Kentucky Afield Television is the longest continuously-running outdoors television show in the nation. First airing in 1953, it is one of the very oldest television shows still airing on any subject. Our research tells us it ranks 4th. Holding the record for longevity is Meet the Press (November 6, 1946), followed by the Today Show (January 14, 1952). That’s good company!
Explore Kentucky from the comfort of your easy chair with Kentucky Afield. The show about wildlife, hunting, fishing, and fun in Kentucky’s outdoors.
Each week, we get mud on our boots in a different part of the state. It could be hunting deer, wild turkey at Peabody WMA or stalking elk in coal country. You may spot us in your sights hunting geese in the back water sloughs of Henderson or Ballard County or boating to the bass on Lake Cumberland. No matter where the woods and waters take us, you’ll always find us on KET. We are on Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. EST/7:30 p.m. CST and repeats Sundays at 4:30 p.m. EST/3:30 p.m. CST on KET 1.
Coming up on Kentucky Afield TV February 18-19, 2017:
It's one of the best times of the year to catch bass, and we're reeling them in on Lake Cumberland. And a tradition continues as the next generation of trappers hits the trail. Then we join the search for the American black duck in Kentucky.
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Kentucky Afield Radio is the show that takes you inside outdoors each week on the subject of wildlife conservation, habitat and the many forms of nature-related recreation. Hunting, fishing, boating, safety, photography, research, and more. Hosted by KY Fish & Wildlife and broadcasting veteran Charlie Baglan, the program provides insightful information from experts in the field and department professionals. Check out Kentucky Afield Radio!
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