- #1208 "Caravan of Thieves and Molasses Creek" [TV-G]
- Gypsy swinging Caravan of Thieves perform songs from their new CD, Fun House, followed by high energy performers, Molasses Creek.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2965 [TV-RE]
- Reel Visions: Spotlight on Kentucky Filmmakers
- #107 "Films by Jeremy Midkiff, Tom Robinson, Josh Flowers, Les Holland and Devon Wallace, and J. Gray"
- Short films include: City Center Design Competition by Jeremy Midkiff; Experiments in the Revival of Organisms by Tom Robinson; Robot Love by Josh Flowers; Damon the Halfling, written by Les Holland and Devon Wallace, and animated by Kelli Burton, Andrew English, and Bryan Jackson; and Fuel by J. Gray. A 2010 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Saturday, August 10
- Tavis Smiley
- #2964 [TV-RE]
- How Hollywood Does It
- #107 "Genre"
- This program explores what characteristics indicate a film genre (e.g. horror, Western, etc...) and how viewers understand the story put before them. [High-Definition]
- Charlie Rose
- #19165 [TV-RE]
- Washington Week with Gwen Ifill
- #5306 [TV-RE]
- Magic on the Ether: Western Kentucky Radio History
- Nostalgic trip revisits the early days of radio in the Paducah area.
- Charlie Rose - The Week
- #104 [TV-RE]
- Live from the Artists Den
- #503 "Rufus Wainwright" [TV-PG]
- The singer/songwriter performs "Candles," the rousing disco-flavored "Bitter Tears," the emotional "On My Way to Town," and more at the magnificent Church of the Ascension, on Manhattan's lower Fifth Avenue. [High-Definition]
- Note by Note (The Making of Steinway L1037)
- Follows the creation of a Steinway concert grand piano, #L1037 - from the Alaska forest to the concert hall. It explores the relationship between musician and instrument, chronicles the manufacturing process, and illustrates what makes each piano unique in this age of mass production. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #103 "Coalmining Women/In Ya Blood" [TV-G]
- Interviewed at home and on the job, women coal miners tell of the conditions that led them to seek employment in this traditionally male-dominated industry and the problems they encountered once hired. And, the story of a typical young man from Appalachia in the summer after his senior year in high school. He must face the difficult decision faced by many Appalachian youth - whether to stay in the mountains or leave in search of a "better life."
- American Masters
- #1903 "Woody Guthrie: Ain't Got No Home" [TV-PG]
- Virtually every American who has listened to the radio or gone to summer camp knows Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land," and his music has been recorded by everyone from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to Irish rock band U2. The complex story of America's signature folk singer/songwriter is filled with frenetic creative energy and a treasure trove of cultural history—as well as personal imperfections and profound family tragedy. [High-Definition]
- William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible
- Provides an in-depth meeting with the artist William Kentridge, as he stages "The Nose" for The Metropolitan Opera. The film follows Kentridge on an international journey - from Paris to Sydney, from Johannesburg to New York - as he works on "The Nose" and its "satellite pieces." [High-Definition]
- Olmsted in Louisville
- Renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted is best known for designing New York's Central Park. But his last achievement was the design of Louisville's elaborately beautiful city park system. A 2000 KET production. Watch Online
- Secrets of the Dead
- #1201 "The Man Who Saved The World" [TV-PG]
- Follow the drama and debate the B-59 Soviet submarine during the critical point in the Cold War. The story of what happened that fateful day remained hidden for decades, only emerging in Russia in recent years. [High-Definition]
- Olmsted and America's Urban Parks
- Ragtime Cabaret
- A musical and cultural journey exploring the roots of ragtime music and the role of the music business itself. [High-Definition]
- Math Basics
- #105 "Estimation"
- Four methods of estimating—front-end estimation, clustering, rounding, and compatible numbers—and how to decide which to use.
- The This Old House Hour
- #1119 [TV-G]
- Reviving a neglected water feature, drilling for both a new water well and for geothermal wells, caring for orchids as houseplants, and installing a kitchen wall cabinet. [High-Definition]
- Southern Fried Fitness
- #303 "Find Joy in the Journey" [TV-G]
- Robin talks about setting "high expectations" both nutritionally and physically.
- Math Basics
- #106 "Many Kinds of Numbers"
- Introduction to common fractions, decimal fractions, and negative numbers.
- Kentucky Afield
- #2944 [TV-G]
- A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Bob the Builder
- #703 "Dizzy in Charge/Lofty's Helpful Day" [TV-Y]
- When Bob is called away, he leaves Dizzy and Scratch to tidy up the builder's yard. Lofty really wants to be as helpful as he can, but ends up taking on so many jobs he gets confused. [High-Definition]
- Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
- #1652 "Learning" [TV-Y]
- Mister Rogers uses a broken tube from the vacuum cleaner to pretend he's an elephant with a long trunk. Then folk singer Ella Jenkins visits and teaches him a new song. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is doing research on what makes the wind blow. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Life
- #1807 "Louisville Zombie Attack/Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky/Voices of Elmwood/Edgar Cayce"
- Meet the characters who congregate on Bardstown Road for the annual Louisville Zombie Attack; Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK) try to find explanations for claims of paranormal activity; in Voices of Elmwood, actors portray deceased residents of Daviess County and tell their stories at graveside to guests who ride through Elmwood Cemetery; and Dave investigates the life of Hopkinsville native and clairvoyant Edgar Cayce. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. [High-Definition] Watch Online