- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1650 [TV-RE]
- #101 "Destiny" [TV-PG]
- The story of Winston Churchill's aristocratic childhood, his search for glory on the battlefield, and his rise up the political ladder. Along the way, he is transformed from young Conservative star to leading Liberal social reformer and from disgraced head of the British Royal Navy in World War I to chancellor of the Exchequer. But in 1931, Churchill is left out of the new national government, and his career seems to be over. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #503 "Frank X Walker: I Dedicate This Ride"
- Through poetry and drama, Kentucky writer and Affrilachian Poets founder Frank X Walker illuminates the life of 19th century African-American jockey Isaac Murphy. The program includes dramatic segments performed by Lexington Children's Theatre. [High-Definition] Watch Online
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- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #832 "Jill McCorkle"
- Best-selling author and essayist Jill McCorkle discusses her first novel in 17 years, Life After Life. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Saint Joseph College: A Triumph of Faith
- A historical documentary about the Bardstown college, once a leading institution of religion and learning in the South.
- European Journal
- #3133 [TV-G]
- Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece Mystery!
- A young socialite suspects foul play when a young woman inexplicably disappears from a train, in a new adaptation of the classic thriller based on Ethel Lina White's 1936 novel The Wheel Spins. [High-Definition]
- Scully/The World Show
- #1617 [TV-G]
- Theater Talk
- #610 [TV-G]
- Actor Tracy Letts and actor/director Amy Morton discuss Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
- Kentucky Life
- #1010 "Kentucky's Last Great Places: A Kentucky Life Special" [TV-G]
- A rare opportunity to journey to some of the few remaining places that look much as they did when the first European settlers began arriving in Kentucky. Inspired by the book Kentucky's Last Great Places, written and photographed by Thomas Barnes, host Dave Shuffett explores hidden areas in every corner of the Commonwealth. A 2004 KET production.
- On Story
- #308 "The Evolution of Funny: TV Comedy with Larry Wilmore" [TV-G]
- Larry Wilmore, creator of The Bernie Mac Show, reflects upon different forms of comedy, followed by two short films about courage and endurance: Love, Emily and 036. [High-Definition]
- Architect Michael Graves: A Grand Tour
- Embark on a voyage through architect Michael Graves' career and learn how he survived a mysterious illness that left him partially paralyzed in the midst of a successful career. [High-Definition]
- Woody Allen: American Masters
- #102 "Part Two" [TV-14]
- Gaining unprecedented access to the notoriously private film legend, Robert Weide delves into Woody Allen's life and creative process. Weide follows Allen over a year and a half, from the London set of 2009's You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger through to 2011's Midnight in Paris - featuring scenes of Allen's inner sanctums at home and in the editing room. [High-Definition]
- Great Performances
- #3708 "Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration - PBS Arts" [TV-G]
- The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops, and more perform in the scenic Berkshires region for Tanglewood's 75th anniversary. The program includes works by Tanglewood legends including Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein. The venue is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a wide variety of popular music concerts and performing arts events. [High-Definition]
- Beyond the Border
- Over the past decade, Latinos have migrated to Kentucky seeking jobs in the tobacco, manufacturing, and horse racing industries. After leaving their parents and sisters in Mexico, four sons of the Ayala family work to overcome cultural, class, and language barriers in Kentucky. Produced by Eren McGinnis with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Rit Big Shot: Painting with Light
- The history of the Rochester Institute of Technology's annual nighttime photography project is documented. The film tells the stories of several past Big Shots including The Alamo, The Royal Palace in Stockholm, and The Pile Gate in Dubrovnik. [High-Definition]
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #107 "Oraciones efectivas" [TV-G]
- How to write complete and correct sentences and how to fix or improve problem sentences.
- History Detectives
- #910 [TV-PG]
- Gwen dissects the mystery behind an ornate Belgian war medal. Elyse traces a pennant to the early battle for the women's vote. And a cartoon cel leads Tukufu to unsung heroes of animation. [High-Definition]
- Tobacco Blues
- Can a good person grow tobacco? As the cigarette war rages, small-scale American tobacco farmers have been the overlooked casualties. Dynamic filmmaking duo Eren McGinnis and Christine Fugate travel across Kentucky to meet families who have been growing this crop for generations and examine how they are facing the consequences of this fuming controversy. Produced with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Roadtrip Nation
- #902 "Boston - New York City" [TV-PG]
- The team visits the robotics department at the MIT Media Lab and the USA Shaolin Temple. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #122 "Bend Your Backbone" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #212 "When I Grow Up/Not Now, I'm Busy" [TV-Y]
- Jetta makes fun of Charley's desire to be a martial arts master when he grows up, but learns a lesson in respecting other people's dreams. Cleo feels slighted when she, Clifford, and T-Bone go to K.C.'s house to visit him and he tells them he's too busy to play. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #443 "Bam Carney"
- A discussion with Kentucky Rep. John "Bam" Carney, R-51st District. [High-Definition]