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- BBC World News America
- #17286 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #313 "Dog of the Rings" [TV-Y]
- The Fetch 3000 is on the blink. Glen, Ruff's techie teenage nephew, says he will fix it—if Ruff does something for him in return. Glen is a live-action role player, and he was supposed to go on a LARPing adventure at Wing's Castle. But he has caught a cold and can't go, so he wants one of the kids to take his place. [High-Definition]
- A Native Presence
- 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.
- Nightly Business Report
- #31335 [TV-RE]
- #112 "Of All the Luck" [TV-Y]
- Convinced that his failure to defeat Motherboard is simply a result of bad luck, Hacker collects the Ten Lucky Charms of Cyberspace. It works, and his luck changes—which is bad luck for everyone else. Motherboard sends the kids and Digit to Hacker's hideout in the Northern Frontier, where they use logic; Venn diagrams; and understanding of the words and, or, and not to free the Charms. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10475 [TV-RE]
- Pedal America
- #102 "In Search of the Raystown Ray - Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania" [TV-G]
- Learn the story of The Allegrippis Trail System at Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania as Ira introduces mountain biking to beginners. [High-Definition]
- Along Kentucky 80
- Journalist John Ed Pearce travels across southern Kentucky on state Hwy. 80, from the Breaks of the Big Sandy on the Virginia border to Columbus-Belmont Battlefield State Park on the Mississippi River. Stops along the way include Mammoth Cave, Lake Cumberland, Logan County sites with historic connections to Jesse James and Andrew Jackson, the South Union Shaker village, Bowling Green, and Cadiz. A 1992 KET production. Watch Online
- Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
- #916 "Great Investors: Bruce Berkowitz" [TV-RE]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #3850 "Oct. 12, 2012"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Jack Brammer, political writer, Lexington Herald-Leader; Joe Gerth, political writer, Louisville Courier-Journal; and John Nelson, executive editor, Advocate Communications, Inc. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Doc Martin
- #404 "Driving Mr. McLynn" [TV-PG]
- Martin is called to Louisa's new home after she has a dizzy spell while shifting furniture. Martin urges her to slow down, but is shocked to learn that Louisa has applied to be her school's head teacher again. Aunt Joan is involved in a car crash with the McLynns, an elegant elderly couple. When P.C. Penhale rushes to the scene and tries to impose his authority, he is ignored by both drivers. Edith visits Martin for some advice on her medical research, and Martin reveals he has applied for the prestigious surgeon's job in London. [High-Definition]
- Mission Appalachia: The Story of Red Bird
- The Red Bird Mission has been described as one of the most comprehensive mission sites in the world.Â Nearly 3,000 volunteers journey to Appalachia from all across the United States to bring relief and support to fellow Americans. This documentary follows very personal stories of hope and resilience of the mountain people who refer to it simply, and affectionately, as "Red Bird." [High-Definition]
- The McLaughlin Group
- #3042 [TV-RE]
- Washington Week
- #5215 [TV-RE]
- Movie Classics
- #1046 "Dark Victory" [TV-PG]
- An heiress with only months to live embarks on a social whirl, then marries her doctor. Bette Davis, George Brent, and Humphrey Bogart star.
- All Aboard: Kentucky and the American Railroads
- #101 "The Power, the Might, and the Locomotive"
- The story of locomotion is fascinating. The invention was created to harness 'horse power' and move goods and people across America, faster than anyone could ever imagine. The earliest locomotive engine was created in England in the 1820's. Soon after, the engine arrived in America where steam power dominated transportation for more than a century. Today this story is embodied in the acquisition by the Historic Railpark & Train Museum of former Chicago & Northwestern RR locomotive 2011. [High-Definition]
- Need To Know
- John Tuska: Non Basta Una Vita
- The life and work of the late John Tuska, a prolific and well-known artist who was also a University of Kentucky art professor for three decades. Photographs, recently uncovered interviews, and examples of Tuska's art explore his inspirations and his evolution as an artist. Produced and directed by Arthur Rouse and Kiley Lane with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Broadway: The American Musical
- #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]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #104 "Hand Carved" [TV-G]
- Chester Cornett made chairs for Presidents and his work is displayed in museums across the country. In this film, Chester fells a tree on the site of his family's homeplace on the top of Pine Mountain in southeastern Kentucky and transports it back to his small apartment and workshop in inner-city Cincinnati. He uses simple hand tools to chop, whittle, and carve the wood into an exquisite, eight-legged, "two-in-one" rocker.
- Kentucky's Natural Heritage
- #107 "Panther Glade"
- Panther Glade, on the edge of the Elizabethtown Karst Plain, is a haven for distinct flora and fauna.
- BBC World News
- #23286 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #18210 [TV-RE]
- Jubilee - Summertime Blues
- #1510 "The Stella Vees"
- A Lexington, Kentucky-based group, Stella Vees performs hot Retro blues at the 2010 W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival in Henderson, Kentucky. A 2011 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky Life
- #1107 "Bauer's Candies/Appalachian Artisan Center/Wheeler's Pharmacy" [TV-G]
- The creamy combination of marshmallow and caramel called the Modjeska, made for more than 100 years by Bauer's Candy; folk art and craft work at the Kentucky Appalachian Artisan Center in Hindman; and Wheeler's Pharmacy in Lexington, where meals are still served at an old-fashioned lunch counter. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- #710 "George Winston" [TV-G]
- Master pianist George Winston performs his iconic impressionist style and a selection of his recordings.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2710 [TV-RE]
- Reel Visions: Spotlight on Kentucky Filmmakers
- #115 "Living Lightly by Robin Burke"
- Robin Burke's film Living Lightly documents a family in New Brunswick, Canada and their simple life that revolves around hard work and the love of their land. [High-Definition] Watch Online