It's been called the British Pompeii. Explore the charred remains of a 3,000-year old English settlement that’s shedding new light on the ancient history of the western world. Working in secret inside a quarry, experts have less than a year to save the site before the quarry drains.
Art meets the earth at Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort, Red Bird Mission has been a force for good in southeastern Kentucky since 1921, and fans of the musical group The Hilltoppers will enjoy this sneak peek from Kentucky Muse, debuting October 24.
When Ryan Green, a video game programmer, learns that his young son Joel has cancer, he and his wife begin documenting their emotional journey with a poetic video game. Thank You for Playing follows Ryan and his family over two years creating "That Dragon, Cancer," which evolves from a cathartic exercise into a critically acclaimed work of art that sets the gaming industry abuzz.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee speaks with two Lexington men who are using the arts as a catalyst for social change and public good. Rapper and slam poet Devine Carama rhymes about education, anti-violence, and spirituality and takes those same themes to the streets with his community projects. And, social worker Josh Nadzam is transporting art via a mobile trailer to disadvantaged neighborhood kids to help them create a bigger vision of what they can become.
The popular singing quartet that originated at Western Kentucky University in the 1950s is profiled.
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of issues in Kentucky's 6th Congressional District race. Scheduled candidates: U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, Republican Party; Nancy Jo Kemper, Democratic Party.