It's National Breastfeeding Week, and Renee and her guests discuss the health benefits and provide tips on proper infant nutrition.
Fancy Farm 2015
Partisan politics took on a new facet at Saturday’s Fancy Farm political picnic. In addition to a simple Democratic and Republican split among the candidates for statewide office, many of the speeches pitted native Kentuckians against transplanted Kentuckians.
Louisville native and author Emily Bingham discusses her book, "Irrepressible: The Jazz Age Life of Henrietta Bingham," a biography about her great aunt.
We take a look back at the remarkable career of the late Grady Nutt, minister, author and beloved television personality, whose winning blend of Christian comedy made him a regular on shows like "Hee Haw" and "The Mike Douglas Show."
History comes alive through an examination with host Barry Bernson of the artifacts around us. Included are modern Kentucky icons: Bill Monroe's mandolin, Harland Sanders' original pressure cooker, and an Adolph Rupp model basketball. The objects span the course of time from 1000 A.D. to 2013, from a stone axe to a space satellite.
Family Scholar House in Louisville works to end the cycle of poverty by providing housing and educational support to single-parent students and their families. KET's Renee Shaw examines the group's impact on families and the community with Cathe Dykstra, chief possibility officer, president & CEO of the organization.