Danville / Boyle County KY- “Small Town. Big History”
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DOWNSTREAM TV SERIES SCHEDULE:
NEW: Danville/Boyle County KY- Small Town, Big History
- Thursday December 22, 2022 2:30 pm ET on KET2
- Thursday December 22, 2022 10:00 am ET on KET2
NEW: Shepherdsville/Bullitt County KY – Wine, Whiskey & Wild (Part One)
- Thursday December 29, 2022 2:30 pm ET on KET2
- Thursday December 29, 2022 10:00 am ET on KET2
NEW: Shepherdsville/Bullitt County KY – Wine, Whiskey & Wild (Part Two)
- Thursday January 5, 2023 2:30 pm ET on KET2
- Thursday January 5, 2023 10:00 am ET on KET2
NEW: Harrodsburg/Mercer County KY- Celebrating 250 Years of Greatness
- Thursday January 12, 2023 10:00 am ET on KET2
- Thursday January 12, 2023 2:30 pm ET on KET2
NEW: Kentucky Lake/Marshall County KY – A Big Dam Adventure
- Thursday January 19, 2023 10:00 am ET on KET2
- Thursday January 19, 2023 2:30 pm ET on KET2
Paducah TV2 Tuesdays 4pm, Wednesdays 7pm, Thursdays 8am cst
Northern Kentucky TBNK Tuesdays 12pm, Saturdays 1230pm est
Emmy Winning travel adventure show about Kentucky’s Rivers, Lakes, Streams, Spirits, Brews & Wines.
Kentucky has over 90,000 miles of lakes rivers and streams and features an endless amount of water front acreage. It’s also quite famous for some of the world’s best known distilleries. The Emmy-winning Downstream TV series explores the secrets and histories of our intricate waterways in a recreational context with side”bars” to the state’s most unique distilleries, breweries and wineries. The Downstream television program is an educational travel series with a POV perspective, somewhat scripted, somewhat un-scripted, reality based adventures.
Meet our TV HOSTS
Host of the “Water” portion, Carrie L. Stambaugh is a multi-media journalist and editor based in Eastern Kentucky. An avid hiker and paddler, she shares her adventures exploring the woods and waters of the world through her writing and photographs. Carrie is the author of “Hiking Kentucky: A Guide to Kentucky’s Greatest Hiking Adventures (Third Edition)” and “Paddling Kentucky: A Guide to the State’s Best Paddling Adventures.” The guidebooks explore the best of the Commonwealth’s forests, rivers, lakes and streams. Her travel column “Mudfoot’s Meanderings” is published bi-monthly in The Greater Ashland Beacon.
Host of the “Spirits” portion, seven-time Emmy-nominated producer Kyle Lake,
also an avid outdoor explorer, has completed a two part series on Nonprofits & Rivers (2014) as well as a short documentary on the Licking River (2015). Having independently produced three educational television series and two documentaries for KET, one of his shows airs almost every day on any number of stations throughout the commonwealth. He has visited all but one of the 7 continents and all 50 United States but enjoys coming home to Kentucky the most. While managing a local vineyard Kyle learned the art of grape growing and fermenting, but enjoys the quicker payoff of crafting crazy home brew beers. When not drinking, he’s eating with the Food Amongst Friends dinner club he started in 2011.
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