New season of ‘Kentucky Life’ features stories about the Commonwealth’s most interesting people, places and natural wonders
Kentucky Life kicks off a new season this month with host Chip Polston traveling the Commonwealth to discover some of Kentucky’s most interesting people, places and natural wonders.
Entering its 29th season, Kentucky Life features an assortment of great new stories, including the small town of Hazel, which has become a mecca for antique lovers; the graffiti left by Civil War era soldiers on the walls of Mammoth Cave; the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo in Horse Cave; the chainsaw art of world champion carver Abby Peterson of Breckinridge; and an equine service that partners horses with people as a form of mental and physical therapy.
KET Saturdays, beginning Oct. 7 • 8/7 pm
KET2 Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 11 • 2:30/1:30 pm
Watch on-demand at KET.org and on the PBS app
Kentucky Life is a KET production, produced by Casey Harris. View more Kentucky Life episodes online, as well as those from KET’s archives, at KET.org/KentuckyLife.
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