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Friday 1/11/2013

Midnight EST

KET
GED ConnectionClosed Captioned
#129 "Problem Solving" [TV-G]
A process for solving basic math and word problems, either single- or multi-step.
KET2
Tavis SmileyHigh Definition
#2814 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
JubileeKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#1603 "Curtis Burch Band"
Bluegrass icon Curtis Burch, a founding member of New Grass Revival in the 1970s, performs with his band at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

Midnight

KET
GED ConnectionClosed Captioned
#129 "Problem Solving" [TV-G]
A process for solving basic math and word problems, either single- or multi-step.
 

12:30 am Friday, January 11

KET
Louisville LifeKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#703 "Hadley Pottery/Rooibee Red Tea/Barbara Sexton Smith/Wendy Whelan"
A visit to Hadley Pottery reveals a proud tradition of creating beautiful handmade pottery; Rooibee Red Tea, a relatively new Louisville business which produces bottled teas that are getting national buzz; an interview with Barbara Sexton Smith, president and CEO for Fund for the Arts; and a look at the Kentucky Muse program featuring New York City Ballet principal dancer and Louisville native Wendy Whelan. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
Tavis SmileyHigh Definition
#2813 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
 

1:00

KET
Charlie RoseHigh Definition
#19014 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KET2
The This Old House HourHigh Definition
#1115 [TV-G]
New granite steps, a timeless window seat, and some MDF doors cleverly disguised as wainscoting are installed. Plus, a toilet is installed and a lawn is patched with grass seed. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Louisville: 30 Years of ChangeClosed CaptionedKY
A documentary portrait of Louisville in the 1940s through the 1960s—decades that brought change through a powerful mix of war, race, and music. Old photographs and vintage film reveal a lost world that continues to shape and inspire our time. A 2002 KET production based on newly restored documentaries shot in the 1970s by local filmmaker Al Shands.
 

2:00

KET
Doc MartinHigh Definition
#101 "Going Bodmin" [TV-PG]
As Martin moves in and meets the locals, he realizes that adjusting to village life is not going to be smooth sailing. In his sharp suits and flashy car, he's a fish out of water. [High-Definition]
KET2
The Abolitionists: American ExperienceHigh Definition
#101 "The Abolitionists, Part One" [TV-PG]
Shared beliefs about slavery bring together Angelina Grimke, Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and John Brown. The abolitionist movement, however, is in disarray and increasing violence raises doubts about the efficacy of its pacifist tactics. [High-Definition]
 

3:00

KET
Masterpiece ClassicHigh Definition
#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]
KET2
NatureHigh Definition
#2711 "Cuba: The Accidental Eden" [TV-G]
Cuba's varied landscape, its location in the heart of the Caribbean, and its longstanding place at the center of Cold War politics have all combined to preserve some of the richest and most unusual natural environments of the hemisphere. What will happen to Cuba's stunning biodiversity once the U.S. trade embargo ends? [High-Definition]
KETKY
Tom Owen's LouisvilleKY
#103 "City Center Walk"
Re-discover the collection of public buildings, monuments, and memorials in the heart of Louisville. Tom Owen weaves memorable tales that expose the strength, humor, irony, and tragedy that shaped Louisville's history.
 

4:00

KET2
NovaHigh Definition
#4002 "Decoding Neanderthals" [TV-PG]
Geneticists explore what happened when the first humans encountered Neanderthals 60,000 years ago. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Wilderness RoadKYWatch Online!
Author and University of Kentucky professor Gurney Norman retraces the route of the famous pioneer trail from Kingsport, TN to Boonesborough and gets perspectives on the region's history from a retired forester, a Cherokee teacher, and a Laurel County farmer. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
 

5:00

KET
News QuizHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#2814 "Jan. 10, 2013" [TV-G]
[High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
Life On FireHigh Definition
#102 "Volcano Doctors" [TV-PG]
Whether the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Colombia, Chile, Italy or Iceland, each of these countries is home to active volcanoes and a threat to the population settled at their base. Volcanologists use their tools and knowledge to try to protect those who live beneath the Earth's fire. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Distinguished KentuckianKYWatch Online!
#126 "Lillie Chaffin" [TV-G]
An interview with Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet Lillie Chaffin. In 1974, she was designated by the state legislature as an associate poet laureate of Kentucky. A 1979 KET production. Watch Online
 

5:15

KET
Telling TalesKY
#105 "Jack and the Giants"
A "Jack tale" which pits Jack against four giants, told by Appalachian storytellers Rich Kirby and Tom Bledsoe.
 

5:30

KET
Roundabout UKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#520
[High-Definition] Watch Online
KETKY
Resonance House: Installation to InhabitationKY
Architecture students from the University of Kentucky collaborate to design and build an example of an environment-friendly "green" house in Lexington.
 

6:00

KET
Wai Lana YogaClosed Captioned
#516 "Bellows Breath" [TV-G]
KET2
Clifford the Big Red DogHigh Definition
#124 "Who Me, Jealous?/A Bunny in a Haystack" [TV-Y]
When Mrs. Diller takes care of her sister's puppy for a weekend, Cleo thinks she has to "out-cute" the youngster to compete. Emily Elizabeth brings home the class rabbit, and the dogs learn what a big responsibility it is to have a pet. [High-Definition]
KETKY
James Still's River of EarthKY
[TV-G]
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.