Aug. 2/3: Program 1916: The Great Saltpetre Cave in Rockcastle County, Cardome Center, Native American potter Black Bear of Morehead, Billy Ray's restaurant in Prestonsburg, and the Kentucky cotton industry. Watch the Program
Aug. 9/10: Program 1917: Earth Day: Dawson Springs' network of trails, Miguel's Pizza in Powell County, the self-sufficient lifestyle of Adair County homesteaders Randy and Jennifer Luethje, and the Red River Gorge Trail. Watch the Program
Aug. 23/24: Program 1918: The story of jockey Roscoe Goose, a quick visit to Churchill Downs, all about mint juleps, and a visit with Breeders' Cup winner Zenyatta. Watch the Program
Aug. 30/31: Program 1919: BB Riverboats, the history of Cumberland College, rare white Thoroughbreds, and the U.S. Bullion Depository at Fort Knox. Watch the Program
Sept. 6/7: Program 1920: A profile of Gen. John Hunt Morgan, known as the Thunderbolt of the Confederacy. Watch the Program
Sept. 13/14: Program 1921: Horsepowered: The Keeneland Concours d'Elegance: A look at the four-day car exhibition held each July. Watch the Program
Sept. 27/28: Program 1714: Dave Shuffett takes a journey of discovery in the Civil War footsteps of his great-great-grandfather Michael Shuffett, participating in a battle re-enactment and following the fate of the 13th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry at the battles of Shiloh, Resaca, and Kennesaw Mountain. Watch the Program
Oct. 4/5: Program 2001: 20th Season Premiere! Downtown Owensboro's new riverfront, Variety Pizza in Breathitt County, Lexington teen violinist Blakely Burger and the Hollow Bodies, and Elliott County artist Bonita Skaggs-Parsons.