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- Magic Moments—The Best of '50s Pop (My Music #102)
- Mary Lou Metzker, Phyllis McGuire, Pat Boone, Debbie Reynolds, and Patti Page host a mix of new live performances and archival footage featuring a cavalcade of 1950s pop music legends. Performers include the McGuire Sisters (who reunite for the first time since 1967), the Lennon Sisters, the Chordettes, the Crew Cuts, the Four Lads, the Four Aces, the Four Coins, Don Cherry, and Gogi Grant. Tribute montages also highlight the work of Dean Martin, Perry Como, Rosemary Clooney, and Johnny Ray. [High-Definition]
- Tim Farmer's Homemade Jam
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #206 "Space Memorabilia/Winchester Yellowboy Rifle/Wilson and Sawyier Paintings"
- Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a piece of Conway Twitty space memorabilia, a Winchester Yellowboy rifle, and paintings by Kentucky artists Robert Burns Wilson and Paul Sawyier. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley
- Vintage photos, interviews, and video footage reveal the intensity of Elvis Presley's love for and devotion to gospel music. Even offstage, Elvis sometimes broke into impromptu gospel performances. His commitment to the form was tested many times by producers and record label executives, but not by Grammy voters, who ignored Presley's number-one hits but rewarded three of his best gospel performances. [High-Definition]
- #1304 "JJ Grey & Mofro Plus 15 Year-Old Slade Warnken" [TV-G]
- JJ Grey & Mofro bring a grimy blend of front porch soul and down-home storytelling to the WoodSongs stage. Slade Warnken brings down the house with Otis Reddings "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay."
- Celtic Woman: Home for Christmas
- Vocalists Lisa Lambe, Susan McFadden, Meav Ni Mhaolchatha, and violinist Mairead Nesbitt perform timeless holiday favorites with their signature Celtic twist under the musical direction of David Downes. [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]
- Statler Brothers Farewell Concert
- One of country music's most popular acts blend their four-part harmony in a final concert in 2002. [High-Definition]
- The Appalachians
- #101 [TV-G]
- When the first European settlers arrive in the Allegheny, Cumberland, and Blue Ridge mountains in the 17th century, they trade and intermarry with the Shawnee, Choctaw, Creek, and Cherokee who have lived there for centuries. But by the mid-18th century, the swelling pioneer population leads to decades of combat on the Appalachian frontier that eventually forces the natives out. As the Scotch-Irish and other immigrants settle in, the isolation of the mountains helps preserve the cultural traditions they have brought with them. The men of Appalachia fight bravely in the American Revolution, but then rail at taxes and regulations imposed by the new American government. Evangelical revivals sweep the region in the 18th and early 19th centuries, and traditional music mingles with the rhythms used by African slaves to form a glorious new gospel music.
- Burt Bacharach's Best (My Music Presents)
- Dionne Warwick, Tom Jones, and other artists perform Burt Bacharach songs in clips from the 1960s-1970s. [High-Definition]
- Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy
- Exercise designed to address all joints which have stiffened with age or become less mobile from injury or inactivity. [High-Definition]
- The Appalachians
- #102 [TV-G]
- In the 1830s, the growing nation sets its sights on land still owned by Indians, and President Andrew Jackson orders the removal of the Cherokee to Oklahoma. Slavery and other social and economic differences widen the gap between the North and South, and the Appalachian region is caught in between, with many families divided between the Union and the Confederacy. The violence and chaos leave scars on mountain life for years to come. After the Civil War, railroads are built, forests are cut, and outside owners buy up the land. A conflict between two timbering families, the Hatfields and the McCoys, becomes a legendary "blood feud," and outsiders create the damaging stereotype of a stupid, violent hillbilly. Timbering and coal mining bring jobs, but the workers find their lives controlled by the companies. The United Mine Workers' union organizing attempts are resisted by the owners, often with violence, and resentments explode in a series of devastating strikes known as the "great coal wars."
- The Best of the 60s (My Music Archives)
- The best rock, folk, and pop performances from the decade that transformed America are showcased. [High-Definition]
- Oscar Hammerstein II - Out of My Dreams
- Glee star Matthew Morrison hosts a celebration of the most acclaimed lyricist of the 20th century. Hammerstein worked in the theater for over 40 years, writing the lyrics for over a thousand songs and the books for 45 operettas and musicals. [High-Definition]
- The Appalachians
- #103 [TV-G]
- As the 20th century begins, the phonograph and the radio expose the mountain people to new influences and take mountain music across America. But times are hard, and Appalachia falls into an economic depression even before the rest of the country. President Roosevelt's New Deal brings electricity, WPA and CCC jobs, and new infrastructure, and FDR becomes a hero in Appalachia. Then World War II begins taking many young people away from the mountains, and postwar mechanization replaces coal miners and sends more people to Northern cities in search of jobs. For those who try to stay home, it becomes harder to hold onto land as state and federal governments claim property for dams and family farmsteads are flooded. The 1960s War on Poverty again sends federal aid into Appalachia, but television and magazines show painful images of hunger and poverty, reinforcing the stereotype of the poor hillbilly.
- Kentucky Muse
- #402 "Harry Dean Stanton: Crossing Mulholland"
- Kris Kristofferson, Billy Bob Thornton, critic Leonard Maltin are among those interviewed in this profile of Kentucky-born character actor Harry Dean Stanton. The documentary explores Stanton's early life in Kentucky, his love of music, and his extensive work in films, including his leading role in Paris, Texas. A 2011 KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online