he 31st annual Cave Sing at Mammoth Cave National Park; the Nativity Display at Maysville's Trinity Lutheran Church showcases a collection of creches of all sizes and styles from around the world; and an Our Town visit to the seasonally appropriate town of Berry in Harrison County.
Kentucky Bourbon Tales: Distilling the Family Business
Meet the colorful characters who craft Kentucky’s signature spirit and explore the science and art behind the bourbon-making process.
A History of Kentucky in 25 Objects, hosted by Barry Bernson, brings history alive through an examination of the artifacts around us. Included are modern Kentucky icons: Bill Monroe's mandolin, Harland Sanders' original pressure cooker, and an Adolph Rupp model basketball. The objects span the course of time from 1000 A.D. to 2013, from a stone axe to a space satellite.
Meet Jerry Bransford, a fifth generation African-American guide at Mammoth Cave. Amy Hess visits Eugene McMahan & Sons Furniture in Taylor County; and Dave Shuffett goes to Clinton, Kentucky, for a hands-on look at the process of creating the award-winning Harper's Country Hams.
Candyce Clifft hosts a look at ten important Louisville buildings, nominated by KET viewers. The results were selected by a professional panel, sponsored by KET and the American Institute of Architects, Kentucky chapter. Ten Buildings was inspired by a national series airing on PBS.
Dave Shuffett takes a road trip to Red Bird with a convoy of Model T and Model A enthusiasts. We also pay a visit to Carrollton, explore Trigg Enterprise's vegetable, beef, and tilapia operation, and visit a Paducah greenhouse specializing in tillandsias, "air plants" grown without soil.
Filmmaker Steve Crump takes a look at the life and times of boxer Muhammad Ali as seen from the perspective of his hometown. Interviewed are sportswriter Dave Kindred, radio journalist Bob Edwards, former Kentucky Gov. John Y. Brown, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson, and former state Sen. Georgia Davis Powers.