On the Court, the
Links, and the Lake
From basketball to trophy fishing, Kentucky Life fights the winter doldrums with a look at Kentucky sports. On tap are the Marshall County Hoops Fest, historical markers about baseball, the Kentucky State Parks Golf Trail, and trophy fishing at Dale Hollow Lake.
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CafePress: More than T-Shirts
Louisville Life visits CafePress Inc. in its new Kentucky home and learns how it's so much more than customized T-shirts.
Also on the program:
• A profile of All About Horses, an after-school program at the South Louisville Community Center that offers middle and high school students the chance to learn about the horse industry
• An interview with Ken Clay, co-author of Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History
• A visit to Louisville's Bussmann's Bakery
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Pitino and the State of College Basketball
Rick Pitino, head coach of the University of Louisville men's basketball team and author of The One Day Contract, reflects on his career and the game today in an interview with New York Times columnist Joe Nocera on KET's Great Conversations. Watch the Program
The second season of Kentucky Collectibles continues sharing local culture through the stories of Kentuckians and their prized possessions. | Broadcast Schedule
The Best of Jubilee
The DVD or Blu-ray featuring The Best of the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fanfest in Nashville is now available for purchase. See the Jubilee page for details and catch the best of the season as veteran stars and rising young groups are featured in performances from the 2012 IBMA Fan Fest. | Broadcast Schedule
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
UPike's James Hurley
on One to One
James Hurley, president of Pikeville University, talks about the school's mission to educate the youth of the mountains and its open admissions policy on One to One with Bill Goodman. "Over 50 percent of our students each year are first generation (college students)," he said. "And well over 60 percent of our students are students of poverty." | Watch the program
From Author Forum
After the taping of Great Conversations at the Kentucky Author Forum in Louisville, the audience is invited to ask questions of the author. KET presents these after-the-show segments as online exclusives. Recently added to the collection are videos featuring Congressman John Lewis and Pat Conroy.
Severe Weather Questions?
Experts answer questions about preparing for the spring storm season in KET's annual edition of Severe Weather: Staying Safe. | Watch the Program
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