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Liz Everman

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Liz Everman is perhaps the most recognized television personality in the Louisville television market. She's been with WLKY NewsChannel 32 for more than 25 years.

Liz retired from her anchorwoman post in June 2005, but continues to work on the station's award-winning "Wednesday's Child" segments, which she founded. Wednesday's Child is a special series of weekly reports that helps children in Greater Louisville find adoptive homes.

In this National Adoption Awareness Month, get an update on Liz's life since retirement and a look at her continuing push to help Louisville children in need.

To learn more about "Wednesday's Child" and local adoptions, visit the official website.

Program 207
Meet Louisvillian Terry Boyd, an embedded reporter who was sent on assignment to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo; a retrospective of the work of Stratton Hammon, one of Kentucky's most famous architects; a visit with retired broadcaster Liz Everman; and the facts about Mary Anderson, a late 19th century actress who grew up in Louisville. (#207)