Kentucky Life explores the work of Eastern Kentucky PRIDE (Personal Responsibility In a Desirable Environment), an initiative started in 1997 by Congressman Hal Rogers and the late General James Bickford. Their vision was to encourage citizens to take responsibility for protecting the environment and provide the education and resources they need to do so.
Before there were one-and-dones, "The Fabulous Five" set the tone for the University of Kentucky men's basketball team's supremacy on the hard court. Former players remember their time on the team in this 2001 KET production.
Severe Weather: Staying Safe
Will March start like a lion and end like a lamb? Whether it does or doesn't, experts during the annual call-in "Severe Weather: Staying Safe" will help you be prepared for dangerous weather situations.
A section of the Louisville skyline can now be viewed as a type of memorial for architect Michael Graves, who passed away on March 12. Graves meticulously designed the 26-story Humana Building on Main Street.
You're in for a vintage video treat. Back in 1998 Kentucky Life introduced us to the colorful primitive paintings and graceful willow furniture of folk artists Ron and Janice Owens of Rockcastle County. Then host Byron Crawford sat down for an interview with country music legend Tom T. Hall. Music in this segment includes "Country Is," "I Love," "Local Flowers," and "Bill Monroe for Breakfast."
What does effective teaching look like? Learn how Kentucky educators are using the new Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System to transform practice with self-reflection as well as feedback from their students and their peers. "Any good teacher wants feedback," says math teacher Brad Darnall of South Marshall Middle School. See how schools in Marshall and Boone counties are implementing the new system.