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- Antiques Roadshow
- #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]
- #3232 "Sport Sedan Shootout" [TV-G]
- A sport sedan shootout, the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse, and tire rotation are highlighted. [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.
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- Trigg Co. Country Ham Festival, chain saw artists Sam Dunning and Tommy Rothrock, and Newport Aquarium's penguin exhibit are featured. [High-Definition]
- The Lawrence Welk Show
- #1333 "April Showers"
- "April Showers" opens the show. Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts "Look For The Silver Lining" and Steve Smith sings about "April Love." Natalie Nevins invites us to "Look To The Rainbow" and Jo Ann Castle plays a rousing "You Are My Sunshine."
- #2706 "Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves" [TV-PG]
- What happens when two great predators come face to face in Yellowstone? The grizzly and the wolf — they couldn't be more different. In every encounter, the opposition must be measured, strengths must be tested and risks must be carefully weighed. To fight or to flee? It's all in knowing your own strengths and limitations in the heat of the moment. [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
- Louisville Life
- #714 "Why Louisville II/FOX Program/Community Foundation of Louisville - Susan Barry/Pyro Gallery"
- Gift shop owner and and Lebowski Fest impresario Will Russell has opened up a Why Louisville II shop in the NuLu/East Market Street neighborhood; Families Outside X-ploring or FOX is a series of events designed to get families into the great outdoors; an interview with Susan Barry, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Louisville; and the unique works of artists at PYRO Gallery. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Classic Gospel
- #812 "Best of Anthony Burger" [TV-G]
- The pianist's most cherished performances including "The Hallelujah Chorus," "Exodus," "We Shall Behold Him," and more are showcased. [High-Definition]
- #810 "Celebration of John Jacob Niles" [TV-G]
- Dr. Ron Pen, The Reel World String Band, The Niles String Quartet, Carla Gover, Dennis Bender, and vocalist Monica Dewey pay homage to John Jacob Niles, the Kentucky native called the "Dean of American Balladeers." Niles was dedicated to the folk music tradition and lives on in generations of folk revival artists such as Bob Dylan, Jean Ritchie, Joan Baez, and Oscar Brand.
- The Red Green Show
- #112 "The Marine Show Project" [TV-G]
- The men of Possum Lodge fly in a couple of seas cows to create a marine entertainment centre that is reminiscent of other historic mistakes.
- Kentucky Life
- #1814 "Blood River Seeps State Nature Preserve/Capt. John "Jack" Jouett, Jr. Marker/Holt House/The Maysville Players"
- Dave encounters animal species in Blood River Seeps State Nature Preserve in Calloway County; historical markers document the fateful ride of Revolutionary War hero Capt. John "Jack" Jouett, Jr.; efforts to preserve the Holt House in Breckinridge County honor the legacy of Judge Joseph Holt, one of Lincoln's trusted allies; and Maysville's Washington Opera House is the home of The Maysville Players, the oldest established theatre group in Kentucky. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- History Detectives
- #308 "Hermann Goering's Shotgun/Calf Creek Arrow/The Edison House" [TV-G]
- A Lewiston, NY man believes his shotgun may have belonged to Hermann Goering—the former head of the mighty German Luftwaffe—and was looted at the time of Goering's arrest in 1945. An Oklahoma resident shows an unusual bison skull found in a dry riverbed. Does the handmade point lodged in the bone date back to the Calf Creek culture of 3000 BC? And a Union, NJ resident wonders whether his home was designed and built by inventor Thomas Edison.
- 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 Afield
- #2928 [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
- #1049 "The Loxley Lozenge" [TV-PG]
- Wesley has discovered an old racing car. Compo, Clegg and Foggy offer to help him transport it back to his shed, not reckoning on its condition.
- Sisters of War
- An engrossing World War II drama inspired by the true story of two extraordinary Australian women, Lorna Whyte, an army nurse, and Sister Berenice Twohill, a Catholic nun from rural New South Wales. Sarah Snook and Claire van der Boom star. (2010) [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
- Keeping Up Appearances
- Onslow's birthday celebration comes but once a year, but it is still too often to suit Hyacinth.
- Are You Being Served?
- #106 "Diamonds Are a Man's Best Friend"
- A wealthy client loses a diamond in the store, but the staff finds rhinestones instead.
- Above Yellowstone
- An aerial tour of the park showcases the Lamar Valley, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Forest Fire, The Geyser Basins, and parts of Yellowstone as seen during the flight of a Bald Eagle. [High-Definition]
- As Time Goes By
- Jean's sister-in-law is in town, and Jean, not willing to admit her real situation with Lionel, embarks on a cover-up.
- 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.
- Austin City Limits
- #3608 "John Legend & The Roots" [TV-PG]
- The best of contemporary R&B with John Legend and the Roots. The innovative hip-hop collective backs the Grammy-winning soul singer on a set of '70s soul covers and originals. [High-Definition]
- #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
- Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People
- #102 "New Green World" [TV-PG]
- Traces the story of Appalachia from the rumblings of Revolutionary War through Andrew Jackson's forced relocation of the Cherokee people in 1831. [High-Definition]