June 1/2: Program 1816—The German artist duo Herakut's Lexington murals, a visit to East Bernstadt, Hidden Cave Ranch Bed and Breakfast in Burkesville, and horse trainer Gudmar Petursson's Icelandic horses. Watch online.
June 9: Program 1801—Special edition: Tornado outbreak in Kentucky. Watch online.
June 15/16: Program 1501—Father Loss: A Kentucky Life Special In this special Father’s Day edition, Dave Shuffett explores how sons of all ages come to terms with the deaths of their dads. Watch online.
June 22/23: Program 1802—The bluegrass band Cumberland River, the history of iron furnaces in Kentucky, the regional marketing work of Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism, and Covington's historic Linden Grove Cemetery. Watch online.
June 29/30: Program 1803—Woo Hoo Pedicabs in Northern Kentucky, the Purple Onion restaurant in Central City, Hopkinsville's place on the old Chitlin' Circuit, and the Springfield Opera House, home of the Central Kentucky Community Theatre. Watch online.
Monday, June 17: Program 813—Larkspur Press, the GO Women, and sculptor Wyatt Gragg.
Tuesday, June 18: Program 814—Special edition: remembering Harlan and Anna Hubbard.
Wednesday, June 19: Program 815—Glass creations at Hawksview Gallery, woodturner Ron Thomas, and a wild cave tour at Mammoth.
Thursday, June 20: Program 816—Liberty Hall and the Shaker-style clocks of Denby Studios.
Friday, June 21: Program 817—Crane House in Louisville, rock climbing in the Red River Gorge, and scenery from Kentucky's western wetlands.