- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1635 [TV-RE]
- Call The Midwife
- #206 [TV-14]
- Dr. Turner is determined that Poplar will no longer live under the threat of tuberculosis. While the nuns and nurses support his campaign to bring screening facilities to the area, Jenny's nursing rounds lead her to a family that has suffered from the disease. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #104 "Coal Black Voices"
- The Affrilachian Poets, an ensemble of African-American and minority writers from Appalachia and the South, challenge the notions of an all-white region and culture and celebrate their African heritage and rural roots. Their work gives voice to the pleasures and power of family, land, good food, artistic community, music, and transformation. Watch Online
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- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #815 "Craig Whitney"
- Author Craig Whitney discusses his book, Living with Guns: A Liberal's Case for the Second Amendment. Whitney, who retired from the New York Times after a 45-year career as an editor and foreign correspondent, writes about America's love of guns and the Second Amendment. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- European Journal
- #3118 "Unwelcome Species Invading Europe" [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4313 "Mr. Selfridge, Part 6" [TV-PG]
- Two dead relatives show up at a store seance prompted by Sherlock Holmes creator Arthur Conan Doyle. Agnes moves to fashion and develops a closer relationship with Henri. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2829 "May 2, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky's Natural Heritage
- #104 "Murphy's Pond"
- Murphy's Pond is 175 acres of bald cypress swamp and a haven for rare plants and animals. Murphy's is reputed to be the home of the world's largest concentration of cottonmouth snakes (also known as water mocassins). Watch Online
- Scully/The World Show
- #1602 [TV-G]
- Living by Words
- Kentucky writers Bobbie Ann Mason, Wendell Berry, Ed McClanahan, Gurney Norman, and James Baker Hall read from their works and talk about their long-time friendships, their creative writing teachers at the University of Kentucky, and their relationships with Kentucky. The joint reading featured in the program was recorded at UK's Singletary Center for the Arts on October 18, 2001. A 2002 KET production.
- Theater Talk
- #619 "A New Take On Cinderella" [TV-G]
- A discussion about the Broadway musical, Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella with two of its stars.
- The Bletchley Circle
- #103 [TV-14]
- Susan tells the other women that she came face to face with the killer - and he let her go. Following the death of a former spy who had been helpful in identifying the perpetrator, the women consider whether to continue their pursuit. [High-Definition]
- How Hollywood Does It
- #105 "Mise-en-scene"
- Mise-en-scene, looks at how filmmakers make decisions about what is put before the camera. Mise-en-scene includes costumes, props, set design, positioning of actors, and other elements. [High-Definition]
- The Flintlock Disaster
- Tom Brokaw narrates this World War II story about the fateful flight taken by Marine squadron VMF-422 on January 25th, 1944, resulting in the loss of 23 aircraft and the death of 6 pilots. [High-Definition]
- Great Performances
- #3802 "Paul Taylor Dance Company In Paris" [TV-PG]
- Dance pioneer Paul Taylor's enduring masterworks Brandenburgs, set to the music of Bach, and Beloved Renegade, set to the music of Francis Poulenc, are performed. [High-Definition]
- Louis Brandeis: The People's Attorney
- Chronicles Louisville native Louis Brandeis' years as a private attorney in turn-of-the-century Boston and his contested appointment to the Supreme Court in 1916.
- Pacific Heartbeat
- #201 "Na Lani 'Eha From 'Iolani Palace: The Music of Hawaiian Royalty" [TV-G]
- 'Iolani Palace's executive director and curator provide a historical background of the royal palace and the musicians explain the cultural significance of the royal repertoire. [High-Definition]
- Broadway Or Bust
- #101 "The Casting Call" [TV-PG]
- Talented high school students participate for one week in the National High School Musical Theater Awards competition. Cameras follow these young performers, the best in the country, to New York, where they meet their colleagues face-to-face. [High-Definition]
- The Kentucky Theatre
- An affectionate look at the history of Lexington's downtown movie house, the Kentucky Theatre, by filmmakers Eren McGinnis and Ari Palos (Beyond the Border). From its opening in 1922 to the present, the Kentucky has been a vital part of downtown Lexington. Its story is warmly told by historians, patrons, manager Fred Mills, and others. Supported in part by the KET Fund for Independent Production. Watch Online
- Rovers, Wrestlers, and Stars: The Quonset Auditorium
- Chronicles the life of Quonset Auditorium in Bowling Green, Kentucky, which served local legends and national stars in the post-WW II entertainment boom. Through oral histories, the film provides a glimpse into the lives of diverse entertainers, ranging from country, R&B and gospel musicians to professional wrestlers whose paths intersected during a time when segregation was being challenged. [High-Definition]
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #131 "Fracciones" [TV-G]
- Que representan las fracciones, como juzgar los tama?os relativos de las diferentes fracciones, y como hacer calculos y resolver problemas diarios que involucren fracciones.
- Broadway Or Bust
- #102 "Boot Camp" [TV-PG]
- The students launch headlong into the fire of rehearsals and coaching sessions. Fighting fatigue, the eager performers quickly see what a learn-by-immersion experience is all about - and get an eye-opening look at what life is like on Broadway. [High-Definition]
- John Morgan's Portraits of Kentucky
- John Morgan, producer of popular Kentucky programs, talks about his work. The themes of his films include the land, the people, and the traditions of Kentucky. Gurney Norman hosts. A 1995 KET production.
- Journeys In India
- #113 "Old and New Delhi, A City of Contrasts" [TV-G]
- Journey through the capital of India and visit the tomb of Humayun and the National Gandhi Museum. [High-Definition]
- kNOwMORE Nonprofits
- Riding for Hope, the Kentucky Equine Humane Center in Jessamine County, the Paris Animal Welfare Society, Winchester's A Time to Live, and Making a Difference Now in Lexington are featured.
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #519 "Special: Pregnancy (Part 2)" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #202 "Fan Mail/Hooray for Cleo" [TV-Y]
- Emily Elizabeth writes a letter to her favorite music star and—with Mr. Bleakman's help—discovers that wishes really can come true. By withholding information, Cleo leaves her friends with the mistaken impression that she's a beach-ball-playing star. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #409 "David Cozart"