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- BBC World News America
- #17246 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #309 "The Dogvinci Code" [TV-Y]
- Ruff's Uncle MacRuffmantosh gives him a new mystery to be solved. It seems that a sneaky society of cats has been hiding the secret behind Mona Lisa's smile for more than 500 years. MacRuffmantosh has uncovered a secret notebook, written by Leonardo da Vinci's dog, Dog Vinci, with details that will reveal the truth. [High-Definition]
- The Price of Poverty In Kentucky
- Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw examine Kentucky's "working poor" and middle class income earners struggling to make ends meet. The program features Louisville Courier-Journal writer Jere Downs and Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President Dave Adkisson. Scheduled panelists include: Jason Bailey, director, Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Richard Nelson, executive director, Commonwealth Policy Center and a Trigg County magistrate; Adrienne Gilbert, moderator, Take Back Kentucky; Bonifacio Aleman, executive director, Kentucky Jobs with Justice; and John Garen, professor of economics, University of Kentucky. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32195 [TV-RE]
- #702 "The Emperor Has Snow Clothes" [TV-Y]
- Hacker turns the Emperor into frozen a statue and the team must brave a snowstorm to save him. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10747 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #513 "Iran, Yesterday and Today" [TV-G]
- As he's done with previous programs on Israel, Egypt, and Eastern Turkey, Rick goes beyond Europe to a place that's rich with historyâ¦and mystery. Visiting Tehran, Shiraz, Persepolis, and a small village, Rick gets a rare present-day look at of some of civilization's most important historical sites, and a sense of Iran's 21st-century culture. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Health
- #803 "Health Care Reform and Obamacare"
- Valinda Rutledge, CEO of Jewish Hospital, and Dr. Mark Carter, CEO of Passport Health Plan, discuss health care reform and Obamacare. Watch Online
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #834 "Keith Ballard"
- Award-winning teacher Keith Ballard talks about the education systems in China, India, and other countries he has visited. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky Time Capsule
- #101 "A Dream Come True" [TV-G]
- A look at the history of Jenkins—a town built from scratch during the Kentucky coal boom—as reflected in an amazing cache of photographs taken more than 80 years ago. Watch Online
- #1714 "Jim Lauderdale/The Grascals/The Spinney Brothers"
- Nashville "A-list" songwriter Lauderdale, perennial bluegrass favorites The Grascals, and Canadian acoustic group The Spinney Brothers perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Life Is A Banquet: The Rosalind Russell Story
- A profile of the star of Auntie Mame, His Girl Friday, and scores of other memorable films and Broadway shows. Rosalind Russell also championed the needs of those suffering from severe rheumatoid arthritis. Kathleen Turner narrates. [High-Definition]
- Up the Ridge
- Through the lens of Wallens Ridge, a super-maximum security prison in Virginia, this film offers an in-depth look at the United States prison industry and the social impact of moving hundreds of thousands of inner-city minority offenders to distant rural outposts.
- Shooting in the Wild
- A look inside the business of wildlife filmmaking uncovers a troubling trend toward sensationalism, extreme risk-taking, and even abuse in wildlife films. Filmmaker Alexandra Cousteau, the granddaughter of Jacques Cousteau, hosts. [High-Definition]
- The National Parks: America's Best Idea
- #102 "The Last Refuge (1890-1915)" [TV-G]
- A young president, Theodore Roosevelt, becomes one of the national parks' greatest champions; in Yellowstone, a magnificent species is rescued from extinction; and in Yosemite, John Muir fights the battle of his life to save a beautiful valley. [High-Definition]
- LAND (and how it gets that way)
- Decades before sprawl made front-page news across America, the farmers, developers, and other citizens of Woodford County had already hit the courtrooms with clashing ideas on growth and development. Filmmaker Walter Brock uses their intimate and impassioned voices to examine how human character, ambition, and social class have shaped the American landscape. Produced with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- #3112 "Two American Families" [TV-RE]
- The struggles of two Milwaukee families - one black, one white - as they try to hold onto their homes, their jobs, their health insurance, and a future for their children. The film raises unsettling questions about the changing nature of the U.S. economy and the fate of a declining middle class. [High-Definition]
- Frazier History Museum
- Follows the creation of the Frazier History Museum in Louisville as the staff collaborates with the Royal Armouries (Britain's oldest museum) to build one of the greatest collections of arms, armor, and related historical artifacts in the world. A KET production. Watch Online
- BBC World News
- #23246 [TV-RE]
- Conversations with Champions
- #203 "John Carroll"
- A conversation with renowned newspaper editor John Carroll, whose publications won numerous Pulitzer prizes. Now retired, Carroll was editor of the Lexington Herald-Leader in 1986 and has returned to the city to work on a book about the relationship between sports and college presidents. [High-Definition]
- Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
- A goat shank recipe, go outside to the Big Green Egg for some "Smokey" Joes, The Moron Brothers, and a recipe for cheesecake are featured. [High-Definition]
- Before There Were Parks: Yellowstone and Glacier Through Native Eyes
- Explores indigenous perspectives on Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and the cultural divide that separates modern times from the not-so-distant past. Also, efforts to bring these disparate visions into greater harmony. [High-Definition]
- GED Connection
- #108 "Grammar and Usage" [TV-G]
- Reviews typical grammar and usage problems writers encounter.
- Tavis Smiley
- #2982 [TV-RE]
- 2010 Governor's Awards in the Arts
- Gov. Steve Beshear honors Kentuckians for their achievements in the performing and visual arts.