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Season 13 Episodes

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Program 1301:
the Farm House Inn, the Beaver Dam Café, and the Ballard Wildlife Management Area
Program 1302:
photographer Dean Hill, the Sally Brown Nature Preserve, and stained-glass artist Guy Kemper
Program 1303:
the Science Hill Female Academy, vitreography artist Julie May, and the Apple Patch residential community for adults with mental retardation
Program 1304:
a celebration of dragonflies and damselflies with biologist Ellis Laudermilk, drum makers Chad and Carrie Schott, and a Filipino-American teenager’s unique version of country music
Program 1305:
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, the yarns of Koenig Farm in Springfield, and Maysville’s Underground Railroad Museum
Program 1306:
the Nature Conservancy’s Conservation Buyer program, General Butler State Resort Park, and legendary Western Kentucky University basketball coach Ed Diddle
Program 1307:
a reenactment of the wedding of Abraham Lincoln’s parents at the Lincoln Homestead Park in Springfield, the kickoff of a three-year Lincoln bicentennial celebration
Program 1308:
singer-songwriter Dwight Yoakam and his mother, Ruth Ann; retriever training for Charlie at Lodi Kennels in Paducah; and the Cars of Yesteryear Museum in Elizabethtown
Program 1309:
Muth’s Candy, landscape poet Steve Holt, and a basket-making workshop
Program 1310:
growing lavender in Bracken County, art behind bars at Luther Luckett, and the Romance with the Landscape art exhibit
Program 1311:
the art of distilling at Jim Beam, the advertising aids created by Promotional Wood Products, and young bluegrass band Kentucky Sassafras
Program 1312:
woodcarver Troy Jones, helping people with disabilities achieve independence at Redwood, and husband-and-wife sculptors Erika Strecker and Tony Higdon
Program 1313:
classic quilt designs painted on barns in Eastern Kentucky and the Central Kentucky Riding for Hope program
Program 1314:
preserving Dry Fork Gorge, the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, and Kittawa Sprangs Dippin’ Sauce and its charitable purpose
Program 1315:
Black Mountain’s rare plants and the animal rescue efforts of the Trixie Foundation
Program 1316:
fruit carver Maki Takahashi, Newport’s Purple People Bridge, and sculptor Russ Faxon
Program 1317:
fluorspar mining history at the Clement Mineral Museum, canoeing Murphy’s Pond, and teenage harpist Deanna Tomlinson
Program 1318:
Lexington photographer John Snell, a rare American chestnut in Adair County, and rising young dance star Will Geoghegan
Program 1319:
the unique sound of shape-note singing and some special Kentucky butterflies
Program 1320:
a CSI-inspired science camp in Bowling Green, Sulphur Well’s Lighthouse Restaurant, and Appalshop filmmaker Mimi Pickering
Program 1321:
the history of Berea College and a cooking and nutrition camp at Bowling Green Technical College
Program 1322:
children’s books from Purple House Press, a reunion celebrating Carr Creek’s 1956 state basketball championship, and the life and work of filmmaker Tod Browning
Program 1323:
World War II special: the Harrodsburg Tankers, Camp Breckinridge, and the real-life Rosie the Riveter
Program 1324:
the tragic tale of Floyd Collins and photographer John Hockensmith’s travels with the Gypsies
Program 1325:
Rough River State Resort Park, silk artist Laverne Zabielski, and deep-fried hamburgers at Dovie’s in Tompkinsville
Program 1326 is a special expanded edition of Program 1307, the Lincoln wedding reenactment.
Program 1327:
Christmas 2007: a Marion County man’s Christmas light display, the Rosemary Clooney House, and holiday dulcimer music
Program 1328:
special edition: behind the scenes at the 2007 gubernatorial inauguration

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