Since the dramatic fall of apartheid in 1994, Johannesburg has emerged as the artistic capital of sub-Saharan Africa. Collectively, the artists in this hour use their work to empower marginalized communities, reexamine history, and pursue their visions for South Africa’s future. The “Johannesburg” episode features David Goldblatt, Nicholas Hlobo, Zanele Muholi, and Robin Rhode.
Anne of Green Gables: Fire & Dew
Anne Shirley heads to school in the city, and Matthew and Marilla face emptiness. Will Anne, overwhelmed by competition — especially from Gilbert Blythe — find that the dark cloud over her life does have a silver lining?
The KET Story
Explore KET's beginnings and 50 years of service as Kentucky's only statewide educational broadcasting network. In the 1950s and 60s, KET founder O. Leonard Press saw the potential of television - a new technology - to provide equitable access to high-quality instruction in schools throughout the Commonwealth. Learn about KET's history and its commitment to education and Kentucky programming throughout its five decades of public service.
Amazing Human Body
Learn how humans begin life as a single cell and grow into beings of more than 37 trillion cells. Then explore discoveries that can help humans live longer, healthier lives.
Most fisherman target crappie in the spring, but we'll show you why they're great to catch in the fall. Next, we share tips on field dressing big game. Lastly, we show how the Department of Fish and Wildlife is using innovative methods to control invasive species.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Dr. Timothy Caboni, president of Western Kentucky University, talks about his freshman year as the 10th president of WKU, as well as goals and challenges for the institution.
Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the beginning of oral arguments over the public pension law before the Kentucky Supreme Court. Scheduled guests: Adam Beam, the Associated Press; Daniel Desrochers, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Deborah Yetter, Louisville Courier Journal.
Amazing Human Body
Discover the miracles the human body goes through to stay alive and healthy. From fighting infections to repairing damage, our bodies have remarkable arsenals that protect us from all kinds of outside threats.
KET presents full coverage of the opening arguments Tuesday at the Kentucky Supreme Court over Senate Bill 151, the public pension law enacted during the 2018 General Assembly, which was blocked in Franklin Circuit Court earlier this year.