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KET’s Kentucky Life spotlights SEKRI, Save a Warrior program, Bowling Green’s Kentucky Museum and more

The next edition of KET’s Kentucky Life, hosted by Doug Flynn, highlights the work of Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries (SEKRI) in Corbin; looks at the national Save a Warrior program; and pays a visit to Bowling Green’s Kentucky Museum and haunted Louisville.

Gov. Bevin to discuss budget on KET’s ‘One to One with Bill Goodman’

In his first interview since unveiling a biennial budget proposal before the Kentucky General Assembly, Governor Matt Bevin sits down with Bill Goodman on the next One to One. The […]

Young Abraham Lincoln reads by firelight

New documentary chronicles Kentucky roots of Abraham Lincoln’s family

The Lincoln family’s storied legacy in Kentucky is the subject of the new documentary “I remember the old home very well”: The Lincolns in Kentucky­ . The program takes as its title one of President Abraham Lincoln’s well-known quotes about his Kentucky home place, which illustrates the pivotal role his family’s Kentucky years had in shaping the man he would become.

A kayaker attempts the Lord of the Fork challenge at Breaks Interstate Park

KET’s Kentucky Life spotlights sculptor William M. Duffy, Lord of the Fork challenge and Boone County’s role in Underground Railroad

The next edition of KET’s Kentucky Life, hosted by Doug Flynn, highlights the work of Louisville sculptor William M. Duffy, heads to Breaks Interstate Park to experience the whitewater challenge known as The Lord of the Fork and examines Boone County’s integral role in the Underground Railroad. The program airs Saturday, Feb. 20 at 8/7 pm and Sunday, Feb. 21 at 4/3 pm on KET and Monday, Feb. 22 at 7/6 pm on KET2.

KET’s Kentucky Life spotlights Wildcat Service Dogs, Corvette assembly plant and American Queen

The next edition of KET’s Kentucky Life highlights the work of the Wildcat Service Dogs program in Lexington, goes on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Corvette assembly plant in Bowling Green and features a scenic trip down the Ohio River from Henderson to Paducah on the American Queen.