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- BBC World News America
- #17190 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #509 "The Legend of Ruffman's Gold" [TV-Y]
- Ruff's ancestor Gus Ruffman is believed to have hidden gold in an abandoned mine somewhere in Colorado. He sends Marc, Jay, and Rubye find the mine, and most importantly, find the gold! [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2029 "Immigration"
- Bill and his guests discuss immigration. Scheduled guests: Kate Miller, program director with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Jessamine County Attorney Brian Goettl; Nima Kulkarni, an international business and immigration lawyer in Louisville; and Luis Pozzolo, director of ALIST, America for Lawful Immigration Solutions Today. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32155 [TV-RE]
- #409 "A Broom of One's Own" [TV-Y]
- When Wicked puts a CyberSquad Seal of Approval on her new "Wickedy Brooms," it's up to Matt, Jackie, Inez, and Digit to make sure that the brooms are as good as she claims. The brooms pass the test—but Wicked doesn't, and the kids must race to Control Central to foil her scheme to take over Hacker's turf. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10707 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #505 "Great Swiss Cities: Luzern, Bern, Zurich and Lausanne" [TV-G]
- While exploring an often overlooked side of Switzerland, Rick gets some exercise, from ringing a very big bell to doing a little river rafting—without the raft. He also enjoys a variety of eye-opening art, from Chagall and Klee to pieces created by inmates of an asylum, and ponders a few Swiss innovations, including hush-hush underground arsenals. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #110 "Sourwood Mountain Dulcimers/John Jacob Niles" [TV-G]
- I.D. Stamper, a master dulcimer builder and player from Letcher County, Ky., and John McCutcheon, a young musician, play together, swap tunes, discuss musical traditions, and demonstrate the difference between hammered and mountain-style dulcimer. And, a portrait of John Jacob Niles, the adding machine repairman who came to eastern Kentucky in 1909 and became a much-noted "arranger, expander, collector, recorder, and performer" of traditional Appalachian ballads. The film shows Niles in concert, at home, at work arranging his music, and explaining the historical place of balladry in American music.
- Rep. Andy Barr: One to One with Bill Goodman
- In Washington, D.C., Bill talks with U.S. Rep. Andy Barr (R-6th) about the issues topping his priority list and how they will impact the nation and Kentucky. A 2013 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1706 "Della Mae/Dale Ann Bradley/Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands"
- Boston-based alt-grassers Della Mae, five-time IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Dale Ann Bradley, and folk-bluegrass group Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Extraordinary Women
- #106 "Josephine Baker" [TV-G]
- The flamboyant jazz entertainer and dancer who dazzled audiences from Harlem to Paris is profiled. Josephine Baker was born into poverty in America's midwest. By the end of the 1920s, she was making more money than any other entertainer in Europe. [High-Definition]
- Two Brothers
- Joe Edwards grew up in Harlan, Kentucky, and went to war as a young man. When he returned, he was a very different person. Wracked with overwhelming depression, anxiety and anger, Joe tried to make a new life for himself and his family. His brother, Jason, narrates the difficult journey through Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and toward wellness.
- Kentucky Life
- #809 "Simple Pleasures, Hidden Treasures" [TV-G]
- In a two-hour special, host Dave Shuffett finds all kinds of uniquely Kentucky delights, including an Appalachian chef, a rodeo team, a jeweler inspired by nature, and some long-timers—a couple still keeping house after 72 years of marriage and a family that has been farming the same land for 150 years. He visits a coal camp, a country music store, the Corvette Museum, the Kirchoff Bakery, the Mother of God Catholic Church, and the Louisville Zoo and goes to beloved landmarks like Cumberland Falls, the Land Between the Lakes, and the Red River Gorge, as well as lesser-known jewels such as the Goddard Covered Bridge and the Parkette Drive-In. A 2002 KET production. Watch Online
- Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery
- #101 [TV-PG]
- On May 14, 1804, Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery headed up the Missouri to explore the unknown territory just purchased by the United States from France. In addition to geographic and scientific exploration, they sought a water route to the Pacific. [High-Definition]
- Call The Midwife
- #204 [TV-14]
- Jenny needs all her midwifery skill when she assists at the birth of a baby born with spina bifida. Nonnatus House plays host to an acquaintance of Chummy's - an eccentric cleric who befriends Jane. [High-Definition]
- Faces of America
- #104 "Know Thyself" [TV-PG]
- Combining the documented stories of some of the guests' last known ancestors with DNA evidence, the program travels backward through time to reveal both distant relatives and surprising shared ancestral connections. Featured guests include: Elizabeth Alexander, Meryl Streep, Mike Nichols, Yo-Yo Ma and Eva Longoria. [High-Definition]
- Let's Paint The Town, Twin Cities!
- Not unlike thousands of small rural communities across America, the Twin Cities of Fulton, Kentucky, and South Fulton, Tennessee, have suffered a slow and painful economic decline. This is a story of a community who believed in themselves and their ability to make a difference. [High-Definition]
- Examines the aftermath of an Eastern Kentucky environmental disaster: the massive October 2000 coal slurry spill in Martin County. Approximately 300 million gallons of coal waste broke through underground mine workings and entered the Big Sandy River, killing all aquatic life in more than 30 miles of river and damaging municipal water systems.
- BBC World News
- #23190 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19142 [TV-RE]
- Mission Appalachia: The Story of Red Bird
- The Red Bird Mission has been described as one of the most comprehensive mission sites in the world.Â Nearly 3,000 volunteers journey to Appalachia from all across the United States to bring relief and support to fellow Americans. This documentary follows very personal stories of hope and resilience of the mountain people who refer to it simply, and affectionately, as "Red Bird." [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #905 "Stephanie Townsend/Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery/Kinniconick Creek" [TV-G]
- Bowling Green artist Stephanie Townsend; the Hardin County home of Emma Reno Connor, now transformed into a museum chronicling the lives of prominent African Americans; and scenic Kinniconick Creek in Lewis County, known to fishermen for its native muskie population. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #117 "Themes in U.S. History" [TV-G]
- Explores key events and themes—such as the nation's multicultural nature—that have made the United States what it is today.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2942 [TV-RE]
- Heart of the Hills—The Story of Mountain Music
- Explores the indigenous music of Kentucky's mountains through interviews and recordings featuring Ricky Skaggs, Loretta Lynn, J.D. Crowe, Grandpa Jones, Bill Monroe, Dwight Yoakam, Keith Whitley, Wynonna, and Dr. Ralph Stanley. Produced by Michael White with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.