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Season 21 Episodes

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Watch Program 2101:
Doug Flynn enjoys a scenic boat ride through the recently reopened locks on the Kentucky River; Kentucky's Vietnam War veterans share their stories; and we introduce the first segment in a series on ghostly tales of Old Louisville.
Watch Program 2102:
Celebrate Covington's bicentennial and see why this Northern Kentucky city has had a major impact in the region; explore the history of Daviess County on its 200th anniversary; meet country singer Marty Brown on location in a Nashville recording studio and at his Simpson County home; and visit Suplex Tacos in Ashland.
Watch Program 2103:
The War of 1812 left an indelible mark on our nation's history, and Kentuckians played a vital role—64 percent of Americans killed were Kentuckians. From Michigan to New Orleans, follow the trail of Kentucky's solders who fought in this war.
Watch Program 2104:
Hike through creeks and past snakes and bugs to reach the beautiful wilderness area of Martin's Fork. Explore Paducah's colorful Dragon Boat races. In Kenton County, visit the Tewes Poultry Farm, a 70-year-old family business.
Watch Program 2105:
Explore the ghostly happenings at Old Louisville's Conrad-Caldwell House. Learn about Doe-Anderson, a national advertising agency with headquarters in Louisville. Get a preview of the Kentucky Muse profile of Merle Travis and learn about the roots of his thumb-picking style. Meet Murray craftsman Justin Roberts.
Watch Program 2106:
Head to Sparta's Kentucky Speedway, where fans experience all the thrills and excitement of NASCAR racing. In Pikeville, diners at The Blue Raven Restaurant & Pub enjoy Chef Matt Corbin's pub-style Appalachian cuisine. Host Doug Flynn talks with the staff at Life Adventure Center in Versailles about supporting underserved youth. "Wild Bill" Gordon tell us about the outdoor experiences offered by his High Adventure Wilderness School in Stanton.
Watch Program 2107:
At the University of Kentucky, the puppies of Wildcat Service Dogs accompany their student trainers almost everywhere, learning to become assistance dogs for individuals with mobility challenges. In Bowling Green, get a close-up look at the Corvette production assembly line. Host Doug Flynn experiences a mode of travel from America's earlier days, aboard a steamboat on the Ohio River.
Watch Program 2108:
Meet award-winning African-American sculptor William M. Duffy, a Louisville native, whose work is found in collections across the country. Experience the Lord of the Fork, the world-famous whitewater kayak competition at Breaks Interstate Park. Learn more about Boone County's integral role in Kentucky's Underground Railroad.
Watch Program 2109: Host Doug Flynn visits Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries (SEKRI) in Corbin and meets some of the employees with mental and physical challenges who produce textiles and clothing for the U.S. military. In an interview at the Life Adventure Center in Versailles, Flynn talks with Terry Scariot of USA Cares about the Save A Warrior™ initiative, which helps veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder. We explore the collections at the Kentucky Museum, located on the campus of Western Kentucky University. Then we enjoy more ghostly apparitions and ghastly tales in the last of our series on the haunted history of Old Louisville.
  Program 2110: Ghost lights illuminate the history of Old Louisville. Author David Domine and a host of historians and re-enactors visit Old Louisville's most haunted places. Watch Video
Watch Program 2111: Doug Flynn tours Eminence Speaker in Eminence, Henry County, described as the world's No. 1 loudspeaker manufacturer. In the first in our series of luthiers, we visit Frank Neat of Russell Springs, who specializes in banjos and has made banjos for many famous musicians. Last, we visit Tee Dee's Blues Club on East Second Street in Lexington.
Watch Program 2112: Mammoth Cave celebrates its 75th anniversary as a national park and its 200th anniversary of guided cave tours. Doug Flynn learns about the Life Adventure Center's vaulting program, described as gymnastics on the back of a moving horse. The Parklands of Floyds Fork in Louisville is breaking new ground as one of the nation's largest urban parks.
Watch Program 2113: Berea's Weavers Bottom Craft Studio creates textiles, corn-shuck dolls, and Minecraft worlds of outstanding beauty. Luthier Bryan England of Caneyville demonstrates his mandolin-making skills. Photographer David Stephenson breeds, raises, and races pedigreed pigeons in Lexington.
Watch Program 2114: Lt. John Crittenden's watch survived the Battle of the Little Big Horn, though he did not, and now his watch resides at the Kentucky Historical Society. The Minor E. Clark Fish Hatchery in Morehead keeps anglers happy. Dig in for pizzas, sandwiches, and more at Home Cafe & Marketplace in Bowling Green. Mathematician Elwyn Berlekamp, once a Fort Thomas high school student, has taken his career to MIT, Berkeley, the digital revolution, and the stars.
Watch Program 2115: Ken Grayson's horse-racing memorabilia collection goes back to the early days of Keeneland and Churchill Downs. At Old Friends retirement farm in Georgetown, former Triple Crown hopefuls share their home with the horses that spoiled those title hopes. Gallopalooza beautifies Louisville's streets with artistically painted statues of horses, mint julep cups, and bourbon barrels.
Watch Program 2116: Biochemist Lisa Senetar of Berea creates her eye-catching PHbeaD jewelry from insects. Doug reminisces about his career in Major League Baseball career and shares his enduring love of the Cincinnati Reds. Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars.
Watch Program 2117: Greenup County's Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department is representative of the hard work, sacrifice and love of community that characterize volunteer fire departments across the state. Doug Flynn visits the Mennonite community near Scottsville and meets custom knife maker Sam Stoner. With help from the Striper Time Guide Service, Doug puts his reputation as an angler on the line at Cumberland Lake.
Watch Program 2118: Doug meets the cuddly new baby animals at the Cincinnati Zoo. What are the facts behind the Eastern Kentucky legend of Swift's Silver Mine? Kentucky Horseshoeing School in Richmond trains the best farriers in the nation.
Watch Program 2119: The Moonshine Company takes a family tradition of back country distilling to downtown Paducah. The Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Frankfort honors those who gave their lives in the war. Maysville has been the home of the Wald Cycle Company since 1924.
Watch Program 2120: This episode is dedicated to Kentucky's stringed-instrument makers: dulcimer craftsman Warren May of Berea, banjo craftsman Frank Neat of Russell Springs, mandolin craftsman Bryan England of Caneyville, and guitar maker Neil Kendrick of Menifee County.

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