- Bluegrass Underground
- #211 "Vince Gill" [TV-PG]
- Country star and multiple Grammy winner Vince Gill, known for his razor-sharp instrumental skills, expressive tenor voice, richly varied songwriting, and superb choice of backup musicians, performs honky tonk ballads, bluegrass, and country rock. [High-Definition]
- #3004 "An Original DUCKumentary" [TV-PG]
- The story follows a wood duck family and discovers how a male and female create a bond, migrate together across thousands of miles, nurture and protect a brood of chicks, and come full circle as they head to their wintering grounds. [High-Definition]
- Wendell Ford: From Yellow Creek to the Potomac
- A personal retrospective of the career of Kentucky's most prominent political leader in the last quarter of the 20th century. This 1999 KET production explores not only Ford's career as a state senator, lieutenant governor, governor, and U.S. senator, but also the state of politics in the late 20th century.
12:30 am Sunday, November 18
- Official Best of Fest
- #211 "Animation I" [TV-G]
- Three short animated films showcase how animation gives filmmakers the freedom to tell stories. [High-Definition]
- Independent Lens
- #1401 "Park Avenue: Money, Power & The American Dream" [TV-PG]
- The address 740 Park Avenue in Manhattan boasts the highest number of billionaires of any apartment building in the United States. Less than four miles away is New York's 16th Congressional District in the South Bronx, which has the highest poverty rate in the U.S. [High-Definition]
- #3915 "Ultimate Mars Challenge" [TV-G]
- With inside access to the massive team of scientists and engineers responsible for Curiosity's on-the-ground experiments, Nova will be there for the exhilarating moments after the rover's landing on Mars - and for the spectacular discoveries to come. [High-Definition]
- #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
- Live from the Artists Den
- #401 "Adele" [TV-PG]
- Just days after the release of her record-breaking sophomore album, 21, British sensation Adele performed for a small group of lucky fans at the Santa Monica Bay Womans Club in California. She performed hits like "Rolling in the Deep" and "Someone Like You" from 21 as well as a cover of the soul classic "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman." [High-Definition]
- Nova scienceNOW
- #606 "What Will The Future Be Like?" [TV-PG]
- David Pogue investigates which technologies are likely to transform your daily life. What will it mean to us as humans if we become even more entrenched in a 24/7 digital world? [High-Definition]
- #1103 "Celebration of Arkansas Roots Music - Part 1" [TV-G]
- A celebration of Arkansas roots music with performances by bluegrass band The Cleverlys, singer Bonnie Montegomery, musicians Tim Crouch and Gary Rounds, and banjo player Clark Buehling.
- Martin Clunes: The Lemurs of Madagascar
- British actor Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) travels to Madagascar to explore and expose the urgent plight of lemurs. [High-Definition]
- #3023 "The Suicide Plan"
- The world of assisted suicide, one of the most polarizing social issues of our time,is explored not only by the people choosing to die, but also by their "assisters," individuals and right-to-die organizations at risk of prosecution for their actions to hasten death. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life on the Road
- #610 "Along Highway 68" [TV-G]
- A special expanded edition features the history, culture, and people found along Highway 68. Driving from Maysville in the northeast to Paducah in the northwest, host Dave Shuffett stops at the Blue Licks and Perryville battlefields, the Shaker village at Pleasant Hill, a neon-lit drive-in restaurant in Paris, a farm where country hams are made, Bowling Green sites connected with native son and cooking entrepreneur Duncan Hines, and more. A 2000 KET production.
- Conversation with Ken Burns
- Ellen Robertson Green sits down with filmmaker Ken Burns for a one-on-one discussion. Burns talks about his career path, his relationship with PBS, his other award winning films, and his newest documentary The Dust Bowl. [High-Definition]
- Games of the North
- For thousands of years, traditional Inuit sports have been vital for surviving the unforgiving Arctic. Acrobatic and explosive, these ancestral games evolved to strengthen mind, body and spirit within the community. This program follows four modern Inuit athletes and reveals their unique relationship to the games as they compete across the North. [High-Definition]
- #212 "Being a Good Sport and Practice" [TV-Y]
- The puppies are planning their own sports day and when Pido is consumed with winning, he learns the valuable lesson that sports are even better when they are played for fun. Razzles takes over as coach of the relay team and the dogs soon learn that being positive and encouraging is much more fun for everyone. [High-Definition]
- Washington Week
- #5220 [TV-RE]
- Inspired by the book FatherLoss: How Sons of All Ages Come to Terms with the Deaths of Their Dads by Neil Chethik, this poignant new special explores the unique grief sons face when they lose their fathers. Host Dave Shuffett makes a personal journey of discovery after the death of his father in 2007. In addition to the author Neil Chethik, he interviews several other men about father-loss, including Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Joel Pett, magazine editor John Lynch, and others. A 2010 KET production. [High-Definition]
- Barney & Friends
- #1406 "Bop 'til You Drop/Sharing" [TV-Y]
- The park is especially full of kids today, but all of them are busy playing. Baby Bop can't find anyone to play what she wants to play. When the others notice she is sad, they tell her they will play whatever she suggests. This works well at first, until Baby Bop becomes a little bossy. When Riff accidentally wrecks BJ's beloved scooter, he feels terrible! [High-Definition]
- Need To Know
- #262 [TV-RE]
- Instrument Maker: Homer Ledford
- A chronicle of the creation of a dulcimer, from conception to finished instrument, interwoven with the life story of Winchester craftsman Homer Ledford, America's premier dulcimer maker. Produced by Stan Petrey with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Sesame Street
- #4218 "The Furry Four" [TV-Y]
- Telly, Abby, and Elmo are reading Telly's favorite comic book "The Furry Four!" They decide to pretend to be the Furry Four and quickly change into their furry, super costumes. Elmo is the Furry Flash, Abby is the Furry Tornado, and Telly is Mr. Furry! But that only makes three. They need one more member to be Furry Muscles so they can become "The Furry Four." Telly, Elmo, and Abby go on a mission to find one more member! [High-Definition]
- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1611 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Music
- #101 "John Haywood"
- Floyd County native, visual artist, and master banjo player John Haywood performs. John is part of the band Rich and the Po' Folk and the adventurous group the Travelin' Snakes who are featured on the MTV film The Wild and Wonderful Whites. He also performs solo at festivals and in concert around the U.S. [High-Definition]