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  Program 401:
photographer James Archambeault, Newport’s Sweet Tooth candy shop, and Cumberland Falls
  Program 402:
country stores around the state
  Program 403:
collectors: Clayton Wells’ Swamp Valley Museum, Cowgirl Attic in Lexington, and a Lincoln County hubcap collector
Program 404:
6-year-old drum prodigy Shircun “Shon” Willis of Lexington, Bobby Reed Falwell’s wooden sculpture of Kentucky in Frankfort, and Terrapin Creek State Nature Preserve
Program 405:
whittler Gene Ewing, a family-run sawmill, and a hand-made stone bridge in McCreary County
  Program 406:
remembering Dr. Ephraim McDowell, quilter Sara Tucker Brooks, and a ceremony by Tibetan monks honoring the late John Stephenson
  Program 407:
special edition: foods, crafts, music, and family and ethnic traditions at the 1997 Festival of Kentucky Folklife
  Program 408:
filmmaker Andy Garrison and choreographer Alan Lommasson of Louisville
  Program 409:
a costumer who specializes in dressing Civil War reenactors, the restoration of author Janice Holt Giles’ cabin in Adair County, and the Victorian homes of Henderson
  Program 410:
Mill Springs near Lake Cumberland, a workshop on traditional English/Appalachian dance in Berea, and spinner and weaver Mae Whittington of Daviess County
  Program 411:
the unusual artistic creations of “donkey man” Delmer Williams, rafting the Cumberland, and the Audubon museum and bird garden in Henderson County
  Program 412:
teatime at the Elmwood Inn in Perryville, a brickyard reclamation project in Barbourville, an 1860s Christmas at Waveland, and model trains
  Program 413:
holiday special: Christmas in Bardstown, including decorations at My Old Kentucky Home, a ride on the dinner train, caroling, and a fireside story from host Byron Crawford
  Program 414:
travelin’: a Liberty pharmacist who’s also an aerobatic pilot, a Warren County motorcycle man, two Jefferson County balloonists, and sights of Calumet Farm
  Program 415:
painter/musician/filmmaker Pat McNeese, Native American costume designer John Arrasmith, and Newsom’s Old Mill Store
  Program 416:
the Melungeons, a New World ethnic group descended from 16th-century Portuguese sailors—or are they?
Program 417:
making sorghum; wildflowers at Mammoth Cave
Program 418:
the Outhouse Olympics in Gravel Switch, artist Mitchell Tolle, and a sunflower farm
  Program 419:
the historic Adsmore House in Princeton, a jazz dance workshop in Bowling Green, and Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park
  Program 420:
a Madison County garlic farm, a handmade stagecoach in Cloverport, and writer Jesse Stuart
  Program 421:
muralist David Jones, fiber artist Arturo Sandoval, and Bad Branch Nature Preserve
  Program 422:
Robert Berks’ sculpture of Abraham Lincoln, the girlhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln, and the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program
Program 423:
photographer John Nation; historic Farmington; raising paddlefish
  Program 424:
singer/songwriter Tom T. Hall; the Nia Dance Troupe, an African-American dance company in Paducah; photographer John Nation; Miss Wheelchair USA Terri Ramsey; and the Blessing of the Hounds at the Iroquois Hunt Club

Note: This special “best of” edition was produced for TeleFund ’98. All of its segments are included in other programs.

  Program 425:
a restored coal camp in McCreary County, professional clown Nick Wilkins, and artist and retired physician James Golden
  Program 426:
the Doe Run Inn; the musical Hamblin family; summer art camp

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