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Our print-n-save guide to a cavalcade of Christmas TV shows
UNC-TV airs a documentary about the life and work of Chapel Hill fixture and award-winning novelist Elizabeth Spencer.
This sneak preview of NBC’s “Peter Pan Live!” features Allison Williams, Christopher Walken and others performing some of the classic moments from the play’s score and looks at Williams learning to fly and Walken practicing his sword skills. Raleigh native John Arthur Greene has a role in the special.
The third season of “Major Crimes” resumes on TNT, while National Geographic Channel debuts two new food shows.
She is leaving radio the way she got in, with a leap into the unknown.
My gift to Jay Leno in congratulations for receiving the 17th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor is that I will not make any mean Jay Leno comments today.
In the mid-season finale, those close to Olivia are in danger because they tried to outwit Papa Pope and guess what? They failed.
Tonight is the first of three nights for National Geographic Channel’s six-part miniseries, which explores the epic story behind food through interviews with renowned chefs and historians.
In the Lifetime movie “An En Vogue Christmas,” the group En Vogue is asked to reunite and perform a benefit concert to save the club that made them stars.
The refreshing kids show “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street” was created by preschool teacher and first-time writer David Anaxagoras as the first project to be green-lit through Amazon’s open-door pilot submission process.
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For the first time, the Novant Health Thanksgiving parade will be broadcast live on radio.Ramona ...