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Aug. 6/7: Program 2116: Biochemist Lisa Senetar of Berea creates her eye-catching PHbeaD jewelry from insects. Doug reminisces about his career in Major League Baseball career and shares his enduring love of the Cincinnati Reds. Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars. | Watch Video

Aug. 13/14: Program 2117: Greenup County's Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department is representative of the hard work, sacrifice and love of community that characterize volunteer fire departments across the state. Doug Flynn visits the Mennonite community near Scottsville and meets custom knife maker Sam Stoner. With help from the Striper Time Guide Service, Doug puts his reputation as an angler on the line at Cumberland Lake. | Watch Video

Aug. 20/21: Program 2118: 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. | Watch Video

Aug. 27/28: Program 2119: The Moonshine Company takes a family tradition of back country distilling to downtown Paducah. The Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Frankfort honors those who gave their lives in the war. Maysville has been the home of the Wald Cycle Company since 1924. | Watch Video

Sept. 3/4: Program 2101: Doug Flynn enjoys a scenic boat ride through the recently reopened locks on the Kentucky River; Kentucky's Vietnam War veterans share their stories; and we introduce the first segment in a series on ghostly tales of Old Louisville. | Watch Video

Sept. 17/18: Program 2102: Celebrate Covington's bicentennial and see why this Northern Kentucky city has had a major impact in the region; explore the history of Daviess County on its 200th anniversary; meet country singer Marty Brown on location in a Nashville recording studio and at his Simpson County home; and visit Suplex Tacos in Ashland. | Watch Video

Sept. 24/25: Program 2120: This episode is dedicated to Kentucky's stringed-instrument makers: Frank Neat of Russell Springs makes custom banjos for the likes of JD Crowe and "Call of the Wildman" personality Neal James; luthier Bryan England of Caneyville shows off his mandolin-making skills and custom inlay work; and Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars, including one for Rhonda Vincent and the Rage. Host Doug Flynn visits with Berea icon and dulcimer craftsman Warren May for a dulcimer sing-along.

Oct. 1/2: Program 2201: NEW SEASON! The Speed Art Museum in Louisville reopened in 2016 after a three-year expansion, and host Doug Flynn drops by to experience it first hand. Lake Cumberland is a top summer tourist destination with miles of shoreline to be explored and memories to be made. Excellent cheese starts with happy and healthy cows at Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese in Barren County.

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