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UNC-TV's weeknightly television newsmagazine 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.

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    • TV und Film

UNC-TV's weeknightly television newsmagazine 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.

    • video
    NC Now | 07/14/16

    NC Now | 07/14/16

    Artist Damian Stamer uses his brush to blend childhood memories into evocative works of art. Researchers use motion capture cameras to study how the body heals. A media arts program inspires students to learn & grow. Plus a wild & crazy sport binds these athletes together as a team & a community.

    • 25 Min.
    • video
    NC Now | 07/07/16

    NC Now | 07/07/16

    Endurance Seafood relies on a family foundation as it works to maintain its business in difficult times. Scientists study the mystery of Carolina Bays. Jerry Darnell man forges a career in traditional blacksmithing. Big Spoon Roasters makes big business out of its tasty nut butters. And life is peachy for life-long farmer Garrett Johnson.

    • 26 Min.
    • video
    NC Now | 06/30/16

    NC Now | 06/30/16

    Jeff Smith rides along with an air ambulance crew. Frank Graff learns how the EPA is monitoring our air to keep us healthy. Erica Starke-Knight meets a family with a long history of traditional boatbuilding. And John Litschke takes us to a family farm that draws on its heritage while working toward a more sustainable future.

    • 25 Min.
    • video
    NC Now | 06/23/16

    NC Now | 06/23/16

    Joe Kwon, the high-energy cellist for the North Carolina grown, American folk rock band, The Avett Brothers talks about music, family, friends, & food. Researchers at RTI are developing fuel from plants. Urban Ministries of Wake County planted a garden to supplement their food bank. And pre-teen Kenzie Hinson of Goldsboro started a food pantry to help people in her community.

    • 25 Min.
    • video
    NC Now | 06/16/16

    NC Now | 06/16/16

    Filmmaker Dawn Dreyer creates an animated documentary Bipolar Girl Rules the World about coping with mental illness. Researchers develop a substance that's harder than diamonds & cheaper to make. A weaving studio recycles scrap material into products that are sold to support area charities. And Pop Ferguson & his son Clyde work to preserve & promote traditional blues music.

    • 25 Min.
    • video
    NC Now | 06/09/16

    NC Now | 06/09/16

    Kings Restaurant in Kinston is a favorite among locals & tourists alike. A Charlotte engineering firm is working to bring electricity to areas in need. Former system president Tom Ross is the 2016 University Award recipient. Plus a woodcarver uses traditional techniques in making hand-carved bowls.

    • 25 Min.

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