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- Wild Kratts
- #208 "Secrets of the Spider's Web" [TV-Y]
- When the creature adventuring Kratt Brothers take a nasty tumble, the Wild Kratts sets off on a mission to find and recreate one of the greatest of all biotech engineering secrets - spider silk. [High-Definition]
- Connections with Renee Shaw
- #819 "Thrivals 5.0"
- A look at "Thrivals 5.0: "The Quest: The Call to Adventure," part of Louisville's IdeaFestival. Thrivals 5.0 presents an interactive introduction to "questors" who have not just dared to dream but have achieved their dream. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Leadership Landscape
- #110 "Jeff Van Note"
- A discussion with former NFL football player Jeff Van Note.
- The Electric Company
- #124 "Electric Accompany" [TV-Y]
- Annie hypnotizes Keith to sing an annoying jingle. The Electric Company needs to cure Keith in time for him to perform the song he wrote for his dad's birthday. [High-Definition]
- 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
- Kentucky Life
- #1303 "Science Hill Female Academy/Julie May/Apple Patch" [TV-G]
- Former students' memories of the Science Hill Female Academy in Shelby County, which closed in 1939 after 114 years of operation; Shelbyville artist Julie May's intricate works based on natural forms, created with the unusual process known as vitreography; and Apple Patch in Oldham County, a residential community founded by parents where their adult children with mental retardation can live and work in a safe and loving environment. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- BBC World News America
- #17102 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #319 "The Ol' Switcheroo" [TV-Y]
- Ruff has been tapped to play goalie in a celebrity hockey tournament. What's even scarier is that his opponents are inmates from Poodle Island, including his twin brother, Scruff. Terrified, he sends Harsha and DJ out to engineer a "puck stopper." Meanwhile, Ruff discovers that Scruff is actually living in his doghouse, so he gets Jay and Noel to swap houses for a day. [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
- Nightly Business Report
- #32093 [TV-RE]
- #404 "Past Perfect Prediction" [TV-Y]
- Convinced that the last piece he needs to activate his powerful new machine is hidden in Slider's garage, Hacker threatens to evict the teenager unless he pays off an old debt. The kids decide to reopen the garage to raise the money, but quickly discover that there's more to running the business than meets the eye. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10605 [TV-RE]
- EcoSense for Living
- #102 "Children in Nature" [TV-G]
- Explores "Nature Deficit Disorder," a term coined by Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, to describe the physical, mental, and emotional effects that children suffer when they lose contact with nature.
- Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
- #942 "Great Investors: Ken Heebner" [TV-RE]
- 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]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #3924 "April 12, 2013"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Linda Blackford, reporter, Lexington Herald-Leader; Ronnie Ellis, Frankfort reporter, CNHI, Inc.; and Chad Lampe, news director, WKMS Radio in Murray. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Doc Martin
- #206 "The Family Way" [TV-PG]
- Dr. Ellingham's parents, whom he hasn't spoken to in seven years, make a surprise visit to Cornwall to stay with their son. Christopher Ellingham is a suave surgeon, oozing charm, nothing like his son, and the villagers are soon taken in by his charisma. But his wife Margaret seems oddly quiet and reserved. Martin worries that she might be ill. Danny collapses, barely able to breathe. Louisa calls Martin who diagnoses a collapsed lung. [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.
- The McLaughlin Group
- #3116 [TV-RE]
- Washington Week
- #5241 [TV-RE]
- 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)
- Mission Appalachia: The Story of Red Bird
- The Red Bird Mission has been described as one of the most comprehensive mission sites in the world.Â Nearly 3,000 volunteers journey to Appalachia from all across the United States to bring relief and support to fellow Americans. This documentary follows very personal stories of hope and resilience of the mountain people who refer to it simply, and affectionately, as "Red Bird." [High-Definition]
- Need To Know
- #315 [TV-RE]
- Live from Lincoln Center
- #3803 "Josh Groban: All That Echoes" [TV-G]
- Josh Groban performs hits from his 12-year career and songs from his new album, All That Echoes. [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.
- BBC World News
- #23102 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19080 [TV-RE]
- #1305 "Timberline Drive/Jake Quesenberry/MacRae Brothers" [TV-G]
- The assembly of hardened bluegrass veterans known as Timberline Drive brings its skilled expertise to the stage. In the group's last performance featuring the late Jake Quesenberry, the MacRae Brothers perform old-time country "brother duets" featuring guitar and mandolin. A KET production recorded at the 2007 River of Music Party in Owensboro.