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- Keeping Up Appearances
- Hyacinth decides to give Richard skis, despite his having no intention of taking up the sport.
- Moyers & Company
- #237 "Inequality for All" [TV-RE]
- Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich discusses a new film, Inequality for All, about income inequality. [High-Definition]
- Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
- Last of the Summer Wine
- #1072 "Downhill Racer" [TV-PG]
- Seymour would love to go skiing, but in the absence of snow, he decides they should try sliding downhill on dinner trays.
- Bluegrass Underground
- #204 "Jim Lauderdale" [TV-PG]
- Two-time Grammy-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist Jim Lauderdale's talents dance across the worlds of country, rock, Americana, and bluegrass. [High-Definition]
- As Time Goes By
- Lionel and Jean return to the country and find themselves suddenly popular with the villagers, who shower them with gifts.
- #3911 "Why Ships Sink" [TV-PG]
- Marine engineering and safety experts reconstruct the events that led up to famous cruise disasters, including the ill-fated Concordia, the Sea Diamond, and the Oceanos. [High-Definition]
- Thomas D. Clark: In His Own Words
- In interviews conducted over the last two years of his life, distinguished Kentucky historian Dr. Thomas D. Clark (1903-2005) reflects on the state's past; current issues facing the Commonwealth; and his own 70-year career as researcher, writer, teacher, and advocate. A 2005 KET production.
- The Cafe
- #109 "There Were Three in the Bed" [TV-RE]
- Sarah is looking forward to catching up with Richard over a game of darts, until bride-to-be Ava invites herself along. [High-Definition]
- Last Tango In Halifax
- #103 [TV-14]
- While planning their civil marriage ceremony at a medieval hall near Halifax, Celia and Alan get locked in the eerie building. [High-Definition]
- The National Parks: America's Best Idea
- #106 "The Morning of Creation (1946-1980)" [TV-G]
- A stubborn iconoclast fights a lonely battle on behalf of a species nearly everyone hates; America's "Last Frontier" becomes a testing ground for the future of the park idea; and in unprecedented numbers, American families create unforgettable memories, passing on a love of the parks to the next generation. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #110 "Sourwood Mountain Dulcimers/John Jacob Niles" [TV-G]
- I.D. Stamper, a master dulcimer builder and player from Letcher County, Ky., and John McCutcheon, a young musician, play together, swap tunes, discuss musical traditions, and demonstrate the difference between hammered and mountain-style dulcimer. And, a portrait of John Jacob Nile, the adding machine repairman who came to eastern Kentucky in 1909 and became a much-noted "arranger, expander, collector, recorder, and performer" of traditional Appalachian ballads. The film shows Niles in concert, at home, at work arranging his music, and explaining the historical place of balladry in American music.
- Masterpiece Mystery!
- #4327 "Foyle's War, Series VII: The Cage" [TV-PG]
- A severely injured man drags himself to a hospital, only to die shortly after being found by a nurse and doctor. As Foyle makes inquiries, he discovers a mysterious military facility full of secrets that could threaten British Intelligence. [High-Definition]
- Instrument Maker: Homer Ledford
- A chronicle of the creation of a dulcimer, from conception to finished instrument, interwoven with the life story of Winchester craftsman Homer Ledford, America's premier dulcimer maker. Produced by Stan Petrey with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Kentucky Life
- #809 "Simple Pleasures, Hidden Treasures" [TV-G]
- In a two-hour special, host Dave Shuffett finds all kinds of uniquely Kentucky delights, including an Appalachian chef, a rodeo team, a jeweler inspired by nature, and some long-timers—a couple still keeping house after 72 years of marriage and a family that has been farming the same land for 150 years. He visits a coal camp, a country music store, the Corvette Museum, the Kirchoff Bakery, the Mother of God Catholic Church, and the Louisville Zoo and goes to beloved landmarks like Cumberland Falls, the Land Between the Lakes, and the Red River Gorge, as well as lesser-known jewels such as the Goddard Covered Bridge and the Parkette Drive-In. A 2002 KET production. Watch Online
- Brains On Trial with Alan Alda
- #102 "Deciding Punishment" [TV-PG]
- Explore the conceivable effects of neuroscience on criminal law and courtroom procedure. [High-Definition]
- The Bletchley Circle
- #102 [TV-14]
- When Scotland Yard dismisses the women's theories, they realize it's up to them to stop the killer before he takes his next victim. They identify a suspect and use Lucy to lure him into a trap, but their plan goes badly awry and Lucy is assaulted. [High-Definition]
- This Is America & The World
- #1651 "In The Sultanate Of Oman, Part II: Royal Opera House Muscat" [TV-G]
- Dennis visits the Royal Opera House Muscat, which combines traditional design reflecting the region's history and culture and today's state of the art technology.
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- The Healing Place, artist Mitchell Tolle, Tater Knob Pottery, and Bramble Ridge Farm Market are featured. [High-Definition]
- Globe Trekker
- #1210 "Bangladesh" [TV-G]
- Holly begins her trip in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. She travels to Sunderban National Park, visits a "floating" school, charms snakes, harvests tea, and relaxes in the seaside resort of Cox's Bazaar.
- #703 "One Vacant Chair"
- Host Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss Joe Coomer's comic and poignant novel about life, death, and family ties. A 2005 KET production. Watch Online
- Kentucky Time Capsule
- #118 "A Symptom of the '70s"
- Louisville's public transportation system had once been a source of pride. But by the early 1970s, it was in terrible condition, and the buses were on the brink of stopping forever. The city seemed caught in a bureaucratic daze, unable or unwilling to take bold action to save the system. Watch Online
- French Chef Classics
- #102 "Quiche Lorraine" [TV-G]
- French cheese pie, making a perfect pie dough, and making several types of quiches are highlighted. [High-Definition]
- A Walk with Boone
- Historians Thomas D. Clark and John Mack Faragher follow the Kentucky trail of America's most famous pioneer, Daniel Boone. A 1997 KET production. Watch Online