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Monday 4/8/2013

6:00 pm EDT

KET
BBC World News AmericaHigh Definition
#17098 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KET2
Fetch! With Ruff RuffmanHigh Definition
#315 "Feeling Sheepish, Ruff?" [TV-Y]
Ruff agrees to watch his sister's sheep, assuming that "sheep" means one sheep. When hundreds of them arrive, they stampede the doghouse, forcing Ruff and Blossom to barricade themselves inside the bathroom. Ruff sends two kids to learn to herd sheep and two more to Utah, where they learn about bighorn sheep and their habitat. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Louisville LifeKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#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
 

6:30

KET
Nightly Business ReportHigh Definition
#32089 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KET2
CyberchaseHigh Definition
#309 "The Snelfu Snafu (Part 1)" [TV-Y]
The long-lost encryptor chip, the one computer component that can bring Motherboard back to full power, turns up for sale on the popular cybersite U-WANT, U-BID. The kids save up money and manage to outbid Hacker for the precious chip. But when they implant it into Motherboard, Hacker takes over Cyberspace! [High-Definition]
KETKY
Comment on KentuckyKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#3923 "April 5, 2013"
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Kenny Colston, Frankfort bureau chief, Kentucky Public Radio; Phil Pendleton, reporter, WKYT-TV in Lexington; and Mike Wynn, Frankfort bureau reporter, Louisville Courier-Journal. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

7:00

KET
PBS NewsHourHigh Definition
#10601 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KET2
The Mind of A ChefHigh Definition
#114 "Sweet Spot" [TV-PG]
Christina Tosi makes corn cookies three ways and her three-layered Arnold Palmer cake. Chef Burns makes ice cream and David goes strawberry picking. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Exploring an American OriginalKYWatch Online!
#101 "Heartland Waterways Corridor"
One of the nation's proudest outdoor wonderlands is in southern Kentucky, known today for its abundant lakes and rivers. Threads of history are woven throughout—including a connection to Jesse James—and the combination of tradition and outdoor appeal inspires a plethora of festivals. Watch Online
 

7:30

KET2
Kentucky HealthClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
#815 "Laughter In Medicine"
A discussion about laughter in medicine. Watch Online
KETKY
Local TravelerKYHigh Definition
#104 "Kenny's Cheese/Buffalo Trace/Boone Tavern"
Visit the guru of gouda at Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese in Austin, Kentucky; fill the barrels with bourbon at Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort; and taste the delicious spoon bread at historic Boone Tavern Hotel in Berea, Kentucky. [High-Definition]
 

8:00

KET
The Price of Poverty In KentuckyKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#101
Experts and advocates from across the state gather on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to address a few of the many questions and challenges regarding poverty in Kentucky. Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host. Panelists include Terry Brooks, executive director, Kentucky Youth Advocates; Councilwoman Attica Woodson Scott, Louisville Metro Govenment; Eric Schansberg, an economics professor at Indiana University-Southeast and member of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Board of Scholars; Reid Livingston, Kentucky director, Save the Children USA; Courtney Trent, Early Steps to School Success coordinator, Save the Children; Gerry Roll, executive director, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky; James P. Ziliak, founding director, University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research and a UK Gatton Endowed Chair of Economics; and Michelle Tooley, the Eli Lilly Professor of Religion, Berea College. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
Antiques RoadshowHigh Definition
#1711 "Cincinnati, Hour Two" [TV-G]
Discoveries include a suit that belonged to chicken magnate Colonel Sanders, a bronze horse sculpture by Solon Borglum, and an 1846 wall map of the western United States. [High-Definition]
KETKY
In Performance at the Governor's MansionKY
#101 "Series Premiere: Showcase of Kentucky Talent"
A mini-gala spotlighting Kentucky performing artists: Tim Lake and the Little Big Band, students from the Governor's School for the Arts, Miss Kentucky Veronica Duka, and Everett McCorvey and Alicia Helm. Sky Yancey hosts. A 1997 KET production.
 

9:00

KET
1962 World's Fair: When Seattle Invented The FutureHigh Definition
[TV-G]
Archival footage showcases the 1962 World's Fair, a celebration of science and technology. Seattle's business, civic and cultural leaders, historians, and longtime residents reminisce about the excitement and ambition the Fair ignited including Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and public television's Rick Steves. [High-Definition]
KET2
Market WarriorsHigh Definition
#114 "Antiquing In Chicago, Il" [TV-PG]
The pickers must find something from the 1970s at the Randolph Street Market in Chicago, Illinois. Notable finds include a pair of mid-century fiberglass chairs, a modern coffee table, and an Aunt Jemima clock. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Figaro! Living in the Moment of a CharacterKY
Singers from The Louisville School of Music and the Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland perform The Marriage of Figaro thousands of miles apart. Extensive filming throughout the production's three-month period provides insight into the rigorous schedule of its performers and behind-the-scenes of all the departments that brought the audience to its feet.
 

9:58

KET
Ted Bassett: A Kentucky GentlemanKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
Discover the extraordinary life of the longtime Keeneland Race Course executive Ted Bassett, a native Kentuckian who was a decorated World War II marine and former head of the state police. Through interviews with friends, colleagues, and contemporaries a picture emerges of a humble, self-effacing man who, believing in service to others, achieved great things. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

10:00

KET
Ted Bassett: A Kentucky GentlemanKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
Discover the extraordinary life of the longtime Keeneland Race Course executive Ted Bassett, a native Kentuckian who was a decorated World War II marine and former head of the state police. Through interviews with friends, colleagues, and contemporaries a picture emerges of a humble, self-effacing man who, believing in service to others, achieved great things. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
Independent LensHigh Definition
#1410 "The House I Live In/As I Am" [TV-14]
This film captures heart-wrenching stories at all levels of America's drug war, from the dealer to the grieving mother, the narcotics officer to the senator, and the inmate to the federal judge. [High-Definition]
 

11:00

KET
BBC World NewsHigh Definition
#23098 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
James Still's River of EarthKY
[TV-G]
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.
 

11:30

KET
Kentucky LifeClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
#1417 "Arboretum Birdhouses/Thompson Enamel/J.P. and Annadeene Fraley" [TV-G]
Artist-decorated birdhouses at the Lexington Arboretum; Bellevue's Woodrow Carpenter, the 90-something founder of the only glass enamel manufacturer in the Western Hemisphere; and the musical legacy of J.P. and Annadeene Fraley, who founded the Mountain Music Gatherin' held every September at Carter Caves State Park near Olive Hill. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
 

Midnight

KET
Workplace Essential SkillsClosed CaptionedWatch Online!
#107 "Workplace Safety" [TV-G]
Developing safety-conscious attitudes and skills. Watch Online
KET2
Tavis SmileyHigh Definition
#2876 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
The Price of Poverty In KentuckyKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#101
Experts and advocates from across the state gather on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to address a few of the many questions and challenges regarding poverty in Kentucky. Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host. Panelists include Terry Brooks, executive director, Kentucky Youth Advocates; Councilwoman Attica Woodson Scott, Louisville Metro Govenment; Eric Schansberg, an economics professor at Indiana University-Southeast and member of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Board of Scholars; Reid Livingston, Kentucky director, Save the Children USA; Courtney Trent, Early Steps to School Success coordinator, Save the Children; Gerry Roll, executive director, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky; James P. Ziliak, founding director, University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research and a UK Gatton Endowed Chair of Economics; and Michelle Tooley, the Eli Lilly Professor of Religion, Berea College. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online