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Season 5 Episodes

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Program 501:
bluegrass musician Ricky Skaggs, Covington’s Stewart Iron Works, and Elizabethtown artist Rich Griendling

Program 502:
riding with the Iroquois Hunt Club

Program 503:
ancient Native American stoneworks and mounds, magician Artie Kidwell, and the Kentucky Derby Festival Great Steamboat Race with Bob Edwards

Program 504:
a salute to Kentucky’s bygone amusement parks

Program 505:
artists Janice Harding and Ron Owens; country music storyteller Tom T. Hall

Program 506:
architecture special: Andrew Jackson Downing’s utopian Rugby, Kentucky’s only Frank Lloyd Wright house, and Fay Jones’ chapel for Lindsey Wilson College

Program 507:
the Clement Mineral Museum, former Ms. Wheelchair America Terry Cecil-Ramsey, and William Everett Jones’ hand-made stagecoach

Program 508:
Camp HiHo, dollmaker Henrietta Calhoun, Labrot & Graham Distillery, and the Kentucky Derby Festival hot-air balloon race

Program 509:
1998 holiday special—holiday music with Homer Ledford, the Triple-F Christmas Tree Farm, and poinsettias at Pemberton’s

Program 510:
the Cincinnati Bengals’ Kentucky training camp, a reenactment of a slave wedding, buffalo in Fleming County, and thumbpicking in Muhlenberg

Program 511:
wild caving at Mammoth, antique toy trains, and Paducah’s Nia Dance Troupe

Program 512:
tandem skydiving, stained-glass artist Brian Weidlich, and the Land Between the Lakes—as it was before the lakes

Program 513:
astronaut Terry Wilcutt, ballerina Helen Starr, and Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park

Program 514:
the history behind Kentucky’s state symbols, drag racer Billy Harper, and the “Great Minnow Regatta” on Barren River Lake

Program 515:
the simple life of Harlan and Anna Hubbard

Program 516:
reliving history: the Civil War battle of Mill Springs and John Muir’s walk across Kentucky

Program 517:
the hand-made books of Larkspur Press, graphic designer Malcolm Grear, and a horse-and-buggy trail ride

Program 518:
special edition: the “Afrilachians”—African-American history in Appalachia

Program 519:
special expanded edition: a trip across the Commonwealth, from Ashland and Louisville to Mousie and Fairdealing, with music, scenery, colorful characters—and kudzu!

Program 520:
artist Jeanne Dueber, a Sister of Loretto; a furniture design competition; and Dippin’ Dots ice cream

Program 521:
special edition: the grand opening of the Kentucky History Center in Frankfort

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