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  Program 301:
sculptor Barney Bright, a Northern Kentucky garden, and the great Cane Ridge revival
Program 302:
buggy and carriage restoration, Paducah’s flood-wall mural, Asbury College students behind the scenes at the Atlanta Olympics, and an exhibition of Kentucky first lady dolls
  Program 303:
Danville’s Pioneer Playhouse, Louisville baseball history, the Northern Kentucky Railway Museum, and the Hardin Southern Railway
  Program 304:
delivering groceries by barge, a folk art “Day in the Country,” turning blackberries into business, and an aviation museum
  Program 305:
“riverlorian” Lewis Hankins, artist Michael Scop, the Governor’s Scholars, and antique farm equipment
  Program 306:
the restored Star Theater in Russellville, Mayfield artist Helen LaFrance, and Henry Clay’s Lexington home
  Program 307:
Christmas edition II: a frontier holiday in historic Washington, Kentucky
  Program 308:
canoes on the Licking River, a father-daughter photography team, curing country hams, and a celebration of classic cars
Program 309:
apple farming, Kentucky’s westernmost tip, and a maker of racing silks
  Program 310:
a competition for border collies, a rescued World War II fighter plane, and the vanished town of Bauer
  Program 311:
the Dinsmore homestead; a visit to Glendale, with dessert at the Whistle Stop Café; and a logging operation powered by horses
Program 312:
life in Burnside, before and after the creation of Lake Cumberland
  Program 313:
mountain musician Blanche Coldiron; antique cowbells; Locust Grove, home of Louisville’s founder, George Rogers Clark; and Quiet Trails Nature Preserve in Harrison County
  Program 314:
fossils at the Falls of the Ohio, the national Boy Scouts of America museum in Murray, and the ghost town of Creelsboro
  Program 315:
a Danville family with eight adopted girls, all deaf; the “Deafestival” at the Kentucky School for the Deaf; and sand sculptor Damon Farmer
  Note: Program 316 was a one-time-only pledge special that aired during KET’s TeleFund ’97. All of its segments are included in other programs.
  Program 317:
Owensboro’s Moonlight Bar-B-Q Inn, Appalachian crafts in David, and motorcycle racer Scott Summers
  Program 318:
Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come author John Fox Jr., fly fishing, and Breaks Interstate Park
  Program 319:
the Kentucky Horse Park Mustang Troop, chicken barbecues for charity in Henderson, and “entertainment farming” in the Bluegrass

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