Bill and his guests discuss U.S. foreign policy. Guests: Clayton Thyne, political science professor at the University of Kentucky; Guilherme Silva, political science professor at Georgetown College; Hossein Motamedi, political science and history professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College; and John Bickers, law professor at Northern Kentucky University and former Army judge advocate.
Although she didn’t have her first solo show until she was 50, today the still life paintings by Mary Ann Currier of Louisville are coveted by top private and institutional collectors. In a one-hour documentary from 2008, producer/director Guy Mendes tells the story of Currier’s life and art.
The Red Bird Mission is located in a remote corner of three Kentucky counties in Appalachia: Clay, Bell, and Leslie. It began as a settlement school in 1921, and gradually added outreach services such as medical and dental care. About 3,000 people visit the mission’s dental clinic each year.
One to One with Bill Goodman
Kentucky Education Commissioner Dr. Stephen Pruitt discusses his first year in office and the process to create a new accountability system for Kentucky schools. Public forums around the state were held to gather input on how school and student performance should be measured. “They really want a focus on the whole student,” Pruitt says.
Comment on Kentucky
Host Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news, including the latest court proceedings concerning the University of Louisville board of trustees.
In the final signature challenge, the bakers make 16 iced buns. In the technical, the judges use one of Paul’s recipes: the bakers must bake raspberry-flavoured mille-feuille in two hours. In the final Showstopper, the bakers are given four hours to make classic British cakes in a multi-layered presentation.
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.