KENTUCKY

Going Fishing, Avoiding Bears, and Helping Grouse

Kentucky Afield

Going Fishing, Avoiding Bears, and Helping Grouse

Chad Miles and the crew fish for crappie at Taylorsville Lake. Experts offer advice on how to avoid the path of black bears during mating season. Take a look at new habitat created for the ruffed grouse.

Zoo Animal Babies and Horseshoeing Lessons

Kentucky Life

Zoo Animal Babies and Horseshoeing Lessons

Doug meets the cuddly new baby animals at the Cincinnati Zoo. What are the facts behind the Eastern Kentucky legend of Swift's Silver Mine? Kentucky Horseshoeing School in Richmond trains the best farriers in the nation.

Spring Fishing Call-In

Kentucky Afield

Spring Fishing Call-In

Chad Miles and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources answer questions about fishing.

Empowering Students Through Technology

Education Matters

Empowering Students Through Technology

Recorded at Kentucky's Student Technology Leadership Program competition, this special edition explores how K-12 students are using technology for project-based learning. Included in this episode are video segments produced by teens from Hardin County who are part of the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs program.

Kentucky’s New Trout Stream

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky’s New Trout Stream

Chad Miles and fellow anglers fish Kentucky's new trout stream. The trip includes a look at where Kentucky trout come from and how Hatchery Creek came to be.

Jewelry from Insects, Doug Flynn Reflects on the Reds, and More

Kentucky Life

Jewelry from Insects, Doug Flynn Reflects on the Reds, and More

Biochemist Lisa Senetar creates her eye-catching PHbeaD jewelry from insects. Kentucky Life host Doug Flynn talks about his baseball career and enduring love of the Cincinnati Reds, and Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars.

Derby Time: Old Friends, Gallopalooza, and More

Kentucky Life

Derby Time: Old Friends, Gallopalooza, and More

Ken Grayson's extensive horse racing memorabilia collection goes back to the early days of the sport; former Triple Crown hopefuls share their home with the horses that spoiled their title hopes at Old Friends Thoroughbred retirement farm in Georgetown; and artists of Gallopalooza create colorful images on fiberglass horse statues to encourage local exploration and civic pride.

Reeling the Fish In

Kentucky Afield

Reeling the Fish In

Chad Miles shows a winning technique for swimbait fishing. Craig and Jennifer Caudill of the Nature Reliance School teach us about Kentucky's edible and medicinal plants. Chad stops by the Cain Pole in Richmond for tips on keeping your casting reel clean.

Spring Bass Fishing

Kentucky Afield

Spring Bass Fishing

Chad Miles goes fishing for early spring bass on Cedar Creek Lake. We go behind the scenes at Cabin Creek Lures. Then we join with waterfowl biologists near Henderson to search for American black duck in Kentucky.

John Hall: The Kentucky Commodore

John Hall: The Kentucky Commodore

From his early days at Vanderbilt University to his career at Ashland Oil, John Hall thrived on competition, tenacity, and compassion. Now a well-known philanthropist, Hall has spearheaded many worthy causes in Kentucky, including education. Learn his story in this new KET documentary.