State lawmakers have big hopes heading into the 2016 for legislation regarding education, right to work, tort reform, the minimum wage, and a host of other policy goals. But all of those debates will pale in comparison to the primary challenge facing the next General Assembly. Money.
Follow actors as they go through the audition and extensive preparation project to join the Kentucky Humanities Council's Kentucky Chautauqua program. The program includes portrayals of Daniel Boone, Simon Kenton, Col. Harland Sanders, Lucy Bakewell Audubon, Mary Settles, and other characters from Kentucky history.
Celebrate Covington's bicentennial and see why this Northern Kentucky city has had a major impact in the region; the history of Daviess County on its 200th anniversary; country singer Marty Brown attempts a comeback from a Nashville recording studio and his Simpson County home; and in Ashland, three brothers give Mexican cuisine a Southern California spin at Suplex Tacos.
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Carl Brenner painting and Newcomb College Pottery. Amy Hess goes on the road to the Oxford Antique Market in Scott County.
What is the best tasting meat on a white-tailed deer? How much hunter orange does the law require you to wear? Tim Farmer and experts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources answer these questions and more. The program was taped on Nov. 14 at the KET studios.
In the season premiere, new host Doug Flynn enjoys a scenic boat ride through the recently re-opened locks on the Kentucky River; on the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, Kentucky veterans share their stories; and the first segment in a series of ghostly tales and haunted histories of Old Louisville.