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- Louisville Life
- #713 "River City Drum Corp/Nord's Bakery/U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth/Trent Altman"
- Founded in 1990, the River City Drum Corps is a youth organization that molds traditional African drumming, percussive music training, performance and cultural education; Nord's Bakery, formerly Klein's, has been in Louisville's Germantown neighborhood for 70 years; an interview with U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth (KY-3); and meet artist Trent Altman who was diagnosed with autism as a child. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Classic Gospel
- #811 "Rocky Mountain Homecoming" [TV-G]
- "Colorado," "Back Home Again," and "America the Beautiful" are performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. [High-Definition]
- #809 "Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real/ Jubal's Kin" [TV-G]
- A four-man rock and roots powershouse, Lukas Nelson and Promise of Real perform songs from their well-received album, Brando's Paradise Sessions. Jubal's Kin, a group that blends old-time bluegrass, folk, and roots, perform material from their self-titled debut CD.
- The Red Green Show
- #111 "The Storm Damage Project" [TV-G]
- The Possum Lake area is hit by a huge storm, as predicted by Old Man Sedgwick's body.
- Kentucky Life
- #1813 "John Cohen/Today's Special-Weaver's Hot Dogs/Shepherdsville Train Crash/The Double Dans"
- Meet photographer John Cohen, who came to eastern Kentucky in the late 1950s and captured the region's landscape, people, and music; in Laurel County, Dave enjoys Today's Special at the longtime London landmark, Weaver's Hot Dogs; the Shepherdsville train crash of 1917 is still regarded as the worst in Kentucky's history; and meet Australian horse trainers The Double Dans, who have made Nicholasville their second home. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- History Detectives
- #1008 [TV-PG]
- The History Detectives investigate four stories from the American West including a biography of Kit Carson, a saddle that tells the story of Yakima Canutt, an inscription on sheet music of "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and basket from the Modoc Indian wars. [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
- Kentucky Afield
- #2927 [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
- #1048 "The Art of Concealment" [TV-PG]
- Trying to camouflage himself, Foggy upsets a group of cyclists. Compo also upsets someone - over the state of his trousers.
- Movie Classics
- #1065 "Call Northside 777"
- A Chicago newsman digs up the story of a scrubwoman's son who has been framed for murder. James Stewart, Richard Conte, and Lee Cobb star. (1948)
- The William T. Young Story
- A rare glimpse of one of Kentucky's most extraordinary businessmen, horseman William T. Young, whose philanthropic and community contributions have had a major impact on the Commonwealth. The story is told through interviews with Young and his family, friends, and business colleagues and is narrated by his friend Tommy Smothers. A 2002 KET production.
- Keeping Up Appearances
- Hyacinth fears that the tumultuous lives of her relatives will cast a pall on her image.
- Are You Being Served?
- #105 "His and Hers"
- Captain Peacock is attracted to a new perfume retailer.
- Ashland's Field of Dreams
- Cincinnati Reds sportscaster Marty Brenneman narrates this sentimental look at playing baseball in Central Park in Ashland, Ky., during the 1950s. Watch Online
- As Time Goes By
- Jean and Lionel have decided to live together, but not who is to move in with whom.
- Austin City Limits
- #3802 "Bon Iver" [TV-PG]
- The Grammy-winning Bon Iver performs material from its self-titled second album. [High-Definition]
- #1613 "Sam Bush and Friends"
- Newgrass originator Sam Bush joins a variety of performers onstage at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival. A 2012 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People
- #101 "Time and Terrain" [TV-PG]
- Explores Appalachia's unique mosaic of plant, animal, and early human life. [High-Definition]
- Scott & Bailey
- #107 [TV-PG]
- In the first of a two-part story, the badly burned body of a disabled man turns up in a remote part of Manchester and a few days later another corpse is discovered. Meanwhile, Janet throws her husband out and Rachel's estranged brother turns up on her doorstep. [High-Definition]
- #3009 "What Plants Talk About" [TV-G]
- Hard core science is effortlessly integrated with a light-hearted look at how plants behave, revealing a world where plants are as busy, responsive, and complex as we are. [High-Definition]
- 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
- Great Performances at the Met
- #703 "The Tempest" [TV-PG]
- Composer Thomas Ades conducts the Metropolitan Opera premiere of his own work, with baritone Simon Keenlyside starring as Prospero. [High-Definition]
- #4007 "Ancient Computer" [TV-G]
- A 2,000 year-old Greek shipwreck reveals a clockwork machine considered the world's first computer. An array of 30 intricate bronze gear wheels, originally housed in a shoebox-size wooden case, was designed to predict the dates of lunar and solar eclipses, track the Moon's subtle motions through the sky, and calculate the dates of significant events such as the Olympic Games. [High-Definition]