- European Journal
- #3113 "Women Living As Men - An Ancient Albanian Custom" [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4308 "Mr. Selfridge, Part 1" [TV-PG]
- Upstart American Harry Selfridge moves heaven and earth to build his visionary department store in London. But opening day is just the start of his retail revolution. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2825 [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:15 am Monday, April 1
- Telling Tales
- #116 "Passing It On"
- A documentary about the storytelling tradition with Appalachian folklorist Anndrena Belcher.
- Scully/The World Show
- #1549 "Entrepreneurs/The Fiera Series - Guest: Vincenzo Guzzo" [TV-G]
- Examines the aftermath of an Eastern Kentucky environmental disaster: the massive October 2000 coal slurry spill in Martin County. Approximately 300 million gallons of coal waste broke through underground mine workings and entered the Big Sandy River, killing all aquatic life in more than 30 miles of river and damaging municipal water systems.
- Theater Talk
- #614 "The Heritage of Broadway" [TV-G]
- Producer Michael Kantor discusses his new documentary Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy.
- A Decade of Difference
- The unlikely success story of the people in Eastern and Southern Kentucky, who made up their minds to change the natural environment and make it a cleaner and healthier place to live.Â Offered the resources and leadership of federal, state, and local governments, ultimately they had to change their attitudes about some traditions and culture.
- How Hollywood Does It
- #112 "Animation"
- Two practical animated tutorials are presented as well as some classical animation from the early 1900s. [High-Definition]
- Dangerous Edge: A Life of Graham Greene
- This film explores how writer Graham Greene's life both inspired great writing and drove him to attempt suicide. He was a British spy, a doubting Catholic, and a manic-depressive who wrote bestselling novels. [High-Definition]
- American Masters
- #2603 "Philip Roth: Unmasked" [TV-PG]
- A profile of the American novelist Philip Roth who authored Goodbye Columbus, Portnoy's Complaint, America Pastoral, and others. [High-Definition]
- A Way of Life: Basketball in Kentucky
- Kentucky independent filmmaker Morgan Atkinson chronicles his native state's love for boys' high school basketball. Spanning more than 80 years of game lore and traditions, the story is told by the players, coaches, fans, journalists, and historians who make Kentucky's game so distinctive and focuses particularly on the state championship tournament known as the Sweet Sixteen—one of the few in the nation that allows small schools to compete against the big ones.
- Frank Kearns: American Correspondent
- The CBS News journalist known for covering dangerous stories in Africa and the Middle East from the 1950s to the 1970s is profiled. [High-Definition]
- Fort Niagara: The Struggle for a Continent
- For more than 150 years, Fort Niagara protected a strategic point at the mouth of the Niagara River in Youngstown, NY. Four nations struggled to conquer it and thus control that critical water artery. Rare archival materials, expert commentary, and reenactments recount the history of the fort from its beginnings through modern times. [High-Definition]
- Faces of Farming
- The program highlights how Kentucky farmers care for their animals, the environment, and their consumers. Meet the farmers in the Commonwealth who are providing a safe, affordable food supply to not only their family, but yours.
- GED Connection en Español
- #126 "Física" [TV-G]
- Examina la física de las montañas rusas, los vuelos espaciales, el sonido, la electricidad y la tecnología de la resonancia magnética.
- History Detectives
- #803 "Lauste Film Clip/Baker's Gold/Transatlantic Cable" [TV-PG]
- A clip of the first talking picture, the story behind Gold Rush sketches of five and eight-pound gold nuggets, and a beachcomber finds a section of the first transatlantic cable. [High-Definition]
- My Kentucky Home
- #101 "Crittenden County"
- A historical look at Crittenden County and its economic and social contribution to the state.
- Journeys In India
- #108 "Bangalore and Ooty" [TV-G]
- Visit Cubbon Park and Lal Bagh Gardens and explore the city's markets, nightlife, and architecture. Bill visits the "Queen of the Hill Stations" Ooty, where he tours the plantations, rides the historic narrow-gauge railroad, and visits the Stone House. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #120 "Bend, Twist, and Balance" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #115 "Teacher's Pet/Islander of the Year" [TV-Y]
- The dogs are going to school for the first time, and T-Bone worries that he won't be able to keep up with the others. The library's Islander of the Year essay contest has a surprise winner. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #423 "C.B. Akins"
- A discussion with C.B. Akins. [High-Definition]
- Body Electric
- #1706 "Tallahassee, FL" [TV-G]
- Wild Kratts
- #207 "Bugs Or Monkeys?" [TV-Y]
- Chris puts a miniaturized Martin in his pack and investigates Spider Monkeys in the rainforest. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Health
- #817 "Colon Cancer Awareness and Treatment"
- A discussion about colon cancer awareness and treatment with Dr. Whitney Jones. Watch Online
- #605 "The Boy Who Cried Comet/Arthur and Los Vecinos" [TV-Y]
- Buster uses Muffy's new telescope to try to prove that the UFOs he's been seeing are real, but discovers something even more frightening: a comet headed straight for Earth! When a Latino family moves in next door, Arthur makes a new friend and learns about a different culture—including a Spanish version of Bionic Bunny named Conejitos Mecánicos. [High-Definition]
- #4001 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Muse
- #404 "Julius Friedman: Picture This"
- A profile of Louisville graphic designer and photographer Julius Friedman explores his extensive body of work, including innovative posters for non-profit organizations, and shows him at work on current projects. [High-Definition] Watch Online