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- Sesame Street
- #4309 "Practice Makes Proud" [TV-Y]
- Leela gives Elmo some pointers about how to play basketball and after much practice, he scores! [High-Definition]
- Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
- #1713 [TV-RE]
- Kentucky Life
- #1507 "Dog Scouts/Three Springs Dinner/Flaget High School Alumni Association/Paw Pals" [TV-G]
- Dogs earn their merit badges for good citizenship just like the Boy Scouts; Chef Ouita Michel visits Three Springs Farm in Nicholas County; although the school is closed, the Flaget High School Alumni Association is still going strong with notable graduates like former professional football player Paul Hornung and others; and more Paw Pals. 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- #508 "Ruby River"
- Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss Lynn Pruett's debut novel, which pits the proprietress of an Alabama truck stop against a Pentecostal minister. A 2003 KET production. Watch Online
- Kentucky Collectibles
- #201 "Folk Art Phonograph Dancers/Tiffany Racing Trophy/Kentucky Connection Book"
- Expert appraisers examine treasures including folk art phonograph dancers, a Tiffany Kentucky racing trophy, and a book with a connection to one of Kentucky's beloved historians. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Curious George
- #403 "Girl Meets Monkey/Curious George Ramps It Up" [TV-Y]
- George opens the chicken coop at the Renkins' farm and finds a little girl?! Mrs. Renkins introduces George to Allie, her 5-year-old granddaughter who's spending her summer in the country. Allie is thrilled to meet George and practically runs out of breath asking him a million questions. Hundley takes it upon himself to return the toy a baby dropped in his lobby. But when George sees Hundley racing down the street with the toy in his mouth, George thinks he wants to play, and this delays Hundley. [High-Definition]
- European Journal
- #3148 "Un Calls for End of Racist Santa Spectacle" [TV-G]
- Kentucky Afield
- #2907 [TV-G]
- A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer. [High-Definition]
- The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas!
- This adventure finds the Cat in the Hat, Nick, and Sally on a journey around the world to help a lost reindeer find his way home for Christmas. [High-Definition]
- Heal Yourself: Mind Over Medicine with Lissa Rankin, MD
- Dr. Lissa Rankin explains how thoughts, feelings, and beliefs have been proven to alter the body's health. [High-Definition]
- Bluegrass and Backroads
- A trip to Shaker Village, Cowango Studios in Paducah, artist John Lackey, and fainting goats are featured. [High-Definition]
- Louisville Life
- #718 "Copper Cupcake/Filson Historical Society/Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson/Society of Kentucky Lepidopterists"
- Sample the treats at Copper Cupcake, a small batch bakery in Norton Commons; founded in 1884, The Filson Historical Society collects and preserves Kentucky and Ohio River Valley history; an interview with Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson; and the Society of Kentucky Lepidopterists are credited with identifying more than a thousand moths previously unknown in the state. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Dinosaur Train
- #114 "The Theropod Club/Surprise Party" [TV-Y]
- Buddy's Theropod Club meets with other dinosaurs that walk on two legs, eat meat, and have three-toed feet. But Tiny feels left out until the Club invites her to join too! Shiny, Tiny, and Don throw a surprise party for Buddy on the train and invite a whole caboose full of his friends! [High-Definition]
- Comment on Kentucky
- #4005 "Nov. 29, 2013"
- Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with host Ferrell Wellman. Guests: Jack Brammer, Frankfort bureau chief, Lexington Herald-Leader; Ronnie Ellis, Frankfort reporter, CNHI, Inc.; and Mike Wynn, Frankfort bureau reporter, Louisville Courier-Journal. A KET production. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Shalom Sesame - Chanukah: The Missing Menorah
- It's time to celebrate Chanukah in Israel. Grover is bringing the latkes, and all is well until Anneliese gets caught in a game of tag with a chicken and loses her special menorah - right before sunset! Can her friends find the missing menorah in time? [High-Definition]
- Deepak Chopra: What Are You Hungry for?
- Deepak Chopra lectures on the scientific, behavioral, and medical basis of hunger in all its manifestations and the healthy ways to fulfill it. [High-Definition]
- Connections with Renee Shaw
- #841 "Dr. Dorothy J. Edwards"
- Dr. Dorothy J. Edwards, author of the Green Dot Violence Prevention Strategy, discusses violence prevention. Green Dot, etcetera is an organization built on the premise that we can measurably and systematically reduce violence within any given community applying research across disciplines. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- 3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D.
- Joel Fuhrman offers a healthy, effective, and scientifically proven plan for shedding weight quickly. [High-Definition]
- One to One with Bill Goodman
- #846 "Rafe Sagarin"
- From the 2013 IdeaFestival in Louisville, Rafe Sagarin, an ecologist and professor, discusses his book, Learning from the Octopus: Unleashing Nature's Secrets of Adaptation. [High-Definition] Watch Online
- Kentucky Author Forum Presents
- #304 "A Conversation with James McBride"
- The author of The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother is interviewed by radio personality Christopher Lydon. McBride's best-selling memoir is largely the story of his mother, a Jewish woman who fled Poland for America, married a black man, and raised a large family. A 2001 KET production taped at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville.
- 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]
- John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music)
- Folk legend John Sebastian reflects on the very best of 'The Folk Years' in an all-new show which remembers archival folk (traditional, pop, and folk rock) era classics and culminates in a live reunion of folk singers including Barry McGuire, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds, The Chad Mitchell Trio, Chad & Jeremy, Jesse Colin Young of The Youngbloods, and more. [High-Definition]
- Art Wolfe's Travels to The Edge
- #208 "Wild Asia: Nepal and India" [TV-G]
- Art travels by elephant deep into Kipling country in search of the last of the planet's Bengal tigers. Here, through the lens of his camera, he captures images of mahouts — handlers bound to the elephants they've cared for from childhood — as they bathe and tend to their animals. In Nepal, Art encounters exotic wildlife including rare Asian rhinos, elusive sloth bears, and crocodile-like primeval Gharials.
- 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
- Journeys In Africa
- #113 "Mikumi: The Gateway to The Southern Circuit" [TV-G]
- Many great animals live in Mikumi, against the backdrop of one of the most scenic parks in Africa. [High-Definition]
- Libera: Angels Sing Christmas in Ireland
- The iconic St. Patrick's Cathedral in Armagh, Ireland, is the setting for a performance of Christmas songs by one of the world's most accomplished and acclaimed boy choirs, Libera. [High-Definition]
- Headwaters: Real Stories from Rural America
- #204 "His Eye Is on the Sparrow/Girls' Hoops" [TV-G]
- His Eye Is on the Sparrow profiles Ethel Caffie-Austin, a daughter of the coalfields and West Virginia's "First Lady of Gospel Music." Girls' Hoops explores the history of girls' high school basketball in Kentucky, including its first heyday in the 1920s; the subsequent 42-year ban on statewide competition; its rebirth in the 1970s; and its development into the fiercely competitive, popular sport it has become today.