- Charlie Rose
- #19064 [TV-RE]
- The This Old House Hour
- #1125 [TV-G]
- Installing the geothermal system, laying reclaimed marble tile in the foyer, installing custom concrete countertops, and making watertight connections without soldering are highlighted. [High-Definition]
- Heart of the Hills—The Story of Mountain Music
- Explores the indigenous music of Kentucky's mountains through interviews and recordings featuring Ricky Skaggs, Loretta Lynn, J.D. Crowe, Grandpa Jones, Bill Monroe, Dwight Yoakam, Keith Whitley, Wynonna, and Dr. Ralph Stanley. Produced by Michael White with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
1:00 am Friday, March 22
- Doc Martin
- #203 "Blood Is Thicker" [TV-PG]
- Bert Large has been hiding a heartbreaking secret from his son Al, which threatens to jeopardize their close relationship. Martin visits the Flint brothers at the remote country home they share with their father Victor and mother Doreen. Wallace and Paddy Flint have been suffering chronic stomach disorders, and a blood test confirms they have salmonella poisoning. But there's something else odd about this family. Meanwhile, PC Mark Mylow has had to deal with his domineering sister's arrival in Portwenn. [High-Definition]
- Time Team Special Edition
- Go on an expedition to Jamestown, where a British company's commercial enterprise planted the seeds of the United States. The team retrieves piles of perfectly preserved 17th-century pieces, traces the names and life stories of the early American pioneers, and learns why a third of them died within months of arrival. [High-Definition]
- Time on the River
- Kentucky author Gurney Norman hosts a historical look at the important role the Kentucky River played in the settlement of the state. A 1987 KET production. Watch Online
- Okie Noodling
- For Oklahoma fishermen, there's nothing quite like the thrill of catching a 60-pound catfish with their bare hands. For hundreds of years, residents of the region have been diving into creeks, rivers, and lakes in search of bank-dwelling catfish—a method locally known as "noodling." This award-winning documentary chronicles the fishing tradition from its roots as a Native American hunting practice to its present-day status as a sport with its own distinctive subculture.
- John Morgan's Portraits of Kentucky
- John Morgan, producer of popular Kentucky programs, talks about his work. The themes of his films include the land, the people, and the traditions of Kentucky. Gurney Norman hosts. A 1995 KET production.
- Seven Sisters
- A moving profile of seven sisters who grew up in rural Kentucky, outside West Liberty, during the Great Depression. Produced by Patrick Donohew with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Education Matters
- #405 "Environmental Education In Kentucky"
- Join Bill Goodman and his guests as they discuss how environmental education helps Kentucky students master science and other academic content through engaging, hands-on learning experiences that demonstrate ways in which their choices and actions affect the world around them. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #2611 "The Loneliest Animals" [TV-PG]
- Scientists attempt to breed new generations of nearly extinct species. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2824 "March 21, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #3806 "Smartest Machine on Earth" [TV-G]
- Investigates the world of artificial intelligence and profiles the computer that could be the "Smartest Machine on Earth." [High-Definition]
- Distinguished Kentuckian
- #108 "Robert Martin" [TV-G]
- As the sixth president of Eastern Kentucky University, Robert Martin guided the school through a period of great growth between July 1960 and September 1976. Following his retirement from EKU, he was elected to the Kentucky Senate. A 1978 KET production. Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #115 "Balaam Foster's Fiddle/The Banjo and the Loom"
- A tale about a pact with the devil, plus a poem, told by Appalachian storyteller Anndrena Belcher.
- Roundabout U
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #114 "Rock & Roll" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #109 "Circus Stars/Limelight Fright" [TV-Y]
- Clifford's hero, circus elephant Gordo, comes down with a cold, and Clifford volunteers to step in and help out in his place. Cleo pushes her way into a starring role in the show Emily Elizabeth and Charley are putting on, then discovers to her surprise that she has stage fright. [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
- Body Electric
- #1726 "Tallahassee, FL" [TV-G]
- Wild Kratts
- #118 "Let the Rhinos Roll!" [TV-Y]
- The team is on a mission to find why Rhinos are mysteriously disappearing in the African Savannah. [High-Definition]
- Profiles Everett McCorvey, director of the opera program at the University of Kentucky, as he tours from West Virginia to Brazil with the American Spiritual Ensemble and mounts a stage production of Mozart's Don Giovanni. Produced by Eren McGinnis and Ari Palos with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- #610 "Arthur Loses His Marbles/Friday the 13th" [TV-Y]
- Arthur trains with Grandma Thora, a marbles champion, so he can beat all his friends. But when the Elwood City marbles tournament comes down to Read vs. Read, he learns that she didn't quite pass along all her secrets. While others are stepping over cracks or walking around ladders, Brain scoffs and defies all the superstitions—but then he has a run of bad luck. With Friday the 13th on the way, should he rethink things? [High-Definition]
- #3355 [TV-RE]
- Our Kids
- News and features about classroom projects and activities in Louisville-area schools.