Time to Head Outdoors
Kentucky Life celebrates Earth Day with people who care for the environment and get back to nature. Featured are the many trails of Dawson Springs, rock climbers' favorite Miguel's Pizza in Powell County, the volunteers who maintain the Red River Gorge trails, and off-the-grid homesteaders Randy and Jennifer Luethje.
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Fishing Call-In 2014
Tim Farmer and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources answer viewer questions about fishing on Kentucky Afield's annual "Fishing Call-In." • live on Saturday, April 26 at 8/7 pm on KET
2014 Appraisal Fair
Bring your treasures for appraisal to KET's next taping of Kentucky Collectibles. When you donate $100 to KET, you are guaranteed one ticket to our appraisal fair on Saturday, July 26, at the Frazier History Museum in Louisville. Learn More
on One to One
America's Got Talent finalist Jimmy Rose of Pineville talks about his career and performs "Coal Keep the Lights On" on One to One with Bill Goodman. | Watch the program
Coming This Fall
A special Kentucky Muse presentation takes a look at the remarkable story of Actors Theatre of Louisville, now in the midst of its 50th season. The program is scheduled for broadcast on KET in fall 2014. Watch Preview
Louisville's MEGA Cavern is home to the world's only fully underground zip line and ropes challenge courses. Learn more on Louisville Life.
Also on the program:
• A visit to Morris' Deli
• An interview with David Henry, co-author of Furious Cool: Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him
• The storytellers of Moth StorySLAM, part of NPR's Moth Radio Hour
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The March on Frankfort
On March 5, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. and Jackie Robinson led 10,000 people in the March on Frankfort to protest discrimination in public accommodations. Connections with Renee Shaw celebrates the 50th anniversary of the march in a special program looking back at the event. Interviewed are Raoul Cunningham of the Louisville NAACP, former state Sen. Georgia Davis Powers, and John Johnson of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights. Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X Walker closes the program with a reading of his poem, "Kentucke." | Watch Connections
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