Nominated for a Regional Emmy Award, this documentary focuses on the intimate, ground-level experiences of Kentucky troops in Vietnam. More than 40 veterans share their memories of their time in combat, and recount the pain of watching soldiers make the ultimate sacrifice.
This film examines the fight between Kentucky and Ohio for possession of Indian Head Rock, a 6-ton boulder with carvings that was hidden for 87 years beneath the surface of the Ohio River.
This program looks at those who do good work. As Mother Teresa becomes Saint Teresa, we visit her Missionaries of Charity chapter in Jenkins; Misfit Island Wildlife Rescue Center cares for hundreds of animals in Henderson; volunteers keep Kentucky's State Nature Preserves in fine form; and Danville's Grace Cafe is a pay-what-you-can community restaurant committed to providing locally-sourced, nutritious food to residents.
Doug visits the Louisville Zoo and gets a behind-the-scenes look at animal training, the processes involved in keeping the animals healthy, the variety of foods that must be kept on hand, the successful black-footed ferret recovery program, and the zoo's overall conservation efforts including the Gorilla Forest exhibit.
Meet a Grayson County artist and outdoorsman who was a friend of Hall of Fame archer Fred Bear (1902-1998), known as the father of bowhunting. Learn how popular species of fish maintain a healthy population. Host Chad Miles celebrates Father's Day with his father and son.
Do you want to learn to hunt? Field to Fork, a program from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, will help you get started. Also, Chad Miles visits one of the largest gatherings of kayakers in the country, then goes to Cedar Creek Lake with a Kentucky-based lure maker.