- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1642 [TV-RE]
- North Pole Promise
- The story of two American explorers and their secret legacy left behind at the North Pole 100 years ago. James Earl Jones narrates. [High-Definition]
- James Still's River of Earth
- A portrait of one of Kentucky's most distinguished and honored writers, an Alabama native who lived and worked in Knott County from 1931 until his death in the spring of 2001. Regarded as the dean of Appalachian literature, Still wrote the novel River of Earth as well as short stories, children's books, collections of mountain lore and sayings, and poetry. A 1997 KET production.
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- Rep. Thomas Massie: One to One with Bill Goodman
- In Washington, D.C., Bill talks with U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-4th) about the issues topping his priority list and how they will impact the nation and Kentucky. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Royal Memories: Prince Charles' Tribute to the Queen
- Prince Charles leads a touching tribute to Queen Elizabeth, featuring never-before-seen home movies, archival news reels, and photographs from Her Majesty's private collection of the family during and after the Queen's Coronation in 1952. [High-Definition]
- European Journal
- #3125 "Attacks On British Muslims Grow" [TV-G]
- Crafting Tradition
- Pioneer families made baskets, fishing nets, quilts, brooms, and furniture by hand, from whatever materials were available, because they had to. Today, these same items are mass-produced and readily available, but the hand-made versions persist for very different reasons. This 1993 KET documentary visits members of five Western Kentucky families to discover how they are preserving the tradition of hand-crafting these household items—and why they believe it is important to maintain this link to the past. Watch Online
- Scully/The World Show
- #1609 [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Mystery!
- #4317 "Inspector Lewis, Series VI: The Ramblin' Boy" [TV-14]
- With Hathaway on vacation, Inspector Lewis is assigned a new partner to investigate the discovery of an elderly man's body in a field. Finding that the man had already been embalmed, the inquiry leads to a funeral home and those connected to it. [High-Definition]
- Theater Talk
- #626 "Tony Predictions, 2013" [TV-G]
- Guests make 2013 Tony predictions in this lively discussion.
- Kentucky Derby Festival's 50th Celebration
- Celebrates 50 years of the Commonwealth's largest annual event and one of Louisville's most popular entertainment attractions—the Kentucky Derby Festival. A 2004 KET production.
- How Hollywood Does It
- #112 "Animation"
- Two practical animated tutorials are presented as well as some classical animation from the early 1900s. [High-Definition]
- John D. Rockefeller: American Experience
- For decades, the Rockefeller name was despised in America associated with John D. Rockefeller Sr.'s feared monopoly, Standard Oil. By the end of his life, Rockefeller had given away half his fortune but even his vast philanthropy could not erase the memory of his predatory business practices. [High-Definition]
- Call The Midwife
- #202 [TV-14]
- The Nonnatus community is rocked when the Kelly family's newborn son dies in unexplained circumstances. Cynthia, who had attended the birth, comes under intense scrutiny from the police and others. Chummy decides to pursue her dream and a chance encounter returns Jimmy to Jenny's life. [High-Definition]
- Homestretch: Racehorse Rescue
- The fates of losing racehorses and the lifesaving rehabilitation they can share with prisoners on their way back to society. [High-Definition]
- In Performance at the White House
- #1901 "Memphis Soul" [TV-PG]
- The memorable soul sounds of Al Green, Mavis Staples, Carla Thomas, Otis Redding and many more are featured. The evening pays homage to Memphis, a segregated city in the 1960s where many whites and blacks nonetheless came together to make soulful music, a mix of gospel and potent rhythmic grooves. [High-Definition]
- Farming in the Black Patch
- The story of a family farm in Murray, Kentucky that for generations has grown dark-fired tobacco, only common to Western Kentucky and Tennessee. The process of producing dark-fired tobacco from start to finish is explored. A Michael Breeding MEDIA production.
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #138 "Introduccion al algebra" [TV-G]
- Explores basic algebraic concepts and properties and shows how to write and solve equations.
- Great Performances
- #3508 "Dance in America: NY Export: Opus Jazz" [TV-G]
- A new production of choreographer Jerome Robbins' 1958 "ballet in sneakers," NY Export: Opus Jazz , filmed in the five boroughs of New York City. [High-Definition]
- Common Ground and Cleaner Water
- Explores the impact of non-point-source pollution on Kentucky's waterways, with a focus on damage created by agricultural, recreational, and everyday household activities. A 2006 KET production. Watch Online
- Journeys In India
- #107 "The Land of Rudyard Kipling: Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks" [TV-G]
- Bill steps back into Rudyard Kipling's wild world while exploring Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks, the inspiration for The Jungle Book and many other tales. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #202 "Leg Work" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #111 "Come Back, Mac/Boo!" [TV-Y]
- Mac tears up one of Jetta's favorite sweaters and feels so terrible about what he's done that he runs away. Later, the whole town gets spooked by a scary Halloween movie—even Jetta, who had been bragging about her bravery. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #418 "Terry Mills"
- A discussion with State Representative Terry Mills (D-Lebanon). [High-Definition]