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Season 6 Episodes

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Program 601:
Oneida Baptist Institute’s 100th anniversary, the Mingo Spirit Singers, and Mill Creek Lake

Program 602:
a golden retriever rescue club, nature photographer and writer Bill Thomas, and a song straight from the Civil War

Program 603:
the American Printing House for the Blind, trains past and present in Fulton, and Metropolis Lake State Nature Preserve

Program 604:
Claiborne Farm, last home of Secretariat, and the historic Conrad/Caldwell House in Louisville

Program 605:
Hopkins County’s Trover medical center and foundation, a child’s dream playhouse in Paintsville, Jeanine Brady and her hummingbirds, and Carter Caves State Resort Park

Program 606:
a salute to Kentucky artist Paul Sawyier, best known for his pastoral watercolors

Program 607:
Civil War-era history at the Tilghman Heritage Center, an archaeological dig in the Daniel Boone National Forest, wildlife and landscape artist John Ward, and Lake Cumberland State Resort Park

Program 608:
special edition: remembering the old Dixie Highway across Kentucky, from Covington to the Cumberland Gap

Program 609:
antebellum archaeology outside Louisville, raising llamas and alpacas in Woodford County, and the river town of Warsaw

Program 610:
TeleFund 2000 special: a journey from the heart of the Bluegrass to points west on U.S. 68

Program 611:
Bill Monroe’s hometown of Rosine, antique car collector Howard Brandon, and painter Catherine Smart Wells

Program 612:
all the news from Letcher County: the “screaming” Mountain Eagle

Program 613:
author Jerrie Oughton, hammered dulcimer player Don Coffey, wildlife artist Phillip Powell, and Elkhorn Creek

Program 614:
a quilter of abstract designs, Louisville’s tattoo museum, a painter who takes inspiration from Mammoth Cave, and the health-resort-and-baseball history of Dawson Springs

Program 615:
Kentucky Poet Laureate Richard Taylor, the country doctor who tried to save Floyd Collins, the William T. Young Library at the University of Kentucky, and turning recycled building materials into beautiful flooring at Heartwood Industries

Program 616:
the Sally Brown Nature Preserve, treasure hunter Tracy Watkins, the young musicians of the Wise Village Pickers, and Lexington Cemetery

Program 617:
Abraham Lincoln’s boyhood home, Lexington’s McConnell Springs, fire safety training for aircraft workers, and log cabins around Kentucky

Program 618:
the “lost resort” at Chalybeate Springs, folk dancing, and Pine Mountain State Resort Park

Program 619:
the family-owned McMahan Furniture Company, cleaning up with Kentucky PRIDE, and the new pipe organ at Danville’s Presbyterian Church

Program 620:
High Bridge; Louisville professor and historian Tom Owen

Program 621:
artist Joe Downing, church steeple manufacturing, and miniature horses

Program 622:
writer Robert Penn Warren; the Pennyroyal Museum

<Program 623:
2000 Christmas special: a Fort Harrod holiday

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