Upcoming Kentucky Programs
on KET and KET2

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Wednesday, August 27
11:30 PM On KET1
Up Front with Jonathan Bastian
#124
Thursday, August 28
7:30 AM On KET2
Connections with Renee Shaw
#945 Frontier Nursing University
Drs. Susan Stone and Julie Marfell of Frontier Nursing University discuss the institution's 75-year legacy as the longest continually-operating and largest midwifery program in the nation.
7:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#819 Louisville Water Tower & U.S. Marine Hospital; Clay & Cotton; Cary Stemle - Business First; Rivue
In the fifth installment of the six part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," we visit two of the city's most iconic landmarks - the Louisville Water Tower and the U.S. Marine Hospital; Margy Taylor makes her home at her business, Clay & Cotton; an interview with Cary Stemle, new managing editor of Louisville's Business First; and Rivue, the only rotating restaurant in the world with two moving floors, offers scenic views of downtown Louisville and the Ohio River.
11:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Health
#910 Wound Care
A discussion about wound care.
Friday, August 29
12:30 AM On KET1
Louisville Life
#819 Louisville Water Tower & U.S. Marine Hospital; Clay & Cotton; Cary Stemle - Business First; Rivue
In the fifth installment of the six part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," we visit two of the city's most iconic landmarks - the Louisville Water Tower and the U.S. Marine Hospital; Margy Taylor makes her home at her business, Clay & Cotton; an interview with Cary Stemle, new managing editor of Louisville's Business First; and Rivue, the only rotating restaurant in the world with two moving floors, offers scenic views of downtown Louisville and the Ohio River.
4:00 AM On KET1
Health Three60
#401 Sleepless In Kentucky
Host Renee Shaw and guests look at the importance of sleep to our overall health, examine sleep disorders like sleep apnea, and discuss how "screens" are leading to more restless nights.
5:30 AM On KET1
Roundabout U
#701
7:30 AM On KET2
Kentucky Health
#910 Wound Care
A discussion about wound care.
5:00 PM On KET2
Connections with Renee Shaw
#946 Tanya Torp and Holly Houston
Community Activist Tanya Torp, program director for Step by Step, a mentoring ministry for at risk single mothers, and Holly Houston, a family court lawyer and co-founder of GLOW - Greater Louisville Outstanding Women, discuss social justice, youth empowerment, leadership development, and girl power.
5:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#819 Louisville Water Tower & U.S. Marine Hospital; Clay & Cotton; Cary Stemle - Business First; Rivue
In the fifth installment of the six part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," we visit two of the city's most iconic landmarks - the Louisville Water Tower and the U.S. Marine Hospital; Margy Taylor makes her home at her business, Clay & Cotton; an interview with Cary Stemle, new managing editor of Louisville's Business First; and Rivue, the only rotating restaurant in the world with two moving floors, offers scenic views of downtown Louisville and the Ohio River.
7:00 PM On KET2
Up Front with Jonathan Bastian
#124
8:00 PM On KET1
Comment on Kentucky
#4044 August 29, 2014
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant, WKYT in Lexington. A KET production.
Saturday, August 30
Midnight On KET1
WoodSongs
#1111 Joan Osborne
Multiple Grammy nominee Joan Osborne performs songs from her new release, Bring It on Home.
12:01 AM On KET1
WoodSongs
#1111 Joan Osborne
Multiple Grammy nominee Joan Osborne performs songs from her new release, Bring It on Home.
7:30 AM On KET2
Comment on Kentucky
#4044 August 29, 2014
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant, WKYT in Lexington. A KET production.
4:30 PM On KET2
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
#221
5:00 PM On KET2
Bluegrass and Backroads
#808
Furniture builder Craig Baines uses recycled wood, a visit to a coal mine and museum in Eastern Kentucky, celebrate Carroll County Tobacco Festival, and visit Boyds Orchard in Versailles.
7:30 PM On KET1
Louisville Life
#820 Caudill Seed Company; Seelbach Hotel & 21c Museum Hotel; Erin Keane - WFPL; American Printing House for the Blind
A visit to Caudill Seed Company that celebrated their 65th year in business in 2012; in the final installment of "Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville," a look at Seelbach Hotel and 21c Museum Hotel; an interview with Erin Keane who covers arts and humanities for WFPL; and American Printing House for the Blind are featured.
8:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1919 BB Riverboats; Cumberland College Marker; White Thoroughbreds; Fort Knox Gold Depository
BB Riverboats, operating from the Newport Landing, have been cruising Northern Kentucky waters for more than 30 years; a historical marker in Whitley County recounts the history of Cumberland College, now the University of the Cumberlands; a look some rare white thoroughbreds in Marshall County; and fascinating information about the U.S. Bullion Depository at Ft. Knox from two knowledgeable insiders are featured.
8:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Afield
#3047
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer.
Sunday, August 31
Midnight On KET2
Jubilee
#1812 Lonesome River Band
Lonesome River Band, a force in bluegrass since its formation in 1982, plays a selection of its hits at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
6:30 AM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#703 One Vacant Chair
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss Joe Coomer's comic and poignant novel about life, death, and family ties. A 2005 KET production.
Noon On KET2
Louisville Life
#820 Caudill Seed Company; Seelbach Hotel & 21c Museum Hotel; Erin Keane - WFPL; American Printing House for the Blind
A visit to Caudill Seed Company that celebrated their 65th year in business in 2012; in the final installment of "Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville," a look at Seelbach Hotel and 21c Museum Hotel; an interview with Erin Keane who covers arts and humanities for WFPL; and American Printing House for the Blind are featured.
12:30 PM On KET1
Comment on Kentucky
#4044 August 29, 2014
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant, WKYT in Lexington. A KET production.
1:00 PM On KET1
One to One with Bill Goodman
#932 Dr. Tom Frieden and Congressman Hal Rogers
Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Congressman Hal Rogers join Bill to discuss efforts to address high rates of obesity, lung cancer and heart disease in Eastern Kentucky, where SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region) recently hosted several town hall meetings with Frieden and other health advocates.
1:30 PM On KET1
Connections with Renee Shaw
#946 Tanya Torp and Holly Houston
Community Activist Tanya Torp, program director for Step by Step, a mentoring ministry for at risk single mothers, and Holly Houston, a family court lawyer and co-founder of GLOW - Greater Louisville Outstanding Women, discuss social justice, youth empowerment, leadership development, and girl power.
4:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1919 BB Riverboats; Cumberland College Marker; White Thoroughbreds; Fort Knox Gold Depository
BB Riverboats, operating from the Newport Landing, have been cruising Northern Kentucky waters for more than 30 years; a historical marker in Whitley County recounts the history of Cumberland College, now the University of the Cumberlands; a look some rare white thoroughbreds in Marshall County; and fascinating information about the U.S. Bullion Depository at Ft. Knox from two knowledgeable insiders are featured.
4:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Afield
#3047
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer.
11:30 PM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#703 One Vacant Chair
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss Joe Coomer's comic and poignant novel about life, death, and family ties. A 2005 KET production.
Monday, September 1
12:30 AM On KET1
One to One with Bill Goodman
#932 Dr. Tom Frieden and Congressman Hal Rogers
Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Congressman Hal Rogers join Bill to discuss efforts to address high rates of obesity, lung cancer and heart disease in Eastern Kentucky, where SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region) recently hosted several town hall meetings with Frieden and other health advocates.
7:30 AM On KET2
Louisville Life
#820 Caudill Seed Company; Seelbach Hotel & 21c Museum Hotel; Erin Keane - WFPL; American Printing House for the Blind
A visit to Caudill Seed Company that celebrated their 65th year in business in 2012; in the final installment of "Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville," a look at Seelbach Hotel and 21c Museum Hotel; an interview with Erin Keane who covers arts and humanities for WFPL; and American Printing House for the Blind are featured.
7:30 PM On KET2
Kentucky Health
#911 Neuropsychiatry
A discussion about Neuropsychiatry.
8:00 PM On KET1
Anne Braden: Southern Patriot
This film explores the extraordinary life of this American civil rights leader. Anne Braden was hailed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail as a white southerner whose rejection of her segregationist upbringing was "eloquent and prophetic." Braden's story explores not only the dangers of racism and political repression but also the power of a woman's life spent in commitment to social justice.
11:30 PM On KET1
Louisville Life
#820 Caudill Seed Company; Seelbach Hotel & 21c Museum Hotel; Erin Keane - WFPL; American Printing House for the Blind
A visit to Caudill Seed Company that celebrated their 65th year in business in 2012; in the final installment of "Ten Buildings That Changed Louisville," a look at Seelbach Hotel and 21c Museum Hotel; an interview with Erin Keane who covers arts and humanities for WFPL; and American Printing House for the Blind are featured.
Tuesday, September 2
7:30 AM On KET2
Kentucky Life
#1919 BB Riverboats; Cumberland College Marker; White Thoroughbreds; Fort Knox Gold Depository
BB Riverboats, operating from the Newport Landing, have been cruising Northern Kentucky waters for more than 30 years; a historical marker in Whitley County recounts the history of Cumberland College, now the University of the Cumberlands; a look some rare white thoroughbreds in Marshall County; and fascinating information about the U.S. Bullion Depository at Ft. Knox from two knowledgeable insiders are featured.
5:30 PM On KET2
Kentucky Afield
#3047
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer.
7:30 PM On KET2
One to One with Bill Goodman
#932 Dr. Tom Frieden and Congressman Hal Rogers
Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Congressman Hal Rogers join Bill to discuss efforts to address high rates of obesity, lung cancer and heart disease in Eastern Kentucky, where SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region) recently hosted several town hall meetings with Frieden and other health advocates.
8:00 PM On KET1
Jubilee
#1813 The Seldom Scene
Bluegrass veterans The Seldom Scene bring their signature sound to the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
11:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1919 BB Riverboats; Cumberland College Marker; White Thoroughbreds; Fort Knox Gold Depository
BB Riverboats, operating from the Newport Landing, have been cruising Northern Kentucky waters for more than 30 years; a historical marker in Whitley County recounts the history of Cumberland College, now the University of the Cumberlands; a look some rare white thoroughbreds in Marshall County; and fascinating information about the U.S. Bullion Depository at Ft. Knox from two knowledgeable insiders are featured.
Wednesday, September 3
Midnight On KET1
Bluegrass and Backroads
#808
Furniture builder Craig Baines uses recycled wood, a visit to a coal mine and museum in Eastern Kentucky, celebrate Carroll County Tobacco Festival, and visit Boyds Orchard in Versailles.
12:30 AM On KET1
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
#221
2:00 AM On KET1
Anne Braden: Southern Patriot
This film explores the extraordinary life of this American civil rights leader. Anne Braden was hailed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail as a white southerner whose rejection of her segregationist upbringing was "eloquent and prophetic." Braden's story explores not only the dangers of racism and political repression but also the power of a woman's life spent in commitment to social justice.
7:30 AM On KET2
One to One with Bill Goodman
#932 Dr. Tom Frieden and Congressman Hal Rogers
Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Congressman Hal Rogers join Bill to discuss efforts to address high rates of obesity, lung cancer and heart disease in Eastern Kentucky, where SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region) recently hosted several town hall meetings with Frieden and other health advocates.