Doug Flynn enjoys a scenic boat ride through locks on the Kentucky River; Kentucky veterans of the Vietnam War share their stories; and ghostly tales give Old Louisville a spooky reputation.
Appraisers examine the "Sword of Perryville" as well as a collection of antique Kentucky bourbon bottles found in the garbage.
The Moonshine Co. takes a family tradition of back-country distilling to downtown Paducah, the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Frankfort honors those who gave their lives during this conflict in a profound way, and Maysville is the home of the Wald Cycle Company, a company with over a hundred years of ingenuity.
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.
Doug meets the cuddly new baby animals at the Cincinnati Zoo. What are the facts behind the Eastern Kentucky legend of Swift's Silver Mine? Kentucky Horseshoeing School in Richmond trains the best farriers in the nation.
It's a family effort for Greenup County's Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department, Doug visits the Mennonite community near Scottsville and meets custom knife maker Sam Stoner, and Lake Cumberland's Stripertime puts Doug's angler reputation to the test.
How many species of mussels are there in Kentucky? What is the biggest moth in the state? What is the function of the blue tail on baby skinks? Chad Miles and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources answer viewers' queries about the diversity of wildlife in Kentucky.