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- Louisville Life
- #711 "Casey Hyland/Decca/The Clifton Center - John Harris/Little Eatz"
- Meet contemporary glass artist Casey Hyland; visit Decca restaurant and meet chef Annie Pettry and owner Chad Sheffield; an interview with John Harris, executive director of The Clifton Center, an historic facility that serves as a gathering place for art and culture; and a pug dog named Winston is the inspiration behind Little Eatz gourmet goodies. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Classic Gospel
- #806 "Down by the Tabernacle" [TV-G]
- "Rock of Ages," "There Is Power in the Blood," and "I Saw the Light" are performed in an old camp meeting tabernacle in Indiana. [High-Definition]
- #807 "Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band/Raymond McLain" [TV-G]
- Peter Rowan and his Bluegrass Band perform selections from their debut recording, Legacy. Raymond McLain has been active in bluegrass for more than 20 years and brings his unique skills and talents as one of America's leading traditional musicians to the stage.
- The Red Green Show
- #109 "The Conveyor Project" [TV-G]
- Buster Hadfield and his brother buy a used conveyor belt, and the rest of the Possum Lodge members try to make it look like a smart decision.
- Kentucky Life
- #621 "Joe Downing/Church Steeples/Miniature Horses" [TV-G]
- An internationally renowned multimedia artist from Bowling Green; Tec-Fab Inc. of Campbellsville, where metal church steeples are manufactured; and diminutive horses on a farm in Metcalfe County. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- History Detectives
- #307 "Doc Holliday's Watch/Civil War Female Soldiers/Japanese Internment Camp Artwork" [TV-G]
- A pawn store clerk in Tulsa, OK has a watch that may have been a gift from frontier lawman Wyatt Earp to dentist, gambler, and gunman "Doc" Holliday—perhaps in gratitude for his help at the OK Corral. A Louisiana resident wonders whether the fine-boned, slight-figured soldier featured in a Civil War photograph is actually a woman in disguise. And an intern at a San Francisco historical archive shows a set of 10 postcard-size watercolors painted on the back of a Japanese-American internment notice from 1942.
- Headwaters: Real Stories from Rural America
- #202 "The Ralph Stanley Story" [TV-G]
- Explores Stanley's musical roots in the Clinch Mountains of Virginia, the early days of the Stanley Brothers, and Ralph's decision to continue on after the untimely death of brother Carter. Interviews with Stanley, former band members, and fellow musicians such as Patty Loveless and Dwight Yoakam are intercut with performance excerpts, including several with Larry Sparks and Ricky Skaggs at Skaggs' annual Hills of Home Bluegrass Festival.
- Kentucky Afield
- #2925 "Carp Madness" [TV-G]
- A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Last of the Summer Wine
- #1046 "Cheering Up Ludovic" [TV-PG]
- Ludovic has bought a new van and, to cheer him up, Clegg is given the job of test-driving it.
- Movie Classics
- #1060 "Top Hat" [TV-PG]
- Dale Tremont is attracted to a dancer but in a case of mistaken identity believes he is her best friend's husband. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers star. (1935)
- Henry Clay and the Struggle for the Union
- The documentary looks at the role of Henry Clay in holding off the War between the States. It explores the impact of slavery on the expansion of the Nation westward and how conflict between the North and South was irrepressible. The film is lavishly illustrated with stunning period photographs and art, footage of the old senate chamber, and dramatic interpretations performed by actors of Clay and his senate colleagues. [High-Definition]
- Keeping Up Appearances
- Hyacinth plans to impress the head of the local operatic society with her vocal talents.
- Are You Being Served?
- #103 "Our Figures Are Slipping"
- With sales decreasing, Mr. Rumbold decides to hold staff training sessions, but his timing is unfortunate.
- The Civil War in Kentucky
- Chronicles Kentucky's role in the Civil War from 1861 until the Confederate retreat from the state in October 1862. Watch Online
- As Time Goes By
- Lionel and Jean set off for a dream holiday in Paris.
- Liberty Hall of Kentucky
- Traces the history of Frankfort's Liberty Hall, the Georgian home of Kentucky founding father Senator John Brown. The program examines the role of women on Kentucky's frontier as seen through the life of Brown's young wife, Margaretta.
- Austin City Limits
- #3805 "The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers" [TV-PG]
- The Civil Wars play tunes from their Grammy-winning album Barton Hollow. Punch Brothers showcase their latest, Who's Feeling Young Now? [High-Definition]
- #1611 "Rockin' Acoustic Circus"
- Rockin' Acoustic Circus, four young performers with a unique acoustic fusion sound, perform at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Call to War
- Kentucky actor Matt Long introduces the contrasting true stories of two young Kentuckians in the Civil War. William Horsfall left his Newport home and went on to become the youngest Congressional Medal of Honor winner in history at the age of 14. But 15-year-old Asa Lewis from Barren County left the army to go home and harvest crops to feed his starving family, only to be court-martialed upon his return and then executed. Produced by Dorian Walker of Bowling Green with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- DCI Banks
- #107 "Innocent Graves" [TV-PG]
- When a teenage schoolgirl is found strangled, Banks and his team quickly identify their prime suspect. But the closer Banks moves toward a conviction, the more the investigation distances him from Helen. [High-Definition]
- #2611 "The Loneliest Animals" [TV-PG]
- Scientists attempt to breed new generations of nearly extinct species. [High-Definition]
- Settlement Schools of Appalachia
- In the late 19th century, college-educated young women of the Bluegrass, influenced by the progressive movement, established several community schools in isolated areas of Eastern Kentucky. This 1995 KET production looks at the early history, growth, and contemporary roles of these Appalachian community institutions.
- #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]
- #1401 "Rhonda Vincent & The Rage" [TV-G]
- Award-winning Bluegrass artists Rhonda Vincent & The Rage perform a collection of bluegrass standards and original songs that is sure to please bluegrass fans old and new. A KET production filmed at the 2008 Renfro Valley Bluegrass Music Festival.