This is the KET2 TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Charleston. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:00 PM||Kentucky Health |
Health issues are examined in this series.
|2:30 PM||Curious Traveler |
Who stole the famous Ghent Altarpiece, and who recovered it. And who is restoring it. What is Prinsenhof, and why is it so pretty. Where did the famous Ghent Dragon fly in from. Why is Ghent so famous for its lace. Why is St. Peters Abbey so important to Ghent history.
|3:00 PM||Samantha Brown's Places to Love |
Samantha visits the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens; and historic Joshua Tree National Park. She also learns how to play the popular local sport FootGolf, and goes on a Mid-Century Modern tour of Palm Springs.
|3:30 PM||The Daytripper |
The Season 7 finale visits Hillsboro, Texas. Included: a museum of roadside attractions and nostalgia; a local soda fountain; a museum set in an old jail; and a museum dedicated to Texans at war.
|4:00 PM||American Woodshop |
How to make a harvest table using wide walnut planks.
|4:30 PM||A Craftsman's Legacy |
A Detroit shop that makes jeans from American-sourced, sustainable fabric is spotlighted.
|5:00 PM||Lidia's Kitchen |
Lidia reminisces about her childhood and the lessons that Grandma Rosa has taught her regarding her vegetable patch.
|5:30 PM||Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef |
A group of Las Vegas' top chefs indulge in a multi-course tasting menu at Sparrow + Wolf.
|6:00 PM||America's Test Kitchen |
The secrets to the ultimate roast chicken with warm bread salad; white miso tasting; how to make a foolproof skillet-roasted Brussels sprouts with chile, peanuts, and mint.
|6:30 PM||Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television |
Christopher Kimball and Lynn Clark make mixed grill chicken with tahini sauce and pickled onions.
|7:00 PM||Kentucky Life |
|7:30 PM||Kentucky Collectibles |
Antiques and collectibles are appraised.
|8:00 PM||Antiques Roadshow Recut |
The premiere installment celebrates political battles long past, with treasures that hail from red states and blue.
|8:30 PM||Antiques Roadshow Recut |
Items include 20th-century presidential autographs; a Congressional desk and chair; and political cartoons from 1947.
|9:00 PM||Great Performances |
Featuring the stage adaptaion of “The Red Shoes” by Hans Christian Andersen.
|11:00 PM||Start Up |
|11:30 PM||My World Too |
A look at an herbal apothecary in Boulder, Colorado.
|12:00 AM||Classic Gospel |
Aaron Gray and Josh Arnett perform some of the most popular church standards and gospel classics.
|1:00 AM||Austin City Limits |
Savor a special encore of protest soul classics from John Legend & the Roots' Grammy-winning LP Wake Up! Originally broadcast in 2011, the hour-long episode features "Wake Up Everybody," "Compared to What" and "Ordinary People."
|2:00 AM||Nature |
There are more than 100 domestic and wild kinds of rabbits and hares, from snowshoe hares to Flemish giants. Despite their ability to reproduce, many wild rabbits are in danger of being eradicated.
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