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Connections with Renee Shaw

55,000 Degrees Works for More College Diplomas in Louisville

Renee's guest is Mary Gwen Wheeler, executive director of 55,000 Degrees, a public-private partnership in Louisville whose mission is to add 40,000 bachelor's degrees and 15,000 associate degrees by 2020.

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Legislative Update

February 26, 2015

Kentucky legislators take up heroin addiction, employer accommodations for pregnant women, and the backlog of untested rape kits, among other topics. Host Renee Shaw leads viewers through the highlights of legislative action on Feb. 26 in Frankfort.

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One to One with Bill Goodman

Dr. Robert Davies: Murray State President

Dr. Robert Davies is the new president of Murray State University. Davies brings a lot of experience to the post, as well as perspective having served at institutions across the country.

Earth A New Wild | Water

Dr. Sanjayan explores humankind’s relationship with the Earth’s most important resource: water. Unraveling dramatic connections between fresh water and the health of the planet, he uncovers spectacular wildlife stories that center on managing the natural pulse of the planet’s water.

Nova

Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia – Istanbul’s Ancient Mystery

How has this unique structure in Istanbul, built on a seismic fault, survived centuries of quakes?

Nature

The Last Orangutan Eden

Ecologist Chris Morgan travels to the jungles of Northern Sumatra to document the work being done to save its population of wild orangutans, which is quickly dwindling due to deforestation.

The Italian Americans

The Loyal Americans

A second generation of Italian Americans begins to enter the labor movement, politics, sports and entertainment. Fiorello LaGuardia becomes mayor of New York City. Joe DiMaggio, the son of a San Francisco fisherman, becomes an American hero.

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Legislative Update

February 24, 2015

Kentucky legislators take up telephone deregulation, beer distribution, the pay day loan industry, and enhanced booster seat laws, among other topics. Host Renee Shaw leads views through the highlights of legislative action on Feb. 24 in Frankfort.

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Connections with Renee Shaw

Raymond Burse Wants Nurturing Environment at KSU

Last summer when Raymond Burse agreed to a second turn at the helm of Kentucky State University, the plan was for him to serve as interim president for one year. But he soon realized he would need more time to achieve his goals for the historically black university.

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Kentucky Tonight

Money for Teacher Retirement: Lawmakers Debate Bonding

Kentucky House members worked into the evening Monday to pass a contentious bill that would add billions in state debt but could shore up public school teacher pensions. House Bill 4 now advances to the Republican-controlled Senate, where there is much skepticism.