- GED Connection
- #124 "Earth and Space Science" [TV-G]
- Topics in geology, astronomy, and meteorology, including earthquakes, how the Earth was formed, natural cycles, and the basics of weather and energy.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2959 [TV-RE]
- #1709 "Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper/Jaclyn Sites: Grand Master Fiddle Champion/Kids on Bluegrass"
- Premier fiddler Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, 2012 Grand Master Fiddle Champion Jaclyn (Jacie) Sites, and the youthful performers of Kids on Bluegrass perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Friday, August 2
- Louisville Life
- #707 "Sleep Rock Thy Brain/Barry Wooley Designs/55,000 Degrees/Nuts n Stuff"
- A look at Sleep Rock Thy Brain, a new collaborative production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville; meet lifestyle designer Barry Wooley; Mary Gwen Wheeler, executive director for 55,000 Degrees, talks about the goal of adding 40,000 bachelor's degrees and 15,000 associate's degrees by 2020; and visit Nuts n Stuff, a very unique bulk store in the Louisville area. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #2958 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Life
- #424 "Telefund Special" [TV-G]
- Byron Crawford hosts an expanded edition featuring highlights from the series: country singer/songwriter Tom T. Hall; the Nia Dance Troupe, an African-American dance company in Paducah; Louisville photographer John Nation; Terri Ramsey, Miss Wheelchair USA; and the Blessing of the Hounds at the Iroquois Hunt Club. A 1998 KET production. Watch Online
- Charlie Rose
- #19159 [TV-RE]
- The This Old House Hour
- #1118 [TV-G]
- Correct flashing and water table techniques keep water out of the house while preserving a level grade. Plus, building a storage bench for an entryway, tips for making watertight connections without soldering, and maintaining a perennial garden are highlighted. [High-Definition]
- Doc Martin
- #403 "Perish Together As Fools" [TV-PG]
- Martin is shocked to find Louisa and Aunt Joan knocking at his door before his office has opened. Louisa has had a medical scare and wants Martin's reassurance that everything is fine. P.C. Penhale, still officially the world's worst policeman, has an unexpected visitor - his older brother Sam. Martin notices that Sam has some problems with his memory and co-ordination. It's probably just a virus, but when Martin takes Sam's family history, he decides there is a very small possibility that Sam has a rare genetic disease. It turns out that Martin diagnoses a different illness that will change Penhale's opinion of his brother forever. [High-Definition]
- Ride Along the Lincoln Highway
- Rick Sebak travels across America's first transcontinental highway, checking out the changing landscape along the route from Times Square to San Francisco. [High-Definition]
- Great Leaders: The Black Odyssey of Lyman Johnson
- A biography of Kentucky civil rights pioneer Lyman Johnson, told mostly in his own words. Born in Columbia, TN, into a family not far removed from slavery, Johnson earned bachelor's and master's degrees and then spent 40 years working for the Jefferson County schools. Along the way, he campaigned for equal rights for African-American teachers; was the plaintiff in the lawsuit that opened the University of Kentucky to black students; and worked for such organizations as the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union, the Urban League, and the Louisville chapter of the NAACP. Produced by WKPC/15, Louisville.
- Great Performances at the Met
- #709 "Maria Stuarda" [TV-PG]
- Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato takes on the virtuosic bel canto role of the doomed Mary, Queen of Scots. Director David McVicar turns to the second opera of Donizetti's Tudor trilogy, which explores regal characters at fateful moments of their lives. [High-Definition]
- Great Old Amusement Parks
- Long before the giant theme parks, the United States had numerous more modest parks, including Playland in Rye, NY; Holiday World in Santa Claus, IN; and California's Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. [High-Definition]
- Through The Eyes of Kentucky Governors
- A panel discussion with Kentucky heads of state on their accomplishments and challenges during their administrations. Hosted by KET's Bill Goodman. [High-Definition]
- #2805 "Revealing the Leopard" [TV-PG]
- Leopards are the ultimate cat. They are the most feline, the most intelligent, the most dangerous and, until recently, one of the least understood. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Aviation Pioneer Matthew B. Sellers
- The Carter County native who invented the retractable landing gear for airplanes and made the first powered flight in Kentucky.
- #4004 "Who Killed Lindbergh's Baby?" [TV-14]
- A team of expert investigators employ state-of-the-art forensic and behavioral science techniques in an effort to determine what really happened to Lindbergh's baby and why. [High-Definition]
- Distinguished Kentuckian
- #126 "Lillie Chaffin" [TV-G]
- An interview with Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet Lillie Chaffin. In 1974, she was designated by the state legislature as an associate poet laureate of Kentucky. A 1979 KET production. Watch Online
- Roundabout U
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Jewish Kentucky
- The majority of Jewish Kentuckians immigrated in waves from Germany, Eastern Europe, or by virtue of religious intolerance. This special describes how a family from each of these categories found its way to the Commonwealth.
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #111 "Dive In!" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #133 "Clifford Cleans His Doghouse/Baby Makes Four" [TV-Y]
- When his doggy friends come over to help him get rid of all the "junk" cluttering up his doghouse, Clifford realizes that each item holds a special memory. Can he really part with any of it? Jetta is excited about her new baby brother—until she realizes that his arrival means that she will no longer be the center of attention. [High-Definition]
- Tod Browning: Master of the Macabre
- Best known as the legendary director of the original Dracula starring Bela Lugosi, Louisville native Tod Browning produced and directed many influential silent films that dealt with underworld crime, children's stories, and women's rights. Written and produced by Tom Marksbury with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.