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Sunday 4/21/2013

Noon EDT

KET
The McLaughlin GroupClosed Captioned
#3117 [TV-RE]
KET2
Louisville LifeKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#715 "Alley Theatre/Peace Education/Louisville Sports Commission - Karl Schmitt/Inn at Woodhaven"
Visit with actors at Alley Theatre; the Peace Education Program teaches conflict resolution, peer mediation, and prejudice reduction; an interview with Karl Schmitt, executive director of the Louisville Sports Commission; and built in 1853, the Inn at Woodhaven is a bed and breakfast listed on the National Register because of its architectural significance. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KETKY
Kentucky MuseKYWatch Online!
#102 "Mountain Music Gatherin'"
For more than three decades, players and fans of traditional music have assembled annually at the J.P. Fraley Mountain Music Gatherin' in Olive Hill for performances by master musicians and rising young stars as well as come-one, come-all day and night jam sessions. Watch Online
 

12:30 pm

KET
Comment on KentuckyKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#3925 "April 19, 2013"
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Phillip M. Bailey, political editor, WFPL Radio in Louisville; John Stamper, accountability editor, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Amanda Van Benschoten, columnist, Kentucky Enquirer. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
Burt Wolf: Travels & TraditionsHigh Definition
#1105 "What Are They Eating in the Photograph" [TV-G]
This program looks at a group of famous photographs that have something to do with eating and drinking, including Halsman's photo of Marilyn Monroe having a hamburger at a drive-in, Cartier-Bresson's picnic near Paris, and Duncan's photo of Picasso at lunch. Burt and a group of experts explain why each photograph is important, and the history and significance of the gastronomic elements. The recipe for each food is then demonstrated by a leading chef. [High-Definition]
 

12:59

KET2
Are You Being Served?Closed Captioned
#107 "Clock"
Mr. Grainger fears he will be forcibly retired, but there is a mix-up at his going-away party.
 

1:00

KET
One to One with Bill GoodmanKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#813 "Dr. Gary Small"
Bill talks to Dr. Gary Small, director of the UCLA Longevity Center and author of a number of memory books including The Alzheimer's Prevention Program: Keep Your Brain Healthy for the Rest of Your Life. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KETKY
Headwaters: Real Stories from Rural AmericaClosed CaptionedKY
#208 "Coal Bucket Outlaw/Applewise" [TV-G]
Built around a day in the life of a Kentucky coal truck driver, Coal Bucket Outlaw provides a direct look at where our energy comes from as well as the human and environmental price we pay for our heavy dependence on fossil fuels. Applewise profiles the Mullins family, third-generation apple growers, and their struggle to maintain and manage one of only two remaining family-run apple orchards in Wise County, VA.
 

1:29

KET2
Last of the Summer WineClosed Captioned
#1050 "The Mysterious Feet of Nora Batty" [TV-PG]
Compo, Clegg, and Foggy attempt to settle a question involving the size of Nora Batty's feet.
 

1:29

KET2
Last of the Summer WineClosed Captioned
#1050 "The Mysterious Feet of Nora Batty" [TV-PG]
Compo, Clegg, and Foggy attempt to settle a question involving the size of Nora Batty's feet.
 

1:30

KET
Connections with Renee ShawKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#827 "Dr. Mary Evans Sias"
Dr. Mary Evans Sias, president of Kentucky State University, discusses HBCU's (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) intense focus on getting more students to earn college degrees and partnering with community colleges to advance this goal. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

2:00

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]
KETKY
Appalachia: A History of Mountains and PeopleKYHigh Definition
#103 "Mountain Revolutions" [TV-PG]
Relates how land grabbers poisoned a region that was once renowned mainly for its restful spas and noble character. [High-Definition]
 

2:01

KET2
As Time Goes By
#118
Lionel and Jean try to adjust to living together.
 

2:01

KET2
As Time Goes By
#118
Lionel and Jean try to adjust to living together.
 

2:31

KET2
Keeping Up AppearancesClosed Captioned
#207
Hyacinth still wants to impress Emmet with her singing, especially since he has moved in next door.
 

2:31

KET2
Keeping Up AppearancesClosed Captioned
#207
Hyacinth still wants to impress Emmet with her singing, especially since he has moved in next door.
 

3:00

KET
In Performance at the White HouseHigh Definition
#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]
KET2
Doc MartinHigh Definition
#207 "Out of the Woods" [TV-PG]
Mark Mylow intends to marry beautiful Julie Mitchell. For his stag night, Mark wants to camp out in the woods under the stars accompanied by his Best Man, Al Large. An adder bites Mark's ankle and he suffers a potentially fatal allergic reaction. While Al is in the woods, his dad Bert tries to fix up his flat. Meanwhile, it appears the beaches of North Cornwall are being stormed by legions of poisonous fish intent on terrorizing the teenage population of Portwenn. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Kentucky at WarClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
Interviews, archival film footage, and letters tell the story of how Kentucky experienced World War II. Produced by Creation Films, Louisville; production funded in part by Hilary J. Boone Jr., Alice Sparks, and the Marshall Charitable Foundation. Watch Online
 

4:00

KET
Kentucky LifeKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#1815 "Kentucky Wild Rivers Program/Mussel Species/Bill Best"
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, Dave learns about the Kentucky Wild Rivers Program as he explores the beautiful forest and waterways of The Little South Fork; a trip to the Licking River in Northern Kentucky reveals the surprising diversity of Kentucky's mussel species; and farmer and seed collector Bill Best introduces us to tasty varieties of Heirloom beans. [High-Definition] Watch Online
KET2
Appalachia: A History of Mountains and PeopleKYHigh Definition
#103 "Mountain Revolutions" [TV-PG]
Relates how land grabbers poisoned a region that was once renowned mainly for its restful spas and noble character. [High-Definition]
 

4:30

KET
Kentucky AfieldKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#2929 [TV-G]
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

5:00

KET
The This Old House HourHigh Definition
#1123 [TV-G]
Building shiplap barn board walls and a mantel, the finished yard, and project architect Sally DeGan gives a tour of a home with accessible retrofits. Also, safety tips for using all types of ladders and replacing a three-handle shower valve with a single-handle anti-scald valve are shared. [High-Definition]
KET2
Guts with Michael MosleyHigh Definition
[TV-PG]
Michael Mosley uncovers the secret life of our digestive tract in an eye-opening and detailed exploration of the side of the body we normally never get to see. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Kentucky AfieldKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#2929 [TV-G]
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

5:30

KETKY
Kentucky LifeKYHigh DefinitionWatch Online!
#1815 "Kentucky Wild Rivers Program/Mussel Species/Bill Best"
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, Dave learns about the Kentucky Wild Rivers Program as he explores the beautiful forest and waterways of The Little South Fork; a trip to the Licking River in Northern Kentucky reveals the surprising diversity of Kentucky's mussel species; and farmer and seed collector Bill Best introduces us to tasty varieties of Heirloom beans. [High-Definition] Watch Online
 

6:00

KET
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy MacHigh Definition
#108 "Keepsake Box" [TV-G]
Tommy demonstrates how to build a keepsake box and then explains how to create the magnificent herringbone veneer pattern for the top. Then, Tommy takes a trip to the John Adams House in Quincy, Mass., to see one of John Adams's desks, covered in spectacular veneer and banding. Later, Tommy is joined in his shop by Neil Lamens of Furnitology.com. [High-Definition]
KET2
NovaHigh Definition
#4010 "Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes" [TV-PG]
How did life storm the beaches and dominate planet Earth? Ancient Australian fossils offer clues. While the oceans were teeming, the world above the waves remained an almost lifeless wasteland - until the Silurian period, when the conquest of the land began. [High-Definition]
KETKY
A Walk Through Kentucky WildflowersKY
Thomas Barnes, author and photographer of Kentucky's Last Great Places, hosts a scenic tour of Kentucky's wildflowers. Traveling to each of the state's geographic regions, he samples the amazing ecological abundance of more than 2,000 native wildflower species. Produced by Britt Davis with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.