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- BBC World News America
- #17183 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #508 "How Much Frosting Can You Bear?" [TV-Y]
- Ruff sends Rubye and Jay to engineer a bear-proof picnic basket. Shreya, Emmie, Marc, Marco compete in a wedding cake bake-off. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2028 "Future of Coal and Energy"
- Bill and his guests discuss the future of coal and energy. Scheduled guests: Bill Bissett, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Elizabeth Crowe, executive director of the Kentucky Environmental Foundation; Paul Thompson, chief operating officer of LG&E and KU Energy; and Stephen Sanders, director of the Appalachian Citizens' Law Center. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32150 [TV-RE]
- #605 "Step by Step" [TV-Y]
- Hacker has inflicted a new virus on Motherboard, and the elusive Dr. Marbles returns—in the company of the ghostly pirate Ivanka—with a possible cure: a powerful cybermineral known as magmalux that's found deep inside a volcano on the cybersite Corsario. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10702 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #504 "Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra" [TV-G]
- Rick visits Europe's tiniest countries. Vatican City, the world's smallest country, comes with the planet's biggest church. The fairy-tale princedom of Monaco lures visitors with its fancy casino and glamorous views. San Marino, Italy's last independent hill town, still looks formidable, as does the castle-guarded principality of Liechtenstein. And tiny Andorra entertains shoppers and hikers alike. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #109 "Harriette Arnow/Ourselves and That Promise" [TV-G]
- In interviews filmed not long before her death, Harriet Simpson Arnow, author of the The Dollmaker, describes the basic biographical details of her life and reveals the difficulties of being a writer, a wife, and a mother. And. three contemporary Kentuckians, James Still, Robert Penn Warren, and Billy Davis, discuss their work and its relationship to the environment in which they live.
- Rep. Hal Rogers: One to One with Bill Goodman
- In Washington, D.C., Bill talks with U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers (R-5th) about the issues topping his priority list and how they will impact the nation and Kentucky. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1705 "Steep Canyon Rangers/Sleepy Man Banjo Boys"
- North Carolina bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers and the young picking stars Sleepy Man Banjo Boys perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Extraordinary Women
- #105 "Martha Gellhorn" [TV-G]
- Martha Gellhorn became a war correspondent almost by accident when her lover, Ernest Hemingway, urged her to file a report from Madrid during the Spanish Civil War. [High-Definition]
- Lexington in the 40s: Swingin' in the Bluegrass
- Central Kentuckians recall the big band music scene in the Bluegrass during the World War II era, when Lexingtonians danced in clubs like Joyland, the Green Dome, and the Cotton Club and in the ballrooms of the Phoenix and Lafayette hotels. Archival photographs and film footage, some not seen since the 1940s, illustrate the memories of those places and times.
- Statue of Liberty
- This 1985 Ken Burns film chronicles the creation and history of the Statue of Liberty—its conception, its complicated and often controversial construction, and its final dedication. Interviews with a wide range of Americans explore the meaning of the statue. David McCullough narrates. [High-Definition]
- Call The Midwife
- #203 [TV-14]
- Jenny becomes increasingly uneasy when she finds herself working under an intimidating surgeon. The nuns and midwives meet a forthright pair of identical twins, one of whom is pregnant. [High-Definition]
- Louisville: 30 Years of Change
- A documentary portrait of Louisville in the 1940s through the 1960s—decades that brought change through a powerful mix of war, race, and music. Old photographs and vintage film reveal a lost world that continues to shape and inspire our time. A 2002 KET production based on newly restored documentaries shot in the 1970s by local filmmaker Al Shands.
- #2915 "Wikisecrets" [TV-PG]
- It's the biggest intelligence breach in U.S. history — the leaking of more than half-a-million classified documents on the Wikileaks website. Behind it all, stand two very different men: Julian Assange, the Internet activist and hacker who published the documents, and an Army intelligence analyst named Bradley E. Manning, who's currently charged with handing them over. Through in-depth interviews with Manning's father, Assange, and others close to the case, veteran correspondent Martin Smith tells the full story behind the leaks. [High-Definition]
- Faces of America
- #103 "Making America" [TV-PG]
- The story of the peopling of the New World, how land came to define the settling and identity of America. Also, how Meryl Streep's eighth great-grandfather fought in Metacom's War; records of a land dispute in Spain forced Eva Longoria Parker's ancestors to leave for the New World in 1603; and Yo-Yo Ma's Chinese genealogy, which gives insights into the identity that Ma has longed for his whole life. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23183 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19137 [TV-RE]
- Tom Owen's Louisville
- #104 "Life in the Old Neighborhood"
- Tom Owen takes viewers back in time to just after World War II when front porches, corner grocery stores and taverns, sidewalks filled with residents and visitors, the neighborhood picture show, and others conveyed a sense of community.
- Kentucky Life
- #901 "Dog Agility Training/Elvis Impersonator" [TV-G]
- Host Dave Shuffett and his dog, Sadie, meet a champion dog from Louisville and see a canine agility competition at the Kentucky Horse Park. Eddie Miles, considered one of the 10 best Elvis impersonators (out of 35,000), explains how and why he became an Elvis "tribute artist." And nature scenes from the Daniel Boone National Forest's southern region track wildflowers through the seasons. A 2003 KET production. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #139 "Special Topics in Algebra and Geometry" [TV-G]
- Explores patterns in math and in the real world and shows how mathematical relationships can be plotted on the coordinate plane.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2937 [TV-RE]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #603 "Salute to American Music"
- A musical journey through American history, beginning with brass band music of the mid-1800s as performed by Saxton's Cornet Band. Pianist Ray Johnson of Louisville follows with a salute to America's music, jazz, paying special homage to Duke Ellington. The Juggernaut Jug Band winds up the evening with an eclectic mix of rousing tunes from the 1930s to contemporary times. A 2003 KET production.