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Season 8 Episodes

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Program 801:
Burkesville’s Alpine Motel, Italian stonemasonry in Eastern Kentucky, and bagpiper Karen McKenzie

Program 802:
the homemade products of Sunflower Sundries, Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, and the Pine Mountain Trail

Program 803:
the Overbrook tapestry and the story of Jenny Wiley

Program 804:
life on Kentucky’s section of the Mississippi and the state’s Mark Twain connections

Program 805:
Blanton Forest, now a state nature preserve; Rob Morris, founder of the Eastern Star organization; and fall colors at Natural Bridge

Program 806:
Arnold Richardson’s Native American flute music, Randy Spencer’s carved walking sticks, and Jim Mahanes’ lighthouse paintings

Program 807:
wood artist Philip Hultgren, the Louisville Science Center, and actor Hasan Davis’ monologue about a black Civil War soldier

Program 808:
the Louisvillians who make “Margaritaville” furniture; Butcher Hollow, Loretta Lynn’s homeplace; and Locust Grove’s tribute to George Rogers Clark and family

Program 809:
Special expanded edition: Simple Pleasures and Hidden Treasures around the state, from country cooking and hand-made jewelry to the Red River Gorge and Cumberland Falls—plus Corvettes, family farms, a university rodeo team, and much more

Program 810:
the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, photographer Rick McComb, and Earthwatch volunteers at Mammoth Cave

Program 811:
the Cumberland Inn Museum, Corinth’s musical James family, and quilter Jan Darnell

Program 812:
Strickler’s Stained Glass, Frankfort artist Erika Kaiser, and Kentucky Down Under

Program 813:
Larkspur Press, the GO Women, and sculptor Wyatt Gragg

Program 814:
special edition: remembering Harlan and Anna Hubbard

Program 815:
glass creations at Hawksview Gallery, woodturner Ron Thomas, and a wild cave tour at Mammoth

Program 816:
Liberty Hall and the Shaker-style clocks of Denby Studios

Program 817:
Crane House in Louisville, rock climbing in the Red River Gorge, and scenery from Kentucky’s western wetlands

Program 818:
the William Whitley House, artists-in-residence at Bernheim Forest, and eagle watching at Reelfoot Lake

Program 819:
aerial photographer Bill Fortney and wildlife artist Ray Harm

Program 820:
carriage collector Dinwiddie Lampton Jr., ornamental concrete, and artist Joe Petro III

Program 821:
Northern Kentucky special: riverboats, the Behringer-Crawford Museum, historic neighborhoods, the Newport Aquarium, and the Covington Community Center

Program 822:
the Confederados: Civil War soldiers from Kentucky and other Southern states who founded a city in Brazil

Program 823:
the equine art of Salina Ramsay, sculptor Jason Kelty, and antique silver at the Georgetown & Scott County Museum

Program 824:
Christmas edition 2002: lights and music at Renfro Valley, pet photos with Santa, and toy trains at the Behringer-Crawford Museum

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