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- BBC World News America
- #17295 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #408 "Doggie Duties" [TV-Y]
- Ruff has to go... bad! He tries to get through the show without an accident, and learns from Liza and Sterling all about "dog duties." He also finds out how astronauts deal with waste in space when he sends Bethany and Isaac to NASA to learn about recycling liquids on the International Space Station. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Tonight
- #2043 "Federal Budget and Debt Ceiling"
- Bill and his guests discuss the federal budget and debt ceiling. Scheduled guests: Jonathan Miller, former Kentucky state treasurer and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Brad Cummings, former chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party; John Heyrman, political science professor at Berea College; and Stephen Voss, political science professor at the University of Kentucky. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Nightly Business Report
- #32230 [TV-RE]
- #504 "EcoHaven Ooze" [TV-Y]
- When Hacker discovers that the liquid ooze that feeds the animals of EcoHaven also gives him an energy boost, he decides to drain the pond and take the ooze home. While trying to penetrate the fort he has built around the pond, the CyberSquad takes inspiration from an ancient Greek story and builds a giant "Trojan Ducky." [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10782 [TV-RE]
- Rick Steves' Europe
- #607 "Oslo" [TV-G]
- The proud spirit of the Norwegian people shines in every dimension of their capital city - from its once-fearsome Viking ships to its sleek new Opera House, from tales of World War II heroism to the constant festival of its thriving harborfront. Connecting with the culture, Rick enjoys art - from Vigeland's statues to Monch's scream - and caps things off by joining local friends for a sail on their fjord. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Health
- #902 "Chronic Pain Management"
- Dr. James Patrick Murphy discusses social and medical issues in chronic pain management. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #841 "Sena Jeter Naslund"
- Author Sena Jeter Naslund, director for the MFA program at Spalding University in Louisville, discusses her new novel, The Fountain of St. James Court; or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky Time Capsule
- #108 "A Time Remembered" [TV-G]
- A look back at Louisville's early history, from the first settlement on Corn Island in 1778 to the end of the 19th century. By the mid-1800s, Louisville had become one of the most important cities in the country. At the end of the century, the steamboat era came to an end, and the city's economy made the transition to railroad transportation. Watch Online
- #1701 "Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press/The Del McCoury Band"
- Bluegrass legends Bobby Osborne and Del McCoury perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross
- #101 "The Black Atlantic (1500-1800)" [TV-PG]
- Beginning a full century before the first documented '20-and-odd' slaves arrived at Jamestown, Virginia, this episode portrays the earliest Africans, both slave and free, who arrived on these shores. [High-Definition]
- Headwaters: Real Stories from Rural America
- #106 "Commitment" [TV-G]
- "Hands On: A Year in an Eastern Kentucky Classroom" is a warm, funny look at education reform. "Belinda," is the portrait of an AIDS activist.
- Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle
- #103 "A Hero Can Be Anyone (1978-Present)" [TV-PG]
- Superheroes are enthusiastically embraced in all forms of media, beginning with the historic Superman movie featuring Christopher Reeve. In 1986, Batman is overhauled as The Dark Knight to reflect the nocturnal underside of his character, and Watchmen illuminates a violent and politicized world. [High-Definition]
- In Performance at the White House
- #1703 "The Motown Sound" [TV-G]
- The East Room is the setting for this all-star tribute as President and Mrs. Obama salute musical stars from the label's golden age as well as young performers influenced by Motown and its powerful legacy. [High-Definition]
- Wilderness Road
- Author and University of Kentucky professor Gurney Norman retraces the route of the famous pioneer trail from Kingsport, TN to Boonesborough and gets perspectives on the region's history from a retired forester, a Cherokee teacher, and a Laurel County farmer. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- #3114 "Hunting The Nightmare Bacteria" [TV-RE]
- A look at the alarming rise of untreatable infections in hospitals, communities, and across the globe. Fueled by decades of antibiotic overuse, the crisis has deepened as major drug companies have abandoned the development of new antibiotics. [High-Definition]
- Scott & Bailey
- #111 [TV-PG]
- In an interview with Geoff Hastings, Janet learns much more than she bargained for. Rachel and the rest of the team investigate the brutal, racially motivated murder of a 21-year-old taxi driver. [High-Definition]
- Spirit of the Land
- A profile of the nine Kentuckians who were part of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery. Produced by Steve Barger with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Morehead & Northfork Railroad
- The film depicts the rise and fall of the railroad from the early 1900's to the 1970's. The Morehead & NorthFork Railroad in Rowan County created jobs, a town, and saved many lives during the horrific 1939 flood. But now, it's a forgotten landmark which has a century long story to tell. [High-Definition]
- BBC World News
- #23295 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19217 [TV-RE]
- Conversations with Champions
- #103 "Mary T. Meagher" [TV-G]
- Host Billy Reed talks with Louisville native and former Olympic swimming star Mary T. Meagher about her life and career. A Georgetown College production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
- GED Connection
- #108 "Grammar and Usage" [TV-G]
- Reviews typical grammar and usage problems writers encounter.
- Tavis Smiley
- #3017 [TV-RE]
- In Performance at the Governor's Mansion
- #103 "From Bluegrass to Blues—Roots of Kentucky Music"
- Outstanding Kentucky artists present music associated with summer. The Eastern Kentucky University Brass Quintet performs band music, Homer Ledford plays traditional bluegrass, and Robert Phillips and the Fender Benders play the blues. A 1997 KET production.