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Season 14 Episodes

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Program 1401:
the family-run Cox Hardware store; metal artist Ken Roberts; and Henry’s Ark, a zoo where the animals roam free
Program 1402:
therapeutic riding at the Luci Center, Warren County model-plane enthusiasts, papermaker and artist Virginia Petty, and Kentucky Ridge State Forest
Program 1403:
a sorghum-growing family in Menifee County, multi-talented performer Angela Bartley, and slam poetry in Bowling Green
Program 1404:
country music star Skeeter Davis, a Battle of Perryville reenactment, and two great African-American high school basketball teams from the era of segregation
Program 1405:
Union College’s annual Redbud Quilt Festival, a nationally known dog trainer, and women’s basketball in the early 1900s
Program 1406:
the Jesse Stuart Foundation, Judy Geagley’s designer teddy bears, and a Kentucky FIRST Lego League Competition at Western Kentucky University
Program 1407:
Yew Dell Gardens, artist Tom Pfannerstill, and Frankfort Habilitation
Program 1408:
Three Ponds State Nature Preserve, Cub Run Cave, and Antiques Roadshow in Louisville
Program 1409:
Broadbent Hams, agritourism at Happy Jack Farm, and the Our Mims Retirement Haven for horses
Program 1410:
a stop at Dairy Queen in Murray, the Red River Historical Museum, and Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
Program 1411:
Short’s goldenrod at Blue Licks State Resort Park, Bullitt County mural painter Carole Jackson-Powell, and the Woodland Dog Paddle in Lexington
Program 1412:
pro baseball player Patricia Scott, cooking with Bob Perry, and Leigh Anne Florence’s children’s books starring Woody the dachshund
Program 1413:
the Bluegrass Youth Ballet and its creator, Adalhi Aranda Corn; the Bluegrass Animal Rehabilitation and Hyperbaric Center
Program 1414:
fiddlers Paul David Smith, Roger Cooper, Jesse Wells, and Michael Garvin at the Mountain Music Gatherin’; Elliottville artist Sam McKinney
Program 1415:
Rafinesque’s big-eared bats at Saltpeter Pit, Celtic musician Skip Cleavinger, and the Portland Museum
Program 1416:
a visit to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill with Shaker descendants and former residents, the Mountain Park Dragway, and photographer Beverly Hayden
Program 1417:
artist-decorated birdhouses at the Lexington Arboretum; glass enamel manufacturer Thompson Enameling of Bellevue and its 90-year-old founder, Woodrow Carpenter; and the musical legacy of J.P. and Annadeene Fraley
Program 1418:
Kelley Farms, Civil War reenactors at Mill Springs, and the Highland Renaissance Festival in Eminence
Program 1419:
a four-course dinner featuring 20 Kentucky products, volunteers and bluebird lovers Bob and Judy Peak, and furniture maker Eric Scholtens
Program 1420:
the Thoroughbred Center, Chrisman Mill Vineyards, and Bramel’s Hickory Hill Nursery and Plantation
Program 1421:
Michler’s Florist, Snug Hollow Farm and Country Inn, and sculptor Marie-Elena Ottman
Program 1422:
a taste of the World’s Largest Apple Pie at the Casey County Apple Festival, a flight on the B-17 Liberty Belle, jazz pianist Beegie Adair, and a look back at the University of Kentucky Fabulous Five
Program 1423:
the Big Bug exhibit at the Western Kentucky Botanical Garden, a visit with Berea glassblower Michelle Weston, and the music of Jordan Leigh Young
Program 1424:
the Anderson Ferry, Lynn’s Paradise Cafe in Louisville, and a threatened wildflower species, the Lady’s Slipper orchids
Program 1425:
geocaching, master fiddler-in-training Rossi Clark, and Gotland ponies
Program 1426:
Actor Warren Oates, Schutzhund competition for German shepherds, and Mill Springs Battlefield and Museum
  Program 1427: Lincoln: ‘I, Too, Am a Kentuckian.’
a special expanded edition following Abraham Lincoln’s path from a log cabin outside Hodgenville to the White House—and into history
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Program 1428:
musicians Daniel and Amy Carwile, stained glass artist Bill Brumm, and Bill Best’s heirloom tomatoes
Program 1429:
Hofbrauhaus Newport, Martin County artist Lisa Williamson, and Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge
Program 1430:
Civil War re-enactors along Pike County’s Russell Fork, Chaney’s Dairy in Warren County, and a memorial to the great racehorse John Henry
Program 1431:
Vocalist and guitarist Jose Rivera, Mountain Pleasure Horses, and the Loretto Motherhouse

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