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OPPORTUNITIES SECRETARY RAMSEY SAYS EDUCATION OPENS DOORS AT ANY STAGE OF LIFE

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ot long after helping the Oakland Raiders win the Super Bowl in 1981, Derrick Ramsey, then the team’s tight end, was compelled to confront something he hadn’t previously given much thought to: his post-football career. Ramsey had suffered his first major injury, one that sidelined him for most of the 1982 season, and the time away from the gridiron made him reflective. What would he do if he no longer could play professional football? The question ultimately prompted the former University of Kentucky star to return to school and finish his college degree. “What I realized was that this thing — football — could be over at anytime,” Ramsey said. “And there were guys on the team who were always on me about getting back to school.” It’s a lesson that Ramsey, now in his post as Kentucky’s Secretary of Education and Workforce Development, is eager to share — that one’s career is often a series of reinventions, where the path from one point to the next is, in many cases, guided by education. And it’s why Ramsey says he prizes KET and the educational resources it creates, such as the FastForward program, which helps people lay the groundwork for the next chapter in their lives. FastForward, launched by KET in 2014, is a complete online educational

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resource to help prepare people for the Not long after Ramsey completed high school equivalency exam. The his degree, his mother let him know system, with its series of interactive that she, too, had made an investment online lessons, is easy to use and has in herself: She had returned to school proven results: 90 percent of those and earned her GED credential. who complete the course go on to earn Her experience, as well as counttheir GED® credential. less others he’s witnessed across the “I think the GED is truly someCommonwealth, Ramsey said, underthing to be celebrated,” Ramsey said. scored the notion that there’s no one“I say that because there are folks out size-fits-all approach to education. there who, somehow or other, their “Sometimes we get caught up in lives have gotten sidetracked. If we the idea that people do things the same can encourage and support them, they way — everyone arriving and going at will have a the same time,” second shot at Ramsey said. it — and that “But that’s not can open up life, or at least FROM ITS WORK WITH a whole new certainly not EARLY CHILDHOOD world of opporlife as I know it. tunities.” It’s different for EDUCATION TO ITS Reared in everybody.” TEACHER DEVELOPMENT the small town What’s imof Hastings, portant, he says, AND RESOURCES FOR Florida, by is that everyone K-12, KET HAS BEEN THE parents who have access to each worked BEDROCK OF EDUCATION opportunities, two jobs to supof IN THE COMMONWEALTH. regardless port him and his where they are four siblings, in their lives. Ramsey said he And it’s learned early why KET plays on that his family measured success such a vital role in Kentucky, Ramsey not by what was accomplished on the said, creating quality educational tools field but rather what was achieved in like the FastForward resource that the classroom. allow “people to learn at their own He recalled the time when his speed and get where they want to go at mother, furious that her son had gotten their own pace.” a D in English class, pulled him from And because FastForward comes his high school football team for the from KET, Ramsey said, people know semester, unconcerned that he was the they can trust it. star quarterback who had led the team “From its work with early childto back-to-back state championships. hood education to its teacher develop“It was more important for my ment and resources for K-12, KET has mom to see me and my siblings get been the bedrock of education in the an education so we wouldn’t have Commonwealth,” Ramsey said. “It’s to work two jobs for the rest of our a wonderful partnership, not just for lives,” Ramsey said. “She understood the cabinet, but for the entire state of the bigger picture.” Kentucky.”

For more than 40 years, KET has offered instructional services for students in Kentucky and across the nation studying for the GED ® test or other high school equivalency exams. We’ve long known that dropping out of high school need not be the end of one’s education or a barrier to a successful career. This has perhaps never been more true than it is today, as a rapidly changing workplace demands a highly skilled workforce. For the 19 million-plus Americans without a high school diploma, earning a high school credential is the important first step to obtaining the additional schooling or training needed for the jobs of today and tomorrow. And adult learners can turn to KET’s FastForward to help. KET is the largest non-profit GED publisher in the nation, and our FastForward product is one of the most advanced test-preparation systems available. Nine out of 10 people who use FastForward pass the GED test. Additionally, our new Workplace Essentials Skills and In Demand resources provide information and training tailored to specific highdemand career sectors. Explore more about our workforce solutions at KET.org/workforce.

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ew things are cuter than baby animals. But cuteness doesn’t count for much in the wild, where an unforgiving landscape teems with ravenous predators and hazards at every turn. They’ll need to be tenacious and adaptable if they’re to survive their first year. In Animal Babies, a three-part series from BBC, viewers follow the first breaths, first steps and first milestones of some of the world’s most adorable baby animals.

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It’s not always the warmest of welcomes for babies in the wild

With stunning photography and endearing stories, this series reveals many of the challenges these baby animals face as they fight to survive in some of the most beautiful places on the planet. It’s a steep learning curve, to be sure. But if they can adapt to their surroundings and learn from those around them, they just might beat the odds and make it to adulthood.


WATER BABIES SAFARI BABIES With some of the largest herds on the planet all competing for the same food and dangerous predators around every corner, the African savannah is a hugely competitive place. Meet the newly born elephant calf who, with her mom, has become separated from the safety of the herd. She must battle against scorching heat to find her family. Six adorable cheetah cubs are chased from a kill by vultures, and now they need to start to learn to hunt for themselves. Watch the young zebra foal, who, despite her still wobbly legs, has to cross the treacherous waters of a crocodileinfested river.

KET Monday, June 10 • 9/8 pm KET2 Thursday, June 13 • 10/9 pm

For some water babies, simply getting to water in the first place can be the biggest trial of their young lives. Others have to face up to their first swimming lesson. With pounding waves, deadly currents and hordes of hungry predators, growing up as a water baby is not for the timid. Meet the adorable baby fur seal pup who lost his mother among three million other fur seals that crowd the beaches of South Georgia. Watch how daredevil ducklings, barely a day old, take an amazing leap of faith. And meet the three boisterous giant otter pups that must learn to hunt for themselves.

KET Monday, June 17 • 9/8 pm KET2 Thursday, June 20 • 10/9 pm

MOUNTAIN BABIES It’s hard enough surviving on sheer cliffs and snowy mountainsides if you’re an experienced adult. But for babies, it’s an immense struggle. Facing extreme weather and starved predators, they have to work hard for every mouthful of food. Meet the clumsy guanaco calf who has to stand up within minutes of being born. Travel with the wild mountain goat kid crossing raging mountain rivers. And follow a young musk ox escaping from the jaws of hungry wolves.

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2 Pride and Prejudice KET Sundays, June 2 & 9 • 8/7 pm KET2 Wednesdays, June 5 & 12 • 8/7 pm The definitive adaptation of Jane Austen’s most-loved novel returns. The six-part series will be shown over two nights. In 1995, it spawned a renewed interest in Austen’s works and made Colin Firth a household name. The story revolves around the Bennet family, who, with five daughters, no sons and an entailed estate, are desperate to arrange advantageous marriages. The arrival of two handsome bachelors stirs romantic imaginings for the girls. But just as it seems that true love is in the offing, a family scandal threatens to ruin everything.

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Museum Secrets

Hitler’s Holocaust Railways

KET Tuesdays, June 4, 11, 18 • 8/7 pm KET2 Thursdays, June 6, 13, 20 • 9/8 pm

KET Tuesday, June 4 • 9/8 pm KET2 Monday, June 10 • 9/8 pm

This series travels to the world’s most famous museums in search of weird, wonderful, amazing and fascinating stories connected with both the wellknown and the more obscure exhibits held in their collections. From new revelations on the Mona Lisa, the Sistine Chapel and the golden mask of King Tutankhamun to the mysterious ‘tank room’ of Britain’s Natural History Museum, this series combines surprising revelations about things we recognize with amazing revelations about things we’ve never seen before.

Chris Tarrant takes viewers on a tour through Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland, showing how Hitler’s regime built the planet’s most extensive rail network leading up to World War II. The trains were used to transport millions of prisoners to ghettos and death camps during the Holocaust. Tarrant visits significant stops along the way and speaks with Holocaust survivors, some of whom worked as children building the railway or witnessed first-hand the horrors of its ruthless efficiency.


14 American Masters: Terrence McNally KET Friday, June 14 • 9/8 pm KET2 Sunday, June 16 • 8/7 pm This film explores the life of the four-time Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally. Over six decades, he wrote trailblazing plays, musicals, operas and screenplays about sexuality, homophobia, and faith, including Love! Valour! Compassion! (1994) and Dead Man Walking (2000). Rising above challenges, including his abusive alcoholic parents and growing up as a gay teen in a conservative Christian town, McNally overcame his own alcoholism to establish himself as one of the premiere playwrights of his era.

16 Endeavour KET Sunday, June 16 • 9/8 pm KET2 Wednesday, June 19 • 9/8 pm new season Shaun Evans sports a new mustachioed look as DS Endeavour Morse in the sixth season of this detective drama, the popular prequel to the Inspector Morse series. Set in 1969, the new season brings the detective sergeant back to Oxford, where he goes undercover at a public school to investigate the murder of a female student. The discovery of another body, however, leads Endeavour to question the main suspect’s guilt, leaving him wondering just whom he can trust.

19 Rivers of Life KET Wednesdays, June 19 – July 3 • 8/7 pm Rivers are the arteries of our planet, flowing with its most precious commodity: fresh water. This three-part series discovers the life, character and landscape of three of the Earth’s most legendary waterways: the Nile, the Amazon and the Mississippi. Follow a baby elephant swimming across the Nile’s crocodile-infested waters. Bathe in the Amazon’s beautiful secret lagoons and marvel at its legendary monsters. And soar over the eerie splendor of the Mississippi’s swamp forests.

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MAY 26 – JUNE 1

National Memorial Day Concert

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EcoSense for Living: Talking Trash

bookclub@KET

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

Great Conversations:: Joseph Stiglitz and Rana Foroohar

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

D-Day at Pointe-du-Hoc

You Are Not Alone

Anne Morgan’s War

BBC World News

Comment on Kentucky

Antiques Roadshow: Biloxi (Part 1)

National Memorial Day Concert

Return to Normandy

Born to Explore with Richard Wiese

To Dine For with Kate Sullivan

Kentucky to the World: Chuck Brymer: A World of Influence

Kentucky WWII Veterans: In Their Own Words

VolunTour Kentucky: American Red Cross

Reel Visions

Bataan: The Harrodsburg Tankers

Museum Secrets: Inside the Louvre

Italy’s Invisible Cities: Florence

Frontline: Sex Trafficking In America

BBC World News

Kentucky Collectibles

Song of the Mountains: Riley Anglen & The Big Guns; Appalachian Trail

800 Words

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Two

Life on the Line: It’s About The Journey

Overheard with Evan Smith

Voice of the Epilepsies

Kentucky’s Secret Gardens

Real Stories from Rural America: Building Hope: The Don and Mira Ball Story Headwaters: To Save the Land and People

Nature: Soul of the Elephant

Nova: Inside Einstein’s Mind

Light Falls

Yellowstone: Autumn

Scramble the Seawolves

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Potter’s Field

Music Anywhere

WoodSongs: Chris Stills and Abbie Gardner

Father Brown: The Flower of the Fairway

BBC World News

The This Old House Hour: Brookline Midcentury Modern House | What’s the Miter

Museum Secrets: Inside the Louvre

Reel South: Saint Cloud Hill

Music Voyager: Peru: Museum Access Lima Original

Kentucky Afield

Bluegrass and Backroads

Tim Farmer’s Country Transformative Kentucky to the World: Chuck Brymer: A Kitchen Travels: Episode Two World of Influence

Comment on Kentucky

Washington Week

Monrovia, Indiana

Kentucky Afield

Light Falls

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Ingrid Bergman

Last of the Summer Wine

Disrupting the Opioid Epidemic: A KET Forum

WoodSongs: Chris Stills and Abbie Gardner

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Unsung Hero: The Horse in the Civil War

Louisville Life

Focusing the Universe

Comment on Kentucky

Bluegrass Underground

Jubilee: The Roys/Darin & Brooke Aldridge/ The Bankesters

Keeping Up Appearances

Scully/The World Show

Austin City Limits: Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit/Amanda Shires

Movie Classics: From Here to Eternity

National Memorial Day Concert

Kentucky Life

BBC World News

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Forgotten at the Finish Line Harriette Arnow/Ourselves and That Promise

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Follow the Water

Doc Martin: Born with a Shotgun

Kentucky Life

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Antiques Roadshow: Hotel del Coronado Hour 3

Doc Martin: Born with a Shotgun

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You Are Not Alone

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Spirited Sounds, Tall Tales, and Amazing Grace Penny & Red: The Life of Secretariat’s Owner Kentucky Music

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Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Two

Live from Lincoln Center: Megan Hilty in Concert

Daniel Sprick: Pursuit of Truth and Beauty

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National Memorial Day Concert

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

The Breaks: Centuries of Struggle

Father Brown: The Flower of the Fairway Heartland Dulcimer Club Concert of the Stars

Frontline – Sex Trafficking In America


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 26 SUNDAY

8/7 pm National Memorial Day Concert The 30th anniversary broadcast of America’s national night of remembrance, co-hosted by Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise, honors the service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform. 9/8 pm Yellowstone Autumn Fall is Yellowstone’s shortest season, where conditions change from summer to winter in just two months, forcing animals to leave or prepare for winter. 11/10 pm Jamestown Episode Two The Rutters start a money-making adventure with brutal consequences. The Sharrows look for a way out of a compromising situation, inadvertently made worse by Alice.

27 MONDAY

8/7 pm D-Day at Pointe-du-Hoc The daring mission by the U.S. Army’s 2nd Ranger battalion scaled the 100-foot cliffs of Pointe-du-Hoc in Normandy on June 6, 1944, to destroy six German cannons thought to be located there. 9/8 pm You Are Not Alone Whole Child/ Whole School After decades of standardized tests and other quantitative evaluation methods, schools are recognizing that the mental health needs of their students are equally important. 10/9 pm Anne Morgan’s War American heiress Anne Morgan used her own money and the fruits of intense fundraising into rebuilding Picardy, a region in northern France which had been devastated by World War I.

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8/7 pm Museum Secrets Inside the Louvre Chase the thief who stole the Mona Lisa and learn how she became so famous. The official portrait of Napoleon’s coronation uncovers a canvas of lies. And a king’s assassination reveals if the assailant was a lone knife-man or in league with an evil Queen. 9/8 pm Italy’s Invisible Cities Florence Learn how Florence's facades and artworks mask a hidden story of intrigue and secrecy, including one of the most spellbinding achievements of architecture - the dome of Florence’s cathedral. 10/9 pm Frontline Sex Trafficking In America A look inside a police unit and a victim’s harrowing story shed light on the hidden reality of sex trafficking.

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8/7 pm Nature Soul of the Elephant Filmed over two years, this program looks at the life of two bull elephants, their migrations and their encounters with lions and hyenas. 9/8 pm Nova Inside Einstein’s Mind This program examines Einstein’s simple but powerful ideas that reshaped our understanding of gravity, illuminating the theory of general relativity. 10/9 pm Light Falls Physicist Brian Greene uncovers how Albert Einstein developed his theory of relativity through this unique theatrical work.

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8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Hotel del Coronado Hour 3 Finds include a Dr. Seuss-illustrated program and drawing, Seth

Kinman’s Colt Model 1851 presentation pistol and a 1920 John Fery oil. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Born with a Shotgun Sleepless nights are taking their toll on Martin and Louisa. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Flower of the Fairway Local feathers are ruffled when an ostentatious American opens up a golf club near Kembleford, and a body is discovered in the reeds.

31 FRIDAY

9/8 pm Monrovia, Indiana The film examines daily life in the farming community of Monrovia, Indiana, founded in 1834.

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8/7 pm Kentucky Life These Kentuckians had the right stuff to become astronauts; the American dream of home ownership comes true through the work of HOMES Inc. in Whitesburg; and kids in need in Central Kentucky celebrate their birthdays with the help of Sweet Blessings. 9/8 pm Movie Classics From Here to Eternity While a Japanese attack looms, an Army sergeant, a former boxer, and an officer’s wife become entangled with others at a Pearl Harbor base. Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, and Deborah Kerr star. (1953) 11/10 pm Austin City Limits Jason Isbell and his band showcase their acclaimed roots rock from The Nashville Sound. Singer/songwriter/violinist Amanda Shires unveils her distinctive take on country music from My Piece of Land.

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Pride & Prejudice

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It’s a Grand Night for Singing: 25th Anniversary

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Walking Into The Unknown

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Three Urban Conversion

bookclub@KET: Newfound

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: Hawaii Calls and Colgate Comedy Hour

Reel Visions

Great Conversations: Thomas Friedman and Congressman John Yarmuth

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Early Learning: A KET Forum

You Are Not Alone

You Are Not Alone: Suicide Prevention

The Truth About Dementia

BBC World News

Comment on Kentucky

Antiques Roadshow: Biloxi (Part 3)

Revolutionizing Dementia Care

Bourbon and Kentucky: A History Distilled

Kentucky Muse: Appalatin

Museum Secrets: Inside the Rom

Hitler’s Holocaust Railways

EVA: A-7063

Song of the Mountains: Trinity River Band; Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper

800 Words

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Three

Life on the Line: The Lasting Impact

A History of Kentucky In 25 Objects

Land, Leaders and Legacies: The Story of Mahr Park

Catching a Killer: Colon Cancer

Early Learning: A KET Forum

Nature: My Congo

Space Race: Race for Rockets

Space Race: Race for Satellites (9:51)

BBC World News

Pride & Prejudice

Pride & Prejudice (8:54)

Pride & Prejudice (9:48)

The People’s Protectors

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Madisonville

A History of Kentucky In 25 Objects

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Biloxi (Part 3)

Doc Martin: Mother Knows Best

Father Brown: The Two Deaths of Hercule Flambeau

BBC World News

The This Old House Hour: Brookline MidCentury Modern House | See Glass

Museum Secrets: Inside the Rom

The Secret Weapon That Won World War II

Music Voyager: Peru: Museum Access Paracas

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Lessons in Compromise

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

Comment on Kentucky

Washington Week

Loretta Lynn: American Masters Movie Classics: South Pacific

Distinguished Kentuckian: Carl Perkins

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Movie Classics: Sideways

Kentucky Afield

Run That by Me Again

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Jack Lemmon

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: John Oates

Kentucky Music

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Awakening in Taos: The Mabel Dodge Luhan Born to Explore with Story Richard Wiese

Kentucky Muse: Dale Kentucky Afield Daniel Leys

Doc Martin: Mother Knows Best

Early Learning: A KET Forum 10 VISION S

Pride & Prejudice (9:50)

Keeping Up Appearances

Connections with Renee Shaw

Conversations with Champions: Hal Smith and Bill Malone BBC World News

Connections with Renee Shaw

Connections with Renee Shaw

Connections with Renee Shaw

Connections with Renee Shaw

Overheard with Evan Smith

Connections with Renee Shaw

Jubilee: Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper/ Jaclyn Sites: Grand Master Fiddle Champion

BBC World News

Comment on Kentucky

To Dine For with Kate Sullivan

Kentucky Life

Kentucky Health: Genetic Testing

WoodSongs: John Oates Kentucky’s Natural Heritage (11:12 pm)

Austin City Limits – Florence + The Machine

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Two Deaths of Hercule Flambeau

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper/ Jaclyn Sites: Grand Master Fiddle Champion

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EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 2 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Pride & Prejudice Mr. Bingley has bought Netherfield Park and has brought his sisters and friend, Mr. Darcy, with him. To Mrs. Bennet at Longbourn House, they are the answer to her prayers. 8:55/7:55 pm Pride & Prejudice The Bennets are expecting a visitor - Mr. Bennet’s clergyman cousin Mr. Collins, who will inherit the estate in the absence of any direct male heirs. 9:50/8:50 pm Pride & Prejudice Elizabeth is shocked to discover that her best friend, Charlotte Lucas, has accepted Mr. Collins’ proposal - less than three days after his proposal to her.

3 MONDAY

8/7 pm Early Learning: A KET Forum Renee Shaw hosts a town hall-style conversation with lawmakers, educators, and advocates about early childhood education and what it means to prepare a child to succeed. 9/8 pm You Are Not Alone Trauma and Toxic Stress Discover what the terms mean, how they impact children, and what schools and communities can do to mitigate the impact of these negative forces.

4 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Museum Secrets Inside the Rom A tiny mummy is unwrapped to shed light on how an Egyptian baby died 2000 years ago. And field test with a crossbow and a musket determines which is the deadliest killing machine.

Loretta Lynn: American Masters

9/8 pm Hitler’s Holocaust Railways Chris Tarrant examines the Nazi’s scheme to build the world’s most extensive railway leading up to World War II and meets with Holocaust survivors to hear their stories. 10/9 pm EVA: A-7063 Explore the true story of an Auschwitz survivor’s journey to forgiveness and healing. Eva Mozes Kor fought to stay alive inside the concentration camp where she and her sister Miriam were one of “Mengele’s twins.”

5 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature My Congo Wildlife cameraman Vianet Djenguet returns to his roots to reveal the beauty and majesty of his homeland, Congo. 9/8 pm Space Race Race for Rockets Soviet and American intelligence become locked in a deadly race to capture Wernher von Braun, the Nazi scientist behind Hitler’s terror weapon, the V-2 rocket. 9:51/8:51 pm Space Race Race for Satellites Werhner von Braun, once Hitler’s leading rocket scientist, is now in America where he hopes to launch the world’s first satellite.

6 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Biloxi (Part 3) Finds include a suit worn by Olivia de Haviland; a circa 1890 French industrial clock; and four 1827 watercolor portraits attributed to a mysterious artist who never signed his work. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Mother Knows Best It’s Portwenn Fun Day. The event sparks

a culinary rivalry between Bert Large, who runs Large’s Restaurant, and the landlord of the Crab and Lobster pub. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Two Deaths of Hercule Flambeau Following reports of Flambeau’s death, Father Brown races to protect a crown that contains a nail from the crucifixion of Christ.

7 FRIDAY

9/8 pm Loretta Lynn: American Masters From her Appalachian roots to the Oscarwinning biopic Coal Miner’s Daughter, country music legend Loretta Lynn struggled to balance family and her music career and is still going strong over 50 years later.

8 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Playing whiffle ball at Princeton’s Little Busch Stadium; go climb a tree at EarthJOY Treehouse Adventures; African-Americans came to work in the coal mines and are now making new lives in Lynch; Dayton and Bellevue football teams meet again in the Kentucky's most-played rivalry. 9/8 pm Movie Classics Sideways Two friends ponder their lives and relationships during a road trip through California wine country. Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church star. (2004) 11:30/10:30 pm Austin City Limits British sensation Florence blazes through songs from her latest LP, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. San Diego’s Andra Day sings tunes from her soulful debut, Cheers to the Fall.

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Pride & Prejudice (8:53)

Pride & Prejudice (9:43)

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Four

Loretta Lynn: American Masters

Stickman: The Roosevelt Wilkerson Story

Urban Conversion

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

Great Conversations:: Robert Wright and Jon Bluegrass and Kabat-Zinn Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Kentucky Tonight

Animal Babies: Safari Babies

Canine Soldiers: The Militarization of Love

Comment on Kentucky

Antiques Roadshow: San Diego (Part 2)

Hitler’s Holocaust Railways

EVA: A-7063

Dreamers & Doers: Voices of Kentucky Women

Kentucky Muse: Actors Theatre of Louisville

Kentucky Afield

Museum Secrets: Inside the Egyptian Museum

American Experience: Stonewall Uprising

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Conversations with Champions: Mike Battaglia

Frontline: Topic to be announced

BBC World News

Life on the Line: Against All Odds

Kentucky Veterans of the Vietnam War: In Their Own Words

with Generations of Honor Connections Renee Shaw

Kentucky Tonight

Nature: Nature’s Miniature Miracles

Space Race: Race for Survival

Space Race: Race to the Moon (9:52)

BBC World News

Pride & Prejudice

Pride & Prejudice (8:53)

Pride & Prejudice (9:43)

NHK Special: Medical Frontiers - Search for Superfoods in Okinawa

Connections with Renee Shaw

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: San Diego (Part 2)

Father Brown: The Great Train Robbery

BBC World News

Animal Babies: Safari Babies

Music Voyager: Peru: Museum Access Amazon

A Kentucky Treasure: Connections with A Center for All Renee Shaw

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Beyond Measure

Doc Martin: Remember Me

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Comment on Kentucky

Washington Week

American Masters: Terrence McNally

Doc Martin: Remember Me

Movie Classics: From Here to Eternity

Distinguished Kentuckian

Distinguished Kentuckian

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Kentucky Afield

Movie Classics: South Pacific

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

Kentucky Music: Karly Dawn Higgins

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Run That by Me Again

Keeping Up Appearances

WoodSongs: George Winston and the Outside Track

Connections with Renee Shaw

Overheard with Evan Smith

In Performance at the Governor’s Mansion: Series Premiere: Showcase of Kentucky Talent Before Vegas, There Was Newport

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Burt Last of the Summer Nashville Lancaster Wine

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Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Four

Canine Soldiers: The Militarization of Love 12 VISION S

To Dine For with Kate Sullivan

Song of the Mountains: Loose Strings; Mike 800 Words Stevens & Raymond McLain

The This Old House Hour: Brookline MidMuseum Secrets: Inside the Egyptian century Modern House | Attack of the Giant Tile Museum

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BBC World News

bookclub@KET: The Barbarian Parade

PBS Previews: Country Music

Jubilee: Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice/ Blue Highway Kentucky Life

BBC World News

Kentucky Health: Hypertension

Comment on Kentucky

Scully/The World Show

Comment on Kentucky

Connections with Renee Shaw

WoodSongs: George Winston and the Outside Track

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Great Train Robbery

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice/ Blue Highway

Stonewall Uprising: American Experience


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 9 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Pride & Prejudice Darcy waylays Elizabeth on her morning walk, hands her a letter and leaves. The contents leave Elizabeth reeling. 8:53/7:53 pm Pride & Prejudice The following day, the Bingleys and Georgiana (Darcy’s sister) arrive at Pemberley.

10 MONDAY

9/8 pm Animal Babies Safari Babies A separated elephant calf and her mom must battle against scorching heat to search for their family, and a zebra foal has to cross a crocodile-infested river. 10/9 pm Canine Soldiers: The Militarization of Love The intimate bond between Military Working Dogs and their combat soldier handlers are explored.

11 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Museum Secrets Inside the Egyptian Museum Search for the lost tomb of Ramesses the Great, and discover how a poor Pharaoh amassed a hoard of gold to rival King Tut. 9/8 pm American Experience Stonewall Uprising When gay bar Stonewall Inn was raided in 1969, gay men and women did something they had not done before: they fought back and the streets of New York erupted into violent protests and demonstrations, announcing that the gay rights movement had arrived.

Nature – Nature’s Miniature Miracles

12 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Nature Nature’s Miniature Miracles The epic survival stories of the world’s smallest animals, from a tiny sengi, the “cheetah” of the shrew world, to a small shark that walks on land. 9/8 pm Space Race Race for Survival Wernher von Braun is determined to seize the lead and send the first man into space. 9:52/8:52 pm Space Race Race to the Moon After the successful Soviet launch of the first man in space in 1961, President Kennedy sets the greatest scientific challenge in history, to land a man on the moon before the decade is out.

14 FRIDAY

9/8 pm American Masters Terrence McNally Explore Tony-winning playwright Quality programs. On your schedule. Terrence McNally’s six groundbreaking decades in theater. The film delves into McNally’s pursuit of love and inspiration, LGBTQ activism, triumph over addiction, and the power of the arts to transform society. 10:30/9:30 pm PBS Previews: Country Music Join celebrated musicians for a concert celebrating the upcoming film by Ken Burns. Hosted by Burns and featuring appearances by Dierks Bentley, Rosanne Cash, Rhiannon Giddens, Vince Gill, Kathy Mattea, Marty Stuart, Dwight Yoakam, and more.

13 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow San Diego (Part 2) An 18th-century ivory carved crèche, a beautifully preserved banner from George Washington’s inauguration ball, and a circa 1900 Turkmenistan rug. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Remember Me PC Joe Penhale has an unexpected visitor in the shape of his ex-wife Maggie. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Great Train Robbery Faced with the prospect of traveling in second class, Lady Felicia is delighted to run into opera legend Dame Bianca Norman who invites her and Mrs. McCarthy to join her in her private Pullman carriage.

15 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life Climb aboard and explore the Bourbon Trail with Doug Flynn and the good folks at Central Kentucky Tours; Harden Coffee in Campbellsville is a family business built from the “grounds” up; and meet some new neighbors at the nostalgic Wigwam Village Inn #2 in Cave City. 9/8 pm Movie Classics South Pacific A World War II nurse and a widower find love on an island paradise in a screen version of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical about tolerance. (1958)

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Secrets of Scotland Yard

16 SUN

American Masters: Terrence McNally

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

Arctic Daughter: A Lifetime of Wilderness

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

Great Conversations: Masha Gessen and Clarissa Ward

Kentucky Tonight

POV: Roll Red Roll

Animal Babies: Water Babies

bookclub@KET: A Yellow Raft in Blue

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule BBC World News

Speak My Name and Born to Explore with I Shall Live Again Richard Wiese

To Dine For with Kate Sullivan

American Experience: Stonewall Uprising

The Breaks: Centuries of Struggle

Kentucky Muse: Kentucky Chautauqua

Kentucky Afield

Museum Secrets: Inside the Natural History Museum

Lavender Scare

Frontline: Topic to be announced

BBC World News

Kentucky Collectibles

Song of the Mountains: The Dillards

800 Words

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Five

Life on the Line: Flight to Survive

Overheard with Evan Smith

Kentucky’s Secret Gardens

Commonwealth Curiosities: An Ode to Kentucky’s Unique Attractions

10 Buildings That Changed Louisville

Kentucky Tonight

The Nile: Rivers of Life

When Whales Walked: Journeys in Deep Time

Secrets of Scotland Yard

Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece: Pylon

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

Kentucky’s Secret Gardens

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Vintage St. Paul

Doc Martin: Don’t Let Go

Father Brown: The Passing Bell

BBC World News

The This Old House Hour: Finally Finishes | Deck Staining

Museum Secrets: Inside the Natural History Museum

Animal Babies: Water Babies

Music Voyager: Peru: Museum Access: The Contemporary Lima Field Museum

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Unbridled Vines

Comment on Kentucky

Washington Week

American Masters: Carole King

American Masters: Robert Shaw

Connections with Renee Shaw

Connections with Renee Shaw

Conversations with Champions: Rex Chapman

BBC World News

Connections with Renee Shaw

Scramble the Seawolves Connections with Renee Shaw

Connections with Renee Shaw

Jubilee: The SteelDrivers/The Clay Hess Band Kentucky Life

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Sunnyside of Life BBC World News

Kentucky Health

Labyrinths of Kentucky

Comment on Kentucky

Doc Martin: Don’t Let Go

Movie Classics: Sideways

Distinguished Kentuckian

Distinguished Kentuckian

Reel Visions

Kentucky Life

Kentucky Afield

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None (9:56)

And Then There Were None (10:53)

Last of the Summer Wine

As Time Goes By

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Passing Bell

Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: The SteelDrivers/The Clay Hess Band

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Gary Cooper Lanham Brothers Jamboree

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Antiques Roadshow: Vintage St. Paul

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Run That by Me Again

Keeping Up Appearances

Kentucky Music: Rich WoodSongs: Judy Collins and Ari Hest and the Po' Folk

Secrets of Scotland Yard 14 VISION S

Hollywood Idols: Burt Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Five Lancaster

Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece: Pylon

Comment on Kentucky

Connections with Renee Shaw

WoodSongs: Judy Collins and Ari Hest

When Whales Walked: Journeys in Deep Time


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 16 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Secrets of Scotland Yard A look at London’s police force sheds light on what it takes to become a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. 9/8 pm Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece Season Premiere The murder of a schoolgirl brings Endeavour back to Oxford. When he refuses to accept that the main suspect is guilty, Endeavour must uncover the truth and rescue the victim before it’s too late. 11/10 pm Jamestown Episode Five Farlow returns with an alchemist in tow, which leads to an unusual revelation. Maria and Pedro are framed for a crime and seek help from the Rutters.

17 MONDAY

9/8 pm Animal Babies Safari Babies On the vast plains of Africa, animal babies encounter the world’s top predators and face intense competition. 10/9 pm POV Roll Red Roll Go behind the headlines of the assault of a teenage girl by members of a high school football team, uncovering the deep-seated and social media-fueled “boys will be boys” culture at the root of high school sexual assault in America.

18 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Museum Secrets Inside the Natural History Museum We examine a skull to discover if prehistoric Britons were cannibals, pull a killer shark from a pool of formaldehyde to find out how it helped swimmers win Olympic gold, and dare a

American Masters – Carole King

curator to handle a famous gem said to kill all who touch it. 9/8 pm Lavender Scare Tens of thousands of federal workers who were either fired or denied employment in the 1950s stirred outrage in the gay community and started an LGBTQ rights movement with an unlikely hero at the forefront.

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8/7 pm The Nile: Rivers of Life The world’s longest river provides a lifeline for Africa’s wildest beasts and incredible cultures. 9/8 pm When Whales Walked: Journeys in Deep Time Meet the ancient ancestors of crocodiles, birds, whales, and elephants. Scientists follow clues from the fossil record and use technology to make exciting new discoveries.

20 THURSDAY

8/7 pm Antiques Roadshow Vintage St. Paul Cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds. 9/8 pm Doc Martin Don’t Let Go Joe Penhale is desperate to keep his ex-wife Maggie and show her he’s changed. 10/9 pm Father Brown The Passing Bell A new musical director for the bell-ringers of St. Marys leads to discord, disharmony, and murder.

21 FRIDAY

9/8 pm American Masters Carole King Delve into the hit singer-songwriter’s life and career from 1960s New York to the music mecca of ‘70s LA to the present. King joins collaborators and family in new interviews, while rare home movies, performances, and photos complete the tapestry. 10/9 pm American Masters Robert Shaw Trace the journey of one of the greatest choral music conductors in the world. With no formal training, Robert Shaw achieved early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music’s choral masterpieces.

22 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life The only limit is your imagination at Makerspaces in Lexington and Burlington; a new lease on life after spinal cord injury at the University of Louisville; the life and art of one of Northern Kentucky’s great artists Frank Duveneck; and Bowling Green’s Duncan Hines is America’s first foodie. 9/8 pm And Then There Were None Ten mismatched strangers find themselves cut off from civilization on an isolated rock off the Devon coast with a murderer in their midst. 9:56/8:56 pm And Then There Were None The guests on Soldier Island are dying one by one, according to the rules of the nursery rhyme Ten Little Soldier Boys. As they make plans to combat the killer, the body count continues to rise.

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Poldark Season 4 on Masterpiece: Episode One

Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece: Apollo

American Masters: Carole King

American Masters: Robert Shaw

Video Vault - Kentucky Edition: The Scarlet Letter and Night in the Show Kentucky Tonight Live from Washington, D.C.

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Lavender Scare

Urban Conversion

bookclub@KET: The Way West

Great Conversations: David Frum and David Jolly

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

Born to Explore with Richard Wiese

To Dine For with Kate Sullivan

POV: The Gospel of Eureka

Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Reno

The Nile: Rivers of Life

New Leash on Life: The K9s for Warriors Story

A Force for Nature: Lucy Braun

Kentucky Muse: Merle Travis: Guitar Man

Kentucky Afield

Secrets of the Dead: World War Speed

Tiananmen: The People Versus the Party

Song of the Mountains: Bill & Maggie Anderson; VW Boys

800 Words

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Six

The Show Starts at Dark

Our Library

American Chestnut

Amazon: Rivers of Life

Nova: First Man on the Moon

Nova: Asteroid: Doomsday or Payday?

Poldark Season 4 on Masterpiece: Episode One

Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece: Apollo

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

The Show Starts at Dark

Kentucky Life

Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Reno

Doc Martin: Cats and Sharks

Father Brown: The Whistle in the Dark

BBC World News

The This Old House Hour: Taking Modern Back to the Future | Historic Plantings

Secrets of the Dead: World War Speed

Animal Babies: Mountain Babies

Music Voyager: Museum Access: The Yellow Roads of Italy Metropolitan

Kentucky Afield

Kentucky Life

Tim Farmer’s Country Lanham Brothers Kitchen Jamboree

Flaget High School: Connections with The Great Spirit Lives On Renee Shaw

Appalshop@40: Classics from the Collection: Big Lever

Comment on Kentucky

Washington Week

Big Pacific: Mysterious

Great Yellowstone Thaw

BBC World News

Doc Martin: Cats and Sharks

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None (9:57)

And Then There Were None (10:53)

Distinguished Kentuckian: Adron Doran

Reel Visions

Comment on Kentucky

Connections with Renee Shaw

WoodSongs: EmiSunshine and Blue Highway

Kentucky Life

Burton & Taylor

Hollywood Idols: Grace Kelly

Austin City Limits: Cece Winans/St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Still Open All Hours

Father Brown: The Whistle in the Dark

Kentucky Afield

Run That by Me Again

Conversations with Champions: Tom Leach BBC World News

Connections with Renee Shaw

Kentucky Collectibles

Life on the Line: Love Overheard with Evan for Lexi Smith Kentucky Tonight BBC World News

Connections with Renee Shaw

2018 Blues Music Awards Connections with Renee Shaw

Jubilee: Marty Raybon & Full Circle/ Lonesome River Band Kentucky Life

Kentucky Health: Autism

Last of the Summer Wine

Lanham Brothers Jamboree

WoodSongs: EmiSunshine and Blue Highway Bluegrass Underground

Music Anywhere

Jubilee: Marty Raybon & Full Circle/ Lonesome River Band

Poldark Season 4 on Masterpiece: Poldark Season 4, Episode Two

Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece: Confection

Hollywood Idols: Grace Kelly

Jamestown: Season 2 - Episode Seven

Big Pacific: Mysterious

Great Yellowstone Thaw

Kentucky Music: Adkins and O’Quinn

Keeping Up Appearances

Connections with Renee Shaw

BBC World News

Ray Stevens CabaRay Hollywood Idols: Nashville Grace Kelly

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

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Animal Babies: Mountain Babies

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Hollywood Idols: Gary Cooper

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As Time Goes By

Isaac Pope: The Spirit of an American Century

Urban Conversion

bookclub@KET: Lonesome Road

Great Conversations: Malcolm Nance and Ned Price

Bluegrass and Backroads

Kentucky Time Capsule

POV – The Gospel of Eureka


EVENING HIGHLIGHTS 23 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Poldark Season 4 on Masterpiece Episode One The Prime Minister calls an election and uncertainty grips the country. 9/8 pm Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece Apollo A car accident proves to be murder, leading Endeavour to investigate suspects in the Oxford astrophysics department and a TV puppet studio. 10:30/9:30 pm Hollywood Idols Gary Cooper: The Face of a Hero Though he rarely played a villain and was an adept comedian, Gary Cooper is best remembered for the strong, silent heroes he portrayed.

24 MONDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Tonight: Live from Washington, D.C. Renee Shaw hosts a conversation with members of Kentucky's federal delegation from the rotunda of the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, D.C. 9/8 pm Animal Babies Mountain Babies Cute animals born in the mountains must battle extreme weather and hungry predators. With food difficult to find, they have to work hard for every mouthful. 10/9 pm POV The Gospel of Eureka Evangelical Christians and drag queens step into the spotlight to dismantle stereotypes in an Arkansas town.

25 TUESDAY

8/7 pm Secrets of the Dead World War Speed Follow historian James Holland on his quest to understand how the use of amphetamines affected the course of World War II and unleashed the first pharmacological arms race.

Nova: Asteroid: Doomsday or Payday?

9/8 pm Tiananmen: The People Versus the Party On June 4, 1989, a violent prodemocracy demonstration ended, leaving thousands dead and laying the foundation for China’s future.

26 WEDNESDAY

8/7 pm Amazon: Rivers of Life The river amasses one-fifth of Earth’s freshwater as it flows east from the Andes to the Atlantic, harboring many secret and extreme worlds. 9/8 pm Nova First Man on the Moon An intimate portrait of Neil Armstrong, an unassuming American hero whose combination of talent, luck and experience led to his successful command of Apollo 11. 10/9 pm Nova Asteroid: Doomsday or Payday? Would-be asteroid miners dream up their own program to scout for potentially profitable asteroids loaded with billions of dollars-worth of elements like iron, nickel and platinum.

27 THURSDAY

9/8 pm Doc Martin Cats and Sharks Bert Large’s restaurant business is in financial trouble. Eleanor comes to Bert’s rescue with a plan to boost business at the restaurant. 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.

28 FRIDAY

9/8 pm Big Pacific Mysterious Explorers are only beginning to plumb the depths of the Pacific, yearning to unravel its mysteries, but the ocean doesn’t give up secrets willingly. 10/9 pm Great Yellowstone Thaw A Yellowstone winter is a brutal one and the wildlife have to find strategies to survive.

29 SATURDAY

8/7 pm Kentucky Life eKAMI teaches coal miners new trades in an advanced facility in Paintsville; grab a box of chocolates and the Opera Creams at Schneider’s Sweet Shop in Bellevue; and fathers and daughters carry on a barber legacy in Louisville and Elizabethtown. 9/8 pm Burton & Taylor Starring Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West, this captivating drama tells the tale of Hollywood’s original ‘it’ couple in the twilight of their star-crossed relationship. 11/10 pm Austin City Limits Thrill to an hour of soul and gospel. Grammy-winning legend CeCe Winans sings new songs and classics from her catalog, while breakout sensations St. Paul & The Broken Bones support their acclaimed album, Sea of Noise.

30 SUNDAY

8/7 pm Poldark Season 4 on Masterpiece Episode Two The Poldarks determine to get their relationship on track and the Enyses announce they’re expecting a child. 9/8 pm Endeavour Season 6 on Masterpiece Confection A triple murder exposes the secrets of a village in the grip of some very deadly rumors.

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Wai Lana Yoga

Wai Lana Yoga

Wai Lana Yoga

Wai Lana Yoga

Wai Lana Yoga

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6:30/5:30

Splash and Bubbles

Body Electric

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Body Electric

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Body Electric

Splash and Bubbles

7:00/6:00

Sesame Street

Ready Jet Go!

Ready Jet Go! (4,11,18)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (25)

Ready Jet Go!

Ready Jet Go! (6,13,20)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (27)

Ready Jet Go! (7,14,28)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (21)

Sesame Street

7:30/6:30

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts (6,13,20)

Wild Kratts (7,14,28)

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

8:00/7:00

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat (5,12,26)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (19)

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

8:30/7:30

Curious George

Curious George

Curious George

Curious George (5,12,26) Curious George

Curious George

Curious George

9:00/8:00

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!

9:30/8:30

Nature Cat

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Nature Cat

10:00/9:00

Ready Jet Go!

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

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

The Best of The Joy of Painting

11:00/10:00

Kentucky Collectibles

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

11:30/10:30

Kentucky Health

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Splash and Bubbles

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

12:00/11:00

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

12:30/11:30

Washington Week

The Cat in the Hat Knows a The Cat in the Hat Knows a The Cat in the Hat Knows a The Cat in the Hat Knows a The Cat in the Hat Knows a Bluegrass and Backroads Lot About That! Lot About That! Lot About That! Lot About That! Lot About That!

1:00/12:00

Comment on Kentucky

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions (1)/ In the Americas with David Yetman (8,15,22,29)

1:30/12:30

Connections with Renee Shaw

SuperWHY!

SuperWHY!

SuperWHY!

SuperWHY!

SuperWHY!

Rick Steves’ Europe

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific (4,11,25)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (18)

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna! (4,11,25)

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

A Chef's Life

Nature Cat (3,10,24)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Nature Cat Step (17)

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Lidia’s Kitchen

Wild Kratts (3,10,24)

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts (7,14,28)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (21) Odd Squad (7,14,28)

2:00/1:00 800 Words

2:30/1:30 3:00/2:00 3:30/2:30 4:00/3:00 4:30/3:30 5:00/4:00 5:30/4:30

The Great British Baking Show

Kentucky Life Kentucky Afield

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Odd Squad (6,13,27)/ Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step (20)

Cyberchase

Cyberchase

Cyberchase

Cyberchase (6,13,27)

Cyberchase

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

The This Old House Hour

Antiques Roadshow

6:00/5:00

Last of the Summer Wine

BBC World News America BBC World News America BBC World News America BBC World News America BBC World News America

6:30/5:30

Keeping Up Appearances (2,9,16,23)/ Downton Abbey: Season 5 on Masterpiece (30)

Nightly Business Report

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

The Lawrence Welk Show

Downton Abbey: Season 5 PBS NewsHour on Masterpiece (2,9,16,23)

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Nightly Business Report

Nightly Business Report

Nightly Business Report

Nightly Business Report

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen The Red Green Show

PBS KIDS Programming


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SATURDAY Great Decisions in Foreign Policy

6:00/5:00

Focus on Europe

6:30/5:30

Closer to Truth

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

Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick

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 Stich

Fresh Quilting

Knit and Crochet Now

Painting with Wilson Bickford

10:00/9:00

Expeditions with Patrick McMillan

Beyond Your Backyard

Weekends with Yankee

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Equitrekking

Curious Traveler

Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg

10:30/9:30

Seeing Canada

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

Rick Steves' Europe

Daytripper

Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Weekends with Yankee

11:00/10:00

Rick Steves' Europe

Music Voyager

Curious Traveler

Journeys in Japan

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Tennessee Wild Side

Born to Explore with Richard Wiese

11:30/10:30

Growing a Greener World

EcoSense for Living

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Garden Smart

Growing a Greener World

J. Schwanke's Life in Bloom

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

12:00/11:00

Kevin Belton's New Orleans Kitchen

Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh

A Taste of History

Ciao Italia

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Mike Colameco's Real Food

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

12:30/11:30

Cook's Country

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food A Chef's Life

Taste of Malaysia with Martin Yan

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Pati's Mexican Table

My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas

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

Amanpour and Company

Amanpour and Company

Comment on Kentucky

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 Fire Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

The Great British Baking Show

2:00/1:00

Last of the Summer Wine

Kentucky Health

Wider World

Second Opinion

Growing Bolder

American Health Journal

Desert Speaks

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Keeping Up Appearances

Beyond Your Backyard

Weekends with Yankee

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Equitrekking

Curious Traveler

Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg

3:00/2:00

As Time Goes By

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

Rick Steves' Europe

Daytripper

Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Weekends with Yankee

3:30/2:30

Still Open All Hours

Music Voyager

Curious Traveler

Journeys in Japan

Tennessee Valley Uncharted

Tennessee Wild Side

Rick Steves' Europe

The American Woodshop

This Old House

The Woodwright's Shop

Woodsmith Shop

This Old House

MotorWeek

Home Diagnosis

Ask This Old House

Classic Woodworking

Kentucky Afield

Ask This Old House

Legends of Airpower

Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh

A Taste of History

Ciao Italia

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Mike Colameco's Real Food

PBS NewsHour Weekend

Taste of Malaysia with Martin Martha Stewart's Cooking Yan School

Pati's Mexican Table

Bluegrass and Backroads

4:00/3:00 Doc Martin

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

PBS NewsHour Weekend

5:30/4:30

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Jamie's Quick & Easy Food

A Chef's Life

6:00/5:00

Connections with Renee Shaw America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

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

Lidia's Kitchen Nature (1,8,15)/ Nile: Rivers of Life (22)/ Amazon: Rivers of Life (29)

The Great British Baking Show

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To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

7:00/6:00

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

Kentucky Life Nova

7:30/6:30

Christopher Kimball's Milk Steve Raichlen's Project Fire Street Television

Fishing Behind the Lines History Detectives

Kentucky Collectibles

Simply Ming

Downton Abbey: Season 5 on Masterpiece

Finding Your Roots

Classic Gospel

The Red Green Show

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Attention viewers in Hazard and Morehead: Plan to Rescan! Do you live in the Hazard or Morehead areas and get KET through an antenna? This info is for you! KET’s Rescan Day for Hazard and Morehead is Friday, June 21. Because of FCC-mandated changes, most television stations, including KET, are making updates. This means that on June 21, your KET channel will go black if you live in the Hazard or Morehead areas and use an antenna to watch TV. To receive KET, you’ll need to rescan your TV channels. For more information, visit KET.org/rescan or call (866) 291-8189. For KET viewers in these areas who have cable or satellite, you do not need to do anything. (The Rescan Day for all other areas of Kentucky is in October.)

KET wins broadcasting awards KET recently was recognized with two statewide awards from the Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters Association. KET was awarded first-place for public affairs programming for its Disrupting the Opioid Epidemic: A KET Forum, a town-hall style discussion that brought together leaders across Kentucky’s law enforcement, mental health, education and labor sectors to discuss strategies for addressing the state’s opioid epidemic. Additionally, KET also won a second-place award in political coverage for its Legislative Update series, which offers daily coverage and analysis of the legislative session in Frankfort. The judges’ notes said the program was “tough but fair” and helped viewers “walk away with an understanding of an issue from multiple perspectives.” 20 VISION S

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KET is going on a seven-city tour across Kentucky this summer to preview Big Family: The Story of Bluegrass Music. The feature-length documentary offers a comprehensive look at the history of bluegrass music and showcases footage and recordings from over a half century from some of the genre’s most-celebrated performers. The film, which will air nationally on PBS, premieres in August. Events are free, but registration is required. Visit KET.org/events to sign up. PREVIEW EVENT SCHEDULE Saturday, July 13: Owensboro • Sunday, July 14: Paducah Tuesday, July 16: Lexington • Thursday, July 18: Morehead Tuesday, July 23: Murray • Tuesday, July 30: Louisville Thursday, Aug. 1: Prestonsburg


Floyd County families help pilot workshop series on playful learning KET’s early childhood education staff joined families in Floyd County to pilot a new Ready Jet Go! family community learning workshop series. The series, sponsored by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting through its Ready To Learn program, encourages playful learning through hands-on activities. KET staff meet with families once each week over a four-week period to share a meal and teach fun ways to integrate science and literacy learning in their home activities. These workshops will ultimately be available for anyone to use through PBS LearningMedia, an online repository of more than 120,000 free educational lessons and digital resources.

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Young Writers Contest selects winners, honors student storytellers More than 1,300 students flexed their creative muscles in the 2019 KET Young Writers Contest, an annual event designed to improve children’s literacy skills through hands-on, active learning. KET salutes the K-12th grade authors of the winning entries and all the talented student storytellers who entered the illustrated story, short story and poetry categories. You can read all the winning entries at KET.org/writerscontest.

ILLUSTRATED STORY Kindergarten First place: Grace Hardin, Ku’u lpo Academy (homeschool), Louisville; Second place: Channing Seaton, Clark Elementary School, West Paducah; Third place: Maryam Gauhar, Islamic School of Louisville. First Grade First place: Liam Sweeney, Redwood Cooperative School, Lexington; Second place: Sam Schaeffer, Villa Madonna Academy, Burlington; Third place: Stella Heathcoat, The Lexington School, Lexington. Second Grade First place: Ibraheem Gauhar, Islamic School of Louisville; Second place: Ryan Maya, Islamic School of Louisville; Third place: Claire Stites, Model Laboratory, Richmond. Third Grade First place: Adah Hardin, Ku’u lpo Academy (homeschool), Louisville; Second place: Hayyan Ahmad, Islamic School of Louisville; Third place: Lily Nieman, Newton Parrish Elementary, Owensboro.

SHORT STORY Fourth Grade First place: Allie Holstein, Central Elementary, Barbourville; Second place: Zaineb Elmerse, Norton Elementary, Louisville; Third place: Lauren Spraggins, Lexington Christian Academy. Fifth Grade First place: Tessa Blain, H.W. Wilkey Elementary, Leitchfield; Second place: Gabe Resinger,

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Meadowthorpe Elementary, Lexington; Third place: Rylie Humphress, School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Lexington.

POETRY Sixth Grade First place: Hannah McGregor, School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Lexington; Second place: Hannah Cooksey, Highland Middle School, Louisville; Third place: Nina Tay, School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Lexington. Seventh Grade First place: Allie Neltner, Beaumont Middle School, Lexington; Second place: Leigha Browning, Olmstead School, Olmstead; Third place: Kaylee Belle Barnes, Clark Moores Middle School, Irvine. Eighth Grade First place: Marco Garcia, Leestown Middle School, Lexington; Second place: Lauren Wood, Noe Middle School, Louisville; Third place: Olivia Couch, South Laurel Middle School, London. High School First place: Nina Sherman, Eastern High School, Louisville; Second place: Caroline Winnenberg, Christian Academy of Louisville; Third place: Emily Cramer, Trinity Christian Academy, Lexington.

FREE VERSE POETRY High School First place: Olivia Creech, Harlan County High School, Benham; Second place: Brigid Regan McCarthy, Communications High School, Manasquan, New Jersey; Third place: Emmy Song, Montgomery Blair High School, Rockville, Maryland.

Winners from top to bottom: Grace Hardin, Hayyan Ahmad, Channing Seaton, Ibraheem Gauhar, Liam Sweeney


Kentucky Authority for Educational Television Chair: G. Dan Griffith, Owensboro • Vice Chair: Melissa Chastain, Ph.D., Anchorage • Secretary: Jeffrey Scott Jobe, Glasgow • Executive Committee at Large: Mary Bartlett Broecker, LaGrange; David Couch, Frankfort • Donna Moore Campbell, Lexington • Rusty Cheuvront, Louisville • Luke Mentzer, Lexington • Wayne Lewis, Commissioner of Education, Frankfort KET Foundation Inc. Members of the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television • Donna Wear, Paducah (Friends of KET representative) • Shae Hopkins, KET Executive Director (Treasurer) Friends of KET Executive Committee President: Martha Deener, Lexington • President-Elect: Sean Mestan, Princeton • Secretary: Kelly Green, Frankfort • Vice Presidents: Kathy Brauer, Henderson; Romanza Johnson, Bowling Green; A. Dale Josey, Louisville; Barbra Ledford, Baxter; Patricia Seiber, Murray • Past President: Donna Wear, Paducah • Nominating Chair: Carol Beirne, Fort Wright Commonwealth Fund for KET Chair: Nick Nicholson, Lexington • Chair Emeritus: John R. Hall, Lexington Secretary: Kimberly D. Patton, Hebron • Treasurer: John S. Domaschko, Covington • D.R. Ball, Lexington • Mira S. Ball, Lexington • Peggy Patterson, Prospect (Friends of KET representative) • Donna Moore Campbell, Lexington • Rusty Cheuvront, Louisville • Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, Louisville • G. Dan Griffith, Owensboro • Shae Hopkins, KET Executive Director • William J. Jones, Paducah • Nana Lampton, Louisville • Michael Owsley, Bowling Green • Hilma Prather, Somerset • Melanie Glasscock Simpson, Lexington • William T. Young Jr., Lexington VISIONS/ Volume XLII, Number 6 Visions is a membership benefit published monthly by KET, with funds from the KET Foundation Inc., 600 Cooper Drive, Lexington, KY, 40502-2296, (859) 258-7000. It is sent to active members of KET. KET does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status and/or disability in employment or the provision of services and provides, upon request, reasonable accommodation including auxiliary aids and services necessary to afford individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in all programs and activities.

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Cyberchase

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Pinkalicious & Peterrific

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Cyberchase

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The Cat in the Hat

7:00/6:00 am

WordGirl

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Dinosaur Train

7:30/6:30 am

Arthur

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Martha Speaks

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Ready Jet Go!

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Nature Cat

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Arthur

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Peep and the Big Wide World

10:30/9:30 pm

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Splash and Bubbles

11:00/10:30 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Pinkalicious & Peterrific

2:30/1:30 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

3:00/2:00 pm

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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The Cat in the Hat

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

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Coming this fall Mark your calendars for September 15, when Ken Burns’ documentary series Country Music premieres on KET and will be available for streaming in its entirety on KET Passport.

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