Upcoming Arts Broadcasts

There’s always something for art lovers to cheer about on KET! Following is a list of performances, artist profiles, and arts documentaries coming up on KET and KET2.

Teachers: See Arts on TV: For Teachers for the schedule of upcoming arts-related instructional programs on our school broadcast service.

CONTINUING KET PRODUCTIONS

bookclub@ket • Sun, 6:30/5:30 am CT, KET2 and 11:30/10:30 pm CT, KET2

Jubilee • Tue, 8:00/7:00 pm CT, KET; Sat, 11:00/10:00 pm CT, KET2

Kentucky Life • Sat, 8:00/7:00 pm CT, KET; R Sun, 4:00/3:00 pm CT, KET; R Tue, 7:30/6:30 am CT, KET2

OTHER SERIES AND SPECIALS

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Friday, September 19
1:00 PM On KET2
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick
#1401 J.D. Power - Power
J.D. Power tells how he and his company, J.D. Power and Associates, became the voice of the consumer.
5:00 PM On KET2
Connections with Renee Shaw
#1003 Soreyda Benedit Begley and Chris Begley
Honduras native Soreyda Benedit Begley is dressing up Lexington's fashion scene by showcasing the blossoming talents of designers, like herself, right here in the Bluegrass. Her one-of-a-kind originals have graced runways in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta.
5:30 PM On KET2
Music Voyager
#307 Israel: Tel Aviv - Rocking Israel
Jacob Edgar meets revered singer-songwriter Ehud Banai, popular sing Karolina, and producer and remixer Kutiman.
6:00 PM On KET2
Bluegrass Underground
#302 Andrew Bird
Singer/violinist and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird performs indie-folk rock with guest Tift Merritt.
Saturday, September 20
Midnight On KET1
WoodSongs
#1401 Tommy Emmanuel
Two-time Grammy nominee and legendary guitarist Tommy Emmanuel dazzles the audience.
2:00 AM On KET1
Dirk Gently
#102
Dirk and MacDuff's client Mr. Edwards believes his life is in danger and the Pentagon is to blame. Dirk thinks he's merely a crazed conspiracy theorist but when Mr. Edwards winds up dead they realize it's a more complicated case.
6:00 AM On KET2
Louisville Life
#804 Matt Weir - Earth Measure/Fandom Fest/Broadway Across America Midwest/Caufield's Novelty
Sculptor Matt Weir and his Bingham media tribute, Earth Measure, at Bernheim Forest; Louisville's Fandom Fest, the largest sci-fi, pop culture, horror, and comic book convention in the region; an interview with Leslie Broecker, president of Broadway Across America's Midwest Region; and Caufield's Novelty, one of the largest theatrical distributors in the nation are featured.
Noon On KET1
Quilting Arts
#809 Mixed-Media Quilting
Jennifer Solon shows mixed media collages using hand dyed textiles, papers, stitching, and paint.
2:00 PM On KET1
Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
#1105 What Are They Eating in the Photograph
This program looks at a group of famous photographs that have something to do with eating and drinking, including Halsman's photo of Marilyn Monroe having a hamburger at a drive-in, Cartier-Bresson's picnic near Paris, and Duncan's photo of Picasso at lunch. Burt and a group of experts explain why each photograph is important, and the history and significance of the gastronomic elements. The recipe for each food is then demonstrated by a leading chef.
4:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Collectibles
#202 Steiff Teddy Bear/Rose O'Neill Illustration/Lincoln Document
Expert appraisers examine treasures including 1926 Steiff musical teddy bear, a Rose O'Neill illustration, and a document signed by Abraham Lincoln.
5:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
6:00 PM On KET1
The Lawrence Welk Show
#1404 Salute to The Big Bands
Rocky Rockwell is the guest. "Heartaches," "Minnie the Moocher" and more great songs are performed.
7:00 PM On KET2
Classic Gospel
#704 Tent Revival - Old Rugged Cross
A continuation of the "Tent Revival Homecoming" features more beloved gospel songs. On the grounds of the Billy Graham Library, this event celebrates a time-honored tradition that has impacted countless lives for eternity.
8:00 PM On KET2
Father Brown
#114 The Shadow of the Scaffold
A convicted killer begs Father Brown to prove her innocence within three days.
10:00 PM On KET1
American Masters
#2008 Carol Burnett: A Woman of Character
A tribute to the entertainer who transformed herself into a one-woman army of comedic characters despite a difficult childhood.
Sunday, September 21
Midnight On KET1
Dirk Gently
#103
Dirk's former professor at Cambridge University hire Dirk and MacDuff as security consultants to guard a valuable robot. Within hours of their arrival the robot is stolen and the professor found dead.
Midnight On KET2
Jubilee
#1801 Masters of Bluegrass
The Bluegrass "MOB" - legendary players Del McCoury on guitar and vocals, Bobby Osborne on mandolin and vocals , J.D. Crowe on banjo, Bobby Hicks on fiddle and Jerry McCoury on bass and vocals - performs at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
6:30 AM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#502 Yates Paul, His Grand Flights, His Tootings
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss James Baker Hall's coming-of-age novel, which unfolds through the eyes of 13-year-old Yates Paul. A 2003 KET production.
10:00 AM On KET1
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
Noon On KET2
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
1:30 PM On KET1
Connections with Renee Shaw
#1003 Soreyda Benedit Begley and Chris Begley
Honduras native Soreyda Benedit Begley is dressing up Lexington's fashion scene by showcasing the blossoming talents of designers, like herself, right here in the Bluegrass. Her one-of-a-kind originals have graced runways in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta.
4:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#718 Melungeons
Explores the various theories about the origins of the Melungeons, an Appalachian ethnic group of mixed ancestry whose forebears arrived in the New World at the time of the Spanish explorers. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
4:00 PM On KET2
Father Brown
#114 The Shadow of the Scaffold
A convicted killer begs Father Brown to prove her innocence within three days.
8:00 PM On KET1
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4431 Miss Marple Season 7: A Caribbean Mystery
While staying at a lavish tropical island hotel, Miss Marple investigates the sudden death of a fellow guest.
9:30 PM On KET1
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4432 Miss Marple Season 7: Greenshaw's Folly
Miss Marple finds work and lodging for an old family friend and her son at Greenshaw's Folly, the home of an eccentric botanist. All seems well, until the house's loyal butler dies unexpectedly.
11:30 PM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#502 Yates Paul, His Grand Flights, His Tootings
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss James Baker Hall's coming-of-age novel, which unfolds through the eyes of 13-year-old Yates Paul. A 2003 KET production.
Monday, September 22
Midnight On KET2
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4431 Miss Marple Season 7: A Caribbean Mystery
While staying at a lavish tropical island hotel, Miss Marple investigates the sudden death of a fellow guest.
1:00 AM On KET1
Theater Talk
#613 William Ivey Long
A conversation with costume designer and chairperson of the American Theatre Wing William Ivey Long.
1:30 AM On KET1
On Story
#405 Time Travel and the Filmmaker's Trek
Masters of weaving time travel into the fabric of film dissect the elements that make for a believable "operating system" when writing a comprehensible timeline for a screenplay.
1:30 AM On KET2
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4432 Miss Marple Season 7: Greenshaw's Folly
Miss Marple finds work and lodging for an old family friend and her son at Greenshaw's Folly, the home of an eccentric botanist. All seems well, until the house's loyal butler dies unexpectedly.
4:00 AM On KET2
Independent Lens
#1512 Las Marthas
Latino debutantes dress like patriotic colonial figures at the debutante ball in Laredo, Texas.
7:30 AM On KET2
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
9:00 AM On KET2
Roadtrip Nation
#1103 It's A Journey - Not A Destination
The road-trippers meet a NASA engineer who used to be an aimless musician and a river guide who backed out of a career in law to pursue the outdoors.
1:00 PM On KET2
Well Read
#312 Jeff Guinn, Manson
Through first-ever interviews with Manson's sister and others, Guinn offers new insights into the horrific murders committed by Charles Manson and his "family."
3:00 PM On KET2
Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop
#103 Cezanne at Mont Sainte Victoire
David visits locations of Paul Cezanne's natural inspiration near Mont Saint Victoire in France.
4:30 PM On KET2
Painting and Travel with Roger and Sarah Bansemer
#511 The Pottery Studio
Roger creates a painting of the studio of potter David Voorhees in North Carolina with acrylics. Sarah talks with David about his pottery and the wood fired kiln.
7:00 PM On KET2
Kentucky Life
#718 Melungeons
Explores the various theories about the origins of the Melungeons, an Appalachian ethnic group of mixed ancestry whose forebears arrived in the New World at the time of the Spanish explorers. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
7:30 PM On KET2
Kentucky Collectibles
#203 Aviation Movie Poster/Harlem Renaissance Silk Screen/Guitar Collection
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of an aviation movie memorial poster, a Harlem Renaissance art silk screen, and host Amy Hess visits with Greg Martin of the Kentucky Headhunters as he receives an appraisal on his unbelievable guitar collection!
9:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Muse
#604 Actors Theatre of Louisville
Celebrating its 50th year, the renowned repertory theater has become a local institution with a national reputation. With an emphasis on new American plays and a strong apprenticeship program, run for years by Jon Jory, the theater has launched numerous careers.
10:00 PM On KET2
POV
#2712 Koch
New York City Mayor Ed Koch brought bravado and egocentricity to the office in his three terms.
11:30 PM On KET1
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
Tuesday, September 23
2:00 AM On KET1
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick
#1402 Dave Winfield - Dropping The Ball
Baseball great Dave Winfield presents a plan of action to save our national pastime from self destruction.
2:30 AM On KET1
Well Read
#204 Frederick Hoxie, This Indian Country
Prominent historian Frederick Hoxie traces the history and heroes of Indian political activism.
3:00 AM On KET2
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4431 Miss Marple Season 7: A Caribbean Mystery
While staying at a lavish tropical island hotel, Miss Marple investigates the sudden death of a fellow guest.
4:30 AM On KET2
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4432 Miss Marple Season 7: Greenshaw's Folly
Miss Marple finds work and lodging for an old family friend and her son at Greenshaw's Folly, the home of an eccentric botanist. All seems well, until the house's loyal butler dies unexpectedly.
7:30 AM On KET2
Kentucky Life
#718 Melungeons
Explores the various theories about the origins of the Melungeons, an Appalachian ethnic group of mixed ancestry whose forebears arrived in the New World at the time of the Spanish explorers. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
1:00 PM On KET2
Theater Talk
#722
Actors Jefferson Mays and Bryce Pinkham discuss A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder.
8:00 PM On KET1
Jubilee
#1801 Masters of Bluegrass
The Bluegrass "MOB" - legendary players Del McCoury on guitar and vocals, Bobby Osborne on mandolin and vocals , J.D. Crowe on banjo, Bobby Hicks on fiddle and Jerry McCoury on bass and vocals - performs at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Wednesday, September 24
12:30 AM On KET1
Connections with Renee Shaw
#1003 Soreyda Benedit Begley and Chris Begley
Honduras native Soreyda Benedit Begley is dressing up Lexington's fashion scene by showcasing the blossoming talents of designers, like herself, right here in the Bluegrass. Her one-of-a-kind originals have graced runways in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta.
3:30 AM On KET2
POV
#2712 Koch
New York City Mayor Ed Koch brought bravado and egocentricity to the office in his three terms.
8:00 PM On KET2
Great Performances
#3806 Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy
Filmmaker Michael Kantor combines performance footage and interviews to highlight why Broadway is such fertile territory for Jewish artists.
Thursday, September 25
2:00 AM On KET1
Kentucky Muse
#604 Actors Theatre of Louisville
Celebrating its 50th year, the renowned repertory theater has become a local institution with a national reputation. With an emphasis on new American plays and a strong apprenticeship program, run for years by Jon Jory, the theater has launched numerous careers.
3:00 AM On KET1
Great Performances
#3806 Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy
Filmmaker Michael Kantor combines performance footage and interviews to highlight why Broadway is such fertile territory for Jewish artists.
7:30 AM On KET2
Connections with Renee Shaw
#1003 Soreyda Benedit Begley and Chris Begley
Honduras native Soreyda Benedit Begley is dressing up Lexington's fashion scene by showcasing the blossoming talents of designers, like herself, right here in the Bluegrass. Her one-of-a-kind originals have graced runways in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta.
1:00 PM On KET2
Kentucky Collectibles
#204 Kentucky Handmade Doll Collection and Garth's Auctions
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a special collection of Kentucky handmade dolls and Dave Shuffett and Amy Hess talk with Jeff Jeffers of Garth's Auctions about what's hot in the world of antiques!
2:14 PM On KET1
DanceSense
#104 The Elements of Dance
Examines the "language of dance": space, time, and energy.
2:15 PM On KET1
DanceSense
#104 The Elements of Dance
Examines the "language of dance": space, time, and energy.
7:00 PM On KET2
Just Seen It
#711
7:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
9:00 PM On KET2
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4431 Miss Marple Season 7: A Caribbean Mystery
While staying at a lavish tropical island hotel, Miss Marple investigates the sudden death of a fellow guest.
10:00 PM On KET1
Father Brown
#115 The Mysteries of the Rosary
Father Brown and Sid go on a quest to find a mythical rosary when an old friend disappears.
Friday, September 26
12:30 AM On KET1
Just Seen It
#711
3:30 AM On KET2
Pioneers of Television
#305 Carol Burnett & The Funny Ladies
This program focuses on Carol Burnett's television comedy career and the funny ladies of television who joined her in paving the way for today's TV comediennes.
5:15 AM On KET1
DanceSense
#104 The Elements of Dance
Examines the "language of dance": space, time, and energy.
1:00 PM On KET2
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick
#1402 Dave Winfield - Dropping The Ball
Baseball great Dave Winfield presents a plan of action to save our national pastime from self destruction.
5:30 PM On KET2
Music Voyager
#401 Istanbul Crossroads
Jacob meets Turkish op star Nil Karaibrahimgil, rock legend Sebnem Ferah, and famed clarinetist Husnu Senlendirici.
6:00 PM On KET2
Bluegrass Underground
#303 Infamous Stringdusters
The groove-friendly Infamous Stringdusters blend virtuosity and innovation to the delight of fans.
9:00 PM On KET2
The Video Vault
#106 His Girl Friday/The Lucy Show
Cary Grant tries to win back his ex-wife Rosalind Russell during the newspaper scoop of the century. Then, Carol Burnett guest stars in an episode of The Lucy Show.
9:30 PM On KET1
Live from Lincoln Center
#3905 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street In Concert with The New York Philharmonic
Stephen Sondheim's musical masterpiece comes back to life in this bold new production from The New York Philharmonic, starring Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel.
Saturday, September 27
Midnight On KET1
WoodSongs
#1402 Steep Canyon Rangers and Shannon Whitworth
The acoustic Bluegrass quintet performs with sultry, bluesy singer-songwriter Shannon Whitworth.
2:00 AM On KET1
Dirk Gently
#103
Dirk's former professor at Cambridge University hire Dirk and MacDuff as security consultants to guard a valuable robot. Within hours of their arrival the robot is stolen and the professor found dead.
2:00 AM On KET2
Live from Lincoln Center
#3905 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street In Concert with The New York Philharmonic
Stephen Sondheim's musical masterpiece comes back to life in this bold new production from The New York Philharmonic, starring Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel.
3:00 AM On KET1
American Masters
#2008 Carol Burnett: A Woman of Character
A tribute to the entertainer who transformed herself into a one-woman army of comedic characters despite a difficult childhood.
4:30 AM On KET1
Pioneers of Television
#305 Carol Burnett & The Funny Ladies
This program focuses on Carol Burnett's television comedy career and the funny ladies of television who joined her in paving the way for today's TV comediennes.
4:30 AM On KET2
Pioneers of Television
#305 Carol Burnett & The Funny Ladies
This program focuses on Carol Burnett's television comedy career and the funny ladies of television who joined her in paving the way for today's TV comediennes.
6:00 AM On KET2
Louisville Life
#821 Patton Museum; Conrad-Caldwell House; Dr. Rita Shourds - Ivy Tech; Pride Of Kentucky Chorus
A look at the new displays at the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox; the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the U.S.; an interview with Chancellor Dr. Rita Shourds of Ivy Tech; and the Pride of Kentucky Chorus, women dedicated to singing barbershop harmony, are featured.
5:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#822 Louisville Zoo; Terry Middleton and Martial Arts School; Gina O'Brien - Brightside; Zachary Taylor
A visit to the Louisville Zoo to check out all the latest sights and sounds; Terry Middleton and his martial arts school in New Albany, Indiana, is the oldest and largest of its kind in the U.S.; an interview with Gina O'Brien, director of Brightside, a Louisville agency that spearheads cleanups, landscaping initiatives, and environmental youth education; and a look at U.S. President Zachary Taylor, who was raised just east of Louisville, on Muddy Fork at Beargrass Creek are featured.
6:00 PM On KET1
The Lawrence Welk Show
#1405 Salute to Nashville
Ava Barber hosts. Songs include "Country Roads" and "Make the World Go Away."
7:00 PM On KET2
Classic Gospel
#705 Best of David Phelps
Highlights the extraordinary tenor's most awe-inspiring moments from the Gaither Homecoming stage.
8:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1714
Dave takes a journey of discovery in the Civil War footsteps of his great-great-grandfather Michael Shuffett. Dave talks with genealogists and Civil War historians; participates in a reenactment; follows the fate of the 13th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry at the battles of Shiloh, Resaca, and Kennesaw Mountain; and learns what it means to be a Union soldier from Kentucky. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
8:00 PM On KET2
Father Brown
#115 The Mysteries of the Rosary
Father Brown and Sid go on a quest to find a mythical rosary when an old friend disappears.
9:00 PM On KET1
Movie Classics
#1098 A Streetcar Named Desire
Tennessee Williams' Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister, Stella, and brutish brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski. Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh, and Kim Hunter star. (1951)
11:00 PM On KET2
Midsomer Murders
#103 Written In Blood - Part One
Barnaby and Troy investigate the brutal murder of a mysterious secretary of a writers circle.
11:06 PM On KET1
Austin City Limits
#3713 Coldplay
Modern rock giants Coldplay ring in the new year highlighting their mega-hits and songs from their newest LP, Mylo Xyloto.
Sunday, September 28
Midnight On KET1
Dirk Gently
#104
The police want to talk to Dirk. Several of his clients have been murdered and Dirk is the only link. Convinced that he's being framed, Dirk resolves to flee the country. He is interrupted by the arrival of a beautiful woman who has been terrorized by a stalker.
Midnight On KET2
Jubilee
#1802 Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out
Five-time IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out, winner of IBMA's Vocal Group of the Year award for seven consecutive years, perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
12:03 AM On KET1
Dirk Gently
#104
The police want to talk to Dirk. Several of his clients have been murdered and Dirk is the only link. Convinced that he's being framed, Dirk resolves to flee the country. He is interrupted by the arrival of a beautiful woman who has been terrorized by a stalker.
1:00 AM On KET1
POV
#2712 Koch
New York City Mayor Ed Koch brought bravado and egocentricity to the office in his three terms.
1:01 AM On KET1
POV
#2712 Koch
New York City Mayor Ed Koch brought bravado and egocentricity to the office in his three terms.
2:00 AM On KET2
POV
#2712 Koch
New York City Mayor Ed Koch brought bravado and egocentricity to the office in his three terms.
4:00 AM On KET1
Wages of Spin: Dick Clark, American Bandstand and the Payola Scandals
Chronicles the Philadelphia Music Scene during the 1950's and 1960's with emphasis on the classic TV dance program American Bandstand. The film focuses on the genesis of the program, the teen idols of the period, and the payola scandal.
6:30 AM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#307 Kentuckiana
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss author Johnny Payne's novel Kentuckiana, a darkly funny portrait of a dysfunctional Lexington family in the 1960s and '70s. A 2001 KET production.
10:00 AM On KET1
Louisville Life
#822 Louisville Zoo; Terry Middleton and Martial Arts School; Gina O'Brien - Brightside; Zachary Taylor
A visit to the Louisville Zoo to check out all the latest sights and sounds; Terry Middleton and his martial arts school in New Albany, Indiana, is the oldest and largest of its kind in the U.S.; an interview with Gina O'Brien, director of Brightside, a Louisville agency that spearheads cleanups, landscaping initiatives, and environmental youth education; and a look at U.S. President Zachary Taylor, who was raised just east of Louisville, on Muddy Fork at Beargrass Creek are featured.
Noon On KET2
Louisville Life
#822 Louisville Zoo; Terry Middleton and Martial Arts School; Gina O'Brien - Brightside; Zachary Taylor
A visit to the Louisville Zoo to check out all the latest sights and sounds; Terry Middleton and his martial arts school in New Albany, Indiana, is the oldest and largest of its kind in the U.S.; an interview with Gina O'Brien, director of Brightside, a Louisville agency that spearheads cleanups, landscaping initiatives, and environmental youth education; and a look at U.S. President Zachary Taylor, who was raised just east of Louisville, on Muddy Fork at Beargrass Creek are featured.
4:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1714
Dave takes a journey of discovery in the Civil War footsteps of his great-great-grandfather Michael Shuffett. Dave talks with genealogists and Civil War historians; participates in a reenactment; follows the fate of the 13th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry at the battles of Shiloh, Resaca, and Kennesaw Mountain; and learns what it means to be a Union soldier from Kentucky. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
4:00 PM On KET2
Father Brown
#115 The Mysteries of the Rosary
Father Brown and Sid go on a quest to find a mythical rosary when an old friend disappears.
8:00 PM On KET1
Masterpiece Classic
#4441 The Paradise, Season 2 - Part 1
Time has not stood still since last season's wedding disaster. Moray, Denise, and Katherine reunite under a new regime.
9:00 PM On KET1
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4433 Miss Marple Season 7: Endless Night
Miss Marple investigates several suspicious deaths believed to have been caused by a gypsy curse.
10:30 PM On KET2
Pioneers of Television
#305 Carol Burnett & The Funny Ladies
This program focuses on Carol Burnett's television comedy career and the funny ladies of television who joined her in paving the way for today's TV comediennes.
11:30 PM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#307 Kentuckiana
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss author Johnny Payne's novel Kentuckiana, a darkly funny portrait of a dysfunctional Lexington family in the 1960s and '70s. A 2001 KET production.
Monday, September 29
12:30 AM On KET2
Masterpiece Classic
#4441 The Paradise, Season 2 - Part 1
Time has not stood still since last season's wedding disaster. Moray, Denise, and Katherine reunite under a new regime.
1:00 AM On KET1
Theater Talk
#719 Hello, Dolly! 50th Anniversary
The 50th anniversary of Hello, Dolly!, the smash musical by Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart, is celebrated.
1:30 AM On KET1
On Story
#406 Thelma & Louise: A Conversation with Callie Khouri
Callie Khouri reflects upon her experience working with Ridley Scott and writing the classic female buddy film.
1:30 AM On KET2
Masterpiece Mystery!
#4433 Miss Marple Season 7: Endless Night
Miss Marple investigates several suspicious deaths believed to have been caused by a gypsy curse.

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