- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1623 [TV-RE]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4306 "Downton Abbey, Season 3 - Part 6" [TV-PG]
- Change arrives in a big way for several key characters at Downton Abbey. A yearly cricket match with the village sees old scores settled and new plots hatched. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #301 "88 Keys, 300 Years"
- This celebration of the 300th anniversary of the piano features Dr. Diane Earle of Kentucky Wesleyan and the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra. Earle tells about the history of the instrument and performs piano works by a variety of composers. A 2009 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
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- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #806 "Agriculture Commissioner James Comer"
- Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer discusses the 2013 legislative session and his push to legalize industrial hemp. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Young Lincoln
- Examines how the joys and trials of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood years formed his personality, shaped his early political notions, and molded his character. Several notable historians share their insights on this relatively little-known chapter in Lincoln's life and legacy.
- European Journal
- #3106 "Watching for Islamic Backlash In France" [TV-G]
- News Quiz
- #2818 "Feb. 7, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #109 "The Parable of the Eagle"
- A version of the African fable about how the eagle learned to fly told by Mama Yaa (Louisville storyteller Gloria Bivens).
- Scully/The World Show
- #1542 [TV-G]
- From the Ground Up
- #106 "Residential Architecture"
- A look at Kentucky home architectual styles. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #131 "Charles Strouse, Part 2" [TV-G]
- "Annie" and "Bye Bye Birdie" composer Charles Strouse continues performing a number of his hits.
- Pioneers of Television
- #304 "Miniseries" [TV-PG]
- LeVar Burton, Ed Asner, Louis Gossett Jr., and other discuss Roots. Peter Strauss and Susan Blakely offer fresh insights into Rich Man, Poor Man and all of the key players from the landmark miniseries The Thorn Birds appear. [High-Definition]
- Olmsted in Louisville
- Renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted is best known for designing New York's Central Park. But his last achievement was the design of Louisville's elaborately beautiful city park system. A 2000 KET production. Watch Online
- How Hollywood Does It
- #105 "Mise-en-scene"
- Mise-en-scene, looks at how filmmakers make decisions about what is put before the camera. Mise-en-scene includes costumes, props, set design, positioning of actors, and other elements. [High-Definition]
- NCRM Freedom Award
- #2012 [TV-G]
- Highlights from The National Civil Rights Museum's Freedom Award ceremony held in Memphis, Tennessee. This year's honorees include Marlo Thomas; Dr. Bernard Lafayette; Muhammad Yunis; and Dr. Rameck Hunt, Dr. Sampson Davis, and Dr. George Jenkins. Patti LaBelle performs. Actress Holly Robinson Peete hosts. [High-Definition]
- Shakespeare Uncovered
- #105 "Hamlet with David Tennant" [TV-PG]
- David Tennant meets with fellow Hamlets, including superstar Jude Law, comparing notes on the titanic challenge of playing the most iconic of all roles. [High-Definition]
- Louisville's Own Ali
- Filmmaker Steve Crump takes a look at the life and times of boxing hero Muhammad Ali as seen from the perspective of his hometown. Features interviews with sportswriter Dave Kindred, radio journalist Bob Edwards, former Kentucky Gov. John Y. Brown, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson, former state Sen. Georgia Davis Powers, and others. Watch Online
- Underground Railroad: The William Still Story
- The story of William Still, one of the most important yet unheralded individuals of the Underground Railroad. The film details the accounts of black abolitionists, who had everything at stake as they helped fugitives follow the North Star to Canada. [High-Definition]
- Shakespeare Uncovered
- #106 "The Tempest with Trevor Nunn" [TV-PG]
- Director Trevor Nunn takes viewers through the magical and mysterious world created in Shakespeare's last complete play. He considers The Tempest Shakespeare's farewell from the stage and relates the play to the playwright's family life. [High-Definition]
- Louisville: 30 Years of Change
- 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.
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #119 "Economía" [TV-G]
- Business people and economics teachers explain the basics of money, finance, markets, and commerce.
- Market Warriors
- #115 "Antiquing In Long Beach, Ca" [TV-PG]
- The pickers head to the Long Beach Antique Market, where they are challenged to find the best Asian smalls (a miniature decorative or utilitarian item). Key finds include a Japanese wedding box, a pair of Chinese chairs, and modern sculpture. [High-Definition]
- Journeys In India
- #101 "India's Natural Beauties: Udaipur and Jaipur" [TV-G]
- The majestic City Palace, the Garden of the Maids of Honor, the Pink City, the Palace of Winds, and the Amber Fort are explored. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #611 "Breathe and Meditate" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #207 "Big-Hearted T-Bone/Cleo's Valentine Surprise" [TV-Y]
- T-Bone offers to watch Cleo's niece KiKi so Cleo can get some rest. But when his lady friend Mimi comes to town unexpectedly, will he stick to his generous promise? Cleo, with some help from K.C., prepares a special gift for Clifford and T-Bone—and expects a big gift in return. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #416 "Bam Carney"
- A discussion with Kentucky Rep. John "Bam" Carney, R-51st District. [High-Definition]