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Season 12 Episodes

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Program 1201:
a white buffalo calf at Shelby County’s Buffalo Crossing Ranch; Prater’s Fort, a re-created frontier village in Magoffin County; and Calloway County sheep farmer and weaver Tammy Cothran
Program 1202:
Paducah’s River Heritage Museum, caves and kangaroos at Kentucky Down Under, woodcarver LaVon Williams, and an “air dog” competition
Program 1203:
nature photographer Brian Maslyar, the Kentucky School of Craft in Hindman, and an old-fashioned jam session with guitarist Joe Cissell
Program 1204:
jewelry artist Ray Bridewell, the custom wares of Shannon Lamp Service, and mystery writer Laurien Berenson
Program 1205:
Yatesville Lake State Park, sand sculptor Damon Farmer, the work of the Asphalt Institute in Lexington, and the string-music program at Natcher Elementary School
Program 1206:
the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, Barren County woodworker Bob Tucker, and Jessamine County’s Sugar Creek Resort
Program 1207:
the Rabbit Hash General Store and a mayor who’s a real dog, a Bowling Green dentist’s collection of dental antiques, and an Irish-style stone tower at Fayette County’s Castleton Lyons Farm
Program 1208:
special edition: natural and human history on Pine Mountain, including Pine Mountain State Resort Park, the Pine Mountain Settlement School, and the Pine Mountain Legacy Project
Program 1209:
a Pulaski County couple’s nostalgic model railroad, the Kentucky Railway Museum, a Carroll County camp for kids with disabilities, and the return of elk to Eastern Kentucky
Program 1210:
Dr. Steve Aaron and his mammoth jack donkeys, antique clocks in Bowling Green, Tennessee’s Pickett State Park and Forest, and the Glasgow Highland Games
Program 1211:
the Jesse Stuart State Nature Preserve, Louisville’s U.S. Marine Hospital, and the Chalk It Up design competition at Western Kentucky University
Program 1212:
a cruise on the Belle of Louisville, a Ugandan immigrant who started her own cookie business, the jewel collection at the Headley-Whitney Museum, and Lexington painter Elsie Kay Harris
Program 1213:
the Riverview historic home in Bowling Green, miniatures sculptor Leonard Kik, the Paint’n Place pottery studio, and Lake Barkley State Resort Park
Program 1214:
the Smith-Berry Vineyard and Winery, the Woodford County Theatrical Arts Association, and woodworker Karen Scates
Program 1215:
the Vent Haven ventriloquism museum in Fort Mitchell and Trooper Island, a camp for young people run by the Kentucky State Police
Program 1216:
Japanese connections: Paul Rusch, the Louisville native who introduced many American traditions to Japan in the 1920s, and environmental programs and policies at the Georgetown Toyota plant
Program 1217:
the work of the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission, author Marilyn Pfanstiel, and ceramic artist Wayne Ferguson
Program 1218:
the Old Friends racehorse retirement home, music from the Heartland Dulcimer Club in Elizabethtown, and textile artist Joanna Sosnicki
Program 1219:
the Wildwood Inn in Florence, calligrapher Mary Breeden, and the NASA-sponsored BIG BLUE wing-design project at the University of Kentucky College of Engineering
Program 1220:
Veterans Day special: Sgt. York and Cordell Hull, both from northern Tennessee; Kentucky connections to the Tuskegee Airmen; a Boy Scout project to place flags for Memorial Day; and the Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Program 1221:
Pine Mountain Settlement School in Harlan County, the Artcroft farm and artist’s retreat in Carlisle, and the Lexington Farmers’ Market
  Program 1222:
Special expanded edition! Dr. Clark’s Kentucky Treasures visits 11 special places identified as “treasures” by the late historian laureate Dr. Thomas Clark for their historical, cultural, or ecological significance.

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