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Season 10 Episodes

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Program 1001:
McLean County river towns, Dinosaur World, and artist Andee Rudloff’s fiberglass catfish
Program 1002:
100-year-old quilter “Aunt Pearl” Felix, Failte Irish Imports, and woodworker Mark Whitley
Program 1003:
farmer/musician John Christopher Knight and Rich Detzel’s Nature Academy
Program 1004:
Glier’s goetta, the University of Louisville Photographic Archives, and Bowling Green’s annual Mini Corvette Challenge
Program 1005:
the Old Crow Inn, folk artists Lonnie and Twyla Money, Ruth Blakeman’s Mini Mansions, and scenery from the Vernon-Douglas State Nature Preserve
Program 1006:
the Thomas Edison House, Louisville’s Extreme Skate Park, and the Wrather West Kentucky Museum
Program 1007:
fossil hunting, Broadmoor Gardens Conservancy and Wildlife Sanctuary, and author Barbara Kingsolver
Program 1008:
a visit from a World War II transport ship, an Owen County ostrich ranch, Taylorsville’s Jailhouse Arts & Crafts Cooperative, and Dan Torpey’s hand-made automata
Program 1009:
saddlebred horses in Shelby County; founder Melvin Dickinson and the Louisville Bach Society
  Program 1010:
special expanded edition: Kentucky’s Last Great Places, featuring natural wonders and breathtaking scenery from around the state

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Program 1011:
entomologist and photographer Tom Myers; Pleasant Retreat, historic home of Gov. William Owsley; and the Mullins Log Cabin Country Getaway
Program 1012:
Buffalo Trace Distillery, the Salato Wildlife Education Center, miniatures crafter Al Hartmann, and the Natural Bridge skylift
Program 1013:
Greenbo Lake State Resort Park, husband-and-wife artists Paul and Patricia Ferrell, and the Artisan Heritage Trails project
Program 1014:
the art of Rudy Ayoroa, a Bolivian transplanted to the Bluegrass; the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Harrogate, TN; and scenery from the Mammoth Cave area
Program 1015:
the Strecker family of artists, Lincoln Trails Honey Farm, and photographer Raymond Klass in Mammoth Cave
Program 1016:
wheelchair fencing at the Louisville Fencing Center, potter Mitchell Rickman, and the Kentucky Reptile Zoo
Program 1017:
Courier-Journal photographer Bill Luster, Federal Grove Bed & Breakfast, and Laura Brewer’s Christmas stockings made from upholstery scraps
Program 1018:
exploring space at Hazard Community College’s Challenger Center, Jack Hankla’s dinosaur collection, and Bert & Bud’s Vintage Coffins
Program 1019:
the Garden Club of Kentucky and its Paris headquarters; Colonial House, a family-run furniture maker in Auburn; and artist W.T. Stinson of Russellville
Program 1020:
a look at the activities of the University of Kentucky’s Cooperative Extension Service and the barbershop sounds of the Kentuckians Chorus
Program 1021:
Louisville’s Cave Hill Cemetery and Georgetown’s Cardome Centre
Program 1022:
labyrinths and the Baker Arboretum
Program 1023:
the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea; Between the Rivers’ volunteer efforts to preserve the heritage of the Land Between the Lakes region; and the story of escaped slave and Medal of Honor winner Andrew Jackson Smith
Program 1024:
Christmas edition 2004: the busy Bethlehem (KY) post office, antique toys, the Garden Club of Kentucky holiday boutique, and music by Angel Voices and Ars Nova


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