- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1711 [TV-RE]
- Austin City Limits
- #3907 "Jim James/The Black Angels" [TV-PG]
- My Kentucky Home
- #202 "Woodford County (Part 2)"
- Growing up in small towns provide special experiences that can be fun to remember and share. In this program, Woodford County citizens come together to celebrate the area's uniqueness.
12:30 am Monday, November 18
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #845 "Dr. Michael Benson"
- Dr. Michael Benson discusses his move to Kentucky from Utah to take over as president at Eastern Kentucky University. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Theater Talk
- #705 [TV-G]
- The play A Time to Kill with actors Sebastian Arcelus, John Douglas Thompson, and Patrick Page is discussed.
- Secrets of Scotland Yard
- A look at London's police force sheds light on what it takes to become a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. [High-Definition]
- News Quiz
- #2910 "Nov. 14, 2013" [TV-G]
- [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Telling Tales
- #111 "Wicked John"
- The story of a really mean man, told by Appalachian storytellers and musicians Tom Bledsoe, Rich Kirby, and Joy D'Elia.
- Chef's Life
- #110 "Love Me Some Candied Yams!" [TV-G]
- Vivian introduces viewers to Rob and Amy Hill, proprietors of one of the largest sweet potato farms in the country and two of the restaurant's best customers. [High-Definition]
- From the Ground Up
- #106 "Residential Architecture"
- A look at Kentucky home architectual styles. A 1991 KET production. Watch Online
- European Journal
- #3146 "National Sport: Subway Fare-Dodging" [TV-G]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4335 "The Paradise, Part Seven" [TV-PG]
- As the big day approaches, Moray cannot deny his love for Denise and plans to call off the wedding. [High-Definition]
- Historic Archaeology: Beneath Kentucky's Fields and Streets
- Explores new archaeology investigations into the lives of farmers, slaves, soldiers, immigrants, and laborers during the 1800s in Kentucky. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Scully/The World Show
- #1630 [TV-G]
- Secrets of the Dead
- #1301 "JFK: One PM Central Standard Time" [TV-PG]
- This program chronicles the reporting of the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy within the CBS newsroom from the moment the President was shot until Walter Cronkite's emotional pronouncement of his death. [High-Definition]
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4206 "Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Six" [TV-PG]
- The Spanish flu strikes Downton, disrupting one match, hastening another, and transforming the fortunes of all. Mary, Sybil, and Robert each confront a moment of truth. Anna and Bates know a moment of happiness. [High-Definition]
- Soul Searching: The Journey of Thomas Merton
- The remarkable life and lasting impact of Thomas Merton, one of the spiritual masters of the 20th century. Shot mainly at Merton's Kentucky home, the Abbey of Gethsemani, the program examines Merton's life in Kentucky, the transformations he experienced, and how his influence as a writer and social critic has continued since his death in 1968. Produced by Morgan Atkinson with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- #4022 "Cold Case JFK" [TV-PG]
- State-of-the art forensic tools are applied to investigate the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Will forensics ever be truly foolproof, or does modern technology just give a scientific sheen to a practice that will always be more art than science? [High-Definition]
- Uncommon Vision: The Life and Times of John Howard Griffin
- John Howard Griffin is best known as the white man who in 1959 disguised himself as a black man and then traveled anonymously through the heart of Dixie. From his experiences he wrote Black Like Me. This film focuses on Griffin's social activism and examines how a spiritual commitment led him from a segregated childhood in Fort Worth to fighting with the French Underground, sustained him during ten years of blindness incurred by war injuries, and inspired him during a prolific creative life as a writer/photographer. A Morgan Atkinson production. [High-Definition]
- GED Connection en Espanol
- #120 "Cívico y gobierno" [TV-G]
- Explores the foundations and structure of American government and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
- African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross
- #104 "Making A Way Out of No Way (1897-1940)" [TV-PG]
- The narrow confines of segregation of the Jim Crow era are explored. At the same time, the ascendance of black arts and culture led to the "The Harlem Renaissance" and would redefine how America saw African Americans and how African Americans saw themselves. [High-Definition]
- Harriet Van Meter: A Life Extraordinary
- From her basement in Lexington, Harriet Van Meter started the International Book Project to collect and distribute books to war-torn and impoverished regions around the world, hoping to help bring some measure of peace, understanding, and stability to these areas. To date, the IBP has distributed more than five million books, and Van Meter was a finalist for the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize. Produced by Arthur Rouse and Kiley Lane with support from the KET Fund for Independent Production.
- 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]
- Tim Farmer's Homemade Jam
- Wilderness Trail, The Velvet Blue, Carl Hurley, The Moron Brothers, and J.D. Crowe are featured. [High-Definition]
- Wai Lana Yoga
- #109 "Neti (Sinus and Nasal Cleansing)" [TV-G]
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- #210 "Doggie Detectives/Camping It Up" [TV-Y]
- Equipment is disappearing from the local playground, and K.C. tries to figure out what's happening. Thinking that her camping trip will be boring, Jetta tries to bring all the comforts of home into the woods with her. [High-Definition]
- Dialogue on Public Issues
- #504 "Dr. Paul Chewning"
- A discussion with Dr. Paul Chewning, president of the Appalachian College Association. [High-Definition]