- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1625 [TV-RE]
- Masterpiece Contemporary
- #4128 "Page Eight" [TV-PG]
- An aging spy stumbles on an international scandal that could bring down the British government. But will it bring down his own career first? Bill Nighy stars, with Michael Gambon, Ralph Fiennes, and Rachel Weisz, who plays the agent's mysterious next-door neighbor. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #304 "Ed McClanahan"
- Part of the acclaimed KET series Signature, this 1995 documentary profiles author and University of Kentucky professor Ed McClanahan, from his experiences as a member of the Merry Pranksters in California in the 1960s to his sprawling novel The Natural Man and his autobiographical work Famous People I Have Known. A 2010 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Monday, February 25
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #808 "Al Smith"
- Al Smith, the longtime host of KET's Comment on Kentucky, talks about his new book, Kentucky Cured: Fifty Years in Kentucky Journalism, a collection of stories about mesmerizing people that he has met during his decades in the bluegrass state. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- European Journal
- #3108 "The Swiss Vote On Limiting Corporate Salaries" [TV-G]
- News Quiz
- #2820 [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #111 "Wicked John"
- The story of a really mean man, told by Appalachian storytellers and musicians Tom Bledsoe, Rich Kirby, and Joy D'Elia.
- Scully/The World Show
- #1544 "Jean Labadie" [TV-G]
- From the Ground Up
- #102 "Architecture of Government"
- The varying styles of Kentucky's courthouses. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #610 [TV-G]
- Actor Tracy Letts and actor/director Amy Morton discuss Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
- Slavery By Another Name
- 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]
- Historic Archaeology: Beneath Kentucky's Fields and Streets
- Explores new archaeology investigations into the lives of farmers, slaves, soldiers, immigrants, and laborers during the 1800s in Kentucky. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- How Hollywood Does It
- #107 "Genre"
- This program explores what characteristics indicate a film genre (e.g. horror, Western, etc...) and how viewers understand the story put before them. [High-Definition]
- 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
- Kentucky WWII Veterans: In Their Own Words
- Kentucky veterans of World War II recount their combat experiences. A 2007 KET production. Watch Online
- 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]
- Ribbon of Sand
- Profiles the transitory islands of North Carolina's Outer Banks that are doomed to disappear. Meryl Streep reads excerpts from Rachel Carson's writings. [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]
- American Masters
- #2602 "Sister Rosetta Tharpe: The Godmother of Rock & Roll" [TV-PG]
- During the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, Sister Rosetta Tharpe introduced the spiritual passion of her gospel music into the secular world of popular rock 'n roll. This flamboyant African American gospel superstar was a natural born performer and rebel. She was a major influence on generations of black and white musicians including Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Elvis Presley, and more. [High-Definition]
- Brothers in Arms
- Archival footage and interviews recall the experiences and accomplishments of the 101st Airborne "Screaming Eagles," the paratrooper unit that helped liberate France during World War II and is now based at Fort Campbell.
- GED Connection en Español
- #121 "Geografía" [TV-G]
- Explores the relevance of geography—from the impact of humans on the environment to how places and regions define our world.
- 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]
- Journeys In India
- #103 "The Wildlife of Rajastan: Ranthambore and Keoladeo National Park" [TV-G]
- Encounter the tiger along with sambar and blue bull, wild boar, and langur monkey at Ranthambore National Park. Board a rickshaw and join your guide as he explores Keoladeo National Park, known for its abundant bird life. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #621 "Lizard, Locust, and Flapping Fish" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #216 "Who Moved My Bone/Clifford the Pirate King" [TV-Y]
- Clifford gets caught in the middle of a feud when Cleo accuses T-Bone of trying to steal her bone. After reading Treasure Island in school, the kids decide to throw a pirate-themed party aboard Charley's houseboat. Clifford works hard helping them get ready—then discovers that he can't go to the party because he's too big to get on the boat. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #418 "Terry Mills"
- A discussion with State Representative Terry Mills (D-Lebanon). [High-Definition]