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Richard Wilson, independent journalist

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 2742
8/17/01: Back to school: improved scores on one national test, the dark side of games colleges play, and the corruption in sports programs. (#2742)

Program 2805
11/30/01: Might the NBA be shooting hoops in Louisville? A regional university king passes on, Kentucky Senate Democrats make a move to set the agenda, and the first artificial-heart transplant patient dies. Guest host: Mark Hebert. (#2805)

Program 2806
12/7/01: Attacks on Pearl Harbor and the World Trade Center—a comparison. Patton’s no-projects budget: With basic services threatened, bricks and mortar are out. Also, what’s likely to happen to education spending and school reforms and a look at the community and technical college system. (#2806)

Program 2829
5/17/02: The future of higher education reform in Kentucky, changes in Democratic Party leadership, and Lexington’s mayoral race. (#2829)

Program 2948
9/26/03: Two leaders of the Commonwealth die, and a look back at the careers of Otis Singletary and Joe Clarke tells the story of many changes over 30 years. Also, Congressman Ernie Fletcher rolls out a health care policy, and the Ben Chandler camp cries foul. (#2948)

Program 3223
4/7/06: The passing of a Kentucky icon: Barry Bingham Jr. Does a new budget mean new life for education? The future of expanded gambling. And the immigration debate takes to Kentucky streets. (#3223)

Program 3351
10/19/07: From the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, we focus on the crossroads between business, education and politics with David Grissom, one of the Derby City’s most distinguished citizens. (#3351)

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