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- BBC World News America
- #17297 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #316 "I'll Ruff and I'll Ruff and I'll Blow Your House Down" [TV-Y]
- Ruff is having a lot of trouble with Chet, his new mouse assistant. Chet needs training, and it would be nice if he lived somewhere other than in the Fetch 3000. So Ruff sends DJ to a dog obedience school to become an expert trainer, and Noel, Sammy, and Jay go to engineering school to learn to construct a new home for Chet—out of straw. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #1942 "4th Congressional District"
- A discussion with candidates in the 4th Congressional District race. Scheduled guests are: William R. "Bill" Adkins, Democratic Party, and Former Lewis County Judge/Executive Thomas Massie, Republican Party. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #31342 [TV-RE]
- #405 "Measure for Measure" [TV-Y]
- Hacker reveals his Transformatron, which can change anyone into anything—except that the kids still have the Network Interface Card he needs to make it work. Meanwhile, the kids find a map that leads them to Coop (Tony Hawk), Slider's long-lost father, and discover that he has been a victim of magnetite. Before they can measure out the antidote, Hacker grabs both Slider and the NIC. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10482 [TV-RE]
- Music Voyager
- #305 "Israel: Voices from the Desert" [TV-PG]
- The Idan Raichel Project perform at the foot of the magnificent "Solomon's Pillars," a natural rock formation in the Negev Desert near the Red Sea resort city of Eilat. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #106 "Strangers and Kin" [TV-G]
- The film traces the evolution of the "hillbilly" image through Hollywood films, network news and entertainment shows, dramatic renderings of popular literature, and interviews with contemporary Appalachians to demonstrate how stereotypes are created, reinforced, and often used to rationalize exploitation.
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #737 "David Brooks"
- David Brooks, a political and cultural commentator who writes for the New York Times as well as a commentator on PBS NewsHour, discusses his career and the 2012 presidential election. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1610 "Sydni Perry and Cafe Blue"
- Sydni Perry and Cafe Blue present their "progressive acoustic" take on bluegrass at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War
- The documentary tells the inside story of the Cuban Missile Crisis and its three central characters - John F. Kennedy, Fidel Castro, and Nikita Khrushchev. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Collectibles
- Expert appraisers examine treasures including an autographed Babe Ruth baseball, a Harpers Ferry pistol, and an amazing snuff bottle collection. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky's Greenside
- #103 "kyGREEN.tv - A Year of Living Green in Kentucky!" [TV-G]
- Take a trip to western Kentucky and learn more about ethanol production in the state.Â Hang out with the creators of the Lily Rainbarrel in Lexington and visit with the folks at Ky. Eagle Inc. Head to Louisville and spend time with a local business that uses recycled equipment to make posters, cards, and invitations and spend some time in Frankfort for I Love the Mountains Day. Also, some tips and informative facts you can use to impress your friends. [High-Definition]
- Secrets of the Dead
- #1201 "The Man Who Saved The World" [TV-PG]
- Follow the drama and debate the B-59 Soviet submarine during the critical point in the Cold War. The story of what happened that fateful day remained hidden for decades, only emerging in Russia in recent years. [High-Definition]
- Half The Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
- #102 [TV-M]
- Diane Lane and Kristof investigate maternal mortality in Somaliland. In India, America Ferrera and Kristof get a firsthand look at the tradition of forced prostitution passed down from mothers to daughters. In Kenya, Olivia Wilde joins Kristof to see how women entrepreneurs are changing not only their lives but their communities. [High-Definition]
- Prominent Kentuckians in the United States Senate
- #101 "Henry Clay: Kentucky Titan"
- Henry Clay, Sr., was a lawyer, politician, and skilled orator who represented Kentucky separately in both the Senate and in the House of Representatives and was also Secretary of State from 1825 to 1829. [High-Definition]
- #3021 "Climate of Doubt" [TV-RE]
- A look at the organizations that fought the scientific establishment, environmental groups, and lawmakers to shift the direction of debate on climate issues and redefined the politics of global warming. [High-Definition]
- Eight Acres of History: Lexington's African Cemetery No. 2
- A documentary about a historic African-American cemetery and the small band of Lexingtonians who have spent years restoring it. Thousands are buried at African Cemetery No. 2, including the winning jockey of the first Kentucky Derby, a number of Buffalo Soldiers, and a member of the Civil War's 54th Massachusetts Regiment. The 141-year-old cemetery was neglected and overgrown before volunteers began the work of restoring the grounds and gathering the life stories of those buried there. Produced by the Lexington Public Library's Cable Channel 20.
- BBC World News
- #23297 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #18217 [TV-RE]
- Living the Story: The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky
- Based on interviews collected for the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky Oral History Project, this documentary explores Kentucky's civil rights history and presents the personal experiences of men and women who recall life in a segregated society and the struggle to bring about social justice. Produced by Arthur Rouse and Joan Brannon for the Kentucky Oral History Commission/Kentucky Historical Society. Betsy Brinson, executive producer. Watch Online
- Kentucky Life
- #1114 "Lacey Griffey/Bruce McElya/River City Drum Corp" [TV-G]
- Lacey Griffey, an Appalachian cook from Benham, prepares fried chicken for a big church supper; Simpsonville photographer Bruce McElya shows his pictures of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon; and Louisville's River City Drum Corp trains children and young adults in African drumming—and in life. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #101 "Orientation" [TV-G]
- An overview of the GED test and how this series and its accompanying workbooks and online lessons can help adults prepare.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2717 [TV-RE]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #503 "Madisonville"
- A concert from the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville spotlights Western Kentucky talent: the Murray State University Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dennis Johnson; vocalist Janet Cunningham; a choral group from the Governor's School for the Arts; and nationally known flutist Jim Walker, originally from Muhlenberg County. A 1997 KET production.