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- BBC World News America
- #17106 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #317 "The People vs. Grandma Ruffman" [TV-Y]
- Grandma Ruffman is in jail, having been accused of trying to break Ruff's twin, Scruff Ruffman, out of prison. Ruff sends two kids to be on Grandma's defense team, two others to examine forensic evidence, and the others to prosecute Grandma. They try the case with help from real lawyers in a real courtroom with a real judge. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2017 "Gun Laws"
- A discussion about gun laws. Scheduled guests: Connie Coartney, spokeswoman for the Kentucky chapter of Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America; Ken Pagano, a National Rifle Association member and NRA-certified instructor; Rev. Tanya Tyler, Justice Commission chair for the Kentucky Council of Churches; and Rev. Hershael York, senior pastor at Buck Run Baptist Church and professor and associate dean at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32095 [TV-RE]
- #311 "Shari Spotter and the Cosmic Crumpets" [TV-Y]
- Digit and the kids help Shari Spotter of Frogsnorts School for Sorcerers make magical Cosmic Crumpets, racing to finish before Hacker crashes the Sorcerer's Ball and becomes the most powerful magician in Cyberspace. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10607 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #707 "Paris: Embracing Life and Art" [TV-G]
- Explore the Cluny Museum, heavenly stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle, Pere Lachaise Cemetery, and the Parisian cafe scene. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #109 "Harriette Arnow/Ourselves and That Promise" [TV-G]
- In interviews filmed not long before her death, Harriet Simpson Arnow, author of the The Dollmaker, describes the basic biographical details of her life and reveals the difficulties of being a writer, a wife, and a mother. And. three contemporary Kentuckians, James Still, Robert Penn Warren, and Billy Davis, discuss their work and its relationship to the environment in which they live.
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #812 "Elena Passarello"
- Bill talks with writer Elena Passarello, an assistant professor of English at Oregon State University and a visiting professor in the MFA program at Murray State University. Her debut nonfiction collection, Let Me Clear My Throat, explores the human voice in popular performance. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1401 "Rhonda Vincent & The Rage" [TV-G]
- Award-winning Bluegrass artists Rhonda Vincent & The Rage perform a collection of bluegrass standards and original songs that is sure to please bluegrass fans old and new. A KET production filmed at the 2008 Renfro Valley Bluegrass Music Festival.
- In Performance at the White House
- #1901 "Memphis Soul" [TV-PG]
- The memorable soul sounds of Al Green, Mavis Staples, Carla Thomas, Otis Redding and many more are featured. The evening pays homage to Memphis, a segregated city in the 1960s where many whites and blacks nonetheless came together to make soulful music, a mix of gospel and potent rhythmic grooves. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #809 "Simple Pleasures, Hidden Treasures" [TV-G]
- In a two-hour special, host Dave Shuffett finds all kinds of uniquely Kentucky delights, including an Appalachian chef, a rodeo team, a jeweler inspired by nature, and some long-timers—a couple still keeping house after 72 years of marriage and a family that has been farming the same land for 150 years. He visits a coal camp, a country music store, the Corvette Museum, the Kirchoff Bakery, the Mother of God Catholic Church, and the Louisville Zoo and goes to beloved landmarks like Cumberland Falls, the Land Between the Lakes, and the Red River Gorge, as well as lesser-known jewels such as the Goddard Covered Bridge and the Parkette Drive-In. A 2002 KET production. Watch Online
- The Central Park Five
- This film examines the rape of a Central Park jogger in 1989, the media response and the public outcry it triggered, and the miscarriage of justice that followed it, probing the larger issues of our nation's past. [High-Definition]
- 1962 World's Fair: When Seattle Invented The Future
- 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]
- Coming to Ground
- Explores the change in Kentucky agriculture over the last decade and chronicles the efforts of Kentucky's farmers and policy makers as they moved from dependency on tobacco to a more diverse and sustainable agriculture. [High-Definition]
- Scott & Bailey
- #109 [TV-PG]
- Gill and Rachel investigate a murder which bears striking similarities to a case from 13 years ago. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23106 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19082 [TV-RE]
- Explores life at the Abbey of Gethsemani in Nelson County, one of the best-known monasteries in the world, showcasing its beauty and serenity while examining the struggles of those who live there. Produced and directed by Morgan Atkinson with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production, this program received a Gabriel Award from the Catholic Academy for Communications Arts Professionals.
- Kentucky Life
- #1423 "Big Bugs/Glassblower Michelle Weston/Jordan Leigh" [TV-G]
- A look at sculptor David Rogers' Big Bug Exhibit at the Western Kentucky Botanical Garden; glassblower Michelle Weston sees the possibilities in the color and fluidity of a material most think is fragile; and meet singer Jordan Leigh, a Kentucky teenager who has performed with Dolly Parton, at the Grand Ole Opry, and on CBS. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #106 "Writing Style and Word Choice" [TV-G]
- Purpose and audience affect how authors compose various kinds of written pieces.
- In My Lifetime
- Scientists, politicians, and atomic-bomb survivors discuss the 68-year history of nuclear weapons. [High-Definition]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #103 "From Bluegrass to Blues—Roots of Kentucky Music"
- Outstanding Kentucky artists present music associated with summer. The Eastern Kentucky University Brass Quintet performs band music, Homer Ledford plays traditional bluegrass, and Robert Phillips and the Fender Benders play the blues. A 1997 KET production.