- #1108 "Alejandro Escovedo & Joseph Arthur" [TV-G]
- Alejandro Escovedo returns with music from his new album, Big Station, followed by singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur with songs from his double album, Redemption City.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2810 [TV-RE]
- Reel Visions: Spotlight on Kentucky Filmmakers
- #123 "Films by Steven Middleton and Stephen Kertis"
- Tobaccolachia, by Steven Middleton, documents the current state of tobacco farming in Eastern Kentucky. Also, a short titled Skipping Fish Boat School by Stephen Kertis, about the Louisville school that teaches students of all ages how to build boats. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Saturday, January 5
- Tavis Smiley
- #2809 [TV-RE]
- From the Ground Up
- #106 "Residential Architecture"
- A look at Kentucky home architectual styles. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- Charlie Rose
- #19010 [TV-RE]
- Washington Week
- #5227 [TV-RE]
- Studio 89
- #606 "Barnaby Bright"
- Indie folk rock duo Barnaby Bright perform songs from their latest album, Gravity. [High-Definition]
- Need To Know
- #301 [TV-RE]
- Pioneers of Television
- #204 "Local Kids' TV" [TV-G]
- In the early years of television, local kids' programs shaped the childhoods of millions of American children. Performers honed their skills performing on live TV with small budgets and little support. One early talent, Stan Freberg, got off the bus in the middle of Hollywood, became a cartoon voice talent, and created Time for Beany. Freberg's story is told along with the story of legendary Muppets creator Jim Henson, animator Bob Clampett, actor Chuck McCann, performer Pat McMahon, and Nancy Claster, who developed the Baltimore kids' series Romper Room - the first franchised show in television history. [High-Definition]
- Great Performances
- #3807 "Paul Simon's Graceland Journey" [TV-PG]
- Paul Simon reunites with musicians in South Africa and reflects on his acclaimed 1986 album Graceland, regarded as one of the most significant recordings of its time. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #105 "Buffalo Creek: An Act of God/Buffalo Creek Revisited" [TV-G]
- On February 26, 1972, a coal-waste dam owned by the Pittston Company collapsed at the head of a crowded hollow in southern West Virginia. The disaster left 125 dead and 4,000 homeless. Interviews with survivors, representatives of union and citizen's groups, and officials of the Pittston Company are juxtaposed with actual footage of the flood. Filmed ten years after the Flood, Buffalo Creek Revisited looks at the second disaster, in which the survivors' efforts to rebuild the communities are thwarted by government insensitivity and a century-old pattern of corporate control of the region's land and resources.
- Johnny Carson: American Masters
- Explore the life and career of The Tonight Show host through unprecedented access to Carson's personal and professional archives. Interviews with family, colleagues and performers including David Letterman, Jay Leno, Ellen DeGeneres, Conan O'Brien, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Joan Rivers, Mel Brooks, Angie Dickinson, David Steinberg, Don Rickles, Carl Reiner, Doc Severinsen and others. Kevin Spacey narrates. [High-Definition]
- Deep Down
- Two eastern Kentucky neighbors are at odds in a contentious community battle over a proposed mountaintop removal coal mine. [High-Definition]
- Life On Fire
- #101 "Icelandic Volcanoes" [TV-G]
- Aerial footage of Iceland sheds light on the possible consequences of a major volcanic eruption. [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]
- Math Basics
- #109 "Dimensions"
- Basic concepts in geometry, including length, width, and area; using maps and grids; expressing locations in three dimensions.
- The This Old House Hour
- #1114 [TV-G]
- Finishing touches are coming together on the driveway, walk-in closets, home automation, and some remarkable wallpaper in the powder room. Plus, Terrazzo floors are restored and a cracked floor joist is repaired. [High-Definition]
- Southern Fried Fitness
- #311 "America's Backyard Barbecue Masters" [TV-G]
- Robin reveals the best kept secret in backyard's all across America, The Backyard Barbecue Masters.
- Math Basics
- #110 "Patterns and Statistics"
- Pattern recognition; tessellations; number patterns; displaying numeric data with graphs; introduction to statistics; sampling and probability.
- Kentucky Afield
- #2913 [TV-G]
- A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition]
- Bob the Builder
- #809 "Following Clues (Pt. 2)" [TV-Y]
- Spud and Scrambler continue to search for the Golden Hammer and mistakenly think they see a real dragon! [High-Definition]
- Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
- #1565 "Opera: A Star for Kitty" [TV-Y]
- Mister Rogers shows a pair of opera glasses, and the neighbors attend the birthday opera A Star for Kitty. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #614 "Crazy Quilts/Tattoo Museum/Cave Painter/Dawson Springs" [TV-G]
- Daviess County's Kay Wimsatt and her passion for crazy quilts; a Louisville tattoo parlor that also houses a museum of body art; abstract artist David Gulotta, who finds inspiration in the depths of Mammoth Cave; and Dawson Springs' past as a resort town and spring-training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1914 to 1917. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online