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Kentucky Collectibles!

The show about Kentucky’s treasures returns for second season

Friday, Oct. 18, 2013

Kentucky Collectibles | KET imageKET’s Kentucky Collectibles, hosted by Dave Shuffett and Amy Hess, premieres its second season of sharing Kentucky’s culture through the stories of Kentuckians and their prized possessions. Throughout the season, the hosts will also make trips to explore the world of antiques and collectibles.

Kentucky Collectibles premieres Sunday, Oct. 20 at 3:30/2:30 p.m. on KET and Monday Oct. 21 at 9/8 p.m. on KET2.

In the season premiere, expert appraisers examine treasures including folk art phonograph dancers, a Tiffany Kentucky racing trophy and a book with a connection to one of Kentucky’s beloved historians.

You can watch season one of Kentucky Collectibles online!

New to this season are “how to” features with experts from the well-known Garth’s Auctions in Delaware, Ohio. These segments, targeted to both new collectors and those with years of experience, will focus on getting started in antique collecting, properly storing items, the effect the Internet has had on collecting, some dangers of buying items online, what’s trendy right now, and more.

This season also includes a look at items from the Kentucky State Treasury’s unclaimed property division and an exploration of the unbelievable guitar collection of Kentucky HeadHunters member Greg Martin.

2013 Commonwealth Cleanup

Join Dave Shuffett in his biggest challenge ever

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

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Kentucky Life fans have seen Dave Shuffett try all kinds of activities as part of his “Dave Does It” segment: clean up after penguins, try his hand at ballroom dancing, zipline across treetops, and more. He always has a blast with these, and now it’s your turn to be part of the action to work toward making sure we keep our state beautiful.

On Saturday, March 23, Dave will travel to Dale Hollow Lake in Burkesville as part of the 15th annual Commonwealth Cleanup going on this week and managed by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection’s Division of Waste Management.

Easily get involved in your community

Dave is asking everyone in the state to join him. It’s your chance to get involved and make a difference for your community—a “Kentucky Does It” at its best.

If you want to volunteer for an event in your area or create your own event, go to the Division of Waste Management site to see a list of events by county.

Then, if you haven’t already, go to Kentucky Life’s Facebook page and “like” it, then post on the wall what you’re doing to help clean up our Commonwealth! Check in with Kentucky Life’s Facebook page all day Saturday to see what kind of cleanup Dave is getting into at Dale Hollow Lake!

New season: Kentucky Life

New season begins with program devoted to Eastern Kentucky spring storm aftermath

Friday, Sept. 14, 2012

Kentucky Life host Dave Shuffett begins the series’ 18th year of highlighting the people and places of Kentucky with a program dedicated to exploring how Eastern Kentucky is coping with the aftermath of the devastating spring 2012 storms and tornadoes. The series airs Saturdays, premiering September 15, at 8/7 pm CT on KET, and Sundays, premiering September 16, at 4/3 pm CT on KET.

Tornadoes on February 29 and March 2 of this year affected more than 35 different counties in practically every region of Kentucky. Kentucky Life’s season premiere explores how this community is dealing with loss and recovery and what residents need to know to keep safe in the future.

Shuffett also visits the Louisville National Weather Service to find out about the region’s history of tornadoes and what tornado warnings mean. In addition, he talks with General John Heltzel of Kentucky Emergency Management to find out how the state is prepared to help in any emergency.

The Eastern Kentucky town of West Liberty was perhaps the hardest-hit community, having been struck by two tornadoes, the largest of which hit the hospital, the elementary school and the downtown, destroying businesses, county offices and numerous homes in its wake.

The program also examines how other Kentucky communities affected by the spring storms are coping, including the Northern Kentucky areas hit by a tornado that began in Henryville, Ind.

 


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