This is the heartbreaking story of Aisha, the baby elephant orphan, and Daphne Sheldrick, the woman who became her human foster parent. Their bond reaches a crisis point when Daphne leaves Aisha with a babysitter for a few days. Aisha believes she has lost Daphne for good and refuses to eat, leading to her death. Daphne uses the lessons learned from Aisha's short life to save over 150 orphans.
Bill and his guests discuss campaign finance laws. Scheduled guests: Don Dugi, Transylvania University political science professor; Paul Salamanca, University of Kentucky law professor; Scott White, Lexington lawyer who served as counsel for Alison Grimes' 2014 U.S. Senate campaign; and Eric Lycan, Lexington lawyer who served as counsel for U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell's 2014 re-election campaign.
The semifinalists face the pressure of one of the most difficult ingredients: chocolate. For the first challenge, the bakers make a chocolate tart. For the technical challenge, the bakers face a staggered start, and each must make a chocolate soufflé. A chocolate centerpiece is set as the showstopper.
One to One with Bill Goodman
Bill talks with Secretary Hal Heiner, head of Kentucky's Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. Heiner discusses the launch of the Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative. “The studies are so very, very clear on this,” says Heiner. “For every 100 new jobs, 99 of [them] require some college past high school.”
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee's guest is businessman and entrepreneur Phil Wilkins, who owns Dream Big Restaurants LLC. He discusses his approach to entrepreneurship and how self-confidence is at the core of his success as a businessman. “I think over time I’ve grown more comfortable in my own skin,” Wilkins says. “If someone doesn’t want to do business with me because of the color of my skin, that’s not my problem, that’s your problem.”