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Season 18 Episodes

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  Program 1801:
Special edition: Tornado outbreak in Kentucky.
  Program 1802:
The bluegrass band Cumberland River, the history of iron furnaces in Kentucky, the regional marketing work of Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism, and Covington's historic Linden Grove Cemetery.
  Program 1803:
Woo Hoo Pedicabs in Northern Kentucky, the Purple Onion restaurant in Central City, Hopkinsville's place on the old Chitlin' Circuit, and the Springfield Opera House, home of the Central Kentucky Community Theatre.
  Program 1804:
A Taste of Kentucky: Cedar Creek Vineyards in Pulaski County, Bowling Green native Duncan Hines, Good Shepherd Cheese in Bath County, Heaven Hill Distilleries, and Pike County food blogger Joyce Pinson.
  Program 1805:
Pawpaw research and recipes, rural post offices, and a visit to Pulaski County's Short Creek, a story chosen by our Facebook friends.
  Program 1806:
Biodiversity at Blood River Seeps State Nature Preserve in Calloway County; remembering Mary E. Flanery, the first woman elected to the Kentucky legislature; a visit to Liberty with Toby; a visit to Stinky and Coco's Diner in Winchester; and a performance by Tin Can Buddha.
  Program 1807:
Halloween: The annual Louisville Zombie Attack; the Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK); graveside stories with Voices of Elmwood in Daviess County; and Hopkinsville clairvoyant Edgar Cayce.
  Program 1808:
Actress Lucille Sharp of Downton Abbey, the Grant County community of Crittenden, the fort-named towns of Northern Kentucky, and Louisville artist Trent Altman.
  Program 1809:
The 1811-12 New Madrid Earthquakes: Dave Shuffett, with Toby by his side, visits Reelfoot Lake, Kentucky Bend, and other landforms shaped by the quakes 200 years ago. In Memphis, Tennessee, Dave meets with specialists to find out about earthquake preparedness and the odds of another quake occurring along the New Madrid fault.
  Program 1810:
Songwriter Paul Gilley of Morgan County, who's credited with writing "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" for Hank Williams Sr.; the Renfro Valley historical marker; Lexington's beer brewing scene; and Country Girl at Heart Bed and Breakfast in Hart County.
  Program 1811:
Songwriter and Rockabilly Hall of Fame member Bill Harlan of Muhlenberg County; a visit to Monticello; the history of Bowling Green's ShakeRag District; and the sports memorabilia collection of John Carpenter of Lewis County.
  Program 1812:
The StorySLAM at Headliners Music Hall in Louisville; the Night Riders' history in Caldwell County; Lexington-based band Coralee and the Townies; the Gangsters Dueling Piano Bar in Newport; and the famous moonbow at Cumberland Falls State Park.
  Program 1813:
Photographer John Cohen, Weaver's Hot Dogs in London, the Shepherdsville train crash of 1917, and Double Dan Horsemanship in Nicholasville.
  Program 1814: Reptiles and amphibians at Blood River Seeps State Nature Preserve; Revolutionary War hero Jack Jouett Jr. and his son, artist Matthew Jouett; the Judge Joseph Holt House in Breckinridge County; and the Maysville Players.
  Program 1815: Earth Day 2013: The Kentucky Wild Rivers Program and the Little South Fork; Kentucky's diverse mussel species; and heirloom beans from seed collector Bill Best.
  Program 1816: The German artist duo Herakut's Lexington murals, a visit to East Bernstadt, Hidden Cave Ranch Bed and Breakfast in Burkesville, and horse trainer Gudmar Petursson's Icelandic horses.
  Program 1817: Unusual Sports: Dainty, a German street-ball game played in Louisville's Schnitzelburg; Middlesboro's history-making golf course; a game of Rolley Hole at the Monroe County Marble Club Super Dome; cornhole; and tree climbing with EarthJoy Tree Adventures in Alexandria.
  Program 1818: A concert at Maiden Alley Cinema in Paducah, a visit to Salyersville, a Kentucky girl's "Knitting for Joplin" project, and the CCC Trail Winery.
  Program 1819: The Wild West: Teen-age barrel racing champions; the history of Rogues' Harbor; Jesse James in Kentucky; and single action shooting with the Hooten Old Town Regulars.
  Program 1820: Artist/teacher Rhonda McEnroe, Jackie Robinson's baseball start in Kentucky, a visit to downtown Danville, and Commonwealth Cleanup 2013 in Dale Hollow.

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