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- BBC World News America
- #17025 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #512 "That Sculpture Isn't Yours, It's Mime" [TV-Y]
- Ruff sends Emmie and Marc to learn how to mime. Then he sends Jay and Rubye to learn how to build sculptures that move. [High-Definition]
- Eight Acres of History: Lexington's African Cemetery No. 2
- 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.
- Nightly Business Report
- #32038 [TV-RE]
- #104 "Snow Day To Be Exact" [TV-Y]
- Hacker steals the powerful sunisphere from Solaria, causing the cyberworld's sunny vacation paradise to be covered in snow. During a fun-filled chase across the snowy terrain, the kids must use the power and speed of estimation to recover the glowing orb from Buzz and Delete before the temperature reaches zero and the site freezes over forever. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10550 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #103 "Woodstock Poster/Thomas Hart Benton Lithograph/18th Century Still Life"
- Expert appraisers examine treasures including an original Woodstock poster, a Thomas Hart Benton lithograph, and an 18th century still life passed down through a Kentucky family for more than 200 years. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- A Way of Life: Basketball in Kentucky
- Kentucky independent filmmaker Morgan Atkinson chronicles his native state's love for boys' high school basketball. Spanning more than 80 years of game lore and traditions, the story is told by the players, coaches, fans, journalists, and historians who make Kentucky's game so distinctive and focuses particularly on the state championship tournament known as the Sweet Sixteen—one of the few in the nation that allows small schools to compete against the big ones.
- Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
- #931 "Financial Thought Leaders: Andrew Lo" [TV-RE]
- Andrew Lo, renowned professor of finance at MIT and hedge fund manager, shares strategies to survive and prosper in the market.
- Comment on Kentucky
- #3913 "Jan. 25, 2013"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Joe Arnold, political reporter, WHAS-TV in Louisville; Jack Brammer, political writer, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Tom Loftus, Frankfort bureau chief, Louisville Courier-Journal. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Doc Martin
- #103 "Sh*t Happens" [TV-PG]
- Dr. Martin makes his on-air debut at Radio Portwenn, the local radio station. Meanwhile, a nasty stomach bug is sweeping through Portwenn. People are dropping like flies and filling Martin's office. Martin decides he must try to track the source of the bug and looks to the public swimming pool. When the pool staff refuses to shut it down, Martin makes an announcement to everyone in the pool about something dangerous in the water, creating mass panic. [High-Definition]
- The McLaughlin Group
- #3105 [TV-RE]
- The Flavor of Kentucky
- A look at traditional foods and food customs in Kentucky. A 1996 KET production. Watch Online
- Washington Week
- #5230 [TV-RE]
- Movie Classics
- #1058 "Platoon" [TV-PG]
- Two sergeants and a private join others lost in war along the 1967 Cambodian border. Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, and Charlie Sheen star. (1986)
- Third Lives in the First World
- Explores the challenges and surprises encountered by recent immigrants to the Louisville area and their impressions of their new home, focusing on several Somalian refugees who narrowly escaped death in their homeland. Produced by Joshua Shapero of Louisville with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Need To Know
- #304 [TV-RE]
- Shakespeare Uncovered
- #102 "The Comedies with Joely Richardson" [TV-PG]
- Joely Richardson and Vanessa Redgrave explore the legacy of these brilliant cross-dressing comedies and the great comic and romantic heroines created by Shakespeare. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #108 "Nimrod Workman: To Fit My Own Category/Coal Miner: Frank Jackson/UMWA: A House Divided" [TV-G]
- Nimrod Workman was born in 1895 and spent his life raising a family of eleven by working in the West Virginia coal mines. The film is an extended visit at his home as he and his family prepare meals, build an addition to the house, dig for yellow root, swap jokes with the neighbors, and enjoy each other's company. Next, an early Appalshop film juxtaposes coal miner Frank Jackson's personal recollections of union organizing and mining work with scenes of him in and around the mines. Also, a film of a speech given by W.A. Boyle, president of UMWA, at a miners' rally in Big Stone Gap, Va., in the summer of 1970 with scenes at a mine and interviews with working and disabled miners.
- Shakespeare Uncovered
- #101 "Macbeth with Ethan Hawke" [TV-14]
- Ethan Hawke uncovers the true story that inspired Shakespeare's murderous Thane of Cawdor. [High-Definition]
- Charlie Rose
- #19025 [TV-RE]
- Jubilee - Summertime Blues
- #1511 "Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm/Curley Tay"
- The drums and guitar sound of Burnside and Malcolm pulsates with raw energy, and Taylor and his group dish up zydeco steeped in contemporary R & B, in performances recorded at the 2010 W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival in Henderson, Kentucky. A 2011 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1111 "Joan Osborne" [TV-G]
- Multiple Grammy nominee Joan Osborne performs songs from her new release, Bring It on Home.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2825 [TV-RE]
- Reel Visions: Spotlight on Kentucky Filmmakers
- #104 "Films by Bruce Parsons, Bonnie M. Duncan, Josh Flowers, Travis Jones, and Sarah Wylie Ammerman"
- Appalachian native Bruce Parsons turns the camera lens on his own family in the heartbreaking mini-documentary titled I Know You. Other shorts include: Critical Timing by Bonnie M. Duncan, Heart by Josh Flowers, The 26th Step by Travis Jones, andBuilding by Sarah Wylie Ammerman. A 2009 KET production. Watch Online