Taking to the Skies

Lee Bottom Flying Field, a 4,000-foot grass runway near Hanover, Indiana, that is privately owned and operated, is a favorite of antique and classic airplane owners from around the region. Each year, the September "Fly-In" attracts hundreds of vintage airplanes and early aviation enthusiasts for a weekend of fellowship and fun. Louisville Life takes you there. Watch Video

War of the Worlds

Louisville Life's "Throwback Louisville" segment highlights Louisville's unique role in the panic following Orson Welles’ 1938 broadcast of the radio show War of the Worlds. Watch Video

Dave Does It!

From ballroom dancing to roofing to trophy fishing, Kentucky Life host Dave Shuffett has tackled just about anything for the "Dave Does It!" segments of the program. Here's a sampling of the 16 segments that have aired since 2009.

Ballroom Dancing: Ballroom dancing is all the rage, and Dave travels to Covington for lessons at the Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center.

Roofing: Armed with shingles and the knowledge that a house is only as good as its roof, Dave gets his on-the-job training from Ray Nolan Roofing in Louisville.

Trophy Fishing: What does it take to land a trophy fish? Dave's guide is Bobby Gentry, who teaches Dave a casting technique called "the Float-n-Fly."

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What's It Worth?

Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Harvey Joiner painting and a signed Neil Armstrong photograph in the season premiere of Kentucky Collectibles. In addition, Amy Hess travels to the Kentucky Folk Art Center in Morehead for a look at the Chester Cornett rocking chair exhibit. • Saturday, Nov. 1 at 4:30/3:30 pm on KET

Hunting Questions?

Kentucky Afield hosts its annual fall hunting call-in program this weekend. Tim Farmer and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will respond to viewer questions during the live, hour-long special. • Saturday, Nov. 1 at 8/7 pm on KET

Road Trip

When classic car enthusiast Gil Russell of London offered Dave Shuffett of Kentucky Life the chance for a road trip to Clay County in his choice of Model A's and T's, Dave knew he'd enjoy himself. His trip to Red Bird, however, also included a history lesson: The Daniel Boone National Forest played a small role in the early days of the auto industry. Watch Video

Celebrating a Ballerina

Louisville native Wendy Whelan gave her last performance on Oct. 18 as principal dancer with the New York City Ballet, retiring after a 30-year ballet career. Watch performance segments and interviews in KET's Emmy-nominated documentary "Wendy Whelan: Moments of Grace." Watch Video