The monk Thomas Merton was born 100 years ago. Explore his life with a look at a new play about him and a visit to Bellarmine University, the official repository of his archives. We also delve into the many recreation opportunities at Louisville's Olmsted Parks, and Candyce Clifft interviews Mark Wourms, executive director of Bernheim Forest.
This week we take in the sights and sounds of the Kentucky Science Center in downtown Louisville. We also visit the Louisville Free Public Library's Southwest Regional branch, remember Mayor Charles Farnsley, and learn more about Operation Parent. In the studio, Candyce Clifft interviews Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.
As Joan faces a possible lifetime in prison, Kitty’s wracked with guilt that she knew about Joan but didn’t stop her. Kitty is desperate for someone to trust, but will she turn to Thomas or Miles? As the war machine grinds on, faith, hope and love are put to the test.
Meet award-winning artist Steve White of Mason County, whose paintings reflect America's first frontier from 1760-1812. Amy Hess visits downtown Paris. The Potter's Inn Bed and Breakfast offers art and hospitality in Wilmore. And a once-forgotten Civil War tragedy, the massacre of the 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry in Simpsonville, is memorialized in Shelby County.
The Harper Lee novel "Go Set A Watchman" topped the fiction bestseller lists this week. The book and the public debate surrounding it have been a boon for independent booksellers like Wyn Morris of The Morris Book Shop in Lexington. He shares his thoughts about the book with KET's Bill Goodman.