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- BBC World News America
- #17155 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #416 "Laser/Candid Camera" [TV-Y]
- The sinister, disguise-wearing criminal LePurr has been hitting up flower shops and Ruff is determined to stop her! [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2024 "Counterterrorism Policy"
- Bill and his guests discuss counterterrorism policy. Scheduled guests: Max Wise, political science professor at Campbellsville University and former intelligence analyst for the FBI; John Bickers, law professor at Northern Kentucky University and former Army judge advocate; and Amy Cubbage, Louisville lawyer and former member of the ACLU of Kentucky board of directors. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32130 [TV-RE]
- #704 "Blowin' in the Wind" [TV-Y]
- Hacker pursues a career as a singing idol and goes on tour, leaving behind a book that contains the secret to curing Motherboard's virus. Slider and the CyberSquad are determined to find it...but to do so they must discover how to measure wind speeds in different places so they can compare them. Can the kids find the book before Buzz and Delete, who want to steal Hacker's secret? [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10642 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #714 "European Travel Skills, Part III" [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, and more. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #105 "Buffalo Creek: An Act of God/Buffalo Creek Revisited" [TV-G]
- On February 26, 1972, a coal-waste dam owned by the Pittston Company collapsed at the head of a crowded hollow in southern West Virginia. The disaster left 125 dead and 4,000 homeless. Interviews with survivors, representatives of union and citizen's groups, and officials of the Pittston Company are juxtaposed with actual footage of the flood. Filmed ten years after the Flood, Buffalo Creek Revisited looks at the second disaster, in which the survivors' efforts to rebuild the communities are thwarted by government insensitivity and a century-old pattern of corporate control of the region's land and resources.
- Rep. Ed Whitfield: One to One with Bill Goodman
- In Washington, D.C., Bill talks with U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-1st) about the issues topping his priority list and how they will impact the nation and Kentucky. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1701 "Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press/The Del McCoury Band"
- Bluegrass legends Bobby Osborne and Del McCoury perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Extraordinary Women
- #103 "Wallis Simpson" [TV-G]
- Branded a frivolous socialite, a gold digger, and even a Nazi-sympathizer, Wallis Simpson, a twice-divorced American, became embroiled in a deep constitutional crisis when King Edward VIII gave up the British throne to marry her in 1936. [High-Definition]
- Settlement Schools of Appalachia
- In the late 19th century, college-educated young women of the Bluegrass, influenced by the progressive movement, established several community schools in isolated areas of Eastern Kentucky. This 1995 KET production looks at the early history, growth, and contemporary roles of these Appalachian community institutions.
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4103 "Downton Abbey (Part 3)" [TV-PG]
- Growing into his role as heir, Matthew brings out the bitter rivalry between sisters Mary and Edith. Servants Thomas and O'Brien scheme against Bates, while head housemaid Anna is increasingly attracted to him. Lady Violet's winning streak in the flower show is threatened. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Dame Maggie Smith and Elizabeth McGovern. [High-Definition]
- Ellen DeGeneres: The Mark Twain Prize
- The work of Ellen DeGeneres is celebrated as she receives the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. [High-Definition]
- Jefferson Davis—American President
- #103 "Shattered Hero"
- After Davis is captured, he is imprisoned at Fort Monroe, VA for more than two years, prompting a public outcry over his treatment and the validity of jailing someone not yet accused of any crime. After release from prison, Davis begins what will be a cross-country and international search for meaningful employment so that he may provide a new life for his family.
- Cassius Marcellus Clay: An Audacious American
- A documentary about the great Kentucky emancipationist that follows his bold and fearless journey through the 19th century landscape of bitter politics and duels, palatial homes and beautiful women, slavery, the Civil War, and a diplomatic mission which led to the purchase of Alaska. A Michael Breeding MEDIA production. [High-Definition]
- Currier & Ives: Perspectives on America
- #103 "The Surprise of Currier & Ives" [TV-G]
- Currier & Ives are best known today for their nostalgic and homey portraits of New England. But as the firm grew, they delved into advertising, political cartoons, risqué prints, and the controversial Darktown Comics series. Expert commentators include Chris Lane of Antiques Roadshow fame. [High-Definition]
- Your Turn to Care
- #102 [TV-G]
- This program illustrates the constant burden placed on the caregiver and how it can be overwhelming for the entire family. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23155 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19117 [TV-RE]
- Civil War and Reconstruction in the Border States
- In celebration of the inauguration of R. Owen Williams, Transylvania University's twenty-fifth president, four nationally recognized speakers and former colleagues of President Williams take part in a symposium about the Civil War and Reconstruction. Presentations by David W. Blight, professor of American History, Yale University; Annette Gordon-Reed, professor of law and history, Harvard University; and John McCardell Jr., vice-chancellor and president, The University of the South. Jed Shugerman, assistant professor of law, Harvard University moderates. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #806 "Native American Flutes/Walking Sticks/Watercolors" [TV-G]
- Tsa' Ne' Dos'e (London's Arnold Richardson) carves traditional Iroquois flutes and performs on them. Randy Spencer of Owensboro, an electrical engineer by trade, carves beautiful hiking sticks from sassafras wood. Louisville psychologist Jim Mahanes paints with watercolors. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #131 "Fractions" [TV-G]
- What fractions represent, how to judge the relative sizes of different fractions, calculating with them, and solving everyday fraction problems.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2917 [TV-RE]
- Lovett Live Presents
- #102 "Kaci Bolls"
- Up and coming singer/songwriter Kaci Bolls returns to her hometown of Murray, Ky., to perform on the stage of Murray State University's historic Lovett Auditorium. Back in Nashville, Bolls is in demand as a demo singer for songs that have been cut by artists such as LeAnn Rimes, Carrie Underwood, Julie Roberts, and Sara Evans among others. [High-Definition]