One to One with Bill Goodman
From the 2016 National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit in Atlanta, Bill speaks with U.S. Congressman Harold "Hal" Rogers (R-KY 5th District) and Jackie Steele, Commonwealth's Attorney for Kentucky's 27th Judicial District and vice-chair of Operation UNITE. Part of KET's Inside Opioid Addiction Initiative.
Fred and Violet’s relationship grows stronger when a back injury forces Violet to put her beloved shop in Fred’s care, with unforeseen consequences. Across Poplar, another family unit appears to be broken before it’s begun, as new mother Roseanne’s past continues to haunt her, wreaking havoc on her family life.
Ken Grayson's extensive horse racing memorabilia collection goes back to the early days of Keeneland and Churchill Downs; former Triple Crown hopefuls share their home with the horses that spoiled their title hopes at Old Friends Thoroughbred retirement farm in Georgetown; and artists of Gallopalooza create colorful images on fiberglass horse statues to encourage local exploration and civic pride.
Host Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news from the commonwealth. Scheduled panelists: Linda Blackford of the Lexington Herald-Leader, Tom Loftus of the Louisville Courier-Journal, and Scott Wartman of the Kentucky Enquirer.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee's guest is Dr. Erin Frazier, a pediatrician with Kosair Children's Hospital in Louisville. She also serves as medical director at Children's Hospital Foundation Office of Child Advocacy and chair of the Partnership to Eliminate Child Abuse. Dr. Frazier discusses coping techniques for parents that can prevent child abuse. She specializes in educating parents and caregivers about the dangers of shaking infants and strategies for dealing with persistent crying babies.
Nearly six million Americans have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and yet so little is known about how the illness manifests itself in our brains. Join the search to discover where the biological and chemical breakdowns occur in the brain, and hear the stories of accomplished individuals who have been diagnosed as bipolar.
While visiting the parks was once predominantly the domain of Americans wealthy enough to afford the high-priced train tours, the advent of the automobile allows more people than ever before to visit the parks. Mather embraces this opportunity and works to build more roads in the parks.