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- BBC World News America
- #17148 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #415 "Ruff Needs His Herring Checked" [TV-Y]
- Ruff has finally lost it! He's hearing a voice that no one else can hear. Even stranger, the voice is telling him to bake cookies to woo Charlene, the poodle next door. Ruff's sanity is at stake as he sends Isaac and Liza to meet with an audiologist to find out everything they can about hearing. And just in case the voice is right about the cookies, he sends Sterling and Brian to a cookie company! [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2023 "Foreign Policy"
- Bill and his guests discuss foreign policy. Scheduled guests: Robert Farley, professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Christopher Leskiw, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands; Lori Hartmann-Mahmud, professor and chair of international studies at Centre College; and Michael Cairo, political science professor and international affairs program director at Transylvania University. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32125 [TV-RE]
- #121 "Less Than Zero" [TV-Y]
- The Leaders of Cyberspace gather to talk about what to do about Hacker, who turns the tables on them by hiding them within the building. The kids discover that the only way to move between floors is to scale the building's outside walls, so they turn the building into a giant ruler to keep track of the floors. To deal with the floors below ground, they have to tap into the power of negative numbers. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10637 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #713 "European Travel Skills, Part II" [TV-G]
- Practical advice on how to have a fun, affordable, and culturally broadening trip to Europe is shared. Rick covers tips on planning an itinerary, hurdling the language barrier, driving and catching the train, avoiding scams, eating well, and more. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #104 "Hand Carved" [TV-G]
- Chester Cornett made chairs for Presidents and his work is displayed in museums across the country. In this film, Chester fells a tree on the site of his family's homeplace on the top of Pine Mountain in southeastern Kentucky and transports it back to his small apartment and workshop in inner-city Cincinnati. He uses simple hand tools to chop, whittle, and carve the wood into an exquisite, eight-legged, "two-in-one" rocker.
- Sen. Rand Paul: One to One with Bill Goodman
- In Washington D.C., Bill talks with Kentucky's junior U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R) about the issues topping his priority list and how they will impact the nation and Kentucky. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1408 "Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition" [TV-G]
- Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition, led by the son of Reno and Smiley's Don Reno, bring the brilliance gleaned from years of playing bluegrass to the 2008 Renfro Valley Bluegrass Music Festival. A 2009 KET Production.
- Carole King: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize In Performance at the White House
- #1902 [TV-PG]
- President Obama, Billy Joel, James Taylor, and more celebrate songwriter Carole King, whose career has crossed six decades. [High-Definition]
- The Wonder Team
- Documentary about the Centre College football team (circa 1917) that became one of the most dominant programs in all of college football. Their rise to power culminated in the defeat of the mighty Harvard University in 1921, a game many experts agree is one of the greatest upsets in the history of college sports.
- Constitution USA with Peter Sagal
- #104 "Built to Last?" [TV-PG]
- Peter Sagal travels to Iceland, where after the country's economic collapse, leaders decided to create a new constitution, looking to the U.S. Constitution for inspiration. He considers why our own founding document has lasted more than 225 years. [High-Definition]
- Secrets of Highclere Castle
- It may be more famous now than any time in its 1,300-year history as the setting of Downton Abbey, but England's Highclere Castle has its own stories to tell. See how all the inhabitants of Highclere lived and find out how the current inhabitants spend $1 million in annual upkeep funds. [High-Definition]
- Wendell Ford: From Yellow Creek to the Potomac
- A personal retrospective of the career of Kentucky's most prominent political leader in the last quarter of the 20th century. This 1999 KET production explores not only Ford's career as a state senator, lieutenant governor, governor, and U.S. senator, but also the state of politics in the late 20th century.
- #3110 "Outlawed In Pakistan" [TV-RE]
- A teenager makes her way through Pakistan's broken justice system after accusing four men of rape. The film profiles her courage in a society where rape victims and their families are often considered dishonorable and subjected to humiliation, poverty, and mortal danger. [High-Definition]
- Telling Amy's Story
- This program follows the timeline of a domestic violence homicide that occurred in central Pennsylvania on November 8, 2001. Hosted by actress Mariska Hargitay. [High-Definition]
- Harriet Van Meter: A Life Extraordinary
- From her basement in Lexington, Harriet Van Meter started the International Book Project to collect and distribute books to war-torn and impoverished regions around the world, hoping to help bring some measure of peace, understanding, and stability to these areas. To date, the IBP has distributed more than five million books, and Van Meter was a finalist for the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize. Produced by Arthur Rouse and Kiley Lane with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- The Remarkable Clarks
- Captain William Clark of Lewis and Clark was the younger brother of Louisville founder George Rogers Clark. As part of the bicentennial celebration of the Lewis and Clark expedition, this docudrama looks back over the lives of the two brothers and their sister, Lucy Clark Croghan. Staged at the Croghan home, Locust Grove in Louisville, it was written and performed by Mandy Dick, Mel Hankla, and Bob Pilkington. A 2002 KET production. Watch Online
- BBC World News
- #23148 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19112 [TV-RE]
- The Haunting Tradition
- Retells tales of the supernatural—hauntings, strange noises, and apparitions—passed on through generations of Western Kentucky storytellers. A 1993 KET production. Watch Online
- Kentucky Life
- #802 "Sunflower Sundries/Kentucky Dam Village/Pine Mountain Trail" [TV-G]
- The Gleason family's homemade soap, mustard, jams, jellies, and other products from their Robertson County farm; a visit to a popular state park on Kentucky Lake; and volunteers building a trail on Pine Mountain. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #129 "Problem Solving" [TV-G]
- A process for solving basic math and word problems, either single- or multi-step.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2912 [TV-RE]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #502 "A Grand Night for Singing"
- Singers and musicians from the University of Kentucky and the community pay tribute to Broadway by performing Tony Award-winning tunes. Sponsored by the UK College of Fine Arts School of Music/Opera Theatre. A 2001 KET production. Watch Online