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- Great Conversations:
- #1503 "Jared Diamond and Sarah Hrdy"
- Jared Diamond, author of The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn From Traditional Societies? and a professor of geography at UCLA is interviewed by Sarah Hrdy, professor emerita, University of California-Davis and associate in the Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology at Harvard. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Independent Lens
- #1408 "The Powerbroker: Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights" [TV-PG]
- Whitney M. Young Jr. was one of the most celebrated and controversial leaders of the civil rights era. This documentary follows his journey from segregated Kentucky to head of the National Urban League. [High-Definition]
- Soul Searching: The Journey of Thomas Merton
- The remarkable life and lasting impact of Thomas Merton, one of the spiritual masters of the 20th century. Shot mainly at Merton's Kentucky home, the Abbey of Gethsemani, the program examines Merton's life in Kentucky, the transformations he experienced, and how his influence as a writer and social critic has continued since his death in 1968. Produced by Morgan Atkinson with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Kentucky's Greenside
- #104 "Mammoth Cave"
- Go behind the scenes to see how Mammoth Cave is leading the way in park sustainability so that future generations can enjoy one of the world's seven modern natural wonders. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23049 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19041 [TV-RE]
- Studio 89
- #601 "Buxton"
- Buxton's music is a study in contrasts: rock and folk, subtle yet eccentric, and lush harmonies over prickly guitar. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #1325 "Rough River/Laverne Zabielski/Dovie's Restaurant" [TV-G]
- Dave visits Rough River state resort park and gets a tour from the park manager; silk artist and author Laverne Zabielski; Dovie's Restaurant in Tompkinsville has one-of-a-kind deep-fried hamburgers that have been made the same way since 1940; and more Paw Pals. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- Workplace Essential Skills
- #118 "Following Directions" [TV-G]
- The role and importance of following directions on the job. Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #2841 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2011 "Telephone Deregulation"
- A discussion about telephone deregulation. Scheduled guests: Patrick Turner, a lawyer for AT&T; Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Gary Gerdemann, executive director of the Kentucky chapter of Citizens for a Digital Future; and Ron Bridges, state director of AARP Kentucky. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Tuesday, February 19
- #3224 "SRT Viper" [TV-G]
- The 2013 SRT Viper and the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder are road tested and radiators are discussed. [High-Definition]
- Tavis Smiley
- #2840 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19041 [TV-RE]
- Market Warriors
- #117 "Antiquing In Greenwich, Ny" [TV-PG]
- The pickers head to the Washington County Antique Fair to bring back a military object. Key finds include a Victorian birdcage, a WWII water bag, and a German pull toy. [High-Definition]
- Magic on the Ether: Western Kentucky Radio History
- Nostalgic trip revisits the early days of radio in the Paducah area.
- Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick
- #1217 "Meredith Baxter - Untied (Actress)" [TV-G]
- In her memoir Untied, Baxter writes of her personal struggles with an engaging sense of perspective.
- Antiques Roadshow
- #1707 "Myrtle Beach, Hour One" [TV-G]
- Appraiser Debra Force discovers a wonderful Joseph Henry Sharp oil painting in South Carolina. [High-Definition]
- Stubblefield Speaks
- Robert Valentine stars in a dramatic monologue, illustrated with period photographs, about Nathan Stubblefield—the Murray man whom some credit as the inventor of the radio. On New Year's Day 1902, before a crowd of neighbors, Stubblefield used his "wireless telephone" to transmit his own voice to a receiver about a mile away.
- The Mind of A Chef
- #107 "Simple" [TV-PG]
- David Chang visits Japan for some yakitori and high-end sushi. Daniel Patterson prepares beets. [High-Definition]
- Bringing People Together: The History of Broadcasting in Kentucky
- A history of radio and television in the Bluegrass State, based on Francis Nash's book Towers Over Kentucky and featuring personalities, communities, events, and stations that will be familiar to anyone who has listened to radio or watched TV in Kentucky.
- AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange
- #502 "Dear Mandela" [TV-G]
- Three friends evicted from a South African shantytown refuse to move and take their case to court. [High-Definition]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4307 "Downton Abbey, Season 3 - Part 7" [TV-PG]
- The Crawleys head to a Scottish hunting lodge, while the downstairs staff stays behind at Downton Abbey. New romances flare up, and a crisis unfolds. [High-Definition]
- Digital Renaissance: Imaging the Iliad
- Classicists from Harvard's Center for Hellenic Studies, along with conservators, computer scientists, and photographers attempt to photograph and scan the world's oldest surviving manuscript of the Homeric Iliad.
- Evening with Berry Gordy
- Journalist Gwen Ifill Iinterviews songwriter, record producer, and founder of Motown Records Berry Gordy. [High-Definition]
- The Electricity Fairy
- Coal produces half of America's electricity, according to the Federal Department of Energy. The energy policy currently before Congress identifies coal as a key to America's "energy independence." This film examines America's national addiction to fossil fuels through the lens of electricity.