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- BBC World News America
- #17276 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #319 "The Ol' Switcheroo" [TV-Y]
- Ruff has been tapped to play goalie in a celebrity hockey tournament. What's even scarier is that his opponents are inmates from Poodle Island, including his twin brother, Scruff. Terrified, he sends Harsha and DJ out to engineer a "puck stopper." Meanwhile, Ruff discovers that Scruff is actually living in his doghouse, so he gets Jay and Noel to swap houses for a day. [High-Definition]
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #838 "Michael F. Cairo"
- Bill speaks with Michael F. Cairo, associate professor of political science at Transylvania University. Cairo is also author of The Gulf: The Bush Presidencies and the Middle East. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32217 [TV-RE]
- #212 "The Guilty Party" [TV-Y]
- The game is afoot when Hacker returns to Poddleville with a peace offering: a magnificent statue of the mayor. But has someone stolen the key to Hacker's recharger chair? Like Sherlock Holmes and Watson, the kids and Digit set out to sleuth out what's really going on—and the more they investigate, the deeper the mystery gets. [High-Definition]
- #507 "Bone Black: Memories of Girlhood"
- Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss bell hooks' Bone Black: Memories of Girlhood, a moving memoir of her childhood in Western Kentucky written in imagistic three-page segments. A 2003 KET production. Watch Online
- PBS NewsHour
- #10769 [TV-RE]
- Just Seen It
- #312 [TV-PG]
- Films reviewed include Don Jon, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2, Baggage Claim, and Gravity. [High-Definition]
- Bluegrass Underground
- #205 "David Mayfield Parade" [TV-PG]
- Raised on show business in a family band, David Mayfield made his name with award-winning progressive bluegrass group Cadillac Sky. The singer/guitarist mixes acoustic-alternative and cutting-edge Americana with great showmanship. [High-Definition]
- Louisville Life
- #716 "21c Museum Hotel/Vintage Fire Museum/ Rev. Dr. Kevin W. Cosby/ Muhammad Ali Center"
- 21c Museum Hotel Founder Steve Wilson and Director of Arts Programming Alice Gray Stites talk about 21c's runaway success; Vintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center houses one of the nation's best collections of firefighting equipment; an interview with Rev. Dr. Kevin W. Cosby, senior pastor of St. Stephen Church and president of Simmons College of Kentucky; and a visit to the Muhammad Ali Center. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Exploring an American Original
- #105 "The Cumberlands Corridor"
- Pristine forests, Kentucky's tallest waterfall, and meandering rivers and streams fill the Kentucky corridor known as the Cumberlands. It is also an area of adventure and excitement, the living history of coal mining, and outstanding music festivals.
- Antiques Roadshow
- #1316 "Hartford (Part 1)" [TV-G]
- A 1963 poster from a Joan Baez/Bob Dylan concert at New Haven Arena, a pair of 18th-century silk shoes purportedly worn by one of George Washington's dance partners, and a collection of 200-year-old Wedgwood pottery buttons. [High-Definition]
- The This Old House Hour
- #1201 [TV-G]
- Three New Jersey homeowners who are determined to rebuild after Superstorm Sandy are showcased. Tom replaces an old, rusted bulkhead door. Richard discusses ways to get hot water without waiting. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Afield
- #2952 [TV-G]
- A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- Kentucky Junior Rodeo, the Renaissance Festival, photographer James Archambeault, and Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese are featured. [High-Definition]
- Doc Martin
- #504 "Mother Knows Best" [TV-PG]
- It's Portwenn Fun Day. The event sparks a culinary rivalry between Bert Large, who runs Large's Restaurant, and the landlord of the Crab and Lobster pub. Louisa's mum Eleanor arrives in Portwenn unexpectedly. [High-Definition]
- Masterpiece Mystery!
- #4328 "Foyle's War, Series VII: Sunflower" [TV-PG]
- Foyle is tasked with protecting Karl Strasser, a Nazi officer turned MI5 informant who believes he's in danger. America wants Strasser extradited for his involvement in a wartime event, but British Intelligence is determined to protect him. [High-Definition]
- Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
- Kentucky Life
- #1815 "Kentucky Wild Rivers Program/Mussel Species/Bill Best"
- In celebration of Earth Day 2013, Dave learns about the Kentucky Wild Rivers Program as he explores the beautiful forest and waterways of The Little South Fork; a trip to the Licking River in Northern Kentucky reveals the surprising diversity of Kentucky's mussel species; and farmer and seed collector Bill Best introduces us to tasty varieties of Heirloom beans. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Genealogy Roadshow
- #102 "Detroit" [TV-PG]
- Stories include connections to a revered U.S. President, a world famous explorer, and the first female engineer at a car company. [High-Definition]
- Splash: The 2008 Dog Paddle
- Filmmaker John Bacon chronicles the wet happenings at the 2008 Dog Paddle at Lexington's Woodland Park. In this annual Labor Day weekend fund-raising event for dog parks, the park pool is opened to canines only for one afternoon after it has closed to humans for the season.
- Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence
- The lives and works of trailblazing Renaissance-era female artists in Florence, Italy are explored. Cameras chart the preservation and conservation of two works: "Lamentation With Saints" by Plautilla Nelli and "David and Bathsheba" by Artemisia Gentileschi. [High-Definition]
- Cane Run: Water Below, Water Above
- This documentary examines Cane Run, an important but impaired stream, and the unique karst topography of Kentucky's Bluegrass and its effect on water quality. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23276 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19204 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky's Ohio River Towns
- More than 650 miles of the Ohio River, from Catlettsburg in the east to Wickliffe in the west, form the northern border of Kentucky. Towns began to develop along the river in the 1790s, with each contributing to the growth of Kentucky and the movement west. Filmmaker Cory Lash explores the histories of 14 smaller river towns and their places in the history of the state as a whole. Produced with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Music Anywhere
- Performances by Wooden Wand at CD Central, The Lost River Caveman at Labold and Sons Salvage, Brothers Lazaroff at Town Branch Distillery, Anna Vogelzang in a covered walkway, and Coralee and the Townies at Triangle Park. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Town Branch: Lexington's Historic Watershed
- A look at the origins, history, and future of the historic waterway that runs under Lexington, including a local initiative to educate the public about stream health and create a greenway trail for pedestrians and bicyclists.
- GED Connection
- #103 "Getting Ideas on Paper" [TV-G]
- Successful writers and adult learners share ideas on how to get started writing.
- Tavis Smiley
- #3004 [TV-RE]
- #1718 "The HillBenders/Donna Ulisse and The Poor Mountain Boys"
- Young, high-energy quintet The HillBenders and "bluegrass poet" Donna Ulisse and The Poor Mountain Boys perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online