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Thursday 5/2/2013

Midnight EDT

KET
Workplace Essential SkillsClosed CaptionedWatch Online!
#114 "Supplying Information: Directions, Forms, and Charts" [TV-G]
Advice and practice exercises for developing accuracy and completeness. Watch Online
KET2
Tavis SmileyHigh Definition
#2893 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
The Dinsmore HomesteadKY
[TV-G]
The Dinsmore Homestead is a unique historic site where visitors can learn what rural life was like in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
 

12:30 am Thursday, May 2

KET
Beyond the Stone Fences: Horse Farms of the BluegrassKYHigh Definition
Explore the history and traditions of some of the area's fabled horse farms including Calumet, Three Chimneys, and Donamire. [High-Definition]
KET2
Tavis SmileyHigh Definition
#2892 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
The Filson PresentsKYHigh Definition
#103 "Estill Curtis Pennington - Country Mice and City Slickers"
American culture historian Ellis Curtis Pennington compares and contrasts the decorative styles and seminal events of Lexington and Louisville. [High-Definition]
 

1:00

KET
Charlie RoseHigh Definition
#19093 [TV-RE]
[High-Definition]
KET2
NatureHigh Definition
#3011 "Legendary White Stallions" [TV-PG]
This story of the world-famous Lipizzaner stallions focuses on the bond that develops between the horses and their caregivers, beginning at birth and culminating at the famous Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Austria. [High-Definition]
 

1:02

KETKY
Dusk 'til Dawn: Kentucky Rural Drive-In TheatresKY
[TV-PG]
A look at the business of drive-ins in Kentucky towns. Produced by George Maranville with support from the KET Fund for Independent Productions.
 

2:00

KET
Indiana Steps Ahead: The Child Care Collection
#105 "Painting a Positive Picture: Proactive Behavior Management"
How to help children learn to manage their behavior in an encouraging, nurturing, and positive way.
KET2
NovaHigh Definition
#4012 "Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Strange Creatures" [TV-PG]
Australia's many unusual creatures, like the kangaroo and the cassowary, tell a tale of isolation, change, and resilience. Australia's long history has seen mountains rise and fall, seas come and go, and whole kingdoms of life triumph and disappear. [High-Definition]
 

2:02

KETKY
Common Ground and Cleaner WaterClosed CaptionedKYWatch Online!
Explores the impact of non-point-source pollution on Kentucky's waterways, with a focus on damage created by agricultural, recreational, and everyday household activities. A 2006 KET production. Watch Online
 

2:30

KET
Indiana Steps Ahead: The Child Care Collection
#114 "Daily Dilemmas: Coping with Challenges"
Waiting in line, toileting, and transition times all can add up to daily dilemmas. But specific techniques can help ease these challenges for both the children and the child care provider.
 

3:00

KET
ThoroughbredKYHigh Definition
[TV-G]
A fascinating look at the world of thoroughbred horses through the eyes of the people who breed, race, sell, and love them. A 2010 KET production, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Wagner. [High-Definition]
KET2
Secrets of the DeadHigh Definition
#1202 "Bugging Hitler's Soldiers" [TV-PG]
The story of the bugging operation by MI19 that recorded confessions by 4,000 German POW's who revealed their thoughts about the Third Reich and let slip military secrets is told. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Civil War and Reconstruction in the Border StatesKYHigh Definition
In celebration of the inauguration of R. Owen Williams, Transylvania University's twenty-fifth president, four nationally recognized speakers and former colleagues of President Williams take part in a symposium about the Civil War and Reconstruction. Presentations by David W. Blight, professor of American History, Yale University; Annette Gordon-Reed, professor of law and history, Harvard University; and John McCardell Jr., vice-chancellor and president, The University of the South. Jed Shugerman, assistant professor of law, Harvard University moderates. [High-Definition]
 

4:00

KET2
Dust BowlHigh Definition
#102 "Reaping The Whirlwind" [TV-PG]
Families of the plains seek new lives in California and government conservation efforts - and a break in the drought in 1939 - eventually stabilize the soil and bring the farms back to life, but with dangers of another Dust Bowl facing future generations. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Farming in the Black PatchKY
The story of a family farm in Murray, Kentucky that for generations has grown dark-fired tobacco, only common to Western Kentucky and Tennessee. The process of producing dark-fired tobacco from start to finish is explored. A Michael Breeding MEDIA production.
 

4:30

KET
Beyond the Stone Fences: Horse Farms of the BluegrassKYHigh Definition
Explore the history and traditions of some of the area's fabled horse farms including Calumet, Three Chimneys, and Donamire. [High-Definition]
 

5:00

KET
Sit and Be FitHigh Definition
#1304 "Strong Back Strong Core" [TV-G]
[High-Definition]
KETKY
Great ConversationsHigh Definition
#201 "Dr. Harold Varmus & Governor Howard Dean" [TV-G]
Dr. Harold Varmus, president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and author of The Art and Politics of Science, discusses his book with the former Vermont Governor. [High-Definition]
 

5:30

KET
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde TechniqueHigh Definition
#919 "Weight Loss: Full Body Toning" [TV-G]
[High-Definition]
 

6:00

KET
Wai Lana YogaClosed Captioned
#517 "The Thigh Bone's Connected to the Hip Bone" [TV-G]
KET2
Clifford the Big Red DogHigh Definition
#136 "Two's Company/Fair-Weather Friends" [TV-Y]
All of the dogs are excited that their old friend K.C. is visiting for a few days, but Cleo gets so carried away that she completely ignores Clifford and T-Bone. When bad weather threatens the annual Back-to-School Barbecue at Jetta's house, the dogs set out to see whether they can stop the rain from falling. [High-Definition]
KETKY
Headwaters: Real Stories from Rural AmericaClosed CaptionedKY
#209 "Stranger with a Camera" [TV-G]
In 1967, Canadian filmmaker Hugh O'Connor visited the mountains of central Appalachia to document poverty. A local landlord who resented the presence of filmmakers on his property shot and killed O'Connor, in part because of his anger over the media images of Appalachia that had become icons in the nation's War on Poverty. Filmmaker Elizabeth Barret, a native of Appalachia, uses O'Connor's death as a lens to explore the complex relationship between those who make films to promote social change and the people whose lives are represented in such media productions.