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PROTECTING KENTUCKY KET’s transmission towers carry more than television programs

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KET’s transmission network — the same system of transmitters and towers that deliver the latest Masterpiece drama, Nature documentary and Daniel Tiger episode to your home — plays another important role in serving Kentuckians. It’s part of a state and national public safety grid that plays a critical role ensuring that weather officials, first responders and law enforcement agencies maintain communications, especially when disaster strikes. Consider the ice storm that crippled much of Kentucky in 2009, leaving more than a half-million without power. Phone lines and cell towers went dark, but emergency officials were able to communicate critical information thanks to KET’s network infrastructure. “The best warning system is one that works in multiple ways—and KET’s transmission network is part of the backbone of our communications with the general public,” says Joe Sullivan, the National Weather Service’s warning coordination meteorologist in Louisville. “If power is lost to the cell towers, for instance, our information still gets to where it needs to go because of this backup system. And it saves lives.” The KET network uses a vast array of microwave radio links and broadcast transmitters to deliver KET’s four channels to the entire Commonwealth and into parts of the seven surrounding states. If you have TV service from a cable or satellite company, your provider receives KET’s signal from this broadcast transmission network, and then delivers it to your home. If you receive TV over-the-air through an antenna, your KET channels come directly from the KET broadcast network. This same network of 16 transmitters and 15 towers, located across the commonwealth, also house local, state and federal agencies’ communications systems. Each site is backed up with emergency generators and can run for up to 72 hours after loss of


commercial power. With fuel deliveries, KET’s transmission sites can remain powered indefinitely, providing critical communication support in the event of an emergency. This infrastructure helps KET partner with and support a wide variety of agencies, including Kentucky Emergency Warning System, Kentucky National Guard, Kentucky

astronomical,” says Dana Golub, a vice-president and director of PBS WARN, the backup network for nationwide wireless emergency alerting, which is broadcast throughout Kentucky by KET’s transmission system. “The federal government’s investments to leverage the existing infrastructure of public television was a no brainer because our network

“The best warning system is one that works in multiple ways — and KET’s transmission network is part of the backbone of our communications with the general public.” — JOE SULLIVAN

National Weather Service’s warning coordination meteorologist in Louisville

State Police, Kentucky Department of Transportation, Kentucky Division of Forestry, and the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. The KET network also supports NOAA’s National Weather Service with 13 NOAA weather transmitters on KET towers. These 100- to 1,000foot towers — much taller than regional radio or cell-phone towers — serve as a well-distributed statewide communications system to alert the public of weather and other emergencies. KET’s statewide transmissions network offers efficiencies, often eliminating the need for other agencies to construct their own towers. “The cost to build out a backup system for emergency communications from scratch would be

already reaches 95 percent of the country.” KET transmission sites also host equipment used by the FBI, the U.S. Secret Service, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. And many KET sites are used by local agencies for communications, including sheriffs’ departments and local emergency management. As part of the federal government’s Emergency Alert System, KET is ready to serve. In the event of a national emergency, a special receiver located in KET’s network center, would override broadcasts to deliver vital information to the public. It’s tested weekly, and the federal government conducts nationwide tests periodically.

Watching KET, you probably don’t give much thought to the infrastructure required to broadcast and deliver programs to your home; however, it’s KET’s statewide tower network that enables the delivery of programs and public safety communications throughout the Commonwealth. KET recently completed major upgrades to our transmission infrastructure, including updates and reinforcement to the towers themselves, as part of the federally mandated spectrum repack. With 16 transmitters in KET’s statewide network, this was the largest spectrum repack in the nation. The $20 million project — reimbursed by the FCC — was a significant achievement, delivered on schedule, under budget, and with minimal interruption to our viewers. And while the impetus of the initiative was to free up additional spectrum for wireless companies, this work will also have an impact on our ability to support Kentucky’s public safety systems –— as we’ve improved KET’s highly reliable communications infrastructure available 24/7/365. With changing technologies forthcoming, KET is uniquely positioned to further expand its public safety services by delivering localized emergency alerts. Working with the state’s emergency management team and network of Kentucky broadcasters, enhanced services are on the horizon. KET is proud to serve as part of Kentucky’s public safety communications infrastructure and to support the team of dedicated men and women who work to protect us all. Sincerely,

Shae Hopkins

KET Executive Director and CEO


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o the outside world, he was the king of cool. A jazz giant whose silhouette loomed large over the musical landscape. But the story of Miles Davis is a complex one, marked in equal measure both by his professional successes and his personal struggles. American Masters—Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool takes a hard look at the mythology that surrounds one of the jazz world’s most innovative and influential figures. The documentary by awardwinning filmmaker Stanley Nelson (The Murder of Emmitt Till) earned a Grammy nomination for “Best Music Film” in 2019 after its run in theaters. Bolstered by full access to the Miles Davis Estate, Nelson’s film seeks to chronicle Davis’ complete life: from his formative years feeling his way through New York’s jazz scene, to his collaborations with other luminaries such as Charlie Parker, Gil Evans and John Coltrane, to his tumultuous life offstage, plagued as it was by his abusive behavior toward women as well as his health and addiction problems.

The film, says Los Angeles Times film critic Glenn Whipp, “attempts to understand the man as much as the music.” And Nelson, a veteran documentary filmmaker who has won three Emmys and a Peabody Award, approaches his subject "with both an empathy and unflinching honesty,” Whipp says. The documentary takes a deep dive into Davis’ six decades as a musical artist. It examines both his boundary-breaking musical triumphs as well as his personal failings, all told through intimate reflections from those closest to him: Quincy Jones, Carlos Santana, Clive Davis, Wayne Shorter and an assortment of Davis’ collaborators and family members. What emerges is a full portrait of a complex man who continually sought to push the boundaries of his music, regardless of the cost it exacted on himself and those in his orbit. American Masters — Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

KET Tuesday, Feb. 25 • 9/8 pm

BLACK HISTORY MONTH A look back at the life, leadership, and legacy of the The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The program follows King’s career from his hiring at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church through his death on April 4, 1968, in Memphis. With Infinite Hope: MLK and the Civil Rights Movement KET2 Monday, Feb. 3 • 10/9 pm Henry Louis Gates, Jr., explores the ancestry of film director Ava DuVernay, actor S. Epatha Merkerson, and musician Questlove, traveling to the unexpected places where their ancestors were scattered by slavery, upending their notions of African American history. Finding Your Roots KET Tuesday, Feb. 11 • 8/7 pm KET2 Thursday, Feb. 13 • 9/8 pm In 2014, African American teenager Lennon Lacy was found hanging from a swing set. His mother believes he was lynched although authorities concluded it was a suicide. Stark inconsistencies and few answers from officials drive her to lead efforts in what has become an ongoing fight for the truth. Always in Season KET Monday, Feb. 24 • 10/9 pm

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2 Howards End KET Sunday, Feb. 2 • 8/7 pm KET2 Wednesday, Feb. 5 • 8/7 pm series finale In this four-part minise-

ries, screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan (Gangs of New York) brings a fresh take to E.M. Forster’s masterpiece, Howards End. It’s the story of two independent and unconventional sisters seeking love and navigating a class-conscious Britain at the turnof-the-century. Margaret Schlegel, one of the sisters, falls in love with an older, self-made businessman, Henry Wilcox. Can two people with fundamentally different values make a relationship work?

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5 Nova: Polar Extremes KET Wednesday, Feb. 5 • 8/7 pm Today, the Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else in the world, and Antarctica has locked in its ice enough water to raise sea level by a terrifying 200 feet. The way that the poles respond to a warming climate is one of the greatest wildcards in predicting our climate future. Paleontologist Kirk Johnson uses the Earth’s history, written in stone, as a cipher to decode what is going on at our Polar Extremes today and what the future may hold.

19 Nature: The Mighty Weasel KET Wednesday, Feb. 19 • 8/7 pm KET2 Saturday, Feb. 22 • 6/5 pm The weasel family is often associated with unsavory behavior, but is this bad reputation deserved? To find out, this film follows the adventures of several of its species, making some interesting discoveries along the way. Did you know a weasel’s bite is even stronger than a tiger’s? Or that the fearless honey badger has as much brains as it does brawn? It’s time to reveal the truth about the weasel family.


23 Sanditon KET Sunday, Feb. 23 • 9/8 pm KET2 Wednesday, Feb. 26 • 9/8 pm series finale Experience Jane Aus-

ten’s last, fragmented novel, where entrepreneurs, love interests, hypochondriacs and medical mountebanks come together at a struggling resort aimed to be the next fashionable playground in early 1800s England. Created by screenwriter Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice), this miniseries chronicles the story of Charlotte Heywood, the daughter of a visiting family, who gets pulled into the vortex of those looking to change the sleepy village’s fortunes — as well as their own.

23 Vienna Blood KET Sunday, Feb. 23 • 10/9 pm KET2 Wednesday, Feb. 26 • 10/9 pm series finale Max Liebermann, a

brilliant young doctor, and Oskar Rheinhardt, an Austrian detective, team up to solve some of Vienna’s most mysterious cases. In the season finale, Max’s and Oskar’s suspicions lead them to a military school, where an elite group of cadets display a penchant for sadism and dangerous games. But solving the crime may put both Max and Oskar’s professional careers in jeopardy.

29 The Best of Celtic Woman KET Saturday, Feb. 29 • 8/7 pm Since their debut, Celtic Woman has touched the hearts of a huge audience worldwide, combining some of Ireland’s finest musical talents with an epic stage production that results in a truly inspiring live experience. In this special, Celtic Woman presents a selection of the group’s most magical moments and memories from 15 years of making music. Filled with favorite songs from their journey so far, it showcases Celtic Woman’s angelic voices and instrumental virtuosity in all their glory.

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JANUARY 26 – FEBRUARY 1

26 SUN 27 MON 28 T UE

Howards End on Masterpiece: Episode Three Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Four

Vienna Blood: Episode Two

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Against the Tide

Country Music: I Can’t Stop Loving You (1953 -1963)

Art & Design in Chicago

On Story

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Abraham Lincoln and Jack Benny Show

Great Conversations: Charles Graeber and Dr. Bluegrass and Thomas Gajewski Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Fostering Family: A KET Forum

No Passport Required: Houston

Independent Lens: The First Rainbow Coalition

Legislative Update

BBC World News

Antiques Roadshow: Bonanzaville Hour 1

Frontline: Topic to be announced

Wild Travels

100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations

John Hall: The Kentucky Commodore

Kentucky Muse: Fire and Motion

Kentucky Afield

Finding Your Roots: Secrets & Lies

American Experience: Poison Squad

Frontline: New American Nazis

Legislative Update

BBC World News

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Against the Tide

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

Song of the Mountains: Judy Marshall / Jim 800 Words Lauderdale

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Conversations with Champions: Tori Murden McClure

Renfro Valley: Kentucky’s Country Music Capital

Call to War

Nature: The Cheetah Children

Nova: The Planets: Ice Worlds

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Suriname - Lost World

Legislative Update

Howards End on Masterpiece: Episode Three Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Four

Vienna Blood: Episode Two

Secrets of the Six Wives: Divorced, Beheaded, Survived

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Series Premiere: Showcase of Kentucky Talent Journey Into WellBeing

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Bonanzaville Hour 1

Doc Martin: The Tameness of a Wolf

Father Brown: The Passing Bell

Legislative Update

BBC World News

The This Old House Hour: Paradise: Lost; Loose Railing, Smart Thermostat

Finding Your Roots: Secrets & Lies

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Suriname - Lost World

Music Voyager: Morocco

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Milton-Madison Bridge

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Beyond Measure

Comment on Kentucky

Legislative Update

Washington Week

Movie Classics: In the Heat of the Night

Distinguished Kentuckian: Chloe Gifford

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: And Justice for All

Run That by Me Again

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Gary Cooper

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: The Mammals and the Dustbowl Revival

Kentucky Music

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Connections: Malcolm Ratchford

Connections: Ruth Brinkley

Fostering Family: A KET Forum

Keeping Up Appearances

BBC World News Comment on Kentucky

Comment on Kentucky

Connections

BBC World News

Jubilee: Sierra Hull & Highway 111

Country Music: The Sons and Daughters of America (1964 -1968)

Doc Martin: The Tameness of a Wolf

Kentucky Afield

Connections: Roszalyn Akins

bookclub@KET

Journey Into WellBeing

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Art & Design in Chicago

Scully/The World Show: Generic Offer

WoodSongs: The Mammals and the Dustbowl Revival Austin City Limits

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Passing Bell

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere: Austin Lucas

Jubilee: Sierra Hull & Highway 111

Frontline – New American Nazis


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 26 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Howards End on Masterpiece Episode Three Margaret receives an unexpected offer from Henry. Helen is incensed by the unfair fate of the Basts. 9/8 pm Sanditon on Masterpiece Episode Four Lord Babington courts Esther, who prefers Edward. Charlotte and Sidney clash over Miss Lambe’s illicit meeting with Otis. Vienna Blood Episode Two 10/9 pm Max employs his psychoanalytic training to probe murder suspects’ minds. Eventually, a thread emerges that takes Max and Oskar throughout Vienna.

27 MONDAY

8/7 pm Fostering Family: A KET Forum The program examines progress and challenges to Kentucky’s adoption and foster care system in the wake of recent reform efforts that have been enacted by the Kentucky General Assembly. 9/8 pm No Passport Required Houston Join Chef Marcus Samuelsson in Houston America’s most diverse city - to explore the food and culture of its Nigerian and West African community. 10/9 pm Independent Lens The First Rainbow Coalition See how communitybased movements came together across lines of race and ethnicity to confront issues such as police brutality and substandard housing in 1960s Chicago.

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8/7 pm Finding Your Roots Secrets & Lies Sigourney Weaver, Justina Machado, and Amy Ryan discover revelations about

Nature – The Cheetah Children

their family histories, forever altering how they see themselves. 9/8 pm American Experience Poison Squad Discover the forgotten heroes who fought for food safety at the turn of the 20th century. Unusual experiments and tireless advocacy led by a government chemist changed the way Americans thought about food, health, and consumer safety forever. 10/9 pm Frontline New American Nazis A neo-Nazi group that has actively recruited inside the U.S. military is investigated.

9/8 pm Doc Martin The Tameness of a Wolf Ruth is invited on Radio Portwenn and attracts an unwanted admirer. Doc and Louisa find a replacement nanny.

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9:30/8:30 pm Country Music The Sons and Daughters of America (1964 -1968) See how country music reflects a changing America, with Loretta Lynn speaking to women everywhere, Merle Haggard becoming “The Poet of the Common Man” and audiences looking beyond race to embrace Charley Pride.

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8/7 pm Nature The Cheetah Children For nearly two years in Zimbabwe, wildlife cameraman Kim Wolhuter shadowed a wild cheetah family on foot, to reveal the cubs’ remarkable journey to adulthood and their mother’s dedication in raising them. 9/8 pm Nova The Planets: Ice Worlds Uranus and Neptune dazzle with unexpected rings, supersonic winds, and dozens of moons. And NASA’s New Horizons gets a stunning up-close view of Pluto before venturing deep into the Kuiper Belt. 10/9 pm Expedition with Steve Backshall Suriname - Lost World Steve travels deep into the untouched jungle, finding animals that have never encountered humans in the Guiana Shield.

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8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Bonanzaville Hour 1 See the season’s biggest find with an appraisal that literally floors the guest!

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8/7 pm Kentucky Life Alice Allison Dunnigan was the first African American woman granted press credentials to the White House; in his first Kentucky Life story, Doug took a wild ride aboard a Rockin’ Thunder Jet Boat; in Leslie County, Wendover was the home and heart of the Frontier Nursing Service; taken captive by the Shawnee, pioneer Mary Ingles braved the wilderness unarmed and on foot to return home. 9/8 pm Movie Classics And Justice for All An idealistic lawyer who tries to win cases for clients trapped in a hypocritical and corrupt legal system finds himself defending a self-righteous judge accused of rape. Al Pacino and Jack Warden star (1979). 11/10 pm Austin City Limits Savor an hour with young pop superstar Billie Eilish. The L.A. singer/songwriter performs her hits and songs from her debut LP “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”

Nova – The Planets: Ice Worlds

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Vienna Blood: Episode Three

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Look Not in My Eyes

Country Music: The Sons and Daughters of America (1964 -1968)

Musical Evening with Harry Lennix

On Story

bookclub@KET All the King’s Men

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Too Late for Tears; Life with Elisabeth (short); W.C. Fields (short)

Great Conversations: Doris Kearns Goodwin and A. Scott Berg

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule: Earthmother

Howards End on Masterpiece: Series Finale

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Kentucky Tonight

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Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Five

No Passport Required: Philadelphia

Independent Lens: Leftover Women

Legislative Update

Antiques Roadshow: Bonanzaville Hour 2

American Experience: Poison Squad

With Infinite Hope: MLK and the Civil Rights Wild Travels Movement

100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations

Redeeming Uncle Tom: The Josiah Henson Story

Kentucky Muse: Finding Higher Ground

Kentucky Afield

Finding Your Roots: Science Pioneers

The State of the Union

Song of the Mountains: Doyle Lawson / Quicksilver

800 Words

Chronicles: Kentucky History Magazine: Volume 1

“I remember the old home very well”: The Lincolns in Kentucky

Nova: Polar Extremes

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Howards End on Masterpiece: Series Finale

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BBC World News

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Look Not in My Eyes

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

Educating Kentucky’s Connections: Future Workforce Diabetes Prevention

Kentucky Tonight

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Mexico Flooded Caves

Legislative Update

Vienna Blood: Episode Three

No Passport Required: Los Angeles

BBC World News

Antiques Roadshow: Bonanzaville Hour 2

Father Brown: The Whistle in the Dark

Legislative Update

BBC World News

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Mexico Flooded Caves

Music Voyager: Istanbul Crossroads

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Doc Martin: Nobody Likes Me

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Comment on Kentucky

Legislative Update

Washington Week

Movie Classics: Love Affair

Distinguished Kentuckian: Joy Bale Boone

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: Sense & Sensibility

Kentucky Afield

Last of the Summer Wine

Run That by Me Again

Keeping Up Appearances

Kentucky Music: Don WoodSongs: John Gorka and The War and and Carmen Rogers Treaty

Country Music – The Sons and Daughters of America (1964 -1968) FE B R U A RY 2020

Kentucky in Africa

Connections: Human Jubilee: Nedski and Mojo with Jana Trafficking

Connections: The Forgotten Minority

Appalshop@40 Classics from the Collection: Sunnyside of Life

Country Music: Will the Circle Be Unbroken? (1968 -1972)

Doc Martin: Nobody Likes Me

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Ray Stevens CabaRay To Be Announced Nashville

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Conversations with Champions: Kenny Davis

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: From Chronicles: Kentucky History Magazine: Bluegrass to Blues—Roots of Kentucky Music Volume 1

The This Old House Hour: Paradise: Out of Finding Your Roots: Science Pioneers the Ashes; Weird Shower Valve, Mossy Roof

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Connections: Innocence Project

BBC World News Comment on Kentucky

Comment on Kentucky

Connections

Scully/The World Show: Generic Offer

WoodSongs: John Gorka and The War and Treaty Austin City Limits

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Whistle in the Dark

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere: Kelsey Waldon

Jubilee: Nedski and Mojo with Jana

With Infinite Hope: MLK and the Civil Rights Movement


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 2 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Howards End on Masterpiece Series Finale Margaret and Tibby get Henry to help resolve issues at Howards End, where the three families have a showdown. 8/7 pm Country Music The Sons and Daughters of America (1964 -1968) See how country music reflects a changing America, with Loretta Lynn speaking to women everywhere, Merle Haggard becoming “The Poet of the Common Man” and audiences looking beyond race to embrace Charley Pride. 9/8 pm Sanditon on Masterpiece Episode Five Desperate for unpaid wages, Young Stringer threatens a worker boycott of the annual cricket match with Sanditon’s gentlemen. 10/9 pm Vienna Blood Episode Three Oskar asks Max to help investigate a grotesque series of murders in Vienna’s slums.

3 MONDAY

9/8 pm No Passport Required Philadelphia Chef Marcus Samuelsson learns about Philadelphia’s Italian food scene while sampling everything from pizza to cannoli, with plenty of red sauce, burrata, and handmade pasta in between. 10/9 pm Independent Lens Leftover Women Despite thriving careers, educated and successful women face the stigma of being unmarried in China.

10/9 pm With Infinite Hope: MLK and the Civil Rights Movement A look back at the life, leadership, and legacy of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The program follows King’s career from his hiring at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church through his death on April 4th, 1968 in Memphis.

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8/7 pm Finding Your Roots Science Pioneers Pioneering scientists Francis Collins, Shirley Ann Jackson, and Harold Varmus learn about their families. 9/8 pm The State of the Union PBS NewsHour provides coverage of President Trump's 2020 State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress.

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8/7 pm Nova Polar Extremes Uncover the bizarre history of the poles, from mileshigh ice sheets to warm polar forests teeming with life. 10/9 pm Expedition with Steve Backshall Mexico - Flooded Caves Dive into a network of unexplored caves under the Yucatan Peninsula with Steve Backshall. After trekking through kilometers of scorpion-infested Mexican jungle to reach the caves, he faces the terror of being lost in an underwater silt cloud.

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8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Bonanzaville Hour 2 Highlights include a UND Margaret Cable box, an Elsebeth Haugard silversmith archive, and a B.F. Goodrich Tires advertising sign.

Expedition with Steve Backshall – Mexico - Flooded Caves

9/8 pm Doc Martin Nobody Likes Me Martin is coerced into taking James to playgroup and Ruth is having problems with her new neighbor. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Whistle in the Dark Father Brown accidentally attends a seance at the house of Professor Robert Wiseman who is showcasing the power of a magical artifact - a bone whistle - which is on sale to the highest bidder.

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9:30/8:30 pm Country Music Will the Circle Be Unbroken? (1968 -1972) Learn how country music responds to a nation divided by the Vietnam War, as Army captain turned songwriter Kris Kristofferson sets a new lyrical standard, and artists like Bob Dylan and the Byrds find a recording home in Nashville.

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8/7 pm Kentucky Life Bicyclists enjoy the freewheelin’ fun of the roads and trails in Kentucky’s Cycling Capital; Dave Shuffett learned life lessons after the death of his father; former students of an African American school in May’s Lick share their memories; and in a Kentucky Life Moment, a closeup view of some of Kentucky’s woodland treasures. 9/8 pm Movie Classics Sense & Sensibility Rich Mr. Dashwood dies, leaving his second wife and her three daughters poor by the rules of inheritance. Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet star (1995).

Movie Classics – Sense & Sensibility

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A Very British Romace with Lucy Worsley, Part 1

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Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Six

Childsplay: A Story of Fiddlers, Fiddles, and On Story a Fiddle Maker

bookclub@KET Lincoln of Kentucky

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Strange Love of Martha Ivers

Great Conversations: David McCraw & Chuck Rosenberg

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Kentucky Tonight

No Passport Required: Las Vegas

Independent Lens: Cooked: Survival by Zip Code

Legislative Update

BBC World News

Antiques Roadshow: Bonanzaville Hour 3

Poison Squad: American Experience

Wild Travels

100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations

At Leisure’s Edge: A Journey Through Kentucky’s Historic Black Parks

Kentucky Muse: Ed McClanahan

Kentucky Afield

Finding Your Roots: Slave Trade

American Experience: The Fight

Frontline: Battle for Hong Kong

Legislative Update

BBC World News

Song of the Mountains: Bella Raye / Robert Lester / The Band J4

800 Words

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Staring Down the Barrel

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

The Everlasting Stream

Fostering Family: A KET Forum

Downstream

Nature: Wild Florida

Nova: Dog Tales

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Borneo Dark Shadow

Legislative Update

A Very British Romace with Lucy Worsley, Part 1

Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Six

Vienna Blood: Episode Four

No Passport Required: Houston

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: 1997 Holiday Program

The Everlasting Stream

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Bonanzaville Hour 3

Doc Martin: The Practice Around the Corner

Father Brown: The Demise of the Debutante

Legislative Update

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Borneo Dark Shadow

Music Voyager: Bare Feet with Mystical Cappadocia Mickela Mallozzi

Main Street: More Than Just a Place

Appalshop@40 Classics from the Collection: Big Lever

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Comment on Kentucky

Legislative Update

Washington Week

Doc Martin: The Practice Around the Corner

Kentucky Life

Kentucky Afield

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BBC World News

Jubilee: Ryan Cavanaugh & No Mans Land/ Hazel Johnson Band BBC World News

Country Music: Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way? (1973 -1983)

Run That by Me Again

To Be Announced

Kentucky Music: Brett WoodSongs: Lee Roy Parnell and Samantha Ratliff Fish

FE B R U A RY 2020

Conversations with Champions: Tom Jurich

Connections: Sabrina Kentucky Tonight Butler and Kate Miller

Comment on Kentucky Comment on Kentucky

Connections

Movie Classics: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

A Very British Romace with Lucy Worsley, Part 1 12 VISION S

Connections

Movie Classics: And Justice for All

Distinguished Kentuckian: Barry Bingham Sr. Reel Visions

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A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Staring Down the Barrel

Country Music: Will the Circle Be Unbroken? (1968 -1972)

The This Old House Hour: Paradise: No Pain Finding Your Roots: Slave Trade No Gain; Indoor Garden, Fireplace Hearth

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Vienna Blood: Episode Four

Scully/The World Show: Generic Offer

WoodSongs: Lee Roy Parnell and Samantha Fish Austin City Limits: Brandi Carlile

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Demise of the Debutante

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere: The Jubilee: Ryan Cavanaugh & No Mans Land/ Jenkins Twins Hazel Johnson Band

American Experience – The Fight


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 9 SUNDAY

8/7 pm A Very British Romance with Lucy Worsley, Part 1 Lucy Worsley delves into the history of romance to uncover the forces shaping our notions of "happily ever after" and how our feelings have been affected by social, political and cultural ideas. 9/8 pm Sanditon on Masterpiece Episode Six Charlotte and Sidney comb the London underworld to find Miss Lambe. Tom tries to save Sanditon and his marriage, and Edward and Clara hatch a plot to seize Lady Denham’s legacy. 10/9 pm Vienna Blood Episode Four A murder investigation draws Max and Oskar into the sphere of nationalistic groups.

10 MONDAY

9/8 pm No Passport Required Las Vegas Explore Las Vegas and its deeprooted Chinese community, from the Strip’s neon-lit casinos to modest shopping malls. 10/9 pm Independent Lens Cooked: Survival by Zip Code Revisit the shocking and often-forgotten impacts of a deadly heatwave that overtook Chicago in 1995, killing 739 residents, most of them poor, elderly and African American.

11 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Finding Your Roots Slave Trade Film director Ava DuVernay, actor S. Epatha Merkerson, and musician Questlove learn about the unexpected places where their ancestors were scattered by slavery, upending their notions of African American history.

Nature – Wild Florida

9/8 pm American Experience The Fight Tells the intertwined stories of boxers Max Schmeling of Germany and Joe Louis of the United States, culminating in what was arguably the most politicized sporting event in history: the 1938 heavyweight championship of the world.

12 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature Wild Florida A growing human population and abandoned exotic pets like pythons are threatening Florida’s ecosystems. 9/8 pm Nova Dog Tales Dogs have long been dependable companions, but it wasn’t always that way. Researchers reveal how humans tamed fearsome canines over tens of thousands of years and how their intelligence and behaviors made them indispensable companions. 10/9 pm Expedition with Steve Backshall Borneo - Dark Shadow Follow Steve Backshall as he drops down a sinkhole to explore a series of underground Bornean caves threatened by deforestation and limestone quarrying.

13 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Bonanzaville Hour 3 Appraisals at Bonanzaville include a 1919 Babe Ruth Home Run Record award, an 1876 Centennial Exhibition sketchbook, and a mother-of-pearl button suit. 9/8 pm Doc Martin The Practice Around the Corner Mrs. Tishell returns to the village. Martin has to work out what is wrong with beachcomber Lorna.

10/9 pm Father Brown The Demise of the Debutante Father Brown uncovers secrets, hypocrisy, and murder at a finishing school for young ladies.

14 FRIDAY

9:30/8:30 pm Country Music Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way? (1973 -1983) Witness a vibrant era in country music, with Dolly Parton finding mainstream success; Hank Williams, Jr. and Rosanne Cash emerging from their famous fathers’ shadows; and Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings launching the “Outlaw” movement.

15 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Julia Chinn was the common-law wife of a U.S. vice president, while still a slave; bestselling author Barbara Kingsolver reminisces about her Kentucky childhood; Louisville artist Enid Yandell broke the mold for women sculptors; presidential widow Mary Todd Lincoln struggled to prove her sanity. 9/8 pm Movie Classics Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner A couple’s attitudes are challenged when their daughter introduces them to her African-American fiance. Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, and Katharine Hepburn star (1967). 11/10 pm Austin City Limits Brandi Carlile The Seattle singer-songwriter performs highlights from her critically lauded album By the Way, I Forgive You.

Austin City Limits – Brandi Carlile

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A Very British Romace with Lucy Worsley, Part 2

Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Seven

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - New Adventures

Vienna Blood: Episode Five

16 SUN

Country Music: Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way? (1973 -1983)

17 MON

No Passport Required: Boston

Independent Lens: We Believe in Dinosaurs

Antiques Roadshow: Crocker Art Museum Hour 1

Fight: American Experience

More or Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg

Eight Acres of History: Lexington’s African Cemetery No. 2

Kentucky Muse: Harry Dean Stanton: Crossing Mulholland

Kentucky Afield

Finding Your Roots: Italian Roots

Frontline: Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos

Song of the Mountains: Jeff Little Trio with Wayne Henderson

800 Words

More Than Child’s Play: Why Physical Activity Matters

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Smash-Up: Story of a Woman; Cops with Buster Keaton (short) Kentucky Tonight

18 T UE 19 WE D 20 THU 21 FR I 22 SAT

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Connections: Aaron Thompson

On Story

bookclub@KET

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule BBC World News

Wild Travels

100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations

Conversations with Champions: D. Wayne Lukas Legislative Update

BBC World News

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - New Adventures

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

Olmsted in Louisville

My Ancestral Kentucky Home

Kentucky Tonight

Nature: The Mighty Weasel

Nova: Cat Tales

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Bhutan White Water

Legislative Update

A Very British Romace with Lucy Worsley, Part 2

Sanditon on Masterpiece: Episode Seven

Vienna Blood: Episode Five

No Passport Required: Philadelphia

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Diverse Cultures

More Than Child’s Play: Why Physical Activity Matters

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Crocker Art Museum Hour 1

Doc Martin: Hazardous Exposure

Father Brown: The Darkest Noon

Legislative Update

The This Old House Hour

Finding Your Roots: Italian Roots

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Bhutan White Water

Music Voyager: Bare Feet with Aegean Beats of Turkey Mickela Mallozzi

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Pleasant Hill

Comment on Kentucky

Legislative Update

Washington Week

Movie Classics: Sense & Sensibility

Distinguished Kentuckian: John Jacob Niles

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: The Guns of Navarone

Kentucky Afield

Run That by Me Again

Ray Stevens CabaRay To Be Announced Nashville

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: Chris Stills and Abbie Gardner

Kentucky Music: John P. Rodgers

FE B R U A RY 2020

Connections

Connections: Dr. Janet Taylor

Connections: Djuan Trent

To Be Announced

BBC World News

Jubilee: Sydni Perry and Cafe Blue BBC World News

Appalshop@40 Classics from the Collection: Coalmining Women/In Ya Blood

Country Music: Don’t Get Above Your Raisin’ (1984 -1996)

Doc Martin: Hazardous Exposure

No Passport Required 14 VISION S

Workin’ Man Blues

BBC World News Comment on Kentucky

Scully/The World Show: Generic Offer

Comment on Kentucky

Connections: Hasan Davis

WoodSongs: Aubrey Logan and Gaelynn Lea

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Darkest Noon

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere: William Matheny

Jubilee: Rockin’ Acoustic Circus

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

Independent Lens – We Believe in Dinosaurs


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 16 SUNDAY

8/7 pm A Very British Romance with Lucy Worsley, Part 2 Lucy Worsley delves into the history of romance to uncover the forces shaping our notions of "happily ever after" and how our feelings have been affected by social, political and cultural ideas. 9/8 pm Sanditon on Masterpiece Episode Seven With the approach of Sanditon’s regatta, the success of the resort hangs in the balance - as do various romances. 10/9 pm Vienna Blood Episode Five Max and Oskar investigate a military school with barbaric traditions hidden from the outside world. 11/10 pm A Place to Call Home Season 6 - New Adventures George tries to comfort Sarah through her crisis, but she pushes him away. With his future at the hospital in question, Jack brings Dr. Burton a proposition, and Doris distances herself from the Blighs after seeing Henry and Harry together.

17 MONDAY

9/8 pm No Passport Required Boston Chef Marcus Samuelsson learns about the Portuguese, Brazilian and Cape Verdean diasporas in Boston. 10/9 pm Independent Lens We Believe in Dinosaurs Learn about the building of a $120 million Noah’s Ark exhibit, backed by the Creation Museum in Williamstown, Kentucky.

Finding Your Roots – Italian Roots

18 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Finding Your Roots Italian Roots Discover the Italian roots of talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel, Marisa Tomei, and John Turturro, whose ancestors made immense sacrifices to bring their families from Italy to America.

19 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature The Mighty Weasel Follow the adventures of a first-time weasel mom, fearless honey badger, and a tiny orphan weasel. Do these critters deserve their bad reputation? 9/8 pm Nova Cat Tales Cats can be perplexing pets. As cuddly and playful as they are aloof and uncaring, cats beg the question: Did humans ever really domesticate felines? And what more can science tell us about a relationship that predates history? 10/9 pm Expedition with Steve Backshall Bhutan - White Water Join Steve Backshall in the foothills of the Himalaya, where he plans to kayak the last unrun river in Bhutan, which runs through the country’s steepest gorge.

20 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Crocker Art Museum Hour 1 Appraisals at Crocker Art Museum include a 1934 Babes in Toyland stop-motion soldiers, a signed Joe DiMaggio game-used bat, and a Reinhold Riel silver etrog box.

9/8 pm Doc Martin Hazardous Exposure Martin’s mother returns to Portwenn with some interesting news. Penhale spreads pandemonium throughout the village at the drop of the word “asbestos” and Bert has a question for Jennifer. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Darkest Noon A man is found dead in St. Mary’s graveyard and both Father Brown and Inspector Mallory have disappeared without a trace.

21 FRIDAY

9:30/8:30 pm Country Music Don’t Get Above Your Raisin’ (1984 -1996) Learn how “New Traditionalists” like George Strait, Randy Travis, and the Judds help country music stay true to its roots.

22 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life At Shaker Village, a musician discovers an extraordinary family tie; a national trail honors Kentucky’s leading suffragists; Marshall County’s Hoop Fest is a highlight of the high school hardcourt season; Broadway playwright and director George C. Wolfe is honored in his hometown of Frankfort, and reflects on his childhood experiences. 9/8 pm Movie Classics The Guns of Navarone A British team is sent to cross occupied Greek territory and destroy the massive German gun emplacement that commands a key sea channel. David Niven, Gregory Peck, and Anthony Quinn (1961).

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Skeletons of the Mary Rose

Sanditon on Masterpiece: Finale

Vienna Blood: Season Finale

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Autumn Affairs

23 SUN

Country Music: Don’t Get Above Your Raisin’ (1984 -1996)

1964: The Fight for a Right

On Story

bookclub@KET Affrilachia

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Sundown and A String of Beads

Great Conversations: Michio Kaku and James Canton

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

24 MON

Kentucky Tonight

Undiagnosed: The Diabetes Epidemic

Independent Lens: Always in Season

Antiques Roadshow: Crocker Art Museum Hour 2

The Secret of Tuxedo Park: American Experience: Secret of Tuxedo Park

More or Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg

Black Guides of Mammoth Cave

Kentucky Muse: Tin Can Buddha: Shades of Blue

Kentucky Afield

Finding Your Roots: Criminal Kind

Miles Davis: American Masters

25 T UE 26 WE D 27 THU 28 FR I 29 SAT

Conversations with Champions: Julian Tackett Legislative Update

BBC World News Overheard with Evan Smith

A Place to Call Home: Season 6 - Autumn Affairs

The Future of America’s Past

The Feuds of Bloody Breathitt: Kentucky’s Untold Story

Shakertown: Into a More Perfect Order

Rock Bottom Redemption

Kentucky Tonight

Nature: Arctic Wolf Pack

Nova: Sleep

Expedition with Steve Backshall: Suriname - Lost World

Legislative Update

Skeletons of the Mary Rose

Sanditon on Masterpiece: Finale

Vienna Blood: Season Finale

No Passport Required: Las Vegas

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Bluegrass Royalty

The Feuds of Bloody Breathitt: Kentucky’s Untold Story

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Crocker Art Museum Hour 2

Doc Martin: Listen with Mother

Father Brown: The Sacrifice of Tantalus

Legislative Update

BBC World News

The This Old House Hour: Westerly Rockin’ the Granite; Cable Railing, Painting Shutters

Finding Your Roots: Criminal Kind

Expedition with Steve Backshall

Music Voyager: Florida

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Quest for the Perfect Bourbon

Appalshop@40 Classics from the Collection: Hand Carved

Comment on Kentucky

Legislative Update

Washington Week

Connections: Ted Strader - COPES

Movie Classics: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

Distinguished Kentuckian: Adolph Rupp

Reel Visions

Run That by Me Again

Comment on Kentucky

Connections: Rape Culture

Kentucky Life Anniversary Special: 25 Years on the Road

Great Performances: An Intimate Evening with David Foster

FE B R U A RY 2020

Bluegrass Underground

Scully/The World Show: Generic Offer

Connections: Mental WoodSongs: Chris Stills and Abbie Gardner Health Courts

Rick Steves' Facism in Europe

Woodsongs: Chris Stills And Abbie Gardner

BBC World News

Comment on Kentucky

The Best of Celtic Woman

Kentucky Music

BBC World News

Connections: Colene Jubilee: Rockin’ Acoustic Circus Elridge

Country Music: Live at the Ryman, a Concert Celebrating the Film by Ken Burns

Doc Martin: Listen with Mother

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

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Wild Travels

Song of the Mountains: Brandon Lee Adams 800 Words / The Gravy Boys

Nature – Arctic Wolf Pack 16 VISION S

Connections: Prison Reform In Kentucky

Legislative Update

Keto Diet with Dr. Josh Axe

Music Anywhere

ADD And Loving It?! Jubilee: Rockin' Acoustic Circus

Nova – Mysteries of Sleep


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 23 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Skeletons of the Mary Rose In this fascinating history documentary, exclusive access to the skeleton remains of the 500-year-old Mary Rose, Henry VIII's flagship, reveals startling new secrets of this world-famous wreck, and the origins of those who sailed her. 9/8 pm Sanditon on Masterpiece Series Finale Events take an unexpected turn at Sanditon’s Midsummer Ball, leaving Charlotte and the Parker family to face difficult choices. 10/9 pm Vienna Blood Season Finale Suspicion at the military school falls on an elite group of cadets with a penchant for sadism and dangerous games. Solving the case will have a devastating impact on both Oskar and Max’s professional lives.

24 MONDAY

9/8 pm Undiagnosed: The Diabetes Epidemic This documentary examines the alarming number of people with undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, and how health officials throughout Kentucky are working to increase screening rates and connect people with proven lifestyle interventions. 10/9 pm Independent Lens Always in Season A grieving mother embarks on a quest for racial justice after her teenage son’s suspicious death.

25 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Finding Your Roots Criminal Kind Actor Laura Linney and journalists Lisa Ling and Soledad O’Brien explore their roots with stories of tricksters, scoundrels and

Doc Martin – Listen with Mother

outright criminals, who nevertheless laid the groundwork for their success.

sampler, and 1976 & 1977 Roy De Forest mixed-media artwork.

9/8 pm Miles Davis: American Masters Discover the man behind the legend with never-before-seen footage, rare photos and new interviews. Quincy Jones, Carlos Santana, Clive Davis, Wayne Shorter, Marcus Miller, Ron Carter, family members and others discuss the life and career of the cultural icon.

9/8 pm Doc Martin Listen with Mother Martin reluctantly agrees to help Louisa hand out awards at her school’s sports day. Ruth and Margaret have a showdown. Mike has a shady revelation from his past.

26 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature Arctic Wolf Pack At the northern edge of North America is Ellesmere Island, where Arctic winds tear through the tundra. Running through this shifting sea of snow and ice is one of the most hardened predators on the planet, the White Wolf. As the spring melt approaches, these roaming hunters must adapt to being tethered parents and securing food for the pack. 9/8 pm Nova Mysteries of Sleep Why do we need sleep? Scientists are peering more deeply into the sleeping brain than ever before, discovering how powerful sleep can be, playing a role in everything from memory retention and emotional regulation to removing waste from our brains. 10/9 pm Expedition with Steve Backshall Suriname - Lost World Steve travels deep into the untouched jungle, finding animals that have never encountered humans in the Guiana Shield.

27 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Crocker Art Museum Hour 2 Stunning Sacramento finds feature a 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark prototype, a 1788 Elizabeth Shoemaker

28 FRIDAY

9:30/8:30 pm Country Music: Live at the Ryman, a Concert Celebrating the Film by Ken Burns Join a lineup of celebrated artists for a concert celebrating the film by Ken Burns, featuring performances and appearances by Dierks Bentley, Rosanne Cash, Rhiannon Giddens, Vince Gill, Kathy Mattea, Marty Stuart, Dwight Yoakam, and more.

29 SATURDAY

8/7 pm The Best of Celtic Woman Join Celtic Woman - the most successful allfemale group in Irish history - in celebrating the magical moments from specials filmed over the last 15 years. Performances include: "Amazing Grace," "Danny Boy," "You Raise Me Up," and many more! 9:30/8:30 pm Rick Steves’ Fascism In Europe Rick Steves travels back a century to learn how fascism rose and then fell in Europe. He traces fascism's history from its roots in the aftermath of World War I to the rise of totalitarian societies. He visits poignant sites throughout Europe relating to fascism and talks with Europeans whose families lived through those times.

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Wai Lana Yoga

Body Electric

Happy Yoga with Sarah Starr Wai Lana Yoga

6:30/5:30

Dinosaur Train

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Sit and Be Fit

7:00/6:00

Sesame Street

Curious George

Curious George

7:30/6:30

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Nature Cat

8:00/7:00

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SATURDAY

Body Electric

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Yoga in Practice

Dinosaur Train

Curious George

Curious George

Curious George (7,14,28)/ Odd Squad: Odd Beginnings Sesame Street (21)

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat (7,14,28)

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Wild Kratts (3,10,24))/ Odd Squad: Odd Beginnings (17) Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

8:30/7:30

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali (3,10,24)

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

9:00/8:00

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

9:30/8:30

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

10:00/9:00

Nature Cat

TF Paint This with Jerry Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Yarnell (1,8,15,22)/ Best of the Joy of Painting: Special Edition (29)

10:30/9:30

Wild Kratts

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Clifford the Big Red Dog

11:00/10:00

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

11:30/10:30

Washington Week

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

12:00/11:00

Connections

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Home (1,8,15,22)/ Longevity Paradox with Steven Gundry, MD (29)

12:30/11:30

Kentucky Health

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

Garden Smart (1,8,15,22)

1:00/12:00

Comment on Kentucky

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

1:30/12:30

Kentucky Collectibles

Splash & Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Rudy Maxa's World (1,8,15,22)

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Farmer and the Foodie (1,8,15,22)

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Lidia’s Kitchen (1,8,15,22)

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

TF Martha Bakes (1,8,15,22)/ Wild Kratts (7,14,28)/ Odd Squad: Odd Beginnings (21) Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (29)

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali (7,14,28)

America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated (1,8,15,22)

TF The Best of Sewing with Nancy (1,8,15,22)/ Rick Steves' Heart of Italy (29)

Chronicles: Kentucky History Magazine (1)/ Festival of Champions at Murray State University (8)/ Rick Steves' Europe (15,22) TF Samantha Brown's Places to Love (15,22)/ Magic Moments - The Best of 50's Pop (My Music) (29)

800 Words

2:30/1:30

3:30/2:30

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting (1,8,15,22)

TF P. Allen Smith's Garden

2:00/1:00

3:00/2:00

The Best of The Joy of Painting (1,8,15,22)

The Great British Baking Show

4:00/3:00

Kentucky Life

Molly of Denali

4:30/3:30

Kentucky Afield

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum (3,10,24)/ Odd Squad: Odd Beginnings (17) Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Cook's Country (1,8,15,22)

Odd Squad (3,10,24)

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Antiques Roadshow (1,8,15,22)

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Lawrence Welk: God Bless America (29)

5:00/4:00 The This Old House Hour

5:30/4:30 6:00/5:00

Last of the Summer Wine

Comment on Kentucky

Kentucky Collectibles

Connections

Kentucky Life

Kentucky Health

6:30/5:30

Keeping Up Appearances

BBC World News America

BBC World News America

BBC World News America

BBC World News America

BBC World News America

To Be Announced

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

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SATURDAY Great Decisions in Foreign Policy

6:00/5:00

Focus on Europe

6:30/5:30

Playing by the Rules: Ethics at Work

7:00/6:00

Overheard with Evan Smith

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

7:30/6:30

Wai Lana Yoga

Sit and Be Fit

Sit and Be Fit

Sit and Be Fit

Sit and Be Fit

Sit and Be Fit

(1,8,15,22)/ Longevity Paradox with Steven Gundry, MD (29)

8:00/7:00

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Body Electric

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Body Electric

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Body Electric

Classical Stretch by Essentrics (1,8,15,22)

8:30/7:30

On Story

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick (1)

9:00/8:00

Creative Living

The Best of The Joy of Painting

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

It's Sew Easy

Quilting Arts

Beads, Baubles and Jewels

9:30/8:30

Make It Artsy

Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer

Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting

Fit 2 Stitch

Fresh Quilting

Knit and Crochet Now

10:00/9:00

Expeditions with Patrick McMillan

Beyond Your Backyard

Today's Wild West

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa

Travels with Darley

10:30/9:30

Two for the Road

Samantha Brown's Places to In the Americas with David Love Yetman

Rick Steves' Europe

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

11:00/10:00

Rick Steves' Europe

Daytripper

Travels with Darley

Journeys in Japan

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Tennessee Wild Side

11:30/10:30

Growing a Greener World

Changing Seas

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Garden Smart

Growing a Greener World

America's Heartland

Home (1,8,15,22)/ Dr. Fuhrman's Food as Medicine (29)

12:00/11:00

New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton

Around the Farm Table

Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

Ciao Italia

Food Over 50

Mike Colameco's Real Food

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated (1,8,15,22)

12:30/11:30

Cook's Country

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

A Chef's Life

Joanne Weir's Plates and Places

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Pati's Mexican Table

My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas (1,8,15,22)

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

Steve Raichlen's Project Smoke

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

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Amanpour and Company

Amanpour and Company

Amanpour and Company

Amanpour and Company

Amanpour and Company Comment on Kentucky Washington Week

TF Wai Lana Yoga

TF Paint This with Jerry

Yarnell (1,8,15,22)/ Mister Rogers: It's You I Like (29) Painting with Wilson Bickford (1,8,15,22)

Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg (1,8)/ Weekends with Yankee (15,22) TF Today's Wild West Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope (1,8,15,22)/ Aging Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White (29) Born to Explore with Richard Wiese (1,8,15,22)

TF P. Allen Smith's Garden

The Great British Baking Show

The Great British Baking Show

Lidia's Kitchen

TF Sara's Weeknight Meals

(1,8,15,22)/ Julia Child: Best Bites (29)

Simply Ming

Martha Bakes (1,8,15,22) Family Travel with Colleen Kelly (1,8,15,22)

2:00/1:00

Last of the Summer Wine

Kentucky Health

Wider World

Second Opinion

Stories of the Mind

Innovations in Medicine

2:30/1:30

Keeping Up Appearances (2,9)

Beyond Your Backyard

Today's Wild West

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa

Travels with Darley

3:00/2:00

As Time Goes By

Samantha Brown's Places to In the Americas with David Love Yetman

Rick Steves' Europe

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Today's Wild West (1,8,15,22)

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Still Open All Hours

Daytripper

Travels with Darley

Journeys in Japan

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Tennessee Wild Side

Wild Travels (1,8,15,22)

The American Woodshop

This Old House

The Woodwright's Shop

Woodsmith Shop

This Old House

MotorWeek (1,8,15,22)

Garage with Steve Butler

Ask This Old House

Classic Woodworking

Kentucky Afield

Ask This Old House

Around the Farm Table

Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

Ciao Italia

Food Over 50

Mike Colameco's Real Food

PBS NewsHour Weekend (1,8,15,22)

A Chef's Life

Joanne Weir's Plates and Places

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Pati's Mexican Table

Bluegrass and Backroads (1,8,15,22)

Lidia's Kitchen

Nature (1,8,15,22)

Simply Ming

TF Great Performances (29)

Finding Your Roots

Classic Gospel (1,8,15,22)

4:00/3:00

TF Travel Detective with Peter

Doc Martin

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PBS NewsHour Weekend

5:30/4:30

Feast with Fine Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Moveable Cooking

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6:30/5:30

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America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

Test Kitchen from Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen America's Cook's Illustrated

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Steve Raichlen's Project Smoke

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History Detectives

To Be Announced

Kentucky Life NOVA

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Kentucky Collectibles

The Great British Baking Show

Greenberg (1,8)/ Weekends with Yankee (15,22)/ Brain Fitness Program (29)

TF Legends of Airpower

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Remembering Carroll Spinney, puppeteer for Big Bird

KET’s primary channel, along with the KET PBS KIDS channel, is now available for around-the-clock live streaming at KET.org/live and through the KET app for Apple and Android devices. Additionally, both channels are now on YouTube TV, the subscription-based streaming service.

Carroll Spinney, the actor and puppeteer who portrayed Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street for more than five decades, died on December 8 at the age of 85. Spinney originally modeled Big Bird’s personality after that of a six-year-old child, and the voice of Oscar the Grouch was borrowed from a New York City cab driver.

Three communities awarded minigrants for STEM-based activities KET recently distributed mini-grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s Ready To Learn initiative to the Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center in Johnson County; a consortium of family resource centers in Jefferson County; and the Floyd County Early Childhood Council. The grants help fund camps and workshops that introduce children and their caregivers to STEMbased concepts and other fun science activities to help promote early childhood learning.

KET helps make PBS Digital Studios content for the classroom

Consider KET when doing your estate planning Your estate can also be used to support charitable causes that matter most to you, such as the quality programs and educational services offered to your community by KET. Make a promise to future generations that outstanding public media will always be there to educate, entertain and inform. Contact Katelyn Lincoln, director of philanthropy, at (859) 258-7206 or klincoln@ket.org to learn more and to request your free personal estate planning guide.

KET, in partnership with PBS Digital Studios, is creating lesson and activity plans and other teaching aids for the online music series Sound Field. Aimed at children and teenagers, Sound Field explores music theory, history, contemporary songwriting and more. The series can be watched on PBS LearningMedia and on KET.org.

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The state is being held up by the “strength” of the children. Leaves help further support the idea of life and growth.

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KET’s Northern Kentucky Regional Fund Board honored Jack and Phyllis Moreland for their leadership and service to KET, the education system, and the Northern Kentucky community at the 12th annual Martinis & Mistletoe event in December in Covington.

Tara Haynes, a teacher with the Pine Mountain Settlement School in Bledsoe, recently presented a session at the National Association for the Education of Young Children conference in Nashville. Haynes, a 2018 PBS KIDS Early Learning Champion, documented her summer trip to Alaska where she helped celebrate the launch of the new PBS KIDS series Molly of Denali.

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What can be done to counter the rise of diabetes in Kentucky?

Nearly half of Kentucky adults have either diabetes or prediabetes. But far too many don’t know it. In a new documentary, KET shines a light on the alarming numbers of people with undiagnosed diabetes or prediabetes and shows how Kentuckians are working to reduce those rates. Currently, more than 30 million people nationwide have diabetes and 84 million have prediabetes, meaning that their blood sugar is higher than normal. Type 2 diabetes, often linked to diet, exercise, genetics, and other factors, account for about 90 percent of all diabetes cases. And health officials say they’re worried to be seeing type 2 diabetes in increasingly younger patients. But there is room for hope: With lifestyle changes and proper care and support, diabetes can be managed and, in

some cases, prevented or delayed, health officials say. A studio discussion will follow the 30-minute documentary, hosted by Dr. Wayne Tuckson of Kentucky Health. The program was funded in part by a grant from the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.

Undiagnosed: The Diabetes Epidemic KET Monday, Feb. 24 • 9/8 pm

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(during regular sessions) KET Mondays-Thursdays • 11/10 pm KET Fridays • 8:30/7:30 pm

KENTUCKY TONIGHT

Legislators and guests discuss policy with host Renee Shaw KET Mondays • 8/7 pm

COMMENT ON KENTUCKY

Host Bill Bryant and journalists explore the week’s top stories KET Fridays • 8/7 pm


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Cyberchase

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The Cat in the Hat

7:00/6:00 am

Arthur

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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