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- BBC World News America
- #17225 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #302 "When Home Is a House of Cards" [TV-Y]
- While Ruff is trying to build a card table (which, of course, he naturally assumes is a table made of cards), he interviews the first candidate to be his new assistant: a mouse named Chet who abruptly moves into the Fetch 3000. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2033 "Jobs and the Economy"
- Bill and his guests discuss jobs and the economy. Scheduled guests: Dave Adkisson, president and chief executive officer of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and chair at Thomas More College. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32180 [TV-RE]
- #124 "Size Me Up" [TV-Y]
- To give himself time to launch a new virus at Motherboard, Hacker traps the kids in a cybersite from which escape seems impossible. The kids first find themselves in a land of giants, then become giants themselves in a land of little people. They must cope with the disparities of scale and size and use their brainpower to escape and warn Motherboard. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10732 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #510 "Copenhagen" [TV-G]
- Rick discovers reminders of Copenhagen's Viking history and symbols of its proudly independent ways. He strolls through Europe's first great pedestrian zone, admires crown jewels in the palace, and takes a bike ride through a famous hippie squatter community, finishing at Copenhagen's full-time carnival, Tivoli Gardens. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #104 "Hand Carved" [TV-G]
- Chester Cornett made chairs for Presidents and his work is displayed in museums across the country. In this film, Chester fells a tree on the site of his family's homeplace on the top of Pine Mountain in southeastern Kentucky and transports it back to his small apartment and workshop in inner-city Cincinnati. He uses simple hand tools to chop, whittle, and carve the wood into an exquisite, eight-legged, "two-in-one" rocker.
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #831 "Dr. Eugenia Wang"
- Bill speaks with Dr. Eugenia Wang, the Gheens Foundation chair in Aging Research at the University of Louisville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1711 "The SteelDrivers/The Clay Hess Band"
- Nashville's own The SteelDrivers and Grammy Award-winner Clay Hess and his band perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fanfest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- The Truth About Exercise with Michael Mosley
- Michael Mosley explores the new and surprising truths about exercise and why we all respond to it differently. [High-Definition]
- Secrets of the Kentucky Derby
- A behind-the-scenes look at the Kentucky Derby to discover how the "fastest two minutes in sports" really comes together.
- American Masters
- #2303 "Merle Haggard: Learning To Live with Myself" [TV-PG]
- This revealing documentary follows musician Merle Haggard for two years, on tour and at home. Known for his distinctive voice, finger-picking and interpretations, the former prison inmate recently survived major lung surgery and is hitting new artistic and commercial highs. The program includes interviews with Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Ray Price, Dwight Yoakam, Lucinda Williams, and Alison Krauss. [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]
- 75 Years of Keeneland: A Look Back
- Bill Goodman sits down with Nick Nicholson, current president and CEO of Keeneland, the thoroughbred racecourse located in Lexington, Kentucky, and former presidents James E. "Ted" Bassett III and William C. "Bill" Greely, on the eve of Keeneland's 75th anniversary. A 2011 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Scott & Bailey
- #102 [TV-PG]
- Janet reopens the investigation into the death of her childhood friend Veronica. Rachel's personal life becomes more complicated. After a teenage murderer is charged, horrific events begin to unravel following the arrest. [High-Definition]
- Churchill Downs: From Start to Photo Finish
- A pictorial history of the world-famous race track in Louisville, including famous horses and riders, great African-American jockeys, a look at how thoroughbred racing has changed over the years, and the evolution of the Kentucky Derby into the world's most famous horse race. A KET production.
- Bluegrass Underground
- #211 "Vince Gill" [TV-PG]
- Country star and multiple Grammy winner Vince Gill, known for his razor-sharp instrumental skills, expressive tenor voice, richly varied songwriting, and superb choice of backup musicians, performs honky tonk ballads, bluegrass, and country rock. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23225 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19167 [TV-RE]
- The Appalachians
- #101 [TV-G]
- When the first European settlers arrive in the Allegheny, Cumberland, and Blue Ridge mountains in the 17th century, they trade and intermarry with the Shawnee, Choctaw, Creek, and Cherokee who have lived there for centuries. But by the mid-18th century, the swelling pioneer population leads to decades of combat on the Appalachian frontier that eventually forces the natives out. As the Scotch-Irish and other immigrants settle in, the isolation of the mountains helps preserve the cultural traditions they have brought with them. The men of Appalachia fight bravely in the American Revolution, but then rail at taxes and regulations imposed by the new American government. Evangelical revivals sweep the region in the 18th and early 19th centuries, and traditional music mingles with the rhythms used by African slaves to form a glorious new gospel music.
- Kentucky Life
- #1001 "McLean River Towns/Dinosaur World/Andee Rudloff" [TV-G]
- Host Dave Shuffett traces the route of the Green River through the McLean County towns of Livermore and Calhoun; visits Dinosaur World in Cave City; and introduces Bowling Green artist and muralist Andee Rudloff, who was commissioned to paint a pair of fiberglass catfish for a display of public art in Tennessee. A 2004 KET production. Watch Online
- GED Connection
- #102 "Passing the GED Writing Test" [TV-G]
- Advice on how to prepare for the GED writing test, with sample test questions.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2967 [TV-RE]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #501 "Spirited Sounds, Tall Tales, and Amazing Grace"
- Features Jason De La Rosa on Native American flute; the Roadside Theatre storytelling group performing a "Jack tale"; and Raison D'etre, a women's singing trio with a wide-ranging repertoire. Sky Yancey hosts. A 2001 KET production.