The Mottersheads digest the news that their planning permission has been denied and George comes up with a Hail Mary plan. Sadly, Papa Bear is sold for cash flow.
One to One with Bill Goodman
Political Science Professors Stephen Voss, University of Kentucky, and Nancy Cade, University of Pikeville, discuss the aftermath of the Iowa caucus, the upcoming New Hampshire caucus, Sen. Rand Paul dropping out of the Kentucky caucus, and other topics.
Steve Magre, a former Metro Louisville councilman, and Jami Wilson, human trafficking case manager at Catholic Charities of Louisville, discuss human trafficking.
Head to Sparta's Kentucky Speedway where fans experience all the excitement of NASCAR racing; in Pikeville, diners at The Blue Raven Restaurant & Pub enjoy Chef Matt Corbin's pub-style Appalachian cuisine; Doug talks with the staff at Life Adventure Center in Versailles; and through his High Adventure Wilderness School in Stanton, 'Wild Bill' Gordon brings people back in touch with nature and themselves.
Expert appraisers examine a collection of John C. Breckinridge memorabilia. Plus, the Collectibles crew visits the Antique Boat Center in Cincinnati where old and new techniques are used to bring classic boats back to life.
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the University of Louisville's self-imposed postseason ban for its basketball team due to NCAA infractions and Sen. Rand Paul's suspension of his Republican presidential campaign.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee looks back on the life and career of state Sen. Georgia Davis Powers, who died last week at age 92. Powers spoke often with KET about her experiences as the first woman and African-American to be elected to the state Senate and about her involvement in the civil rights movement.
Gov. Matt Bevin signs his first bill, and the Republican-dominated Senate sticks to its guns on defunding Planned Parenthood. Democrats charge ahead on felony voting rights. Bill Goodman presents highlights of legislative proceedings from Feb. 5, 2016.