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- BBC World News America
- #17325 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #408 "Doggie Duties" [TV-Y]
- Ruff has to go... bad! He tries to get through the show without an accident, and learns from Liza and Sterling all about "dog duties." He also finds out how astronauts deal with waste in space when he sends Bethany and Isaac to NASA to learn about recycling liquids on the International Space Station. [High-Definition]
- The Wonder Team
- Documentary about the Centre College football team (circa 1917) that became one of the most dominant programs in all of college football. Their rise to power culminated in the defeat of the mighty Harvard University in 1921, a game many experts agree is one of the greatest upsets in the history of college sports.
- Nightly Business Report
- #31362 [TV-RE]
- #604 "Escape from Merlin's Maze" [TV-Y]
- On the prowl for a new power source, Hacker descends on Frogsnorts School of Sorcery. His scheme? To steal Professor Stumblesnore's wand and harness its awesome magic to energize himself. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10502 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #702 "Rome: Baroque Brilliance" [TV-G]
- Rick rambles through the venerable heart of Rome, admires breathtaking Bernini statues, ponders sunbeams inside St. Peter's Basilica, and mingles with the Romans during an early-evening stroll. Following an exquisite Roman dinner, he joins locals after dark, lacing together the Eternal City's most romantic nightspots. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #110 "Sourwood Mountain Dulcimers/John Jacob Niles" [TV-G]
- I.D. Stamper, a master dulcimer builder and player from Letcher County, Ky., and John McCutcheon, a young musician, play together, swap tunes, discuss musical traditions, and demonstrate the difference between hammered and mountain-style dulcimer. And, a portrait of John Jacob Niles, the adding machine repairman who came to eastern Kentucky in 1909 and became a much-noted "arranger, expander, collector, recorder, and performer" of traditional Appalachian ballads. The film shows Niles in concert, at home, at work arranging his music, and explaining the historical place of balladry in American music.
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #728 "Tootie Bland"
- Bill welcomes Tootie Bland, considered one of the most influential women in the horse industry today, who is in Kentucky to promote the Road to the Horse event at the Kentucky Horse Park in 2013. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1613 "Sam Bush and Friends"
- Newgrass originator Sam Bush joins a variety of performers onstage at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Craft in America
- #402 "Crossroads" [TV-G]
- Explores America as a crossroads - a land where craft evolves from global influences, a place of exciting intersections between modern technology and the handmade. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #105 "A Look Back at Season One"
- A look back at some of the best moments from the first season of Kentucky Collectibles. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Rebound: A Basketball Story
- In the fall of 1980, the small town of Independence, Kentucky was rocked by a massive gas explosion at its high school. In the face of adversity, a group of young men picked up the pieces of their lives the way they knew best - by playing basketball. With no school to attend or gym to practice in, the boy's varsity basketball team realized a dream by winning the state championship. In the process, they inspired their fellow students and united the entire community. Nick Clooney narrates. [High-Definition]
- David Geffen: American Masters
- Notoriously press and camera-shy, David Geffen reveals himself for the first time in this unflinching portrait of a complex and compelling man. His far-reaching influence - as agent and manager, record industry mogul, Hollywood and Broadway producer, billionaire philanthropist - helped shape American popular culture for the past four decades. [High-Definition]
- Mark Russell's America
- The documentary features clips from some of Russell's more than 100 public television specials (1975-2004). Presidential campaigns, congressional antics and defining moments from the Iran-Contra affair, the first Gulf War, and the Monica Lewinsky scandal provide ample comedic fodder for his poetic satire. Russell, in a present-day interview, provides context for his most memorable moments and offers humorous reminisces. [High-Definition]
- #3024 "Poor Kids" [TV-PG]
- Follow three young girls from the nation's heartland in this unflinching and revealing exploration of what poverty means to children. [High-Definition]
- Secrets of the Kentucky Derby
- A behind-the-scenes look at the Kentucky Derby to discover how the "fastest two minutes in sports" really comes together.
- BBC World News
- #23325 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #18237 [TV-RE]
- My Kentucky Home
- #106 "Lyon County"
- The program features Lyon County native, historian, and Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham, who grew up across the street from the "Castle on the Cumberland," the Eddyville penitentiary; Otha Munsey discusses the issues of relocation and preparation for a new community; Louise Coleman talks about closing down her beauty shop and beginning anew; and historian Odell Walker discusses the need for community unity in moving forward today.
- Kentucky Life
- #1211 "Jesse Stuart State Nature Preserve/U.S. Marine Hospital/Chalk It Up" [TV-G]
- Host Dave Shuffett visits Jesse Stuart State Nature Preserve, formerly the writer's own home at W-Hollow in Greenup County, and connects Stuart's poetry about spring in Kentucky with the land he helped protect. A tour of the U.S. Marine Hospital in Louisville uncovers its important role in the history of public health care in America. Also, a design competition for students at Western Kentucky University. A 2006 KET production. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #109 "Spelling, Punctuation, and Capitalization" [TV-G]
- Tips on how to improve your writing mechanics.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2737 [TV-RE]
- A Tribute and a Toast to Opera
- University of Kentucky opera students salute the best of opera with performances of a wide array of pieces from time-honored composers. Recorded before a live audience at the UK Singletary Center for the Arts, the production also features the UK Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor John Nardolillo. Dr. Everett McCorvey, director of the UK Opera Theatre, provides introductions and explanations of the selections. The program also includes behind-the-scenes looks at preparations for the gala from both the conductor's and the director's perspectives. A 2005 KET production.