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- Sesame Street
- #4307 "Brandeis Is Looking for a Job" [TV-Y]
- Brandeis, a yellow Labrador Retriever, is looking for a job on Sesame Street and becomes a service dog! [High-Definition]
- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1613 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Music
- #103 "Sarah Wood"
- Accomplished banjo player and ballad singer, Sarah Wood, one of Kentucky's young starlets in traditional music circles, performs her traditional music. Sarah grew up in Flatwoods, Kentucky and currently resides in Maysville. [High-Definition]
- #412 "Come Back to the Farm"
- Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss a collection of short stories by Jesse Stuart. The 16 stories reflect the essence of Appalachia, portraying the pioneer spirit, self-reliance, and humor of the hill people of Stuart's homeland. A 2002 KET production. Watch Online
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #102 "Newcomb College Pottery/Martin Guitar/Rare Marbles"
- Expert appraisers examine treasures including pottery from Newcomb College, a 1946 Martin Guitar, and some of the rarest marbles in the world. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Curious George
- #304 "Mulch Ado About Nothing/What Goes Up" [TV-Y]
- The secret to Bill's amazing garden is the compost he uses to feed his plants. But when George tries to make his own, he ends up with a stinky mess. On Reuse Your Junk Day, George and the Man with the Yellow Hat plan on one last quick pickup at the Renkins' before they go to the lake. But when they arrive at the farm, they find a mountain of junk piled in the living room. [High-Definition]
- European Journal
- #3048 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Afield
- #2909 [TV-G]
- A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition]
- The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
- #205 "Meet The Beetles/Tongue Tied" [TV-Y]
- Three of the Cat's beetle friends help Nick and Sally protect their cookie jar. Nick and Sally learn about different tongues. [High-Definition]
- Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
- #816 "Tone Your Entire Body" [TV-G]
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- Edge Outreach, Walter Lay Guitars, Caudill Seed, and Bill Dohn's Mint are featured. [High-Definition]
- Super Why!
- #106 "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" [TV-Y]
- Whyatt accidentally messes up Jack's room and is in big trouble with his big brother. The Super Readers visit Goldilocks and find her surrounded by three broken chairs, three bowls of porridge, and three times the mess. [High-Definition]
- Big Band Vocalists
- This special looks back at the greatest "crooners" and "canaries" of the 1940s, featuring the greatest vocalists of the period including Louis Armstrong, Perry Como, Doris Day, Helen Forest with the Harry James Orchestra, Peggy Lee with The Benny Goodman Orchestra, and more. Nick Clooney and Peter Marshall host. [High-Definition]
- Louisville Life
- #406 "Youth Performing Arts School/Bon Vivant Savant/Paul Rusch/Joe Reagan/Merridian" [TV-G]
- With the release of the updated musical, Fame, a look at in Louisville's "Fame" school — the Youth Performing Arts School; the unique and adventurous dining experience of Bon Vivant Savant; a profile of Paul Rusch, a Louisville native who found his life's work in the Far East and became a national hero to the Japanese; an interview with Joe Reagan of Greater Louisville Inc.; and a visit to Merridian, an importer of goods who believes in being "green" and supporting local communities. A 2009 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Dinosaur Train
- #108 "One Big Dinosaur/Play Date with Annie" [TV-Y]
- Tiny and Buddy visit a dinosaur family called Argentinosaurus, some of the biggest land creatures ever! The kids find out there are great things about being really big, and that it's also great being their own size. Buddy is excited that his friend Annie Tyrannosaurus is coming to the Pteranodon nest to visit and play with them. After Tiny feels left out, Buddy and Annie show her that they can all be friends! [High-Definition]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #3905 "Nov. 30, 2012"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with guest host Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV in Lexington. Guests: Ronnie Ellis, Frankfort reporter, CNHI, Inc.; Jack Brammer, political writer, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Roger Alford, Frankfort bureau reporter, Associated Press. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
- #105 "Prince Wednesday Finds A Way To Play/Finding A Way To Play On Backwards Day" [TV-Y]
- Daniel and Katerina Kittycat find a way to play together with Prince Wednesday at school. Daniel and O the Owl learn to compromise when Miss Elaina plans a backwards play date at her house. [High-Definition]
- Connections with Renee Shaw
- #804 "Rev. Kimberly Jones"
- Renee talks with Miss Plus America, the Rev. Kimberly Jones from Louisville, about pageantry and how recognition of full-figured women affects body image of young girls. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Sid the Science Kid
- #201 "No School Singalong Special!" [TV-Y]
- Sid wonders what he could possibly do on his day off from school. But when all his friends come over for a play date, they quickly put their science minds together and decide to put on a show in the backyard! They each take turns rocking out as they sing their favorite science songs for a very appreciative audience of Mom, Dad, and Zeke! [High-Definition]
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #719 "Dr. Morris Grubbs"
- Dr. Morris Grubbs, assistant dean in the office of Graduate Academic Services at the University of Kentucky, is a former student of farmer, author, essayist, and poet Wendell Berry. Grubbs discusses books he has edited related to Berry and the national award Berry received from the National Endowment for the Humanities this spring. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe
- #2102 [TV-RE]
- Bob Ross: The Happy Painter
- A behind-the-scenes look at Ross's journey from humble beginnings to an American pop-culture icon. Famous Bob Ross enthusiasts, including talk-show pioneer Phil Donahue, film stars Jane Seymour and Terrence Howard, chef Duff Goldman, and country music favorites Brad Paisley and Jerrod Niemann, provide fascinating insights into the man, the artist, and his legacy. [High-Definition]
- Great Conversations:
- #1401 "Rosanne Cash and Nick Spitzer"
- Grammy-winner Rosanne Cash discusses her book, Composed: A Memoir, a self-portrait and testament to the power of art, tradition and love to transform a life. She is interviewed by Nick Spitzer, producer and host of public radio's American Routes. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Inside Washington
- #2433 [TV-G]
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #199 "Favorite Moments - Season One"
- Hosts Dave Shuffett and Amy Hess take a look back at some of their favorite moments from the first season. Highlights include a collection of rare snuff bottles, an Italian Revival Lamp with a local connection, and an 18th century still life worth an amount you'll have to see to believe! [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #607 "Tilghman Heritage Center/Daniel Boone Forest Archaeology/John Ward/Lake Cumberland" [TV-G]
- A Paducah museum and antebellum/Civil War education center, a dig in Jackson County where archaeologists are uncovering Kentucky history circa 12,000 years ago, a Mount Sterling painter who's a rising star in the worlds of landscape and wildlife art, and Kentucky's longest lake. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley
- Vintage photos, interviews, and video footage reveal the intensity of Elvis Presley's love for and devotion to gospel music. Even offstage, Elvis sometimes broke into impromptu gospel performances. His commitment to the form was tested many times by producers and record label executives, but not by Grammy voters, who ignored Presley's number-one hits but rewarded three of his best gospel performances. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Time Capsule
- #122 "All Your Parts Don't Wear Out at the Same Time"
- In the 1970s, "old age" began to get a new image. Research and greater understanding of exercise and diet led to the realization that old age could be a time of vigorous activity. But how do you tell a society obsessed with youth about the value of having old people around? Actors Theatre of Louisville created a program to help old people spread the word about their worth. Watch Online
- Downton Abbey Revisited
- Using clips, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage, this program features moments from the first two seasons of the series and tantalizing previews of season three. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #104 "Coal Black Voices"
- The Affrilachian Poets, an ensemble of African-American and minority writers from Appalachia and the South, challenge the notions of an all-white region and culture and celebrate their African heritage and rural roots. Their work gives voice to the pleasures and power of family, land, good food, artistic community, music, and transformation. Watch Online