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Wednesday 1/23/2013

1:00 am EST

KET
Charlie RoseHigh Definition
#19022 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KET2
Pioneers of TelevisionHigh Definition
#302 "Primetime Soaps" [TV-PG]
Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Linda Evans, Joan Collins, Joan Van Ark, and more stars discuss primetime soaps Dallas, Dynasty, and Knots Landing. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Kentucky Life on the RoadClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
#709 "Along Highway 60" [TV-G]
In a special expanded edition, host Dave Shuffett takes a nostalgic tour of Kentucky by driving from Ashland to Paducah on U.S. 60. Stops include a drive-in restaurant, Grayson Lake, Calumet Farm, the state capitol, a Frankfort memorial to African-American Civil War veterans, a Louisville blues bar, Brandenburg, an Owensboro pastry shop, Camp Breckinridge, Smithland, and the Swan Lake Wildlife Management Area. A 2001 KET production. Watch Online
 

2:00

KET
The Price of Poverty In KentuckyKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#101
Experts and advocates from across the state gather on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to address a few of the many questions and challenges regarding poverty in Kentucky. Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host. Panelists include Terry Brooks, executive director, Kentucky Youth Advocates; Councilwoman Attica Woodson Scott, Louisville Metro Govenment; Eric Schansberg, an economics professor at Indiana University-Southeast and member of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Board of Scholars; Reid Livingston, Kentucky director, Save the Children USA; Courtney Trent, Early Steps to School Success coordinator, Save the Children; Gerry Roll, executive director, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky; James P. Ziliak, founding director, University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research and a UK Gatton Endowed Chair of Economics; and Michelle Tooley, the Eli Lilly Professor of Religion, Berea College. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
The Abolitionists: American ExperienceHigh Definition
#103 "The Abolitionists, Part Three" [TV-PG]
During his raid on Harpers Ferry, John Brown is captured, then executed, becoming a martyr for the cause. Abraham Lincoln is elected president in 1860. Southern states secede, war breaks out, and the conflict unexpectedly drags on. In December 1865, the Thirteenth Amendment is ratified, banning slavery in all states - forever. [High-Definition]
 

3:00

KET
Slavery By Another NameHigh Definition
[TV-PG]
A harrowing story of how in the South, even as chattel slavery came to an end, new forms of involuntary servitude, including convict leasing, debt slavery and peonage, took its place with shocking force. [High-Definition]
KET2
FrontlineHigh Definition
#3104 "The Untouchables" [TV-PG]
Are the CEOs of mega-banks too big to jail? This program investigates why Wall Street's leaders have escaped prosecution. [High-Definition]
 

3:30

KETKY
Pleasant HillKY
Provides insight into one of America's most successful religious societies—the Shakers. The 5,000-acre Shaker farm at Pleasant Hill in Mercer County was the experimental agricultural station of its time.
 

4:00

KET2
Independent LensHigh Definition
#1406 "Beauty Is Embarrassing" [TV-PG]
Wayne White got his big break when he helped create the unhinged children's show Pee-Wee's Playhouse. This film chronicles the vaulted highs and the crushing lows of this Tennessean commercial artist as he struggles to find peace and balance between his work and his art. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Distinguished KentuckianKYWatch Online!
#128 "Adron Doran" [TV-G]
An interview with Adron Doran, former president of Morehead State University and Kentucky House speaker. Between March 1954 and January 1977, Doran grew Morehead's enrollment from 700 to 7,500 and brought integration to the campus. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
 

4:30

KET
The SpiritualsClosed CaptionedKY
[TV-PG]
Slaves created the spiritual, a musical form built on African roots and biblical texts, for deliverance and for communication. The American Spiritual Ensemble, founded by University of Kentucky professor Everett McCorvey, honors the painful history of this American art form while introducing its message of hope to contemporary audiences around the world. Produced by Eren McGinnis and Ari Palos with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
 

5:00

KET
Woodsmith ShopHigh Definition
#604 "Modular Wine Server" [TV-G]
The modular design of this wine server makes it easy to build. Plus, the Woodsmith editors show you how easy it is to customize your own unique setup. [High-Definition]
KETKY
The Price of Poverty In KentuckyKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#101
Experts and advocates from across the state gather on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to address a few of the many questions and challenges regarding poverty in Kentucky. Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host. Panelists include Terry Brooks, executive director, Kentucky Youth Advocates; Councilwoman Attica Woodson Scott, Louisville Metro Govenment; Eric Schansberg, an economics professor at Indiana University-Southeast and member of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Board of Scholars; Reid Livingston, Kentucky director, Save the Children USA; Courtney Trent, Early Steps to School Success coordinator, Save the Children; Gerry Roll, executive director, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky; James P. Ziliak, founding director, University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research and a UK Gatton Endowed Chair of Economics; and Michelle Tooley, the Eli Lilly Professor of Religion, Berea College. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

5:30

KET
Kentucky HealthClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
#802 "Modern Cancer Care"
Dr. Alfonso Cervera discusses modern cancer care. Watch Online
KET2
Fort Niagara: The Struggle for a ContinentHigh Definition
[TV-PG]
For more than 150 years, Fort Niagara protected a strategic point at the mouth of the Niagara River in Youngstown, NY. Four nations struggled to conquer it and thus control that critical water artery. Rare archival materials, expert commentary, and reenactments recount the history of the fort from its beginnings through modern times. [High-Definition]
 

6:00

KET
Wai Lana YogaClosed Captioned
#524 "Crane Balance" [TV-G]
KET2
Clifford the Big Red DogHigh Definition
#134 "Jetta's Tall Tale/The Big Fetch" [TV-Y]
Clifford's friends find memorable junk in his dog house. Jetta is jealous of her new baby brother. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Leadership LandscapeKY
#112 "John Asher"
A discussion with John Asher, vice president of racing communications at Churchill Downs.
 

6:30

KET
Body ElectricClosed Captioned
#1710 "Acapulco, Mexico" [TV-G]
KET2
Wild KrattsHigh Definition
#126 "Caracal-Minton" [TV-Y]
The crew rushes to get back Aviva's precious family heirloom from an elusive, leaping Caracal cat. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Exploring an American OriginalKYWatch Online!
#101 "Heartland Waterways Corridor"
One of the nation's proudest outdoor wonderlands is in southern Kentucky, known today for its abundant lakes and rivers. Threads of history are woven throughout—including a connection to Jesse James—and the combination of tradition and outdoor appeal inspires a plethora of festivals. Watch Online
 

7:00

KET
ArthurHigh Definition
#1004 "Feeling Flush/Family Fortune" [TV-Y]
Francine bets Arthur that her family can use less water than his. But despite her conservation efforts, her water meter levels are twice as high. The Treasure Caravan is coming to Elwood City, and Arthur and D.W. search Grandma Thora's attic for treasures that will make them rich and famous. [High-Definition]
KET2
NewslineHigh Definition
#3297 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
Eight Acres of History: Lexington's African Cemetery No. 2KY
[TV-G]
A documentary about a historic African-American cemetery and the small band of Lexingtonians who have spent years restoring it. Thousands are buried at African Cemetery No. 2, including the winning jockey of the first Kentucky Derby, a number of Buffalo Soldiers, and a member of the Civil War's 54th Massachusetts Regiment. The 141-year-old cemetery was neglected and overgrown before volunteers began the work of restoring the grounds and gathering the life stories of those buried there. Produced by the Lexington Public Library's Cable Channel 20.