- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1708 [TV-RE]
- Secrets of the Tower of London
- Go behind the ancient walls of this nearly 1000 year-old formidable fortress in the city of London and learn some surprising facts about one of England's most famous icons. [High-Definition]
- The Haunting Tradition
- Retells tales of the supernatural—hauntings, strange noises, and apparitions—passed on through generations of Western Kentucky storytellers. A 1993 KET production. Watch Online
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- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #842 "Maurice McTigue"
- Maurice McTigue, vice-president for outreach at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, discusses Kentucky's economic competitiveness with other states. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #702 [TV-G]
- Author Ethan Mordden discusses his book Anything Goes: A History of American Musical Theatre.
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4332 "The Paradise, Part Four" [TV-PG]
- Moray forges ahead with his plans to buy up the other shops on the street. Some light is shed on Jonas' mysterious past and Denise learns a lesson when her latest idea doesn't go as planned. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2907 "Oct. 24, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #108 "Rising Fawn and the Fire Mystery"
- A tale about cultural identity from Choctaw history, told by Native American storyteller Marilou Awiakta.
- Chef's Life
- #107 "Muscadine Time" [TV-G]
- Ben, Vivian, and the twins pick muscadine grapes at a small local vineyard while learning the history of this native grape. Vivian makes a pizza with mulled muscadines. [High-Definition]
- From the Ground Up
- #103 "Architecture of Religion"
- A survey of religious structures in Kentucky, from log churches to grand cathedrals. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- European Journal
- #3143 "Europe's Largest Man-Made Nature Reserve" [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4203 "Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Three" [TV-PG]
- Isobel and Cora lock horns over control of Downton's medical role, Mrs. Bird starts a soup kitchen, and Matthew and William embark on a perilous patrol behind German lines. [High-Definition]
- The Battle of Mill Springs
- Byron Crawford hosts a new look at the Civil War battle fought on the north side of the Cumberland River in what is present day Nancy, Ky., in January 1862, a Union victory at which the dead included Confederate Brig. Gen. Felix Zollicoffer.
- Scully/The World Show
- #1627 [TV-G]
- China's Challenges
- #104 "China Can Produce, Can China Create?" [TV-G]
- New technologies that China is developing and intellectual property rights are discussed. [High-Definition]
- 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]
- Frost Flowers
- A Chris Korrow documentary about frost flowers, also known as "ice flowers." These spectacular icy "blooms" occur for just a few short days a year, with magnificent displays only occurring every six years or so. Thousands of photos along with time-lapse photography and an original score help to illustrate this artistry in nature. [High-Definition]
- Profiles Everett McCorvey, director of the opera program at the University of Kentucky, as he tours from West Virginia to Brazil with the American Spiritual Ensemble and mounts a stage production of Mozart's Don Giovanni. Produced by Eren McGinnis and Ari Palos with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- Space Shuttle: A Horizon Guide
- The Shuttle story has been characterized by incredible triumphs, but blighted by devastating tragedies. This program asks what its legacy will be. Will it be remembered as an impressive chapter in human space exploration, or as a fatally flawed white elephant? [High-Definition]
- Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Center Stage
- This performance documentary captures the history and legacy of the 1959 play "A Raisin in the Sun" and the prequel "Clybourne Park" and explores the backstage challenges of mounting two issue-driven plays simultaneously. [High-Definition]
- Figaro! Living in the Moment of a Character
- Singers from The Louisville School of Music and the Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland perform The Marriage of Figaro thousands of miles apart. Extensive filming throughout the production's three-month period provides insight into the rigorous schedule of its performers and behind-the-scenes of all the departments that brought the audience to its feet.
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #117 "Temas en la historia de E.U." [TV-G]
- Explores key events and themes—such as the nation's multicultural nature—that have made the United States what it is today.
- Craft in America
- #501 "Forge" [TV-PG]
- Exceptional artists who work with the forging of metal magically transformed by fire are profiled. [High-Definition]
- Start Up
- #104 "Break Away and Take A Vacation" [TV-G]
- A unique bed-and-breakfast in Brooklyn and an indoor mountain bike park in Milwaukee are visited. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #620 "Shoulder Stand Fun" [TV-G]
- Clifford's Puppy Days
- #125 "The Halloween Bandit/An Honest Spin" [TV-Y]
- The dessert buffet at a Halloween party is raided, and the evidence seems to point to Clifford. But his loyal friends stand behind him and do a bit of detective work to unmask the real culprit. Later, Clifford accidentally breaks Daffodil's toy, and Norville advises him to try to hide the truth from her. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #501 "Rep. Ed Whitfield"
- A discussion with U.S. Congressman Ed Whitfield, (R-Ky). [High-Definition]