- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1618 [TV-RE]
- Secrets of Highclere Castle
- It may be more famous now than any time in its 1,300-year history as the setting of Downton Abbey, but England's Highclere Castle has its own stories to tell. See how all the inhabitants of Highclere lived and find out how the current inhabitants spend $1 million in annual upkeep funds. [High-Definition]
- James Still's River of Earth
- A portrait of one of Kentucky's most distinguished and honored writers, an Alabama native who lived and worked in Knott County from 1931 until his death in the spring of 2001. Regarded as the dean of Appalachian literature, Still wrote the novel River of Earth as well as short stories, children's books, collections of mountain lore and sayings, and poetry. A 1997 KET production.
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- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #801 "Gov. Steve Beshear"
- Bill sits down with Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to preview the 2013 legislative session. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- European Journal
- #3101 "Greece's Refugees Want to Go Home" [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4301 "Downton Abbey, Season 3 - Part 1" [TV-PG]
- Wedding guests descend on Downton Abbey, where disasters - large and small - threaten. One is Cora's freewheeling American mother, who tries to loosen up her in-laws. [High-Definition]
- Finding Our Way Home
- An introduction to genealogical and historical records and services available through the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives.
- Scully/The World Show
- #1537 [TV-G]
- From the Ground Up
- #101 "Kentucky Communities"
- How different Kentucky communities developed. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #528 "Taymor V. Bono: The Spider-Man Case, Plus Remembering Theodore Mann" [TV-G]
- Reporter Patrick Healy of The New York Times drops by for a "Broadway Update."
- My Kentucky Home
- #101 "Crittenden County"
- A historical look at Crittenden County and its economic and social contribution to the state.
- Equitrekking Adventures
- #609 "Utah" [TV-G]
- Darley Newman rides through Utah's Bryce Canyon, Snow Canyon, Capitol Reef, and Antelope Island. [High-Definition]
- At Home with the Georgians
- #101 "A Man's Place" [TV-PG]
- Historian Amanda Vickery explores how the British obsession with homes began 300 years ago. Using the diaries and letters of men and women of the Georgian era, she discovers how a residence became crucial to the success or failure of a marriage, and uncovers surprising truths about the lives of spinsters and bachelors. [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]
- Henry Clay and the Struggle for the Union
- The documentary looks at the role of Henry Clay in holding off the War between the States. It explores the impact of slavery on the expansion of the Nation westward and how conflict between the North and South was irrepressible. The film is lavishly illustrated with stunning period photographs and art, footage of the old senate chamber, and dramatic interpretations performed by actors of Clay and his senate colleagues. [High-Definition]
- Hollywood Biography
- #507 "Mae West ... and the Men Who Knew Her" [TV-PG]
- As the first "blonde bombshell," Mae West reigned supreme and changed the nation's view of women, sex, and race - on stage, in films, on radio, and television. Her bawdy humor challenged taboos of the day and she braved jail for her so-called "pornographic" plays.
- A fascinating look at the world of thoroughbred horses through the eyes of the people who breed, race, sell, and love them. A 2010 KET production, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Wagner. [High-Definition]
- GED Connection en Español
- #114 "Poesía" [TV-G]
- Poet Sonia Sanchez reads from her work and shows how to analyze a poem, U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky introduces the "Favorite Poem Project," and people talk about how poetry can be a powerful means of expression.
- History Detectives
- #912 [TV-PG]
- A one-of-a-kind photograph poses a jarring question: Is the African American wearing a Confederate uniform slave or free? And, did Hollywood treat the Native Americans listed in this payment ledger fairly? Then, an ornate stock certificate unlocks secrets to the earliest days of Harlem. [High-Definition]
- Equitrekking Adventures
- #605 "Arizona" [TV-G]
- Darley travels from Northeastern Arizona down to the border of Mexico to explore the diversity of this southwestern state. She rides at a 300-year-old hacienda style ranch in the high Sonoran desert with a real cowboy guide. Outside of Phoenix, Darley saddles up to ride old gold mining routes and pan for gold with a modern day prospector in the Bradshaw Mountains. [High-Definition]
- Saddles and Silks: A Jockey's Story
- Goes behind the scenes at Kentucky's four racetracks to follow the working days of jockeys. These dedicated athletes work tirelessly—often with only one or two days' notice of where their next mount will race or which trainer will hire (or fire) them. Produced by Michelle LaRock with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #512 "Easy Stress Relief" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #121 "Good-Bye T-Bone/The Truth About Dogs and Cats" [TV-Y]
- Clifford and Cleo misunderstand a conversation they overhear and think that T-Bone is moving away. Two cats move into the tree next door to T-Bone, and the dogs try everything to chase them away—until they realize they really don't have any reason not to like their new neighbors. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #411 "John Hurtgen"