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- Keeping Up Appearances
- Problems with the charity shop, Councilor Nugent, Rose's love life, and Daddy have Hyacinth at her wit's end.
- Moyers & Company
- #246 "Zombie Politics and Casino Capitalism" [TV-RE]
- Author Henry Giroux discusses his book, Zombie Politics and Culture in the Age of Casino Capitalism. [High-Definition]
- Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
- Last of the Summer Wine
- #1081 "Return of the Warrior" [TV-PG]
- The boys bid farewell to Seymour and welcome back Foggy. Nora keeps fending off Compo's advances.
- Bluegrass Underground
- #304 "Johnnyswim" [TV-PG]
- The powerful duo deliver artistically rendered folk-pop songs and a uniquely modern, sensual sound. [High-Definition]
- As Time Goes By
- Jean and Lionel take a parental interest in Harry, Sandy's policeman boyfriend.
- #4024 "Asteroid: Doomsday Or Payday?" [TV-PG]
- Would-be asteroid miners dream up their own program to scout for potentially profitable asteroids loaded with billions of dollars-worth of elements like iron, nickel, and platinum. [High-Definition]
- Kentucky Muse
- #201 "Fire and Motion"
- The vibrant glasswork of Stephen Rolfe Powell and the intricate, automata sculpture of Steve Armstrong reveal the distinctive energies of two gifted Kentucky artists.
- The Cafe
- #110 "Time and Tide" [TV-RE]
- It's a big day for Cyril's as Phil gets ready to take the official photograph for the tourist brochure. Chloe makes a surprising discovery. [High-Definition]
- Carol Burnett: The Mark Twain Prize
- Julie Andrews, Tony Bennett, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence,Tina Fey and others celebrate comedic icon Carol Burnett. [High-Definition]
- JFK: American Experience
- #102 "Part Two" [TV-PG]
- John F. Kennedy's successes and failures in the White House including frank appraisals by administration officials and civil rights leaders are explored. [High-Definition]
- Appalshop @ 40: Classics from the Collection
- #108 "Nimrod Workman: To Fit My Own Category/Coal Miner: Frank Jackson/UMWA: A House Divided" [TV-G]
- Nimrod Workman was born in 1895 and spent his life raising a family of eleven by working in the West Virginia coal mines. The film is an extended visit at his home as he and his family prepare meals, build an addition to the house, dig for yellow root, swap jokes with the neighbors, and enjoy each other's company. Next, an early Appalshop film juxtaposes coal miner Frank Jackson's personal recollections of union organizing and mining work with scenes of him in and around the mines. Also, a film of a speech given by W.A. Boyle, president of UMWA, at a miners' rally in Big Stone Gap, Va., in the summer of 1970 with scenes at a mine and interviews with working and disabled miners.
- The Everlasting Stream
- Former Washington Post reporter Walt Harrington and his in-laws and friends tell stories of autumn rabbit hunts in rural Barren County—trips that ultimately taught Harrington valuable lessons in friendship, family, and what constitutes a "well-lived life." A 2006 KET production.
- Masterpiece Classic
- #4207 "Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Seven" [TV-PG]
- In the finale, the family gathers at Downton Abbey for Christmas. [High-Definition]
- JFK: Breaking The News
- This documentary looks at the broadcast coverage of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Jane Pauley narrates. [High-Definition]
- Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom
- #101 "Thanksgiving" [TV-G]
- Why Thanksgiving, which originated in Colonial days, didn't become a federal holiday until 1941; how the bald eagle won out over the turkey as our national bird; and what stuffing our founding fathers preferred.
- Tim Farmer's Homemade Jam
- This Is America & The World
- #1708 "Amb. Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. (Republic of the Philippines)" [TV-G]
- Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines, Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. discusses the growth of the economy of the Philippines. [High-Definition]
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- Trigg Co. Country Ham Festival, chain saw artists Sam Dunning and Tommy Rothrock, and Newport Aquarium's penguin exhibit are featured. [High-Definition]
- #311 "BattleFire!"
- Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss Col. Arthur L. Kelly's BattleFire!, a collection of combat stories of Kentuckians in World War II. A 2001 KET production. Watch Online
- Kentucky Time Capsule
- #103 "Three for Kentucky (Part 2)" [TV-G]
- Journalist Al Smith continues his interviews with three Kentuckians whose families have lived in the state since the nation's founding. Watch Online
- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1712 [TV-RE]
- ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival
- #2013 [TV-PG]
- This program features selected performances from the Americana Music Festival in Nashville, including Dr. John, Stephen Stills, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, and more. [High-Definition]
- Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives
- Discover the history of Davis Bottom, a diverse, tight-knit, working class neighborhood near downtown Lexington settled mainly by African-Americans after the Civil War. A production of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey and the Kentucky Heritage Council. [High-Definition]