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Season 22 Episodes

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Watch Program 2201:
Doug Flynn explores the newly renovated and expanded Speed Art Museum in Louisville. The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center in Maysville showcases its citizens' pride in their community. Lake Cumberland is a popular tourist destination. Artisan cheese-making is a statewide success for Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese in Barren County.
Watch Program 2202:
Silver Run Ceramics in Boyd County combines the functional with the beautiful in its pottery. Doug Flynn basks in the scenic beauty and rich culture of Maysville. Walt's Hitching Post is an iconic Fort Wright restaurant. Columbus-Belmont State Park memorializes the site of a Civil War battle that marked the rise of Ulysses S. Grant.
Watch Program 2203:
Go into the recording studio with Doug Flynn and songwriter Greg Austin as Kentucky Life debuts its new theme song "Kentucky Bound." The Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville showcases regionally and nationally known performers. Learn more about Native American life inNorthern Kentucky prior to Columbus.
Watch Program 2204:
Art meets the earth at Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort. Red Bird Mission has been a force for good in southeastern Kentucky since 1921. Fans of the musical group the Hilltoppers will enjoy this sneak peak from Kentucky Muse, debuting in October 2016.
Watch Program 2205:
This Veterans Day program looks at one of the nation's largest flag retirement ceremonies, held by the Jeffersontown American Legion. Willa Brown Chappell of Glasgow broke barriers as an African-American female pilot who trained Tuskegee Airmen. A veteran of Vietnam demonstrates his saddle-making skills in Christian County. Doug Flynn visits Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond to discover why this university is one of the top destinations for veterans.
Watch Program 2206:
This program looks at those who do good work: Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity chapter in Jenkins; the Misfit Island Wildlife Rescue Center in Henderson, the volunteers at Kentucky's State Nature Preserves; Danville's Grace Cafe, a pay-what-you-can community restaurant.
Watch Program 2207:
Baker-Bird Winery in Augusta lays claim to the glory days of a historic Northern Kentucky winery. Garden designer Jon Carloftis and Dale Fisher share the history and beauty of their restored 19th century home in downtown Lexington. Kentucky Life pays another visit with famed folk artist Minnie Adkins.
Watch Program 2208:
Eagle Bend Alpacas is home to 150 alpacas in Boone County. Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure in Campton brings European climbing techniques to the Red River Gorge. The Frazier History Museum's Kentucky By Design explores our state's arts and craft contributions to the Index of American Design at the National Gallery of Art.
Watch Program 2209:
In the first of a three-part series, Doug Flynn visits the Louisville Zoo. Learn more about the miltary career of Mays Lick native Charles Young (1864-1922), who was the first African American to reach the rank of colonel in the Army. Rosine is the home of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe and the Rosine Barn Jamboree.
Watch Program 2210:
George Washington once owned land in what became Grayson County. See the second installment in Kentucky Life's visit to the Louisville Zoo. Explore the riverport and ferry in Hickman.
Watch Program 2211:
See our third and final segment about the Louisville Zoo. Old postcards take us on a nostalgic trip through Kentucky. Owensboro's Rhonda McEnroe exhibits her students' work at Kentucky Wesleyan College.
Watch Program 2212:
Learn more about Covington native Haven Gillespie, who composed and wrote enduring classics including "Santa Claus is Coming to Town." Doug Flynn stops in at Lexington's Pasta Garage to learn how it creates casual Italian dishes with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Meet fan favorites and go behind the scenes at Lexington's Comic Con. Bloodhounds Magic and Chloe assist Smokey Bear by tracking arsonists in southeastern Kentucky.
Watch Program 2213:
Boyce General Store has been serving up great food and excellent pie since 1869 in Warren County. Owensboro's Western Kentucky Botanical Garden is a beautiful spot for the whole community to enjoy. Monkeys Eyebrow native Kelsey Waldon is taking her music to Nashville and a nationwide tour.
Watch Program 2214:
Explore the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County. Cave Hill Vineyard and Winery is part of the Kentucky Wine Trail in Pulaski County. Musician Kory Caudill is a piano prodigy.
Watch Program 2215:
Patrick is a miniature horse in Bullitt County with a huge fan base and a rock star lifestyle. Second Stride in Oldham County works with retired thoroughbreds to rehabilitate, retrain, and place them in new homes. Doug Flynn tours the expo floor at the National Farm Machinery show in Louisville.
Watch Program 2216:
Doug explores downtown Taylorsville. John James Audubon State Park has added a tract of wetlands. The Downing Museum and Arboretum displays the works of renowned artist Joe Downing. Danville's Constitution Square is the place to be for the 225th anniversary of statehood.
Watch Program 2217:
For Mother's Day, we visit with certified nurse midwives, who provide care for thousands of Kentucky mothers. Next, we feature Morehead State University's media arts department and two films by Morehead students, "Small Town Sports Radio" and "Garden Roller Rink."
Watch Program 2218:
Devou Park is a green space at the very heart of Covington. The famous racehorse Lexington is the reason Central Kentucky is the nation's Thoroughbred breeding capital. Doug explores the town of Stearns in Big South Fork. Celebration of our state's 225th anniversary continues at Old Fort Harrod.
Watch Program 2219:
We look back at the tragic fire at the Beverly Hills Supper Club on Memorial Day weekend in 1977, which killed 165 people. We reflect on the history of Lynch, from coal company town to the present day. We pay a visit to Valhalla Golf Course in Louisville, Kentucky's premier golf course.
Watch Program 2220:
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 program, including the Gorilla Forest exhibit.

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