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- Wild Kratts
- #129 "Seasquatch" [TV-Y]
- The Kratt brothers' sub loses power while they are exploring the strange landscape of the ocean depths and they are trapped on the ocean floor of the deep sea. [High-Definition]
- Connections with Renee Shaw
- #831 "Beth Dotson Brown"
- Renee speaks with Beth Dotson Brown, an award winning freelance writer and editor who lives in Lancaster, Kentucky. She is the author of Yes! I Am Catholic and contributor to A Cup of Comfort for Breast Cancer Survivors. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Leadership Landscape
- #202 "Jim Host"
- A discussion with Jim Host, former Kentucky Commerce Secretary and founder of Host Communications.
- The Electric Company
- #302 "Wordball Games" [TV-Y]
- Hector sprains his ankle and can't compete in the Wordball Games, the neighborhood Olympics. [High-Definition]
- 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
- Kentucky Life
- #1403 "Sorghum Farm/Angela Bartley/Greenhouse Poetry" [TV-G]
- A Menifee County family whose passion for making sorghum has spanned generations; multi-talented performer Angela Bartley, a bugler for the Kentucky Derby Museum who is also an aviation and Latin dance instructor and a Chautauqua performer; and slam poetry in Bowling Green. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- BBC World News America
- #17137 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #412 "Ruff Bounces Back" [TV-Y]
- Ruff sends Talia and Isaac to determine which dog breed is the most intelligent. Sterling and Brian learn about wheelchair basketball. [High-Definition]
- The Story of McConnell Springs
- Explores the complex geological and hydrological nature of McConnell Springs, the spot where Lexington was founded. In June 1775, a party of explorers was camped there when they learned of the first victory by Americans in the Revolution. They promptly named their camp in honor of Lexington, MA. Today, McConnell Springs is a city park that offers passive recreation amid natural beauty. A production of Michael Breeding MEDIA.
- Nightly Business Report
- #32118 [TV-RE]
- #123 "Fortress of Attitude" [TV-Y]
- In an attempt to force cybersites to surrender to him, Hacker starts broadcasting his loud and obnoxious voice from a massive statue of himself. The kids and Digit head for the Northern Frontier to try to silence the statue, using their skills at measuring length to make their way up through its booby-trapped interior and find the mouth controls. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Highway 31W
- Documents the 200-year history of the road that, long before the interstates, was the connecting link between Louisville and Nashville.
- PBS NewsHour
- #10630 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #101 "Babe Ruth Baseball/Harpers Ferry Pistol/Snuff Bottles"
- Expert appraisers examine treasures including an autographed Babe Ruth baseball, a Harpers Ferry pistol, and an amazing snuff bottle collection. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- The Appalachians
- #102 [TV-G]
- In the 1830s, the growing nation sets its sights on land still owned by Indians, and President Andrew Jackson orders the removal of the Cherokee to Oklahoma. Slavery and other social and economic differences widen the gap between the North and South, and the Appalachian region is caught in between, with many families divided between the Union and the Confederacy. The violence and chaos leave scars on mountain life for years to come. After the Civil War, railroads are built, forests are cut, and outside owners buy up the land. A conflict between two timbering families, the Hatfields and the McCoys, becomes a legendary "blood feud," and outsiders create the damaging stereotype of a stupid, violent hillbilly. Timbering and coal mining bring jobs, but the workers find their lives controlled by the companies. The United Mine Workers' union organizing attempts are resisted by the owners, often with violence, and resentments explode in a series of devastating strikes known as the "great coal wars."
- Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
- #947 "Great Investors: Robert Kleinschmidt" [TV-RE]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #3929 "May 17, 2013"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Kenny Colston, Frankfort bureau chief, Kentucky Public Radio; Bill Estep, Somerset bureau reporter, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Don Wilkins, editorial page editor, Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- 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]
- Time on the River
- Kentucky author Gurney Norman hosts a historical look at the important role the Kentucky River played in the settlement of the state. A 1987 KET production. Watch Online
- The McLaughlin Group
- #3121 [TV-RE]
- Washington Week
- #5246 [TV-RE]
- Movie Classics
- #1025 "Hoosiers" [TV-PG]
- A college basketball coach leaves the Navy in 1951 and becomes coach of an underdog Indiana high-school team. Gene Hackman, Barbara Hershey, and Dennis Hopper star. [High-Definition]
- Shakertown: Into a More Perfect Order
- Explores the beliefs, struggles, and successes of the people who once lived in Kentucky's two Shaker villages at Pleasant Hill and South Union. Produced by Michael Breeding MEDIA with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Need To Know
- #320 [TV-RE]
- Great Performances at the Met
- #706 "Rigoletto" [TV-PG]
- Director Michael Mayer has placed his new production of Verdi's towering tragedy in Las Vegas in 1960. Piotr Beczala is the womanizing Duke, Zeljko Lucic is his tragic sidekick, Rigoletto, and Diana Damrau is Rigoletto's daughter, Gilda. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #102 "Big Lever" [TV-G]
- In 1978 Richard Nixon chose Letcher County, Ky., for his first public appearance since resigning the presidency. Priceless footage of his visit introduces this incisive and sometimes hilarious look at the engines that drive American politics. The film explores the machinations of party politics in this rural and staunchly Republican county.
- Charlie Rose
- #19105 [TV-RE]
- #1310 "Foghorn Stringband" [TV-G]
- Foghorn Stringband's sound hearkens back to the 1950s, when young musicians adapted old-time bluegrass and other traditional music of rural America to the modern age. A KET production recorded at the 2007 River of Music Party in Owensboro.