Kentucky veterans tell personal stories of their time in Vietnam.
The University of Kentucky this fall unveiled new statues at Commonwealth Stadium honoring four football players who broke the color barrier. Billy Reed speaks with Wilbur Hackett Jr., one of the four players featured, and Paul Karem, who led the effort to honor the men.
The popular singing quartet that originated at Western Kentucky University in the 1950s is profiled.
Autumn rabbit hunts in rural Barren County offer valuable lessons on what constitutes a "well-lived life" for former Washington Post reporter Walt Harrington in this KET documentary based on Harrington's memoir. A brief epilogue to the 2006 film provides an update of what has happened to the family since the program originally aired.
Baker-Bird Winery in Augusta lays claim to the glory days of a historic Northern Kentucky winery, garden designer Jon Carloftis and Dale Fisher share the history and beauty of their restored 19th century home in downtown Lexington, and Kentucky Life revisits famed folk artist Minnie Adkins.
This program looks at those who do good work. As Mother Teresa becomes Saint Teresa, we visit her Missionaries of Charity chapter in Jenkins; Misfit Island Wildlife Rescue Center cares for hundreds of animals in Henderson; volunteers keep Kentucky's State Nature Preserves in fine form; and Danville's Grace Cafe is a pay-what-you-can community restaurant committed to providing locally-sourced, nutritious food to residents.