Upcoming Kentucky Programs
on KET and KET2

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Monday, July 28
7:30 AM On KET2
Louisville Life
#815 American Life & Humana Buildings; Muldoon Memorials; Mark Wetherington; Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
In the next part of the series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a tour of two downtown buildings on Main Street; founded by Col. Michael Muldoon in 1854, Muldoon Memorials designs and creates personal and civic monuments; an interview with Mark Wetherington, director of The Filson Historical Society; and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a new attraction on Main Street, are featured.
7:30 PM On KET2
Kentucky Health
#906 Brain Lesions
Dr. Thomas Becherer discusses treatment of lesions affecting the brain.
8:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Tonight
#2133 Contraception and the Affordable Care Act
Bill and his guests discuss contraception and the Affordable Care Act. Scheduled guests: Amy Cubbage, a Louisville lawyer and member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center; Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor.
11:30 PM On KET1
Louisville Life
#815 American Life & Humana Buildings; Muldoon Memorials; Mark Wetherington; Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
In the next part of the series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a tour of two downtown buildings on Main Street; founded by Col. Michael Muldoon in 1854, Muldoon Memorials designs and creates personal and civic monuments; an interview with Mark Wetherington, director of The Filson Historical Society; and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a new attraction on Main Street, are featured.
Tuesday, July 29
7:30 AM On KET2
Kentucky Life
#1915 Lexington Vintage Dance; Louisa - Our Town; YouthBuild Louisville; Agility Dog Trainer
The pageantry and flair of performances by Lexington Vintage Dance; Louisa, the county seat of Lawrence County, is Our Town; YouthBuild Louisville helps young adults reach their potential; and in Paducah, dog trainer Gene Glastetter and his dog Versace have become a successful team in the the fast growing sport of dog agility despite a special challenge.
5:30 PM On KET2
Kentucky Afield
#3042
Champion trap shooter Nora Ross, planning for deer hunting season, and aquatic invasive plants at Paintsville Lake are featured.
7:30 PM On KET2
One to One with Bill Goodman
#927 Naomi Judd
Singer/songwriter, performer, and author Naomi Judd talks about her life and her recovery from a near-death medical experience.
8:00 PM On KET1
Jubilee
#1808 The Grass Stains; Dry Branch Fire Squad; The Moron Brothers
Three popular regional bluegrass groups perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Wednesday, July 30
Midnight On KET1
Bluegrass and Backroads
#1016
Baseball in Fulton Co., Caudill Seed Company, Fancy Farm, and Devines Orchard are featured.
12:30 AM On KET1
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
#216
Tim and Nicki share some classic Greek dishes including Lamb Gyros, Tzatziki Sauce, and Baklava. Jeneen Wiche talks about raising his own lamb.
2:00 AM On KET1
Kentucky Tonight
#2133 Contraception and the Affordable Care Act
Bill and his guests discuss contraception and the Affordable Care Act. Scheduled guests: Amy Cubbage, a Louisville lawyer and member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center; Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor.
7:30 AM On KET2
One to One with Bill Goodman
#927 Naomi Judd
Singer/songwriter, performer, and author Naomi Judd talks about her life and her recovery from a near-death medical experience.
11:30 PM On KET1
Up Front with Jonathan Bastian
#120
Archbishop Joseph Edward Kurtz of Louisville talks about the future of Catholicism.
Thursday, July 31
7:30 AM On KET2
Connections with Renee Shaw
#941 Dr. Robert Hilgers
Renee speaks with Dr. Robert Hilgers, founder and president of the Global Women's Cancer Alliance (WGCA). The WGCA works to advance women's health, addressing particularly those in need of cancer care in developing countries.
7:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#815 American Life & Humana Buildings; Muldoon Memorials; Mark Wetherington; Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
In the next part of the series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a tour of two downtown buildings on Main Street; founded by Col. Michael Muldoon in 1854, Muldoon Memorials designs and creates personal and civic monuments; an interview with Mark Wetherington, director of The Filson Historical Society; and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a new attraction on Main Street, are featured.
11:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Health
#906 Brain Lesions
Dr. Thomas Becherer discusses treatment of lesions affecting the brain.
Friday, August 1
12:30 AM On KET1
Louisville Life
#815 American Life & Humana Buildings; Muldoon Memorials; Mark Wetherington; Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
In the next part of the series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a tour of two downtown buildings on Main Street; founded by Col. Michael Muldoon in 1854, Muldoon Memorials designs and creates personal and civic monuments; an interview with Mark Wetherington, director of The Filson Historical Society; and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a new attraction on Main Street, are featured.
5:30 AM On KET1
Roundabout U
#649
Carter and Hoffmeister go to the grand opening of the Murray State Paducah Regional Campus. Learn how the Paducah Crisp Center was designed with sustainability in mind and was LEED certified.
7:30 AM On KET2
Kentucky Health
#906 Brain Lesions
Dr. Thomas Becherer discusses treatment of lesions affecting the brain.
5:00 PM On KET2
Connections with Renee Shaw
#942
5:30 PM On KET2
Louisville Life
#815 American Life & Humana Buildings; Muldoon Memorials; Mark Wetherington; Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
In the next part of the series "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a tour of two downtown buildings on Main Street; founded by Col. Michael Muldoon in 1854, Muldoon Memorials designs and creates personal and civic monuments; an interview with Mark Wetherington, director of The Filson Historical Society; and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a new attraction on Main Street, are featured.
7:00 PM On KET2
Up Front with Jonathan Bastian
#120
Archbishop Joseph Edward Kurtz of Louisville talks about the future of Catholicism.
8:00 PM On KET1
Comment on Kentucky
#4040 August 1, 2014
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant, WKYT in Lexington. A KET production.
Saturday, August 2
Midnight On KET1
WoodSongs
#1107 Lurrie Bell and Lisa Biales
Chicago blues guitarist Lurrie Bell performs songs from his album, The The Devil Ain't Got No Music, followed by soulful singer Lisa Biales and songs from her latest, Just Like Honey.
7:30 AM On KET2
Comment on Kentucky
#4040 August 1, 2014
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant, WKYT in Lexington. A KET production.
2:30 PM On KET1
Fancy Farm 2014
#1001
Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host live coverage from the annual political event including candidate speeches for the U.S. Senate and other statewide offices.
4:30 PM On KET2
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
#217
5:00 PM On KET2
Bluegrass and Backroads
#803
St. Joseph's Children's Home annual picnic; meet Cramer Schneider, a remarkable young man who shows cattle; visit Stone Hill Honey bee farm; and White's Farm in Sturgis, Ky.
7:30 PM On KET1
Louisville Life
#816 Bowman Field Terminal & The Levy Building; Frazier History Museum; Dan Gediman; and Almost Home
In the fourth of a six-part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a look at the Bowman Field Terminal and the Levy Building; a tour of the Frazier History Museum, now in its 10th year on Main Street; an interview with Dan Gediman, executive producer of the national public radio series This I Believe; and Almost Home, offering boarding, training, grooming and doggie day care all under one roof, are featured.
8:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1909 Eighth of August
Experience the history and excitement of the Eighth of August weekend. Every year, African-Americans in parts of Western Kentucky and central Tennessee gather to celebrate Emancipation, a homecoming tradition begun in 1868.
8:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Afield
#3043
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer.
Sunday, August 3
Midnight On KET2
Jubilee
#1808 The Grass Stains; Dry Branch Fire Squad; The Moron Brothers
Three popular regional bluegrass groups perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
6:30 AM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#408 Clay's Quilt
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss Kentuckian Silas House's first novel—the story of a young miner picking up the pieces of a life marred by early tragedy. A 2002 KET production.
Noon On KET2
Louisville Life
#816 Bowman Field Terminal & The Levy Building; Frazier History Museum; Dan Gediman; and Almost Home
In the fourth of a six-part series, "The Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville," a look at the Bowman Field Terminal and the Levy Building; a tour of the Frazier History Museum, now in its 10th year on Main Street; an interview with Dan Gediman, executive producer of the national public radio series This I Believe; and Almost Home, offering boarding, training, grooming and doggie day care all under one roof, are featured.
12:30 PM On KET1
Comment on Kentucky
#4040 August 1, 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
#928 Chuck Todd
Bill sits down with Chuck Todd, chief White House correspondent for NBC News and host of The Daily Rundown on MSNBC, to discuss the U.S. Senate race.
1:30 PM On KET1
Connections with Renee Shaw
#942
4:00 PM On KET1
Kentucky Life
#1909 Eighth of August
Experience the history and excitement of the Eighth of August weekend. Every year, African-Americans in parts of Western Kentucky and central Tennessee gather to celebrate Emancipation, a homecoming tradition begun in 1868.
4:30 PM On KET1
Kentucky Afield
#3043
A KET/Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources co-presentation hosted by Tim Farmer.
6:00 PM On KET2
A Flea Market Documentary
An unabashed celebration of the unusual people and enticing things that can be found in parking lots, at fairgrounds, at drive-ins, on sidewalks, and wherever else someone has posted a sign saying "Flea Market." The markets visited include the annual "World's Longest Yard Sale" along U.S. 127 through Kentucky and Tennessee.
11:30 PM On KET2
bookclub@ket
#408 Clay's Quilt
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of readers discuss Kentuckian Silas House's first novel—the story of a young miner picking up the pieces of a life marred by early tragedy. A 2002 KET production.
Monday, August 4
12:30 AM On KET1
One to One with Bill Goodman
#928 Chuck Todd
Bill sits down with Chuck Todd, chief White House correspondent for NBC News and host of The Daily Rundown on MSNBC, to discuss the U.S. Senate race.