- European Journal
- #3112 "Russia's Dashboard Cameras - A Legal Necessity" [TV-G]
- News Quiz
- #2824 [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:15 am Monday, March 25
- 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.
- Scully/The World Show
- #1548 [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Contemporary
- #4129 "The Song of Lunch" [TV-PG]
- Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson star in a dramatization of Christopher Reid's narrative poem, telling the story of a book editor who, 15 years after their break-up, meets his former love for a nostalgic lunch at the Soho restaurant they used to frequent. [High-Definition]
- From the Ground Up
- #106 "Residential Architecture"
- A look at Kentucky home architectual styles. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #512 "Hugh Jackman" [TV-G]
- The versatile and popular entertainer Hugh Jackman talks about his love for Broadway.
- ... damn bad oyster: The Times of William Goebel, Governor
- The Kentucky Governor who became the only U.S. Governor assassinated while in office. Archival material, contemporary footage, and interviews with historians and journalists tell Goebel's story and explore how his legacy affected Kentucky. A KET Fund for Independent production.
- How Hollywood Does It
- #111 "Overseas Cinema"
- A discussion of some of the the major foreign film movements, such as Italian Neo-Realism and French New Wave. [High-Definition]
- #2514 "Girl Model" [TV-PG]
- A look at the modeling industry focuses on an American model scout and a 13-year-old Siberian girl. [High-Definition]
- From Dust to Dreams: Opening Night at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts
- Neil Patrick Harris hosts the opening night concert at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas. The concert stars Jennifer Hudson, Willie Nelson, Martina McBride, Joshua Bell, Mavis Staples, Merle Haggard, Pat Monahan (from Train), John Fogerty, Carole King, and a company of Broadway stars that includes Brian Stokes Mitchell. [High-Definition]
- A Walk with Simon Kenton
- Clancy Brown hosts a walk in the footsteps of legendary frontiersman Simon Kenton, a key figure behind America's westward expansion and the settlement of Kentucky and Ohio. A 2000 KET production. Watch Online
- Independent Lens
- #1312 "Have You Heard from Johannesburg? - Free at Last" [TV-PG]
- The apartheid regime in Pretoria crumbles under pressure from a united popular uprising inside its borders, and crushing international pressure to reform. Nelson Mandela is freed from prison and in 1990 is elected president of a democratic South Africa. [High-Definition]
- A Walk with Boone
- Historians Thomas D. Clark and John Mack Faragher follow the Kentucky trail of America's most famous pioneer, Daniel Boone. A 1997 KET production. Watch Online
- GED Connection en Español
- #125 "Química" [TV-G]
- Define qué es un elemento, ilustra algunas reacciones químicas y examina las aplicaciones practicas de la química en la vida diaria, desde la cocina hasta el arte.
- Market Warriors
- #113 "Antiquing In Walnut, Ia" [TV-PG]
- The pickers head to Walnut, Iowa, to the Walnut Antique Show, where the target assignment is gold. Some key finds include a Herman Miller chair, an aluminum plane, and a piece of tramp art (a woodcutting style that involves layers of whittled pieces). [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Highway 31W
- Documents the 200-year history of the road that, long before the interstates, was the connecting link between Louisville and Nashville.
- Journeys In India
- #107 "The Land of Rudyard Kipling: Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks" [TV-G]
- Bill steps back into Rudyard Kipling's wild world while exploring Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks, the inspiration for The Jungle Book and many other tales. [High-Definition]
- Inspired by the book FatherLoss: How Sons of All Ages Come to Terms with the Deaths of Their Dads by Neil Chethik, this poignant new special explores the unique grief sons face when they lose their fathers. Host Dave Shuffett makes a personal journey of discovery after the death of his father in 2007. In addition to the author Neil Chethik, he interviews several other men about father-loss, including Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Joel Pett, magazine editor John Lynch, and others. A 2010 KET production. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #115 "The Crunch Alternative" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #110 "To Catch a Bird/The Best Party Ever" [TV-Y]
- When Jetta's trophy and locket turn up missing, Clifford is determined to prove that chief suspect Emily Elizabeth didn't take them. Jetta makes fun of the plans for Emily's birthday party, and Emily considers whether to invite her. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #414 "Jim Waters"
- A discussion with Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. [High-Definition]
- Body Electric
- #1701 "Acapulco, Mexico" [TV-G]
- Wild Kratts
- #203 "Creature Power Challenge" [TV-Y]
- Martin and Chris decide to have a contest to decide what's stronger - elephant or rhino powers. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Health
- #806 "Physicians"
- Dr. Tuckson's guests are Dr. Mary Barry of Norton Community Medical Associates, and Dr. Ron Waldridge of Shelby Family Medicine. Watch Online
- #1310 "Looking for Bonnie/The Secret Origin of Supernova" [TV-Y]
- Famous rock musician Dean Lomax visits Elwood City and calls on George's dad to fix his equally famous guitar, named Bonnie. Legend says that Bonnie is magical, and Buster and George are convinced that just one strum will give them special powers. Arthur is dismayed when he learns an energy drink endorsed by his favorite comic book character is full of sugar - it doesn't give you any special energy or magic powers at all! [High-Definition]
- #3358 [TV-RE]
- Thomas D. Clark: In His Own Words
- In interviews conducted over the last two years of his life, distinguished Kentucky historian Dr. Thomas D. Clark (1903-2005) reflects on the state's past; current issues facing the Commonwealth; and his own 70-year career as researcher, writer, teacher, and advocate. A 2005 KET production.