Brody Educational Garden-Duke Gardens to interview Kavanah Anderson, the Education Program Coordinator. Bill and Kavanah tour the garden to show the garden’s beautiful flowers. .
North Carolina Bookwatch 2008-09 | UNC-TV
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With the uncanny insight into the well-intentioned heart that made Jim the Boy a favorite novel for thousands of readers, Tony Earley has fashioned another nuanced and unforgettable portrait of America in another time--making it again even realer than our own day. In this episode, Earley discusses The Blue Star, this timeless and moving story of discovery, loss and growing up.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2013-2014 Archive | UNC-TV
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On this edition of the Journal we target speckled trout in deep water. On Gear Time our angler's discuss the variety of soft plastic baits they used and Donna Reynolds prepares a tasty crab fritter recipe.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2013-2014 Archive | UNC-TV
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This week on the Journal we'll fish Sutton Lake one of the top bass fishing lakes in the state. On Gear Time our angler's discuss the hot lures that caught fish and will join Donna Reynolds in the kitchen for a soft shell crab recipe.
2915 Mediterranean Polenta Rounds 2 pounds baby shrimp or large shrimp chopped 36 ½ -inch round slices of polenta (see below for Polenta recipe) 1 tablespoon olive oil 2/3 cup sun-dried tomato spread ½ cup loosely packed, thinly sliced fresh basil ½ cup finely diced red bell pepper ½ cup crumbled goat cheese Place polenta slices in single layer on 2 greased 15x10x1-inch baking sheets. Brush oil lightly over tops of slices. Broil each pan 1½ to 2 inches from heat for 15 or until polenta...
North Carolina Bookwatch 2008-09 | UNC-TV
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When NPR contributor Scott Huler made one more attempt to get through James Joyce’s Ulysses, he had no idea it would launch an obsession with the book’s inspiration: the ancient Greek epic The Odyssey and the lonely homebound journey of its Everyman hero, Odysseus.
2016 Almanac Gardener Series | UNC-TV
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Lucy Bradley and Gina Fernandez takes viewers through the steps to growing raspberries on small and large trellises. They also share the best locations in landscapes to start growing raspberry plants.
Almanac Gardener 2013 | UNC-TV
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Lucy Bradley visits with Diane Mays at NCSU to talk about selecting the right plants for homes. Lucy and Diane will also share tips to keeping plants healthy.
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2014-2015 | UNC-TV
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Donna Reynolds serves up a Rainbow Trout recipe in the kitchen.
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In 1567, Spanish soldiers followed Indian trails and built a fort in the middle of the village of Joara, in what would become the North Carolina foothills. Indians eventually burned down the fort and killed the soldiers. The location remained a mystery until archaeologists found indisputable evidence of the first inland European settlement in the Carolinas.
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This is an important election year for North Carolinians, yet there are so many barriers that voters of color are facing when it comes to their basic right to express their voices. Deborah chats with Kerra Bolton, David Joyner, and John White - three NC political experts and strategists who have ideas about how voters of color can protect their votes as well as their ability to go to the polls.
North Carolina People 2012-2013 | UNC-TV
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William Friday sits down with UNC Chapel Hill Head Basketball Coach Dean Smith.
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Meet Broadway costume designer William Ivey Long, who got his start backstage at The Lost Colony outdoor drama. He returned years later to put his expertise to work redesigning every costume after a fire threatened this state treasure. Then, head to the woods with naturalist, herbalist and storyteller Doug Elliott for a glimpse at his Appalachian lifestyle and passion to connect with nature.
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Erica Starke-Knight introduces us to the 2013 O. Max Gardner Award recipient, Dr. Samuel Sears. The East Carolina University Professor is a nationally recognized expert in the psychological care and quality of life outcomes of implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) patients.
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Diamond is a collection of interconnected carbon atoms whose strong chemical bonds make the brilliant, super-hard crystals we know. Watch NC State University researchers create brighter, harder, magnetic diamonds with a few quick blasts of a powerful laser. See how by rearranging the chemical bonds in a diamond, they can quickly and cheaply make the new and improved Q-carbon.
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Tidal creeks are the link from stormwater runoff to the estuaries and the ocean. Researchers are studying the dynamics of tidal creeks and what lives in them so communities can better protect this unique, fragile and vital habitat for coastal life.
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From a pollution-sensing bench to high tech monitoring devices, EPA researchers in Research Triangle Park are at the forefront of monitoring the nation’s air quality.
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Nobody knows how Carolina Bays were formed. They look like swamps and wetlands from ground level, but from the air they take on a fascinating uniform shape and directional alignment.
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This week, we dive into the science of political polls and how selecting the correct few can reflect the opinions of many. We show you a new type of farming that requires little water, no fertilizer, no pesticides...and no soil. Finally we answer the ancient question, "How many licks to the center of a lollipop?"
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Brewers must tap a wide range of biology and chemistry, from the PH of water, to controlling yeast, to craft beer.
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May’s Folkways’ finale finds two eastern North Carolina pastors sharing their different styles for spreading musical messages of faith.
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A little over 130 years ago in a small rural North Carolina town in Wilkes County, a young girl of meager means left home to meet her fiancé in the woods. She had hidden her special dress under her house clothes and had packed her belongings in a trundle bag, ready for her new life. She sat in the woods and waited for her beloved, and someone met her there--someone who hated her enough to kill her and drag her to a small grave that the person had dug the evening before. A few months later, her...
Carolina Outdoor Journal 2014-2015 | UNC-TV
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Donna Reynolds serves up a Rainbow Trout recipe in the kitchen.
Trout with a Lemon Walnut Butter 8 trout fillets (2-21/2 pounds) House-Autry Fish Fry 4 tablespoons Oil ¼ cup unsalted butter ¼ cup finely chopped fresh parsley 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh tarragon 20 1/8-inch lemon slices (2-3 lemons) ½ cup chopped walnuts Place House-Autry Fish Fry on a piece of waxed paper. Dredge trout in House-Autry Fish Fry, shaking off excess. Add 4 tablespoons oil in a skillet. Panfry fish in skillet over medium-high heat until fish is cooked throughout and...
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NCSU's Dr. Behnam Pourdeyhimi is recognized with an O Max Gardner Award. Kelley McHenry brings the topic of fetal surgery to the Tar Heel state with a profile of one family that underwent the procedure at UNC Hospital. And author Kim Church talks about her new book.
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The Start A Snowball program helps youth develop charitable-giving projects. The Museum of Life & Science helps museum visitors create special holiday gifts. The Polar Express is running on the Great Smoky Mountain Railway. And Tuba Christmas events share the sounds of the season across the country.
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An Asheville musician/inventor/entrepreneur develops a device transforming how the acoustic guitar physically makes sounds. Called an acoustic synthesizer, it alters how the strings vibrate, adding nearly 100 new sounds to the instrument.
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This week we lose our train of thought......with the science of daydreaming. Big energy needs a big magnet. Watch San Diego scientists design a magnet for fusion power. We chat with scientists and government officials about the possibility of offshore wind energy in North Carolina, and watch as we go for a spin in an electric-pedal hybrid in Asheville.
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Duke University has launched The MURDOCK Study, an ambitious effort to track the long-term health of 25,000 North Carolinians and gain insight into aging, nutrition, Alzheimer’s, and other health issues over their life span.
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Bill Lord talks to Hilary Nichols, Garden Manager at Seeds, about the Community Gardening program that encourages Durham residents to produce their own food in the garden spaces located on Seeds' property.
D. G. Martin interviews Steve Barry - The Jefferson Key
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This week's show previews the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, tours Poplar Grove Plantation near Wilmington, explores Rendezvous Mountain State Educational Forest, visit Siler City's Art Incubator and Bob Garner sample Greek Food at Taverna Agora in Raleigh.
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We continue our series of profiles of the Wayne Community College, Martin Community College, Fayetteville Tech, and Surry Community College.
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This week's show takes us to Cullowhee for the Mountain Heritage Festival, visits the Davidson County Ag Fair, samples Yadkin Valley Popcorn, tours the Esmeralds Inn in Chimney Rock and we go biking on the Point Lookout Trail in Old Fort.
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"Leaving Tuscaloosa" is the debut novel of Walter Bennett, a former lawyer and judge and also known as the husband of retiring North Carolina Science Museum director Betsy Bennett. Walter Bennett tells us about his two young men, one black and one white, facing their destinies and dramas in 1962, in the South, on North Carolina Bookwatch.
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This week's show takes us to Edenton as our Collecting Carolina producer learns about its rich antique history, we visit Highlands to explore the Bascom Visual Arts Center, go winter ziplining at Hawksnest, sample hard ciders at McRitchie Winery and Ciderworks, and Deborah Holt Noel visits the Beyu Caffe in Durham for cool jazz and great coffee, drinks and food.
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This week's show previews the North Carolina Master Chorale Joy to the Season, goes Christmas tree hunting in Boone, enjoys art at the Chatham County Studio Tour, explores historic Hope Plantation and Deborah Holt Noel judges the National Gingerbread House Competition in Asheville.