KET statement on Tim Farmer’s retirement from Kentucky Afield
For Release: 11/17/15 2:40 PM
“Tim’s knowledge and enthusiasm have always connected with audiences and made him an exceptional host of the country’s longest running outdoors program,” said KET Executive Director and CEO Shae Hopkins. “The entire KET family wishes him all the best in his retirement.”
KET will continue airing Kentucky Afield as well as Farmer’s series Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen and Tim Farmer’s Homemade Jam.
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