Kentucky Life, hosted by Doug Flynn, presents stories capturing the flavor, history, and heritage of Kentucky. This 2018 Ohio Valley Chapter Regional Emmy Award-nominated KET series explores the natural beauty and historic sites, samples the creativity of the Commonwealth's hundreds of artists and musicians, and discovers the unique contributions of interesting people all over the state.
All Past Episodes
27:42 | #2413
Kentucky's state dance is alive and well in Owensboro at the Lanham Brothers Jamboree; Hopkinsville is home to the nation's largest producer of bowling balls, at Ebonite International; the Falls of Rough and Rough River Dam are a vacationer's paradise; and a Danish artist brings Forest Giants to the giant forest at Bernheim in Bullitt & Nelson counties.
25:11 | #2412
Morels are the rockstars of mushrooms, and Irvine celebrates them at the annual Mountain Mushroom Festival; Berea's Spoonbread Festival highlights this traditional Appalachian food, and Kentucky can boast the only American author awarded both a fiction and a poetry Pulitzer Prize, to Guthrie's own Robert Penn Warren.
25:25 | #2411
Young at Heart's group of octogenarians keep the classics alive by performing throughout Central Kentucky, Maple Ridge Soaps in Bracken County makes soap the natural and 2800 B.C. way, and western Kentucky's The Savage Radley sing about small-town Kentucky life.
25:48 | #2410
Somerset rolls out the red carpet and puts their artists, musicians, and local brewery in the spotlight; the aluminum can in your fridge has a life cycle and migration you'll have to see to believe; and Brigid Kaelin brings Kentucky flair to an international audience through her Louisville roots.
25:06 | #2409
Chart-topping band Exile hits the road performing their greatest hits, step into the extraordinary at Louisville's superhero-themed restaurant SuperChefs, and explore the history of Ulysses S. Grant and his Kentucky connections and inspirations in this first of a three-part series.
26:21 | #2408
Joe Bowen has carried the Olympic torch, walked 3,000 miles on stilts, and bicycled cross-country twice, and he calls Powell County home; mammoth bones from northern Kentucky found their way to Thomas Jefferson and made a new mark on history; and this Fulton County festival is bananas, celebrating the time when Fulton was known as The Banana Capital of the World.
25:40 | #2407
Top chefs in Louisville mentor up-and-coming female chefs to take the lead in professional kitchens; take in the sights and smells at Frankfort's Candleberry Candles, and learn about the fascinating life of African-American Revolutionary War soldier Daniel Goff.
25:58 | #2406
Veterans and their families affected by war heal through dance in Louisville, Purple Toad Winery is a top Paducah tourist destination and the state's largest winery, and vacationers at Barren River Lake can enjoy the funky junk and fun atmosphere at Paradise Point Marketplace in Scottsville, Kentucky.
25:17 | #2405
A Louisville music therapist honors the life and legacy of dying patients with melodies of heartbeats, Central Auto drives the community and the economy in Clay, and the stars on screen shine brighter than the stars in the sky at Judy Drive-In in Mt. Sterling.
25:01 | #2404
eKAMI teaches coal miners new trades in an advanced facility in Paintsville, grab a box of chocolates and the Opera Creams at Schneider's Sweet Shop in Bellevue, and fathers and daughters carry on a barber legacy in Louisville and Elizabethtown.
27:36 | #2403
The only limit is your imagination at Makerspaces in Lexington and Burlington, a new lease on life after spinal cord injury at the University of Louisville, the life and art of one of Northern Kentucky's great artists Frank Duveneck, and Bowling Green's Duncan Hines is America's first foodie.
25:16 | #2402
Climb aboard and explore the Bourbon Trail with Doug Flynn and the good folks at Central Kentucky Tours, Harden Coffee in Campbellsville is a family business built from the "grounds" up, and meet some new neighbors at the nostalgic Wigwam Village Inn #2 in Cave City.
27:22 | #2401
Playing whiffle ball at Princeton's Little Busch Stadium; go climb a tree (and enjoy a luxurious night in it) at EarthJOY Treehouse Adventures; African-Americans came to work in the coal mines and are now making new lives in Lynch; Dayton and Bellevue football teams meet again in the most-played rivalry in Kentucky.
28:28 | #2315
Howl with the wolves at Refuge Ridge in Whitley County, a new distillery has come to town in Radcliff's Boundary Oak Distillery, and the ice cream classic Dippin' Dots is still the coolest place in Paducah.
28:41 | #2314
Bourbon & Culture return to the Old Taylor Distillery in the form of Castle & Key, Children's Charity of the Bluegrass supports the work of dozens of charities, Doug tours charming La Grange in Oldham County, and the first American "Best Dressed Woman in the World" Mona Bismarck is celebrated again in Louisville.
27:54 | #2313
Heartland Chia in Simpson County is developing a versatile crop; get a taste of Kentucky's regional dishes though Kentucky Tourism and chef Ouita Michel; Farmer Brown Tha' MC mixes rap, agriculture, and the classroom to make tasty jams; and tree huggers are welcome to support the work of Central Kentucky's Venerable Trees.
26:04 | #2312
Kentucky Life visits Owensboro's Speedzeum, visitors to Red River Gorge can see snakes from all over the world at the Kentucky Reptile Zoo, earn credits brewing beer at Western Kentucky University's College Heights Brewing, and more scenes from Georgetown's Ward Hall.
27:28 | #2311
Indulge your adventurous side with Treetop Adventure at Levi Jackson State Park, Georgetown's Ward Hall is one of the finest 19th-century homes in the nation, the Feminist Artists of Kentucky raise funds for children in need in Africa, and the Filson Historical Society is the home of Kentucky's history.
27:30 | #2310
Bosnian culture makes up a big part of Bowling Green and Western Kentucky University life; Doug learns about the flavors and traditions of Bosnian coffee; enjoy the acapella stylings of the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood; and Wyatt Severs' woodworking is a collaboration between the tree, his tools, and himself.
27:50 | #2309
The South Union Shakers in Auburn were a progressive community, the Capital City Museum highlights Frankfort's bourbon heritage, West End School in Louisville empowers its students and its community, and The LEXington Theatre Company brings in Broadway stars to work with Broadway hopefuls.
26:25 | #2308
Celebrate a Kentucky Christmas! Enjoy the acapella style singing of the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers; Doug visits with Rob Samuels of Maker's Mark Distillery; learn about Pikeville writer Effie Waller Smith, a daughter of former slaves who published poetry books and short stories during the early 1900s; and songwriter Haven Gillespie (1888-1975), a Covington native, co-wrote one of the widest-selling Christmas songs of all time.
28:00 | #2307
The cultural and historical significance of earthen mounds created by the Woodland Native Americans who lived in the land that would become Kentucky from roughly 1000 BC to 1000 AD; Stanford celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day; take in the scenery, the history, and the bowfishing along the Kentucky River at Blue Wing Landing; and scratchboard artist Kathy Conroy creates lifelike animal portraits in Pleasureville.
28:18 | #2306
Kentucky Life salutes our veterans. USA Cares focuses on supporting military families in need, Beattyville's pride in its veterans is on display at Three Forks Historical Center and the Lee County Memorial Wall, and the Canine Assisted Therapy program helps Fort Knox veterans with traumatic brain injuries.
25:31 | #2305
Kentucky State University leads the way in sustainable fish farming, meet Doug's golden retrievers and Versailles' well-known trainer Kim Littlefield, Murray State grad Sue Darnell Ellis is a teacher and grandmother with a galactic mission, and The Seafood Lady serves up Florida-style seafood in the heart of Louisville.
28:02 | #2304
Nineteenth-century artist Thomas Noble was a Confederate Army veteran whose art is famed for opposing slavery, Doug takes in the sights in Mt. Sterling, it's 'farm-to-vase' for the locally grown flowers at Three Toads Farm in Winchester, and good works and good food go hand-in-hand at Bread of Life Cafe in Liberty.
27:30 | #2303
Disability does not mean inability at Lexington's Latitude Artist Community, Doug canoes Bourbon County streams and stops by downtown Paris, Kentucky's largest coal mine disaster took place in Webster County, and Camp Zachary Taylor in Louisville trained thousands of soldiers destined for the fields and trenches of World War I.
28:34 | #2302
The community of Hopkinsville came together to support thousands coming to view 2017's Great American Eclipse; learn more about the science courtesy of the Franklin drive-in and the scientists and eclipse enthusiasts who came to Simpson County to view it; Doug and the Kentucky Horse Park celebrate the birthday of Man o'War as 2017 is the 100th anniversary of his birth; and before European settlement, native peoples made extensive use of Mammoth Cave.
26:29 | #2301
Get up close and personal with big bugs and beautiful butterflies at Idlewild Butterfly Farm in Louisville, Doug talks to Agricultural Commissioner Ryan Quarles about what makes the State Fair so special, artist Dan MacPhail uses antlers to make one-of-a-kind art, and two Kentuckians were at the heart of a tragedy at a Major League Baseball game in 1920.
27:11 | #2220
Doug visits the Louisville Zoo and gets a behind-the-scenes look at animal training, the processes involved in keeping the animals healthy, the variety of foods that must be kept on hand, the successful black-footed ferret recovery program, and the zoo's overall conservation including the Gorilla Forest exhibit.
27:14 | #2219
Forty years ago the tragedy at Beverly Hills Supper Club took place; the southeastern town of Lynch reflects on its coaltown heyday; and Valhalla Golf Course in Louisville is Kentucky's premier golf course.
26:40 | #2218
It's all about Communities in this episode of Kentucky Life! Devou Park is a green space at the very heart of Covington; the famous racehorse Lexington is the reason Central Kentucky is the thoroughbred breeding capital of the United States and arguably the world; Doug explores Stearns in the heart of the Big South Fork; and our state's 225th anniversary continues at Old Fort Harrod.
27:17 | #2217
Certified nurse midwives provide pre- to post-natal care for thousands of Kentucky mothers; Kentucky Life features the creative work of Morehead State University communications students at the Garden Roller Rink in Ashland; and the entertainment and value of local sports radio broadcasters in Rowan County.
27:46 | #2216
Doug explores historic, trendy, and tasty businesses in downtown Taylorsville; wetlands in Henderson are proud to be an addition to John James Audubon State Park; a look at the internationally renowned artist Joe Downing at the Downing Museum & Arboretum; and Danville's Constitution Square is the place to be for Kentucky's 225th anniversary of statehood.
26:41 | #2215
2017 marks the 225th anniversary of Kentucky's statehood and Doug visits the Old State Capitol in Frankfort; Patrick is a miniature horse with a huge fan base and a rock star lifestyle from Bullitt County; Second Stride in Oldham County rehabilitates, retrains, and places retired thoroughbreds; and host Doug Flynn tours the expo floor at the National Farm Machinery show in Louisville.
24:29 | #2214
A visit to the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County; Cave Hill Vineyard & Winery is Kentucky Proud and part of the Kentucky Wine Trail in Pulaski County; and musician Kory Caudill is a piano prodigy.
28:00 | #2213
Boyce General Store has been serving up great food and excellent pie since 1869 in Warren County; Doug learns about Kentucky's first cider brewery at Pivot Brewing in Lexington; Owensboro's Western Kentucky Botanical Garden is a beautiful spot for the whole community to enjoy; and Monkeys Eyebrow native Kelsey Waldon is taking her music to Nashville and a nationwide tour.
27:02 | #2212
Covington native Haven Gillespie composed and wrote enduring classics including "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"; Doug visits the Pasta Garage in Lexington; meet fan favorites and go behind the scenes at Lexington's Comic Con; and bloodhounds Magic and Chloe assist Smokey Bear by tracking arsonists in southeastern Kentucky.
27:41 | #2211
The third and final segment about the Louisville Zoo, old postcards take us on a nostalgic trip through Kentucky, and Owensboro's Rhonda McEnroe exhibits her students' work at Kentucky Wesleyan College.
27:49 | #2210
George Washington once owned land in what became Grayson County, Doug Flynn talks with Dr. Alicestyne Turley of Berea College about the Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education, the second installment in Kentucky Life's profile of the Louisville Zoo, and a trip to Hickman to explore their riverport and ferry are featured.
28:32 | #2209
In the first of a three-part series, Doug visits the Louisville Zoo; a profile of accomplished African-American Col. Charles Young; and Rosine, Kentucky is the home of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe and the Rosine Barn Jamboree.
26:53 | #2208
Eagle Bend Alpacas is home to 150 alpacas in Boone County, Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure in Campton brings European climbing techniques to the Red River Gorge, and Kentucky By Design explores our state's arts and craft contributions to The Index of American Design.
26:40 | #2207
Baker-Bird Winery in Augusta lays claim to the glory days of a historic Northern Kentucky winery, garden designer Jon Carloftis and Dale Fisher share the history and beauty of their restored 19th century home in downtown Lexington, and Kentucky Life revisits with famed folk artist Minnie Adkins.
26:07 | #2206
This program looks at those who do good work. As Mother Teresa becomes Saint Teresa, Kentucky Life visits her Missionaries of Charity chapter in Jenkins, Danville's Grace Cafe is a pay-what-you-can community restaurant committed to providing locally-sourced, nutritious food to residents; volunteers keep Kentucky's State Nature Preserves in fine form; and Misfit Island Wildlife Rescue Center cares for hundreds of animals in Henderson.
28:00 | #2205
This Veterans Day program looks at U.S. flags respectfully laid to rest by the Jeffersontown American Legion in one of the nation's largest flag retirement ceremonies; Willa Brown Chappell of Glasgow broke barriers as an African-American female pilot who trained Tuskegee Airmen; a veteran of Vietnam demonstrates his saddle-making skills in Christian County; and Doug visits Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond to discover why this university is one of the top destinations for veterans.
25:33 | #2110
Ghost lights illuminate the history of Old Louisville this Halloween! Author David Domine and a host of historians and re-enactors visit Old Louisville's most haunted places, and shed light on hundreds of years of local history and lore.
25:17 | #2204
Art meets the earth at Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort, Red Bird Mission has been a force for good in southeastern Kentucky since 1921, and fans of the musical group The Hilltoppers will enjoy this sneak peek from Kentucky Muse, debuting in October 2016.
25:23 | #2203
Go into the recording studio with Doug Flynn and songwriter Greg Austin as Kentucky Life debuts its new theme song "Kentucky Bound", the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville showcases regionally and nationally known performers, and learn more about Native American life in northern Kentucky prior to Columbus.
28:30 | #2202
Silver Run Ceramics in Boyd County combines the functional with the beautiful in their pottery, Doug Flynn basks in the scenic beauty and rich culture of Maysville, Walt's Hitching Post is an iconic Fort Wright restaurant, and Columbus Belmont State Park memorializes the site of a Civil War battle that marked the rise of Ulysses S. Grant.
28:54 | #2201
Kentucky Life begins its new season! Doug Flynn explores all the additions and changes to the Speed Museum in Louisville, the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center in Maysville showcases its citizens' pride in their community, Lake Cumberland is a popular tourist destination and an engineering marvel, and Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese in Barren County is a model for the Kentucky Proud crowd.
27:09 | #2120
In this episode dedicated to Kentucky's stringed-instrument makers, Frank Neat of Russell Springs makes custom banjos for the likes of JD Crowe and "Call of the Wildman" personality Neal James; luthier Bryan England of Caneyville shows off his mandolin-making skills and custom inlay work; Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars, including one for Rhonda Vincent & the Rage; and host Doug Flynn visits with Berea-icon Warren May for a dulcimer sing-along.
26:25 | #2119
The Moonshine Co. takes a family tradition of backcountry distilling to downtown Paducah, the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Frankfort honors those who gave their lives during this conflict in a profound way, and Maysville is the home of the Wald Cycle Company, a company with over a hundred years of ingenuity.
27:05 | #2118
Doug meets the cute and cuddly newest members at the Cincinnati Zoo, Kentucky Life explores the facts and fiction behind the legend of Swift's Silver Mine, and Kentucky Horseshoeing School in Richmond takes Doug on as a new student.
28:26 | #2117
It's a family effort for Greenup County's Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department, Doug visits the Mennonite community near Scottsville and meets custom knife maker Sam Stoner, and Lake Cumberland's Stripertime puts Doug's angler reputation to the test.
27:45 | #2116
Biochemist Lisa Senetar creates her eye-catching PhbeaD jewelry from insects, Kentucky Life talks with Doug about his baseball career and enduring love of the Cincinnati Reds, and Menifee County luthier Neil Kendrick crafts beautiful guitars.
25:51 | #2115
It's Derby time! Ken Grayson's extensive horseracing memorabilia collection goes back to the early days of Keeneland and Churchill Downs; former Triple Crown hopefuls share their home with the horses that spoiled their title hopes at Old Friends Thoroughbred retirement farm in Georgetown; and artists of Gallopalooza create colorful images on fiberglass horse statues to encourage local exploration and civic pride.
27:40 | #2114
Lt. John Crittenden's watch survived the Battle of the Little Big Horn though he did not and now The Crittenden watch resides at the Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort; the Minor E Clark Fish Hatchery in Morehead keeps anglers happy; Home Cafe & Marketplace in Bowling Green specializes in pizzas, sandwiches, salads, and desserts; and mathematician Elwyn Berlekamp launched his Fort Thomas high school education into a place at MIT, the Digital Revolution, and the stars.
27:10 | #2113
The couple behind Berea's Weavers Bottom Craft Studio create textiles, cornshuck dolls, and Minecraft worlds of outstanding beauty; luthier Bryan England of Caneyville shows off his mandolin-making skills; and photographer David Stephenson breeds, raises, and races pedigreed pigeons in Lexington.
25:01 | #2112
Mammoth Cave celebrates its 75th anniversary as a National Park and its 200th anniversary of guided cave tours; Doug visits the Life Adventure Center and learns about their Vaulting program, best described as gymnastics on the back of a moving horse; and the Parklands of Floyds Fork in Louisville is breaking new ground as one of the largest and most ambitious urban parks in the nation.
26:50 | #2111
Doug tours Eminence Speaker in Henry County; in our first on a series of luthiers, we visit Frank Neat of Russell Springs who specializes in banjos and has made banjos for many famous musicians; and Tee Dee's Blues Club takes the spotlight in Lexington.
28:42 | #2109
Doug visits the Corbin plant of SEKRI (Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries) and meets some of the employees with mental and physical challenges who produce textiles and clothing for the U.S. military; Doug goes to Save A Warrior in Versailles, an organization helping veterans struggling with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder); on the campus of Western Kentucky University, the Kentucky Museum is recognized for the quality and diversity of its collections and its commitment to the Bowling Green community; and more ghostly apparitions and ghastly tales from the haunted history of Old Louisville. Hosted at the Life Adventure Center in Versailles.
26:55 | #2108
Meet award-winning African-American sculptor William M. Duffy, a Louisville native, whose work is found in private, corporate, and public collections throughout the U.S.; experience the world famous, white water kayak competition, Lord of the Fork, at Breaks Interstate Park; and Boone County's integral role in Kentucky's Underground Railroad reveals stories of heroism and sacrifice. Hosted at the Life Adventure Center in Versailles.
26:05 | #2107
At the University of Kentucky, the puppies of Wildcat Service Dogs accompany their student trainers almost everywhere, learning to become assistance dogs for individuals facing mobility challenges; in Bowling Green, a look at the Corvette production assembly line; and Doug experiences a mode of travel from America's earlier days, aboard a steamboat on the Ohio River. Hosted at the Life Adventure Center in Versailles.
26:11 | #2106
Head to Sparta's Kentucky Speedway where fans experience all the fast-paced thrills and excitement of NASCAR racing; in Pikeville, diners at The Blue Raven Restaurant & Pub enjoy Chef Matt Corbin's pub-style Appalachian cuisine; Doug talks with the staff at Life Adventure Center in Versailles about supporting underserved youth; and through the outdoor experiences offered by his High Adventure Wilderness School in Stanton, 'Wild Bill' Gordon brings people back in touch with nature and themselves.
29:00 | #2105
In the second part of our Haunted Louisville series, Kentucky Life showcases ghostly goings-on at Old Louisville's Conrad-Caldwell House; learn about Doe-Anderson, a national advertising agency with headquarters in Louisville; from KET's Kentucky Muse, a look at country and western star Merle Travis and his thumb-picking style and songwriting that were deeply rooted in his Muhlenberg County home; and Murray craftsman Justin Roberts is passionate about reviving the almost-lost art of making traditional willow furniture.
25:48 | #2104
Kentucky Life hikes through creeks, and past snakes and bugs, to reach the beautiful wilderness area of Martin's Fork; team spirit and an ancient Chinese tradition fuel the competition of Paducah's colorful Dragon Boat races; and in Kenton County, 3,000 free-range turkeys per year keep Tewes Poultry Farm, a 70 year-old family business, going strong.
27:22 | #2103
The War of 1812 left an indelible mark on our nation's history, and Kentuckians played a vital role - 64% of Americans killed in the war were Kentuckians. From Michigan to New Orleans, Kentucky Life follows the trail of Kentucky's soldiers who fought in America's 'forgotten war.'
28:11 | #2102
Celebrate Covington's bicentennial and see why this Northern Kentucky city has had a major impact in the region; the history of Daviess County on its 200th anniversary; country singer Marty Brown attempts a comeback from a Nashville recording studio and his Simpson County home; and in Ashland, three brothers give Mexican cuisine a Southern California spin at Suplex Tacos.
26:23 | #2101
Kentucky Life host Doug Flynn enjoys a scenic boat ride through the recently re-opened locks on the Kentucky River; on the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, Kentucky veterans share their stories; and the first segment in a series of ghostly tales and haunted histories of Old Louisville.
27:35 | #2015
Each year thousands of migrating Sandhill Cranes congregate at Barren River Lake; the vibrant springtime display of wildflowers at John James Audubon State Park in Henderson; hikers of all ages and skill levels enjoy 40 miles of trails at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill; and Popes Creek Ranch in Lebanon offers opportunities for 'glamping' - glamour camping.
27:55 | #2019
Today's Special comes from Dixie Chili and Diner, founded in Newport in 1929 by Greek immigrant Nicholas Sarakatsannis; a look at the historic coal camps of Southeastern Kentucky; Columbia in Adair County is Our Town; and meet landscaper Josh Samples from Rockcastle County.
26:20 | #2018
The fantastical lives of Princess Alice Gurielli and her husband, the Romanian artist Dimitrie Berea, whose art is displayed at Berea College; the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport; a Todd Co. historical marker notes the first RFD (Rural Free Delivery of mail to rural farm families) in Kentucky; and the Lighthouse Landing Resort, Marina, and Sailing School in Livingston County are featured.
27:21 | #2017
The mother-daughter team at HorseFeathers Gifts in Henderson design and create beautiful jewelry; towards the end of the Revolutionary War, the women of the fort at Bryan Station bravely gathered water for the besieged settlement, allowing the inhabitants to survive; and in Rowan County, the family-owned The Bakery on Main specializes in fresh baked goods, gelato, and hearty soups.
26:40 | #2016
In the years following the Civil War, African American jockeys dominated horseracing and won 15 of the first 28 runnings of the Kentucky Derby; the unsung heroes of the racetrack are the track ponies; created over 50 years ago as the specialty pastry of the Melrose Inn, the chocolate-nut pie from Kern's Kitchen is the official Derby Pie; and women's eye-catching hats are a Derby tradition.
28:00 | #2014
The Kentucky Mainstreet Program revitalizes downtowns across the Commonwealth; Booneville in Owsley Co. is Our Town; tour the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum in the historic neighborhood of Old Louisville; and visit Maysville's Gateway Museum Center.
28:40 | #2013
Visit downtown Paducah, one of Kentucky's most creative communities; sample Today's Special from Peak Bros. Bar-B-Que in Union Co.; Owensboro artist Aaron Kizer paints portraits of pop culture figures; a Warren Co. marker honors the 'father of ragtime'; and see the exhibits and restored railcars at The Historic Railpark and Train Museum in Bowling Green.
27:40 | #2012
Kentucky Life explores the work of Eastern Kentucky PRIDE (Personal Responsibility In a Desirable Environment), an initiative started in 1997 by Congressman Hal Rogers and the late General James Bickford. Their vision was to encourage citizens to take responsibility for protecting the environment and provide the education and resources they need to do so. Dave Shuffett meets some of the partners that make the organization a success and gets hands-on and knee-deep along the way.
26:35 | #2011
The scenic river town of Bellevue, in Campbell County, is Our Town; Today's Special comes from Chandler's in Maysville; at their Lincoln County home, Susan and George Miller grow produce to sell at farmers' market and local restaurants; in Morehead, St. Claire Regional Medical Center provides care to more than a half-million patients each year; and St. Clare Regional's Sister Jeanne Francis Cleves is honored for her lifetime of dedicated nursing.
26:30 | #2010
In the era of segregation, Paducah's Hotel Metropolitan was the heart of the African-American community of Upper Town; the historic marker and recent restoration of the Cabin Creek covered bridge in Lewis County; Kentucky's iconic ash trees are at risk from the invasive Emerald Ash Borer; and Amy Hess visits Hazard, the "Queen City of the Mountains" for Our Town.
28:00 | #2009
Kentucky Life searches for 'Abandoned Kentucky.' In Muhlenberg County, the ruins of an 1850's iron furnace are all that remain of Old Airdrie; the town of Beauty, in Martin County, stands on the site of what once was the Hungarian community of Himlerville; photographer Sherman Cahal explores the deserted Old Crow Distillery in Frankfort; and in Louisville, the preservation of an historic house was accomplished through the efforts of an ice cream shop.
27:40 | #2008
A look at the greatest maritime disaster in U.S. history, it occurred on April 27, 1865 when the steamship SS Sultana exploded on the Mississippi River and an estimated 1800 passengers died, including 194 from Kentucky; in Paducah, a historical marker honors engineer and Confederate General Lloyd Tilghman; a visit to Louisville's Mega Cavern, approximately 100 acres of underground fun, including the world's only fully underground zipline course; and Kentucky Ingrained LLC in McKee features handcrafted furniture from reclaimed Kentucky hardwoods.
25:31 | #2007
Meet Jerry Bransford, a 5th generation African-American guide at Mammoth Cave; several historical markers in southeastern Kentucky recount the journeys of Dr. Thomas Walker; Amy Hess visits Eugene McMahan & Sons Furniture in Taylor County; and Dave goes to Clinton, Kentucky for a hands-on look at the process of creating the award-winning Harper's Country Hams.
27:50 | #2006
Meet Mason County native and award-winning painter Steve White, whose paintings reflect America's first frontier from 1760-1812; Amy Hess visits downtown Paris; visit The Potter's Inn Bed and Breakfast in Wilmore; and the story of the Civil War ambush and massacre in Simpsonville of the 5th United States Colored Cavalry by a band of Confederate guerillas.
28:30 | #2005
Kentucky Life honors Kentucky's veterans. Dave experiences Kentucky National Guard training at the Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville; a historical marker in Woodbury documents the naval career of Butler Co. native Admiral Claude C. Bloch; the CAT (Canine Assisted Therapy) program at Ft. Knox pairs servicemen who have sustained traumatic brain injuries (TBI's) with dogs; Tony Davis, a Marine from Lexington, crafts handmade items out of used bourbon barrels at Studio 300; and Amy Hess introduces us to Micki King, a gold medal winning Olympic diver and a career officer in the U.S. Air Force.
26:40 | #2004
Dave and Amy tour shops, cafes, and attractions along the Hitcents Park Plaza corridor of Bowling Green; a look at The Kentucky Tragedy, one of the most sensational crimes in Kentucky history; a visit to Morehead State University; and learn how Kentucky cavers are working to prevent the spread of deadly White Nose Syndrome in bats at Carter Caves State Resort Park.
27:00 | #2003
Dave takes a road trip to Red Bird with a convoy of Model T and Model A enthusiasts; at the confluence of the Ohio and Kentucky Rivers, Carrollton is Our Town; Trigg Enterprise is a family farming business in Barren County raising produce, Black Angus cattle, and tilapia; and a greenhouse in Paducah specializes in Tillandsias, plants grown without soil known as 'air plants.'
27:40 | #2002
Featured stories include Covington's luxury condominium building The Ascent, designed by former UK architecture professor Daniel Libeskind; the restoration of Taylor County's Homeplace on Green River; Hemmer Hill Farm in Crestwood and its Saint Croix sheep and CSA program; and Amy Hess spends a day in Burkesville along the Cumberland River in Cumberland County.
26:40 | #2001
Dave explores downtown Owensboro's fun and beautiful new riverfront; Variety Pizza in Breathitt County has fans driving in from hours away; Amy Hess meets Lexington teen violinist Blakely Burger and her band The Hollow Bodies; and Elliott County artist Bonita Skaggs-Parsons puts her own spin on folk art and life in Appalachia.
27:25 | #1921
Since 2004, the Keeneland Concours d'Elegance has not only been showing off the best of automotive history but the best of the Bluegrass as well. The Keeneland Concours, consistently ranked one of the top 20 events in the southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society, is a three-day car exhibition held each July on the grounds of historic Keeneland Race Course.
26:40 | #1920
A profile of General John Hunt Morgan, known as the Thunderbolt of the Confederacy, was born in Alabama, but is considered a true son of Kentucky, and the romantic ideal of the Southern cavalryman. He is known for his daring raids across Kentucky, southern Indiana, and Ohio during the Civil War.
26:40 | #1919
BB Riverboats, operating from the Newport Landing, have been cruising Northern Kentucky waters for more than 30 years; a historical marker in Whitley County recounts the history of Cumberland College, now the University of the Cumberlands; a look some rare white thoroughbreds in Marshall County; and fascinating information about the U.S. Bullion Depository at Ft. Knox from two knowledgeable insiders are featured.
27:30 | #1918
Kentucky Life highlights Derby day. The career of Kentuckian Roscoe Goose who rode Donerail to victory in the 1913 Kentucky Derby; a look at Churchill Downs, which officially opened on May 17, 1875; the mint julep, the quintessential southern cocktail; and Zenyatta, the first filly ever to win the Breeders' Cup Classic are featured.
26:40 | #1917
Kentucky Life celebrates Earth Day. Visit Dawson Springs, a designated Trail Town, and a popular destination for visitors in search of Kentucky Adventure Tourism; Today's Special comes from Miguel's Pizza in the Red River Gorge area of Powell County; meet the Red River Gorge Trail Crew, hard-working volunteers dedicated to maintaining the extensive trail system of the Gorge; and GRIT magazine named Adair County couple Randy and Jennifer Luethje runners-up in its inaugural Homesteaders of the Year Awards.
26:40 | #1916
Dave tours the Great Saltpetre Cave in Rockcastle County; a marker recounts the history of Scott County's Cardome Center, once the home of Kentucky Governor James F. Robinson; meet Black Bear, a Native American potter, who lives and works in Morehead; Prestonburg's Billy Ray's restaurant is serving Today's Special, and find out about Kentucky's cotton industry.
28:00 | #1915
The pageantry and flair of performances by Lexington Vintage Dance; Louisa, the county seat of Lawrence County, is Our Town; YouthBuild Louisville helps young adults reach their potential; and in Paducah, dog trainer Gene Glastetter and his dog Versace have become a successful team in the the fast growing sport of dog agility despite a special challenge.
27:41 | #1914
Appalachian artist Tami Booher uses the palette knife technique to create textured landscapes and nature scenes; a visit to the 200-year-old Bodley-Bullock House in Lexington's Gratz Park; Amy Hess explores downtown Shelbyville; and in Casey County, Dave meets master wood worker Robert Vannevel.
26:40 | #1913
Meet Jim Embry, a passionate advocate of community gardening; in Leslie County, the history of a barn built in the 1900's; the Greyhound Tavern in Ft. Mitchell serves Today's Special; and the restored grandeur of historic Richwood Plantation Inn in Milton are featured.
26:40 | #1912
Kentucky Life highlights the sporting traditions around the state. The hardwood action from the Marshall County Hoop Fest, historical markers in Kenton and Meade counties document the achievements of Major League baseball players from Kentucky, Dave plays a round or two along the Kentucky State Parks Golf Trail, and Dave casts for a trophy fish at Dale Hollow in a new Dave Does It are featured.
26:40 | #1911
Kentucky Life celebrates Presidents' Day with stories about U.S. Presidents who have ties to Kentucky. The 1806 Logan County duel involving future president Andrew Jackson, Zachary Taylor National Cemetery in Louisville next to the family home, and Lincoln's hometown of Hodgenville is Our Town. Plus, Confederate President Jefferson Davis' ties to Kentucky are also featured.
21:40 | #1910
Kentucky's signature Hot Brown from Louisville's Brown Hotel, the river town of Henderson is the Downtown Destination, northern Kentucky's Roebling Bridge, and the Iroquois Hunt Club and its innovative Hound Welfare Fund are featured.
26:40 | #1909
Experience the history and excitement of the Eighth of August weekend. Every year, African-Americans in parts of Western Kentucky and central Tennessee gather to celebrate Emancipation, a homecoming tradition begun in 1868.
26:40 | #1908
The revival of building Drystone walls with master stone mason Cecil Aguilar; a historical marker in Carter County points out the home of former Kentucky Gov. William Jason Fields; the vintage motorcycles at the Bluegrass Motorcycle Museum in Hartford; Barbourville in Knox County is Our Town; and Jane's Saddlebag, a family-friendly tourist destination in Boone County are featured.
26:40 | #1907
Pennyroyal Scuba Blue Springs Resort in Hopkinsville is one of the most popular scuba diving destinations in the region; a Daviess County historical marker tells how politician George Graham Vest gained international fame thanks to a dog; self-taught artist Ken Swinson's paintings and prints feature Kentucky's landscapes and whimsical farm animals; and Dave enjoys a day at The Festival of the Bluegrass, a 40 year musical tradition in Lexington.
26:40 | #1906
The gravesite of Kentucky frontiersman Daniel Boone is the number one tourist attraction in Frankfort, but is he actually buried there; a Taylor County historic marker describes the origins of Campbellsville University; Amy Hess tours the Pulaski County city of Somerset and visits its newly renovated Fountain Square; and in Perry County, Coal Country Beeworks is committed to re-establishing bees and beekeeping in the region.
26:41 | #1905
Kentucky Life salutes America's veterans. The Camp Nelson Honor Guard is the resident volunteer guard of Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Jessamine County; a West Liberty monument honors women in military service; the Aviation Heritage Park in Bowling Green features military aircraft and is a memorial to distinguished aviators; and the story of Sgt. Reckless, the heroic horse who carried ammunition for the Marines during the Korean War.
26:40 | #1904
The spooky side of local history is featured in the Haunts of Owensboro walking tours; the Haycraft Inn marker in Hardin County states it was a popular stop for stagecoaches; Greenup County band The Whipps play original music they call hick-hop; and Louisville food trucks offer a variety of cuisines.
26:40 | #1903
Dave explores the hardwood forests and sandstone bluffs of Muhlenberg County's Lake Malone with outdoor enthusiast Cory Ramsey; Winchester is Our Town; Amy Hess introduces us to Kentucky luthier Douglas Naselroad, a Master Artist in Residence at the Appalachian Artisan Center in Hindman; and Artists Collaborative Theatre has been promoting the performing arts in Pike County for over 10 years.
26:40 | #1902
In this season's first Dave Does It, Dave gets his sea legs in Paducah at the Seamen's Church Institute's Center for Maritime Education; Frances BBQ in Monroe County is Today's Special; the stone masonry of Camp Springs in Campbell County provides a unique beauty to the area; and Ruby Moon Vineyard and Winery in Henderson produces award-winning wines.
26:00 | #1901
The new season begins with a visit to Bardstown, voted The Most Beautiful Small Town in America in 2012; historic markers point out Kenton County homes with presidential connections; meet Doc Shuffett, Dave's cousin, a nonagenarian physician; and artist Kathleen O'Brien creates mixed media watercolor collages inspired by nature.
28:30 | #1816
Get a global view at the Headley-Whitney Museum in Lexington; German artists Herakut leave their mark in Lexington; East Bernstadt is Our Town; guests find a relaxing retreat at Hidden Cave Ranch Bed and Breakfast in Burkesville; and in Oldham County, horse trainer Gudmar Petursson shows us why Icelandic Horses are conquering America.
26:40 | #1820
Owensboro artist Rhonda McEnroe shares her passion for painting with art students; in Union County, historical markers cite the beginnings of one of baseball's greatest players; gunslingers entertain visitors at Guntown Mountain in Barren County; our Downtown Destination is Danville; and during 2013's Commonwealth Cleanup, Dave joins the Spring Cleanup crew at Dale Hollow for Dave Does It.
26:40 | #1819
Teenage sisters Kendall and Kenzie Gentry, barrel-racing champions from Henderson, give us an up-close look at this rodeo sport; in Logan County, Rogues' Harbor is Our Town; the story of outlaw Jesse James and his ties to Kentucky; and in Dave Does It, Dave joins the Hooten Old Town Regulators of McKee in a Single Action Shooting Competition.
26:40 | #1818
In Paducah, an evening of band performances at the Maiden Alley Cinema; Salyersville is Our Town; a Kentucky girl raises money and spirits with a knitting project for residents of Joplin, Missouri; and in the hills above Morehead, Dave and Toby explore the vineyards of CCC Trail Winery.
26:40 | #1817
Dave tries his hand at Dainty, a German street-ball game played in the Louisville neighborhood of Schnitzelburg; a historical marker explains how Middlesboro's golf course made links history; in Monroe County, skilled sharpshooters take aim in the marble game of Rolley Hole; learn about the popular game of cornhole; and Dave goes out on a limb with EarthJoy Tree Adventures in Alexandria.
26:41 | #1815
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, Dave learns about the Kentucky Wild Rivers Program as he explores the beautiful forest and waterways of The Little South Fork; a trip to the Licking River in Northern Kentucky reveals the surprising diversity of Kentucky's mussel species; and farmer and seed collector Bill Best introduces us to tasty varieties of Heirloom beans.
26:40 | #1814
Dave encounters animal species in Blood River Seeps State Nature Preserve in Calloway County; historical markers document the fateful ride of Revolutionary War hero Capt. John "Jack" Jouett, Jr.; efforts to preserve the Holt House in Breckinridge County honor the legacy of Judge Joseph Holt, one of Lincoln's trusted allies; and Maysville's Washington Opera House is the home of The Maysville Players, the oldest established theatre group in Kentucky.
26:40 | #1813
Meet photographer John Cohen, who came to eastern Kentucky in the late 1950s and captured the region's landscape, people, and music; in Laurel County, Dave enjoys Today's Special at the longtime London landmark, Weaver's Hot Dogs; the Shepherdsville train crash of 1917 is still regarded as the worst in Kentucky's history; and meet Australian horse trainers The Double Dans, who have made Nicholasville their second home.
26:40 | #1812
Spend an evening at Headliners Music Hall in Louisville for the popular StorySLAM, a part of NPR's Moth Radio Hour; in Caldwell County, a marker recounts the history of the Night Rider movement begun by Dr. David Amoss who organized tobacco farmers against an unfair monopoly; enjoy the music of Lexington-based band Coralee and The Townies; at Newport's Gangsters Dueling Piano Bar, bar patrons join the piano players for high energy, singalong fun; and experience the famous Moonbow at Cumberland Falls State Park in Whitley County. A 2013 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1811
Meet songwriter and Muhlenberg County native Bill Harlan; in Wayne County, the community of Monticello is tonight's Our Town; a look at Bowling Green's ShakeRag District, recognized for its significance to African American history; a historical marker recounts Lexington's Colored Orphan Industrial Home in 1892; and Dave visits with John Carpenter of Lewis County, renowned nationwide for his sports memorabilia collection.
26:40 | #1810
A profile of Morgan County native Paul Gilley, a songwriter who wrote some of the 20th century's most famous songs, including "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" for Hank Williams, Sr.; a historical marker in Rockcastle County reprises the history of the Renfro Valley radio broadcasts; Dave takes a look at the growing beer brewing scene in Lexington; and Country Girl at Heart Farm Bed and Breakfast in Hart County offers an interactive farm experience for guests. A 2013 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1809
Dave, with Toby by his side, remembers the 1811-1812 New Madrid earthquakes by visiting Reelfoot Lake, Kentucky Bend, and other landforms shaped by the quakes 200 years ago. In Memphis, Dave meets with specialists to find out about earthquake preparedness and the odds of another quake occurring along the New Madrid fault. A 2013 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1808
Meet Lucille Sharp, an actress from Lexington who has a role in this season's Downton Abbey; the Grant County community of Crittenden is Our Town; learn how the Fort-named towns of Northern Kentucky got their names; and the award-winning and inspiring work of Louisville artist Trent Altman. A 2013 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffet.
14:20 | #1807
Meet the characters who congregate on Bardstown Road for the annual Louisville Zombie Attack; Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK) try to find explanations for claims of paranormal activity; in Voices of Elmwood, actors portray deceased residents of Daviess County and tell their stories at graveside to guests who ride through Elmwood Cemetery; and Dave investigates the life of Hopkinsville native and clairvoyant Edgar Cayce. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1806
Explore the biodiversity at Blood River Seeps State Nature Preserve in Calloway County's Western Waterlands region; a historical marker in Boyd County honors Mary E. Flanery, the first woman elected to the Kentucky legislature; Toby attracts a crowd in the Casey County town of Liberty; named after two Winchester cats, Stinky and Coco's Diner is serving up Today's Special; and a performance by Tin Can Buddha. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1805
Learn about Kentucky State University's research and domestication of that tropical-tasting fruit - the pawpaw, Chef Bob Perry from UK's College of Sustainable Agriculture prepares a pawpaw dish, Dave and Toby take a trip to Leslie County to learn about rural post offices, and a look at Pulaski County's Short Creek - the story Kentucky Life Facebook friends chose in an online vote. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1804
Dave visits Cedar Creek Vineyards in Pulaski County; a Warren County historical marker recounts Bowling Green native Duncan Hines' career in the food and lodging industry; watch how cheese is made at Good Shepherd Cheese, a sheep milk dairy in Bath County; visit Heaven Hill Distilleries Inc. in Bardstown; and meet food blogger Joyce Pinson and see why her blog, Friends Drift Inn, is attracting national attention. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1803
The 3-wheeled bike taxis of Woo Hoo Pedicab offers a social and environmentally friendly means of transportation around the northern Kentucky city of Newport and across the river into Cincinnati; Dave pulls up a chair for Today's Special at The Purple Onion, a popular Central City restaurant; the city of Hopkinsville was a main stop along The Chitlin' Circuit, a national string of clubs where black recording artists could perform during the days of segregation; and in Washington County, the Springfield Opera House is the home of the Central Kentucky Community Theatre which offers a variety of musicals and plays. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1802
Meet Cumberland River, a bluegrass band with roots set deep in the eastern Kentucky hills of Harlan County; Dave visits the Kentucky Dept. of Travel and Tourism in Frankfort; visit Covington's historic Linden Grove Cemetery, the final resting place for American veterans and northern Kentucky's culturally diverse population; and the Buffalo Furnace historical marker highlights iron furnaces in Kentucky. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:41 | #1801
The town of West Liberty was struck by two tornadoes on Feb. 29 and Mar. 2, 2012. Dave visits the Louisville National Weather Service, established in 1871, to find out about the region's history of tornadoes and what tornado warnings mean; talks with General John Heltzel of Kentucky Emergency Management to find out how the state is prepared to help in any emergency; and visits the town of West Liberty, to see how this hardest-hit of communities is dealing with its loss and its recovery. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1722
An innovative program at the Morehead Youth Development Center is providing second chances for retired racing greyhounds and the Center's female, teenaged residents; a historical marker in Laurel County recounts a Swiss settlement in the area; tour the newly-opened Center for the Performing Arts at Eastern Kentucky University; in Calloway County, Murray is our Downtown Destination; and the Corsair Artisan Distillery in Bowling Green is tapping the history of the Kentucky whiskey trade to distill some unique liquors with a modern twist. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1721
Dave spends a relaxing day on a cattle farm in Hopkins County, practicing his fly-fishing cast, and learning to weave baskets; a grouping of historical markers honors three Kenton County natives in the entertainment industry; Dee's Drive Inn, in Lawrence County, serves up Today's Special; Albany of Clinton County is tonight's Our Town; and in another of our series about Kentucky's Carnegie libraries, we look at the history and current mission of Covington's Carnegie, home to the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1720
The community of Henderson pays homage to its famous former resident with bronze bird sculptures created from the drawings of John James Audubon; the Lyon County community of Eddyville is tonight's Our Town; the ancient sport of falconry is alive in the skies of Grayson County; and from his Applied Imagination workshop in Campbell County, Paul Busse blends his passion for plants, architecture, and trains into national exhibits of fantastic miniature worlds. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1719
Travel the back roads of Kentucky in search of the painted barns that encouraged us all to "See Rock City"; a historical marker in Muhlenberg County tells the sad story of a house built for unrequited love; in Madison County, efforts are underway to memorialize and protect the site of The Battle of Richmond; and Dave enjoys the frozen treats of Gelato Gilberto in Prospect. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1718
Horses are the focus of this Derby themed program as Dave visits Turfway Park in Florence and learns first-hand what it takes to operate a racetrack, even mucking the stalls; a historical marker tells of Bashford Manor Farm, one of Kentucky's top thoroughbred horse farms until the horses were sold in 1922; go on the beat with the Lexington Mounted Police, highly respected as one of the best Mounted Police units in the country; and be inspired by New Beginnings Therapeutic Riding in Bowling Green, a horseback riding program for kids with disabilities. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1717
In Caldwell County, the Wilson-Blair African American One Room Schoolhouse and museum features African-American artifacts and memorabilia; explore the cultural history of the Paris and Bourbon County region at the Hopewell Museum; on the cliffs above Lake Cumberland in Burnside, Eagles View Bed & Breakfast offers guests lodge-style ambience; and Dave joins a team of ghost hunters during an eerie stop at Octagon Hall in Franklin, which many believe is one of the most haunted sites in America. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1716
In celebration of Earth Day, Dave literally has a bird in the hand, as he helps net and band songbirds in Red River Gorge; Newport is our Downtown Destination; Dave gets a hives-eye-view of the modern trend of urban beekeeping in Louisville; and spring cleaning is the theme of a new Dave Does It which features Dave pitching in to help out groups across the state as they participate in the Commonwealth Cleanup efforts. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1715
Over the past 21 years, two Kentucky high schools have won a staggering 23 state band championships between them - the Fayette County high schools of Lafayette and Dunbar; a historical marker describes how Cherokees being relocated along the Trail of Tears sought shelter at Mantle Rock in Livingston County; the tasty confections of CakewalkKy in Boyle County; the Monroe County community of Bugtussle is Our Town; and learn about the Rowan County War, a feud that took place in Morehead between 1884 and 1887. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1714
Dave takes a journey of discovery in the Civil War footsteps of his great-great-grandfather Michael Shuffett. Dave talks with genealogists and Civil War historians; participates in a reenactment; follows the fate of the 13th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry at the battles of Shiloh, Resaca, and Kennesaw Mountain; and learns what it means to be a Union soldier from Kentucky. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1713
A teenage author discusses his book about his Hopkinsville home town; Dave puts his knowledge of the great outdoors to the test on a trip into the Daniel Boone Forest with a wilderness survival expert; and the husband and wife team behind Junkyard Pottery in McCreary County create hand-thrown pottery designed in a variety of colored glazes. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1712
On a canoe trip down the Little Sandy River, Dave discovers the beauty in this Elliott County paradise; historic Springfield in Washington County is Our Town; the unique architectural features of Kentucky's 13 remaining covered bridges; and Boone County's Maplewood Farm, the home of slave Margaret Garner, whose story was the inspiration for Toni Morrison's novel Beloved. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1711
A look at Western Kentucky's thriving pecan crop; an historical marker in Scott County provides information about the Payne-Desha House; part two of our look at The Orphan Brigade, beginning with the Battle of Shiloh; and in a segment narrated by singer Kris Kristofferson, a profile of Kentucky character actor Harry Dean Stanton. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1710
In a chilly Dave Does It, Dave helps feed and tend the residents of Newport Aquarium's Penguin Palooza; a Metcalfe County historical marker details the discovery of an artesian well; Dave visits Vendome Copper and Brass Works in Jefferson County; the Knott County community of Mousie is Our Town; and explore the contributions of Kentucky's soldiers in the War of 1812. A 2012 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1709
Visit Winter Wonderland at RiverPark Center in downtown Owensboro; Chef Bob Perry of the University of Kentucky's Sustainable Agriculture program cooks up a sumptuous Christmas dinner of all Kentucky products in Today's Special; Sara Dunham designs Christmas cards based on the 'sheep with character' and other animals at her Equinox Farm in Harrison County; and listen to traditional Christmas music, courtesy of the St. Paul Roman Catholic Church Music Ensemble in Florence. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1708
At two recently erected public memorials, Kentuckians can honor and remember those from Flight 5191 and 9/11; the Carter County Caves have served several purposes including mining for saltpeter for the War of 1812; Kentucky authors Bobbie Ann Mason and Wendell Berry illuminate the stories behind one of the country's most unusual grave sites - the Wooldridge Monuments in Mayfield's Maplewood Cemetery; and Dave visits Letcher County's Oven Fork Mercantile.
26:42 | #1707
Dave takes a high-flying zip-line tour through the forest canopy at Mammoth Cave Adventures; Shelby County's oldest stone residence was a stagecoach stop in the 1800's; Today's Special is served up at Burkesville's Annie Ruby's Cafe, where Dave samples the popular tomato pie and other menu favorites; the Hancock community of Hawesville is tonight's Our Town; and Bedford artisan Lynn Horine creates beautiful baskets out of gourds and coiled pine needles.
26:42 | #1706
Jefferson County artist Deward Eades explores his fascination with 'the landscape of the mind' through sculpture and painting; the Morgan County community of West Liberty is Our Town; a look at former State Representative Bill Cornett from Knott County, aka Banjo Bill, who was known for his passion for preserving old styles of music and using it to further his legislative agenda; and paleontologist Dr. Rick Toomey, director of the Mammoth Cave International Center for Science and Learning, seeks unknown tunnels and chambers in Mammoth Cave. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1705
A look at one of the most decorated units of the Civil War, the First Kentucky Brigade, also known as the Orphan Brigade; Today's Special has an Italian flair, courtesy of Chef Joel Lavinder at Caproni's Restaurant in Maysville; in Russell County, the members of OlBoysToys Car Club host a monthly car show April through September; and founded in 1795, Elizabethtown has all the vibrant attributes of a much larger city but remains a charming small town. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1704
Restoration and repair at Judah Lowell's Corner Clocks shop in Lexington; a McLean County historical marker tells the tale of a one-of-a-kind bridge that spans two rivers and another county; the front porch of Wildflowers Farm Bed and Breakfast near Paducah and Land Between the Lakes offers a porch swing and a peaceful view; Our Town highlights the community of Sweet Owen, in Owen County; and meet printmaker and art professor Bob Franzini, who specializes in lithography. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1703
Dave Does It is 'on the house' as Dave learns the roofing trade from the experts at Ray Nolan Roofing Company in Louisville; Today's Special is served up in Paducah; award-winning Butler County glass artist William Van Tassel says "Life is good as a back woods glass blower"; and the scenic Lewis County Quilt Trail includes barn quilt squares honoring veterans of the five branches of the U.S. military and POW/MIA's. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1702
Dave travels the Bowling Green Civil War Discovery Trail and learns about the wartime significance of the city that was, briefly, the capital of the Confederate State of Kentucky; an historical marker commemorates Taylor County's oldest congregation; dogs and cats provide 'Love On A Leash' when members of the Somerset chapter of this national pet-assisted therapy program visit hospital patients and nursing home residents; the Webster county town of Dixon is profiled; and Kentucky Gentlemen Cigars feature premium tobacco aged in bourbon barrels and hand-rolled in Anderson County. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1701
Night time is the right time to learn about Lepidoptera and the vital role moths play in Kentucky's biodiversity; the cultural landmarks of Frankfort's historic district are tonight's Downtown Destination; an elegant Carnegie Library building is home to the collection of the second largest art museum in the state, the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art; and Dave visits a Whitley County gardener whose exotic palms and cacti are more suited to tropical and desert climes than to Kentucky. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1620 | TV-G
A look at the Native American connections to the mysterious Clay County petroglyphs featured last season; Covington's Mainstrasse Village is our Downtown Destination; a visit to the St. James Court Art Show, a cultural and artistic event in the heart of Old Louisville for more than 50 years; and musician Chet Lott, a Mississippi native now living in Bourbon County and making music that has benefited Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1619 | TV-G
Visit Historic Maple Hill Manor in Springfield, voted #1 in the U.S. as the B&B with the "Most Historic Charm," voted "Kentucky's Best B&B," and voted "Best Breakfast in the Southeast,'' - all this, and they raise alpacas too; Beattyville is Our Town; Dave visits a dairy farm in Grant County in Dave Does It; and the dining room at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is serving a seasonal menu with produce grown on site at the farm and supplemented by other locally grown items. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
14:40 | #1618 | TV-G
Southwestern High School in Somerset, Ky., has a fully licensed rehabilitation center for birds of prey, where students are responsible for the total care of the birds; Paintsville is Our Town; a look at Winchester's Ale-8-One bottling plant, which has been producing Ale-8-One since 1926; and Dave hikes South America, a remote tract of pristine land in the Pine Mountain Wildlife Corridor. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1617 | TV-G
Dave meets Model A auto enthusiast Jerry Baker of Paris, Ky., who lovingly restores and repairs these cars in his shop; a visit to The Plaza Theater in Glasgow, newly renovated to showcase live music and dramatic performances; Wheelwright, founded in 1916 by the Elk Horn Coal Company, is Our Town; and a tribute to our beloved Charlie, Dave's popular co-host and the "elder statesman of the Kentucky Life Golden team." A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1616 | TV-G
As a first-time attendee, Dave participated in all the excitement of the famous "first Saturday in May" when he went to the 2010 Kentucky Derby; Campbellsville in Taylor County is Our Town; remembering the old Latonia Race Track, built in 1883 and site of the Latonia Derby, which initially was regarded as a more important race for 3-year old Thoroughbreds than the Kentucky Derby; and a look at the Lexington Fashion Collaborative, a central Kentucky group of fashion designers, photographers, stylists, models and other artists. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1615 | TV-G
It's all about the chicken at the Bon Ton Mini Mart in Henderson, where the fried chicken that has been featured in Gourmet Magazine and on NPR is Today's Special; we learn the story of the Brown-Pusey House from an historical marker in Hardin County; Bobby Mackey's Music World, a nightclub and tavern in Wilder, Ky., might be one of the most haunted places in America; Crab Orchard in Lincoln County is tonight's Our Town; and Ashland's Putnam Stadium, home of the Ashland Tomcats, was built in the 1930's and is still in use today. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1614 | TV-G
Dave tours Tebb's Bend and other areas set aside for protection by the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund, and learns how the organization works to preserve Ky.'s areas of natural beauty; Hazel Green in Wolfe County is Our Town; award-winning architect Richard Levine designs sustainable cities and buildings, including his own Raven Run house which contributes energy back to the power grid; and we travel across the state to understand how invasives are impacting Ky.'s biodiversity. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1613 | TV-G
The Derby City Roller Girls from Louisville, members of the National Flat Track Derby Association, show us how they roll, in practice and competition; Today's Special comes from The Porch Restaurant in Russell Springs, known for their homemade soups and salads; Sheltowee Farms in Bath County is Kentucky's premier gourmet mushroom farm, where shitake and oyster mushrooms are grown organically for restaurants and markets in Ky. and Ohio; and Warren Co. artist Leslie Nichols combines image with text to create layered landscapes and portraits. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1612 | TV-G
Dave samples the abundant buffet at Opal's in Jackson County but saves room for the famous homemade cream pies that are Today's Special; Paducah is our Downtown Destination; in the latest Dave Does It, Dave lends a hand at Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment in Dunnville, the largest manufacturer of farm gates and animal management equipment in the country; a historic marker in Hancock County tells the tale of a railroad station; and Dave visits Cub Run Cave in Hart County, one of the most spectacular caves in Ky. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:56:01 | #1699
In this retrospective from Kentucky Life on the Road, host Dave Shuffett travels Highway 62 to Maysville, Bullard Safety Equipment in Cynthiana, Midway, the Bluegrass Railroad Museum in Versailles, Lovers Leap Vineyard in Anderson County, and the Abbey of Gethsemani. He heads down Highway 68 to Bluegrass horse farms, Shakertown, and learns Lexington's history with Harry Miller. Dave concludes his journey along Highway 60 by visiting Thom's Sweet Shop and Cafe in Marion, Cave-In-Rock State Park, Smithland, Swan Lake Management Area, and says goodbye from the river bank in Paducah. A 2011 KET production.
26:40 | #1611 | TV-G
Aboard an amphibious vehicle, Dave gets a duck's-eye view of Newport, the Ohio River, and Cincinnati; Marion is tonight's Our Town; Kentucky pianist and educator Harry Pickens brings people, ideas and possibilities together through music; and a tour of the newly expanded Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1610 | TV-G
Rudy Medlock, Wilmore potter and retired Asbury art professor; for Today's Special, we order off the short but iconic menu at Ferrell's Hamburgers, in Hopkinsville; Dave sits a spell with the engaging Mrs. Lera Williams, who at 110, is the oldest living Kentuckian; and The West Kentucky African American Heritage Museum and Research Center and the Russellville Blues concert series promote an African-American neighborhood's history in the area. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1609 | TV-G
A look at the high school basketball program at Mercer County's tiny Burgin Independent Schools; Highland House, a Carrollton B & B in a restored 1920's mansion along the Ohio River; and patrons indulge in delectable chocolate fondues, rich chocolate espresso, and delicious artisan chocolate creations at Coco's Chocolate Café in Louisville. A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1608 | TV-G
At Henson Broom Shop and General Store (in Symsonia, just outside of Paducah), Dave learns the art of broom-making in a new Dave Does It; Bowling Green is tonight's Downtown Destination; Dave dons a wetsuit and snorkel in pursuit of colorful fish known as darters; and the lasting legacy of Cassius Marcellus Clay, "The Lion of White Hall." A 2011 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1607 | TV-G
KaLightoscope Christmas premieres at the Galt House in Louisville; park visitors participate in the 31st annual Cave Sing at Mammoth Cave National Park; the Nativity Display at Maysville's Trinity Lutheran Church showcases a collection of creches of all sizes and styles from around the world; and an Our Town visit to the seasonally appropriate town of Berry in Harrison County. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1606 | TV-G
From historical America to a fantasy forest, detailed miniature worlds are on display in Danville at The Great American Dollhouse Museum; Today's Special is barbeque from the Uniontown Food Mart in Union County ; in Somerset, the Carnegie Community Arts Center is home to some of the area's major arts organizations, and a venue for local artists to exhibit and sell their work; and in Daviess County, artist Rex Robinson celebrates the natural beauty and history of Kentucky. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1605 | TV-G
Leslie Lyons, daughter of UK football legend Dicky Lyons, Sr. and sister of star UK wide receiver Dicky Lyons, Jr. has written a book about her famous family and what it really means to be True Blue; Nobob in Barren County is this week's Our Town; youngsters participating in My Nose Turns Red Youth Circus learn circus skills including unicycle riding, juggling and even walking the tightrope; and a visit to the famous Ruth Hunt Candy Company in Mt. Sterling, "Official Candy Makers of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby." A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1604 | TV-G
In a new Dave Does It, Dave fishes the Mississippi River with the Bencini family who have been in the commercial fishing business in Columbus, Ky., for more than 100 years; 2nd Street in Owensboro is the Downtown Destination; students at Wilmore's Asbury University train horses to become police mounts in a one-of-a-kind college program; and Kim Huston, author of Small Town Sexy, talks about the renewed interest in small town life. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1603 | TV-G
The history of gambling in Northern Kentucky still lives on Monmouth Street in Newport, but it's also home to family owned businesses and the center of the city's econmic revival; the Chef's Afield event hosted by the University of Kentucky's South Farm provides Today's Special; eight acres of grass to mow was the incentive behind the start of the successful Finchville Daylily Farm in Shelby County; and the Powwow Pow Wow in Hopkinsville celebrates Native American culture and history. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1602 | TV-G
A rare look at the personal life of Jesse Stuart as friends share home movies and reminisce about the Kentucky literary legend; it's "corporate rock" at its best when the band Suits That Rock hits the stage for a benefit concert in Covington; and home roasted coffee, organically grown food, and a commitment to animal rescue are some of the ways the Bowling Green café Greener Groundz enriches the local community. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1601 | TV-G
It's "Batter Up" as Dave joins the Men's Senior Baseball League team in Louisville in the first Dave Does It of the season; a visit to Ashland's Winchester Avenue, location of several arts and cultural centers; a follow-up visit with Bowling Green artist Mark Whitley, a woodworker whose creations now find homes in museums; and scenic Stoner Creek draws guests to The Treehouse B & B in Bourbon County.A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:41 | #1519 | TV-G
A championship caliber golf course on re-claimed coal mine land in Prestonsburg; the river town of Cloverport is this week's Our Town; it's a Dave Does It Challenge as Dave works with HB Stanley Concrete in Beaver Dam; and Roundstone Native Seed in Upton produces native Kentucky grasses and wildflowers. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:39 | #1518 | TV-G
Dave investigates the Middlesboro astrobleme crater; a Covington eatery serves up Today's Special; migrating Monarch Butterflies are netted and tagged at Audubon State Park in Henderson; and Coffee Times Coffee House in Lexington has been roasting and brewing coffee for more than 25 years. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1517 | TV-G
In a Derby-inspired show, Dave takes a spin on the world's longest go-kart track, at Kart Kountry in Shepherdsville; Louisville's dining and entertainment destination Fourth Street Live; the Kentucky Equine Humane Center in Jessamine County is a refuge for abandoned and at-risk horses; and the oldest river steamboat still in operation, The Belle of Louisville. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1516 | TV-G
Folk artist Marjorie Sauer; a visit to Scottsville for Our Town; the peonies at Ashland, the Henry Clay estate; and Mike Guillerman, author of Face Boss, a look at the coal industry. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1515 | TV-G
An introduction to biodiversity in Kentucky; a Dave Does It recycling adventure suited to this Earth Day Show; a taste of Today's Special at the Smokey Valley Truck Stop in Olive Hill, Ky.; and Brigadoon State Nature Preserve. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1514 | TV-G
A pet-friendly bed and breakfast in Boone County; Our Town visits Stamping Ground; Dave participates in the sport of Autocross; golf clubs and other custom-crafted wood items from Olde Master Originals. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1513 | TV-G
The Far Eastern melodies of Han Kuo-Huang and the University of Kentucky Chinese Orchestra; the western Kentucky river town of Wickliffe; Louisville's historic tuberculosis sanatorium, Waverly Hills; and the fire trucks of Wynn Fire Equipment. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1512 | TV-G
Saving Kentucky hemlock trees; the vibrant shopping district of Lexington's Southland Drive; a World War I memorial in Wayne County; and imaginative handcrafted toys and totes from Helicopter Studios. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1511 | TV-G
Brown's Bakery in Lexington; the town of Pippa Passes; Dave Does It by learning to ballroom dance; in a new feature, Dave samples "Today's Special" at Orchid Flower restaurant; and Gallery House, a Louisville bed and breakfast with an eclectic art collection. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:41 | #1510 | TV-G
An asteroid impact site in Shelby County; the border town of Hazel; Rolling Fork Farm and the CSA (community supported agriculture) program; a tribute to our first and favorite Paw Pal, Sadie; and Steve Scherer, a glass artist with more than 40 years of experience. A 2010 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1509 | TV-G
Every year since 1943 on the Saturday before Thanksgiving the Santa Train, laden with gifts for mountain children, winds its way through the mountains with Old Saint Nick, and this year Dave meets celebrity guest Wynonna Judd. Also, learn how Kentuckians celebrated Christmas during the Civil War; make a visit to Nazareth, Ky., during an auspicious month; and Dave visits Rough River Dam State Resort Park for Winter Wonderland, and finds out how the state parks serve the Commonwealth during the holidays. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:21:03 | #1599 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett travels to every National Parks Service site in Kentucky in this special. Features include a wild cave tour at Mammoth Cave National Park; a visit to Abraham Lincoln's birthplace and Cumberland Gap, which are National Historic Parks; fall beauty at Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area; and the numerous Kentucky sites on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. A 2009 KET production.
26:40 | #1508 | TV-G
Dave steps up to the plate and goes to work at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory; a visit to Greenup, hometown of beloved Kentucky Poet Laureate and author Jesse Stuart; the piano turns 300 and KET turns a spotlight on the celebration with Diane Earle and the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra; Henrietta Scott and her husband apply their own methods to an ancient tradition to create unique pottery; and more Paw Pals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1507 | TV-G
Dogs earn their merit badges for good citizenship just like the Boy Scouts; Chef Ouita Michel visits Three Springs Farm in Nicholas County; although the school is closed, the Flaget High School Alumni Association is still going strong with notable graduates like former professional football player Paul Hornung and others; and more Paw Pals. 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1506 | TV-G
Learn about the legend of an alien abduction from 1955 in Kelly, Ky.; "Our Town" visits Hell for Certain, located in Leslie County; go on tour of the paranormal with Patti Starr, a certified ghost hunter; and farmer Kathy Wheeler and chef Mark Williams of Brown-Forman reintroduce Kentucky to what was once America's most popular turkey. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1505 | TV-G
John Taylor teaches African American youth self-confidence, trust, kindness, and a fierce pride in the achievements of their ancestors at his Buffalo Soldier camp; visit Magee's Bakery in Maysville for a taste of its world-famous transparent pie; The Kentucky Book Fair in Frankfort is one of the oldest and one of the best in the country; and more Paw Pals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1504 | TV-G
Find your way out of the Evergreen Maze in Flemingsburg; "Our Town" visits Adairville, close to Tennessee but home to some fascinating Kentucky history; in Owensboro, Dave drives the heavy equipment to learn about the scrap iron business; and visit Cricket Press, a Lexington business known for its unique posters. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1503 | TV-G
Revisit the glory days of American automobiles at Brown Bros. Cadillac in Louisville; "Our Town" visits Leitchfield, a Grayson County community with real charm; meet John Calvert, a Bowling Green magician who has made time stand still; explore the mystery of petroglyphs, or ancient writings, found in Clay City; and more Paw Pals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1502 | TV-G
Meet Kentucky native and country music legend Loretta Lynn; a visit to the Bluegrass Heritage Museum in Winchester, where the history of Clark County is preserved; go shopping on Frankfort Ave. in downtown Louisville; and Little Pegasus Pastures is a miniature horse farm where the residents have big personalities. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1501 | TV-G
Inspired by the book FatherLoss by author Neil Chethik, this special program looks at the grief sons face when they lose their fathers. Host Dave Shuffett makes a very personal journey of discovery after the death of his father in 2007, and talks with several other Kentucky men about dealing with the grief of losing their dads. A 2009 KET production.
26:42 | #1431 | TV-G
The music of singer/guitarist Jose Rivera brings the joyful sounds of Mexico to Central Kentucky audiences; a horse hidden in the hills of Eastern Kentucky for over a century is considered "critical" by the Equine Conservancy; no longer an active motherhouse, a retired community of nuns keeps an active farm, hosts retreats, maintains an art gallery, and conducts tours; and more Paw Pals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:42 | #1430 | TV-G
Civil War re-enactors skirmish in the hills and along the shores of Pike County's Big Sandy River; as more and more family owned farms in Kentucky are calling it quits, one industrious Warren County family has turned to agri-tourism to carry on the family legacy; a memorial worthy of the great racehorse John Henry takes shape as artists and fans collaborate on a tribute to the inspiring horse; and more Paw Pals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:41 | #1429 | TV-G
Visit Hofbrauhaus Newport, a biergarden and restaurant that would be at home on Germany's Rhine River and a favorite stop on the Kentucky side of the Ohio; artist Lisa Williamson, whose work has been displayed at the Smithsonian, returns to her home in Martin County to rediscover her childhood inspirations and take care of the homestead; the howl of wolves is heard across the hills as wild animals find sanctuary and lifelong care at Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge; and more Paw Pals. A 2009 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1428 | TV-G
Grand Master fiddle champ Daniel Carwile and his wife, Amy, entertain audiences from the Grand Ole Opry to England; retirement from the U.S. Forest Service led Bill Brumm to become a noted stained glass artist; and Dave travels to Berea to meet Bill Best, a grower of Heirloom Tomatoes, and UK College of Agriculture's Bob Perry whips up tomato salad and BLTs with Bill's best tomatoes. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1426 | TV-G
Friends and admirers celebrate the Hollywood career of Kentucky actor Warren Oates; Northern Kentucky is host to the prestigious world-wide WUSV Schutzhund competition that tests the abilities of German Shepherd dogs in tracking, protection, and obedience; and Dave visits the Mill Springs Battlefield and Museum to gain a better understanding of Kentucky's role in the Civil War. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1425 | TV-G
A look at the modern sport of Geocaching, where enthusiasts use global positioning systems and their wits to find items hidden by other participants; meet 15-year-old Rossi Clark, a master fiddler-in-training learning to keep traditional mountain music alive; and the majestic Gotland ponies - the Swedish breed is considered to be "at risk" by the Equus Survival Trust. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1424 | TV-G
Take a ride on the Old Anderson Ferry, the last ferry business remaining out of dozens that once served the northern Kentucky area; stop to eat at Lynn's Paradise Cafe, an eclectic, one-of-a-kind restaurant located in the heart of Louisville's Highlands neighborhood; and author and photographer Tom Barnes and Pine Mountain Settlement School's Ben Begley talk about a fascinating and threatened species of wildflowers, Lady's Slipper Orchids. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1423 | TV-G
A look at sculptor David Rogers' Big Bug Exhibit at the Western Kentucky Botanical Garden; glassblower Michelle Weston sees the possibilities in the color and fluidity of a material most think is fragile; and meet singer Jordan Leigh, a Kentucky teenager who has performed with Dolly Parton, at the Grand Ole Opry, and on CBS. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1422 | TV-G
A taste of the "World's Largest Apple Pie," made each fall during the Casey County Apple Festival; a ride on the Liberty Belle, a historic B-17 airplane; jazz pianist Beegie Adair, who has accompanied many legendary performers and recorded 24 CDs; and a look back at the University of Kentucky's Fabulous Five basketball team. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1421 | TV-G
Michler's Florist, one of the oldest florists in Kentucky and a Lexington tradition for more than 100 years; the Snug Hollow Farm and Country Inn, a bed-and-breakfast nestled on 300 acres of land between the mountains of Red Lick Valley in Irvine; and sculptor Marie-Elena Ottman, whose clay sculptures are inspired by her homeland of Panama. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1420 | TV-G
The Thoroughbred Center, a training track for racehorses in Lexington; Nicholasville's Chrisman Mill Vineyards; and Butch and Mary Jo Bramel, owners of Bramel's Hickory Hill Nursery and Plantation, who live in a home that goes back nine generations. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:40 | #1419 | TV-G
Chef Bob Perry, director of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Food Systems Initiative, makes a delicious four-course dinner with more than 20 Kentucky products. Bob and Judy Peak channel their passion for bluebirds into volunteer work for the Land Between the Lakes Association. And craftsman Eric Scholtens sees potential furniture in tree limbs. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:55 | #1418 | TV-G
Three segments produced by college students from around the state: Civil War reenactors at the site of the Battle of Mill Springs; how Kelley Farms has moved away from tobacco farming by growing strawberries and pumpkins and creating a corn maze; and the themed weekends of the Highland Renaissance Festival, held every summer in Eminence, including "Masquerade," "Celtic," and "Scotland the Brave." A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:15 | #1417 | TV-G
Artist-decorated birdhouses at the Lexington Arboretum; Bellevue's Woodrow Carpenter, the 90-something founder of the only glass enamel manufacturer in the Western Hemisphere; and the musical legacy of J.P. and Annadeene Fraley, who founded the Mountain Music Gatherin' held every September at Carter Caves State Park near Olive Hill. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:05 | #1416 | TV-G
The Mountain Park Dragway in Clay City, owned and operated by the Kennon family for 45 years; a nostalgic visit to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill with Shaker descendants and former residents, several of whom work as staff at the property; and former attorney Beverly Hayden, who left that career to become a photographer. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:20 | #1415 | TV-G
Cleaning up Pulaski County's Saltpeter Pit, a cave that is home to Kentucky's largest colony of endangered Rafinesque's big-eared bats; nationally known bagpipe and tin whistle player Skip Cleavinger, who has performed with more than 30 symphony orchestras; and the Portland Museum, housed in an antebellum "country seat" on the old road between Portland and Louisville. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:24 | #1414 | TV-G
Artist Sam McKinney, a figurative freelance painter and sculptor, lives in one of his own works: a log house with a connecting studio that he built himself. Fiddlers Paul David Smith, Roger Cooper, Jesse Wells, and Michael Garvin perform at the J.P. Fraley Mountain Music Gatherin' at Carter Caves State Park. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:35 | #1413 | TV-G
The Bluegrass Youth Ballet and its creator, Adalhi Aranda Corn, share creativity, artistry, and Mexican culture with students and the community through dance as well as other forms of artistic expression. Woodford County's Bluegrass Animal Rehabilitation and Hyperbaric Center is setting new standards in animal medical care. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:45 | #1412 | TV-G
Woody, an intrepid dachshund who stars in a series of children's books written by his "mom," Leigh Anne Florence; professional women's league Hall of Fame baseball player Pat Scott; and cooking with Kentucky culinary legend Bob Perry. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:25 | #1411 | TV-G
The incredibly rare Short's goldenrod is protected at Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park. Louisville artist Carole Jackson-Powell paints big, beautiful murals. And at the end of the Labor Day weekend, dogs get their day in Lexington's Woodland Park pool at the annual Dog Paddle benefit. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:36 | #1410 | TV-G
In Murray, crowds gather each year to celebrate the seasonal reopening of the local Dairy Queen. The Red River Historical Museum, housed in a former bank in Clay City, tells stories of milling, logging, and other industries in the region. And attractions at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, the largest private forest in Kentucky, include an award-winning "green" visitors' center and a treetop walkway. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:16 | #1409 | TV-G
Broadbent Hams in Cadiz, a family-run business dating back decades, has produced more Kentucky State Fair Grand Champion hams than any other producer. Happy Jack Pumpkin and Produce Farm, a former tobacco farm in Franklin County, has embraced agritourism. And the Our Mims Retirement Haven provides care for former broodmares. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:19 | #1408 | TV-G
Lane Linnenkohl of the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission takes host Dave Shuffett out to explore Three Ponds, the only Kentucky nature preserve that borders the Mississippi River. Dave also takes some treasures to the visiting Antiques Roadshow in Louisville and introduces a tour of Cub Run Cave in Hart County. A 2008 KET production.
01:01:49 | #424 | TV-G
Byron Crawford hosts an expanded edition featuring highlights from the series: country singer/songwriter Tom T. Hall; the Nia Dance Troupe, an African-American dance company in Paducah; Louisville photographer John Nation; Terri Ramsey, Miss Wheelchair USA; and the Blessing of the Hounds at the Iroquois Hunt Club. A 1998 KET production.
26:45 | #1407 | TV-G
The restored Yew Dell Gardens, the former private estate of renowned nurseryman Theodore Klein, now an arboretum and plant research center; artist Tom Pfannerstill, who gets his inspiration from trash; and Frankfort Habilitation, which provides work experience and job training for people with developmental disabilities. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:45 | #1406 | TV-G
The Jesse Stuart Foundation, a small nonprofit book publisher in Ashland, continues the legacy of the acclaimed author, educator, and conservationist. Judy Geagley of Tollesboro designs and crafts teddy bears that are sold at high-end department stores in New York, Chicago, and Beverly Hills. And at Western Kentucky University, students and their hand-built robots compete in the Kentucky FIRST Lego League Competition. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:54 | #1405 | TV-G
The annual Redbud Quilt Festival at Union College, which draws professional and amateur quilters from across the country; Green County dog trainer Bill Matney at work; and a look at the early days of women's basketball in Kentucky. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
02:00:47 | #1427 | TV-G
In a special expanded edition of Kentucky Life, host Dave Shuffett travels from Hodgenville to Springfield, IL to Washington, DC to explore the life and career of Kentucky's most famous native son. The program examines the many Kentucky people and places that profoundly influenced Abraham Lincoln with stops at his birthplace and boyhood home near Hodgenville, the Mary Todd Lincoln House in Lexington, the Louisville home of close friend Joshua Speed, and many other Lincoln-related sites. A 2008 KET production.
27:37 | #1404 | TV-G
Skeeter Davis, a native of Dry Ridge who became one of country music's greatest singers by the mid-1950s; the great segregation-era basketball teams of Louisville Central and Lexington Dunbar; and scenes from a reenactment of the Civil War Battle of Perryville. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:20:36 | #519
Byron Crawford hosts a special two-hour edition featuring people and places along the state's eastern and northern borders. Topics include the restored pioneer community near Cumberland Gap known as the Hensley Settlement, Louisville's Fourth Street, the historical statues along Covington's riverfront, an annual Native American powwow in Christian County, the Paramount Theater in Ashland, the Museum of the American Quilter's Society in Paducah, the Maplewood Cemetery in Mayfield, television host Nick Clooney, a young rodeo champion, author Robert Rennick, thumb-picking guitarists, and canoeists exploring caves around Mammoth Cave. A 1999 KET production.
27:10 | #1403 | TV-G
A Menifee County family whose passion for making sorghum has spanned generations; multi-talented performer Angela Bartley, a bugler for the Kentucky Derby Museum who is also an aviation and Latin dance instructor and a Chautauqua performer; and slam poetry in Bowling Green. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:20 | #1402 | TV-G
The Luci Center, a therapeutic riding center that uses horses to help people with disabilities; model plane enthusiasts; artist Virginia Petty, who makes her own paper out of various types of pulp; and scenery from Kentucky Ridge State Forest. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:51 | #1401 | TV-G
The family-run Cox Hardware store in Rockcastle County, which celebrated 100 years in business in 2007; metal artist Ken Roberts; and Henry's Ark, an eclectic petting zoo/farm in Oldham County where the animals roam free. A 2008 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:50 | #1327 | TV-G
A fantastic Christmas light display at the home of Marion County's Paul Ruley; holiday music by the Heartland Dulcimer Club of Elizabethtown; and a tour of the Rosemary Clooney House in Augusta, home of the largest collection of White Christmas memorabilia in the world, led by curators Steve and Heather French Henry. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1328 | TV-G
In Frankfort, host Dave Shuffett experiences the sights and sounds of Inauguration Day for Gov. Steve Beshear and Lt. Gov. Dan Mongiardo and gets a behind-the-scenes look at the preparations for the day-long festivities. A 2007 KET production.
26:00 | #1325 | TV-G
Dave visits Rough River state resort park and gets a tour from the park manager; silk artist and author Laverne Zabielski; Dovie's Restaurant in Tompkinsville has one-of-a-kind deep-fried hamburgers that have been made the same way since 1940; and more Paw Pals. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:25 | #1324 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett and author Roger Brucker retrace the path of Floyd Collins, who was trapped in an Edmonson County cave for two weeks in 1925 while people around the country followed the rescue efforts via newspapers and radio. Photographer John Stephen Hockensmith recalls his journey with Gypsies to a horse-trading fair, which resulted in his book Gypsy Horses and the Travelers' Way. A 2007 KET production.
27:40 | #1323 | TV-G
Explores the story of the Harrodsburg Tankers, 66 men from Harrodsburg who joined the 192nd Tank Battalion and were sent to Bataan; German POW murals at Camp Breckinridge; and how a Pulaski County native became the model for Rosie the Riveter. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:20 | #1322 | TV-G
Purple House Press in Cynthiana, which "rescues" out-of-print children's books; a reunion of the Carr Creek team that won the 1956 boys' state basketball championship; and the life of Louisville native Tod Browning, a pioneer of the horror movie genre who produced and directed the original Dracula starring Bela Lugosi and the cult classic Freaks. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:40 | #1321 | TV-G
The history of Berea College and a summer camp at Bowling Green Technical and Community College that teaches kids about cooking, cleaning, and nutrition. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:05 | #1320 | TV-G
Director Mimi Pickering has been making documentaries at Appalshop, an arts organization in Whitesburg, since the early 1970s. The Regional Resource Center at the Bowling Green Community College of Western Kentucky University uses the popularity of the CSI shows to teach science to middle school kids, and the Lighthouse Restaurant in Sulphur Well serves up down-home comfort food. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:16 | #1319 | TV-G
Shape-note or Sacred Harp singing, a uniquely American tradition, brings communities together to sing four-part a cappella hymns and anthems. A look at some butterfly species of Kentucky includes the rare swamp metalmark, Baltimore checkerspot, Olympia marble, and Edwards hairstreak. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
56:35 | #1326 | TV-G
At the Lincoln Homestead Park in Springfield, a reenactment of the wedding of Abraham Lincoln's parents kicks off the three-year Lincoln Bicentennial celebration sponsored by the Kentucky Historical Society. This program is an expanded one-hour edition of Kentucky Life Program 1307 featuring additional footage of the wedding ceremony and interviews.
27:15 | #1318 | TV-G
Scientists from the American Chestnut Foundation study a giant old chestnut in Adair County to learn how it survived the Asian blight that wiped out most members of its species. Teenage ballet star Will Geoghegan performs with the Kentucky Ballet Theatre and in national competitions, and Lexington photographer John Snell seeks out scenery and wildlife at the Red River Gorge. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
28:47 | #1317 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett canoes Murphy's Pond in Hickman County; tours the Clement Mineral Museum in Marion, which houses the largest and finest flourite collection in the world; and introduces 15-year-old Celtic harpist Deanna Tomlinson. A 2007 KET production.
28:15 | #1316 | TV-G
The Purple People Bridge in Northern Kentucky gives climbers a taste of adventure as well as great views of the area. Maki Takahashi carries on the traditions of Royal Thai fruit carving to create pieces of edible art. And Tennessee sculptor Russ Faxon captures his unique way of looking at the world in bronze. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:16 | #1315 | TV-G
The highest point in Kentucky, Black Mountain is home to 28 species of plants, some of them found nowhere else. The Trixie Foundation has been rescuing and sheltering Appalachia's unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats for more than 15 years. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:09 | #1314 | TV-G
A Metcalfe County man participates in the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund to ensure that Dry Fork Gorge will stay protected. Dan Smith, a pastor in Hawesville, markets the tangy sauce he created to benefit Methodist children's homes. And the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen promotes traditional art forms around the state. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
28:03 | #1313 | TV-G
Classic quilt designs painted on barns throughout Eastern Kentucky and the equine-based therapy of Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, where horses, medical personnel, and volunteers work to help people with disabilities achieve self-esteem, confidence, coordination, and a sense of achievement. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
24:28 | #1312 | TV-G
Acclaimed woodcarver Troy Jones, whose pieces reflect nature and wildlife; Redwood, where children and adults with multiple or severe disabilities achieve greater independence; and husband-and-wife sculptors Erika Strecker and Tony Higdon of Lexington, who create art primarily from metal. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:01 | #1311 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett talks to Jerry Dalton, master distiller at Jim Beam, about the process of making bourbon; visits the family-owned Promotional Wood Products, which specializes in making advertising aids for distilleries; and introduces Kentucky Sassafras, a bluegrass band made up of teenagers—two of whom are the sons of PWP's founders. A 2007 KET production.
27:15 | #1310 | TV-G
A Bracken County family who started growing lavender to diversify their crops, art created by inmates at Luther Luckett Correctional Complex in LaGrange, and the "Romance with the Landscape" exhibition of 19th-century French landscape paintings at the University of Kentucky Art Museum. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:31 | #1309 | TV-G
The handmade goodies of Muth's Candy in downtown Louisville, plus stories from the generations of family members who have kept it operating; landscape poet and teacher Stephen Holt; and an annual basketmaking workshop put on by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service that draws artisans from all over the U.S. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
28:05 | #1308 | TV-G
An exhibition of classic and antique cars in Elizabethtown; "retriever school" for Charlie at Lodi Kennels in Paducah; and an interview with singer-songwriter and Eastern Kentucky native Dwight Yoakam and his mother, Ruth. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
56:35 | #1307 | TV-G
At the Lincoln Homestead Park in Springfield, a reenactment of the wedding of Abraham Lincoln's parents kicks off the three-year Lincoln Bicentennial celebration sponsored by the Kentucky Historical Society. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:40 | #1306 | TV-G
The Nature Conservancy's Conservation Buyer program, which preserves unique natural areas through partnerships with local landowners; a whirlwind tour of General Butler State Resort Park; and legendary Western Kentucky University basketball coach "Uncle Ed" Diddle, known for both great coaching and a unique approach to the English language. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1305 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett tours Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill and learns that there is much more to the Shakers than chairs and lemon pie. The Koenig Farm in Springfield turns out amazingly soft mohair yarns in rich colors. And the National Underground Railroad Museum in Maysville chronicles the lives of fugitive slaves seeking freedom. A 2007 KET production.
26:33 | #1304 | TV-G
A look at Kentucky's large population of dragonflies and damselflies, drum makers Chad and Carrie Schott of Calloway County, and a teenager from Campbellsville who sings a unique version of bluegrass reflecting her Filipino heritage. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:47 | #1303 | TV-G
Former students' memories of the Science Hill Female Academy in Shelby County, which closed in 1939 after 114 years of operation; Shelbyville artist Julie May's intricate works based on natural forms, created with the unusual process known as vitreography; and Apple Patch in Oldham County, a residential community founded by parents where their adult children with mental retardation can live and work in a safe and loving environment. A 2007 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:55 | #1302 | TV-G
Photographer Dean Hill of Morgan County, who left Kentucky to join the Peace Corps, toured Asia, spent time in Alaska, and eventually returned to his roots; a visit to the Sally Brown Nature Preserve with Jim Aldrich, director of the Kentucky chapter of the Nature Conservancy; and renowned Kentucky stained glass artist Guy Kemper from Woodford County and his international art. A KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:10 | #1301 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett visits the Farm House Inn, a McCreary County bed-and-breakfast with hiking trails, waterfalls, rock formations, and other natural wonders right on the property; the Beaver Dam Café in Ohio County; and the Ballard Wildlife Management Area, a stopover spot for eagles and huge flocks of migrating waterfowl. A 2007 KET production.
01:31:46 | #1222 | TV-G
A special expanded edition tours 11 places designated by the late historian Dr. Thomas Clark as sites every Kentuckian should visit: the Abbey of Gethsemani, Augusta, the Cane Ridge Meeting House, Cumberland Gap, the Falls of the Ohio, the Fitchburg Iron Furnace, Land Between the Lakes, Lilley Cornett Woods, Mammoth Cave, Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill, and the Speed Art Museum. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1221 | TV-G
Executive Director Nancy Adams and former students discuss the mission of the Pine Mountain Settlement School, a one-of-a-kind center for environmental and Appalachian cultural education. Host Dave Shuffett visits Artcroft, a residential artist's retreat in Carlisle, and the Lexington Farmers' Market. A 2006 KET production.
28:40 | #1220 | TV-G
Profiles Sgt. Alvin York, the most decorated soldier of World War I, and Cordell Hull, U.S. secretary of state and founder of the United Nations, both of whom grew up in northern Tennessee near the Kentucky border. Also, Kentucky connections to the Tuskegee Airmen, the Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington, and a Boy Scout project to place flags on veterans' graves for Memorial Day. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:05 | #1219 | TV-G
The Wildwood Inn in Florence, which caters to families with whimsically themed rooms; calligrapher Mary Breeden; and a research project at the University of Kentucky that has engineering students working with NASA to design and test specialized wings for Mars exploration. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1218 | TV-G
Midway's Old Friends Racehorse Retirement, which provides a home to former multi-million-dollar racing stallions who were sold to breeding operations overseas; tapestry artist Joanna Sosnicki; and the music of the Heartland Dulcimer Club in Elizabethtown. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1217 | TV-G
When well-respected ceramics artist Wayne Ferguson suffered damage to his vision in a car accident, fellow artists raised money to help with the medical bills. Marilyn Pfanstiel, who overcame medical obstacles herself to become a noted author and artist, collects and shares stories of inspiring women. And the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission marks 30 years of protecting Kentucky's wild places. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:15 | #1216 | TV-G
A Japanese-themed edition commemorating Toyota's 20th anniversary in Kentucky includes tours of the auto plant and Georgetown's Yuko-en (friendship garden) as well as a profile of Episcopal missionary Paul Rusch. The Louisville cleric, who went to Japan in 1925, is credited with introducing the county fair, American football, and the John Deere tractor to the mountainous region where he served. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:30 | #1215 | TV-G
The Vent Haven Ventriloquism Museum in Fort Mitchell, which hosts an annual international convention for more than 400 ventriloquists, and Trooper Island, a camp on Dale Hollow Lake developed by the Kentucky State Police for Kentucky young people. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1214 | TV-G
Smith-Berry Vineyard and Winery in Henry County, miniatures carver Karen Scates of Woodburn, and Woodford County's community theater. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1213 | TV-G
Lake Barkley State Resort Park; Linda Henry's painting and pottery studio; Riverview at Hobson Grove, a Civil War-era home operated by the city of Bowling Green as part of its parks system; and Louisville artist Leonard Kik, who makes 3-D models of everything from architectural structures to museum exhibits—all in miniature. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1212 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett rides the Belle of Louisville, the oldest operating river steamboat; meets a woman from Uganda who sells her homemade cookies in downtown Louisville; explores the jewel collection at Lexington's Headley-Whitney Museum; and introduces a profile of Lexington painter Elsie Harris. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1211 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett visits Jesse Stuart State Nature Preserve, formerly the writer's own home at W-Hollow in Greenup County, and connects Stuart's poetry about spring in Kentucky with the land he helped protect. A tour of the U.S. Marine Hospital in Louisville uncovers its important role in the history of public health care in America. Also, a design competition for students at Western Kentucky University. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1210 | TV-G
Dr. Steve Aaron and his Mammoth Jacks—donkeys whose genetic line can be traced back to a gift from the king of Spain to George Washington; the Glasgow Highland Games; an antique clock appraisal event in Bowling Green; and Tennessee's Pickett State Park and Forest, a 12,000-acre Cumberland Mountains wonderland just south of Wayne County. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #1209 | TV-G
Ray and Renee Grosser of Pulaski County, who have created a model railroad depicting Minnesota's Soo Line along with a model of their hometown along its tracks; the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven; Camp KYSOC in Carroll County, the first camp in America for children and adults with disabilities; and an elk-watching expedition on the Perry/Knott county line. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #1208 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett explores the history and natural wonders of Pine Mountain with visits to Pine Mountain State Resort Park and the Pine Mountain Settlement School, as well as a look at the preservation work of the Pine Mountain Legacy Project. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1207 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett and his dogs visit Rabbit Hash to pass some time at the oldest operating general store in the state and discover how a Labrador retriever came to be elected mayor. Dentist Timothy Donley of Bowling Green displays some ancient tools of his trade, and Castleton Lyons owner Tony Ryan brings a distinctly Irish look to his horse farm with the construction of a traditional Irish round tower. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1206 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett visits the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History and explores the exhibit "A River Runs Through Us." Bob Tucker uses the woodworking techniques of an earlier generation in his Barren County studio, Foxfire, and Tom Beale leads trail rides and team-building exercises at the Sugar Creek Resort in Jessamine County. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1205 | TV-G
Yatesville Lake State Park in Lawrence County; artist Damon Farmer of Woodford County, who travels the world creating elaborate sand sculptures; an international trade organization headquartered in Fayette County that does research and marketing on asphalt; and a music education program at Bowling Green's Natcher Elementary School founded by Western Kentucky University music professor William Scott. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1204 | TV-G
Bellevue artist Ray Bridewell creates beautiful crystalline jewelry using material that potters have traditionally taken out with the trash. The family-operated Shannon Lamp Service in Lexington specializes in creating custom lamps and lampshades. And mystery writer Laurien Berenson of Versailles writes novels in which her dogs play a prominent role. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1203 | TV-G
Photographer Brian Maslyar visits the Red River Gorge and offers pointers for taking better nature photos. The Kentucky School of Craft in Hindman teaches crafts and business skills as part of an ambitious community development effort. Joe Cissell meets host Dave Shuffett at a country store near Bardstown for some old-time guitar picking. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1202 | TV-G
The River Heritage Museum in Paducah features interactive exhibits and special projects. Kentucky Down Under brings a sampling of Australian culture and wildlife to cave country. Lexington folk artist LaVon Williams, a fifth-generation woodcarver, creates figures and panels reflecting urban African-American life. And host Dave Shuffett meets a world-champion canine at a dock-diving competition for dogs in Shelby County. A 2006 KET production.
26:30 | #1201 | TV-G
At the Buffalo Crossing Fun Ranch in Shelby County, the birth of a rare white bison has attracted national attention. In downtown Salyersville, the Magoffin County Historical Society has created a pioneer village out of 15 log cabins originally located throughout this area of Eastern Kentucky. And in Calloway County, Tammy Cothran raises Shetland sheep, then turns their wool into beautiful woven goods. A 2006 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1121 | TV-G
The Festival of Trees at Ashland's Paramount Arts Center, the Winter Wonderland of Lights in Ashland's Central Park, and a scuba-diving Santa at the Newport Aquarium. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1120 | TV-G
Clifty Falls State Park near Madison, IN and a controlled burn at Raymond Athey State Nature Preserve in Logan County. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1119 | TV-G
Near Bardstown, volunteers set out to preserve the 1795 log house that was home to the first bishop of the Bardstown Diocese, the forerunner to the Archdiocese of Louisville, and a wellspring of Catholic history in Kentucky. Host Dave Shuffett hikes and fishes in Elliott County's spectacular Laurel Gorge and visits the nearby Laurel Gorge Cultural Heritage Center. A 2005 KET production.
26:30 | #1118 | TV-G
The Garden of Hope in Covington is a re-creation of the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem, one of several sites claiming to be the burial place of Jesus. Louisville's Frazier Historical Arms Museum (now the Frazier International History Museum) displays weaponry from throughout history. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1117 | TV-G
The luxurious vessels manufactured at Sharpe's Houseboats in Somerset; music by the Junkman, a native Louisvillian who makes music with found objects; and husband-and-wife folk artists Jessie and Ronald Cooper of Flemingsburg. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1116 | TV-G
Soc Clay of South Shore, who has been writing about and photographing outdoor subjects for more than 30 years; agate hunting in the streams of Eastern Kentucky; an international dinner representing 22 countries; and a lesson in tamale making at Somerset's newly opened Hacienda Restaurant. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #1115 | TV-G
Artist Dan Barnes, who owns an upholstery and furniture design business and creates functional art pieces with stained glass; photographer Charline Marrinan, who doesn't let a mental disability stop her from capturing beautiful nature photos; Pat Harned, who trains and handles elephants for the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus; and chainsaw artist Carroll Sanders of Hancock County. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1114 | TV-G
Lacey Griffey, an Appalachian cook from Benham, prepares fried chicken for a big church supper; Simpsonville photographer Bruce McElya shows his pictures of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon; and Louisville's River City Drum Corp trains children and young adults in African drumming—and in life. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1113 | TV-G
Pinecliffe Gardens, a family-run flower farm in Philpot, offers more than 1,000 varieties of daylily cultivars and 300 hostas. At Bybee Pottery in Madison County, the fifth and sixth generations of the Cornelison family turn out sought-after wares. And at Camp Nelson, reenactors dramatize Kentucky's role in enlisting African-American troops in the Civil War, and a tinsmith demonstrates his craft. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1112 | TV-G
The Kentucky Military History Museum in Frankfort preserves artifacts of volunteer military organizations from the Revolution through the Gulf War, and the work of Louisville quilter Willie Pride reveals secrets from African-American history. Outdoors author Johnny Molloy canoes the Green River, and the nearby Homeplace, a "working timeline farm," gives visitors a taste of farm life from past to present to future. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1111 | TV-G
Staff members at Mammoth Cave National Park learn to use fire as a catalyst for growth and change, and Lexington's Citizen Police Academy offers students the chance to ride in a cruiser, watch officers on the job, and learn about the many aspects of police work. Also, a visit to It's a Jungle Clayworks in Ohio County. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:51:04 | #1110 | TV-G
Dave Shuffett rafts, canoes, sails, kayaks, rides, hikes, and bikes his way around Kentucky, enjoying wildlife and outdoor adventure across the state. Sights include the Russell Fork of the Big Sandy River, Breaks Interstate Park, the Pine Mountain Trail, black bears at Kingdom Come State Park, Daniel Boone National Forest, Cave Run Lake, the Red River and its surrounding natural arches, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, the Ohio River, the museum at Big Bone Lick State Park, Clifty Falls State Park in Southern Indiana, Mammoth Cave National Park, Land Between the Lakes, Audubon State Park, wetlands at Henderson Sloughs WMA, and Reelfoot Lake.
26:30 | #1109 | TV-G
The Floracliff nature preserve in southern Fayette County, which offers an incredible spring wildflower display and the largest travertine (petrified waterfall) in Kentucky; the Howard Steamboat Museum in southern Indiana; and self-taught stone carver Tim Lewis of Isonville. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1108 | TV-G
The Juggernaut Jug Band, which preserves a distinct musical style that originated in its hometown of Louisville back in the 1920s; knifemaker Gil Hibben of La Grange, whose clients have ranged from the White House to Elvis Presley to the movies; the distinctive ceiling clock and pendulum adorning the lobby of the Lexington Public Library; and a photographic preview of the Wild and Scenic Kentucky special. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1107 | TV-G
The creamy combination of marshmallow and caramel called the Modjeska, made for more than 100 years by Bauer's Candy; folk art and craft work at the Kentucky Appalachian Artisan Center in Hindman; and Wheeler's Pharmacy in Lexington, where meals are still served at an old-fashioned lunch counter. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:30 | #1106 | TV-G
Travels to Africa to explore the origins of Liberia, a country founded by African-American slaves who were offered their freedom if they were willing to leave America and start a new nation in West Africa. In an area still referred to as "Kentucky in Africa," the principal town, Clay-Ashland, was named to honor Henry Clay, U.S. senator from Kentucky and president of the American Colonization Society in the 1800s. A 2005 KET production.
26:30 | #1105 | TV-G
A remembrance of early Louisville blues history, when performers like Sylvester Weaver and Sara Martin were beginning to hone their sound; father-and-son bull riders Rick and Rod Dizney of Knox County, founders of the Appalachian Pro Bull Rider's Association; and University of Kentucky art professor and sculptor Garry Bibbs. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1104 | TV-G
University of Kentucky graduate Sam Abell, a photojournalist for National Geographic, has lived what he calls the "photographic life"—and has nine books and thousands of arresting images to show for it. In Somerset, thousands of car enthusiasts from around the country regularly converge on the town square for some of the largest cruise-ins anywhere. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1103 | TV-G
At GlitterBug Glass and Handmade Beads in Lexington, artist Ashley Watson blows her own beads. Host Dave Shuffett canoes Tygarts Creek in Carter County with wildlife writer and photographer Soc Clay and visits the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum to see a Babe Ruth baseball bat found in a closet. A 2005 KET production.
26:29 | #1102 | TV-G
Lucian Bartosik, an ultralight airplane pilot and instructor from Hopkinsville; Dobree Adams, a fiber artist and photographer who raises her own sheep for her woven creations; and a collection of toy tractors and other nostalgic miniatures in Paris. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:59 | #1101 | TV-G
The Grider Hill Dock on Lake Cumberland, which has been in the Sloan family since the construction of the lake itself in the 1950s; the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum in Louisville; Minnie Adkins, an Elliott County folk artist known worldwide for her colorful wooden animals; and Amon's Sugar Shack in Somerset, a family-run restaurant, bakery, and catering business that's also an integral part of community life. A 2005 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1024 | TV-G
The Garden Club of Kentucky's holiday boutique in Paris, a visit to the Bethlehem post office with stamp collector Linda Lawrence, antique toys on display at the Hunt-Morgan House in Lexington, and Christmas music by Angel Voices and Ars Nova. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1023 | TV-G
A look at the creation and the offerings of the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, plus a two-part report on volunteer efforts in the Land Between the Lakes region. In addition to restoring old cemeteries, a group called Between the Rivers has brought some long-overdue recognition to Civil War veteran Andrew Jackson Smith, an ex-slave and posthumous Medal of Honor winner. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1022 | TV-G
Visits to eight labyrinths across the state, including one under construction in Danville, explore the resurgence of this ancient tool for meditation and spiritual seeking. In Bowling Green, businessman Jerry Baker leads a tour of one of the region's best-kept secrets: the Baker Arboretum. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
24:00 | #1021 | TV-G
The historic and scenic Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville combines an outdoor museum of 19th-century landscape architecture and a vast botanical garden with the graves of many prominent citizens, including Gen. George Rogers Clark and Col. Harland Sanders. The Cardome Centre in Georgetown, a former girls' school, now hosts meetings, classes, and other events. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1020 | TV-G
Video clips from the television show Extension Today: On the Air introduce the activities of the University of Kentucky's Cooperative Extension Service. The Kentuckians Chorus, a men's barbershop chorus from Lexington, rehearses for and then performs in a regional competition in Louisville. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:31 | #1019 | TV-G
The headquarters of the Garden Club of Kentucky in Nannine Clay Wallis' 1851 home in Paris; Colonial House, a family-run furniture workshop in Auburn that has been creating fine furniture since 1952; and stained-glass artist W.T. Stinson. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:00 | #1018 | TV-G
At the Challenger Center at Hazard Community College, 6th graders are treated to an interactive space exploration experience. Danville dentist Jack Hankla and his son, John, have built one of the largest and most important private collections of dinosaur bones in America. And one of the last custom coffin makers in Kentucky carries on at Bert & Bud's Vintage Coffins in Murray. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:00 | #1017 | TV-G
Photographer Bill Luster, who has worked for the Courier-Journal for 30 years, mounts an exhibit of his work in his hometown of Glasgow. In Auburn, Terry Blythe operates a bed-and-breakfast in an 1871 mansion. And Warren County upholsterer Laura Brewer recycles scraps into whimsical Christmas stockings. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:00 | #1016 | TV-G
Coach Leslaw Stawicki and the U.S. Paralympic wheelchair fencing team in action at the Louisville Fencing Center; the Kentucky Reptile Zoo, where one of the largest and most diverse collections of venomous snakes in the world is helping to save lives; and potter Mitchell Rickman of Bowling Green. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:37 | #1015 | TV-G
Chris, Erika, and Zoe Strecker and Zoe's husband, Mike Frasca-all artists from Mercer County; Ken Garman's Lincoln Trails Honey Farms in Hardin County; and photographer Raymond Klass, who "paints with light" inside Mammoth Cave. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1014 | TV-G
Rudy Ayoroa, an artist from Bolivia who lived and worked in Danville for more than 20 years; the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Harrogate, TN; and scenery from Mammoth Cave National Park. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #1013 | TV-G
Greenbo Lake State Park and its lodge, named for local author Jesse Stuart; woodturner Paul Ferrell of Crofton and his wife and fellow artist, potter Patricia Ferrell; and the Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trails project, launched at Eastern Kentucky University to spotlight cultural heritage tourism opportunities in southeastern Kentucky. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1012 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett visits Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, the oldest continuously operating distillery in America; talks with Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Tom Bennett about the new buffalo exhibit at the Salato Wildlife Education Center; and introduces Al Hartmann of Covington, who turns junk into miniature replicas of antique cars, World War II battleships, and more. Also, a ride on the privately owned Natural Bridge Sky Lift. A 2004 KET production.
26:00 | #1011 | TV-G
Tom Myers, a Lexington entomologist and award-winning photographer who has traveled around the world to take pictures of insects and other animals; Pleasant Retreat, the Lancaster house built by William Owsley, governor of Kentucky from 1844 to 1848; and Mullins Log Cabin Country Getaway, an 1850s log cabin that now hosts crafts classes. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:57:55 | #1010 | TV-G
A rare opportunity to journey to some of the few remaining places that look much as they did when the first European settlers began arriving in Kentucky. Inspired by the book Kentucky's Last Great Places, written and photographed by Thomas Barnes, host Dave Shuffett explores hidden areas in every corner of the Commonwealth. A 2004 KET production.
26:30 | #1009 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett visits Shelbyville to look in on some saddlebred horses and meets Melvin Dickinson, founder and conductor of the Louisville Bach Society. A 2004 KET production.
25:00 | #1008 | TV-G
A World War II LST (Landing Ship, Tank) visiting Paducah; an Owen County ostrich ranch; an old jail in Taylorsville that's now an arts and craft cooperative; and the handmade whirligigs, thingamabobs, and other automata at Dan Torpey Toys in Louisville. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1007 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett hunts fossils in Southern Indiana and Hazard and tours Breckinridge County's Broadmoor Gardens Conservatory and Wildlife Sanctuary, which houses eight gardens, a tropical plant conservatory, and a wildlife rehabilitation center. Also, a chat with author Barbara Kingsolver, a Nicholas County native. A 2004 KET production.
26:10 | #1006 | TV-G
The Thomas Edison House, where the famed inventor lived, worked, and experimented while living in Louisville; Louisville's Extreme Skate Park; and Murray State University's Wrather West Kentucky Museum, which spotlights the social, cultural, and economic development of Western Kentucky and the Jackson Purchase. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1005 | TV-G
Visits to the Old Crow Inn in Danville, the oldest stone house west of the Allegheny Mountains; Laurel County folk artists Lonnie and Twyla Money, whose work is included in the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art; the Mini Mansions Dollhouse and Miniature Shoppe in Owensboro; and the Vernon-Douglas State Nature Preserve. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1004 | TV-G
Glier's in Covington is the largest producer of goetta (a German side dish often compared to breakfast sausage or scrapple) in the U.S. The University of Louisville Photographic Archives houses more than 1.2 million historical images. And in Bowling Green, an annual mini-Corvette race raises money for Junior Achievement. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1003 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett and Sadie tour the Nature Academy in Owen County with Rich Detzel and learn about some herbal remedies made from things most people consider weeds. In Logan County, John Christopher Knight shares his original songs about his family's simple life on a farm with no electricity, cars, or indoor plumbing. A 2004 KET production.
26:30 | #1002 | TV-G
Ruby Pearl Felix from the Ohio County town of Hartford, who's still quilting at 100; Lexington's Irish import shop; and Smiths Grove woodworker Mark Whitley. A 2004 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #1001 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett traces the route of the Green River through the McLean County towns of Livermore and Calhoun; visits Dinosaur World in Cave City; and introduces Bowling Green artist and muralist Andee Rudloff, who was commissioned to paint a pair of fiberglass catfish for a display of public art in Tennessee. A 2004 KET production.
26:30 | #925 | TV-G
The lights of Burnside State Park's Christmas Island, Christmas dinner at the Forkland Community Center, music by Warren Wolf, and snow scenes with Sadie. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #924 | TV-G
A pioneer Christmas at the Jouett House in Versailles, Lindy Evans' sculpted Santas, and holiday lights and sounds at Patti's 1880s Settlement. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
30:00 | #502 | TV-G
Fox-hunting traditions, from the Blessing of the Hounds to the cross-country chase itself, continue at the Iroquois Hunt Club, situated on the Clark-Fayette county line. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #923 | TV-G
Kentucky native David Dick and his wife, Lalie, work together to publish his books and write several columns, including "A View from Plum Lick" in Kentucky Living magazine. Shelbyville's Buffalo Crossing Restaurant and Family Fun Ranch raises and serves up American bison. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:59 | #922 | TV-G
The historic Pisgah Church in Woodford County, painter Martin Rollins of Louisville, and the Rogers Scholars Program's intensive one-week summer session for high school students from 42 counties in Southern and Eastern Kentucky. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #921 | TV-G
The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Renfro Valley, the Raven Run nature sanctuary outside Lexington, and sculpture by Paul Fields of Louisville. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:15 | #920 | TV-G
Master woodcarver Bud Ellis shares the almost-lost art of carving carousel horses with Lexington students, Kathy Haynes-Ellis of Russell Springs makes soap the old-fashioned way, a McCreary County museum teaches about coal-mining history, and artist Barbara Stallard creates innovative paintings and prints. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #919 | TV-G
Army ROTC training at Fort Knox; fresh fruits, vegetables, and more at the Cave City Farmers' Market; mixed-media artist Debbie Joplin of Crestwood, who creates sculptures from hand-dyed silk; and a Bagdad couple who have adopted two wild horses. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #918 | TV-G
The nature photography of Chuck Summers, who shoots primarily in his own back yard—Cumberland Gap National Historic Park; the simple complexity of metal sculptor Jeff Underwood's work, which graces museums and yards alike; and a look at the William Harsha Bridge in Maysville, the first cable-stayed bridge in Kentucky. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #917 | TV-G
A quaint hotel in Park City that has been a part of the scenery in the Mammoth Cave area for many years, a Middlesboro neighborhood's annual wonderland of Halloween jack-o'-lanterns, Day of the Dead celebrations in Lexington, and a look at some of the wildlife found in the Land Between the Lakes. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #916 | TV-G
Schwartz's Countryside Bake Shop in Auburn is known for the "best pecan pie in the west." Lexington's Living Arts and Science Center allows children and adults to explore the arts and sciences through workshops, field trips, classes, and exhibits, while Steve Thomas of Calloway County explores by way of a powered parachute. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:30 | #915 | TV-G
Louisville antique dealer Joe Ley, who has turned a penchant for junk and an eye for value into one of the most successful antiques businesses in the country; Norman Downs' hand-made walking sticks, made from old wood taken from demolished buildings; pine needle raffia basketry by Pamela Smith of Elizabethtown; and Arts Across Kentucky magazine. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #914 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett tours Aromescence, a husband-and-wife candle-making business in Calvert City; visits the stunning Marengo Cave in Indiana; and introduces painter Dan Dutton of Somerset. A 2003 KET production.
25:30 | #913 | TV-G
An Amtrak train ride along the Ohio River; Adair County craftsman Lowell Carter, who makes miniature log cabins; and the Bardstown Road Youth Cultural Center in Louisville, where youngsters not only help themselves but also help the community. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #912 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett shares stories with World War II Army nurse Martha Penn of Frankfort; spotlights a candy store in Jeffersonville, IN that has been using traditional methods of making candy for more than 100 years; and introduces Chris Ramsey of Somerset, who makes wooden hats. A 2003 KET production.
26:30 | #911 | TV-G
A national gathering of Civil War reenactors at the 140th anniversary of the Battle of Perryville, a dude ranch near Flemingsburg, ultralight airplanes made in London, and Grammy-winning bluegrass musician J.D. Crowe. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #910 | TV-G
Fiddler John Harrod of Owen County has spent 30 years finding and documenting Kentucky fiddlers and old-time fiddle tunes and continues to pass on this lively, indigenous roots music to the next generation. At Lake Cumberland, owners of rare amphibious cars built in Germany in the 1960s put their unusual vehicles to the test on land and on water. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:57:35 | #909 | TV-G
In a special expanded edition, host Dave Shuffett tours Kentucky by driving from Maysville to Wickliffe on U.S. 62. Stops along the way include visits to Georgetown, Versailles, Bardstown, Elizabethtown, Central City, Princeton, and Paducah. A 2003 KET production.
28:00 | #908 | TV-G
A new collaborative in Louisville that has brought together artists from every genre of glassmaking; John Loeser, who has been playing the harmonica all his long life; and Lexington-based business Simply Oaxaca, created to promote and share traditions of Hispanic cultures in the Bluegrass area. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:00 | #907 | TV-G
The Lexington Hustlers, an integrated African-American baseball team that began playing in 1945, and the history of Lower Howard's Creek, a nature preserve in Clark County. A 2003 KET production.
28:00 | #906 | TV-G
Art on Main, an Estill County gallery that's helping to revitalize downtown Irvine; the volunteer-maintained formal gardens at Henry Clay's estate in Lexington; and a Bowling Green husband-and-wife team who create delicious, edible art. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #905 | TV-G
Bowling Green artist Stephanie Townsend; the Hardin County home of Emma Reno Connor, now transformed into a museum chronicling the lives of prominent African Americans; and scenic Kinniconick Creek in Lewis County, known to fishermen for its native muskie population. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #904 | TV-G
A 7-year-old pool ace from Green County; a nonprofit organization from Bowling Green dedicated to informing children about social issues through puppetry; a fishing event for special-needs children; and Diane Downs, founder and director of the Fabulous Leopard Percussionists, made up of Jefferson County children. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #903 | TV-G
Shelby County's Ryan Young, a six-time national champion bike rider; Kenny Mattingly and his family in Barren County, who make cheese right on their farm; and a Larue County man who raises miniature donkeys. A 2003 KET production.
26:30 | #902 | TV-G
A photographer from Madison County who turns out books and calendars on Appalachian topics; Charles and Norma Perdue of Lee County, who make wooden toy chests; and a Jefferson County business where old-fashioned pies, cakes, and ice cream are made from scratch. A 2003 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #901 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett and his dog, Sadie, meet a champion dog from Louisville and see a canine agility competition at the Kentucky Horse Park. Eddie Miles, considered one of the 10 best Elvis impersonators (out of 35,000), explains how and why he became an Elvis "tribute artist." And nature scenes from the Daniel Boone National Forest's southern region track wildflowers through the seasons. A 2003 KET production.
30:00 | #211 | TV-G
Host Byron Crawford sees the sights and samples the food at the fair, from young livestock exhibitors to purveyors of ostrich burgers and from auctioneering and rooster-crowing contests to the thrill rides of the midway. A 1996 KET production.
30:00 | #207 | TV-G
Edmonton's Craig Pierpont, who crafts harps and other musical instruments; Greg Turay, a former University of Kentucky student rising in the world of opera; Louisville musical group Union Tree; and a State Fair salute to old-time Kentucky folk music traditions. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #824 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett and canine co-star Sadie introduce Christmas segments from around Kentucky, including music and lights from Renfro Valley, toy trains under the Christmas tree at Covington's Behringer-Crawford Museum, and a photo session in which pets get their pictures taken with Santa. A 2002 KET production.
26:29 | #507 | TV-G
Two collections—one at the University of Kentucky and the other at the Clement Mineral Museum in Marion—showcase stunning examples of the variety of minerals found beneath Kentucky's soil. Terri Cecil-Ramsey of Louisville, injured in a car accident several years ago, encourages others to adopt sports as part of their rehabilitation. And a hand-built stagecoach from days gone by, complete with an occasional rogue outlaw, takes travelers between Bardstown and Hodgenville. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #506 | TV-G
A look at some interesting architecture: An abandoned town named Rugby inside the Big South Fork National Recreation Area, founded by Englishman Andrew Jackson Downing as a 19th-century utopian community, includes fine examples of Carpenter Gothic. The Zeigler House in Frankfort is the only house in the state designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. And Wright protegé Fay Jones created a stunning new chapel for Lindsey Wilson College. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #505 | TV-G
A visit to the Rockcastle County farm of an artistic couple—she paints, he makes willow furniture—and a profile of Olive Hill native Tom T. Hall, one of country music's most enduring and honored songwriters. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #504 | TV-G
A look at gone-but-not-forgotten amusement parks in Kentucky: Fontaine Ferry in Louisville, Joyland in Lexington, Ludlow Lagoon in Northern Kentucky, Clyffeside Park in Ashland, and the original Beech Bend in Bowling Green. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #503 | TV-G
The Spratt Stoneworks in Menifee County and the Gaitskill Indian Mounds in Montgomery County offer insights into the lives of ancient Native Americans. Artie Kidwell of Covington makes a living—and teaches life lessons—through magic. Bob Edwards, host of National Public Radio's Morning Edition, returns to his native Louisville to ride along in the Kentucky Derby Festival's Great Steamboat Race. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #501 | TV-G
The "down-home" life of bluegrass musician Ricky Skaggs and Bill Monroe's influence on his music; Covington's Stewart Iron Works, which still makes wrought iron by hand; and the work of a surrealist sculptor and graphic artist from Elizabethtown. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #412 | TV-G
History and high tea at an antebellum home in Perryville that's now a bed-and-breakfast, an abandoned factory and waste dump that's been transformed into a recreation area, a historic Lexington home as it would have looked at Christmastime in 1860, and a visit with model-train enthusiasts at a Kentucky Horse Park exhibit. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #411 | TV-G
Grayson County sculptor Delmer Williams, who crafts items from donkey dung; a trip down the Cumberland River that combines beauty with adventure; and a garden built for birds at the Audubon Museum in Henderson County. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #410 | TV-G
An old mill near Lake Cumberland where a father and son still grind corn every day; traditional Appalachian/English dance taught at a Berea workshop; and spinner and weaver Mae Whittington of Daviess County, who turns the wool of sheep raised by her next-door neighbor into hand-crafted clothing and other products. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #409 | TV-G
Deb Rogers of Lexington makes men's and women's costumes for Civil War re-enactors. A group of volunteers works to restore the Adair County cabin and homestead of author Janice Holt Giles. And stately mansions in Henderson are a reminder of the town's Victorian-era heyday as one of the nation's wealthiest river ports. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #408 | TV-G
Profiles of two Louisville artists: Filmmaker Andy Garrison works on Maxine, based on a short story by Kentucky author Gurney Norman, and modern dancer and choreographer Alan Lommasson conducts rehearsals and performances of the troupe he and his wife established. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #407 | TV-G
Host Byron Crawford tours the 1997 Festival of Kentucky Folklife in Frankfort, samples traditional music and food, and tries his hand at some crafts and old-time chores. A KET production.
30:00 | #406 | TV-G
The house in Danville where Dr. Ephraim McDowell performed the first successful abdominal surgery in 1809, a Frankfort quilt maker whose creations serve as family photo albums, and a Tibetan ceremony honoring Berea College President John Stephenson. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #405 | TV-G
Gene Ewing of Henderson, who insists that he doesn't carve—he whittles; the Hintons' family-run sawmill in Breckinridge County; and a bridge over the Cumberland River that was built in 1952 by local artisans from hand-quarried stone. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #404 | TV-G
Lexington's Shon Willis, a percussion prodigy at 6; sculptor Bobby Reed Falwell's carved wooden map of the state, which hangs in Frankfort; and a 140-acre wetlands nature preserve in Graves County. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #403 | TV-G
Clayton Wells' unusual museum in Menifee County, which houses a wide variety of the things he has collected and saved all his life; Lexington jewelry designer Karen Payne and her collection of found objects; and Lincoln County's Don Wright, who collects and sells hubcaps. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #402 | TV-G
Country stores throughout the state and the people who own and operate them. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #401 | TV-G
A photographer who specializes in Kentucky landscapes, a Newport candy shop where the treats are all hand-made, and waterfalls and the unique moonbow at Cumberland Falls State Park. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:30 | #319 | TV-G
Teenagers from inner-city Lexington work with horses at the Kentucky Horse Park in a program designed to teach responsibility and boost self-esteem. Volunteer Sonny Burton barbecues for charity in Henderson. In Central Kentucky, farmers drum up business with pick-your-own days, petting zoos, and other family events. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
29:30 | #318 | TV-G
A profile of the author of The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, fly-fishing in Eastern Kentucky's streams, and the winter beauty of the "Grand Canyon of the South"—the gorge of the Russell Fork of the Big Sandy River on the Kentucky-Virginia border. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:00 | #317 | TV-G
An Owensboro family business renowned for its authentic Western Kentucky barbecue, the David School's program to help local people make and sell traditional craft items, and a national motorcycle-racing champion from Boone County. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:30 | #315 | TV-G
A Danville family whose eight adopted daughters are all deaf, a summer festival sponsored by the Kentucky School for the Deaf, and Versailles artist Damon Farmer's fantastic sculptures in sand. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #314 | TV-G
Fossils at the falls near Louisville, a Murray museum that houses Norman Rockwell paintings and Boy Scout memorabilia, and a ghost town in Russell County. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
29:30 | #313 | TV-G
Mountain musician Blanche Coldiron, who picked up the banjo again after years spent raising a family; farmer Cecil Creekmore's collection of antique cowbells; the historic home of Gen. George Rogers Clark, Louisville's founder; and a former farm in Harrison County that's now a nature preserve. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
29:20 | #312 | TV-G
Host Byron Crawford talks to long-time residents about life in the old Pulaski County town of Burnside, a railroad and river shipping hub and regional commercial center during the first half of the 20th century. Most of the town was submerged under the waters of Lake Cumberland after Wolf Creek Dam was constructed on the Cumberland River in 1952. A 1997 KET production.
26:00 | #311 | TV-G
A restored pioneer homestead in Petersburg, the quintessential small town of Glendale and its Whistle Stop Café, and a Hardin County couple who practice sustainable forestry by using old-fashioned "horse power." A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:30 | #310 | TV-G
A competition for shepherd dogs in Shelbyville, a Middlesboro man who's restoring a World War II fighter plane freed from a glacier, and a vanished town near Burnside. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:30 | #309 | TV-G
A family-run Boone County apple orchard and cider mill; a visit to Kentucky's westernmost tip, the small piece of Fulton County that's cut off from the rest of the state by the Mississippi River; and Lexington's Patricia Green, who makes racing silks. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #308 | TV-G
Canoeing the Licking River around Falmouth, father-and-daughter photographers John and Mary-John Carmon of Bowling Green, curing hams at Gatton Farms, and a Boonesborough "cruise-in" for owners of classic cars. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #306 | TV-G
A restored theater in Russell Springs, a Mayfield painter whose art reflects African-American life in rural Western Kentucky, and Henry Clay's estate in Lexington. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:00 | #305 | TV-G
Dressed as Mark Twain, river expert Lewis Hankins entertains passengers aboard the American Queen; a Northern Kentucky artist finds inspiration in the natural world; gifted high school students participate in a summer program; and an exhibition in Paris showcases old steam- and gas-powered farm machinery. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #304 | TV-G
A water-borne grocery delivery service on the Ohio River at Carrollton; A Day in the Country, a folk art fair at the Isonville farm of Minnie and Garland Adkins; growing blackberries for profit at Windstone Farm in Nicholas County; and the Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:50 | #303 | TV-G
Danville's family-run regional theater, a tour of Louisville baseball history, a Covington museum that showcases old train cars and equipment, and a nostalgic ride on the Hardin Southern Railroad out of Murray. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #302 | TV-G
The Chandler brothers of Petersburg, who build and restore carriages and buggies by hand; a Paducah community art project that's also a Western Kentucky history lesson; Asbury college students working behind the scenes at the Atlanta Olympics; and an exhibit of dolls dressed as Kentucky governors' wives at the Capitol. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #301 | TV-G
Louisville sculptor Barney Bright, known for his memorial works; Big Bone Gardens in Union; and the Cane Ridge Revival, a 19th-century camp meeting that profoundly influenced American religious life. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #210 | TV-G
Calhoun's Boat Works, maker of "stump jumper" boats designed for the shallow waters of Reelfoot Lake in far Western Kentucky; the site of the state's largest Civil War battle in Perryville; folk artist Myra Howard of Salyersville; and the Quilt Box, an unusual quilt shop in Northern Kentucky. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #209 | TV-G
Homemade wooden bridges in Eastern Kentucky; a special Scouting program for children with disabilities; and abstract artist Sam Gilliam, originally from Louisville. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:30 | #208 | TV-G
Elizabethtown's Carmen Ray Coyle, who makes bottles and other glass art; Louisville sculptor Ed Hamilton, who was commissioned to create a memorial to African-American Civil War soldiers; quilting stories from the State Fair; and natural arches and Yahoo Falls in southern Kentucky. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #206 | TV-G
Maker's Mark, the Loretto bourbon distillery and Kentucky landmark run by the Samuels family; a portrait of the late gourd artist Minnie Black of London; and Pike Countians who are turning a famous feud into a tourist attraction. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #205 | TV-G
The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington; Lexington's Rose Mary King, who makes African-American dolls based on family members and historical figures; a family-owned furniture business in Western Kentucky; a Louisville gallery that promotes and sells Kentucky crafts; and a brief tour of the University of Kentucky Arboretum in Lexington. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #204 | TV-G
A Lexington sculptor, traditional team marble games from the Kentucky-Tennessee border region, and historic furnaces throughout the state. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:30 | #203 | TV-G
A Louisville couple who raise puppies for training as companion dogs for the disabled; making syrup in Harlan; a folk artist from Eastern Kentucky; and Doug Howard, an Owensboro craftsman who makes baskets from split white oak. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:40 | #202 | TV-G
Paintsville artist Garland Dixon, who turns scrap wood into beautiful turned bowls; the small-town Western Kentucky team that won the 1952 state basketball tournament; Glendale wicker furniture craftsman Tony Vance; T-shirts with a message of peace and unity; and a Northern Kentucky state park where remains of prehistoric mammals are preserved. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:30 | #201 | TV-G
An equine breed developed in Kentucky for its smooth gait; a profile of the Scott County town, home to a Toyota manufacturing plant; Paula Cinieros, who ran the Alaskan Iditarod race in 1995; and a cave near Bowling Green. A 1996 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #115 | TV-G
A cooperative that helps woodworkers network and find new markets, simulator-based tank operations training at Fort Knox, Joe Ley Antiques in Louisville, a Lexington painter of religious works, and a post-office mural that depicts the history of a small Western Kentucky town. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
25:42 | #113 | TV-G
The history and charitable works of the Kentucky Colonels, ultralight airplanes, and the restaurant where Harland Sanders perfected his "finger-lickin' good" fried chicken. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:30 | #112 | TV-G
Now a military cemetery, Camp Nelson was a training camp for African-American troops during the Civil War, then a refugee camp for their families. The Valley View Ferry, the oldest continuously operating business in the state, hauls cars across the Kentucky River between Fayette and Madison counties. Both Civil War presidents were born in Kentucky, and both have monuments in the state: Abraham Lincoln's in Hodgenville and Jefferson Davis' near Hopkinsville. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #111 | TV-G
A historic tour of Paducah and a textile exhibit at its Yeiser Art Center, a cave-country motel where travelers can sleep in concrete teepees, and a 4-H agricultural exhibit for Northern Kentucky kids. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
28:00 | #110 | TV-G
Jessamine County's Janice Miller and her painted gourds; a Louisville program that teaches young men about drums and about their African heritage; "Hombre" Embry and his private Bluegrass Motorcycle Museum in Ohio County; and a Woodford County farm that produces thoroughbred horses, cattle, and crops. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:01 | #109 | TV-G
An Owenton quilt artist, a museum in Benham dedicated to the history of the coal-mining industry, a young sculptor from Wilmore, and the site of Daniel Boone's first Kentucky settlement. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #108 | TV-G
The oldest continuously operated mill in Kentucky, a memorial to Kentuckians killed in the Vietnam War, the Mount Sterling candy company that makes "Blue Mondays," a Frankfort bourbon distillery, and a volunteer program to rescue wounded birds of prey. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #107 | TV-G
A gifted Lexington boy who composes music, writes, and draws; Herschel House of Butler County, who makes traditional Kentucky long rifles by hand; an Eastern Kentucky park and its classes on building bird and bat houses; and the University of Louisville's annual jazz camp for student musicians of all ages. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #106 | TV-G
Mount Sterling's Paul Williams and his hand-crafted guitars and dulcimers; a working farm in Scott County where visitors can pick their own Halloween pumpkins; the traditional stone fences of the Bluegrass; and the Western Kentucky recreational area, which features an 1850s homeplace. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #105 | TV-G
A settlement near Paintsville where visitors can see how 19th-century pioneers lived; a Henderson man who carves elaborate wooden miniatures, many with moving parts; monks' lives at the Trappist abbey in Central Kentucky where Thomas Merton once lived and wrote; a former basketball star who's making a name for himself as a sculptor; and a 15,000-acre forest and park in Christian County. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #104 | TV-G
Profiles a nun, one of the Sisters of Loretto, who creates liturgical art; an Owensboro museum dedicated to Kentucky's indigenous music, bluegrass; the museum at Churchill Downs in Louisville, which traces Kentucky Derby history; and Kingdom Come State Park in Eastern Kentucky, home of black bears. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:01 | #103 | TV-G
A family-oriented riding program in Falmouth and Carrollton, a 70-year-old weaving business in Berea, songs of the 1960s civil rights movement, and a privately preserved forest in Nelson County. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:29 | #102 | TV-G
A botanist's tour of a recently discovered area of old-growth forest in Harlan County, the Speed Art Museum's restoration of a doll presented by the Japanese as part of a cultural exchange in the 1920s, and a wetlands area in Western Kentucky that's a stopover for migrating birds. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #101 | TV-G
Covered bridges around the state; artist Stan Schu of Georgetown, who sculpts with a chain saw; Louisville's renovated Cathedral of the Assumption; and Carter Caves State Park in northeastern Kentucky. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #823 | TV-G
An equine artist from Lexington, a Western Kentucky sculptor who works from large stones, and a Scott County museum with an extraordinary collection of silver made by silversmiths on the 18th-century frontier. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #822 | TV-G
As part of the largest exodus of U.S. citizens in American history, Confederate veterans from Kentucky and other states fled to Brazil after the Civil War and established a permanent settlement. Their descendants still dress up in hoop skirts and sing "Dixie"—in Portuguese/Brazilian accents. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #821 | TV-G
The Behringer-Crawford Museum, the Newport Aquarium, Covington Community Center arts projects, Newport on the Levee, riverboats, and Mainstrasse and other historic neighborhoods in Covington. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #820 | TV-G
A Louisville businessman who owns one of the largest private collections of horse-drawn carriages in North America; a family business in Cave City that makes ornamental concrete products; and a Lexington-born sculptor, adept in bronze and clay, who is also a master printmaker. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #819 | TV-G
Profiles of a photographer who conducts weekend seminars and pilots his ultralight airplane to get aerial shots of national parks and a nationally known wildlife artist/naturalist who lived in Kentucky for many years. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #818 | TV-G
The Lincoln County home of a Kentucky pioneer and "Indian fighter," an artists-in-residence program at Bernheim Forest and Arboretum, and the majestic eagles that inhabit Reelfoot Lake. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
25:30 | #817 | TV-G
An Asian cultural center in Louisville, rock-climbing adventures in the Red River Gorge, and swamp scenery from Western Kentucky. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:59 | #816 | TV-G
Visits the 18th-century Frankfort home of U.S. Senator John Brown and Denby Studios in Versailles, where Shaker-style clocks are made by hand. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #815 | TV-G
The glass-blowing studio of Michel and Bernie North, woodturner Ron Thomas, and a tour of Mammoth Cave for the truly adventurous. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:00 | #814 | TV-G
Writer Harlan Hubbard and his wife, Anna, lived for more than 40 years without electricity—but with plenty of books, music, and art—in an isolated spot near the Ohio River in the Trimble/Campbell County area. A 2002 KET production.
27:00 | #813 | TV-G
An Owen County printer who hand-sets type and publishes many of Kentucky's most respected authors, a Clark County organization promoting social and economic change for women of Eastern and Central Kentucky, and a Louisville sculptor who had many professions before rediscovering his childhood interest in impressions and casting. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #812 | TV-G
A small firm in Auburn that carries on a time-honored tradition of making stained glass, an Austrian-born painter who has become a prominent neo-primitive artist, and a family-run park that offers both cave tours and animals and culture from the Australian Outback. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #811 | TV-G
The unusual collections at the Cumberland College-operated museum in Williamsburg, a musical Corinth family whose members both make and play instruments, and the quilts of Taylorsville's Jan Darnell. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:00 | #810 | TV-G
A trip through Central Kentucky aboard a train from the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, a photographer who has traveled an estimated 320,000 miles to photograph students and teachers in Kentucky's 1,400 schools, and an archaeology project in which Earthwatch volunteers inventory and study artifacts found in Mammoth Cave. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
53:43 | #809 | TV-G
In a two-hour special, host Dave Shuffett finds all kinds of uniquely Kentucky delights, including an Appalachian chef, a rodeo team, a jeweler inspired by nature, and some long-timers—a couple still keeping house after 72 years of marriage and a family that has been farming the same land for 150 years. He visits a coal camp, a country music store, the Corvette Museum, the Kirchoff Bakery, the Mother of God Catholic Church, and the Louisville Zoo and goes to beloved landmarks like Cumberland Falls, the Land Between the Lakes, and the Red River Gorge, as well as lesser-known jewels such as the Goddard Covered Bridge and the Parkette Drive-In. A 2002 KET production.
26:30 | #808 | TV-G
A Louisville couple shows how they make the colorful furniture sold under Jimmy Buffett's "Margaritaville" imprint. Loretta Lynn's brother gives a tour of the family home in Johnson County. And Locust Grove marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of George Rogers Clark with a salute to the history-making Clark family. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #807 | TV-G
Fayette County wood sculptor Philip Hultgren specializes in ceremonial mahogany bowls and other large pieces. The Louisville Science Center introduces kids of all ages to the science behind how things work. And Chautauqua performer Hasan Davis portrays the true story of Angus Augustus Burleigh, a slave who ran away from an Anderson County farm at age 16 to join the Union Army and fight in the Civil War. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #806 | TV-G
Tsa' Ne' Dos'e (London's Arnold Richardson) carves traditional Iroquois flutes and performs on them. Randy Spencer of Owensboro, an electrical engineer by trade, carves beautiful hiking sticks from sassafras wood. Louisville psychologist Jim Mahanes paints with watercolors. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #805 | TV-G
A hike through Blanton Forest, an old-growth forest in Harlan County recently re-opened to the public; a tour of the LaGrange home of Rob Morris, founder of the Order of the Eastern Star; and a look at fall colors in Powell County's Natural Bridge State Park. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:51 | #804 | TV-G
A look at the Kentucky connections of writer Mark Twain and a riverboat trip down the Kentucky section of the Mississippi River, including stops at Fort Jefferson and the New Madrid Bend. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #803 | TV-G
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Overbrook Farm tapestry, which hangs in the University of Kentucky library named in honor of Lexington businessman and philanthropist William T. Young, and a look at the natural scenery of one of Kentucky's favorite state parks as well as the pioneer woman for whom it is named. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #802 | TV-G
The Gleason family's homemade soap, mustard, jams, jellies, and other products from their Robertson County farm; a visit to a popular state park on Kentucky Lake; and volunteers building a trail on Pine Mountain. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #801 | TV-G
A quaint motel sitting high on a hill overlooking Burkesville in Cumberland County; the stonework of Italian immigrants that can still be seen on schools, churches, and coal company buildings throughout Eastern Kentucky; and the 2001 International Highland Games in Glasgow (KY), featuring a Kentucky bagpiper. A 2002 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
01:26:30 | #724 | TV-G
Dave Shuffett hosts a special edition featuring the Christmas lights and history of Burnside Island, special holiday reenactments at Jouett House in Versailles, life-size Santa images crafted by Lindy Evans, and old-fashioned Christmas dinners at the Forkland Community Center and Patti's 1880s Settlement. A 2001 KET production.
26:30 | #723 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett goes fly-fishing with 97-year-old Hub Perdew of Frankfort, who shares his secret for longevity. Ohio County ministers run a teen center. And Louisville artist Jay Bolotin works on his mixed-media creation Limbus, a "mechanical opera" that's part music and part sculpture and is based on a real-life tragedy. A 2001 KET production.
26:30 | #722 | TV-G
In Fayette County, a volunteer organization sponsors an art program for mentally disabled adults. Host Dave Shuffett journeys to Fulton County to visit a historic clock tower, a black history museum, a company that sells nuts, and a broom-making shop. A 2001 KET production.
26:30 | #721 | TV-G
A tour of Monroe County, including barbecue restaurants, the Turkey Neck Bend Ferry, and the Old Mulkey Meeting House, and a visit with renowned Louisville sculptor Ed Hamilton as he completes his Washington, DC memorial to African-American soldiers of the Civil War. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:31 | #720 | TV-G
The Kentucky Oral History Commission, begun in 1976, has one of the largest and most accessible collections of taped interviews in the country. A band of seniors in Louisville entertains with harmonicas and nostalgic songs. And high school singers perform in two choruses formed through the 2001 Kentucky Music Educators Association all-state audition process. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #719 | TV-G
Carver Bruce Smith of Villa Hills specializes in human caricatures in wood; 11-year-old Kelsey Tamayo of Hardin County composes music, plays more than 20 instruments, and actually loves to practice; and Bowling Green pet store owner Mitch Gibbs' patented revolving aquarium helps coral grow more naturally and keep its color. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:30 | #718 | TV-G
Explores the various theories about the origins of the Melungeons, an Appalachian ethnic group of mixed ancestry whose forebears arrived in the New World at the time of the Spanish explorers. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:58 | #717 | TV-G
Former University of Louisville basketball coach Denny Crum reviews his Hall of Fame career, host Dave Shuffett joins Dave Hellard to search for Indian arrowheads, and a Lexington photographer specializes in Kentucky landscapes. A 2001 KET production.
26:31 | #716 | TV-G
Bell County festivities honoring the explorer who named Cumberland Gap and created some of the first maps of the region, a Frankfort monument that honors Kentuckians killed in Vietnam, and a walking tour of a historic town in Jefferson County. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #715 | TV-G
A park overlooking the Mississippi River in Hickman County commemorates an unusual Civil War battle, Frankfort's David Rodgers runs his business as a tribute to his father, and host Dave Shuffett and naturalist Joyce Bender hike through a Powell County nature preserve said to have been visited by Daniel Boone. A 2001 KET production.
26:00 | #714 | TV-G
The locks and dam that allow boats to get around the Falls of the Ohio at Louisville, a historic distillery near Lawrenceburg, and a farrier's school in Shelby County. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:31 | #713 | TV-G
A Leitchfield man who's one of America's most widely published fantasy artists; Munfordville's Creations from the Hart, a crafts store owned and operated by the crafters of Hart County; and a round of golf at the oldest continuously operated course in the country. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #712 | TV-G
A Hollywood filmmaker (Halloween, Escape from New York) who grew up in Bowling Green, Lexington's harness-racing track, and a Laurel County colony established by Swiss immigrants in the 1800s. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #711 | TV-G
Kentucky's largest carillon, which rings the music of the bells out over the Berea College campus each day; a historic Bardstown landmark restored after a devastating fire; and a visit to Elkhorn City for small-town charm, picture-postcard mountain scenery, and outdoor adventure. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #710 | TV-G
The Northern Kentucky site of a bloody Revolutionary War battle, a Louisville stained-glass artist whose work embodies both Old and New World traditions, and an Edmonson County couple who grow strawberries without soil. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
02:25:56 | #709 | TV-G
In a special expanded edition, host Dave Shuffett takes a nostalgic tour of Kentucky by driving from Ashland to Paducah on U.S. 60. Stops include a drive-in restaurant, Grayson Lake, Calumet Farm, the state capitol, a Frankfort memorial to African-American Civil War veterans, a Louisville blues bar, Brandenburg, an Owensboro pastry shop, Camp Breckinridge, Smithland, and the Swan Lake Wildlife Management Area. A 2001 KET production.
25:30 | #708 | TV-G
The Carlisle-based organization ReRun places retired thoroughbreds who might otherwise be destined for slaughter in loving new homes. Host Dave Shuffett visits a Nature Conservancy preserve in Livingston County that features natural arches and an unusual ecosystem. A 2001 KET production.
26:29 | #707 | TV-G
Bellarmine University professor Bob Lockhart, whose bronze sculptures are found throughout Louisville; Owensboro homemaker Jan Treesh, who started making baskets as a hobby and now runs her own business selling them; and a hunt beneath old outhouses for antique glass. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:00 | #706 | TV-G
The artisans of Louisville's Yardbirds, who create fanciful creatures out of scrap metal and old tools; Oldham County's Dick Wright, who carries on the traditions of blacksmithing; Nancy Farmer, who quests for examples of "futuristic" design, circa the 1950s; and a National Wildlife Refuge in western Kentucky. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #705 | TV-G
Newport's riverside tourist attraction brings the life of the sea to the land of the bluegrass, while a state park nearby is home to prehistoric animal remains. Host Dave Shuffett canoes down a segment of the Cumberland River that's part of the national Wild and Scenic Rivers program, finding lots of scenic beauty and a little whitewater. A 2001 KET production.
26:30 | #704 | TV-G
A Danville community theater troupe named for a Centre College scholar and writer; Jack Bricking of Richmond, who travels to greyhound tracks to save former racing dogs that would otherwise be destroyed; and the highly sought-after pottery made in the little community of Bybee. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #703 | TV-G
The Pollittes of Mason County hold their 67th annual family reunion, a Campbellsville potter sculpts dinosaurs, a former mapmaker in Edmonton puts her drafting skills to work creating cards and silk-screen prints, and a Letcher County singer/songwriter combines her concern for the environment with her music. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #702 | TV-G
Native American burial mounds in Western Kentucky that date to 800 A.D., the colorful and creative horse statues from Lexington's 2000 public-art project, and a forest preserve located just 15 miles from downtown Louisville. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #701 | TV-G
A Boone County painter who works in egg tempera and his daughter, who is also taking up art; Graves County pilot Ralph Waldrop, who flew a B-26 bomber in World War II; and a performance by the 2000 Kentucky All-State Chorus. A 2001 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #623 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett takes a candlelight tour of the fort, visits a Victorian-decorated mansion museum complete with a Christmas Tree Festival, enjoys holiday music, and meets a Victorian-era version of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. A 2000 KET production.
26:30 | #622 | TV-G
The home of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and novelist Robert Penn Warren, author of All the King's Men, at Guthrie in Todd County and a museum exhibit in Hopkinsville that pays tribute to early 20th-century "psychic healer" Edgar Cayce. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #621 | TV-G
An internationally renowned multimedia artist from Bowling Green; Tec-Fab Inc. of Campbellsville, where metal church steeples are manufactured; and diminutive horses on a farm in Metcalfe County. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #612 | TV-G
Tom and Pat Gish have been publishing the Mountain Eagle in Whitesburg since the mid-1950s. This small-town newspaper has the motto "It Screams!" on its masthead, and it has won several national awards for its in-depth, sometimes crusading coverage of Eastern Kentucky issues. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:00 | #620 | TV-G
Though long since eclipsed, High Bridge between Jessamine and Garrard counties was once the highest railroad bridge in the country—and a popular tourist destination in its own right. University of Louisville librarian and historian Tom Owen talks about the history of the River City. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #619 | TV-G
A cherry furniture factory in Campbellsville, a region-wide effort to clean up Eastern Kentucky, and an organ performance by Jeff Jones on Danville Presbyterian Church's new Taylor and Boody pipe organ. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #618 | TV-G
Remembering the old-time resort at Edmonson County's Chalybeate Springs, folk-dancing with the Coffeys of Shelby County, and hiking the trails of Bell County's Pine Mountain State Resort Park. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:00 | #617 | TV-G
Knob Hill Farm, where Abraham Lincoln spent his toddler and preschool years; the site where Lexington was founded, now a park and education center maintained by a volunteer foundation; airport training for firefighters who have to battle blazes aboard airplanes; and log cabins around the state. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #616 | TV-G
A Nature Conservancy preserve in Garrard County; Tracy Watkins of Jessamine County, who goes treasure hunting with a metal detector; Powell County young people learning to play bluegrass music from legends of the form; and the lush flora of the Lexington Cemetery. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:30 | #615 | TV-G
A Kentucky poet laureate, the Kentucky doctor who attended Floyd Collins and Sgt. Alvin York, the William T. Young Library at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, and a Hartford factory that recycles old wooden materials into new flooring. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:30 | #614 | TV-G
Daviess County's Kay Wimsatt and her passion for crazy quilts; a Louisville tattoo parlor that also houses a museum of body art; abstract artist David Gulotta, who finds inspiration in the depths of Mammoth Cave; and Dawson Springs' past as a resort town and spring-training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1914 to 1917. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #613 | TV-G
A Lexington author who wrote for 35 years before attracting a major publisher, husband-and-wife hammered dulcimer players from Shelby County, a wildlife artist from Murray, and a look at Elkhorn Creek near Frankfort through the seasons. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #611 | TV-G
The small Ohio County town of Rosine was the birthplace of Bill Monroe—and therefore of bluegrass music. Howard Brandon of Murray shows off his collection of antique automobiles, and Johnson County painter Catherine Smart Wells gives a tour of her studio. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
02:00:57 | #610 | TV-G
A special expanded edition features the history, culture, and people found along Highway 68. Driving from Maysville in the northeast to Paducah in the northwest, host Dave Shuffett stops at the Blue Licks and Perryville battlefields, the Shaker village at Pleasant Hill, a neon-lit drive-in restaurant in Paris, a farm where country hams are made, Bowling Green sites connected with native son and cooking entrepreneur Duncan Hines, and more. A 2000 KET production.
26:30 | #609 | TV-G
19th-century artifacts from an archaeological dig at Riverside Farm near Louisville; Seldom Scene Farm in Woodford County, where Paul and Lindy Huber raise llamas and alpacas; and the historic small town of Warsaw in Gallatin County. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:29 | #608 | TV-G
Host Dave Shuffett drives the eastern route of the old Dixie Highway—the "magic highway"—from the Roebling Bridge over the Ohio River at Covington to the Cumberland Gap at Middlesboro. While visiting some of the current roadside attractions, he also remembers those that flourished from the 1930s through the '50s but faded away with the coming of the interstate highways. A 2000 KET production.
26:30 | #607 | TV-G
A Paducah museum and antebellum/Civil War education center, a dig in Jackson County where archaeologists are uncovering Kentucky history circa 12,000 years ago, a Mount Sterling painter who's a rising star in the worlds of landscape and wildlife art, and Kentucky's longest lake. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:50 | #606 | TV-G
A look at the life and work of the Franklin County painter and naturalist, best known for his pastoral watercolors inspired by Central Kentucky landscapes. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #605 | TV-G
In Madisonville, Dr. Loman Trover built the "Mayo Clinic of Kentucky." In Paintsville, a couple built a fabulous playhouse for their granddaughter. Jeanine Brady of Marion County builds colorful feeders to attract hummingbirds to her backyard, and Carter Caves State Resort Park in Olive Hill attracts spelunkers and hikers alike with natural beauty. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #604 | TV-G
World-famous Claiborne Farm near Paris has been home to some of the greatest thoroughbred horses in history—including Secretariat, who is buried there. Built in 1865, the Conrad-Caldwell House in Louisville is a Victorian showplace. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #603 | TV-G
A nonprofit Louisville company that creates Braille books and other products for the visually impaired, trains and railroad history in Fulton County, and a nature preserve near Paducah. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #602 | TV-G
A Jefferson County rescue organization for needy dogs; a Hardin County nature writer, photographer, and free spirit; and music of the Civil War played by reenactors. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
27:59 | #601 | TV-G
A profile of the Oneida Baptist Institute in Clay County, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1999; Northern Kentucky singers who perform traditional Native American songs; and a lake in Natural Bridge State Park. A 2000 KET production hosted by Dave Shuffett.
26:30 | #509 | TV-G
Holiday music in the studio with Homer Ledford and host Byron Crawford, the Triple-F Christmas Tree Farm in Nelson County, and a look at growing poinsettias at Pemberton's Nursery in Lexington. A 1999 KET production.
26:30 | #413 | TV-G
Holiday festivities in and around the Nelson County town include a train ride, a tour of My Old Kentucky Home, reading by the fireside, and caroling. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #307 | TV-G
Christmas activities in historic Washington in Mason County, including caroling and other musical performances, craft demonstrations, and a tour of the re-created pioneer village. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
27:29 | #114 | TV-G
Santa impersonator Jack Gillespie of Shepherdsville; Olde Tyme Toys in Richmond; a Christmas concert by Rockcastle County children; holiday decorations in Frankfort; and dollmaker Anna Lee Blinco of Louisville, who gives away many of her creations. A 1995 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #426 | TV-G
Jerry Barnaby's Brandenburg inn was built in 1792 as a mill. In Keavy, Moses and Evelyn Hamblin join her mother, Dora Mae Wagers, an original member of the Coon Creek Girls, in carrying on a musical heritage. Don Bocklage of Washington County hosts an annual summer arts-and-crafts camp for adults. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #425 | TV-G
A former coal camp has become a tourist attraction in McCreary County; professional clown Nick Wilkins of Bowling Green, known as Broadway the Clown, takes his art seriously; and a retired physician in Bell County creates art from found objects. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #423 | TV-G
This program highlights Louisville subjects: a photographer whose work celebrates the city, the historic home of the Speed family where Abraham Lincoln once visited, and an ancient fish now being raised in Kentucky and served at the Seelbach Hotel. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #422 | TV-G
A recent bust of Lincoln by sculptor Robert Berks, the Lexington house that was the girlhood home of Lincoln's wife, and an annual jurying process organized by the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:29 | #421 | TV-G
A Bowling Green muralist who creates works of art on walls—inside and outside; the renowned University of Kentucky fiber artist whose tapestries incorporate a variety of materials; and a Letcher County nature sanctuary that offers trees, flowers, and a spectacular waterfall. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #420 | TV-G
A Madison County couple who grow garlic for farmers' markets and restaurants, a stagecoach built by hand by the citizens of a small Breckinridge County town, and the Greenup County hollow where beloved Kentucky writer Jesse Stuart grew up. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #419 | TV-G
A historic home in Princeton that depicts the life of a typical Victorian family in exhibits that change with the season, a workshop for jazz artists in Warren County, and Kentucky's newest state park. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #418 | TV-G
The annual outhouse races at Penn's country store in Gravel Switch, a Berea painter at work on his specially commissioned portrait of former president Jimmy Carter, and the sunflower-drenched Carroll family farm in Franklin County. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #417 | TV-G
Powell Countians carry on the tradition of making sorghum each fall. Volunteer naturalist Randy Seymour, who has written a book on the wildflowers of Kentucky cave country, serves as a guide to some colorful and rare examples. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #416 | TV-G
Explores the various theories about the origins of the Melungeons, an Appalachian ethnic group of mixed ancestry whose forebears arrived in the New World at the time of the Spanish explorers. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #415 | TV-G
McNeese, of Lexington, is a painter, musician, and filmmaker. Boone County's Arrasmith makes and sells Native American clothing and is a costumer and occasional actor for Hollywood movies. Newsom's Old Mill Store in Princeton has been run by the same family since 1917. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #414 | TV-G
Liberty pharmacist Steve Hill, who also happens to be an aerobatic pilot with a hand-built plane; Bowling Green's Ricky Hudson, who has made Harley Davidsons both his hobby and his business; a Louisville couple who prefer to see the town from above in their own hot-air balloon; and a legendary Lexington horse farm. A 1998 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #521 | TV-G
Opened in 1999 as the new headquarters of the Kentucky Historical Society, the Kentucky History Center in Frankfort is also a museum housing interactive exhibits on the state's past. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #520 | TV-G
A nun who's also a painter of religious subjects, a national furniture design contest sponsored by Bitner's Furniture in Louisville, and the Paducah-based company that's serving up the "ice cream of the future" in little dots. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #518 | TV-G
A remembrance of African-American mountaineers, coal miners, and railroad workers, including visits with poets Dorothy Fountain and Nikky Finney, guitarist Etta Baker, and the Buckingham Lining Bar Gang in Whitesburg. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #517 | TV-G
A visit to Gray Zeitz' press in Monterey, where books are still lovingly hand-set and printed; a Somerset native who's also a nationally renowned graphic artist; and a day-long horseback ride in Green County. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:46 | #516 | TV-G
Newspaper editor and Civil War reenactor Stephen Bowling leads a tour of a southern Kentucky battlefield, re-creating an 1862 battle that helped turn the tide against the Confederates in the western theater. Dr. Richard Shore of Louisville retraces the Kentucky route of conservationist John Muir, who walked from Louisville to Florida in 1867. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #515 | TV-G
Accompanied by his wife, Anna, author and painter Harlan Hubbard put his principles of self-sufficiency and simplicity to the test by living for years on a shantyboat cruising the Ohio-Mississippi River system, then moved to a small farm in Northern Kentucky. His books about his experiences won him a national following in the 1940s and helped inspire later "back-to-nature" movements. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #514 | TV-G
A look at the origins of the official seal of Kentucky and other symbols of the Commonwealth from the Kentucky Historical Society; an annual yacht race on Barren River Lake; and Paducah businessman Billy Harper, who also happens to be a professional drag racer. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
30:00 | #513 | TV-G
Tales from space and thoughts on the future of the space program from a Logan County native who has flown three missions; a retired Louisville Ballet dancer who now turns her attention to teaching the art to young people; and boating, swimming, and beautiful scenery at Buckhorn Lake State Park near Hazard. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #512 | TV-G
A skydiving program in Green County lets novices "hitch a ride" with more experienced parachutists, a Lexington artist creates sculptures from stained glass, and long-time residents remember life in the area now known as Land Between the Lakes in the time before the lakes were created. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #511 | TV-G
A Wild Cave Tour of Mammoth Cave, the Adkinses of Woodford County and their private museum of antique cast-iron and mechanized toys, and an African-American dance company from Paducah. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:30 | #510 | TV-G
Georgetown College's football training facility, off-season home to the NFL Cincinnati Bengals; a dramatic reenactment of a slave wedding based on family history; raising buffalo for profit in Fleming County; and homemade ice cream and old-time music at a thumb-pickers' jam session at the Muhlenberg County courthouse. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
26:29 | #508 | TV-G
A children's camp in Henry County started by a mom and her kids; Henrietta Calhoun's hand-made dolls and other crafts on display at the Marie Stewart Crafts Shop at Hindman Settlement School; Kentucky's oldest operating distillery, which still makes bourbon the old-fashioned way; and the Kentucky Derby Festival's hot-air balloon race. A 1999 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
A special 90-minute edition featuring some of the best segments from the series' third season, including country stores, painter Helen LaFrance, swinging bridges in Eastern Kentucky, nature photographer James Archambeault, fly fishing, and Reelfoot Lake. A 1997 KET production hosted by Byron Crawford.
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