- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1705 [TV-RE]
- Last Tango In Halifax
- #105 [TV-14]
- Caroline throws herself whole-heartedly into her new relationship, upsetting her mother and her estranged husband, who looks to Gillian for sympathy. Alan, unable to decide which of two friends should be his best man, asks both. [High-Definition]
- Along Kentucky 80
- Journalist John Ed Pearce travels across southern Kentucky on state Hwy. 80, from the Breaks of the Big Sandy on the Virginia border to Columbus-Belmont Battlefield State Park on the Mississippi River. Stops along the way include Mammoth Cave, Lake Cumberland, Logan County sites with historic connections to Jesse James and Andrew Jackson, the South Union Shaker village, Bowling Green, and Cadiz. A 1992 KET production. Watch Online
12:30 am Monday, October 7
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #839 "Bob Stewart"
- Bob Stewart, secretary of Kentucky's Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, discusses improvements in the state park system and suggests fall trips for families and children. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #616 "Happy Birthday, Elaine Stritch" [TV-G]
- Scene-stealer Elaine Stritch reminisces fondly about her career in this freewheeling conversation.
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4329 "The Paradise, Part One" [TV-PG]
- Young and ambitious country girl Denise Lovett arrives in a booming northern city and takes a job at The Paradise, the glittering department store across from her uncle's drapery shop. It's not long before her beauty and talent catch the eye of the store's dashing owner, John Moray. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2904 "Oct. 3, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #105 "Jack and the Giants"
- A "Jack tale" which pits Jack against four giants, told by Appalachian storytellers Rich Kirby and Tom Bledsoe.
- Chef's Life
- #104 "Cracklin' Kitchen" [TV-G]
- Vivian christens the restaurant's new "whole animal, no waste" program with two little pigs from Warren Brothers' farm. She demonstrates how to make sweet potatoes with cracklins. [High-Definition]
- From the Ground Up
- #106 "Residential Architecture"
- A look at Kentucky home architectual styles. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- European Journal
- #3140 "Unemployment: Waiting for Elders to Retire" [TV-G]
- 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.
- Scully/The World Show
- #1624 [TV-G]
- China's Challenges
- #101 "Are The Chinese People Really Happy?" [TV-G]
- The Chinese people's growing interest in healthcare, education, housing, and retirement is explored. [High-Definition]
- 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]
- Vamos Al Baile (Let's Go to The Dance)
- Little Joe y La Familia, Joel Guzman, and other award winning Mexican-American musicians perform. [High-Definition]
- Latino Americans
- #105 "Pride and Prejudice/Peril and Promise" [TV-PG]
- Labor leaders organize farm workers in California and activists push for education opportunities. A second wave of Cubans and hundreds of thousands Salvadorans, Nicaraguans, and Guatemalans flee to the U.S., creating a debate over undocumented immigrants. [High-Definition]
- Serviam: To Lead and To Serve
- Explores five leaders who have placed the needs of others before their own. From Black Hawk Down and the Rwandan genocide to being held captive in Beirut, these leaders chose their profession to serve a greater purpose.
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #114 "Poesía" [TV-G]
- Poet Sonia Sanchez reads from her work and shows how to analyze a poem, U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky introduces the "Favorite Poem Project," and people talk about how poetry can be a powerful means of expression.
- Explores life at the Abbey of Gethsemani in Nelson County, one of the best-known monasteries in the world, showcasing its beauty and serenity while examining the struggles of those who live there. Produced and directed by Morgan Atkinson with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production, this program received a Gabriel Award from the Catholic Academy for Communications Arts Professionals.
- Start Up
- #101 "Zombies, Pickles and Cheese Oh My!" [TV-G]
- A grilled cheese food truck in Milwaukee, a pickle company in Detroit, and more are showcased. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #605 "Yoga Dance" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #121 "Good-Bye T-Bone/The Truth About Dogs and Cats" [TV-Y]
- Clifford and Cleo misunderstand a conversation they overhear and think that T-Bone is moving away. Two cats move into the tree next door to T-Bone, and the dogs try everything to chase them away—until they realize they really don't have any reason not to like their new neighbors. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #450 "Roger Cook"
- A discussion with Roger Cook, Taylor County school superintendent. [High-Definition]