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Determined to open his risky copper mine, Poldark seeks backers. Verity’s big chance leads to a showdown.

Last Tango in Halifax

See how an unexpected visitor forces Alan to think about his past, making Gillian and Caroline anxious — his decision to keep his secret from Celia is bound to backfire. Meanwhile, Caroline and pregnant Kate set a date for their wedding.

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One to One with Bill Goodman

Taking on Kentucky’s Heroin Epidemic

Congressman Andy Barr and White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Michael Botticelli discuss the heroin epidemic in Kentucky.

The Crimson Field

The hospital readies for a convoy of new patients. With resources stretched, Sister Joan sees a chance for the volunteers’ skills to be put to good use, but Sister Margaret doesn’t think they’re ready to take on new responsibilities.

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Kentucky Life

Road Trip to Red Bird

Dave Shuffett takes a road trip to Red Bird with a convoy of Model T and Model A enthusiasts. We also visit Carrollton, meet the farm family behind Trigg Enterprise in Barren County, and learn about "air plants" at a greenhouse in Paducah.

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Louisville Life

Beer History on Tap

Louisville's rich history of brewing is the focus of a new book by local writer Kevin Gibson. And, meet Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran Troy Yocum, whose organization Active Heroes helps fellow soldiers who are struggling with PTSD and depression.

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Comment on Kentucky

Kentucky Reactions to Supreme Court Rulings

Phillip M. Bailey of the Courier-Journal, Linda Blackford and John Cheves of the Lexington Herald-Leader, and Theo Keith of WAVE-TV in Louisville discuss the local response to this week's Supreme Court decisions and the debate over the Jefferson Davis statue at the state capitol.

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Connections with Renee Shaw

Fighting for a Cause

Guests are Josh Nadzam, a social worker, activist, and a former University of Kentucky track athlete, and Tanya Torp, program director of Step by Step, a nonprofit group that helps single mothers.

PBS NewsHour

Supreme Court Extends Same-sex Marriage Nationwide

The Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States, a historic culmination of decades of litigation over gay marriage and gay rights generally.

First Peoples

Africa: Rethinking the Origins of Our Species

Homo sapiens appeared on the African landscape 200,000 years ago. The latest research suggests humans evolved not just in eastern Africa, but in many places across the continent at the same time. Now, DNA reveals that our ancestors continued meeting, mating and hybridizing with other ancient peoples — creating ever greater diversity within us.

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