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Season 7 Episodes

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Program 701:
painter Gary Akers, World War II bomber pilot Ralph Waldrop, and a performance by the Kentucky Youth Chorus
Program 702:
the prehistoric Wickliffe Mounds, Lexington’s Horse Mania, and the Jefferson County Memorial Forest
Program 703:
the Pollitte family reunion, potter Tommy “Jurassic” Clark and his dinosaur-themed creations, mapmaker-turned-painter Jeannie Spears, and musical environmentalist Debbie Tuggle
Program 704:
the West T. Hill Community Theatre in Danville, a man who rescues greyhounds, and Bybee Pottery
Program 705:
Newport Aquarium, Big Bone Lick State Park, and a trip down the Cumberland River
Program 706:
the art of Yardbirds, blacksmith Dick Wright, space-age design, and Clark’s River National Wildlife Refuge
Program 707:
sculptor Bob Lockhart, basketmaker Jan Treesh, and an outhouse treasure hunt
Program 708:
finding homes for retired racehorses; Mantle Rock Preserve
Program 709:
Road Show III: along U.S. 60
Program 710:
Blue Licks Battlefield State Park, stained-glass artist Peter Eichhorn, and hydroponic strawberries
Program 711:
the bells of Berea College, the newly restored Old Talbott Tavern, and Elkhorn City
Program 712:
director John Carpenter; the Red Mile harness-racing track; and Bernstadt, Kentucky’s little piece of Switzerland
Program 713:
fantasy artist Larry Elmore, a Hart County crafters’ co-op, and Middlesboro Golf Course
Program 714:
McAlpine Locks and Dam, the Four Roses Distillery, and the Kentucky Horseshoeing School
Program 715:
the Civil War battle of Columbus-Belmont, a Frankfort business that’s also a son’s tribute to his father, and Pilot Knob State Nature Preserve
Program 716:
Dr. Thomas Walker and Bell County history, the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and a walking tour of Jeffersontown
Program 717:
Hall of Fame basketball coach Denny Crum, arrowheads, and photographer James Archambeault
Program 718:
the Melungeons of Appalachia
Program 719:
wood carver Bruce Smith, musical prodigy Kelsey Tamayo, and inventor Mitch Gibbs’ revolving aquarium
Program 720:
the Kentucky Oral History Commission, a Louisville harmonica band, and all-star high school choruses
Program 721:
barbecue and history in Monroe County and a visit with Louisville sculptor Ed Hamilton
Program 722:
the Minds Wide Open art program for the developmentally disabled and a tour of the town of Hickman
Program 723:
fly-fishing at 97, the Eagleswings community center in Ohio County, and an unusual opera by Jay Bolotin
  Program 724:
special holiday edition: the lights of Christmas Island in Burnside; the Jack Jouett House in Versailles; Lindy Evans of Berea and her hand-made Santa figures; Forkland’s traditional community Christmas dinner; Patti’s 1800s Settlement in Grand Rivers; Christmas at My Old Kentucky Home in Bardstown; a Lexington poinsettia nursery; and holiday music from Appalachian duo Zoe Speaks, tenor Warren Wolf, the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood, and the Sisters of Nazareth choir


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