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- BBC World News America
- #17144 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #413 "Is It a Bird? Is It a Plane? It's... Ruffman Man!" [TV-Y]
- Ruff's nephew Glen has learned that a mysterious villain, Gamma Ray Person, is trying to harness the electromagnetic spectrum for evil. He forces Ruff into a mask and tights to become television's newest superhero... Ruffman Man! [High-Definition]
- The Keeneland Legacy
- "A Thoroughbred Tradition"
- Traces the history of the Lexington-based thoroughbred racecourse and sales company, from its inception as Jack Keene's impossible dream to the reality of its current status as successful international icon for the industry. A Michael Breeding Media production.
- Nightly Business Report
- #32123 [TV-RE]
- #213 "A Time to Cook" [TV-Y]
- First prize in the Fearless Chef cooking contest is the Magnetic Magnotube—the last piece Hacker needs for a machine that will disable Motherboard forever. So he decides to ensure his own victory by kidnapping his competition. Digit takes Hacker on in the kitchen while the Cybersquad sets out to rescue the real Fearless Chef. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10635 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #102 "Newcomb College Pottery/Martin Guitar/Rare Marbles"
- Expert appraisers examine treasures including pottery from Newcomb College, a 1946 Martin Guitar, and some of the rarest marbles in the world. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- The Appalachians
- #103 [TV-G]
- As the 20th century begins, the phonograph and the radio expose the mountain people to new influences and take mountain music across America. But times are hard, and Appalachia falls into an economic depression even before the rest of the country. President Roosevelt's New Deal brings electricity, WPA and CCC jobs, and new infrastructure, and FDR becomes a hero in Appalachia. Then World War II begins taking many young people away from the mountains, and postwar mechanization replaces coal miners and sends more people to Northern cities in search of jobs. For those who try to stay home, it becomes harder to hold onto land as state and federal governments claim property for dams and family farmsteads are flooded. The 1960s War on Poverty again sends federal aid into Appalachia, but television and magazines show painful images of hunger and poverty, reinforcing the stereotype of the poor hillbilly.
- Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
- #948 "Investing Globally" [TV-RE]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #3930 "May 24, 2013"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Jack Brammer, political writer, Lexington Herald-Leader; Jacqueline Pitts, reporter and producer, Pure Politics on cn/2; and Laura Ungar, health reporter, Louisville Courier-Journal. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Doc Martin
- #304 "Movement" [TV-PG]
- In a life-changing decision, Bert Large abandons his plumbing business to open his own restaurant. The opening of Large's restaurant is far from a success, when Doc Martin, who has a phobia about blood, finds a spot of blood on his plate. To make matters worse for Bert, the following day, the doctor's office is inundated with patients with symptoms of food poisoning, and all claiming to have eaten at his restaurant. [High-Definition]
- Burgoo! Legendary Stew of the South
- Explores the Kentucky origins and modern chefs of this unique concoction.
- The McLaughlin Group
- #3122 [TV-RE]
- Washington Week
- #5247 [TV-RE]
- Movie Classics
- #1047 "Rain Man" [TV-PG]
- A wheeler-dealer meets his brother, an institutionalized autistic-savant and heir to $3 million. Dustin Hoffman, Tom Cruise, and Valeria Golino star. (1988)
- The Flavor of Kentucky
- A look at traditional foods and food customs in Kentucky. A 1996 KET production. Watch Online
- Need To Know
- #321 [TV-RE]
- Sweet Tooth
- A profile of Dr. Ed Smith, a dentist who travels in his van around Eastern Kentucky helping battle "Mountain Dew Mouth" and other dental maladies. Produced by Nell Cox.
- Live from Lincoln Center
- #3806 "Audra McDonald In Concert: Go Back Home" [TV-G]
- Host Audra McDonald sings personal favorites and selections from her new album, Go Back Home. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #103 "Coalmining Women/In Ya Blood" [TV-G]
- Interviewed at home and on the job, women coal miners tell of the conditions that led them to seek employment in this traditionally male-dominated industry and the problems they encountered once hired. And, the story of a typical young man from Appalachia in the summer after his senior year in high school. He must face the difficult decision faced by many Appalachian youth - whether to stay in the mountains or leave in search of a "better life."
- BBC World News
- #23144 [TV-RE]
- #1311 "Berline-Crary-Hickman" [TV-G]
- Individually and as a trio, Byron Berline, Dan Crary, and John Hickman have brought innovation and new creative energy to the traditions of bluegrass and country music, recording with numerous legendary artists and performing around the world. A KET production recorded at the 2007 River of Music Party in Owensboro.
- Kentucky Life
- #1519 "Championship Golf Course/Cloverport/HB Stanley Concrete/Roundstone Native Seed" [TV-G]
- A championship caliber golf course on re-claimed coal mine land in Prestonsburg; the river town of Cloverport is this week's Our Town; it's a Dave Does It Challenge as Dave works with HB Stanley Concrete in Beaver Dam; and Roundstone Native Seed in Upton produces native Kentucky grasses and wildflowers. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- My Musical Life
- A unique program called Music in the Mountains is discovering and nurturing young composers as they explore their diverse musical styles and passions in a small California town. [High-Definition]
- #910 "Rhonda Vincent & Gene Watson" [TV-G]
- Rhonda Vincent and Gene Watson, two of the greatest voices in country and bluegrass music, perform from their all-duet project, Your Money and My Good Looks.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2910 [TV-RE]
- Reel Visions: Spotlight on Kentucky Filmmakers
- #121 "Films by Dillon Fisher, Candace Hughes, Olivia Sizemore, Cory Coots, AJ Hamilton, Sarah Kadish, and Natalie Baxter"
- Features films created by the Appalachian Media Institute (AMI), a media training program for central Appalachian youth. Films include Missing Generation, about children being raised by their grandparents, produced by Dillon Fisher, Candace Hughes, and Olivia Sizemore; Up in Coots Hollow, about a family who has shared the same plot of land for generations, produced by Cory Coots, AJ Hamilton, and Sarah Kadish; and Carrie Jean Wells, a biopic of the fiddle player and Eastern Kentucky native, produced by Natalie Baxter, an established Eastern Kentucky filmmaker and mentor in the AMI project. [High-Definition] Watch Online