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- BBC World News America
- #17099 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #316 "I'll Ruff and I'll Ruff and I'll Blow Your House Down" [TV-Y]
- Ruff is having a lot of trouble with Chet, his new mouse assistant. Chet needs training, and it would be nice if he lived somewhere other than in the Fetch 3000. So Ruff sends DJ to a dog obedience school to become an expert trainer, and Noel, Sammy, and Jay go to engineering school to learn to construct a new home for Chet—out of straw. [High-Definition]
- The Price of Poverty In Kentucky
- 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
- Nightly Business Report
- #32090 [TV-RE]
- #310 "The Snelfu Snafu (Part 2)" [TV-Y]
- The CyberSquad must find a way to bring Motherboard back to power and oust Hacker. Slider's new invention, the "Syncolator," may be the answer—but some of the expensive parts are missing, and the kids' funds are limited. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10602 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #706 "Paris: Regal and Intimate" [TV-G]
- Explore the Seine River, Napoleon's tomb, and the Louvre. Experience the pulse of Paris-shopping, church in a grand pipe organ loft, and a patriotic Bastille Day. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #108 "Nimrod Workman: To Fit My Own Category/Coal Miner: Frank Jackson/UMWA: A House Divided" [TV-G]
- Nimrod Workman was born in 1895 and spent his life raising a family of eleven by working in the West Virginia coal mines. The film is an extended visit at his home as he and his family prepare meals, build an addition to the house, dig for yellow root, swap jokes with the neighbors, and enjoy each other's company. Next, an early Appalshop film juxtaposes coal miner Frank Jackson's personal recollections of union organizing and mining work with scenes of him in and around the mines. Also, a film of a speech given by W.A. Boyle, president of UMWA, at a miners' rally in Big Stone Gap, Va., in the summer of 1970 with scenes at a mine and interviews with working and disabled miners.
- 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
- #1614 "Best of the 2011 International Newgrass Festival"
- The Best of the 2011 International Newgrass Festival features highlight performances from 13 groups. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- American Masters
- #2008 "Carol Burnett: A Woman of Character" [TV-PG]
- A tribute to the entertainer who transformed herself into a one-woman army of comedic characters despite a difficult childhood. [High-Definition]
- Along Kentucky 80
- Journalist John Ed Pearce travels across southern Kentucky on state Hwy. 80, from the Breaks of the Big Sandy on the Virginia border to Columbus-Belmont Battlefield State Park on the Mississippi River. Stops along the way include Mammoth Cave, Lake Cumberland, Logan County sites with historic connections to Jesse James and Andrew Jackson, the South Union Shaker village, Bowling Green, and Cadiz. A 1992 KET production. Watch Online
- 3 Miles An Hour
- Meet legendary western Montana backcountry outfitter Arnold "Smoke" Elser, who considers "three miles an hour" - the walking speed of a horse - the best way to see and savor life. [High-Definition]
- Deep Down
- Two eastern Kentucky neighbors are at odds in a contentious community battle over a proposed mountaintop removal coal mine. [High-Definition]
- In Her Power
- Empowerment expert Helene Lerner encourages women to believe in themselves and pursue their dreams. [High-Definition]
- #3107 "Syria Behind The Lines" [TV-14]
- Filmmaker Olly Lambert documents the devastating effect of a religious feud that is shaping Syria's future. [High-Definition]
- Scott & Bailey
- #108 [TV-PG]
- The team finally break down the wall of silence maintained by their four murder suspects and uncover the truth behind the killings. Meanwhile, Rachel cannot fight her attraction to Sean. Janet tries to keep her private life secret, but Taisie spills the beans to Andy. [High-Definition]
- My Kentucky Home
- #105 "Grayson County"
- Marking 200 years plus, share the excitement of a county that celebrates with the Honey Fest, Community Days, and an old fashion County Fair. Meet Allen Hemberger, who worked on Avatar and King Kong, as well as Kevin Mudd, organizer for the nationally known Fiddler's Contest, along with a host of others who exemplify the moral fiber of Grayson County.
- BBC World News
- #23099 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19077 [TV-RE]
- Made & Bottled In Kentucky
- The story of the early distillers in Kentucky and the multi-million-dollar industry they spawned. Master distillers and owners, some of whose families have been in the Kentucky bourbon distilling business for generations, are interviewed at the picturesque and historic distilleries. Maker's Mark, Brown-Foreman, Jim Beam, Heaven Hill, Barton, Wild Turkey, and Ancient Age are among the brands featured. Produced by Charles Cowdery with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Kentucky Life
- #1418 "Mill Springs Reenactors/Kelley Farms/Highland Renaissance Festival" [TV-G]
- Three segments produced by college students from around the state: Civil War reenactors at the site of the Battle of Mill Springs; how Kelley Farms has moved away from tobacco farming by growing strawberries and pumpkins and creating a corn maze; and the themed weekends of the Highland Renaissance Festival, held every summer in Eminence, including "Masquerade," "Celtic," and "Scotland the Brave." A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #104 "The Writing Process" [TV-G]
- Outlines a three-step process: generating ideas, writing a rough draft, and revising/editing.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2877 [TV-RE]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #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.