Carolina On Demand
By: News 14 Carolina Web Staff
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• Cooking – Not sure what's for dinner tonight? Chefs prepare quick and easy items that the whole family will enjoy.
• Environment – Learn how to make your home more green
• Garden – Gardeners show us how to make your garden beautiful.
• Healthy Carolina – Keep up-to-date with the latest in healthcare from specialists and researchers.
• Tech Talk – Technology plays an important role in our lives. You can catch up on the latest gadgets in our Tech Talk section.
• Fantasy Huddle – Who to draft, who to start, who to sit; this weekly show tells you everything you need to know about fantasy football.
• ACC Preview – These in-depth interviews highlight every team in the ACC.
• NCCA All-Star Games – See some of the state’s best young athletes take the field and the court for the North Carolina Coaches Association’s East-West All-Star football and basketball games.
• Lacrosse – The NC Great 38 features the best high school lacrosse players in North Carolina in this annual summer classic all-star game in Charlotte, NC.
• Indoor Football – See all of the touchdowns as the Fayetteville Guard once again return to the field for another season of American Indoor Football Association action.
• NCHSAA Soccer – Watch all 4 Women's High School Soccer Championship games as teams from across the state meet in Raleigh to square off for the state championship trophy.
• NCHSAA Basketball – Watch all 8 Men’s and Women’s High School Football Championship games as teams from across the state battle to win the championship trophy.
• NCHSAA Wrestling – See all of the action from the 2008 Wrestling Championships. These matches feature the best high school wrestlers from across the state.
• Folkways – A half-hour show hosted by Grammy Award-winning musician David Holt. Get ready to immerse yourself in the stories, mystery and great North Carolina culture that have entertained UNC-TV viewers since 1982 on Folkways.
• NC People – UNC-TV’s longest-running program. Host William Friday continues to welcome a range of interesting North Carolinians in this half-hour program, engaging the Tar Heel State’s best thinkers, writers, politicians, educators, athletes, entertainers and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews.
• Political Connections – Each week Political Connections focuses on a hot topic in the political arena. See current and past episodes on your schedule.
• Political Debates – Debates from various local and state races.
• OPENnet – Each episode features experts from state government discussing timely and topical subjects.
• Parks – Learn about some of the most beautiful parks in South Carolina in this special series from South Carolina Educational Television.
• Women’s Conference – The North Carolina Conference for Women was held in Charlotte in October. Hear from some of the women that are leaders in the state that took part in this year’s event.
• Sen. Jesse Helms Funeral –If you were unable to attend or watch the funeral, you can now see it and a take look back at the former North Carolina’s senator’s life.
• Player profiles, behind the scenes footage, and other highlights from the 2006 Stanley Cup Champions, Carolina Hurricanes. Segments provided by CanesVision.
• A variety of programs about UNC Charlotte Alumni, student life and Charlotte 49ers’ sports.
• A variety of programs about UNC Wilmington guests, student life and history about the coastal area.