May 4/5: Program 1817—Unusual Sports: Dainty, a German street game played in Louisville's Schnitzelburg; Middlesboro's history-making golf course; a game of Rolley Hole at the Monroe County Marble Club Super Dome; cornhole; and tree climbing with EarthJoy Tree Adventures in Alexandria. Watch online.
May 11/12: Program 1818—A concert at Maiden Alley Cinema in Paducah, a visit to Salyersville, a Kentucky girl's "Knitting for Joplin" project, and the CCC Trail Winery. Watch online.
May 18/19: Program 1819—The Wild West: Teen-age barrel racing champions; the history of Rogues' Harbor; Jesse James in Kentucky; and single action shooting with the Hooten Old Town Regulars. Watch online.
May 25/26: Program 1820—Artist/teacher Rhonda McEnroe, Jackie Robinson's baseball start in Kentucky, a visit to downtown Danville, and Commonwealth Cleanup 2013 in Dale Hollow.
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.
Monday, May 27: Program 801—Burkesville’s Alpine Motel, Italian stonemasonry in Eastern Kentucky, and bagpiper Karen McKenzie. Watch online.
Tuesday, May 28: Program 802—Sunflower Sundries, Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, and the Pine Mountain Trail. Watch online.
Wednesday, May 29: Program 803—The Overbrook tapestry at W.T. Young Library at the University of Kentucky; the story of Jenny Wiley. Watch online.
Thursday, May 30: Program 804—Life on Kentucky’s section of the Mississippi River and the state’s Mark Twain connections. Watch online.