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- BBC World News America
- #17326 [TV-RE]
- Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman
- #419 "How to Really Train Your Dog" [TV-Y]
- Uncle MacRuffmantosh takes a train to find Helmet of Victory but the train is filled with riddles. Ruff sends the FETCHers to figure out the riddles on the train. [High-Definition]
- 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.
- Nightly Business Report
- #32253 [TV-RE]
- #902 "Going Solar" [TV-Y]
- The CyberSquad and Digit work to restore power at Radopolis skate park. [High-Definition]
- PBS NewsHour
- #10805 [TV-RE]
- Up Front with Jonathan Bastian
- Author Jon Gertner discusses his book, The Idea Factory. Joel Dudley of Mount Sinai Hospital discusses the future of genetics. [High-Definition]
- Wendell Ford: From Yellow Creek to the Potomac
- A personal retrospective of the career of Kentucky's most prominent political leader in the last quarter of the 20th century. This 1999 KET production explores not only Ford's career as a state senator, lieutenant governor, governor, and U.S. senator, but also the state of politics in the late 20th century.
- Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
- #1022 "Income Shift" [TV-RE]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #4004 "Nov. 22, 2013"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Jamie Lucke, editorial page writer, Lexington Herald-Leader; Mark Maynard, editor, Ashland The Independent; and Don Wilkins, opinion page editor, Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Doc Martin
- #407 "Do Not Disturb" [TV-PG]
- To solve her farm's money problems, Aunt Joan starts a small bed-and-breakfast business. Pauline's suspicions are confirmed when she steams open a confidential letter addressed to Martin and discovers his contract offer for the London job. Martin deals with the victim of an accident without hesitation, proving to both himself and Edith that his blood phobia is completely cured, and he is now fully able to be a surgeon in London again. [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.
- The McLaughlin Group
- #3148 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky's Greenside
- #103 "kyGREEN.tv - A Year of Living Green in Kentucky!" [TV-G]
- Take a trip to western Kentucky and learn more about ethanol production in the state. Hang out with the creators of the Lily Rainbarrel in Lexington and visit with the folks at Ky. Eagle Inc. Head to Louisville and spend time with a local business that uses recycled equipment to make posters, cards, and invitations and spend some time in Frankfort for I Love the Mountains Day. Also, some tips and informative facts you can use to impress your friends. [High-Definition]
- Washington Week with Gwen Ifill
- #5321 [TV-RE]
- Movie Classics
- #1078 "Strangers on a Train" [TV-PG]
- A psychopath and a tennis player meet in a club car and plot that each will murder someone for the other. Robert Walker, Farley Granger, and Ruth Roman star. (1951)
- Kentucky Muse
- #202 "Finding Higher Ground"
- Interviews and performance excerpts show how music and drama bring people in Harlan, Kentucky, together to talk about a life-and-death challenge facing the community—prescription drug abuse.
- Charlie Rose: The Week
- #119 [TV-RE]
- Nashville 2.0
- Experience a variety of musical genres through the vibrancy of Nashville's Americana music scene. From Emmylou Harris to Mumford and Sons, Rosanne Cash to The Mavericks, this program celebrates the American musical melting pot. [High-Definition]
- Louisville Life
- #807 "Bourbon Barrel Furniture/The Root Cellar/Charles Cash - architect/Icelandic Horses"
- Wood artisan Jason Cohen talks about his bourbon barrel furniture; The Root Cellar is a local food store located in the Old Louisville and Germantown neighborhoods; architect Charles Cash, a member of the American Institute of Architects, discusses KET's Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville project; and Icelandic horses are being introduced into Kentucky by Gudmar Petursson, a breeder with farms in Iceland and Oldham County. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Music Anywhere
- Woody Pines at train tracks downtown, Palisades at Morlan Gallery, Marisa Anderson, Ben de la Cour at Millpond, and Summer Smoke at Arcadium are featured. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Lincoln: The Kentucky Years
- Based on the KET documentary Lincoln: 'I, too, am a Kentuckian', the program explores Lincoln's early life in Kentucky and its impact on him. Watch Online
- BBC World News
- #23326 [TV-RE]
- Charlie Rose
- #19240 [TV-RE]
- #1705 "Steep Canyon Rangers/Sleepy Man Banjo Boys"
- North Carolina bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers and the young picking stars Sleepy Man Banjo Boys perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky Life
- #1906 "Boone's Bones/Taylor Co. Marker/Somerset's Fountain Square/Coal Country Beeworks"
- The gravesite of Kentucky frontiersman Daniel Boone is the number one tourist attraction in Frankfort, but is he actually buried there; a Taylor County historic marker describes the origins of Campbellsville University; Amy Hess tours the Pulaski County city of Somerset and visits its newly renovated Fountain Square; and in Perry County, Coal Country Beeworks is committed to re-establishing bees and beekeeping in the region. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #1303 "Blue Sky Riders: Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman & Gary Burr" [TV-G]
- The group features the one-and-only Kenny Loggins and Nashville songwriters Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr. They perform songs from their debut album, Finally Home.
- Tavis Smiley
- #3040 [TV-RE]
- Reel Visions: Spotlight on Kentucky Filmmakers
- #122 "Films by Thom Southerland and Michael Molloy"
- Thom Southerland's film Last Glimpse explores the idea of the supernatural and the dynamics of family relationships. A video by Michael Molloy called CJIII is an art installation that illustrates his feelings about a close friend being sent to Iraq. [High-Definition] Watch Online