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- BBC World News America
- #17051 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #518 "Snoop Dog" [TV-Y]
- FETCH!'s rival game show Go Get It! is produced by a mysterious organization called PURRS. Ruff sends all six kids to meet with a team of private investigators and learn how to become gumshoes. Ruff and the FETCHers then try to use their sleuthing skills to get to the bottom of who is behind PURRS. [High-Definition]
- Roundabout U
- Carter and Clark talk to administrators, professors, teachers, and students about the Teaching English as a Second Language program (TESOL) at Murray State. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32056 [TV-RE]
- #122 "Model Behavior" [TV-Y]
- To protect themselves from Hacker's constant attempts to capture cybersite Happily-Ever-After, the King and his fairy-tale subjects construct a glass Skywall. But Hacker unfolds a scheme to crack open the Skywall using the Wicked Witch's Voice, and the kids must construct a model of the situation to outwit him. [High-Definition]
- Connections with Renee Shaw
- #821 "Jane Beshear"
- Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear discusses her tenure and what she hopes to accomplish in the remaining two years. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- PBS NewsHour
- #10568 [TV-RE]
- Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
- #702 "Christmas in Vienna, Austria" [TV-G]
- Burt explains the ancient history and meaning of Christmas, tours Vienna's famous Christmas markets, and discovers why we have Christmas trees. Inside the magnificent castle of the Hapsburgs, he unravels the story of how they became the most powerful rulers in Europe and discovers the special meanings of several Christmas foods.
- Conversations with Champions
- #201 "Tubby Smith"
- Host Billy Reed talks to University of Minnesota basketball coach Tubby Smith - a man with a reputation for character-building and the last coach to bring an NCAA basketball title to the University of Kentucky ('98). [High-Definition]
- The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman
- #213 [TV-G]
- Sailing off into the sunset could mean a very expensive retirement and Ric Edelman and his colleagues explain why. Other discussion topics include: who really needs life insurance, whether success is still possible in today's world, and how supermodel Kathy Ireland went from skimpy swimsuits to a retail empire. [High-Definition]
- #2802 "A Murder of Crows" [TV-PG]
- New research has shown that crows are among the most intelligent animals in the world. [High-Definition]
- Live from Lincoln Center
- #3801 "Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration" [TV-PG]
- "All That Jazz," "Mister Cellophane," "Wilkommen," "A Quiet Thing," "New York, New York," and other songs written by John Kander and Fred Ebb are performed by Broadway stars Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, Chita Rivera, and Joel Grey. [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
- #4008 "Mind of a Rampage Killer" [TV-PG]
- As the nation tries to understand the tragic events at Newtown, new theories are investigated and reveal most destructive rampage killers are driven not by the urge to kill, but the wish to die. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #401 "Painting with Glass"
- This documentary by Seattle independent producer Marc C. Pingry follows the creation of Kentucky stained-glass artist Guy Kemper's large public art commission for a major light rail station in Seattle. From Kemper's Woodford County design studio to German fabrication plant visits, to the installation and opening, the process is followed from conception to completion. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Tom Owen's Louisville
- #101 "St. James and Environs"
- A Victorian neighborhood comes to life as Tom Owen explores the homes, statues, fountains, and gardens of St. James Court, Belgravia, and Central Park. Old Louisville's grand architecture reveals the story of a city's vibrant past.
- Something Ventured: Risk, Reward and the Original Venture Capitalists
- A look at how the venture capitalist industry laid the groundwork for America's start-up economy as told by the visionary risk-takers who dared to make it happen. Some of our finest entrepreneurs share how they worked with venture capitalists to grow companies like Intel, Apple, Cisco, Atari, Genentech, Tandem, and others. [High-Definition]
- The Path to Violence
- The story of the Secret Service program - the Safe School Initiative - that helps schools detect problem behavior in advance. Yet, despite the progress made, recent attacks reveal a gaping hole in this safety net. [High-Definition]
- Louis Brandeis: The People's Attorney
- Chronicles Louisville native Louis Brandeis' years as a private attorney in turn-of-the-century Boston and his contested appointment to the Supreme Court in 1916.
- Legislative Update
- #2512 "Feb. 20, 2013"
- Highlights from legislative proceedings of February 20, 2013. Watch Online
- Charlie Rose
- #19043 [TV-RE]
- #803 "Cherryholmes/Kenny White" [TV-G]
- The reigning "first family of bluegrass" performs songs from their latest album Cherryholmes IV Common Threads. Grammy- nominated producer, piano player, and singer/songwriter Kenny White performs with selections from Comfort in the Static, his long-awaited newest release.
- BBC World News
- #23051 [TV-RE]
- Workplace Essential Skills
- #119 "Reading Reports and Manuals" [TV-G]
- Usage, organization, and comprehension skills for reports and manuals. Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #2843 [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]