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Season 15 Episodes

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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.
Program 1502:
Country music legend Loretta Lynn, the Bluegrass Heritage Museum in Winchester, a visit to Frankfort Avenue in Louisville, and Little Pegasus Pastures.
Program 1503:
Brown Brothers Cadillac in Louisville, an “Our Town” visit to Leitchfield, Bowling Green magician John Calvert, and petroglyphs in Clay County.
Program 1504:
the Evergreen Hills Maze in Flemingsburg, an “Our Town” visit to Adairville, and Cricket Press of Lexington. Also, “Dave Does It” features Dave working at Dahl & Groezinger Scrap Iron and Metal.
Program 1505:
Buffalo Soldiers camp, Magee’s Bakery in Maysville, an “Our Town” visit to Midway, and the Kentucky Book Fair in Frankfort.
Program 1506:
an alien legend from Kelly, Ky., an “Our Town” visit to Hell for Certain, ghost hunter Patti Starr, and the reintroduction of the Bourbon Red Turkey, once America’s most popular turkey.
Program 1507:
Dog Scout Troop 107, a special meal prepared by Holly Hill Inn chef Ouita Michel using produce from Three Springs Farm in Nicholas County, and the Flaget High School Alumni Association.
Program 1508:
“Dave Does It” features Dave working at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory. Also, an “Our Town” visit to Greenup, the history of the piano with Diane Earle and the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra, and Henrietta and Jeff Scott’s Highland Raku Studio.
Program 1509:
Christmas 2009: a ride on the “Santa Train” as it winds its way through the mountains; how Kentuckians celebrated Christmas during the Civil War; a visit to Nazareth, Ky., during an auspicious month; and Winter Wonderland at Rough River Dam State Resort Park.
Program 1510:
a meteorite impact site in Shelby County, an “Our Town” visit to Hazel, Boyle County’s Rolling Fork Farm, Steve Scherer Glassworks, and a tribute to our first and favorite Paw Pal, Sadie.
Program 1511:
Brown's Bakery in Lexington, an “Our Town” visit to Pippa Passes, and a visit to the Gallery House in Louisville, a bed and breakfast with an eclectic art collection. “Dave Does It” features Dave taking lessons on ballroom dancing. A new feature, “Today’s Special,” makes its debut when Dave samples the special at the Orchid Flower restaurant in Lexington.
Program 1512:
saving Kentucky hemlock trees, the vibrant shopping district of Lexington’s Southland Drive, a World War I memorial in Wayne County, and imaginative handcrafted toys and totes from Helicopter Studios.
Program 1513:
the Far Eastern melodies of Han Kuo-Huang and the University of Kentucky Chinese Orchestra, the Western Kentucky river town of Wickliffe, Louisville’s historic Waverly Hills tuberculosis sanatorium, and the fire trucks of Wynn Fire Equipment.
Program 1514:
a pet-friendly bed and breakfast in Boone County, an “Our Town” visit to Stamping Ground, the sport of autocross, and the custom-crafted golf clubs and wood collectibles from Olde Master Originals.
Program 1515:
an introduction to biodiversity in Kentucky, a “Dave Does It” Earth Day recycling adventure, a taste of “Today's Special” at the Smokey Valley Truck Stop in Olive Hill, and Brigadoon State Nature Preserve.
Program 1516: folk artist Marjorie Sauer, an “Our Town” visit to Scottsville, the peonies at the Henry Clay estate, and Mike Guillerman, author of Face Boss: The Memoir of a Western Kentucky Coal Miner.
Program 1517: Kart Kountry in Shepherdsville, Louisville's Fourth Street Live, the Kentucky Equine Humane Center in Jessamine County, and the Belle of Louisville.
Program 1518: the Middlesboro astrobleme crater, “Today's Special” at Behle Street Café in Covington, Monarch butterflies at Audubon State Park, and Coffee Times Coffee House in Lexington.
Program 1519: a golf course built on a reclaimed coal mine in Prestonsburg, an “Our Town” visit to Cloverport, a “Dave Does It” visit to HB Stanley Concrete in Beaver Dam, and Roundstone Native Seed in Upton.
Program 1599:
Kentucky’s National Parks: A Kentucky Life Special: Host Dave Shuffett travels to every National Parks Service site in Kentucky: Mammoth Cave, Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace, Cumberland Gap, Big South Fork, and Kentucky sites on the Trail of Tears. Note: This program is available only as a thank-you gift for a donation to KET. See our Support KET pages for more information, or call (800) 866-0366.
 


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