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The Swannanoa Gathering program celebrates it's 25th season by hosting top musicians.
Architect Phil Freelon shares the design story of the Smithsonian African American museum.
Fiddler Roger Howell is recognized throughout North Carolina for his skill as a musician.
40 years after Vietnam, photojournalists explore the food, culture and natural beauty.
Greenville and Pitt County residents prepare for the flooding of the Tar River.
The Embers is the history of beach music and the role the Embers played in its evolution.
A ten year old climbs to the top of a tree in hopes of catching his unborn baby brothe.
From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for your partnership and support...
Former Governor Jim Hunt gives the 2013 Lambeth Lecture in Public Policy.
Six experts answer audience questions..
A panel of experts continue their discussion on the subject of farmworkers.
Rick Sullivan talks to two oyster harvesters & takes us to an ol' fashioned oyster roast.
Ice is essential. Regulations are confusing. Fishermen are accountable.
Where to find good fish. Choosing fish. Preparing fish. Serving fish.
David Stick worked over 6 decades collecting, researching & writing about the Outer Banks.
Our staff members have come together to express our deepest gratitude for your partnership
A look back at the four most popular local children's programs from the '50s, '60s, & '70s
UNC-TV launches our first web series!
UNC-TV & Wm. Friday are honored by NATAS/Midsouth Chapter!
Originally aired Sunday April 7, 2013
Birth of a Colony: North Carolina examines our state's early history.