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Louisville Zoo Part Two, Berea College, and George Washington’s Land!

Kentucky Life

Louisville Zoo Part Two, Berea College, and George Washington’s Land!

George Washington once owned land in what became Grayson County, Doug Flynn talks with Dr. Alicestyne Turley of Berea College about the Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education, the second installment in Kentucky Life's profile of the Louisville Zoo, and a trip to Hickman to explore their riverport and ferry are featured.

Don Lane and Wayne Chapman

Conversations With Champions

Don Lane and Wayne Chapman

The year 2018 will mark the 100th anniversary of high school basketball in Kentucky. Don Lane and Wayne Chapman, both former high school stars and successful college coaches, talk about the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame.

Bass Fishing, Trappers, and Ducks

Kentucky Afield

Bass Fishing, Trappers, and Ducks

Fishing for bass on Lake Cumberland, next-generation trappers, and American black ducks.

Louisville Zoo – Part 1, Col. Charles Young, and a Trip to Rosine!

Kentucky Life

Louisville Zoo – Part 1, Col. Charles Young, and a Trip to Rosine!

In the first of a three part series, Doug visits the Louisville Zoo; a profile of accomplished African-American Col. Charles Young; and Rosine, Ky., is the home of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe and the Rosine Barn Jamboree.

Hunting Dogs and Wild Hogs

Kentucky Afield

Hunting Dogs and Wild Hogs

We're in the company of good dogs in Anderson County on the trail of busy tails. Then we join biologists as they investigate wild hogs in the Bluegrass. Learn how to keep fishing tackle in tip-top shape for this spring.

Alpacas, a Climbing Adventure, and Kentucky By Design

Kentucky Life

Alpacas, a Climbing Adventure, and Kentucky By Design

Eagle Bend Alpacas is home to 150 alpacas in Boone County, Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure in Campton brings European climbing techniques to the Red River Gorge, and "Kentucky By Design" explores our state's arts and craft contributions to The Index of American Design.

On Fire with Biting Fish

Kentucky Afield

On Fire with Biting Fish

Chad Miles heads to the newest fish hatchery in the state, Wolf Creek in Russell County, where the fish are really biting. Also featured on this episode are flushing a covey of quail in Western Kentucky and getting the most out of boat electronics.

Food Synergy

The Local Traveler

Food Synergy

On this episode we learn more about communities and companies that are using synergy in food systems. We stop at a building known as The Bread Box to learn about the symbiotic relationship between businesses and their collective use of an indoor aquaponics system. Next, we pack our boots for a day in the orchard to work with Glean KY. Learn how this volunteer organization is ending hunger in Kentucky, one glean at a time.

Hunting for the Big Fish

Kentucky Afield

Hunting for the Big Fish

Fisheries biologist John Williams hunts for big fish on Laurel Lake. Then we learn about the connection between Frankfort and the original bait casting reel. Host Chad Miles goes in search of venison.

The Old Dunbar Bearcats

Conversations With Champions

The Old Dunbar Bearcats

Bobby Washington and George Wilson talk about the old Dunbar High School in Lexington, Kentucky.