Explore what happened to the USS Oklahoma, the only battleship to capsize during the Pearl Harbor attack. Examine new details about what may have caused the ship to overturn and hear stories from Oklahoma survivors and families of those lost.
Bill and his guests discuss charter schools. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Hal Heiner; Kentucky Senate Minority Caucus Chair Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and Tom Shelton, executive director of the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents.
Kentucky veterans tell personal stories of their time in Vietnam.
Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the week with host Bill Bryant. Scheduled guests: Jack Brammer from the Lexington Herald-Leader; Lawrence Smith from WDRB-TV in Louisville; and Deborah Yetter from the Louisville Courier-Journal.
In recent decades, American productivity growth has slowed. Yale University political scientist Jacob Hacker says the nation’s outdated and deteriorating infrastructure could be contributing to the problem. NewsHour talks with Hacker about the role government plays in engineering prosperity.
Join host Lidia Bastianich for an unforgettable holiday special celebrating veterans. Veteran Bryan Anderson explains the army tradition of creating desserts from leftover dessert rations, for their comrades celebrating birthdays. Lidia then shares her dessert, Limoncello Tiramisu with him – a fanciful homage to the MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) birthday cakes created by his platoon.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Host Renee Shaw sits down with Elaine Chao, former U.S. Labor Secretary and wife of Sen. Mitch McConnell, in an interview filmed in Washington, D.C. Chao was recently chosen by President-elect Trump to become Secretary of the U.S. Dept. of Transportation.
The University of Kentucky this fall unveiled new statues at Commonwealth Stadium honoring four football players who broke the color barrier. Billy Reed speaks with Wilbur Hackett Jr., one of the four players featured, and Paul Karem, who led the effort to honor the men.