- GED Connection
- #118 "Themes in World History" [TV-G]
- Major events, inventions, and ideas that have shaped the world and its cultures, from ancient Egypt to the modern Middle East.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2849 [TV-RE]
- #1610 "Sydni Perry and Cafe Blue"
- Sydni Perry and Cafe Blue present their "progressive acoustic" take on bluegrass at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Friday, March 1
- Louisville Life
- #710 "Stitzel-Weller Distillery and the Van Winkle Family/Joy Perrine/Young Professionals Association/Apocalypse Brew Works"
- The legacy of the Stitzel-Weller Distillery and the Van Winkle family; a profile of Joy Perrine, bartender at Equus Restaurant and Jack's Lounge, picked a top bartender by Esquire Magazine, and co-author of The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book; an interview with Phillip Roberts, vice president of development with the Young Professionals Association of Louisville; and visit Kentucky's latest microbrewery, Apocalypse Brew Work. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #2848 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19049 [TV-RE]
- The This Old House Hour
- #1122 [TV-G]
- Installing ceilings, rustic plaster and old beams complete the Old World look of the walls, installing a self-contained membrane bioreactor system, and a granite and cobble border adorns the driveway. Plus, a whole-house energy audit is performed. [High-Definition]
- Burgoo! A Southern Tradition
- A look at the history of this traditional Kentucky staple.
- Doc Martin
- #202 "In Loco" [TV-PG]
- Louisa is nervously awaiting an interview for promotion to head teacher of Portwenn Primary School. But the odds seem to be stacked against her. Dr. Ellingham is on the board of governors, and she's not sure she can count on his vote. Meanwhile, Bert Large tests out his culinary skills on the villagers. He's taken over the fish and chip shop while owner Mrs. Cronk is in the hospital - and goes to some unusual lengths to improve the food! [High-Definition]
- Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders
- A global musical adventure combines today's dynamic music scene with the power of social change. [High-Definition]
- Independent Lens
- #1409 "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" [TV-14]
- Ai Weiwei is China's most famous international artist and its most outspoken domestic critic. Against a backdrop of strict censorship and an unresponsive legal system, Weiwei expresses himself and organizes people through art and social media. [High-Definition]
- #2801 "Echo: An Elephant to Remember" [TV-PG]
- A look back at Echo, an elephant matriarch and subject of many films. [High-Definition]
- The Filson Presents
- #102 "Evan Thomas - Eisenhower's Secret Battle to Save the World"
- Author and journalist Evan Thomas discusses his book Ike's Bluff: President Eisenhower's Secret Battle to Save the World. [High-Definition]
- Living by Words
- Kentucky writers Bobbie Ann Mason, Wendell Berry, Ed McClanahan, Gurney Norman, and James Baker Hall read from their works and talk about their long-time friendships, their creative writing teachers at the University of Kentucky, and their relationships with Kentucky. The joint reading featured in the program was recorded at UK's Singletary Center for the Arts on October 18, 2001. A 2002 KET production.
- Battle for the Elephants
- An examination of the slaughter of elephants follows five people waging a battle for the elephant. Their stories reveal that this is an epic tale of supply and demand, of passion and profit, and of love and loss. [High-Definition]
- The Four Seasons of Goose Pond
- This adventure showcases one of the most famous restored wetlands for migratory birds in America. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2821 "Feb. 28, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #3810 "Japan's Killer Quake" [TV-PG]
- Combines authoritative on-the-spot reporting, personal stories of tragedy and survival, and compelling eyewitness videos for a unique look at the science behind Japan's catastrophic March 11th earthquake. [High-Definition]
- Distinguished Kentuckian
- #105 "Mary Helen Byck" [TV-G]
- Louisville businesswoman Mary Helen Byck was also a well-respected community leader whose interests ranged from support of the arts to politics and social activism. A 1979 KET production. Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #112 "Jack and the Magic Mill"
- A cautionary tale about greed, told by Appalachian storytellers and musicians Tom Bledsoe, Rich Kirby, and Joy D'Elia.
- Roundabout U
- Carter and Clark bring you up-to-date with events going on around western Kentucky. Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes talks with Olivia Medovich about improving civic health in Kentucky; the community's impression of Presidential Lecture series speaker, Spike Lee; and more. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky's Greenside
- #107 "UPS"
- A look at the United Parcel Service and how the organization is a worldwide leader in corporate responsibility, technology, and green innovation. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #625 "Hold Your Toes!" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #219 "Flood of Imagination/Lights Out" [TV-Y]
- On a rainy day when Cleo is going crazy with boredom, Clifford comes to her rescue with an exciting action-adventure story. Then a power failure threatens to paralyze Birdwell Island, and Clifford and Mr. Bleakman save the day. [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