Go into the recording studio with Doug Flynn and songwriter Greg Austin as Kentucky Life debuts its new theme song "Kentucky Bound," the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville showcases regionally and nationally known performers, and learn more about Native American life in northern Kentucky prior to Columbus.
Nikola Tesla's technology revolutionized the electrical age of the 20th century. Although eclipsed in fame by Edison and Marconi, it was Tesla's vision that paved the way for today's wireless world. His fertile but undisciplined imagination was the source of his genius but also his downfall, as the image of Tesla as a “mad scientist” came to overshadow his reputation as a brilliant innovator.
Dr. Tuckson's guest is Dr. Hiram Polk, commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Public Health.
Bill and his guests discuss the 2016 election entering the final weeks. Scheduled guests: Matt Erwin, Democratic political consultant; Iris Wilbur, Republican political operative; Daniel Lowry, communications director for the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Tres Watson, communications director for the Republican Party of Kentucky.
Sebastian Junger, author of War and The Perfect Storm, talks about his book, "Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging" an investigation of how we overcome trauma and seek something bigger than ourselves. He is interviewed by Joe Klein, TIME's political columnist and a best-selling author.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Mary Foley, executive director of the Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center in Paducah, talks about the services the organization provides to abused women and children. She also discusses expansion efforts to address the intersectionality of substance abuse and domestic violence.