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oa Green, the owner of Crank & Boom Ice Cream in Lexington, had an uncommon Kentucky childhood. Her parents, both Thailand émigrés, worked aroundthe-clock running a Thai restaurant in Frankfort. And they conversed with Green and her sister in Thai, wanting their daughters to learn the family’s native language. Green picked up her second language — English — largely as a result of watching KET. “I credit both Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood and Sesame Street for teaching me English,” she says. “I’d watch all the time, and I really loved how those programs would visit new places. This was long before YouTube, so this was one of the few ways to see the world.” At school, as one of the lone Asian students, Green acknowledges she sometimes “felt like the odd-kid out.” But she had her favorite routines that helped her grow more comfortable with her place in the world — one of which was watching Fred Rogers on Mister Rogers’

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restaurant. After experimenting with Neighborhood, whose welcoming various flavors, she and her husband demeanor, she says, was a continual created Crank & Boom Ice Cream source of reassurance in her life. in 2013. Nowadays, the company “Mister Rogers was my best routinely draws national attention, friend,” Green said. “He was a solace earning rave reviews from the likes for me when I didn’t know what was of the Cooking Channel, People going on in the rest of the world.” Magazine and Southern Living Having spent much of her magazine. youth in a restaurant, And though her Green says it was life has changed only natural that “KET had always dramatically, she tried to Green still put the food been a staple in my life, starts each industry so now it’s amazing to day with behind her KET, joining when she see it become part of my set off for children’s lives as well. I just her two children each college. think KET’s storytelling is morning for But as the their favorite years passed, so vitally important.” program, something Daniel Tiger’s shifted. She’d Neighborhood, while phone home only they get ready for the day. to hear that everyone was “I love that my life with KET has sitting down to a home-cooked Thai come full circle,” Green says. “KET dinner, and she’d be overcome by had always been a staple in my life, nostalgia. so now it’s amazing to see it become Eventually, the pull grew too part of my children’s lives as well.” strong. She and her husband, Mike, “I just think KET’s storytelling teamed up with Green’s parents to is so vitally important,” Green adds. open a restaurant, Thai Orchid Cafe “It gives you insight into other in Lexington. It was there that Green people. And that helps us learn about first began making small batches of and understand one another — and what was a dessert staple back in hopefully create a more cohesive Thailand — coconut ice cream. community.” It quickly became a hit at the

At press time, the COVID -19 outbreak had just been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. I can only hope that things have not gotten significantly worse in the few weeks since then. As your public television network and the only media reaching every part of the Commonwealth, we want to assure you that we are committed to serving Kentucky communities by delivering updates on this coronavirus along with other important public health information. Staying informed is critical. Tune in to Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update on Fridays at 8:30/7:30 pm on KET and KET.org/live, where Dr. Wayne Tuckson will provide up-to-date coronavirus information pertaining to Kentucky. Also, if you haven’t already done so, I encourage you to watch our recent Coronavirus: A KET Forum. It contains many helpful tips and answers to your questions. And please heed the current guidance of the CDC and state and local health departments. We sincerely wish everyone well.

Shae Hopkins

KET Executive Director and CEO

OFFICIAL STATE CONTACT INFORMATION kycovid19.ky.gov (800) 722-5725

For the latest resources from KET, including Coronavirus: A KET Forum, visit KET.org/coronavirus.


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presents World on Fire, a new seven-part series from Masterpiece, set during the opening year of World War II. The story follows the intertwining fates of ordinary people grappling with the effects of the war. It’s a gripping and emotional drama, one featuring an all-star cast that includes Academy Award®-winner Helen Hunt (Mad About You), Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) and Lesley Manville (Phantom Thread). The story begins in England, where Douglas Bennett (Bean), a WWI veteran who’s since

turned to pacifism, watches in vain as his country enters the war and his children are pulled into its vortex. Helen Hunt is an American broadcaster, reporting from Warsaw and Berlin, who’s trying to uncover the truth about the Nazi regime. She befriends Harry Chase, the love interest of Bennett’s daughter, and gives him a momentous piece of advice just as Nazi troops converge on the city, leaving no mistake that everything is about to change.

CAN’T WAIT FOR MORE? Stream the entire six-episode series of World on Fire starting the night of the premiere on KET Passport.

ALSO NEW THIS MONTH! Baptiste on Masterpiece Julien Baptiste, the French detective from The Missing, returns in this spinoff crime drama set in Amsterdam that has Baptiste once again investigating the case of a missing girl. The girl’s disappearance appears to be tied to a Romanian sex trafficking ring, but Baptiste soon realizes there’s more to the case than meets the eye. Who is the mysterious figure following his wife? And why is everyone so reluctant to even talk about the missing girl?

KET Premieres Sunday, April 12 • 10/9 pm KET2 Premieres Wednesday, April 15 • 10/9 pm

World on Fire on Masterpiece KET Premieres Sunday, April 5 • 9/8 pm KET2 Premieres Wednesday, April 8 • 9/8 pm

MASTERPIECE FAVORITES ON KET PASSPORT Revisit your favorite Masterpiece programs or dive into a new one with your member benefit KET Passport. Learn more at KET.org/passport.

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5 The Windermere Children KET Sunday, April 5 • 10/9 pm KET2 Wednesday, April 8 • 10/9 pm At the end of World War II, the British government brought 300 children, all survivors of the Nazi Holocaust, to Lake Windermere in hopes that, surrounded by nature, they might recover. Oscar Friedmann, a German-born psychoanalyst, is charged with the enormous task of helping them rehabilitate. What follows is a stark and ultimately redemptive story about the bonds the children make with one another, and how their friendships furnish a lifeline to a more promising future.

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7 The Gene: An Intimate History KET Tuesday, April 7 & 14 • 8/7 pm KET2 Monday, April 13 & 20 • 9/8 pm This two-part documentary, presented by Ken Burns, weaves together science, history and personal stories for a biography of the human genome. Based on Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee’s best-seller on how genes impact heredity, disease and behavior, the series documents the historical search for the human genome and the promise of modern research — as well as the complex ethical questions raised by these advancements.

8 Nature: Remarkable Rabbits KET Wednesday, April 8 • 8/7 pm KET2 Saturday, April 11 • 6/5 pm There are more than 100 kinds of domestic and wild rabbits and hares — from snowshoe hares to Flemish giants. Despite their remarkable ability to reproduce and survive in ever-changing environments, many wild rabbits are in danger of being eradicated. See how scientists are working in the field to save these species.


15 Blood Sugar Rising KET Wednesday, April 15 • 9/8 pm KET2 Monday, April 27 • 9/8 pm Diabetes is a hidden epidemic that affects over 100 million Americans, costing $325 billion each year. It’s now predicted that one in three children born since 2000 will develop the disease. This documentary puts a human face to the statistics, presenting personal stories that showcase the struggles of living with the illness and reveal hope for better management and prevention in the future.

22 H2O: The Molecule That Made Us KET Wednesday, April 22 & 29 • 9/8 pm KET2 Thursday, April 30 & May 7 • 10/9 pm This three-part series explores just how critical water is to our survival and the challenges that face us. It tells the story of how our success as a species is intimately connected to our control of this simple molecule. But the growth of our civilization has created a dangerous dependence on this precious resource — one that ultimately could run out.

28 Secrets of the Dead: Building Notre Dame KET Tuesday, April 28 • 10/9 pm KET2 Wednesday, April 29 • 12 am/11 pm Follow an investigation into the centuries-long construction of Notre Dame de Paris, uncovering the vast architectural, technical, and human challenges that played out during the turbulent history of one of the world’s most celebrated buildings.

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Call the Midwife: Episode One

29 SUN

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

30 MON

Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song

Somewhere South: American as Hand Pie

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

Great Conversations: Admiral James Stavridis and Melissa Block

Kentucky Tonight

Independent Lens: One Child Nation

Perseus Survivor

1 WE D 2 THU 3 FR I 4 SAT

Kentucky Time Capsule BBC World News

Wild Travels

Seeing Canada: Lake Louise & Niagara Falls

Kentucky Muse: Kentucky Chautauqua

Kentucky Afield: Spring Turkey Call-In

Conversations with Champions: Paul Rogers

Finding Your Roots: Beyond the Pale

American Experience: The Polio Crusade

Frontline: Plastic Wars

Legislative Update

BBC World News

Song of the Mountains: Lonesome River Band

Shakespeare & Hathaway-Private Investigators: The Promised End

The Victim

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

Kentucky to the World: Finis “KY” White

Redeeming Uncle Tom: The Josiah Henson Story

A Kentucky Treasure: Connections: Elaine A Center for All Chao

Kentucky Tonight

Nature: Cuba’s Wild Revolution

Nova: Cuba’s Cancer Hope

Earth’s Sacred Wonders: Closer to the Divine Legislative Update

Call the Midwife: Episode One

Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song

Niall Ferguson’s Networld: Networld War

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Ballads and Blues

Kentucky to the World: Finis “KY” White

Jubilee: Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out/ Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers

Kentucky Life

Connections

Antiques Roadshow: Desert Botanical Garden Doc Martin: It’s Good to Talk Hour 2

Father Brown: The Honourable Thief

The This Old House Hour: Cape Ann Between Finding Your Roots: This Land Is My Land a Rock and Hardwood; Custom Screen Door

Voyager: Earth’s Sacred Wonders: Closer to the Divine Music Tokyo

Kentucky Afield: Spring Turkey Call-In

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Comment on Kentucky

Washington Week

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Movie Classics: The Natural

Distinguished Kentuckian: Father Ralph Beiting

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: The 39 Steps

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Music: Kentucky Wild Horse WoodSongs

Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song A PR I L 2020

Lessons in Compromise

Somewhere South: Porridge for the Soul

Doc Martin: It’s Good to Talk

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

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A Force for Nature: Lucy Braun

Ray Stevens CabaRay Variety Studio: Actors Last of the Summer Nashville on Actors Wine

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The Victim bookclub@KET Kentuckiana

Heartland Local Food

Antiques Roadshow: Desert Botanical Garden East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story Hour 2

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The Inn at Little Washington: A Delicious Documentary

Toying with Still Life

Run That by Me Again

Keeping Up Appearances

BBC World News

BBC World News

Kentucky Life Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Connections: Dorothy Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Edwards; Diane Fleet Harriette Arnow/Ourselves and That Promise Dishing with Julia Child: Dishing with Julia The Whole Fish Story Child: The Good Loaf BBC World News Comment on Kentucky

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Connections: Kendell WoodSongs: The Blind Boys of Alabama Nash - ECHO Variety Studio: Actors Austin City Limits: Patty Griffin; The On Actors Revivalists

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Honourable Thief

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out/ Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers

Independent Lens – One Child Nation


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 29 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Call the Midwife Season Premiere Dr. Turner and Nurse Crane must deal with an alarming outbreak of diphtheria. Fred finds an abandoned baby in a dustbin, and the team must help locate its mother. 9/8 pm Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song Country music icon Garth Brooks receives the 2020 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at an all-star tribute in Washington, D.C. 11:00/10:00 pm Toying with Still Life: The Art of Jonathan Queen Kentucky-born artist Jonathan Queen uses classic toys as metaphors for complex themes in his paintings and public murals, many of which are located in Cincinnati.

9/8 pm American Experience The Polio Crusade Chronicles the decadeslong crusade to eradicate one of the 20th century’s most dreaded diseases.

10/9 pm Father Brown The Honourable Thief When Lady Felicia’s home comes under threat, Father Brown is forced to seek help from an unlikely ally.

10/9 pm Frontline Plastic Wars The fight over the future of plastics is investigated, as the industry expands like never before.

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1 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature Cuba’s Wild Revolution In the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean, Cuba is an island teeming with exotic biodiversity. As international relations thaw, what will become of this wildlife sanctuary? 9/8 pm Nova Cuba’s Cancer Hope Cuba has developed lung cancer vaccines that show so much promise some Americans are defying the embargo and traveling to Cuba for treatment.

30 MONDAY

10/9 pm Earth’s Sacred Wonders Closer to the Divine Travel to Japan, where a Shinto devotee undertakes a grueling challenge at a sacred waterfall.

10/9 pm Independent Lens One Child Nation Filmmaker Nanfu Wang explores the untold history and rippling impact of China’s former one-child policy.

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31 TUESDAY

9/8 pm Doc Martin It’s Good to Talk Martin has decided he will be the one to move out of the Surgery to allow Louisa the space she needs.

9/8 pm Perseus Survivor The story of John Capes, a British Navy stoker who was the only survivor when his submarine was sunk and hid from enemy forces for 18 months before his rescue.

8/7 pm Finding Your Roots Beyond the Pale Jeff Goldblum, radio host Terry Gross, and comedian Marc Maron learn about their Jewish heritage, uncovering previously unknown stories that show how each shares more with their ancestors than a religious tradition.

Toying with Still Life: The Art of Jonathan Queen

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Desert Botanical Garden Hour 2 Interesting items include a Cartier jadeite pendant necklace, Kanye West original artwork, and a 1906 Louis Akin chromolithograph.

9:30/8:30 pm Somewhere South Porridge for the Soul Join Vivian at a dinner honoring pioneering chef Edna Lewis. Vivian gives porridge the royal treatment and learns about African American contributions to Southern cuisine. 10:30/9:30 pm Dishing with Julia Child The Whole Fish Story Jose Andres and Eric Ripert are amazed by Julia Child’s hands-on treatment of a whole fish.

4 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Students call him Mr. Arthur, his friends Jecorey, and his fans 1200 - this educator and rapper brings a love of classical music and a message of social justice to his hometown of Louisville; Kentucky Life remembers the heroes of 9/11 and the tragedy of Flight 5191; and the Beaumont Inn in Harrodsburg stands for community pride, Kentucky tradition, and six generations of family. 8:30/7:30 pm Variety Studio: Actors on Actors Robin Wright (House of Cards) with Chris Pine (I Am the Night); Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon) with Patricia Clarkson (Sharp Objects); Sacha Baron Cohen (Who is America?) with Don Cheadle (Black Monday).

American Experience – The Polio Crusade

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Call the Midwife: Episode Two

5 SUN

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

6 MON

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode One

Somewhere South: Porridge for the Soul

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Great Conversations: Elaine Pagels and Gustav Niebuhr

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Preventing Child Abuse: A KET Forum

Windermere Children: In Their Own Words

Broken Places

BBC World News

Comment on Kentucky

Antiques Roadshow: Treasure Fever

Secrets of the Dead: Ben Franklin’s Bones

American Experience: The Polio Crusade

Wild Travels

Seeing Canada: Western Newfoundland

Great Conversations: Admiral James Stavridis and Melissa Block

Kentucky Muse: Merle Travis: Guitar Man

Kentucky Afield

Conversations with Champions: Derrick Ramsey BBC World News

Kentucky Collectibles

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

Song of the Mountains: The Malpass Brothers

Shakespeare & Hathaway: This Rough Magic The Victim

A Native Presence

A Decade of Difference

Toying with Still Life

Nature: Remarkable Rabbits

Nova: The Truth About Fat

Earth’s Sacred Wonders: Visions of the Divine

Call the Midwife: Episode Two

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode One

Windermere Children

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Salute to American Music

A Native Presence

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Treasure Fever

Doc Martin: Education, Education, Education Father Brown: The Celestial Choir

The This Old House Hour: Cape Ann Losing Our Truss; Ground Wire, Fireplace Doors

Finding Your Roots: Beyond the Pale

Earth’s Sacred Wonders: Visions of the Divine

Music Voyager: Bare Feet with Tohoku: Japan Rising Mickela Mallozzi

Catching a Killer: Colon Cancer

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Beargrass - The Creek Connections: Jay in Our Backyard Williams

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Sourwood Mountain Dulcimers/John Jacob

Comment on Kentucky

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Washington Week

Somewhere South: Dumpling Dilemma

Run That by Me Again

Distinguished Kentuckian: Harry Caudill

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: Fail-Safe

Kentucky Afield

Ray Stevens CabaRay Variety Studio: Actors Last of the Summer Nashville on Actors Wine Lanham Brothers Jamboree

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Frontline: China Undercover

Kentucky Music: John Haywood

A PR I L 2020

Keeping Up Appearances

WoodSongs: Shun Ng; Peter Mulvey

Secrets of the Dead – Ben Franklin’s Bones 10 VISION S

bookclub@KET Slender Is the Thread

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Three Came Home and The Lonely Villa

Doc Martin: Education, Education, Education Movie Classics: The 39 Steps

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The Victim

Dishing with Julia Dishing with Julia The Four Sons and All Their Sons: A Child: The Whole Fish Child: The Good Loaf Passover Tale

Gene: An Intimate History: Episode One

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Windermere Children

Comment on Kentucky

Connections: Kiley Lane Parker

Preventing Child Abuse: A KET Forum BBC World News

Connections Congressman John Lewis

Connections: Pellom Jubilee: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver/The McDaniels Rambling Rooks BBC World News

Kentucky Life

Dishing with Julia Child: Dishing with Julia The Whole Fish Story Child: The Good Loaf BBC World News Journey Home

Comment on Kentucky

Scully/The World Show

Connections: Susan and Morgan Guess

WoodSongs: Shun Ng; Peter Mulvey Austin City Limits: Janelle Monae

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Bluegrass Underground: Lucero Music Anywhere

Father Brown: The Celestial Choir Jubilee: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver/The Rambling Rooks

Gene: An Intimate History


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 5 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Call the Midwife Episode Two Fred and Sister Monica Joan catch a woman stealing the team’s milk. When they learn she’s pregnant, they bring her into the care of the maternity home. 9/8 pm World on Fire on Masterpiece Series Premiere When war breaks out, translator Harry vows to help his Polish lover Kasia flee Warsaw. 9:30/8:30 pm Dishing with Julia Child The Whole Fish Story Jose Andres and Eric Ripert are amazed by Julia Child’s handson treatment of a whole fish, how much information she conveys in the show, and her ability to work without any retakes. 10/9 pm Windermere Children A psychoanalyst helps 300 children, all survivors of the Nazi Holocaust, rehabilitate after World War II at Lake Windermere. The film tells the redemptive story about the bonds children make with one another and how their friendships furnish a more promising future.

6 MONDAY

8/7 pm Preventing Child Abuse: A KET Forum Renee Shaw hosts a discussion with government officials, policy experts, and journalists about the contributing factors to child abuse in Kentucky and state policies to deal with this growing challenge. 9/8 pm Secrets of the Dead Ben Franklin’s Bones Bones found in the basement of Benjamin Franklin’s British residence were used for the purposes of an illegal anatomy school that helped shaped modern medicine.

Nova – The Truth About Fat

10/9 pm Broken Places Explore why some children are severely damaged by early adversity while others are able to thrive. Revisit children profiled decades ago to see how early trauma shaped their lives as adults.

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7 TUESDAY

10:30/9:30 pm Dishing with Julia Child Your Own French Onion Soup Rick Bayless marvels over Julia Child’s knife skills, while Jose Andres and Eric Ripert wonder how many tips are in her 200 episodes of The French Chef.

8/7 pm Gene: An Intimate History Episode One Patients with rare genetic diseases and their doctors search for cures, often in a race against time.

9:30/8:30 pm Somewhere South Dumpling Dilemma Vivian heads to the Mississippi Delta and farther south to learn that not all dumplings are the same. Whether filled with minced meat, chopped veggies or nothing at all, they stretch our ingredients and our imaginations.

8 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature Remarkable Rabbits Despite their remarkable ability to reproduce, many wild rabbits are in danger of being eradicated. 9/8 pm Nova The Truth About Fat Explore how fat plays a role in hormone production and can even affect hunger levels and a woman’s ability to get pregnant.

9 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Treasure Fever Examine artifacts and artistry with health and medicine history including a Lakota Sioux doctor’s bag, a Civil War medical officer’s sword, and a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Education, Education, Education Louisa and Martin have their first therapy session and are surprised when they are given homework.

11 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Kentucky ferries provide a graceful way to go back in time and enjoy the state’s waterways; Doug recounts his visit to Idlewild in a Kentucky Life Memory; meet Sneakerheads in Kentucky who collect, sell, and customize their favorite shoes and have created a culture all their own. Kentucky Life Moment – pickleball at the Telford YMCA in Richmond. 9/8 pm Movie Classics Fail-Safe An electrical malfunction mistakenly sends American planes to deliver a nuclear attack on Moscow. Henry Fonda and Walter Matthau star (1964). 11/10 pm Austin City Limits Janelle Monae Thrill to an hour with progressive R&B maverick Janelle Monae as the singer

Movie Classics – Fail-Safe

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Call the Midwife: Episode Three

12 SUN

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

13 MON

World on Fire on Masterpiece - Episode Two Baptiste on Masterpiece - Episode One

Somewhere South: Dumpling Dilemma

Dishing with Julia Child

Broken Places

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: The Time of Your Life and Musketeers of Pig Alley

Great Conversations: Congressman John Lewis and Rachel Maddow

Kentucky Tonight

Independent Lens: Bedlam

Secrets from the Ice

Antiques Roadshow: Desert Botanical Garden Gene: An Intimate History: Episode One Hour 3 Kentucky Muse: Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame Ceremony 2016

Journey Into WellBeing Gene: An Intimate History: Episode Two

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Kentucky Afield

Connections: Miss Kentucky

Kentucky Time Capsule BBC World News

Wild Travels

Seeing Canada: Nunavut & Yukon

Conversations with Champions: Scott Davenport

Definition of Insanity

Legislative Update

BBC World News

The Victim

The Future of America’s Past

Overheard with Evan Smith

Song of the Mountains: ETSU Old Time Ramblers; Amanda Cook Band

Shakespeare & Hathaway-Private Investigators: Toil and Trouble

Kentucky - An American Story: The Land

Kentucky Bourbon Tales: Distilling the Family Jewish Kentucky Business

Nature: Naledi: One Little Elephant

Blood Sugar Rising

Call the Midwife: Episode Three

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode Two

Baptiste on Masterpiece: Episode One

2020 ACC Inventure Prize: Live Event

Kentucky - An American Story: The Land

Kentucky Life

Connections

Kentucky Tonight Legislative Update

Connections: Cathy Zion

BBC World News

Windermere Children: In Their Own Words Jubilee: The Boxcars/The Skip Cherryholmes Quintet/The Chapmans

Antiques Roadshow: Desert Botanical Garden Doc Martin: Control-Alt-Delete Hour 3

Father Brown: The Queen Bee

BBC World News

Kentucky Life

The This Old House Hour: Cape Ann Hard Work Ahead; Pedestal Sink, Grout Cleaning

Finding Your Roots: Secrets & Lies

Real Rail Adventures: Swiss International Hubs

Music Voyager: Miami

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jambore

Faces of Farming

Comment on Kentucky

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Washington Week

Somewhere South: What A Pickle

Doc Martin: Control-Alt-Delete

Movie Classics: Fail-Safe

Distinguished Kentuckian: Wilson Wyatt Sr.

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: A Man for All Seasons

Kentucky Afield

Run That by Me Again

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Marilyn Monroe

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: Dan Tyminski and Drew Holcomb

Kentucky Music

Blood Sugar Rising 12 VISION S

Dishing with Julia Child

The Victim

A PR I L 2020

Keeping Up Appearances

Connections: Gigi Butler

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Beyond Measure

Dishing with Julia Child: Dishing with Julia The Whole Fish Story Child: The Good Loaf BBC World News Comment on Kentucky

Comment on Kentucky

Connections: Cathe Dykstra

Scully/The World Show

WoodSongs: Dan Tyminski and Drew Holcomb Austin City Limits: John Prine

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Queen Bee

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: The Boxcars/The Skip Cherryholmes Quintet/The Chapmans

Nature – Naledi: One Little Elephant


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 12 SUNDAY

10/9 pm Definition of Insanity Dedicated Miami-Dade County public servants work to help people with mental illness. The film reveals a humane criminal justice approach to mental illness.

9/8 pm World on Fire on Masterpiece Episode Two A month into war, Harry is desperate for news. Kasia joins the Polish resistance.

15 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Call the Midwife Episode Three Lucille delivers a baby in an elevator. Nurse Crane goes to a school to give vaccines to new students. Violet, Trixie, Sister Frances, and Valerie put on a charity fashion show for the community.

10/9 pm Baptiste on Masterpiece Series Premiere Julien Baptiste hunts for a missing prostitute in Amsterdam’s seamy criminal underworld.

13 MONDAY

9/8 pm Gene: An Intimate History Episode One Patients with rare genetic diseases and their doctors search for cures, often in a race against time. 10/9 pm Independent Lens Bedlam Follow a filmmaker to ERs, jails, and homeless camps to hear personal stories behind the mental illness health crisis. 11:30/10:30 pm Seeing Canada Nunavut & Yukon Brandy travels through the Northwest Passage and explores Nunavut on Adventure Canada’s expedition cruise ship. She delves into Yukon’s historic Gold Rush past.

14 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Gene: An Intimate History Episode Two Geneticists wrestle with the moral implications of groundbreaking new technologies that offer both promise and peril.

Somewhere South – What a Pickle

8/7 pm Nature Naledi: One Little Elephant Born inside an elephant sanctuary in the wilderness of Botswana, Naledi the baby elephant loses her mother and faces the world alone. It is now up to a team of guardians to help find her place in the herd. 9/8 pm Blood Sugar Rising Explore the history and science of the diabetes epidemic that affects 100 million Americans, costing $350 billion annually. Meet some of the people behind the statistics whose stories bring insights and hope.

16 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Desert Botanical Garden Hour 3 Phoenix treasures include a Hassan El Glaoui Tempera painting, a Line Vautrin Talosel mirror, and a diamond horseshoe brooch. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Control-Alt-Delete After being followed around by Buddy, Martin is determined to find a vet to have him put down. Morwenna, and eventually Louisa, manage to persuade him that it isn’t quite that simple. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Queen Bee Father Brown investigates the mysterious death of a beekeeper.

17 FRIDAY

9:30/8:30 pm Somewhere South What a Pickle Hear Vivian's lecture on chow chow, a quintessentially Southern relish, at Asheville's first ever Chow Chow Festival. Her preservation education dives into Indian and Sri Lankan pickles, Puerto Rican escabeche, and Korean kimchi. 10:30/9:30 pm Dishing with Julia Child The Potato Show Rick Bayless comments on Julia Child’s performance preparing potatoes. Collaborator Jacques Pepin discusses her love of butter and her gracious approach to meet all of the staff at restaurants.

18 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Kentucky Life visits the Frazier Museum to see Violins of Hope, a collection of restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust; a Kentucky Life Memory looks back at Alfred Russell’s experiences in Liberia; the story of Dr. Ephraim McDowell and his most famous patient - Mrs. Jane Todd Crawford, who traveled alone on horseback to have an abdominal tumor removed; and the 100-year history of the USS Sachem that now sits in ruins in a creek in Boone County, Kentucky. 9/8 pm Movie Classics A Man for All Seasons Sir Thomas More stands up to King Henry VIII when the King rejects the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarry. Paul Scofield and Robert Shaw star (1966). 11/10 pm Austin City Limits John Prine The veteran musician performs songs from his critically acclaimed recent album The Tree of Forgiveness, as well as gems from his catalog.

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Call the Midwife: Episode Four

19 SUN

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode Three Baptiste on Masterpiece: Episode Two

Somewhere South: What a Pickle

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: The Steel Claw and The Colgate Comedy Hour

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Dishing with Julia Child

America’s Test Kitchen 20th Anniversary Special

Great Conversations: Dani Shapiro and Robert Siegel

Bluegrass and Backroads

Independent Lens: The Hottest August

bookclub@KET: ‘O’ Is for Outlaw Kentucky Time Capsule

Kentucky Tonight

Black in Blue

Antiques Roadshow: McNay Art Museum Hour 1

Gene: An Intimate History: Episode Two

Sally Brown: Force of Nature

Kentucky Muse: Master of Still Life: Mary Ann Currier

Kentucky Afield

American Experience: Man Who Tried to Feed the World

Frontline: Opiods, Inc.

Understanding the Opioid Epidemic

BBC World News

Kentucky Collectibles

Song of the Mountains: H.B. Beverly; Highland Travelers

Shakespeare & Hathaway: Exit, Persued by a Bear

The Victim

Start Up: Maria’s Empanada

Overheard with Evan Smith

Sojourn of the Strings

Kentucky to the World: Tony Moore

Thrive: The Kentucky Connections: Andre Wine Tradition Taylor

Kentucky Tonight

Climate Change - The Facts

H20: The Molecule That Made Us: Flow

Nova: Killer Floods

BBC World News

Call the Midwife: Episode Four

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode Three Baptiste on Masterpiece: Episode Two

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: From Bluegrass to Blues

Sojourn of the Strings

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: McNay Art Museum Hour 1

Doc Martin: Other People’s Children

Father Brown: The Scales of Justice

BBC World News

Kentucky Life

The This Old House Hour: Cape Ann Shingled Out; Paver Patio, Shoe Rack

Finding Your Roots: Science Pioneers

American Experience: Man Who Tried to Feed the World

Alive! In America’s Delta

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Louisville’s Olmsted Parks

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Sunnyside of Life

Comment on Kentucky

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Washington Week

Movie Classics: A Man for All Seasons

Distinguished Kentuckian: Carl Perkins

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: The Natural

Kentucky Afield

Run That by Me Again

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Steve McQueen

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: Sun Records Celebration

Kentucky Music: Sarah Wood

A PR I L 2020

Wild Travels

Somewhere South: It's A Greens Thing

Doc Martin: Other People’s Children

Call the Midwife 14 VISION S

Dishing with Julia Child

The Victim

Keeping Up Appearances

Connections: Infant Nutrition

Seeing Canada: PEI, New Brunswick

Conversations with Champions: John Y. Brown, Jr.

Connections

Summoned: Frances Perkins and the General Welfare

Connections: JoAnne Jubilee: Steep Canyon Rangers/Sleepy Man Wheeler Bland Banjo Boys

Connections: Faith Politics

International Jazz Day: From Australia Comment on Kentucky

Comment on Kentucky

BBC World News

BBC World News Scully/The World Show

Connections: Kinship WoodSongs: Sun Records Celebration Care Austin City Limits

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Scales of Justice

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: Steep Canyon Rangers/Sleepy Man Banjo Boys

American Experience: Man Who Tried to Feed the World


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 19 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Call the Midwife Episode Four Sister Julienne volunteers Nonnatus House to take part in an obstetrics training initiative for four young doctors. Fred makes a discovery on his CDC rounds. 9/8 pm World on Fire on Masterpiece Episode Three Tom faces the fight of his life. Harry and Lois encounter a more personal battle. 10/9 pm Baptiste on Masterpiece Episode Two Julien makes a shocking discovery about the true identity of Edward Stratton.

20 MONDAY

9/8 pm Black in Blue The film tells the story of Nate Northington, who broke the color line in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) when he was the first AfricanAmerican athlete to play college football for the University of Kentucky in 1967. 10:30/9:30 pm Independent Lens The Hottest August Ordinary New Yorkers talk about some of the biggest problems they face from climate change to skyrocketing rents in August 2017.

21 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Man Who Tried to Feed the World: American Experience Explore the life of 1970 Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Borlaug, who tried to solve world hunger. He rescued India from severe famine and led the “Green Revolution,” but his work later faced criticism.

Climate Change - The Facts

10/9 pm Understanding the Opioid Epidemic Stories of people and communities impacted by the opioid epidemic and information from experts are featured. The program traces how the nation got into this situation and provides possible solutions for dealing with the crisis.

22 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Climate Change - The Facts Scientists explore the impact of climate change and what could happen if global warming exceeds 1.5 degrees. 9/8 pm H20: The Molecule That Made Us Flow Learn how water came to underpin every aspect of existence from dragonflies to deserts in bloom, to human life.

23 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow McNay Art Museum Hour 1 San Antonio standouts include a W. W. Denslow-inscribed The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, a Mercury Space Capsule wind tunnel model, and a black opal ring. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Other People’s Children Martin and Louisa don’t seem to be having much success with their therapy, so Dr. Timoney advises that they should try and take things back to the beginning of their relationship. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Scales of Justice Tried for murder, Father Brown must race to save Bunty from the hangman’s noose.

24 FRIDAY

9:30/8:30 pm Somewhere South It’s a Greens Thing Vivian travels to the Lumbee tribe’s annual homecoming, where she samples their famous collard sandwich. On a trip to Georgia, Vivian meets a group of refugee farmers growing greens that remind them of home.

25 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Learn how the iconic Old Fashioned became Louisville’s official cocktail; the Kentucky Springseat Saddle, created by Eugene Minihan from Owingsville in the late 1880s, prized by horsemen and sought after by collectors, was designated the official saddle of Kentucky in 2019; a Kentucky Life Memory showcases Mountain Pleasure horses; and a statue of Triple Crown winner Secretariat is unveiled along the Lexington-Frankfort Scenic Corridor, giving Lexingtonians and visitors an impressive 360-degree view of Big Red. 9/8 pm Movie Classics The Natural An unknown comes seemingly out of nowhere to become a legendary player with almost divine talent. Robert Redford and Kim Basinger star (1984). 11:30/10:30 pm Austin City Limits Texan Kacey Musgraves essays tunes from her acclaimed album Golden Hour. Son of outlaw country legend Willie Nelson, roots rocker Lukas Nelson and his band present songs from their self-titled release.

Movie Classics – The Natural

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Call the Midwife: Episode Five

26 SUN

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

27 MON

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode Four Baptiste on Masterpiece: Episode Three

Somewhere South: It’s a Greens Thing

Great Conversations: Pat Conroy and Maureen Corrigan

Kentucky Tonight

Independent Lens: Jim Allison: Breakthrough

Undiagnosed: The Diabetes Epidemic H20: The Molecule That Made Us: Flow Kentucky Muse: 88 Keys, 300 Years

Black in Blue Inside the Vatican

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Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Troubled Waters: A Turtle's Tale

EcoSense for Living: Wild Crossings

Dream of Italy: Tuscany

Kentucky Afield

Conversations with Champions: Wilbur Hackett Jr. and Paul Karem

Connections

BBC World News

Secrets of the Dead: Building Notre Dame

BBC World News

Kentucky Collectibles Overheard with Evan Smith

Shakespeare & Hathaway: The Fairest Show Means the Most Deceit

Professor T: Three Oak Campus

Start Up: Divinia Water

Mission Appalachia: The Story of Red Bird

On the Ohio with John Ed Pearce

Let’s Paint The Town, Connections Twin Cities!

Kentucky Tonight

Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries: The Tropics

H20: The Molecule That Made Us: Civilizations

Nova: Poisoned Water

BBC World News

Call the Midwife: Episode Five

World on Fire on Masterpiece: Episode Four Baptiste on Masterpiece: Episode Three

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

Mission Appalachia: The Story of Red Bird

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: McNay Art Museum Hour 2

Doc Martin: Facta Non Verba

Father Brown: The Wisdom of the Fool

BBC World News

Kentucky Life

Babe Ruth at Sing-Sing

Alive! In America’s Delta: Black Bear

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Land Between the Connections: Kellie Lakes 50th Anniversary Blair Hardt

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Big Lever

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Comment on Kentucky

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Washington Week

Somewhere South: How Do You Cue?

Doc Martin: Facta Non Verba

Movie Classics – The Producers

Distingushed Kentuckian: Adron Doran

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: Awakenings

Kentucky Afield

Run That By Me Again

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols Nashville

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: Smithsonian Folkways

Kentucky Music: Mike Havens

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Song of the Mountains: High Fidelity; Grant Maloy Smith

The This Old House Hour: Cape Ann Tiling is Finding Your Roots: Slave Trade a Family Affair; Cedar Shingles

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Climate Change - The Facts

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Delightfully Dangerous and The Beverly Hillbillies Pilot

Antiques Roadshow: McNay Art Museum Hour 2

28 T UE

16 VISION S

International Jazz Day: From Australia

Modus: Season 1 - Episode One

A PR I L 2020

Keeping Up Appearances

Connections: Childhood Cancer

Connections

Modus: Season 1 - Episode One Jubilee: Della Mae/Dale Ann Bradley/Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands

Food. Roots. Phillippines. Comment on Kentucky

BBC World News Scully/The World Show

Jacinda WoodSongs: Smithsonian Folkways Comment on Kentucky Connections: Townsend Austin City Limits: Gary Clark, Jr. As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Wisdom of the Fools

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: Della Mae, Dale Ann Bradley, Laurie Lewis

Inside the Vatican


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 26 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Call the Midwife Episode Five Sister Frances is at a loss when a diabetic and recovering cancer patient’s wife refuses to accept further help. Nurse Crane becomes frustrated when a first-time father insists on being present for his child’s birth. 9/8 pm World on Fire on Masterpiece Episode Four Harry’s courage is tested at Louvain, while Kasia’s resistance activity in Warsaw intensifies. 10/9 pm Baptiste on Masterpiece PEpisode Three Edward finally confesses the exact nature of his relationship with Natalie and Constantin. 11/10 pm Modus Series Premiere Profiler Inger Johanne Vik returns to Sweden, where her autistic daughter Stina witnesses a murder.

27 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 champions throughout Kentucky are working to increase screening rates and connect people with proven lifestyle interventions. Then, Dr. Wayne Tuckson hosts a discussion with state experts on how to reduce the overall numbers of people with undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. 10/9 pm Independent Lens Jim Allison: Breakthrough Meet a visionary doctor discovering a new way to use the immune system to help defeat cancer.

Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries

28 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Inside the Vatican Go inside the daily lives of those who live and work in the Vatican. From the Pope to the gardener to the head of security, the film gives rare, behind-the-scenes access to the inner workings of the city-state. 10/9 pm Secrets of the Dead Building Notre Dame Follow an investigation into the centuries-long construction of the iconic cathedral of Notre Dame, uncovering the architectural, technical, and human challenges that played out during its turbulent history.

29 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries The Tropics The spy creatures investigate the wildlife that thrives in the tropics. They infiltrate a hippo pod, a nursery of red flying foxes, a gorilla sanctuary and the secret world of pygmy forest elephants. 9/8 pm H20: The Molecule That Made Us Civilizations Explore how water may have driven our evolution - and created civilizations. But can the Earth’s water supplies guarantee our future? 10/9 pm Nova Poisoned Water The chemistry and engineering that led to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan are examined.

9/8 pm Doc Martin Facta Non Verba After Martin and Louisa tell Dr. Timoney about their failed date night, she questions their ultimate compatibility. Martin has new neighbors. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Wisdom of the Fool Murder is no laughing matter when Father Brown visits a jesters’ convention.

1 FRIDAY

9:30/8:30 pm Somewhere South How Do You 'Cue? Follow Vivian on a journey to learn how other Southerners cook and eat barbecue. She travels to Florida for smoked mullet and Texas for barbecue with Japanese and Mexican twists.

2 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Owensboro Symphony Orchestra’s program, Music on Call, offers women detainees at the Daviess County Detention Center hope through music; the sweet smell of Magee’s Transparent Pie is a Kentucky Life Memory; Vent Haven Museum in Ft. Mitchell houses a collection of more than 900 ventriloquist figures from twenty countries and other memorabilia; Camp Shakespeare offers kids and young adults ages 4–18 the opportunity to explore the theatre arts through imaginative play, visual arts, storytelling, and more.

30 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow McNay Art Museum Hour 2 Appraisals include Julius Cohen yellow diamond earrings, a 1928 Gibson Granada banjo, and a collection of original comic art.

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TUESDAY

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Wai Lana Yoga

Body Electric

6:30/5:30

Dinosaur Train

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics (7)/ Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique (14,21,28)

7:00/6:00

Sesame Street

Curious George

7:30/6:30

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Happy Yoga with Sarah Starr Wai Lana Yoga

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Body Electric

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics (2,9)/ Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique (16,23,30)

Yoga in Practice

Dinosaur Train

Curious George

Curious George

Curious George

Curious George

Sesame Street (4,11,18)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Adventure (25)

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat (1,8,15,29)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Nature Cat Adventure (22)

Nature Cat (3,10,17)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Adventure (24)

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (4,11,18)

8:00/7:00

Pinkalicious & Peterrific Wild Kratts (6,13,27)/ Wild (5,12,19)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Amazon Adventure (26) Adventure (20)

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts (1,8,15,29)

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts (3,10,17)

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

8:30/7:30

Molly of Denali (5,12,19)

Molly of Denali (6,13,27)

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

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

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

The Best of The Joy of Painting

11:00/10:00

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

11:30/10:30

Washington Week

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

12:00/11:00

Connections

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

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

1:00/12:00

Comment on Kentucky

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Rick Steves' Europe

1:30/12:30

Kentucky Collectibles

Splash & Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

2:00/1:00

Troubled Waters: A Turtle's Tale (5)/ Jesus: Countdown to Calvary (12)/ Kentucky to Pinkalicious & Peterrific the World (19)/ Ecosense for Living (26)

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Rudy Maxa's World

2:30/1:30

Pati's Mexican Table (26)

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Farmer and the Foodie (4,11,18)/ Steven Raichlen's Project Fire (25)

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat (1,8,15,29)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Nature Cat Adventure (22)

Nature Cat

Lidia’s Kitchen Martha Bakes

3:00/2:00 3:30/2:30

The Great British Baking Show

Wild Kratts (6,13,27)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Adventure (20)

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts (1,8,15,29)

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts (3,10,17)/ Wild Kratts: Amazin' Amazon Adventure (24)

4:00/3:00

Kentucky Life

Molly of Denali (6,13,27)

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali

Molly of Denali (3,10,17)

America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated

4:30/3:30

Kentucky Afield

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

Cook's Country

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

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

5:30/4:30

Antiques Roadshow

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

Shakespeare & Hathaway - Private Investigators

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Lawrence Welk Show

7:00/6:00 7:30/6:30

Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen The Red Green Show

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SATURDAY Great Decisions in Foreign Policy

6:00/5:00

Focus on Europe

6:30/5:30

Story in the Public Square

7:00/6:00

Overheard with Evan Smith

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

NHK Newsline

Washington Week

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

Wai Lana Yoga

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

8:30/7:30

On Story

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Workplace Essential Skills

Canvasing the World with Sean Diediker

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

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

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

Painting with Wilson Bickford

10:00/9:00

Expeditions with Patrick McMillan

Beyond Your Backyard

Today's Wild West (7,14,21)/ Joseph Rosendo's Tennessee Valley Uncharted Travelscope (28)

Smart Travels - Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa

Travels with Darley

Weekends with Yankee

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

Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Today's Wild West

11:00/10:00

Rick Steves' Europe

Daytripper

Travels with Darley

Journeys in Japan

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Tennessee Wild Side

Born to Explore with Richard Wiese (4,11,18)/ Tastemakers (25)

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

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

12:00/11:00

New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton

Lidia's Kitchen

Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

Ciao Italia

Food Over 50

Mike Colameco's Real Food (3,10)/ Jamie's Ultimate Veg (17,24)

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

12:30/11:30

Cook's Country

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking (6)/ Jacques Pepin: A Chef's Life Heart & Soul (13,20,27)

Joanne Weir's Plates and Places

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Pati's Mexican Table (3,10)/ Taste of History (17,24)

My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas (4,11)/Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television (18,25)

Lidia's Kitchen

Sara's Weeknight Meals

Simply Ming

Martha Bakes

Amanpour and Company

1:00/12:00 1:30/12:30

The Great British Baking Show

Amanpour and Company

Amanpour and Company

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

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

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

Steve Raichlen's Project Smoke (7,14)/ Steven Raichlen's Project Fire (21,28)

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television Second Opinion

Innovations in Medicine (3,10)/ Family Travel with Colleen George Hirsch Lifestyle (17,24) Kelly

Smart Travels - Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa

Travels with Darley

Rick Steves' Europe

Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Today's Wild West

Travels with Darley

Journeys in Japan

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Tennessee Wild Side

Wild Travels

The American Woodshop

This Old House

Urban Conversion

Woodsmith Shop

This Old House

MotorWeek

Home Diagnosis (6)/ Craftsman's Legacy (13,20,27)

Ask This Old House

Classic Woodworking

Kentucky Afield

Ask This Old House

Legends of Airpower

Lidia's Kitchen

Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

Ciao Italia

Food Over 50 (9,16,23,30)

Mike Colameco's Real Food (3,10)/ Jamie's Ultimate Veg (17,24)

PBS NewsHour Weekend

Joanne Weir's Plates and Places

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Pati's Mexican Table (3,10)/ Taste of History (17,24)

McLaughlin Group

Kentucky Health

Wider World

2:30/1:30

Keeping Up Appearances

Beyond Your Backyard

Today's Wild West (7,14,21)/ Joseph Rosendo's Tennessee Valley Uncharted Travelscope (28)

3:00/2:00

As Time Goes By

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

3:30/2:30

Still Open All Hours

Daytripper

4:30/3:30 5:00/4:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

5:30/4:30

Moveable Feast with Fine Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Cooking (6)/ Jacques Pepin: A Chef's Life Heart & Soul (13,20,27)

6:00/5:00

Connections

6:30/5:30

To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

7:00/6:00

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

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

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

Steve Raichlen's Project Smoke (7,14)/ Steve Raichlen's Project Fire (21,28)

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

History Detectives

Kentucky Life (2)/ Kentucky Perseus Survivor (1)/ Legacy Afield (9,16,23,30) List with Matt Paxton (8,15,22,29) The Red Green Show

Kentucky Life Nova

7:30/6:30

The Great British Baking Show

Medical Stories

Last of the Summer Wine

Doc Martin

Amanpour and Company Comment on Kentucky

2:00/1:00

4:00/3:00

Amanpour and Company

Kentucky Collectibles

Weekends with Yankee

Lidia's Kitchen The Great British Baking Show

Nature Simply Ming

Finding Your Roots

Education Travel/Nature Arts/Crafts Green/Garden Cooking Current Affairs Exercise/Health Wood/Home/Auto Kentucky Entertainment

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Learn-at-home educational materials for kids and adults

KET forum offers families advice for juggling life at home

In response to the need for at-home learning resources while schools and many workplaces are closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, KET has created an online toolkit for families and is offering free access to its GED ® preparation and workplace instruction courses for adults learners. The kids’ toolkit provides families with educational videos, interactive games and instructional resources all tailored to specific grade levels: PreK-third grade, grades 4-8, and grades 9-12. The toolkit is available at KET.org/learnathome. Adult learners will have free access, through April 30, to KET’s FastForward and Workplace Essential Skills online courses. FastForward prepares users for the GED test and other high-school equivalency exams. And Workplace Essential Skills offers instruction on the language and math skills needed to succeed in many of Kentucky’s high-demand career fields, such as IT, construction and marketing. Learn more at KET.org/adulted.

With the onset of COVID-19, families across Kentucky are grappling with a new reality—how to balance work, childcare, and self-care needs. Extended school closures have moved academics from the classroom to the living room, leaving caregivers to adjust. Hosted by KET’s Renee Shaw, this live forum will bring experts from education and healthcare fields together to answer questions and share practical advice and resources for families.

Members of the student news team at E.P. Ward Elementary in Fleming County showed off their new media arts production kit, courtesy of KET. Schools that attend workshops in the KET Media Lab in Lexington during the 2019-2020 school year receive the production kit to help them outfit a media lab in their school. The production kits, which were provided by The Virginia Clark Hagan Charitable Foundation, Inc., include a KET Media Arts Tookit, a green screen, microphone, tripod and more.

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Families and Covid-19: A KET Forum KET Monday, April 6 • 8/7 pm

Members of the Friends of KET recently met with state legislators in Frankfort and thanked them for their support. KET Friend Kelly Green spoke with Rep. James Tipton of Taylorsville.


THANKS! KET thanks you for your continued support Thanks to our donors, sponsors and volunteers, KET’s on-air fundraiser helps ensure that PBS programming — which costs $3 million annually — stays strong. Donations are still being accepted at KET.org/donate or (800) 866-0366. KET’s Michele Ripley thanks Drs. Mina and Gopal Majmundar for their matching challenge grant of $10,000 in support of TeleFund. Dr. Mina Majmundar’s daughter Dr. Mamata Majmundar serves as president of the Lexington Medical Society and together with CEO Chris Hickey volunteered on a phone bank. Kentucky Life host Doug Flynn enjoyed a spirited evening with volunteers from Alltech, a TeleFund sponsor.

SPONSORS

Alltech Inc. • AIA-East Kentucky Chapter • Stantec

IN-KIND DONORS

A.P. Suggins Bar and Grill • Bourbon and Toulouse • Bryant’s Rent-All • Chik-fil-A • City BBQ • Columbia Steakhouse • J. Render’s Southern Table & Bar • Joe Bologna’s Italian Pizzeria • Joella’s Hot Chicken • Johnny Carino’s • Olive Garden Italian Restaurant • Ouita Michel Family of Restaurants • Red State BBQ • Selma’s Catering • Simple Greek

PHONE VOLUNTEERS

AIA East Kentucky • Alltech • Bluegrass Community and Technical College • Bluegrass Cycling Club • Clark Material Handling • Cumberland Valley National Bank • General Federation of Women’s Clubs • Lexington Medical Society • Frankfort – Lexington, KY Chapter of The Links, Inc. • Rotary Club of Lexington • Stantec • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky • US Bank • Valvoline

Our appreciation to the following corporate partners for their support Actors Theatre of Louisville PBS Arts Alltech, Inc. BBC World News, Nature, Newsline, NOVA, PBS Arts Brown-Forman Comment on Kentucky, Kentucky Tonight, PBS NewsHour, PBS NewsHour Weekend Central Bank Masterpiece CHI Saint Joseph Health Masterpiece Clay-Ingels Co., Inc This Old House, This Old House Hour East Kentucky Power Cooperative Kentucky Tonight Frontier Nursing British dramas Glema Mahr Center for the Arts Austin City Limits, Songs of the Mountains, Jubilee, BBC World News, Newsline, Great British Baking Show Kentucky Author Forum Various Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Comment on Kentucky KCTCS Legislative Update Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust Sesame Street, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Kentucky League of Cities Legislative Update Kentucky Performing Arts British dramas Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs Kentucky Afield, Kentucky Life, Austin City Limits, Jubilee, Songs of the Mountains Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Comment on Kentucky, Legislative Update Kentucky Lottery American Experience, Antiques Roadshow, Austin City Limits, Jubilee, Kentucky Afield, Kentucky Collectibles, Kentucky Life, Movie Classics, NOVA, PBS Arts, Rick Steves’ Europe, Songs of the Mountains, Woodsongs Kentucky Medical Association PBS NewsHour and NewsHour Weekend Owensboro Health Kentucky Afield, Kentucky Health, HealthThree60 Lane Communications Group Frontline, Washington Week Louisville Zoo Nature Lyric Theatre Independent Lens, Finding Your Roots, Connections Sew A Lot Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting, The Best of Sewing with Nancy Stites & Harbison Independent Lens, Finding Your Roots, Connections Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Inc. Curious George, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, NOVA Transylvania University PBS Arts, BBC World News, Newsline UK Healthcare Antiques Roadshow WealthSouth Connections, British dramas Wiebold Studio Antiques Roadshow

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Learn the remarkable story of the first black football player at UK Black in Blue, a featurelength documentary directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Wagner, tells a remarkable story of racial progress. In the fall of 1967, Nate Northington was the first AfricanAmerican football player in the Southeastern Conference to break the color line, playing with the University of Kentucky team. It was a momentous event, but one that occurred at a trying time for Northington. Just a day earlier, his teammate and roommate had died from an accident during practice.

Black in Blue KET Monday, April 20 • 9/8 pm KETKY Monday, April 27 • 8/7 pm

Updates about COVID-19 in Kentucky Dr. Wayne Tuckson of Kentucky Health gives weekly updates on COVID-19 in Kentucky and talks with state health experts who answer some of the questions provided to the state’s COVID-19 hotline.

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update KET Fridays • 8:30/7:30 pm KET2 Sundays • 12:30 pm/11:30 am

Frontline examines federal government’s response to outbreak This Frontline special investigates the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic versus Washington State, the outbreak’s epicenter. The program also looks at how the outbreak impacts poor children in the Midwest.

Frontline: Coronavirus Pandemic KET Tuesday, April 21 • 9/8 pm

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Explore Kentuckyborn artist’s unique paintings In this KET production, learn how Kentucky-born artist Jonathan Queen uses classic toys and childhood imagery as metaphors for complex themes in his paintings and public murals, many of which are located in Cincinnati.

Toying with Still Life: The Art of Jonathan Queen KET Sunday, March 29 • 11/10 pm


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KET PBS KIDS Channel ET/CT

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6:00/5:00 am

Cyberchase

3:30/2:30 pm

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

6:30/5:30 am

Cyberchase

4:00/3:00 pm

The Cat in the Hat

7:00/6:00 am

Arthur

4:30/3:30 pm

Dinosaur Train

7:30/6:30 am

Odd Squad

5:00/4:00 pm

Let’s Go Luna!

8:00/7:00 am

Ready Jet Go!

5:30/4:30 pm

Nature Cat

8:30/7:30 am

Peg + Cat

6:00/5:00 pm

Wild Kratts

9:00/8:00 am

Clifford the Big Red Dog

6:30/5:30 pm

Wild Kratts

9:30/8:30 am

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

7:00/6:00 pm

Xavier Riddle

10:00/9:00 am

Sesame Street

7:30/6:30 pm

Molly of Denali

10:30/9:30 am

Super WHY!

8:00/7:00 pm

Odd Squad

11:00/10:00 am

WordWorld

8:30/7:30 pm

Arthur

11:30/10:30 am

Splash and Bubbles

9:00/8:00 pm

Ready Jet Go!

noon/11:00 am

Sid the Science Kid

9:30/8:30 pm

WordGirl

12:30/11:30 am

Caillou

10:00/9:00 pm

Sesame Street

1:00 pm/noon

Peep and the Big Wide World

10:30/9:30 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

1:30/12:30 pm

Martha Speaks

11:00/10:30 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

2:00/1:00 pm

Sesame Street

11:30/10:30 pm

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

2:30/1:30 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

3:00/2:00 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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A complete list of channels: KET.org/tv-where-to-watch. PRIMARY BROADCAST CHANNEL IN HIGH DEFINITION KENTUCKY PROGRAMMING

EXPANDED OFFERINGS OF POPULAR PROGRAMS

The Cat in the Hat

Schedules can vary for special presentations. Visit KET.org/tv-schedules.

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MemberCard features a Sustainer Benefit of the Month: In April, enjoy 2-for-1 admission to the Lexington Ballet’s performance of Snow White.

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING KET!

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Dishing with Julia Celebrity chefs share their favorite stories and insights gleaned from Julia Child and her groundbreaking cooking program The French Chef.

KET Fridays, April 3-17 • 10/9 pm

The French Chef Select episodes of the classic series are available on

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