This is the KET2 TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Lexington Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|4:30 PM||The New Fly Fisher |
Colin and Jenna McKeown explore fly fishing for Book Trout on lakes and rivers near a provincial park.
|5:00 PM||PBS NewsHour Weekend new |
|5:30 PM||Untamed |
Bats are discussed.
|6:00 PM||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.
|7:00 PM||Classic Gospel |
Aaron Gray and Josh Arnett perform some of the most popular church standards and gospel classics.
|8:00 PM||Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville |
Rex Allen Jr. stops on by to sing "Lonely Street" and discuss his decision to retire from touring. Ray and Rex sing "Happy Trails" as a duet.
|8:30 PM||Bluegrass Underground |
Taped deep within the subterranean amphitheater of The Caverns in Tennessee's majestic Cumberland Mountains, this music series features both long-established and emerging artists in bluegrass and a broad spectrum of other genres.
|9:00 PM||Last of the Summer Wine |
Cooper and Walsh's quiet day is ruined by Barry and a retired vicar.
|9:30 PM||Keeping Up Appearances |
Richard forgets his anniversary. Hyacinth: Patricia Routledge.
|10:00 PM||As Time Goes By |
Alistair has Lionel in every book shop personally autographing his books. Jean, desperate to help Lionel, calls everyone she knows persuading them to buy Lionel's book, but Alistair comes up with a wild idea to help push book sales.
|10:30 PM||Still Open All Hours |
Granville inherits the shop after his uncle died.
|11:00 PM||Father Brown |
Father Brown attempts to overturn a miscarriage of justice while rehearsing for the Kembleford Christmas pantomime.
|12:00 AM||Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr. |
The family trees of scientists Francis Collins, Shirley Ann Jackson and Harold Varmus are traced.
|1:00 AM||History Detectives |
A man believes his father worked on the Manhattan Project during World War II; the origins of a 23-pound beeswax block with strange markings; a 160-year-old manuscript of poems written in French.
|2:00 AM||Secrets of the Royal Servants |
Life at Buckingham Palace is seen through the eyes of the royal servants. Featuring testimonies from Prince Charles' former butler, the royal cook, and a footman of the Queen Mother.
|3:00 AM||Unearthing Ogawa |
The life of a dead Japanese soldier is honored by an American who finds him with his diary in a battlefield cave and seeks to return the chronicle to the man's family. Decades later, the American's son retraces the footsteps and meets the Ogawa clan today. Powerful details are revealed in Tokyo, Hiroshima and across the United States.
|4:00 AM||Voyage of Adventure: Retracing Donelson's Journey |
John Donelson's 1779 river journey that led to the founding of Nashville is recreated by photographer John Guider.
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