- GED Connection
- #115 "Drama" [TV-G]
- Explores the elements of drama through a play written by an adult learner and goes behind the scenes to see how the written word is translated to the stage.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2904 [TV-RE]
- #1308 "Lonesome River Band" [TV-G]
- The Lonesome River Band brings its multigenerational style of bluegrass, rooted in tradition but infused with a rock 'n' roll edge, to the 2007 River of Music Party in Owensboro. A KET production.
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- Louisville Life
- #718 "Copper Cupcake/Filson Historical Society/Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson/Society of Kentucky Lepidopterists"
- Sample the treats at Copper Cupcake, a small batch bakery in Norton Commons; founded in 1884, The Filson Historical Society collects and preserves Kentucky and Ohio River Valley history; an interview with Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson; and the Society of Kentucky Lepidopterists are credited with identifying more than a thousand moths previously unknown in the state. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #2903 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19104 [TV-RE]
- The This Old House Hour
- #1107 [TV-G]
- Replacing the existing concrete front walk, modifications on the replacement windows, using a shower waterproofing system, and paint prep begins. Also, installing a new kitchen sink and faucet. [High-Definition]
- 2011 Governor's Awards in the Arts
- Gov. Steve Beshear honors Kentuckians for their achievements in the performing and visual arts.
- Doc Martin
- #303 "The Apple Doesn't Fall" [TV-PG]
- Portwenn has a new police officer following the departure of PC Mark Mylow after his doomed marriage. His replacement is PC Joseph Penhale, who appears to have an odd affliction which causes him to fall asleep suddenly at strange times. The doctor discovers that he has narcolepsy brought on by a kick to the head from a horse suffered two years earlier. Village plumber Bert Large is having a midlife crisis. His son Al has left the village on his travels round the world and Bert feels left out in the cold. Doc Martin offers no help. [High-Definition]
- Annie Oakley: American Experience
- The story of a five-foot-tall sharpshooter who pulled herself out of the depths of poverty to become known the world over as a symbol of the Wild West. [High-Definition]
- Arturo Alonzo Sandoval: The Fabric of Art
- A profile of Arturo Sandoval, professor of art at the University of Kentucky and internationally recognized fiber artist. Sandoval, whose works appear in the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in galleries throughout the country, is interviewed in his studio and is seen installing a monumental work at UK's Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington. A 2003 KET production.
- Martin Clunes: The Lemurs of Madagascar
- British actor Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) travels to Madagascar to explore and expose the urgent plight of lemurs. [High-Definition]
- Constitution USA with Peter Sagal
- #102 "It's A Free Country" [TV-PG]
- Peter Sagal explores the history of the Bill of Rights and addresses several stories involving freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and right to privacy. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life on the Road
- #610 "Along Highway 68" [TV-G]
- A special expanded edition features the history, culture, and people found along Highway 68. Driving from Maysville in the northeast to Paducah in the northwest, host Dave Shuffett stops at the Blue Licks and Perryville battlefields, the Shaker village at Pleasant Hill, a neon-lit drive-in restaurant in Paris, a farm where country hams are made, Bowling Green sites connected with native son and cooking entrepreneur Duncan Hines, and more. A 2000 KET production.
- Tea Lands of China
- Two Americans travel to major tea regions in China to learn about different types of Chinese tea. [High-Definition]
- #3013 "Great Zebra Exodus" [TV-PG]
- Over 20,000 zebras begin an ancient journey across the Kalahari's Makgadikgadi Pans in Africa each year. This spectacular migration reveals the trials, triumphs, and the fascinating social bonds that hold zebra families together. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2831 "May 16, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #4002 "Decoding Neanderthals" [TV-PG]
- Geneticists explore what happened when the first humans encountered Neanderthals 60,000 years ago. [High-Definition]
- Distinguished Kentuckian
- #115 "Barry Bingham Sr." [TV-G]
- A profile of Barry Bingham Sr., patriarch of the family that dominated local media in Louisville for several decades. The Binghams owned the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times newspapers as well as WHAS radio and television. A 1975 KET production. Watch Online
- Kentucky's Natural Heritage
- #106 "Mammoth Cave"
- Mammoth Cave, part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky, is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 390 miles explored. Early guide Stephen Bishop called the cave a "grand, gloomy and peculiar place," but its vast chambers and complex labyrinths have earned its name - Mammoth.
- Roundabout U
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- Wai Lana Yoga
- #602 "Shake Your Legs" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #209 "Princess Cleo/Basketball Stories" [TV-Y]
- Cleo learns that she is a princess and starts enjoying all her new privileges, but soon learns that her friends are more important to her than her crown. Charley misses the big exhibition basketball game with Skyscraper Jackson, so Emily, Vaz, and Jetta each write a story about the game so he can relive it through their eyes. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #105 "Ellis Wilson—So Much to Paint"
- Follows the career of Kentucky native Ellis Wilson (1899-1977), an African-American artist whose passion for painting took him from his hometown of Mayfield to a successful career in New York. His work captured the daily lives of African Americans and helped open doors for many younger black artists. This update of a 2000 KET documentary includes a look at Ellis Wilson works discovered since the program's premiere. Watch Online