In this episode, three guests each learn about a grandparent whose real identity and background had been a mystery to them. Along the way, two of them also discover that their close relatives were on the wrong side of history. Guests: Christopher Walken, Carly Simon, Fred Armisen
George has everything going for him: Elizabeth, an heir, the Poldark acreage, and his own church. Meanwhile, Demelza’s brothers, Sam and Drake, take up preaching. After Caroline and Dwight elope, Dwight vanishes.
Actor and Kentucky native Harry Dean Stanton died Friday, Sept. 15, in Los Angeles. KET created this 2011 "Kentucky Muse" documentary about Stanton. Kris Kristofferson and Billy Bob Thornton are among those interviewed. The profile explores Stanton's early life in Kentucky, his love of music, and his extensive work in films.
Until his death at the age of 106, Tyrus Wong was America’s oldest living Chinese American artist and one of the last remaining artists from the golden age of Disney animation. The quiet beauty of his Eastern-influenced paintings had a pioneering impact on American art and popular culture.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Photographer Carol Peachee discusses her books, including "The Birth of Bourbon: A Photographic Tour of Early Distilleries" that captures lost distilleries and those undergoing renewal. Peachee is also a pioneer in the integrative health field with decades of clinical experience in counseling, mindfulness practices, and internal arts. She is the founder of the Center for Mindful Living Practices.
STEAM - Ideas That Shape Our World
Recently, four artists supported by the New York-based organization Creative Capital discussed their current projects, which address socially relevant topics in groundbreaking ways. The presentation was part of the 2016 IdeaFestival at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Louisville and was filmed by KET for the series STEAM – Ideas That Shape Our World.
In Frame: The Man Behind the Museum Hotels
21c Museum Hotels' vibrant and outspoken co-founder Steve Wilson navigates his way through a maze of art fairs and construction sites to bring his artistic vision - from both minutiae to momentous - to life.