- 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.
12:30 am Wednesday, September 4
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- A discussion with two World War II veterans, a Vietnam veteran, and a Afghanistan solider in honor of U.S. military veterans. [High-Definition]
- Tavis Smiley
- #2981 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19182 [TV-RE]
- Mount Rushmore: American Experience
- The story of Mount Rushmore's creation is as bizarre and wonderful as the monument itself. It is the story of ordinary Americans who suddenly found themselves suspended high on a cliff face with drills and hammers as a sculptor they considered insane directed them in the creation of what some would call a monstrosity and others a masterpiece. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky filmmaker Robby Henson chronicles a year in the busy, eccentric life of Pioneer Playhouse, a regional repertory theater founded by his father, the late Eben Henson, in his hometown of Danville. From auditions with actors in New York City to carpooling to Kentucky, from first impressions to love affairs and feuds, and from stressful rehearsals to the tearing down of the very last set, the film details the unique challenges and special rewards of producing theater on a regional scale. Supported in part by the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- The Kalb Report
- #604 "On Deadline: American Newspapers in the Digital Age" [TV-RE]
- Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron and Managing Editor Kevin Merida join Marvin Kalb to discuss how our nation's great newspapers can win the battle for the soul of journalism in an era of lightning speed, loose standards, and massive competition.
- 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]
- Mammoth Cave: A Way to Wonder
- This documentary weaves together the human stories that make up the fascinating history of Mammoth Cave National Park in south central Kentucky. [High-Definition]
- The National Parks: America's Best Idea
- #101 "The Scripture of Nature (1851-1890)" [TV-G]
- The astonishing beauty of Yosemite Valley and the geyser wonderland of Yellowstone give birth to the radical idea of creating national parks for the enjoyment of everyone; John Muir becomes their eloquent defender. [High-Definition]
- Looking at Painting
- #102 "Expressionism"
- Five Kentucky painters whose work falls between realism and abstraction—Patrick Adams (Nicholasville), Mark Priest (Louisville), Guinever Smith (Louisville), Karen Spears (Lexington), and Ann Tower (Lexington)—explain how they infuse the observed world with personal emotions and intellectual concerns.
- Distinguished Kentuckian
- #103 "O.L. Press" [TV-G]
- A profile of KET's founding executive director, O. Leonard Press. His reminiscences about the early days of public broadcasting in Kentucky provide a fascinating glimpse of people, places, and events spanning a 40-year period from 1952 to 1992. A 1992 production of Video Editing Services, Lexington. Watch Online
- 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]
- The Woodwright's Shop
- #3210 "Carving The Camellia" [TV-G]
- Woodcarver Mary May makes basswood flowers bloom. Get in the groove of high-relief carving with sharp gouges and good-grained wood! [High-Definition]
- Antiques Roadshow
- #1520 "Tasty Treasures" [TV-G]
- Highlights include a coveted stainless steel 1930s meat serving cart that saw decades of use at a casino in Reno Nevada; a rare toy coffee service made of 18th-century British porcelain; and an heirloom Tlingit Indian oil bowl and ladle, acquired by the owner's great-great-grandfather during a military posting to Sitka, Alaska, in 1877, valued at a jaw-dropping $250,000 to $300,000. [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
- 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
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #208 "Salute to the Sun (Part 2)" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #224 "Doghouse Rock/Guess Who's Coming to Birdwell Island" [TV-Y]
- Mac wants to join the band T-Bone has put together, but has a little trouble figuring out exactly how his talents fit in. Champion dog Oscar Owen Bright Like the Sun visits the island, and all the dogs go out of their way to impress him. [High-Definition]
- Leadership Landscape
- #210 "Sam Swope"
- A discussion with Sam Swope, founder of Sam Swope Auto Group, LLC.