In Part 6, survey FDR’s leadership during WWII, while Eleanor tends to wounded servicemen, Sunday, 6:30 PM on the North Carolina Channel.Streaming Now Only with PBS NC Passport >
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With our long-standing commitment to producing locally-originated content, the North Carolina Channel serves as a showcase for North Carolina-based independent producers. The North Carolina Channel is accessible to virtually all viewers in North Carolina, as well as those near the border of neighboring states.
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- Asheville 33.4/25.4
- Canton/Waynesville 27.4
- Chapel Hill/Raleigh/Durham 4.4/25.4
- Charlotte/Concord 58.4/44.4
- Edenton/Columbia 2.4/20.4
- Greenville 25.4/23.4
- Jacksonville 19.4
- Linville 17.4
- Lumberton 31.4
- Roanoke Rapids 36.4
- Wilmington 39.4/29.4
- Winston-Salem 26.4/32.4
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