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- Wai Lana Yoga
- #119 "Plough In and Breathe!" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #139 "Forgive and Forget/Mimi's Back in Town" [TV-Y]
- Cleo gets mad at Clifford when he forgets a play date, saying that she wouldn't do that to a friend. But after he says he's sorry, she won't accept his apology—until T-Bone points out that friends don't hold grudges, either. T-Bone really likes a little brown poodle who is coming back to visit the island, but Cleo's teasing about it makes him feel embarrassed and uncomfortable. [High-Definition]
- Leadership Landscape
- #202 "Jim Host"
- A discussion with Jim Host, former Kentucky Commerce Secretary and founder of Host Communications.
- Body Electric
- #1725 "Tallahassee, FL" [TV-G]
- Wild Kratts
- #131 "Masked Bandits" [TV-Y]
- As they prepare for a creature costume party, the Wild Kratts team begins to notice all sorts of strange things happening in the Tortuga HQ. Jimmy is sure there is a ghost or monster living with them, but the Kratt brothers are convinced it's some kind of creature. They discover that certain animals gravitate towards human habitation because it provides food and protection from predators. [High-Definition]
- Exploring an American Original
- #103 "First Frontier Corridor"
- The story of the permanent settlement of Kentucky begins at the Cumberland Gap. The "secret road" west through the dense Cumberland Mountains, long used by buffalo and deer, eluded explorers from America's Atlantic states for decades—though the Shawnee and Cherokee knew it well.
- #1204 "For the Birds/Ungifted" [TV-Y]
- Brain dreams of being the first to spot a rare bird called the green-tailed grebe. Buster goes on a favor-repaying frenzy to get out of "favor debt" to Arthur. [High-Definition]
- #4098 [TV-RE]
- Recollections: Governors' Roundtable
- Eight former Kentucky governors—Edward T. (Ned) Breathitt, Louie B. Nunn, Wendell H. Ford, Julian M. Carroll, John Y. Brown Jr., Martha Layne Collins, Wallace Wilkinson, and Brereton C. Jones—share perspectives on their years in office, including some of the lighter moments. Veteran broadcast journalist Ferrell Wellman hosts. A 2000 KET production.
- Martha Speaks
- #101 "Martha Speaks/Martha Gives Advice" [TV-Y]
- When Martha the dog eats alphabet soup, the letters go to her brain and she develops the ability to talk. But when she becomes the host of a radio advice show, she soon has people doing some pretty strange things. Helen starts taking fashion advice from her older cousin Carolina. [High-Definition]
- 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
- Curious George
- #603 "Auctioneer George/Sock Monkey Opera" [TV-Y]
- George wins an auction for red elephant mittens for $101, but only has one dollar. Later, George performs a sock-puppet version of the "Hansel and Gretel" opera for Betsy, who has chicken pox. [High-Definition]
- Body Electric
- #1725 "Tallahassee, FL" [TV-G]
- Kentucky Life
- #1808 "Lucille Sharp/Crittenden-Our Town/Northern Kentucky Fort Towns/Trent Altman"
- Meet Lucille Sharp, an actress from Lexington who has a role in this season's Downton Abbey; the Grant County community of Crittenden is Our Town; learn how the Fort-named towns of Northern Kentucky got their names; and the award-winning and inspiring work of Louisville artist Trent Altman. A 2013 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffet. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
- #216 "Wrapper's Delight/Dive Swim Scoop" [TV-Y]
- Gina the Giraffe Weevil shows Nick and Sally how she uses leaves to wrap her eggs to protect them. Penny the Pelican teacges the kids how to catch things in water! [High-Definition]
- #111 "Test-Taking Tips, Using an Atlas, Understanding a Lease, the Writing Process"
- Salsa musician Rubén Blades performs some of his songs and talks about his writing process. An El Paso mother enters the Even Start program and learns ways to bring her family closer together through reading and writing. Then Question Man shares tips on taking tests.
- Kentucky Health
- #820 "Cancer"
- A discussion about cancer and the American Cancer Society. Watch Online
- Super Why!
- #109 "The Ugly Duckling" [TV-Y]
- Princess Pea's twirls are falling flat, and her dance recital is fast approaching. The Super Readers soar into the story of the Ugly Duckling, who's having just as much trouble trying to swim. With a little hard work, the Ugly Duckling hits his stride, and Princess Pea learns that practice makes perfect. [High-Definition]
- 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.
- More Than Child's Play: Why Physical Activity Matters
- This program explores all the ways in which society both helps and hinders physical activity in children, and points the way towards greater opportunities for all children to be physically active. A 2011 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Dinosaur Train
- #209 "Dry Times at Pteranodon Terrace/Big Misty Sea Fishing Contest" [TV-Y]
- Dad and Mom take the kids to the Big Pond on a camping trip, where they will wait out the drought. Dad learns that he's been chosen to compete in the big annual Fishing Contest at the Big Misty Sea. [High-Definition]
- GED Connection
- #102 "Passing the GED Writing Test" [TV-G]
- Advice on how to prepare for the GED writing test, with sample test questions.
- Kentucky Life
- #1222 "Dr. Clark's Kentucky Treasures" [TV-G]
- A special expanded edition tours 11 places designated by the late historian Dr. Thomas Clark as sites every Kentuckian should visit: the Abbey of Gethsemani, Augusta, the Cane Ridge Meeting House, Cumberland Gap, the Falls of the Ohio, the Fitchburg Iron Furnace, Land Between the Lakes, Lilley Cornett Woods, Mammoth Cave, Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill, and the Speed Art Museum. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. Watch Online
- Sesame Street
- #4192 "Y a Quest Y Not" [TV-Y]
- Telly, Abby, and Elmo look to the book How to be a Knight for a Day to tell them how to become knights. First, they have to wear a suit of shining armor. Next, they must sing a knight song, so they sing. Then they must go on a quest. But they don't know what to search for! As Elmo, Telly, and Abby think about their quest, they hear a whimpering letter "Y." When they ask the letter "Y" why he is crying, he tells them he is unsure of his purpose in life. [High-Definition]
- Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest
- #106 "Misty Fjords to Sitka" [TV-G]
- Gary sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph, and paint Alaska - from the sheer cliffs of Misty Fjords to historical Sitka. [High-Definition]
- Scheewe Art Workshop
- #1305 "Roses - Everyone's Favorite" [TV-G]
- See how using watercolor or acrylic can be so similar on wood, canvas, and paper.
- Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
- #101 "Daniel's Birthday/Daniel's Picnic" [TV-Y]
- Daniel is very excited to go to Baker Aker's Bakery with his mom to pick out a cake for his party. When they arrive home after a bumpy ride on Trolley, Daniel is disappointed to find that his cake is smushed. Daniel, Prince Wednesday, and Miss Elaina are having a picnic in front of the clock factory. When it starts to rain, the picnic is ruined, leaving them very disappointed. [High-Definition]
- Sew It All
- #511 "Tank Girl, Vanessa Wilson" [TV-G]
- Learn how to create your own tank top pattern that fits and flatters. [High-Definition]
- Sid the Science Kid
- #108 "My Ice Pops" [TV-Y]
- Sid wakes up and discovers that his ice pops have melted. The sticky situation leads him into an investigation of the properties of liquids, ice, and the freezing and melting processes. [High-Definition]
- Martha's Sewing Room
- #3310 "Chain Stitch Quilting" [TV-G]
- Tote bag with a chain stitched "quilted" pocket, a hidden zipper bag, lattice ribbon windows designer techniques, and hand-embroidered buttonhole stitch.
- The Remarkable Clarks
- Captain William Clark of Lewis and Clark was the younger brother of Louisville founder George Rogers Clark. As part of the bicentennial celebration of the Lewis and Clark expedition, this docudrama looks back over the lives of the two brothers and their sister, Lucy Clark Croghan. Staged at the Croghan home, Locust Grove in Louisville, it was written and performed by Mandy Dick, Mel Hankla, and Bob Pilkington. A 2002 KET production. Watch Online
- #117 "Superhero Sheep/Pirate Ship" [TV-Y]
- Sheep becomes Word World's first superhero by saving the day with the letter "S." Sheep, Duck, and Shark find a message in a bottle and embark on a treasure hunt guided by rhyming clues. [High-Definition]
- Charlie Rose
- #19167 [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.