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Getting Babies Off to a Good Start

It's National Breastfeeding Week, and Renee and her guests discuss the health benefits and provide tips on proper infant nutrition.

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Louisville Life

Grady Nutt: Remembering the Prime Minister of Humor

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."

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From the Stone Age to the Space Age

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.

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Kentucky Afield

A Different Kind of Catfish

Biologist Steve Marple discusses hybrid catfish; a young woman bands geese; and Tim Farmer fishes for smallmouth bass on the Green River.

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Connections with Renee Shaw

Help for Single Parents

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.

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Kentucky Tonight

Jobs and Wages; No Simple Solutions

Substitute host Renee Shaw and her guests discuss jobs and wages. Scheduled guests: Jason Bailey, executive director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University and policy scholar for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Caitlin Lally, communications director for United Food and Commercial Workers Local 227; and Julia Crigler, state director of Americans for Prosperity.

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Kentucky Life

The Frontier Comes Into Focus

Meet award-winning artist Steve White of Mason County, whose paintings reflect America's first frontier from 1760-1812. Amy Hess visits downtown Paris. The Potter's Inn Bed and Breakfast offers art and hospitality in Wilmore. And a once-forgotten Civil War tragedy, the massacre of the 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry in Simpsonville, is memorialized in Shelby County.

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Louisville Life

The Prime Minister of Humor

It's been more than 30 years since TV personality Grady Nutt died in a plane crash returning to Louisville. Grady Nutt's son remembers the man called "The Prime Minister of Humor."

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Kentucky Afield

Trout Fishing on the Cumberland

Tag along with Brandon Wade of the Cumberland Drifters in search of trout on the Cumberland River. Near Berea, youth take aim during the 112th State Shotgun Shoot. Tim Farmer bids a warm farewell to life-long angler Ruth Brame.

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One to One with Bill Goodman

Advocates Present Kentucky Education Report Card

What's ahead for Kentucky's public schools? Discussing money, tests, the technology divide, and more, Bill talks with Stu Silberman, who is retiring as executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, and Brigitte Blom Ramsey, who will succeed him.