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Tom Loftus, The Courier-Journal

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 2717
2/23/01: The race for the U.S. Senate and the progress of the first annual session of the Kentucky legislature in more than 150 years. Guest host: Mark Hebert. (#2717)

Program 2721
3/23/01: The 2000 U.S. Census—our numbers grew as four million Kentuckians were counted. But one job in higher education got a bigger headline—Rick Pitino’s return to Kentucky. Meanwhile, in Washington, it was the war of the big Macs—McConnell versus McCain—over campaign financing. And in Frankfort, the legislature closed down amid a new outbreak of partisan bickering. (#2721)

Program 2725
4/20/01: Tom Loftus talks about U.S. Labor Secretary Elaine Chao’s position on the program to compensate nuclear workers for job-related illnesses and about Lt. Gov. Steve Henry’s disclosure of the amount of gifts he and his wife received at their wedding last year. Monica Richardson discusses state officials’ criticism of the welfare-to-work program, the effects of recent job layoffs, and the status of the KCHIP program that provides health insurance to thousands of Kentucky children. Dave Nakdimen comments on the racial unrest in Cincinnati and the Derby week protest planned in Louisville. (#2725)

Program 2743
8/24/01: A tribute to the spirit and the heart of a courageous man who made medical history and a discussion of the politics of land stewardship: sprawl, tobacco, horses, mining, and taxes. (#2743)

Program 2745
9/7/01: Back to school—where teacher quality drives home. Hard times knocking at the door—state services cut, but labor pleads for a higher wage. And a golden voice gone to another choir: Our games were never better than when Cawood called them. (#2745)

Program 2802
11/9/01: Race and cities, governing in a recession, and a winter of economic discontent and change. Plus, when is a headline an outrage and when is it just hot air? (#2802)

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 2810
1/4/02: This week’s story about next week’s story is the last state budget for the Patton administration. It will be very lean, and with little pork, so how will state lawmakers respond? (#2810)

Program 2817
2/22/02: The new state budget—so far up in the air that no can see it. (#2817)

Program 2820
3/15/02: Legislative leaders further muddy the track for slots, and Catholic bishops retract a blessing on more bingo. (#2820)

Program 2824
4/12/02: The state budget deadlock becomes a crisis, a weakened garbage bill may pass, and only a few future teachers at Kentucky State University pass qualifying tests. (#2824)

Program 2825
4/19/02: In the special session on the state budget, public financing of the governor’s race is the big issue. Charlie Owen and Ben Chandler ponder a race for governor/lieutenant. And in the mountains, public corruption, politics, and drug dealing figure into the killings of a respected sheriff and a former sheriff who was trying for a comeback. Also, the state of the nation’s economy. (#2825)

Program 2827
5/3/02: What do you write about when you write about Louisville? Where did it all go off track in Frankfort? And the star journalist who gave up his day job, then bred a horse who would win the Kentucky Derby. (#2827)

Program 2834
6/21/02: Facing the future in Western Kentucky—the view from Owensboro and Morgantown. Picking up the pieces—another battle at Kentucky State University. And environmental horrors versus economic development. (#2834)

Program 2836
7/5/02: Former Governor Wallace Wilkinson dies. Does the University of Kentucky have its own accounting scandal? And if Tennessee can produce a state budget, why can’t Kentucky? (#2836)

Program 2837
7/12/02: An appeals court says the Webb brothers must repay $90 million. House Democrats offer a compromise on the state budget. Has the legislature ceded too much power to the governor? And more on the Wallace Wilkinson legacy: a giant bankruptcy that survives. (#2837)

Program 2838
7/19/02: Paul Patton heads the nation’s governors’ association. He comes from a state where he can’t persuade our legislature to pass a budget; where we’ve hired a faculty member for $500,000 a year to run an ethics program for students who chase balls; and where we won’t raise the tobacco tax, won’t do much about smoking deaths, but have male politicians reporting in sick over lesbian health issues. (#2838)

Program 2843
8/23/02: Williams rebuffed in court—the judge says, “Show me.” Health care costs—the aches and pains of treatment. And rich and poor—snapshots from the census. (#2843)

Program 2844
8/30/02: Looking back and looking forward on Labor Day weekend, plus the budget two-step in Frankfort. Has the state maxed out its credit cards? Guest host: Ken Kurtz. (#2844)

Program 2849
10/4/02: Sex and suspect deals give way to questioning of Tina Boyd Conner and a request for documents. Guest host Mark Hebert leads a discussion on Gov. Patton’s sex scandal. (#2849)

Program 2850
10/11/02: Tina and the troopers, Tina and the tip-offs—more tales of true or false in the probe of Patton’s capers with Mrs. Conner. (#2850)

Program 2851
10/18/02: The Kentucky ship of state: leaking leadership, losing revenue, and lousy politics. But a few beacons of hope throw light into the shadows. (#2851)

Program 2907
12/13/02: A bleak spending outlook from ABC’s to beyond: how the state budget crisis imperils education progress. Patton’s grim prognosis is not convincing, says Republican leader Sen. Dan Kelly, who sees no interest in tax increases. (#2907)

Program 2912
1/17/03: Attorney General Ben Chandler sues to stop prisoner release; the state cuts $250 million from the Medicaid program; students from eight rural school districts sue over funding gaps; Gov. Patton calls for a business activity tax; and Republican candidates for governor campaign in the far western part of the state, which was once dominated by Democrats. (#2912)

Program 2915
2/7/03: Patton’s tax proposals and Bush’s record deficits find mixed responses in Congress and the legislature. So what should the public think? What does the public think? (#2915)

Program 2917
2/21/03: Kentucky lawmakers hear $400 million of ch-chings, but is it enough to approve slots? Newport wants some cash. And does the House budget really spare education funding? (#2917)

Program 2920
3/14/03: The Senate gets its way with the state budget. Bruce Lunsford has healthy coffers in the race for governor. And is Rep. Harry Moberly getting revenge? Guest host: Mark Hebert, WHAS-TV. (#2920)

Program 2923
4/4/03: The struggle over power, politics, and the economy in Kentucky; a Supreme Court decision against HMOs; and what Kentucky’s top experts in foreign policy think about the war in Iraq. (#2923)

Program 2934
6/20/03: Patton’s pardons and their impact on the governor’s race. And if the candidates decide to talk seriously about the challenges facing the winner, what might they say? (#2934)

Program 2941
8/8/03: Church and state: a gay bishop who kept his job and a university president who resigns from his. Plus, politics and the budget and Ben Chandler’s announcement that he supports slots at racetracks. (#2941)

Program 3002
11/14/03: From the discount shelf near the exit sign, Gov. Patton proposes revenue strategies. “Leave gracefully” is Senate President David Williams’ reply. So what about the shortfall? (#3002)

Program 3003
11/21/03: Go-in pains—the transition team and the challenge for the Fletcher administration. (#3003)

Program 3006
12/12/03: The Republican takeover in Frankfort: changing cabinets (six fewer) and raising salaries at the top. Meanwhile, Chandler is running for Congress—where they don’t have to balance the budget. (#3006)

Program 3013
1/30/04: Louie Nunn, the state’s Republican governor of three decades ago, dies at 79. He is remembered as a strong, sometimes controversial, but progressive leader. Ernie Fletcher, the state’s first Republican governor since Nunn, delivers an austere budget, pledging again not to raise taxes. This was a pledge Nunn also made—but repudiated. (#3013)

Program 3017
2/27/04: Tax reform—on life support, or is it dead? Social workers protest cutbacks in health and human services. President Bush visits Louisville to raise campaign money and defend tax cuts. And the Fletcher team needs some hits. In sports terms, does he need a deeper bench? (#3017)

Program 3020
3/19/04: spinning the tax questions, Fletcher’s first 100 days, Bush in Kentucky on the Iraq War anniversary, and a major deal by Ashland. (#3020)

Program 3022
4/2/04: The State House of Representatives ponders the Senate’s one-sided budget bill. It includes Gov. Fletcher’s tax plan and threats to Democrats’ projects. A conference committee of 20 key legislators will seek compromises. Can they talk? (#3022)

Program 3024
4/16/04: Failure to pass a budget tops a rancorous legislative session. The future of local programs is in limbo. And an amendment against same-sex unions is sent to voters. (#3024)

Program 3031
Topics for 6/4/04: Troubled bridges over Kentucky waters. Host’s high hopes to turn parks into a profit center. Smarty Jones lures the bettor, but he ain’t a Kentucky horse. And the Democrats take baby steps to propose a budget compromise. (#3031)

Program 3035
7/2/04: The lights stay on as a governor and a judge keep state government open without a budget. Also, Fletcher’s hires and fires: Is it business as usual? Guest host Mark Hebert, state capitol reporter for WHAS-TV in Louisville, leads a discussion with members of the Frankfort press corps. (#3035)

Program 3041
8/13/04: The politics of block grants: spreading the hay where the goats can get it. (#3041)

Program 3110
1/7/05: Rep. Jody Richards continues to serve as speaker of the Kentucky House. The Senate splits over seating a Louisville candidate and prompts the resignation of one GOP senator. And a national anti-tax foe, Grover Norquist, visits Frankfort. This was the first week of a new session of the Kentucky General Assembly. Guest host: journalist Al Cross. (#3110)

Program 3115
2/11/05: In the midst of a legislative session on the budget, UK sends a cautionary message to parents and students: The school announces its third double-digit tuition increase in a row. House Democrats share tax caucuses with Republicans: It’s a Joan Rivers thing—“Can we talk?” And the deadline to get a budget agreement in Frankfort is less than three weeks away: Nothing focuses our attention like a sentence to be hanged. (#3115)

Program 3117
2/25/05: The governor and the legislature seemed close to an agreement on the budget. But at week’s end, Republican senators, cued by the governor, were holding out for a lower debt level for new bonds. Democrats are still holding out for more projects funded by those bonds. (#3117)

Program 3119
3/11/05: The legislature and the governor finally cut some bait and land two fish: a budget and a tax plan. Members of the Capitol press corps examine the catch. (#3119)

Program 3135
7/1/05: The special grand jury takes the week off, but the bad headlines for Fletcher just keep on coming. Meanwhile, the Ten Commandments must come down. Plus, a farewell to Dr. Thomas Clark and more about his life in his own words. (#3135)

Progam 3143
Al Smith and guests broadcast live from the Wrather West Auditorium on the campus of Murray State University all the political happenings in Frankfort surrounding the merit jobs scandal and other issues. (#3143)

Program 3150
The state of state finances. Another Frankfort investigation? Stumping for higher education. And what does the public need to know? (#3150)

Program 3206
12/9/05: Fletcher at mid-term: Can he pull up the grades? And brinksmanship: Should the governor and attorney general each take a step back? (#3206)

Program 3213
1/27/06: Saving miners—suddenly it’s a national priority. Saving jobs at Ford—it boils down to which ones. Plus more on the merit probe, a new state school board, an expensive arena in Louisville, and a nearly bankrupt orchestra. (#3213)

Program 3219
3/10/06: Fletcher’s health—a worrisome clot. That House budget—also more than the governor wanted. Plus the arena dispute, tax breaks for businesses, utility issues, and rules of the road. (#3219)

Program 3221
3/24/06: The 2006 legislature races to the wire. Who are the winners and losers, and what’s in the budget? (#3221)

Program 3238
7/21/06: Some key Republicans keep sending signals to Gov. Ernie Fletcher; other candidates consider a bid for governor. Is the Louisville arena project back on track? And will Fancy Farm give clues about Kentucky’s political landscape? Guest host: Bill Bryant, political reporter and anchor, WKYT-TV/Channel 27, Lexington. (#3238)

Program 3239
7/28/06: The attorney general’s office hangs more of the governor’s political laundry out in public. Controversy brews at Murray State University. And the glamour days of the John Y. Brown Jr. administration are gone. Guest host: talk show host Sue Wylie, WVLK-AM/Lexington. (#3239)

Program 3240
8/4/06: Politics at the Farm may not be so Fancy this year. Stumbo for governor or attorney general? And there’s more evidence, but no smoking gun, in the Fletcher criminal case. Guest host: Mark Hebert, state capitol reporter for WHAS-TV/Louisville. (#3240)

Program 3250
10/13/06: Judges running for office, races for the legislature, Northup vs. Yarmuth, the GOP and gays, and Louisville’s smoking ban. (#3250)

Program 3310
1/5/07: A shakeup in the legislature brings new faces. Issues this short session include the vetoed projects—they’re back. Who’s on board in the governor’s race? Show me the money. In Western Kentucky, corn and coal are top dollar. And oh yes, another shakeup: The burley co-op dumps leader Danny McKinney. (#3310)

Program 3318
3/2/07: Lt. Gov. Steve Pence scorches Gov. Ernie Fletcher while endorsing Anne Northup. Fletcher is thrown some scraps as the state House of Representatives slaps a lid on spending. President Bush flies in for Sen. Mitch McConnell, but both are losing altitude in the polls. (#3318)

Program 3322
3/30/07: As the song says, we can’t get no satisfaction: A review of frustration and fusses at Frankfort. (#3322)

Program 3328
5/11/07: The State Board of Education hires an Illinois candidate as commissioner despite resume problems. Jonathan Miller pulls out of the governor’s race and throws his support to Steve Beshear. Gov. Ernie Fletcher and Anne Northup demand each show and tell their money sources. And last we consider the immigration question: “Tear down that wall, Mr. Bush, but educate those kids—they are the future of our baby boomers in old age.” (#3328)

Program 3331
6/1/07: Domestic-partner benefits may be illegal, says Attorney General Greg Stumbo. What is the role of coal in the clash between energy independence and global warming? Gov. Ernie Fletcher scopes out a special session—pluses and minues, but politics 24/7. We look at the summer scene on the campuses as well as medical science and new hospitals. And, there's no science here, but a museum for the credulous. (#3331)

Program 3343
8/24/07: In coal we trust. The Senate seals an energy bill. So what’s in it? Good Samaritans donate to state universities: We take a look at incentives that really pay off. And we discuss Gov. Ernie Fletcher*#8217;s anti-gambling TV campaign. (#3343)

Program 3348
9/28/07: Officials propose a two-year freeze on tuition prices at the state’s technical and community colleges. Will it bring more students to the door? The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the fate of lethal injection in Kentucky. Is the governor’s race Steve Beshear’s to lose? Or could an old legal case come back to haunt him? What important issues are the candidates not talking about—but should be? And, who are all of those other names on the November ballot? (#3348)

Program 3402
11/9/07: How did an incumbent who won so big four years ago blow it? What might Gov. Ernie Fletcher have done differently? Forgotten just 18 months ago, how did Steve Beshear pull it off? Consequences of the Beshear victory: What’s next for staffing, budget, casino gambling, and his plea to the State Board of Education to delay naming a commissioner? And, is Sen. Mitch McConnell nervous? (#3402)

Program 3406
12/7/07: With four days to go until he’s sworn in as governor, Steve Beshear completes his cabinet appointments while ethics questions remain about some of his picks. State Auditor Crit Luallen says no thanks to the U.S. Senate race. And, WANTED, a Democrat bold and brave enough to challenge Mitch McConnell and his $5 million fundraising start. (#3406)

Program 3411
A budget shortfall and the casino controversy- twin issues lurking over the Kentucky General Assembly... will they keep other issues from being discussed? The University of Kentucky puts on a hiring freeze reacting to the first swing of the budget cutting ax. And, what are the business conditions leading to Kentucky's economic struggles? Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV in Lexington guest hosts. (#3411)

Program 3419
3/7/08: The governor does a 180 on the cigarette tax and complains about funny money in the House budget. If you don't like casinos, what about pumping quarters into slots at your local tracks? The governor promises to fail any repeal of CATS. A judge says state money for the University of the Cumberlands isn't what the doctor ordered. And, did Hillary's wins put Kentucky in play in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination? (#3419)

Program 3432
Governor Steve Beshear appoints Paul Patton to the higher ed council. Legislators resume discussions to deal with the state pension crisis. What did the education commissioner know about the extras for his car, and when did he know it? The governor bans discrimination based on sexual orientation. A major economic development opportunity for West Kentucky. And, Senate office renovations will have to wait. Guests: Bill Bartleman, political reporter for the Paducah Sun; Ronnie Ellis, Frankfort reporter for CNHI Inc.; and Tom Loftus, Frankfort Bureau chief for the Louisville Courier-Journal. (#3432)

Program 3436
What's the price tag for lobbying at the state capitol? Public defenders sue state officials over budget cuts. More shakeups in the Beshear administration. The FenPhen mistrial. A tight second district congressional race adn how much is a gallon of gas in Louisville? Guests: Mark Hebert, political reporter for WHAS-TV, channel 11 in Louisville;Tom Loftus, Frankfort Bureau Chief for The Courier-Journal; and Jamie Lucke, editorial writer for the Lexington Herald Leader. (#3436)

Program 3442
The Feds investigate rigged bigs at the state transportation cabinet. The G-O-P stretches its lead in the Bluegrass state. Steroids, slots and Keeneland expansion. (#3442)

Program 3448
9/26/08: Legislative Research Commission Director Bobby Sherman marches toward a big pay raise. Democrat U.S. Senate nominee Bruce Lunsford pulls withing three points. And, the blacktop case takes some turns. Guests: Mark Hebert, state capitol reporter with WHAS-TV in Louisville, hosts this broadcast. Guests: Tom Loftus, Frankfort bureau chief of The Courier-Journal; Jack Brammer, senior Frankfort correspondent for the Lexington Herald-Leader; and Ronnie Ellis, Frankfort reporter for CNHI News Service. (#3448)

program 3502
11.14.08: The economy gets tougher. Louisville's Ford truck plant will go idle for a while after Christmas. Delta cuts flights and pilots at its Northern Kentucky hub. Also, Kentucky prepares to execute a man who says he "wants" to die for his crimes. And, a proposal to replace Rupp Arena, home of the UK Wildcats. Bill Bryant, political reporter and anchor for WKYT-TV in Lexington guest hosts. Scheduled guests: John Stamper, government editor of the Lexington Herald-Leader ; Tom Loftus, Frankfort bureau chief of The Courier-Journal; and Don McNay, syndicated financial columnist from Richmond. (#3502)

Program 3505
12.05.08 Kentucky waits on the governor to announce his plan to cut the budget. And the governor meets with reporters to talk about his first year in office. Some lawmakers travel a lot and we pick up the tab. And, a fish story. (#3505)

Program 3510
1.9.09: The Kentucky General Assembly convenes in Frankfort this week, and the state House of Representatives elect a new Speaker. Insights on the first week of the 2009 legislative session, new leadership, the projected half-billion dollar budget shortfall and much more. Scheduled guests: Tom Loftus, Frankfort bureau chief for The Courier-Journal; Janet Patton, business writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader; and Greg Stotelmyer, political reporter for WTVQ-TV, Channel 36 in Lexington. (#3510)

Program 3515
2.13.09: Scheduled guests: Linda Blackford, reporter for the Lexington Herald-Leader; Tom Loftus, Frankfort Bureau Chief for the Courier-Journal; and Al Mayo, reporter for WHAS-AM, Louisville (#3515)

March 27, 2009
Panelists: Ellis, Estep, Loftus (#3521)

April 24, 2009
Panelists: Alessi, Loftus (#3525)

July 17, 2009
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Brammer, Loftus, Stotelmyer (#3537)

October 9, 2009
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Stamper (#3549)

October 30, 2009
Panelists: Alford, Estep, Loftus (#3552)

February 12, 2010
Panelists: Alessi, Loftus, McVeigh (#3615)

March 12, 2010
Panelists: Cheves, Loftus, Van Benschoten (#3619)

April 2, 2010
Panelists: Cross, Loftus, Warren (#3622)

May 7, 2010
Panelists: Bryant, Dearbone, Loftus (#3627)

June 11, 2010
Panelists: Loftus, McVeigh, Patton (#3632)

August 20, 2010
Panelists: Brammer, Ellis, Loftus (#3642)

October 1, 2010
Panelists: Arnold, Estep, Loftus (#3648)

October 22, 2010
Panelists: Ellis, Estep, Loftus (#3651)

December 17, 2010
Panelists: Hjalmarson, Loftus, Van Benschoten (#3707)

February 25, 2011
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Loftus, Truman, Van Benschoten (#3717)

March 18, 2011
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Downs, Ellis, Loftus (#3720)

April 8, 2011
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Alessi, Loftus, Van Benschoten (#3723)

June 24, 2011
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, York (#3734)

July 22, 2011
Panelists: Brammer, Loftus, Stotelmyer (#3738)

August 26, 2011
Panelists: Colston, Loftus, Warren (#3743)

September 23, 2011
Panelists: Colston, Loftus, Van Benschoten (#3747)

November 4, 2011
Panelists: Brammer, Craig, Loftus (#3801)

December 9, 2011
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Stotelmyer (#3806)

January 6, 2012
Panelists: Brammer, Ellis, Loftus (#3810)

February 24, 2012
Panelists: Loftus, Patton, Stotelmyer (#3817)

March 16, 2012
Panelists: Cheves, Loftus, Pendleton (#3820)

April 6, 2012
Panelists: Bryant, Cross, Loftus (#3823)

May 4, 2012
Panelists: Loftus, Patton, Van Benschoten (#3827)

May 11, 2012
Panelists: Cassady, Estep, Loftus (#3828)

June 15, 2012
Panelists: Brammer, Loftus, Van Benschoten (#3833)

July 13, 2012
Panelists: Cheves, Ellis, Loftus (#3837)

September 7, 2012
Panelists: Brammer, Loftus, Stotelmyer (#3845)

September 28, 2012
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Loftus, Martin, Storm (#3848)

October 5, 2012
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Walser (#3849)

October 19, 2012
Panelists: Cheves, Colston, Loftus (#3851)

November 2, 2012
Panelists: Arnold, Brammer, Loftus (#3901)

December 7, 2012
Panelists: Colston, Estep, Loftus (#3906)

January 4, 2013
Panelists: Cheves, Ellis, Loftus (#3910)

January 25, 2013
Panelists: Arnold, Brammer, Loftus (#3913)

March 1, 2013
Panelists: Loftus, Patton, Pendleton (#3918)

March 22, 2013
Panelists: Bryant, Loftus, Musgrave (#3921)

April 26, 2013
Panelists: Arnold, Ellis, Loftus (#3926)

May 31, 2013
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Stamper (#3931)

June 28, 2013
Panelists: Alessi, Cross, Loftus (#3935)

July 26, 2013
Panelists: Arnold, Cross, Loftus (#3939)

August 30, 2013
Panelists: Blackford, Cross, Loftus (#3944)

October 4, 2013
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Storm (#3949)

January 10, 2014
Panelists: Blackford, Ellis, Loftus (#4011)

February 7, 2014
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Brammer, Cross, Loftus (#4015)

February 14, 2014
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Loftus, Storm, Youngman (#4016)

March 7, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Bailey, Ellis, Loftus (#4019)

April 4, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Loftus, Wartman, Youngman (#4023)

May 9, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Youngman (#4028)

June 27, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Loftus, Patton, Wright (#4035)

July 18, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Bailey, Loftus, Storm (#4038)

October 10, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Cheves, Loftus, Smith (#4050)

October 31, 2014
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Ellis, Loftus, Youngman (#4053)

February 6, 2015
Interim Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Gossum, Loftus, Patton (#4114)

March 20, 2015
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Loftus, Smith, Youngman (#4120)

May 1, 2015
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV
Panelists: Beam, Loftus, Patton (#4126)

July 10, 2015
Host: Bill Bryant
Panelists: Brammer, Loftus, Storm (#4136)

September 18, 2015
Host: Bill Bryant
Panelists: Loftus, Patton, Storm (#4146)

November 13, 2015
Host: Bill Bryant
Panelists: Combs, Loftus, Wheatley (#4202)

January 29, 2016
Host: Bill Bryant
Panelists: Loftus, Smith, Storm (#4213)

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