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Wednesday 10/10/2012

6:00 pm EDT

BBC World News AmericaHigh Definition
#17284 [TV-RE]
Fetch! With Ruff RuffmanHigh Definition
#311 "Will They Like the Show? It's a Shoe-In!" [TV-Y]
Ruff designs a new kind of sneaker—the kind that's ridiculous and annoying. So DJ and Sammy head to a sneaker company to try to design something more functional. Then, while trying to remove his shoes, Ruff falls over a trunk containing his old street performer props and decides to send Jay and Sam to learn the art of street performing. [High-Definition]
Roundabout UKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
Carter and Clark prepare for the upcoming election. Thye find out how WKMS is stepping up their political coverage for this year's campaign and talk with MSU students about the importance of voting. Plus, they catch up with Lindsey Summers from the Murray State College Democrats and Nathan McNichols from the College Republicans to learn about their roles on campus. [High-Definition] Watch Online


Nightly Business ReportHigh Definition
#31333 [TV-RE]
CyberchaseHigh Definition
#205 "All the Right Angles" [TV-Y]
Motherboard mistakenly sends Hacker a treasure map that leads to the secret of legendary cyber-pirate Ivanka the Invincible's invincibility. The kids must find the secret treasure before Hacker does by using their skill with angles to read the strange map, which contains only riddles about twists and turns. [High-Definition]
Connections with Renee ShawKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#805 "dream hampton"
Acclaimed hip hop journalist and culture critic dream hampton has written about music, culture, and politics for 20 years. She is "divesting herself of hip hop" and discusses why she is ready to turn her back on the genre that has consumed much of her career. [High-Definition] Watch Online


PBS NewsHourHigh Definition
#10473 [TV-RE]
Burt Wolf: Travels & TraditionsClosed Captioned
#904 "Cruising France" [TV-G]
Burt starts his trip in Paris. Then cruises to Beaune for their famous wine auction and a visit to a 700 year old hospital that has become one of the great architectural landmarks of France. Next, he tours the Chateau De Cormatin in Tournus which was built by the finance minister to a king of France. Then to Lyon once the silk capital of Europe and where modern French cuisine was invented.
Conversations with ChampionsKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#101 "C.M. Newton" [TV-G]
A conversation with ex-NCAA Rules Chair and former University of Kentucky Athletics Director C.M. Newton. A Georgetown College production. [High-Definition] Watch Online


The Truth About Money with Ric EdelmanHigh Definition
#221 [TV-G]
Should you put your retirement money into collectibles and fine art? Ric visits one of the world's largest auction houses to find out. Plus, the funny side of the world's worst dates and an inside look at the business of show business. [High-Definition]


NatureHigh Definition
#3001 "Siberian Tiger Quest" [TV-PG]
Chris Morgan attempts to find a Siberian tiger living wild in Russia's far eastern forests. This film features the work of Korean cameraman, Sooyong Park, who spent two years in the forest tracking and filming the world's biggest cat. [High-Definition]
Broadway: The American MusicalHigh Definition
#101 "Give My Regards to Broadway (1893-1927)/Syncopated City (1919-1933)" [TV-PG]
Impresario Florenz Ziegfeld; Irving Berlin, a Russian immigrant who becomes the voice of assimilated America; Jewish comedienne Fanny Brice and African American Bert Williams, America's first "crossover" artists; George M. Cohan's energetic song-and-dance routines; and the Red Summer of 1919, when labor unrest sweeps the nation—and Broadway. [High-Definition]
A Native PresenceKY
A discussion of the presence of Native Americans in Kentucky's past, as well as current events that show how Kentuckians are embracing this heritage. A look back at the infamous Slack Farm looting incident, in which hundreds of graves were desecrated, focuses on laws passed since then to protect archaeologically and culturally important sites, while scenes from powwows and other events around the state show the vitality of the state's contemporary American Indian community. A 1995 KET production.


NovaHigh Definition
#3913 "Secrets of the Viking Sword" [TV-PG]
Learn how Viking sword makers designed and built the Ulfberht sword, and uncover its role in history. Considered one of the greatest swords ever made, it remains a fearsome weapon more than a millennium after it last saw battle. [High-Definition]
Sound Tracks: Music Without BordersHigh Definition
A global musical adventure combines today's dynamic music scene with the power of social change. [High-Definition]
The Battle of Mill SpringsKY
Byron Crawford hosts a new look at the Civil War battle fought on the north side of the Cumberland River in what is present day Nancy, Ky., in January 1862, a Union victory at which the dead included Confederate Brig. Gen. Felix Zollicoffer.


Nova scienceNOWHigh Definition
#601 "What Makes Us Human?" [TV-PG]
David Pogue explores the traits we once thought were uniquely ours - language, tool-making, even laughter - to uncover their evolutionary roots. [High-Definition]
Rock PropheciesHigh Definition
Go behind the ropes and beyond the green rooms to view rock 'n' roll through the eyes of prolific photographer Robert M. Knight. He launched his 40-year career in 1968 and many of Knight's subjects (also friends) share their thoughts about the photographer in exclusive, illuminating interviews, including Jeff Beck, Slash, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, ZZ Top, Robert Cray, Carlos Santana, Def Leppard, and many others. [High-Definition]
Morehead & Northfork RailroadKYHigh Definition
The film depicts the rise and fall of the railroad from the early 1900's to the 1970's. The Morehead & NorthFork Railroad in Rowan County created jobs, a town, and saved many lives during the horrific 1939 flood. But now, it's a forgotten landmark which has a century long story to tell. [High-Definition]


Kentucky's Ohio River TownsClosed CaptionedKY
More than 650 miles of the Ohio River, from Catlettsburg in the east to Wickliffe in the west, form the northern border of Kentucky. Towns began to develop along the river in the 1790s, with each contributing to the growth of Kentucky and the movement west. Filmmaker Cory Lash explores the histories of 14 smaller river towns and their places in the history of the state as a whole. Produced with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.


BBC World News
#23284 [TV-RE]
Charlie RoseHigh Definition
#18208 [TV-RE]
WoodSongsClosed CaptionedKY
#1010 "Janie Fricke with The Roys plus The Matt Flinner Trio" [TV-G]
Country artist Janie Fricke and The Roys perform some of her best-known music from her album, Country Side of Bluegrass, followed by Matt Flinner, one of the hottest and most creative mandolin players on the acoustic scene.


Kentucky LifeClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
#1105 "Louisville Blues/Bull Riders/Garry Bibbs" [TV-G]
A remembrance of early Louisville blues history, when performers like Sylvester Weaver and Sara Martin were beginning to hone their sound; father-and-son bull riders Rick and Rod Dizney of Knox County, founders of the Appalachian Pro Bull Rider's Association; and University of Kentucky art professor and sculptor Garry Bibbs. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online


Workplace Essential SkillsClosed CaptionedWatch Online!
#111 "Working Together" [TV-G]
Stresses the key personal skills and strategies needed for collaborating with colleagues and working in teams. Watch Online
Tavis SmileyHigh Definition
#2708 [TV-RE]
Studio 89KYHigh Definition
#604 "Robin Lacy and DeZydeco"
This six-piece group has been set apart from the mainstream with their unique instrumentation. Taking the lessons learned from the roots of New Orleans and Louisiana music and culture, Robin Lacy and DeZydeco has added its own original songwriting and classic crowd pleasers. [High-Definition]