- GED Connection
- #105 "Organized Writing" [TV-G]
- Experienced writers offer useful organizing techniques.
- Tavis Smiley
- #3009 [TV-RE]
- #1719 "The Best of the 2012 IBMA Fan Fest (Part 1)"
- Veteran stars and rising young groups are featured in performances from the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
12:30 am Friday, October 11
- Louisville Life
- #801 "Ann Klem - St. James Court Art Show/Flea Off Market/Leadership Louisville/Dainty Festival"
- Meet visual artist Ann Klem and visit the St. James Court Art Show; Flea Off Market, a once-a-month outdoor bazaar offering a wide variety of unique items; an interview with Cynthia Knapek, president of Leadership Louisville; and Dainty Festival keeps a German tradition alive in Louisville's Schnitzelburg neighborhood. A 2013 KET production hosted by Candyce Clifft. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Tavis Smiley
- #3008 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19209 [TV-RE]
- The This Old House Hour
- #1202 [TV-G]
- Norm tours the Bay Head, New Jersey revetment project and gets a lesson on FEMA zones and foundations. Roger builds a garden bed for chili pepper plants in New Mexico and Richard repairs a leaky toilet. [High-Definition]
- Sojourn of the Strings
- From slave cabins on the plantation, through the minstrel era, into white Appalachia and eventually into the hands of Pete Seeger, this film traces the evolution of the banjo. [High-Definition]
- Doc Martin
- #505 "Remember Me" [TV-PG]
- PC Joe Penhale has an unexpected visitor in the shape of his ex-wife Maggie. Joe takes her to Large's restaurant, where fellow diner Martin quickly spots that Maggie is showing symptoms of amnesia. Louisa's mother Eleanor catches up with her old school friend Paul, a local fisherman, who takes her out on a date. Morwenna arrives at the surgery with an injured foot. PC Penhale warns Martin and Louisa that if they do not register a name for their baby soon, the state will be forced to step in. [High-Definition]
- Call The Midwife
- #102 [TV-14]
- As Jenny Lee settles into her role, there is a new arrival at Nonnatus House - Chummy. A welcome pair of extra hands, Chummy sets about showing her worth, but her overwhelming desire to please and her inability to ride a bike prove obstacles in gaining the respect of Sister Evangelina. Meanwhile, a chance encounter with Mary, a pregnant young runaway, forces Jenny to see an unfamiliar, darker side of life. [High-Definition]
- A Native Presence
- A discussion of the presence of Native Americans in Kentucky's past, as well as current events that show how Kentuckians are embracing this heritage. A look back at the infamous Slack Farm looting incident, in which hundreds of graves were desecrated, focuses on laws passed since then to protect archaeologically and culturally important sites, while scenes from powwows and other events around the state show the vitality of the state's contemporary American Indian community. A 1995 KET production.
- 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]
- Genealogy Roadshow
- #103 "San Francisco" [TV-PG]
- Stories include Chinese immigration and the mob, the 1906 earthquake, a founding father and his whale story, and an infamous villain connection. [High-Definition]
- Burgoo! Legendary Stew of the South
- Explores the Kentucky origins and modern chefs of this unique concoction.
- Chesapeake Bay by Air
- Captures the unparalleled wild beauty, rich history, and natural serenity of the bay from 2,000 feet. [High-Definition]
- Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation
- #106 "Flying High" [TV-PG]
- A behind-the-scenes look at how Earthflight was made features drones and camera-carrying birds. [High-Definition]
- The Filson Presents
- #105 "Pen Bogert - From Brass Bands to Jazz"
- Pen Bogert discusses how free African-Americans led popular string and brass bands in Louisville in the antebellum era, thereby providing a direct link between antebellum music and the origins of jazz in the city. [High-Definition]
- The Kentucky Theatre
- An affectionate look at the history of Lexington's downtown movie house, the Kentucky Theatre, by filmmakers Eren McGinnis and Ari Palos (Beyond the Border). From its opening in 1922 to the present, the Kentucky has been a vital part of downtown Lexington. Its story is warmly told by historians, patrons, manager Fred Mills, and others. Supported in part by the KET Fund for Independent Production. Watch Online
- News Quiz
- #2905 "Oct. 10, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #4017 "Megastorm Aftermath" [TV-PG]
- An investigation of Hurricane Sandy focuses on the critical questions raised by the historic storm. [High-Definition]
- Distinguished Kentuckian
- #109 "Earl D. Wallace" [TV-G]
- In 1961, well-known Kentucky businessman and civic leader Earl D. Wallace spearheaded the effort to restore the Shaker village in Mercer County. He remained chairman of the board of the new nonprofit education corporation Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill until his death in 1990. This interview and tribute was taped in October 1982. A KET production. Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #106 "Soap/Cat and Rat"
- The tale of a forgetful little boy and how forgetfulness gets him into trouble and a story of how the rat lost his tail and got it back again, both told by Appalachian storytellers Tom Bledsoe and Rich Kirby.
- Roundabout U
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #609 "Better Backs" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #125 "Clothes Don't Make the Dog/Short-Changed" [TV-Y]
- T-Bone gets a new sweater, but he's too embarrassed to wear it after Mac teases him about it. Emily Elizabeth worries about all the attention Clifford is paying to Skyscraper Jackson, a visiting basketball player. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #101 "Master of Still Life: Mary Ann Currier"
- The still lifes and other paintings of Louisvillian Mary Ann Currier are recognized as remarkable contributions to American realism. And her influence as a teacher has shaped generations of young Kentucky artists. Watch Online