Expert appraisers examine a collection of John C. Breckinridge memorabilia. Plus, the Collectibles crew visits the Antique Boat Center in Cincinnati where old and new techniques are used to bring classic boats back to life.
Explore the ghostly goings-on at Old Louisville's Conrad-Caldwell House. Also featured are Doe-Anderson, a national advertising agency with Louisville headquarters, and Murray craftsman Justin Roberts, who makes traditional willow furniture. Plus, see a bit of KET's "Kentucky Muse" profile guitar man, Merle Travis.
An 1840 graphite portrait with a Kentucky connection is appraised, and host Amy Hess travels to Eastern Kentucky for a look at Antique and Modern Jewelry in Middlesboro.
Civil rights activist Georgia Davis Powers, the first woman and the first African American elected to the Kentucky State Senate, died in Louisville on Jan. 30. She was 92. Powers was ...
Kentucky Life hikes through creeks, and past snakes and bugs, to reach the beautiful wilderness area of Martin's Fork; team spirit and an ancient Chinese tradition fuel the competition of Paducah's colorful Dragon Boat races; and in Kenton County, 3,000 free-range turkeys per year keep Tewes Poultry Farm, a 70 year-old family business, going strong.
It's snowy outside, but Tim Farmer is thinking about spring fishing. He interviews the Kentucky inventor of the AC Shiner top water fishing lure. Retired fisheries biologist Lou Kornman introduces viewers to fishing lure collecting. See a fascinating array of anglers' secret weapons through the ages.
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Civil War diary and a 19th Century fish mount. Host Amy Hess visits the Nostalgia Station Toy Train Museum in Versailles.
Get to know Kentucky Fish & Wildlife Commissioner Greg Johnson during a day off rabbit hunting. Also featured on the program are the latest innovations in archery equipment at the Archery Trade Show in Louisville, as well as fishing for crappie on Green River Lake.