- Workplace Essential Skills
- #116 "Reading for a Purpose" [TV-G]
- Purposes and strategies for workplace reading. Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #2961 [TV-RE]
- Fancy Farm 2013
- Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host a special highlights version of the political event in Graves County, Kentucky, including interviews with elected officials, spectators, and more. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Tuesday, August 6
- #3248 "Chevrolet Impala" [TV-G]
- The 2014 Chevrolet Impala and the 2014 Jaguar F-Type are driven. Overlooked A/C parts are featured. [High-Definition]
- Tavis Smiley
- #2960 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19161 [TV-RE]
- A Flea Market Documentary
- An unabashed celebration of the unusual people and enticing things that can be found in parking lots, at fairgrounds, at drive-ins, on sidewalks, and wherever else someone has posted a sign saying "Flea Market." The markets visited include the annual "World's Longest Yard Sale" along U.S. 127 through Kentucky and Tennessee. [High-Definition]
- Living by Words
- Kentucky writers Bobbie Ann Mason, Wendell Berry, Ed McClanahan, Gurney Norman, and James Baker Hall read from their works and talk about their long-time friendships, their creative writing teachers at the University of Kentucky, and their relationships with Kentucky. The joint reading featured in the program was recorded at UK's Singletary Center for the Arts on October 18, 2001. A 2002 KET production.
- Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick
- #1320 "Diane Ladd (Actress) - A Bad Afternoon for a Piece of Cake" [TV-G]
- Actress and author Diane Ladd discusses, A Bad Afternoon for a Piece of Cake, a collection of short stories.
- Antiques Roadshow
- #1515 "Biloxi (Part 3)" [TV-G]
- A suit worn by Olivia de Haviland in the 1943 film Princess O'Rourke; a circa 1890 French industrial clock; and four 1827 watercolor portraits attributed to "The Guilford Limner," a mysterious North Carolina-based artist who never signed his work, valued conservatively at $60,000. [High-Definition]
- Arts In Context
- #206 "Bill Carter & The Blame" [TV-G]
- Texas music legend Bill Carter and his all-star lineup of musicians perform in KLRU's Studio 6A. [High-Definition]
- The Land Called ... Fort Knox
- Documents the growth of the military reservation across parts of Hardin, Meade, and Bullitt counties. Filmmaker Cory Lash also explores the history of the many Kentucky communities—including Stithton, Garnettsville, and Pitts Point—that dotted the land before the base's major periods of expansion in 1918, 1940-41, and 1951-52. Produced with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Queen Victoria's Empire
- #101 "Engines of Change" [TV-G]
- Explores the changes brought to Britain by the Industrial Revolution as mass migration from the countryside to the cities creates overcrowding, pollution, and disease epidemics. [High-Definition]
- Magic on the Ether: Western Kentucky Radio History
- Nostalgic trip revisits the early days of radio in the Paducah area.
- American Masters
- #2308 "Jeff Bridges: The Dude Abides" [TV-PG]
- Called "the most natural and least self-conscious screen actor that has ever lived," this 2010 Oscar-winning best actor embodies traits far beyond brilliance as an actor. Bridges is an exceptional musician, a photographer, an occasional vintner, and a storyteller. [High-Definition]
- Stubblefield Speaks
- Robert Valentine stars in a dramatic monologue, illustrated with period photographs, about Nathan Stubblefield—the Murray man whom some credit as the inventor of the radio. On New Year's Day 1902, before a crowd of neighbors, Stubblefield used his "wireless telephone" to transmit his own voice to a receiver about a mile away.
- Bringing People Together: The History of Broadcasting in Kentucky
- A history of radio and television in the Bluegrass State, based on Francis Nash's book Towers Over Kentucky and featuring personalities, communities, events, and stations that will be familiar to anyone who has listened to radio or watched TV in Kentucky.
- Healthy Minds
- #309 "Mental Health in the Criminal Justice System" [TV-G]
- Experts discuss navigating America's courts when a loved one's psychiatric condition leads to jail. [High-Definition]
- Call The Midwife
- #208 [TV-14]
- Chummy and PC Noakes face challenges as they settle back into life. Fred is in high spirits when his pregnant daughter and her young son arrive. Jenny has a potential love interest. In Poplar, old buildings are demolished to make way for new flats. [High-Definition]
- Run That by Me Again
- #106 "Georgetown vs. Concord, 1965"
- Guests include Jan Anderson, Larry Treece, and Lester Craft. A 1977 KET production. Watch Online
- Sew It All
- #505 "Block Party, Mary Fons" [TV-G]
- Piece triangles like a pro and make a quick potholder. [High-Definition]
- Southern Fried Fitness
- #303 "Find Joy in the Journey" [TV-G]
- Robin talks about setting "high expectations" both nutritionally and physically.
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #113 "The King of Asanas" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #135 "Potluck Party Pooper/The Best Gift" [TV-Y]
- Mr. Bleakman tells the Howards he won't be attending their party because he'd rather stay home and do his usual Saturday routine. Emily Elizabeth, Clifford, and their friends are determined to convince him to try something new and come to the party. Emily thinks she's come up with the perfect gift for her mother's birthday, but Jetta's criticism makes her doubt herself. [High-Definition]
- Roundabout U
- [High-Definition] Watch Online