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‘Kentucky Health’ discusses treatment of substance abuse

On this episode of Kentucky Health, Dr. Wayne Tuckson talks with Joyce Johnson, clinical director of outpatient services at Intensive Health and Stepworks Recovery Centers, about strategies to treat and manage substance abuse.

TeleFund 2023 features musical performances from Elvis, Celine Dion, Billy Joel and more!

KET’s TeleFund 2023 event begins March 4 and features a variety of special concerts and musical performances from such artists as Elvis, Celine Dion, Billy Joel, Little Feat, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and more! Throughout TeleFund, which runs from March 4 to March 12, viewers can support KET by calling in their pledge to (800) 866-0366 or visiting

‘Kentucky Afield’ answers questions about the spring fishing season

Spring is here, and Kentuckians eager to return to their favorite fishing spots can get ready with Kentucky Afield: Spring Fishing Question and Answer Show. Join host Chad Miles and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources as they answer questions and offer advice on the upcoming spring fishing season.

Be prepared for dangerous spring storms with ‘Severe Weather: Staying Safe’

Spring can be a dangerous season in Kentucky with higher potential for tornadoes, severe storms, lightning and flooding. To help viewers prepare, KET presents Severe Weather: Staying Safe, featuring a panel of weather experts to answer questions and offer advice on how to get ready for the storm season.

‘Kentucky Life’ explores the Cora Wilson Stewart Moonlight Schools, the Paramount Arts Center, Tuk Tuk Sri Lankan Bites, and Apple Valley Hillbilly Garden and Toyland

On this episode of Kentucky Life, host Chip Polston visits Cora Wilson Stewart Moonlight Schools, which started in Rowan County in 1911 to combat adult illiteracy; tours the Paramount Arts Center in Ashland; talks with first-generation Sri Lankan-American Sam Fore who recounts her journey starting Tuk Tuk Sri Lankan Bites, a small pop-up restaurant in Lexington; and enjoys the unique Apple Valley Hillbilly Garden and Toyland in Calvert City.