Video Archive: Season 10
Chris Rabb, author of Invisible Capital: How Unseen Forces Shape Entrepreneurial Opportunity, explores how behind-the-scenes factors—human, cultural, and social capital—affect whether a business will be successful. Watch Preview
Premiered: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 6:30/5:30 pm CT on KETKY
Meet two women who have opened up about their personal journeys through life's challenges by writing blogs. Writer Emmie Sandford is a corporate marketer by trade who owns a social media consulting company. She has been chronicling her journey to a healthier weight on her blog, authenticallyemmie.com. Sheryl Withers Woolverton, a Lexington clinical social worker and therapist, is a former grief counselor with Hospice of the Bluegrass who has shared her journey of grief over a miscarriage and the death of her mother and grandmother. Her blog is called How to Make a Life. Watch Preview
Premiered: Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 1:30/12:30 pm CT on KET
Husband and wife Chris and Soreyda Begley of Lexington are guests this week. Soreyda Benedit Begley is a fashion designer and native of Honduras; Chris Begley is an archaeologist and associate professor at Transylvania University who has done field work in the United States and abroad, including the Mosquito Coast of Honduras.
Premiered: Friday, September 19, 2014 at 5:00/4:00 pm CT on KET2
Featured are two organizations that help the economically disadvantaged meet basic needs. Analisa Wagoner and Amy Wickliffe of Dress for Success Lexington talk about providing women the right tools to be successful in the workplace. Then, Marian Guinn, CEO of God's Pantry Food Bank, discusses the group's latest hunger report and how the food bank is coming to the rescue.
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Premiered: Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 12:30/11:30 am CT on KETKY
Louisville psychologist Kevin Chapman, Ph.D., discusses anxiety and how the pressure to achieve success contributes to anxiety. He also discusses obsessive compulsive disorder, hoarding, and addictions that signal a mental disorder. Watch Preview
Premiered: Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 1:30/12:30 pm CT on KET
Diane Follingstad, Ph.D., became the inaugural Women's Circle Endowed Chair at the University of Kentucky Center for Research on Violence Against Women in July 2008. A professor of clinical and forensic psychology in the Department of Psychiatry in the College of Medicine at UK, she does research on violence prevention, bystander interventions, and factors impacting jury verdicts in cases where battered women killed a partner. Watch Preview
Premiered: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 6:30/5:30 pm CT on KETKY
Bill Farmer, president and CEO of the United Way of the Bluegrass, talks about the agency's BIG BOLD GOAL for Central Kentucky: 10,000 more Bluegrass families will be self-sufficient by 2020.
United Way website: http://www.uwbg.org
Premiered: Tuesday night, October 28, 2014 at 12:30/11:30 pm CT on KET
How much of a threat is Ebola to our nation and state? And how concerned should we be about the respiratory disease Enterovirus 68? Telling us what we need to know are two infectious diseases specialists with University of Louisville Physicians: epidemiologist Dr. Kristina Bryant and Dr. Charles Woods. Watch Preview
Premiered: Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 6:30/5:30 pm CT on KETKY
Debbie Millman, a writer, brand consultant, and educator, talks with Renee at the 2014 IdeaFestival at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Premiered: Friday, November 7, 2014 at 5:00/4:00 pm CT on KET2
Jefferson County's Veterans Treatment Court, which began operating in the fall of 2012, helps veterans seeking treatment for alcohol/substance abuse addiction and/or serious mental health issues. Jefferson County District Court Judge David Holton talks with Renee about court, the first of its kind in Kentucky. Watch Preview
Premiered: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 8:00/7:00 am CT on KETKY
Sister Helen Prejean's prison ministry to abolish the death penalty and provide counseling to death row inmates has received global recognition and acclaim. The author of Dead Man Walking discusses her quest to abolish the death penalty. Watch Preview
Premiered: Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 1:30/12:30 pm CT on KET
An educational movement in the Greater Louisville area seeks to put more college diplomas in the hands of African Americans. It's called 15K Degrees and some of the partners in this effort join Renee in the downtown Louisville studios to discuss the initiative. Watch Preview
Premiered: Tuesday night, December 16, 2014 at 12:30/11:30 pm CT on KET
Dr. Stephanie Mayfield Gibson, commissioner for the Kentucky Department for Public Health, discusses flu outbreaks, the Ebola virus, the statewide smoke-free law, state health rankings, and more.
Premiered: Tuesday night, December 23, 2014 at 12:30/11:30 pm CT on KET
Dr. Ralph Alvarado (R-Winchester) is the first Latino elected to the Kentucky General Assembly. Alvarado defeated state Sen. R.J. Palmer II for the 28th District Senate seat in November 2014. He has been a doctor in Winchester since 1998 and was president of Winchester Medical Associates until June 2013.
Premiered: Sunday, January 4 at 9:00/8:00 am CT on KETKY
Mary Gwen Wheeler is executive director of 55,000 Degrees, a public-private partnership in Louisville whose mission is to add 40,000 bachelor's degrees and 15,000 associate degrees by 2020. Currently about 33 percent of Jefferson County residents hold an associate or bachelor's degree; reaching the goal of adding 55,000 degrees would increase the percentage to 50 percent. Watch Preview
Premiered: Sunday, January 11 at 1:30/12:30 pm CT on KET
The Student Voice Team is comprised of middle and high school students working closely with the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence to amplify the voices of Kentucky youth on the classroom impact of education policy issues. The overarching vision is to position students as partners in improving Kentucky schools. Watch Preview
Premiered: Thursday, January 22 at 12:30/11:30 am CT on KETKY
State Sen. Gerald A. Neal (D-Jefferson County) was recently chosen by his Democratic colleagues in the Senate to serve as caucus chairman. The appointment makes Neal the first African-American to serve in a leadership role in Kentucky's General Assembly in its 222-year history.
Premiered: Tuesday night, January 27 at 12:30/11:30 pm CT on KET