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Ferrell Wellman, radio host and former Eastern Kentucky University professor

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 3103
11/19/04: This second show celebrating the 30th anniversary of Comment, which went on the air November 11, 1974, brings back two former regulars: Bob Johnson and Ferrell Wellman. Also joining us is long-time panelist Jamie Lucke, who writes editorials for the Lexington Herald-Leader and is a regular guest.

Bob Johnson did a lot of analysis for the show in the 1970s and ’80s, when he was political writer at the Louisville Courier-Journal. He is now retired. When Ferrell Wellman’s day job was covering Frankfort for WAVE-TV in Louisville, he shared the background on the news with us on many Friday nights. He is now an assistant professor of journalism at Eastern Kentucky University.

(#3103)

Program 3245
9/8/06: Trey Grayson sends a signal that he might not move down the hallway to the governor’s office. Immigration becomes an issue in the Davis-Lucas congressional race in the 4th District ... or is it a dirty trick? And U.S. Rep. Ron Lewis’ military record becomes a target. Guest host: veteran broadcast journalist Ferrell Wellman of WLAP-AM/Lexington. (#3245)

Program 3251
10/20/06: Charges and countercharges fly as Election Day nears and the candidates for Congress get testy. The grand jury investigating the governor’s hiring practices wraps up its report, but how much of it will we see and when? Kentucky’s senior senator has lots of political muscle and knows how to use it to raise money. And we look at recruiting athletes—not for colleges but for high schools. Guest host: Ferrell Wellman, WLAP-AM. (#3251)

Program 3306
12/8/06: The United States Supreme Court hears the Jefferson County school desegregation case and will decide whether race can determine where students attend class. Attorney General Greg Stumbo wants the Executive Branch Ethics Commission to reconsider whether it’s still a conflict of interest for him to run for governor. The Democrats are still deciding who will enter the primary—it could be Steve Beshear. And educators and officials debate how the ACT should be used in Kentucky schools. Guest host: radio talk show host and veteran journalist Ferrell Wellman. (#3306)




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