- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1631 [TV-RE]
- Memory, art, and hell collide as an Auschwitz survivor finally confronts the horrors of his past after 50 years of silence. [High-Definition]
- James Still's River of Earth
- A portrait of one of Kentucky's most distinguished and honored writers, an Alabama native who lived and worked in Knott County from 1931 until his death in the spring of 2001. Regarded as the dean of Appalachian literature, Still wrote the novel River of Earth as well as short stories, children's books, collections of mountain lore and sayings, and poetry. A 1997 KET production.
12:30 am Monday, April 8
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #811 "Gene Wilhoit"
- Bill's guest is Gene Wilhoit, the new director of the University of Kentucky National Center for Innovation in Education. Wilhoit is a former Kentucky Department of Education commissioner and has been director of the Council of Chief State School Officers in Washington for the last six years. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Call The Midwife
- #202 [TV-14]
- The Nonnatus community is rocked when the Kelly family's newborn son dies in unexplained circumstances. Cynthia, who had attended the birth, comes under intense scrutiny from the police and others. Chummy decides to pursue her dream and a chance encounter returns Jimmy to Jenny's life. [High-Definition]
- European Journal
- #3114 [TV-G]
- Shiloh: The Devil's Own Day
- The Battle of Shiloh 1862, one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War, is recounted. Nearly 24,000 soldiers were killed, missing, or wounded. [High-Definition]
- Scully/The World Show
- #1550 [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4309 "Mr. Selfridge, Part 2" [TV-PG]
- Harry skirts scandal by putting cosmetics at the front of the store. Meanwhile, his private life gets complicated as Ellen Love, Lady Mae, and his wife, Rose, make waves. [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
- Theater Talk
- #615 "Spring Season Preview 2013" [TV-G]
- Critics Jesse Green, Michael Musto, and Patrick Pacheco discuss the shows they most look forward to.
- How Hollywood Does It
- #101 "Early Cinema"
- A discussion about the birth of cinema in the late 1800's through the talkies in 1928. Included are early films from Thomas Edison, The Lumiere Brothers, and George Melies. [High-Definition]
- Defiant Requiem: Voices of Resistance
- The story of the concentration camp Jewish artists, musicians, poets and writers incarcerated in the Nazi concentration camp "Terezin" in the Czech Republic. The inmates of Terezin stood up to their Nazi oppressors and fought back with art and music. [High-Definition]
- Energy at the Movies: 70 Years of Energy on the Big Screen
- Energy expert Dr. Michael E. Webber uses Hollywood clips as a historical road map to explore how society thinks about energy. [High-Definition]
- The Battle of Mill Springs
- Byron Crawford hosts a new look at the Civil War battle fought on the north side of the Cumberland River in what is present day Nancy, Ky., in January 1862, a Union victory at which the dead included Confederate Brig. Gen. Felix Zollicoffer.
- Alaska, The World, and Wally Hickel
- The industrialist and former Alaska Governor believed in balancing development with preservation. [High-Definition]
- Eat, Fast and Live Longer with Michael Mosley
- Michael Mosley investigates the new science that suggests the ancient idea of fasting can lead to a healthier life. [High-Definition]
- Crisis of Faith
- This program examines how slavery divided religious denominations and ultimately, the nation, in the Civil War era. Singer/songwriter Amy Grant narrates. [High-Definition]
- 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.
- GED Connection en Español
- #127 "Como aprobar las pruebas de matemáticas del GED" [TV-G]
- Consejos sobre que esperar y como prepararse para la prueba de matematica GED, con informacion sobre la calculadora que se utiliza en la prueba.
- 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]
- Shiloh: Fiery Trial
- Compelling recreations and poignant first-hand accounts bring to life the Civil War battle author Shelby Foote referred to as "a cauldron of pure hell." [High-Definition]
- Journeys In India
- #109 "Mumbai & Goa" [TV-G]
- Bill tells Mumbai's rich history is told through two of its most famous inhabitants, Gandhi and Kipling, and heads to the coastal paradise of Goa. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #125 "The Queen of Asanas" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #120 "Clifford on Parade/Follow the Leader" [TV-Y]
- Emily Elizabeth and Charley decide to make a float for the Birdwell Parade but have trouble agreeing on a design. Cleo doesn't want to give up being leader in a game of Follow the Leader. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #424 "Ed Whitfield"
- A discussion with U.S. Congressman Ed Whitfield, (R-Ky). [High-Definition]