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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! #200
Two WWII veterans discuss the Battle of the Bulge on its 50th anniversary. Guests are Lois Gray, chairman of Gray Construction Co., and Uhel Barrickman, an attorney from Glasgow, Ky. A 1994 KET production.

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Social Security #414 [TV-None]

Kentucky Programming Beverage Container Deposits #716
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of whether Kentucky should pass a "bottle bill" requiring refundable deposits on beverage containers. Guests: Tom FitzGerald, executive director, Kentucky Resources Council; Pat Hicks, Kentucky Grocers Association; Rep. Hoby Anderson, R-Flatwoods; and Rep. Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg. (12/13/99)

Kentucky Programming Y2K #717
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of possible implications of the millennium computer bug for individuals, businesses, and government agencies. (12/20/99)

Kentucky Programming The 2000 General Assembly (Part 1) #718
Journalists and state legislators preview the 2000 Kentucky General Assembly session. Guests: Peter Baniak, political writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader; Al Cross, political writer for the Courier-Journal; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; and Senate Majority Floor Leader David Williams, R-Burkesville. (1/3/00)

Kentucky Programming The 2000 General Assembly (Part 2) #719
Panelists from public advocacy, labor, and business organizations discuss topics to be addressed in the 2000 Kentucky General Assembly session. Guests: Tom FitzGerald, executive director, Kentucky Resources Council; Rebekah Freeman, director of natural resources, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation; Bill Londrigan, president, Kentucky AFL-CIO; and Tony Sholar, vice president of public affairs, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. (1/10/00)

Kentucky Programming The Tobacco Settlement #720
Panelists debate how Kentucky should spend its share of the proceeds of the landmark tobacco lawsuit settlement. Guests: Karen Armstrong-Cummings, director of the Commodity Growers Cooperative of Kentucky; Bruce Harper, Mercer County farmer and chairman of the Kentucky Agriculture Resources Development Authority; Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; and Arch Mainous, president of the Good Samaritan Foundation. (1/17/00)

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Taxes #721
A discussion of possible changes to the Kentucky tax code. Guests: Bruce Clark, chairman of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce State Tax Committee; Joe Ewalt, director of advocacy for the Kentucky League of Cities; Doug Hall, senior analyst for Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Rand Paul, chairman of Kentucky Taxpayers United. (1/24/00)

Kentucky Programming Health Insurance #722
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the proposal that the state create a health insurance pool for Kentuckians with high-cost medical conditions. Guests: Rep. Robert Damron, D-Nicholasville; Roy Mattingly, president of the Kentucky Health Underwriters Association; Kentucky Insurance Commissioner George Nichols; and Sheila Schuster, co-chair of Kentuckians for Health Care Reform. (1/31/00)

Kentucky Programming The Ten Commandments #723
Theologians and activists discuss the issue of allowing schools to post copies of the biblical Ten Commandments. Guests: Rev. Hershael York, professor of Christian preaching and associate dean at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Johanna Bos, professor of Old Testament at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary; Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Jeffrey Vessels, executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky. (2/7/00)

Kentucky Programming Trash Legislation #724
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of container deposits and mandatory garbage collection. Guests: Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Letcher County Deputy Judge/Executive Mike Gover; Mike Brown, president of the Beverage Industry Recycling Program and vice president and general manager of Pepsi Cola in Louisville; and Henderson County Judge/Executive Sandy Watkins. (2/14/00)

Kentucky Programming The Governor's Budget and Tax Plan #725
Gov. Paul Patton; House Majority Whip Joe Barrows, D-Versailles; and Rep. Mark Treesh, R-Philpot, discuss the governor's proposals for the state budget and tax reform. (2/21/00)

Kentucky Programming The Death Penalty #726
Guests discuss the question of whether Kentucky should abolish capital punishment. Panelists: Kentucky Public Advocate Ernie Lewis; Gary Potter, professor of criminal justice and police studies at Eastern Kentucky University; Phillip Patton, commonwealth's attorney for Barren and Metcalfe counties and president of the Kentucky Commonwealth Attorneys Association; and Sandra Graves, a behavioral scientist and professor emeritus at the University of Louisville. (2/28/00)

Kentucky Programming Gun-Control Laws #727
Host Bill Goodman moderates a debate on gun control. Guests: Craig Palmer, a member of the National Rifle Association; Scott Kappas, a lawyer and author of The Traveler's Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States; Dr. Joe Casey, a physician and president of the Kentucky Chapter of Handgun Control; and Price Foster, a criminologist and professor of justice administration at the University of Louisville. (3/27/00)

Kentucky Programming Foreign Policy #728
Political science experts from Kentucky universities debate the United States' proper role in foreign affairs. Guests: John Stempel, professor of international studies and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Horace Bartilow, assistant professor of political science at the University of Kentucky; Robert Compton, assistant professor of government in the Western Kentucky University Department of Government; and Yvonne Baldwin, chair of the Geography, Government, and History Department at Morehead State University. (4/3/00)

Kentucky Programming Tobacco and the FDA #729
Panelists discuss a proposal to authorize the Food and Drug Administration to regulate tobacco. Guests: Julie Brackett, director of advocacy for the American Heart Association; Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; Patrick Jennings, director of national affairs and political education for the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation; and Thomas McAdam, a member of the National Smokers Alliance. (4/10/00)

Kentucky Programming The 2000 General Assembly #730
State legislative leaders review the 2000 General Assembly regular session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; and House Appropriations and Revenue Committee Chair Harry Moberly, D-Richmond. (4/17/00)

Kentucky Programming Internet Taxes #731
Bill Goodman hosts a debate over a congressional proposal to ban taxes on e-commerce and Internet access. Guests: Gene Williams, co-owner of Natasha'sCafe.Com; Dannie Gregoire, co-founder of IgLou Internet Services; Merl Hackbart, professor of finance and public administration at the University of Kentucky; and Phil Laemmle, professor of political science at the University of Louisville. (4/24/00)

Kentucky Programming The Kentucky Education Reform Act #732
Panelists assess the results of the first decade of school reform under the landmark Kentucky Education Reform Act. Guests: Sen. Lindy Casebier, R-Louisville, chair of the Senate Education Committee; Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington, vice chair of the Senate Education Committee; Linda France, superintendent of Jessamine County Schools; and Martin Cothran, policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (5/1/00)

Kentucky Programming Campaign Finance Reform #733
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of national campaign finance reform proposals. Guests: Kentucky Secretary of State John Y. Brown III; Richard Beliles, chair of Common Cause of Kentucky; Russell Weaver, a University of Louisville law professor; and Everett Hoffman, a Louisville lawyer and volunteer with the ACLU of Kentucky. (5/8/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Genetically Engineered Crops #734
A discussion of possible regulation of biotech foods. Guests: Chris Saporita, executive director of the Louisville chapter of EarthSave; Steve Smith, a Trimble County farmer and member of the Community Farm Alliance; Glenn Collins, a professor of agronomy at the University of Kentucky; and Danny Ebelhar, a Daviess County farmer and member of the board of directors of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation. (5/15/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The 2000 Election #735
Kentucky party leaders and political reporters outline the issues that will decide the 2000 races. Guests: Nicki Patton, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Tom Loftus, Frankfort bureau chief for the Courier-Journal; and Peter Baniak, political writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader. (5/22/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The U.S. Economy #736
Panelists discuss the direction of the American economy. Guests: Ann Cody, director of research and investment strategist for Hilliard Lyons; Alan Bartley, an economics professor at Transylvania University; Beth Stegner Peabody, investment adviser and president of Stegner Investment Associates; and Bob Martin, an economics professor at Centre College. (5/29/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Social Security #737
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of personal investment accounts and other proposals for strengthening Social Security. Guests: Laurel True, Kentucky voter education coordinator for AARP; Ann Walls, state public policy chair for the American Association of University Women; Rand Paul, chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; and Patty M. Breeze, owner and president of Patty M. Breeze and Associates. (6/5/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Annual Legislative Sessions #738
Panelists debate whether Kentucky's constitution should be amended to allow annual General Assembly sessions. Guests: House Majority Floor Leader Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Jon Dalager, associate professor and chair of the Political Science Department at Georgetown College; and Mack Morgan, a citizen activist and retired lobbyist. (6/12/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming School Vouchers #739
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion on using publicly funded school vouchers to pay for private education. Guests: John McCarty, chair of the Kentucky League for Education Alternatives; Joe Byers, a member of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky; Libby Marshall, director of governmental relations for the Kentucky School Boards Association; and Wayne Young, executive director of the Kentucky Association of School Administrators. (6/19/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Juvenile Justice System #740
A discussion of the reasons why minority youth are disproportionately confined in Kentucky's juvenile correctional facilities and what can be done to address the imbalance. Guests: Juvenile Justice Commissioner Ralph Kelly; Denotra Gunther, assistant Fayette County attorney; Campbell County District Judge Michael Foellger, president of the District Judges Association of Kentucky; and Rebecca DiLoreto, Post-Trial Division director in the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy. (6/26/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Death Penalty #741
Panelists discuss proposals for national reform of capital punishment laws. Guests: Roberta Harding, University of Kentucky law professor; Gary Potter, Eastern Kentucky University criminal justice and police studies professor; Paul Salamanca, UK law professor; and Sandra Graves, a behavioral scientist and University of Louisville professor emeritus. (7/3/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Health Care #742
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of how government health care dollars can be most effectively spent. Guests: Douglas Scutchfield, M.D., director of the Kentucky School of Public Health and the Center for Health Services Management and Research at the University of Kentucky; Melinda Rowe, M.D., director of the Jefferson County Health Department and assistant clinical professor of family and community medicine at the University of Louisville; Wayne Tuckson, M.D., associate professor of surgery at U of L; and Christina Kaufman, Ph.D., director of clinical research for the Institute of Cellular Therapeutics and assistant professor of surgery at U of L. (7/10/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Land-Use Planning #743 [TV-None]
A discussion of how communities can manage growth while balancing competing interests. Guests: Jeanne Gage, president of Communities by Choice; Bob Joice, planning manager for the Lexington-Fayette County Division of Planning; Tim Butler, a planning consultant and president of the Kentucky chapter of the American Planning Association; and Robert Weiss, executive vice president of the Home Builders Association of Kentucky. (7/17/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicare and Prescription Drugs #744
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of medical insurance plans for the elderly. Guests: Dr. Greg Osetinsky of Lexington; Rand Paul, a Bowling Green ophthalmologist and chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Laurel True, Kentucky voter education coordinator for AARP; and Ann Walls, state public policy chair for the American Association of University Women. (7/24/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Human Genome Project #745
Panelists look at the medical, legal, and ethical issues raised by human genetics research. Guests: David Hein, acting director of the Center for Genetics and Molecular Medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine; Osborne Wiggins, a medical ethicist and professor at U of L; Elaine Jacobson, professor of clinical nutrition at the University of Kentucky; and Mark Rothstein, a law professor and director of the Health Law and Policy Institute at the University of Houston. (8/7/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Corporate Farming #746
A discussion of state regulation of large-scale agriculture and livestock operations. Guests: Rebekah Freeman, director of natural resources for the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation; Dennis Liptrap, a farmer and executive board member of the Kentucky Pork Producers Association; Hank Graddy, an attorney for the Sierra Club in Kentucky and chair of the club's national clean water committee; and Chris Korrow, a farmer and member of the Community Farm Alliance. (8/14/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The 2000 Election #801
Political party representatives give their predictions of which issues will be critical in the 2000 presidential race. Guests: Nicki Patton, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Charles Arbegust, chair of the Reform Party of Kentucky; and Greg Holmes, vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Kentucky. (8/21/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Postsecondary Education (Part 1) #802
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the effects of Kentucky's recent higher education reforms. Guests: Gordon Davies, president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education; Bob Kustra, president of Eastern Kentucky University; Mary Ellen Miller, English professor and Board of Regents member at Western Kentucky University; and John Roush, president of Centre College. (8/28/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Postsecondary Education (Part 2) #803
Representatives of community and technical colleges and the business community give their perspectives on Kentucky higher education reform efforts. Guests: Michael McCall, president of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System; Angie Dvorak, president of Ashland Community College; Ronn Norfleet, associate professor of communications at Jefferson Community College; and Vincent Senior, vice president of Associated Industries of Kentucky. (9/4/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Trash Laws #804
Panelists discuss Kentucky recycling efforts and a proposed law mandating trash collection by counties. Guests: Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Letcher County Deputy Judge/Executive Mike Gover; Mike Brown, president of the Beverage Industry Recycling Program and vice president and general manager of Pepsi Cola in Louisville; and Henderson County Judge/Executive Sandy Watkins. (9/11/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming End-of-Life Issues #805
As a special follow-up to On Our Own Terms: Moyers on Dying, Bill Goodman leads a panel discussion concerning end-of-life issues in Kentucky. Guests: Dr. Richard Miles, a Russell Springs physician and past president of the Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians; Dr. Don Stevens, an oncologist and assistant professor of medicine at the University of Louisville; Amy Dougherty, a Frankfort lawyer; and Bill Hoskins, a lawyer and member of the ethics committee at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. (9/18/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Education #806
A discussion of education-related issues in the 2000 presidential campaign. Guests: Judith Gambill, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Libby Marshall, director of governmental relations for the Kentucky School Boards Association; Rick Christman, a former board member of the Kentucky League for Education Alternatives; and Penney Sanders, executive director of St. Francis DeSales and Holy Cross high schools in Louisville. (9/25/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Campaign Finance Reform #807
Bill Goodman moderates a look at campaign finance reform issues that are important to Kentuckians. Guests: Richard Beliles, volunteer chair of Common Cause of Kentucky; Ivonne Rovira, research director for Clean Money Kentucky; Jon Fleischaker, a Louisville lawyer; and Robert Abell, a Lexington lawyer. (10/02/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Social Security #808
Panelists discuss issues related to Social Security in the 2000 presidential campaign. Guests: Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; Ann Walls, state public policy chair for the American Association of University Women of Kentucky; Todd Lowe, president of Parthenon Capital Management and a member of the Louisville Society of Financial Analysts; and Michael Thomson, associate professor of political science at Northern Kentucky University. (10/9/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicare and Prescription Drugs #809
A debate over various ideas for reforming Medicare. Guests: Dr. Rand Paul, an ophthalmologist and chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Kent Brown, a Lexington lawyer; Laurel True, AARP voter education coordinator in Kentucky; and Allison Connelly, a University of Kentucky law professor and director of the UK Legal Clinic. (10/16/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Health Insurance #810
Panelists discuss issues related to health care that have figured in the presidential campaign. Guests: Dr. Wayne Tuckson, a University of Louisville surgery professor; Dayna Matthew, a University of Kentucky law professor specializing in health law; Dr. Greg Osetinsky, a Lexington physician; and Vickie Yates Brown, a Louisville lawyer and chair of the American Bar Association Health Law Section Government Affairs Committee. (10/23/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Annual Legislative Sessions #811
Kentucky legislators debate the pros and cons of changing from biennial to annual General Assembly sessions. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Sen. Dick Adams, D-Madisonville; and Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield. (10/30/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The 2000 Election #812
Bill Goodman moderates a preview of the 2000 presidential election. Guests: Nicki Patton, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Peter Baniak, political writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader; and Laura Cullen, editor of the Kentucky Gazette and associate editor of Kentucky Roll Call. (11/6/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Information Economy #813
Bill Goodman and guests examine whether Kentucky is keeping pace with other states in the new technologies and industries of the digital age. Guests: Joanne Lang, vice president of the Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation; Joe Reagan, executive vice president of economic development for Greater Louisville Inc., The Metro Chamber of Commerce; Alan Hawse, site manager for Cypress Semiconductor Kentucky Development Center; and Don Harker, president of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development. (11/13/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming U.S. Foreign Policy #814
Kentucky political science professors debate America's proper role in foreign affairs. Guests: John Stempel, professor of international studies and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Alice Hashim, assistant professor of political science at the University of Louisville; Clinton Hewan, associate professor and program coordinator for political science at Northern Kentucky University; and Nayef Samhat, assistant professor of government and international relations at Centre College. (11/20/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Electoral College #815
In the wake of the disputed 2000 presidential election, panelists discuss whether the Electoral College should be abolished in favor of direct popular election of the president. Guests: Saundra Ardrey, professor and head of the Department of Government at Western Kentucky University; Russell Weaver, University of Louisville law professor; Michael Thomson, Northern Kentucky University political science professor; and Paul Salamanca, University of Kentucky law professor. (11/27/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The U.S. Economy #816
Panelists debate the proper role of the federal government in managing the economy. Guests: Ann Cody, director of research and investment strategist for Hilliard Lyons; Adam Edelen, vice president of operations for the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce; Kip Bowmar, executive director of the Kentucky Association for Community Action; and Larry Lynch, an economics professor at Transylvania University. (12/4/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Internet Privacy #817
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of online privacy regulations. Guests: Roy Moore, associate dean for graduate studies in the College of Communications and Information Studies at the University of Kentucky; Jon Fleischaker, a Louisville lawyer; Carolyn Siegel, professor of marketing at Eastern Kentucky University; and Scot Duvall, a Louisville lawyer. (12/11/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Land-Use Planning #818 [TV-None]
A discussion of how communities can manage growth while balancing competing interests. Guests: Jeanne Hibberd, president of Communities by Choice; Alice Jones, geography and planning professor in the Eastern Kentucky University Department of Geography and Planning; Robert Weiss, executive vice president of the Home Builders Association of Kentucky; and Joe Hacker, a Lexington developer. (12/18/00)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The 2001 General Assembly #819
State legislative leaders talk about their priorities for the 2001 General Assembly session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Whip Marshall Long, D-Shelbyville; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/8/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Death Penalty #820
Bill Goodman moderates a debate on abolishing or limiting capital punishment. Guests: Kentucky Public Advocate Ernie Lewis; Rev. C.B. Akins, pastor of First Baptist Church Bracktown in Lexington; Phillip Patton, commonwealth's attorney for Barren and Metcalfe counties and immediate past president of the Kentucky Commonwealth Attorneys Association; and Rev. Rusty Russell, associate minister at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville. (1/15/01)

Kentucky Programming Mandatory Garbage Collection #821
Panelists discuss whether the General Assembly should require all counties to collect garbage. Guests: James Bickford, secretary of the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet; Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council; McLean County Judge/Executive Larry Whitaker, president of the Kentucky Association of Counties; and Marshall County Judge/Executive Mike Miller. (1/22/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming State Tax Reform #822
State legislators discuss the prospects for comprehensive reform of the Kentucky tax code. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Senate Minority Whip Marshall Long, D-Shelbyville; House Appropriations and Revenue Committee Chair Harry Moberly, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/29/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Self-Defense Law #823
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the circumstances under which deadly force can legally be used in self-defense should be expanded. Guests: Nicole Palya, state liaison for the National Rifle Association; Robert Lotz, past president of the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and chair of the association's Legislative Committee; Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches; and Tom Dicken, a retired professor and member of the Central Kentucky chapter of the Million Mom March. (2/5/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Bush Education Plan #824
Kentucky educators and education activists give their perspectives on President George W. Bush's proposals for education reform. Guests: Judith Gambill, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Libby Marshall, director of governmental relations for the Kentucky School Boards Association; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Penney Sanders, executive director of St. Francis DeSales and Holy Cross high schools in Louisville. (2/12/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Faith-Based Charities #825
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the federal government should fund social service projects run by religious organizations. Guests: Jeff Vessels, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Rev. Cindy Weber, pastor of Jeff Street Baptist Community at Liberty in Louisville; Pat Monaghan, senior trial counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice; and Rev. Russell Awkard, pastor of New Zion Baptist Church in Louisville. (2/19/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Bush Tax Plan #826
Panelists give their perspectives on President Bush's proposed tax cuts. Guests: Dr. Rand Paul, an ophthalmologist and chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Michael Thomson, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor; Debra Miller, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Allison Connelly, a University of Kentucky law professor and director of the UK College of Law Legal Clinic. (2/26/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The 2001 General Assembly #827
State legislators talk about the accomplishments and unfinished business of the 2001 General Assembly session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Majority Floor Leader Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (3/26/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming State Tax Reform #828
State legislators discuss the prospects for comprehensive reform of the Kentucky tax code. Guests: Sen. Richie Sanders, R-Franklin, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; and Rep. Mark Treesh, R-Philpot. (4/2/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Human Cloning #829
Medical researchers and theologians discuss the issues raised by human cloning. Guests: Panos Zavos, founder and director of the Andrology Institute of America in Lexington; Alberto Carrillo, an embryologist at the Fertility Center at the Norton Healthcare Pavilion in Louisville; Rev. Scott Williamson, assistant professor of theological ethics at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary; and Rev. Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. (4/9/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Biotech Foods #830
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the federal government should increase its oversight of genetically modified foods. Guests: David Hildebrand, an agronomy professor at the University of Kentucky; Kevin Jeffries, an Oldham County farmer and member of the Kentucky Farm Bureau; Mac Stone, manager of the Kentucky State University Research and Demonstration Farm; and Steve Smith, Trimble County farmer and member of the Community Farm Alliance. (4/16/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming U.S. Foreign Policy #831
Kentucky political scientists discuss America's proper role in foreign affairs. Guests: John Stempel, professor of international studies and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Horace Bartilow, assistant professor of political science at UK; Robert Compton, assistant professor of government at Western Kentucky University; and Nayef Samhat, assistant professor of government and international relations at Centre College. (4/23/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Bush Tax Plan #832
Panelists debate President Bush's proposed tax cuts. Guests: Bob Martin, an economics professor at Centre College; Vivek Sarin, president and chief operating officer of Shelby Industries in Shelbyville; Allison Connelly, a University of Kentucky law professor and director of the UK College of Law Legal Clinic; and Doug Hall, senior policy analyst for Kentucky Youth Advocates. (5/7/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming U.S. Trade Policy #833
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the U.S. should be part of a Free Trade Area of the Americas. Guests: Jay Tannon, a lawyer with Frost Brown Todd and chair of the Kentucky World Trade Center; Richard Walsh, president of Polymer Components and vice president of the Bluegrass International Trade Association; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Amanda LeDuke, director of Kentucky Jobs with Justice. (5/14/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Law Enforcement and Race #834
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of racial profiling. Guests: Versailles Police Chief Allen Love; Louisville police officer David James; Rev. Louis Coleman, pastor of First Congregational Methodist Church in Louisville and director of the Justice Resource Center; and Jeff Vessels, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky. (5/21/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Social Security #835
Panelists debate the use of private personal retirement accounts to supplement Social Security. Guests: Ann Cody, director of research and investment strategist for Hilliard Lyons; Brett Gaspard, a member of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Laurel True, AARP voter education coordinator in Kentucky; and Ann Walls, public policy chair for the American Association of University Women of Kentucky. (5/28/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Energy Policy and Gasoline #836
A discussion of the economic and environmental impacts of President Bush's proposed energy plan. Guests: Steve Harper, president of Harper Oil Products in Florence and chair of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association; Dave Satterly, president of the Kentucky Gasoline Dealers Association; Rick Geise, director of marketing for Griffin Industries in Cold Spring and a board member of the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition; and Art Williams, director of the Jefferson County Air Pollution Control District. (6/4/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Energy Policy and Electricity #837
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of President Bush's proposed national energy plan. Guests: George Siemens, vice president of external affairs for LG&E Energy; Bill Caylor, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Betsy Bennett, conservation chair for the Sierra Club of Kentucky; and Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council. (6/11/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming U.S. Defense Policy #838
Panelists debate whether the U.S. should develop a missile defense system. Guests: Michael Desch, associate director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Jerry Cecil, a retired Army colonel and chair of the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs; Stuart Kaufman, a political science professor at UK; and Richard Mitchell, a member of the board of the Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice. (6/18/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Managed Health Care #839
A discussion of whether patients should be allowed to sue their HMOs. Guests: Dr. Andrew Pulito, a pediatric surgeon and chair of the Kentucky Medical Association Board of Trustees; Bill Garmer, a member of the board of governors of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and past president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys; Mark Bongard, senior benefits attorney for Ashland Incorporated and chair of the Health Care Subcommittee of the National Association of Manufacturers; and Vickie Yates Brown, Louisville lawyer and chair of the American Bar Association Health Law Section Government Affairs Committee. (6/25/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Campaign Finance Reform #840
Panelists debate possible reforms of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Guests: Richard Beliles, volunteer chair of Common Cause of Kentucky; Richard Labunski, a University of Kentucky journalism and telecommunications professor; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor. (7/2/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Fetal Protection #841
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act. Guests: Margie Montgomery, executive director of the Kentucky Right To Life Association; Scott Wegenast, policy analyst for the Catholic Conference of Kentucky; Carolyn Bratt, a University of Kentucky law professor and member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Tom Halbleib, vice chair of Planned Parenthood of Greater Louisville. (7/9/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Land-Use Planning #842
A discussion of how Kentucky communities can manage growth while balancing competing interests. Guests: Dan Dressman, executive vice president of the Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky; Glenn Price, a Louisville lawyer; Hank Graddy, a Midway lawyer and member of the Sierra Club; and Bruce Simpson, a Lexington lawyer. (7/16/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming State Tax Reform #843
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of ideas for reforming the Kentucky state tax code. Guests: Sen. Richie Sanders, R-Franklin, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Debra Miller, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Tony Sholar, senior vice president of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. (7/23/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Sex Education #844
Panelists share their perspectives on the best ways to address America's sex-related public health problems. Guests: Dr. David Hager, an OBGYN at the Women's Care Center in Lexington and director of the Affiliated Residency Training Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Central Baptist Hospital; Dr. Karen Duckwall, a physician with Planned Parenthood of Greater Louisville; Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Dr. Marcello Pietrantoni, an obstetrician and associate professor of fetal medicine at the University of Louisville. (7/30/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming News Coverage and the Media #845
A discussion of how the news media cover breaking news events. Guests: Tom Peterson, media critic for LEO magazine in Louisville; Maria Reitan, executive news director of WHAS-TV in Louisville; Buck Ryan, director of journalism and telecommunications at the University of Kentucky; and Tim Kelly, publisher of the Lexington Herald-Leader. (8/6/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming The Future of Farming #846
A discussion of priorities for planning future Kentucky agricultural policy. Guests: John-Mark Hack, executive director of the Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy; Scott Smith, dean and director of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture; Steve Smith, a farmer and member of the Community Farm Alliance; and Lynn Winter, a restaurant owner and past president of the Kentucky Restaurant Association. (8/13/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Faith-Based Charities #847
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the federal government should fund social service projects run by religious organizations. Guests: Rev. Russell Awkard, pastor of New Zion Baptist Church, Louisville; Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor; Rabbi Joe Rooks Rapport of The Temple in Louisville; and Cedric Powell, a University of Louisville law professor and associate dean. (8/20/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Embryonic Stem Cell Research #848
Doctors and theologians discuss President Bush's decision on stem-cell research. Guests: Rev. Thomas Smith, pastor of St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, Flaherty; Dr. David Hager, a physician at the Women's Care Center in Lexington; Rev. David Sharrard, a professor at Lexington Theological Seminary and an ordained United Methodist minister; and Alberto Carrillo, an embryologist with University OB/GYN Associates in Louisville. (8/27/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Education #901
Panelists discuss the challenges facing Kentucky's public schools. Guests: Judith Gambill, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Susan Perkins Weston, executive director of the Kentucky Association of School Councils; Joe Brothers, president of the Kentucky School Boards Association; and Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (9/3/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Telemarketing #902
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of regulating telemarketers. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Gay Dwyer, vice president of government affairs for the Kentucky Retail Federation; Rep. Robert "Buddy" Buckingham, D-Murray; and Ray Roundtree, former chair of the AARP Kentucky Legislative Committee. (9/10/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Attack on America #903
Panelists debate America's response to the terrorist attack of 9/11/01. Guests: Robert Pringle, retired CIA officer and professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Michael Desch, professor and associate director at the Patterson School; Alice Hashim, political science professor at the University of Louisville; and Nayef Samhat, government and international relations professor at Centre College. (9/17/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky Responds: Talking with Children #904
Mental health professionals offer advice on how to talk to children about tragic news events. Guests: Daya Singh Sandhu, Ed.D., a certified professional counselor and professor and chair of the Educational and Counseling Psychology Department at the University of Louisville; Tamara Brown, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor of psychology at the University of Kentucky; Pat McGinty, Ph.D., a licensed school and clinical psychologist with Seven Counties Services, a community mental health center headquartered in Louisville; and David Causey, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist with the Bingham Child Guidance Center and assistant professor in the Psychiatry Department at the U of L School of Medicine. (10/01/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky Responds: Muslims and Arab Americans #905
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of Islam and of Americans' reactions to Arab Americans in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Guests: Yacoub Yacoub, M.D., a retired physician and chairman of the Kentucky chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee; Aly Farag, Ph.D., professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Louisville, imam at the Louisville Islamic Center, and president of the Islamic School of Louisville; Riffat Hassan, Ph.D., professor of humanities and religious studies at U of L and founder and president of the International Network for the Rights of Female Victims of Violence in Pakistan; and Shahrazad Qaisi, a student majoring in information technology at Sullivan University in Lexington. (10/8/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky Responds: Terrorism at Home #906 [TV-None]
In the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks, panelists discuss national and state preparedness for dealing with additional threats. Guests: Ronald Atlas, Ph.D., professor of biology and dean of the Graduate School at the University of Louisville, president-elect of the American Society for Microbiology, and chair of the ASM Task Force on Biological Weapons; Roger Bell, Ed.D., professor of psychiatry at the U of L School of Medicine; Robert Pringle, Ph.D., retired CIA officer and adjunct professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; and W.R. Padgett, director of the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management. (10/15/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky Responds: Coping Emotionally #907
Counselors offer advice on dealing with the emotional effects of traumatic news events like the September 11 terrorist attack. Guests: Darlene Shelton, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor of psychology at Spalding University in Louisville; Marlene Huff, Ph.D., a licensed clinical social worker and assistant professor of social work at the University of Kentucky; and Pedro Portes, Ph.D., professor of educational and counseling psychology at the University of Louisville and author of Making Kids Smarter: A Guide for Developing and Teaching Children Successfully. (10/22/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! War on Terrorism #908
Panelists debate the next steps in America's response to the September 11 terrorist attack. Guests: John Stempel, international studies professor and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Stuart Kaufman, political science professor at UK; Alice Hashim, political science professor at the University of Louisville; and Nayef Samhat, government and international relations professor at Centre College. (10/29/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Death Penalty #909 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether capital punishment should be modified, expanded, or abolished in Kentucky. Guests: Edward Monahan, deputy public advocate with the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy; Irvin Green, director of field education for Lexington Theological Seminary; Ray Larson, Fayette County commonwealth's attorney; and Russell Moore, instructor of Christian theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. (11/5/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Land-Use Planning #910
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of how best to manage growth. Guests: Crit Luallen, secretary of the governor's Executive Cabinet and vice chair of the governor's Smart Growth Task Force; Serena Williams, a University of Louisville law professor and member of the Kentucky Environmental Quality Commission; Buzz Carloftis, county judge/executive of Rockcastle County; and Glenn Price, a Louisville lawyer. (11/12/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Garbage Collection #911
Panelists debate the issue of mandatory garbage collection in all Kentucky counties. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; John Cooper, a partner with Capital Link Consultants; James Bickford, secretary of the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet; and Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council. (11/19/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Traffic Safety #912
State legislators discuss possible bills requiring the use of seat belts and regulating cell phone use by drivers. Guests: Rep. Jodie Haydon, D-Bardstown; Rep. Tom Burch, D-Louisville; Rep. Johnnie Turner, R-Harlan; and Rep. Marie Rader, R-McKee. (11/26/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #913
Bill Goodman and a panel of state legislators discuss the possibilities for comprehensive reform of the Kentucky tax code. Guests: Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; Rep. Mark Treesh, R-Philpot; and Rep. Steve Nunn, R-Glasgow. (12/3/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #914
Panelists debate whether additional forms of gambling should be legalized in Kentucky. Guests: Rep. Bob Heleringer, R-Louisville; Bob Elliston, president of Turfway Park; Rep. Howard Cornett, R-Whitesburg; and Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches. (12/10/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Merchant Power #915
A discussion of the economic, environmental, and regulatory implications of the construction of merchant power plants. Guests: Rep. Jim Gooch, D-Providence, chair of the House Natural Resources and Environment Committee; Mark Stultz, vice president of public affairs and marketing for the Electric Power Supply Association; Rep. Jon Draud, R-Crestview Hills; and Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council. (12/17/01)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The 2002 General Assembly #916 [TV-None]
Legislative leaders preview the 2002 General Assembly session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Whip Marshall Long, D-Shelbyville; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/7/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gay Rights #917
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether discrimination based on sexual orientation should be outlawed. Guests: Matt Nicholson, interim director and community organizer for the Kentucky Fairness Alliance; Sam Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Melissa Stewart, a lawyer and president of Equal Rights, Not Special Rights. (1/14/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Death Penalty #918
Panelists debate issues related to capital punishment. Guests: Ernie Lewis, Kentucky's public advocate; Rev. Stephen Ray, assistant professor of theology and philosophy at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary; Dave Stengel, Jefferson County commonwealth's attorney and president of the Kentucky Commonwealth Attorneys Association; and Rev. Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. (1/28/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Solid Waste #919
Panelists discuss issues related to litter control and garbage collection. Guests: Hank Graddy, a lawyer and member of the Sierra Club; Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Ray Gillespie, executive director of the Beverage Industry Recycling Program; and Mike Brown, vice president and general manager of PepsiAmericas and president of the Beverage Industry Recycling Program. (2/4/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #920
Bill Goodman moderates a debate on legalizing additional forms of gambling in Kentucky. Guests: Gene McLean, government and public affairs director for the Kentucky Harness Horsemen's Association; Marty Maline, executive director of the Kentucky Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association; Stan Cave, representing the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches. (2/11/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Merchant Power #921
A discussion of environmental and economic issues related to the development of merchant power plants. Guests: Russell Barnett, director for research and development with the Kentucky Institute for the Environment and Sustainable Development and president of the Kentucky Conservation Committee; Tom FitzGerald, executive director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Michael McInnis, a partner in the Erora Group, a developer of gas- and coal-fired generating facilities; and Mark Stultz, vice president of public affairs and marketing for the Electric Power Supply Association. (2/18/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cigarette Tax #922 [TV-None]
Panelists debate increasing Kentucky's sales tax on cigarettes. Guests: Julie Brackett, director of public advocacy for Kentucky for the American Heart Association; Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; Patrick Jennings, director of the public affairs division of the Kentucky Farm Bureau; and Tom McAdam, a member of the National Smokers Alliance. (2/25/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Homeland Security #923
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of what Kentucky law enforcement agencies are doing to prevent terrorist attacks. Guests: Tom Preston, CEO of Preston Global, a firm specializing in counterterrorism and prevention of and response to other violent crises; Don Alwes, law enforcement specialist at the Justice and Safety Center at Eastern Kentucky University; Ray Nelson, executive director of the Kentucky Office of Security Coordination for the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs; and Versailles Police Chief Allen Love, first vice president of the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police. (3/25/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! War on Terrorism #924
Kentucky political scientists give their perspectives on the direction of U.S. foreign policy and efforts to track down and punish terrorists. Guests: John Stempel, international studies professor and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Stuart Kaufman, political science professor at UK; Alice Hashim, political science professor at the University of Louisville; and Nayef Samhat, government and international relations professor at Centre College. (4/1/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Immigration #925
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of whether the U.S. should reduce the numbers of immigrants and foreign visitors allowed to enter the country each year. Guests: David Simcox, chairman of the board of the Center for Immigration Studies; Gatewood Galbraith, a Lexington lawyer; Donna Craig, director of the city of Louisville's Office for International and Cultural Affairs; and Enid Trucios-Haynes, a University of Louisville law professor. (4/8/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Airport Security #926 [TV-None]
Panelists give their perspectives on the balance between safety and civil liberties. Guests: Jeffrey Fryrear, director of the National Crime Prevention Institute at the University of Louisville; Stephen Pence, United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky; Adalberto Pinelo, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor and member of the board of directors of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Russell Weaver, a U of L law professor. (4/15/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy Policy #927
A discussion of reducing America's dependence on imported oil. Guests: Steve Harper, president of Harper Oil Products in Florence and chair of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association; Duane Gilliam, executive vice president of Marathon-Ashland Petroleum; Jim Conway, vice president of sales and marketing at Griffin Industries in Cold Spring and a member of the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition; and Hank Graddy, a lawyer and member of the Sierra Club. (4/22/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Therapeutic Cloning #928
Panelists discuss the potential benefits and ethical implications of non-therapeutic cloning for medical research purposes. Guests: Rev. Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; David Hager, M.D., a physician at the Women's Care Center in Lexington; Rev. Lisa Wilson Davison, a professor at Lexington Theological Seminary; and Del Collins, Ph.D., associate vice president for research and graduate studies and a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kentucky. (4/29/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gubernatorial Campaign Financing #929
Legislative leaders debate whether Kentucky's partial public financing system for gubernatorial campaigns should be ended. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington; and Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington. (5/6/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2002 Election #930
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of the decisive issues in Kentucky's 2002 congressional and legislative races. Guests: Jerry Johnson, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Al Cross, political writer and columnist for the Courier-Journal; and Frank Lockwood, Washington correspondent and political reporter for the Lexington Herald-Leader. (5/27/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gubernatorial Campaign Financing #931
Political scientists and activists debate ending Kentucky's system of partial public financing for gubernatorial campaigns. Guests: Richard Beliles, volunteer chair of Common Cause of Kentucky; Phil Laemmle, a University of Louisville political science professor; Rand Paul, chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor. (6/3/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Middle East #932
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on the direction of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Guests: John Stempel, international studies professor and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Stuart Kaufman, political science professor at UK; Tom McCollough, religion professor at Centre College; and Rodger Payne, political science professor at the University of Louisville. (6/10/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Government-Funded Contraceptives #933
Panelists discuss a proposal to bar the Northern Kentucky Health Department from dispensing birth control pills. Guests: Greg Kennedy, chair of the Northern Kentucky Independent District Board of Health; Terence O'Malley, director of public affairs for the Kentucky Association of Planned Parenthood Affiliates; Addia Wuchner, a member of the Northern Kentucky Independent District Board of Health; and Robert C. Cetrulo, president of Northern Kentucky Right to Life. (6/17/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky TriModal Transpark #934
Panelists discuss the economic and environmental impacts of the industrial park and regional airport under development in Warren County. Guests: Dan Cherry, president of the Inter-Modal Transportation Authority; Nicholas Crawford, a professor in the Department of Geography and Geology and founder and director of the Center for Cave and Karst Studies at Western Kentucky University; Brian Strow, a professor in the Department of Economics at WKU; and Roger Brucker, an author and co-founder of Karst Environmental Education and Protection (KEEP). (6/24/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The State Budget #935
As the state begins a new fiscal year without a legislatively approved budget, panelists discuss the legal and financial implications. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Rep. Rob Wilkey, D-Franklin; Sheryl Snyder, outside counsel for Gov. Paul Patton; and Jim Deckard, chief of staff and counsel for Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice Joseph Lambert. (7/1/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Ohio River Bridges Project #936
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of proposals to build one or two new bridges across the Ohio River between Louisville and Southern Indiana. Guests: Joan Riehm, coordinator of the Ohio River Bridges Coalition; Dale Orem, former mayor of Jeffersonville, IN and a member of the Steering Committee of the Regional Leadership Coalition; Stephen Reily, president of River Fields; and Betsy Bennett, conservation chair for the Kentucky Chapter of the Sierra Club. (7/8/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicare and Prescription Drugs #937
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of what should be done to provide affordable prescription drugs to the elderly. Guests: Bill Harned, president, AARP of Kentucky; Bill Londrigan, president, Kentucky State AFL-CIO; Rachel McCubbin, a policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky and a speaker and writer for the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC; and Vickie Yates Brown, a Louisville lawyer and chair of the American Bar Association Health Law Section Government Affairs Committee. (7/15/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! School Vouchers #938
A debate on using taxpayer-funded vouchers to pay tuition at private schools. Guests: Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Wilson Stone, past president of the Kentucky School Boards Association; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Harry Borders, executive director of the Kentucky League for Educational Alternatives. (7/22/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Hormone Replacement Therapy #939
Medical experts discuss the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy for women undergoing menopause. Guests: Dr. Shona Murray, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine; Dr. Robin Meek, an associate professor of internal medicine at UK; Dr. Paula Hollingsworth, a cardiologist with the Kentucky Cardiovascular Group of Lexington; and Judy Minogue, a pharmacist with Louisville Pharmacy. (7/29/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice Litigation #940
Panelists debate the effects of imposing a legal cap on jury awards in medical malpractice cases. Guests: Dr. Preston Nunnelley, a Lexington gynecologist and past president of the Kentucky Medical Association; Gerry Toner, a Louisville lawyer; Bill Garmer, a Lexington lawyer and past president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys; and Charles Moore, an Owensboro lawyer and vice president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys. (8/12/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Water Company Ownership #941
A discussion of whether the Lexington/Fayette County government should buy the local water company. Guests: Foster Ockerman Jr., general counsel for Bluegrass FLOW, For Local Ownership of Water; Ann Ross, vice chair of the water service advisory council for Bluegrass FLOW and a former vice mayor of Lexington/Fayette County; Bill Lear, a Lexington lawyer representing Kentucky-American Water Company; and Warren Rogers, president of the Coalition Against a Government Takeover and president of a general contracting and utilities construction company. (8/19/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Economy #942
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of ways to strengthen the U.S. economy. Guests: Ann Cody, director of research and investment strategist for Hilliard Lyons; Kathy Gornik, president and co-owner of THIEL Audio and immediate past chair of the Lexington Partnership for Workforce Development; Susan Taylor, investment advisor with First Affirmative Financial Network; and Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO. (8/26/02)

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Homeland Security #1001
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of federal government efforts to prevent terrorist attacks. Guests: Gregory Van Tatenhove, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky; Robert Pringle, a retired CIA officer and a professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Adalberto Pinelo, a political science professor at Northern Kentucky University and a member of the board of directors of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Yacoub Yacoub, a retired physician and chair of the Kentucky chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. (9/2/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! War on Terrorism #1002
Panelists debate U.S. foreign policy in the Arab world and the Middle East. Guests: John Stempel, international studies professor and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Stuart Kaufman and Horace Bartilow, political science professors at UK; and Nayef Samhat, government and international relations professor at Centre College. (9/9/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1003
A discussion of whether additional forms of gambling should be legalized in Kentucky. Guests: Rep. Bob Heleringer, R-Louisville; Bob Elliston, president of Turfway Park; Rep. Robert Damron, D-Nicholasville; and Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches. (9/16/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1004
Political scientists debate what the United States should do about possible threats from Iraq. Guests: Dean Minix, professor and chair of the Political Science Department at Northern Kentucky University; Michael Cairo, assistant professor and chair of the Political Science Department at Georgetown College; Karen Mingst, Lockwood Chair professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; and Sakah Mahmud, associate professor of political science at Transylvania University. (9/23/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Election 2002 #1005
Bill Goodman hosts an election-eve look at Kentucky's 2002 congressional and legislative races. Guests: Patrick Crowley, political reporter for the Kentucky Enquirer; Jerry Johnson, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Al Cross, political writer and columnist for the Courier-Journal. (11/4/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1006
Panelists discuss U.S. policy toward Iraq. Guests: Dean Minix, professor and chair of the Political Science Department at Northern Kentucky University; Michael Cairo, assistant professor and chair of the Political Science Department at Georgetown College; Karen Mingst, Lockwood Chair professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; and Sakah Mahmud, associate professor of political science at Transylvania University. (11/11/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The State Budget #1007 [TV-None]
General Assembly members discuss what can be done about the legislative impasse that left the state without a budget for FY 2003. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee Chair Richie Sanders, R-Franklin; House Majority Floor Leader Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; and House Appropriations and Revenue Committee Vice Chair Robin Webb, D-Grayson. (11/18/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Fetal Homicide Legislation #1008
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of whether unborn children should be included in the definition of "person" in Kentucky homicide statutes. Guests: Margie Montgomery, executive director of the Kentucky Right to Life Association; Rev. Pat Delahanty, associate pastor of St. John Chrysostom Parish in Eminence and a policy analyst for the Catholic Conference of Kentucky; Beth Wilson, director of the Reproductive Freedom Project for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Rev. Paul Simmons, clinical professor of medical ethics at the University of Louisville and a member of the Kentucky Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. (11/25/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1009
Panelists debate whether the U.S. health care system is in need of reform. Guests: Larry Fields, M.D., a member of the board of directors of the American Academy of Family Physicians; Linda Peeno, M.D., a member of Physicians for a National Health Program; Donald Swikert, M.D., president of the Kentucky Medical Association; and Rand Paul, M.D., chairman of Kentucky Taxpayers United. (12/2/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Seat Belt Legislation #1010 [TV-None]
State legislators debate whether Kentucky's mandatory seat-belt law should be amended to allow primary enforcement. Guests: Rep. Jodie Haydon, D-Bardstown; Rep. Tim Feeley, R-Crestwood; Rep. Jim Gooch, D-Providence; and Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington. (12/16/02)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2003 General Assembly #1011 [TV-None]
Legislative leaders discuss the issues at the top of the agenda for the 2003 Kentucky General Assembly session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader-Elect Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/6/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice Litigation #1012
Bill Goodman moderates a panel discussion on whether to institute limits on jury awards in medical malpractice suits. Guests: Dr. Don Swikert, president of the Kentucky Medical Association; Dr. Mary Helen Davis, chair of the Jefferson County Medical Association's Legislative Committee; Charles Moore, vice president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys; and Louisville lawyer Rhoda Faller. (1/13/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cigarette Tax #1013
Host Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the General Assembly should raise Kentucky's sales tax on cigarettes. Guests: Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; Carol Roberts, executive director of Kentucky ACTION (Alliance To Control Tobacco In Our Neighborhoods); Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville; and Dean Wallace, executive director of the Council for Burley Tobacco. (1/20/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1014 [TV-None]
Panelists debate whether the General Assembly should legalize additional forms of gambling in Kentucky. Guests: Rep. Tom Burch, D-Louisville; Andy Downs, senior vice president of strategic planning and program development for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Rep. Danny Ford, R-Mt. Vernon; and Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation and a member of Citizens Against Gambling Expansion. (1/27/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1015
On the eve of the 2003 Kentucky General Assembly session, legislators discuss what should be done about the state's budget crisis. (2/3/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1016
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of legislators discuss what should be done about the state's budget crisis. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (2/10/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Therapeutic Cloning #1017
Panelists debate whether the General Assembly should ban non-reproductive cloning used in medical research.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Home Loan Legislation #1018
A discussion of possible reforms in the regulation of home loan providers. Guests: John Rosenberg, issue specialist for AARP Kentucky; Ann Marie Regan, senior staff attorney with the Office of Kentucky Legal Services; Debra Stamper, executive vice president and general counsel with the Kentucky Bankers Association; and John Cooper, managing partner with Capital Link Consultants. (2/24/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Smoking Bans #1019 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of whether cities should ban smoking in public places. Guests: Todd Warnick, tobacco control program director for the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department; Ellen Hahn, associate professor in the College of Nursing at the University of Kentucky; Bob Megazzini, president of the Kentucky Restaurant Association; and Thomas McAdam, a member of the National Smokers Alliance. (3/17/2003)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1020
Panelists discuss developments in the war with Iraq. Guests: Sakah Mahmud, associate professor of political science at Transylvania University; Dean Minix, professor and chair of the Political Science and Criminal Justice Department at Northern Kentucky University; Karen Mingst, Lockwood Chair professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; and Michael Cairo, assistant professor and chair of the political science department at Georgetown College. (3/24/2003)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2003 General Assembly #1021
Lawmakers look back at the 2003 Kentucky General Assembly session and discuss issues that still must be resolved. Guests: House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Appropriations and Revenue Chair Harry Moberly, D-Richmond. (3/31/2003)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2003 Election #1022 [TV-None]
On the eve of the 2003 primary, panelists discuss the issues that will decide Kentucky's 2003 state elections. Guests: John McGarvey, a Louisville lawyer and political commentator; John David Dyche, a Louisville lawyer and political commentator; Terry McBrayer, member of the Democratic National Committee and a former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky. (5/29/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Campaign Spending #1023
Panelists discuss whether the General Assembly should revisit the idea of public financing of gubernatorial campaigns or other election finance reforms. Guests: Richard Beliles, Common Cause of Kentucky; attorney Lawson Walker; University of Louisville political science professor Phil Laemmle; and University of Kentucky law professor Paul Salamanca. (5/26/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicaid #1024
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of what President Bush's proposed Medicaid block grant program would mean for Kentuckians. Guests: Senate President Pro Tem Dick Roeding, R-Lakeside Park; Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; Melanie Nathanson, senior health policy analyst, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Washington, DC; and Jim Frogue, director of the Health and Human Services Task Force, American Legislative Exchange Council, Washington, DC. (6/2/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1025
Kentucky legislators look ahead to the economic and policy issues that will be at the top of the agenda when a new governor takes office in December. Guests: Rep. Steve Nunn, R-Glasgow; Rep. Danny Ford, R-Mount Vernon; Rep. Jim Gooch, D-Providence; and Rep. Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore. (6/9/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1026
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the education issues that will be at the top of the agenda when a new governor takes office in December. Guests: State Senator Lindy Casebier, R-Louisville, chair of the Senate Education Committee; State Rep. Frank Rasche, D-Paducah, chair of the House Education Committee; Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; and Penney Sanders, a member of the board of the Kentucky League for Educational Alternatives. (6/16/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1027
Panelists discuss the health care issues that will be at the top of the agenda when a new governor takes office in December. Guests: Kentucky Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Rep. Tom Burch, D-Louisville, chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Charles Moore, president-elect of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys; and Dr. Don Swikert, president of the Kentucky Medical Association. (6/23/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Economic Development Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1028
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of the economic development issues that will be at the top of the agenda when a new governor takes office in December. Guests: Sen. Katie Stine, R-Fort Thomas, chair of the Senate Economic Development, Tourism and Labor Committee; Rep. Ruth Ann Palumbo, D-Lexington, chair of the House Economic Development Committee; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Ken Oilschlager, president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. (6/30/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1029
State legislators discuss budget issues confronting Kentucky's next governor. Guests: Sen. Richie Sanders, R-Franklin, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, a member of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and Rep. Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville, House minority caucus chair and vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (7/7/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1030
A discussion of casinos, racetrack slots, and other proposed forms of gambling to raise revenue for the state. Guests: Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches; Rep. Joni Jenkins, D-Shively, a member of the House Appropriations and Revenue and Labor and Industry committees; Rep. Tom Riner, D-Louisville, a member of the House Education and State Government committees; and former Gov. Brereton Jones, who owns a thoroughbred breeding farm. (7/14/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tobacco Tax #1031
Panelists debate whether Kentucky should increase the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products. Guests: Jeff Harper, commodity director and assistant director of public affairs for the Kentucky Farm Bureau; Rep. Derrick Graham, D-Frankfort, vice chair of the House State Government Committee; Rep. Royce Adams, D-Dry Ridge, vice chair of the House Agriculture and Small Business Committee; and Amy Barkley, regional advocacy director for the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids and a member of Kentucky ACTION, the Alliance To Control Tobacco in Our Neighborhoods. (7/21/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Fetal Homicide #1032
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether Kentucky's criminal homicide statutes should be amended to include "unborn child" within the definition of "person." Guests: Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington; Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; Beth Wilson, executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky; and Hilda Pullen, a board member of Central Kentucky Right to Life. (7/28/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1033 [TV-None]
Kentucky legislative leaders list and discuss the most important issues awaiting Kentucky's next governor. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; House Speaker Pro Tempore Larry Clark, D-Louisville; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (8/11/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor with Candidates Ben Chandler and Ernie Fletcher #1034 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman speaks with gubernatorial candidates Ben Chandler (D) and Ernie Fletcher (R), who also answer questions from viewers. (8/18/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1035 [TV-None]
Members of the Kentucky House of Representatives discuss issues that will face the General Assembly and the new governor in the 2004 session. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson; Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton; Rep. Jon Draud, R-Crestview Hills; and Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville. (8/25/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget Issues Confronting Kentucky's Next Governor #1101 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss the state of the state budget and the economic issues confronting Kentucky's next governor. (9/1/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2003 Election #1102
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of political observers preview the 2003 Kentucky general election. Guests: State Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; John McGarvey, lawyer and KET election night political observer; and John David Dyche, lawyer and KET election night political observer. (11/3/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2004 General Assembly #1103
Legislative leaders look ahead to the 2004 General Assembly session. Guests: House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; and Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond. (11/10/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education #1104
An update on education issues in Kentucky and the nation. Guests: Tom Layzell, president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education; Joe McCormick, executive director of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority; Robert Sexton, executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence; and Virginia Edwards, editor of Education Week. (11/17/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Smoking Bans #1105
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the General Assembly should prohibit cities from enacting indoor smoking bans. Guests: Sen. Dan Seum, R-Louisville; Curtis Rader, vice president of the Metro Louisville Hospitality Coalition and owner of Buck's Restaurant; Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; and Mike Kuntz, chair of the Smoke Free Louisville Campaign and director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky. (11/24/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1106
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on the Kentucky state budget. Guests: Sen. Richie Sanders, R-Franklin, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, a member of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and Rep. Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville, House minority caucus chair and vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (12/1/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1107
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on gambling in Kentucky. Guests: Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington, a member of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Andy Downs, senior vice president of strategic planning and program development for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches; and Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Russell, Senate majority caucus chair. (12/8/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice #1108
A discussion of medical malpractice in Kentucky. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville, a lawyer; Dr. Don Swikert, an Edgewood physician and immediate past president of the Kentucky Medical Association; Sen. Daniel Mongiardo, D-Hazard, a physician; and Maresa Fawns, executive director of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys. (12/15/03)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2004 General Assembly #1109
A preview of the 2004 legislative session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville. (1/5/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tobacco Tax #1110
Panelists debate raising Kentucky's tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products. Guests: Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; Carol Roberts, executive director of Kentucky ACTION; Tony Sholar, president of Public Affairs Kentucky, a consulting firm representing the Kentucky Farm Bureau; and Bob Rowland, president of Bluegrass Government Consultants, a firm representing the Kentucky Association of Tobacco Outlets. (1/12/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Fetal Homicide Law #1111
Panelists debate whether lawmakers should include "unborn child" within the definition of "person" for criminal homicide statutes. Guests: Margie Montgomery, executive director of the Kentucky Right to Life Association; Dr. Walter Jones, a policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky; Tom Stickler, a member of the board of Planned Parenthood of the Bluegrass; and Dr. Blake Bradley, an obstetrician and gynecologist. (1/26/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1112
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of state legislators discuss the Kentucky budget. Guests: Sen. Richie Sanders, R-Franklin, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, a member of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and Rep. John Vincent, R-Ashland, a member of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (2/2/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gay Marriage #1114
Panelists debate a possible constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages. Guests: Rev. Hershael York, associate dean and professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Martin Cothran, policy analyst with the Family Foundation of Kentucky; Rev. William Paulsell, professor at Lexington Theological Seminary; and Andrea Hildebran, executive director of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance. (2/16/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice #1115
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of what should be done to curb rising medical malpractice insurance costs. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Dr. Andrew Pulito, president of the Kentucky Medical Association; Rep. Rob Wilkey, D-Scottsville, vice chair of the House Judiciary Committee; and Tyler Thompson, president-elect of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys. (2/23/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Smoking Bans #1116
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on whether the General Assembly should prohibit cities from enacting indoor smoking bans. Guests: John Dant, president of the Metro Louisville Hospitality Coalition; Terry Gray, president of FORCES Kentucky; Ellen Hahn, a nursing professor at the University of Kentucky; and Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky. (3/1/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The State Budget #1117
A panel of Kentucky House members discusses progress on the state spending plan for the 2005/06 biennium and the issues remaining to be resolved. Guests: House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; and Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville, a member of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (3/8/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tax Reform #1118
State legislators and a representative of the governor's office discuss the prospects for modernizing Kentucky's tax code. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Rob Wilkey, D-Scottsville; and Daniel Groves, governor's chief of staff. (3/22/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Foreign Policy #1119
Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss U.S. Foreign Policy. A KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #1120
Gov. Ernie Fletcher joins three Kentucky legislators to discuss the 2005/06 state budget and prospects for state tax reform with host Bill Goodman. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Majority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook; and Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (4/5/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Offshoring #1121
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the causes and effects of businesses transferring operations overseas. Guests: Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; Horace Bartilow, a University of Kentucky political science professor; Richard Walsh, president of Polymer Components and board member with the Bluegrass Global Affairs Association; and David Anderson, a Centre College economics professor. (4/12/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2004 Election #1122
Political observers talk about the issues and candidates in the May primary and look ahead to November's general election. Guests: Bill Garmer, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; John McCarthy, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and attorneys and KET political commentators John David Dyche and John McGarvey. (5/17/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice #1123
Guest host Renee Shaw moderates a discussion of medical malpractice with Sen. Charlie Borders (R-Russell), Senate majority caucus chair; Rep. Rob Wilkey (D-Scottsville), vice chair of the House Judiciary Committee; Tyler Thompson, president-elect of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys; and Dr. Andrew Pulito, president of the Kentucky Medical Association. (5/24/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1124
Kentucky foreign affairs experts discuss the military and political situation in Iraq as President Bush's deadline for turning sovereignty over to the Iraqis approaches. Guests: Dean Minix and James Binney, Northern Kentucky University political science professors; Nayef Samhat, Centre College government and international studies professor; and John Stempel, University of Kentucky Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce professor. (5/31/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #1125
With less than a month left before the start of the new state fiscal year, four state House members discuss whether the General Assembly can convene and pass a budget in time or whether Gov. Fletcher will have to implement his own spending plan. Guests: Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville; Rep. Jon Draud, R-Crestview Hills; and Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville. (6/7/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Achievement Gap #1126
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion on the state of education in Kentucky, especially for minority students, 50 years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision. Guests: Blaine Hudson, acting dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Pan-African studies professor at the University of Louisville; Arnold Gaither, chair of One Community, One Voice in Lexington; Jim Waters, director of policy and communications at the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions in Bowling Green; and Peggy Petrilli, principal of Northern Elementary in Lexington. (6/14/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gay Marriage #1127
Renee Shaw hosts a discussion on whether Kentuckians should amend the state constitution to prohibit same-sex marriages. Guests: Sen. Vernie McGaha, R-Russell Springs; Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; Andrea Hildebran, executive director of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance; and Walter Jones, policy analyst for the Family Foundation. (6/21/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #1128
With the start of a new fiscal year looming and no legislatively enacted budget in place, General Assembly leaders discuss the prospects for passing a budget and look at the governor's proposed spending plan. Guests: House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Majority Caucus Chair Charlie Borders, R-Grayson; Sen. Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a member of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (6/28/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #1129
In the first of a series of programs on issues in the 2004 presidential race, Bill Goodman moderates a panel discussion about employment figures and the state of the American economy. Guests: Bill Garmer, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; John McCarthy, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Marcus Carey, an Erlanger lawyer; and Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO. (7/5/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1130
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of health care issues in the 2004 presidential race. Guests: Dr. Ewell Scott, a Morehead internist and member of Physicians for a National Health Program; Dr. Rand Paul, a Bowling Green ophthalmologist and chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Rachel McCubbin, a member of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Sheila Schuster, executive director of the Kentucky Mental Health Coalition and chair of Kentuckians for Health Care Reform. (7/12/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Foreign Policy #1131
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of foreign policy issues likely to affect the 2004 presidential race. Guests: Dean Minix, chair and professor of political science at Northern Kentucky University; Anthony Gannon, professor of history at Murray State University; Sakah Mahmud, associate professor of political science at Transylvania University; and Nayef Samhat, associate professor of government and international studies at Centre College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Homeland Security #1132
Panelists discuss homeland security, its impacts on civil rights and freedoms, and how these issues may affect the 2004 presidential election. Guests: Rebecca Trammell, board member of the ACLU of Kentucky and assistant professor of law at the University of Kentucky; Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo; Gregory Van Tatenhove, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky; and U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers (R-5th). (7/26/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education #1133
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of education issues in the 2004 presidential election. Guests: Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association; Chris Derry, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions in Bowling Green; and Peggy Petrilli, principal of Northern Elementary in Lexington. (8/2/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gay Marriage #1134
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of whether Kentuckians should amend the state constitution to prohibit same-sex marriages. Guests: Walter Jones, policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Rev. Hershael York, pastor of Buckrun Baptist Church in Frankfort and a professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ricky Jones, professor of Pan-African Studies at the University of Louisville; and Albert Pennybacker, an ordained minister and chair and chief executive officer of the Clergy Network. (8/16/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy and the Environment #1135
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of energy and environmental issues and their impact on the 2004 presidential election. Guests: Steve Harper, president of Harper Oil Products in Florence and immediate past chair of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association; Bill Caylor, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Phillip Shepherd, a Frankfort lawyer and former secretary of the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet; and Hank Graddy, a Midway lawyer. (8/23/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Stem Cell Research #1136
Panelists debate the medical possibilities and ethical questions involved in research on human stem cells and the issue's possible effects on the 2004 presidential election. Guests: Dr. David Hager, a physician at the Women's Care Center in Lexington and a member of the Food and Drug Administration advisory board for reproductive health drugs in women; Mike Janocik, assistant director of the Kentucky Right To Life Association; Dr. Dennis Karounos, associate professor of internal medicine and director of the diabetes program at the University of Kentucky Medical School and a staff physician at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Lexington; and Larry Smith, national chair-elect of the American Diabetes Association. (8/30/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #1137
A discussion of labor and economic issues and how they will affect the presidential election. Guests: Bill Garmer, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; John McCarthy, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Bill Stone, president and CEO of Louisville Plate Glass Company and former chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party; and Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky AFL-CIO. (9/6/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1138
A discussion of health care issues in the 2004 presidential election. Guests: Hunter Bates, a lawyer and grass-roots chair for Bush-Cheney in Kentucky; Dr. Kimberly Alumbaugh, a physician and co-chair of Kentucky Physicians for Bush; Jack Conway, a lawyer and Kerry-Edwards chair in Kentucky; and Margaret Miller, a professor of nursing at Bellarmine University and a member of the Kentucky Nurses Political Action Committee. (9/13/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Foreign Policy #1139
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of U.S. foreign policy and its impace on the upcoming presidential election. Guests: Dean Minix, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor; Robert Neff, an Asbury College history professor; Nayef Samhat, a Centre College government and international studies professor; and Karen Mingst, a professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky. (9/20/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Special Session #1140
Bill Goodman hosts a preview of the special October legislative session on compensation, health insurance, and retirement benefits for active and retired public employees. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; House Majority Whip Joe Barrows, D-Versailles; and House Appropriations and Revenue Chair Harry Moberly, D-Richmond. (9/27/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2004 Election #1201
On the eve of the 2004 election, Bill Goodman and a panel of political observers discuss the national and state races. Guests: Bill Garmer, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; John McCarthy, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and attorneys and KET election night commentators John McGarvey and John David Dyche. (11/1/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Electoral College #1202
Bill Goodman and a panel of political observers discuss the electoral college. Guests: Saundra Ardrey, head of the Political Science Department at Western Kentucky University; Richard Labunski, a professor in the School of Journalism and Telecommunications at the University of Kentucky; Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center for Political Leadership at the University of Louisville; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor. (11/8/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Economic Development #1203
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of economic development in Kentucky. Guests: Hilda Legg, administrator of the Rural Utilities Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture; Walt Plosila, vice president of public technology management for the Battelle Memorial Institute; Jim Clinton, executive director of the Southern Growth Policies Board; and Ed Barlow, president of Creating the Future Inc. (11/15/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The U.S. Political Divide #1204
Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss the political divide in the United States. A KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Israeli/Palestinian Conflict #1205
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Guests: Mercedes Nibur, a member of the Jewish Community Federation of Louisville; Mark Isaacs and Bashar Masri, co-founders of Together for 2 States; and Yacoub Yacoub, chair of the Kentucky Chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. (11/29/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tobacco Tax #1206
A discussion on whether Kentucky's tax on tobacco products should be raised. Guests: Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville; and Chris Derry, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (12/13/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1207
Panelists debate the pros and cons of expanding gambling in Kentucky. Guests: Sen. David Boswell, D-Owensboro; John Bays, president of Bays Hotel Corporation and owner of Executive Inn Rivermont in Owensboro; Rep. Danny Ford, R-Mount Vernon; and Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches. (12/20/04)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2005 General Assembly #1208
Bill Goodman and a panel of state legislators preview the 2005 General Assembly session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/3/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Social Security #1209
Panelists debate proposals for reforming the Social Security system. Guests: John McCarthy, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Edwin Fox of the Marshall Capital Management Group; Kentucky State Treasurer Jonathan Miller; and Susan Taylor of Just Money Advisors. (1/10/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #1210
Four members of the Kentucky House of Representatives discuss the prospects for passing a state budget and reforming Kentucky's tax code in the 2005 General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson; Rep. Jimmie Lee, D-Elizabethtown; Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville; and Rep. Steve Nunn, R-Glasgow. (1/24/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #1211
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of Kentucky's revenue picture and priorities for state spending. Guests: Debra Miller, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Jason Bailey, co-director of the Democracy Resource Center; Rand Paul, chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; and Chris Derry, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (1/31/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #1212
State legislators discuss Kentucky's revenue picture and priorities for state spending. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; and House Appropriations and Revenue Committee Chair Harry Moberly, D-Richmond. (2/7/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice #1213
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of how the high cost of malpractice insurance is affecting the practice of medicine in Kentucky and what should be done to curb that cost. Guests: lawyer and Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Dr. Preston Nunnelley, Lexington, chair of the Kentucky Medical Association Legislative Committee; surgeon and state Sen. Daniel Mongiardo, D-Hazard; and Tyler Thompson, Louisville, president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys. (2/14/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Social Security #1214
A discussion of the economic issues facing Social Security and possible reform measures. Guests: Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson (R); Aaron Morris, fiscal policy analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Kentucky State Treasurer Jonathan Miller (D); and Whit Stokes, Social Security issues specialist for AARP of Kentucky. (2/21/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Foreign Policy #1215 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the direction of American foreign policy. Guests: Dean Minix and James Binney, Northern Kentucky University political science professors; Sakah Mahmud, a Transylvania University political science professor; and Karen Mingst, a professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky. (2/28/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Title goes here #1216
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss the 2005 General Assembly. A KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2005 General Assembly #1217 [TV-None]
Legislative leaders recap the issues and accomplishments of the 2005 General Assembly. Guests: House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; House Appropriations and Revenue Committee Chair Harry Moberly, D-Richmond; and Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee Chair Charlie Borders, R-Russell. (3/28/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! End-of-Life Issues #1218
Host Bill Goodman and a panel of guests discuss end-of-life issues. A KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Privatization of Government Services #1219
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of privatizing some services now run by state government. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb (D-Grayson); Charles Wells, executive director of the Kentucky Association of State Employees; Kentucky Commerce Cabinet Secretary Jim Host; and Chris Derry, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (4/11/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Consumption Taxes #1220
Host Bill Goodman and panelists discuss consumption taxes. Guests: Scott Neal, a financial planner and volunteer state director for Americans for Fair Taxation; Robert Martin, a Centre College economics professor; Bruce Maples, a consultant and policy director for the Center for Kentucky Progress; and William Hoyt, a University of Kentucky economics professor. (4/18/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1221
A discussion of whether Kentucky should legalize additional forms of gambling. Guests: Sen. David Boswell (D-Owensboro); Richard Thalheimer, an equine business professor at the University of Louisville; Rep. Brad Montell (R-Shelbyville); and Rev. Howard Beauman, executive director of the Kentucky League on Alcohol and Gambling Problems. (4/25/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Smoking Bans #1222
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of bans on smoking in public. Guests: Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; Tonya Chang, Kentucky advocacy director for the American Heart Association; Doug Gossman, a Louisville restaurant owner and a director of the Metro Louisville Hospitality Coalition; and Dave Whitson, a Lexington restaurant and nightclub owner and co-spokesman for the Lexington-Fayette County Food and BeverageAssociation. (5/2/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Senate Filibusters #1223
A discussion of filibusters and the judicial confirmation process in the U.S. Senate. Guests: Rev. Kevin Ezell, senior pastor of Highview Baptist Church in Louisville; Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; Rev. Albert Pennybacker, chair and CEO of the Clergy and Laity Network; and Raoul Cunningham, president of the Louisville branch of the NAACP. (5/9/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 and 2007 Elections #1224
Political observers preview the issues that will affect the 2006 congressional and 2007 Kentucky gubernatorial elections. Guests: Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Marshall Long of Shelbyville, a former Democratic state senator and representative; Darrell Brock, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Bob Heleringer of Louisville, a former Republican state representative. (5/16/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Teacher Pay #1225
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of teachers' salaries and their impact on education in Kentucky. Guests: Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association; Robert Sexton, executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence; and Marty Solomon, a retired University of Kentucky economics professor. (5/23/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Social Security #1226
A discussion of the future of Social Security and various plans for shoring up its financial stability. Guests: Bill Stone, a director of United Glass Corporation; Aaron Morris, fiscal policy analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky AFL-CIO; and Bruce Maples, policy director for the Center for Kentucky Progress. (5/30/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Patriot Act #1227
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of the intent and implementation of the USA Patriot Act. Guests: Gregory Van Tatenhove, United States attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky; Jerry Cecil, a retired Army colonel and history professor at Lexington Community College who serves as a civilian aide to the Secretary of the Army; Rebecca Trammell, University of Kentucky law professor and law library director and a member of the ACLU of Kentucky board of directors; and Yacoub Yacoub, a retired physician, chair of the Kentucky chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, and member ofthe ACLU of Kentucky board of directors. (6/6/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Embryonic Stem Cell Research #1228
Panelists debate the ethics and medical potential of research on embryonic stem cells. Guests: Larry Smith, a member of the board of the American Diabetes Association; Scott Whittemore, Ph.D., professor and vice chair for research in the University of Louisville School of Medicine's Department ofNeurological Surgery; Michael Janocik, assistant director of the Kentucky Right to Life Association; and Patrick Schneider, M.D., a family practice physician. (6/13/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy Policy #1229
Panelists discuss U.S. energy policy. Guests: Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Geoff Young, former assistant director of the Kentucky Division of Energy and a member of the Kentucky Sierra Club; Bill Caylor, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; and George Mason, an energy industry lawyer and member of the board of the Kentucky Oil and Gas Association. (6/20/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Foreign Policy #1230
Guest host Renee Shaw moderates a discussion of U.S. foreign policy. Guests: Northern Kentucky University political science professors Dean Minix and James Binney; Nayef Samhat, a Centre College government and international studies professor; and Karen Mingst, a professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky. (6/27/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicaid #1231 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the impact of Medicaid costs on the state budget and proposals for reducing those costs. Guests: Dr. James Holsinger, secretary of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services; Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Russell, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Daniel Mongiardo, D-Hazard, a surgeon; and Rep. Jimmie Lee, D-Elizabethtown. (7/11/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Flag Amendment #1232
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of efforts to amend the Constitution to ban the burning of American flags. Guests: Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington; Louis Officer, commander of the American Legion of Kentucky; Rep. Rob Wilkey, D-Scottsville; and Beth Wilson, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky. (7/18/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1233
Kentucky legal and religious scholars give their perspectives on Judge John Roberts, President Bush's nominee to replace Sandra Day O'Connor on the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: Rev. Russell Moore, dean of the School of Theology and senior vice president for academic administration at Southern BaptistTheological Seminary; University of Kentucky law professors Paul Salamanca and Carolyn Bratt; and Rev. Albert Pennybacker, chair and CEO of the Clergy and Laity Network. (7/25/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Local Smoking Bans #1234
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of cities' and counties' efforts to ban smoking in public places. Guests: Louisville Metro Council members Tina Ward-Pugh (D) and Doug Hawkins (R); Dr. Adewale Troutman, director of the Louisville Metro Health Department; and Doug Gossman, a Louisville restaurant owner and a director of the Metro Louisville Hospitality Coalition. (8/1/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Merit System #1235
Kentucky legislators discuss the state's merit system for recruiting and managing employees. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Sen. Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, chair of the Senate State and Local Government Committee; House Majority Whip Joe Barrows, D-Versailles; and Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, chair of the House State Government Committee. (8/8/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Ten Commandments #1236
A discussion of public displays of the Ten Commandments. Guests: Rep. Rick Nelson, D-Middlesboro; Francis Manion, senior counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice; Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; and David Friedman, general counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky. (8/15/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Evolution and Intelligent Design #1237
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of the teaching of evolution and intelligent design in school. Guests: Rev. Hershael York, a professor of Christian preaching at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church; Cornelius Hunter, a scientist and author of Darwin's Proof: The Triumph of Religion Over Science; Rev. Lisa Wilson Davison, a professor of Old Testament at Lexington Theological Seminary; and Christine Barton, a biology professor at Centre College. (8/22/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Embryonic Stem Cell Research #1238
A discussion of the medical promise and ethical questions surrounding research on embryonic stem cells. Guests: Stewart Perry, vice chair of the American Diabetes Association; Del Collins, Ph.D., a professor and senior associate vice president for research and infrastructure at the University of Kentucky; Michael Janocik, assistant director of the Kentucky Right to Life Association; and Dr. Patrick Schneider, a family practice physician. (8/29/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Coping with Disaster: Is Kentucky Prepared? #1239
Kentucky officials review what the state is doing to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina and discuss Kentucky's own preparedness for large-scale natural disasters.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1240
Panelists discuss the nomination of Judge John Roberts for Chief Justice of the United States and the future direction of the Supreme Court. Guests: Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Lori Ringhand, a University of Kentucky law professor; Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor. (9/19/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1241
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether legalized gambling should be expanded in the Commonwealth. Guests: Sen. David Boswell, D-Owensboro; Jim Navolio, executive director of KEEP, the Kentucky Equine Education Project; House Minority Whip Ken Upchurch, R-Monticello; and Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (9/26/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! War on Terrorism #1242
Kentucky foreign policy observers discuss Iraq, Afghanistan, and efforts to combat terrorism. Guests: Dean Minix, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor; Bruce Hicks, a University of the Cumberlands political science professor; Horace Bartilow, a University of Kentucky political science professor; and Nayef Samhat, a Centre College government and international studies professor. (10/3/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Poverty and Race #1243
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of issues related to poverty, race, and social class. Guests: Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; Rosalind Harris, a University of Kentucky sociology professor; Al Brown, former chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party; and James Binney, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor. (10/10/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tobacco Tax #1244
A discussion of the effects of the latest increase in Kentucky's state tobacco tax—and whether it should be increased even more. Guests: Rep. Thomas Burch, D-Louisville, chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; Rep. Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon; and Aaron Morris, fiscal policy analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (10/17/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Merit System #1245
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of possible reforms to the state's rules for hiring and managing employees. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Vickie Yates Brown, a Louisville lawyer; Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, chair of the House State Government Committee; and John Y. Brown III, a Louisville lawyer and former Kentucky secretary of state. (10/24/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public and Private High School Sports #1246
Should public and private high schools continue to contend for a single state championship, or should they compete in separate playoffs? Guests: Wilson Sears, superintendent of Somerset Independent Schools; Jim McKee, athletic director and head football coach at Scott County High School; Leisa Speer, superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Louisville and chair of the Kentucky Non-Public Schools Commission; and Rob Mullen, president of Trinity High School in Louisville. (10/31/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 and 2007 Elections #1301
A look ahead to the 2006 and 2007 elections in Kentucky. Guests: Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Marshall Long of Shelbyville, a former Democratic state senator and representative; Larry Forgy, former Republican candidate for governor; and Bob Heleringer of Louisville, a former Republican state representative. (11/7/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Insurance #1302
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of how to reduce the percentage of Kentuckians who have no health insurance. Produced in Louisville in conjunction with the Kentucky Long-Term Policy Research Center conference on insuring the uninsured. Guests: Sen. Dr. Daniel Mongiardo, D-Hazard; Rep. Dr. Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville; Dr. Dan Varga, president of the Kentucky Medical Association; and Dr. Garrett Adams, state coordinator for Physicians for a National Health Program. (11/14/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Tax Reform #1303
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of how the federal tax system should be reformed. Guests: Scott Neal, volunteer state director for Americans for Fair Taxation; Aaron Morris, fiscal policy analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Debra Miller, director of public policy for Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Bruce Maples, policy director for the Center for Kentucky Progress. (11/21/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1304
Kentucky attorneys discuss the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: David Moore, a University of Kentucky law professor; Francis Manion, senior counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice; Annette Burkeen, a Northern Kentucky University law professor; and Tommy Glover, a board member and counsel for Planned Parenthood of the Bluegrass. (11/28/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1305
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of issues related to the war in Iraq, including possible timetables for a withdrawal of U.S. troops. Guests: Bruce Hicks, a University of the Cumberlands political science professor; Dean Minix, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor; Horace Bartilow, an associate professor of political science at the University of Kentucky; and Karen Mingst, Lockwood Chair Professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce and professor of political science at UK. (12/12/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 General Assembly #1306
State legislators preview the agenda for the 2006 session of the General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson; Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington; Rep. Jim DeCesare, R-Bowling Green; and Rep. Joe Bowen, R-Owensboro. (12/19/05)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 General Assembly #1307
Legislative leaders preview the 2006 General Assembly session. Guests: House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; and Senate Minority Whip Joey Pendleton, D-Hopkinsville. (1/2/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State of the Commonwealth #1308 [TV-None]
State political leaders discuss Gov. Fletcher's 2006 State of the Commonwealth address. Guests: Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Marshall Long of Shelbyville, a former Democratic state senator and representative; Darrell Brock, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Bob Heleringer of Louisville, a former Republican state representative. (1/9/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Mandatory Union Membership #1309
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the economic effects of mandatory union membership vs. "right to work" laws. Guests: Rep. J.R. Gray, D-Benton, chair of the House Labor and Industry Committee; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky AFL-CIO; Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington; and Bill Stone, a director of United Glass Corporation and vice chair of the Kentucky Employee Choice Campaign. (1/16/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1310
Legislators discuss the governor's proposed spending plan and their own budget priorities for the 2007/08 biennium. Guests: Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Russell, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; and Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville. (1/23/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Prevailing Wage #1311
Business and labor representatives debate the economic effects of Kentucky's prevailing-wage laws on construction projects. Guests: Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; Larry Roberts, state director of the Kentucky State Building and Construction Trades Council; Kentucky Budget Director Brad Cowgill; and Sam Howard, president of Trace Creek Construction Company and a member of Associated General Contractors of Kentucky. (1/30/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Teacher Pay #1312
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of raising teachers' pay. Guests: Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Kentucky Education Secretary Virginia Fox; and Marty Solomon, a retired University of Kentucky economics professor. (2/6/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Abortion #1313
Four Kentucky House of Representatives members discuss issues surrounding abortion. Guests: Rep. Addia Wuchner, R-Burlington; Rep. Joseph Fischer, R-Fort Thomas; Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; and Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington. (2/13/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Minimum Wage #1314
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of minimum wage laws. Guests: Rep. Joni Jenkins, D-Shively; Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; and Aaron Morris, fiscal policy analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (2/20/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Malpractice #1315
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the effects of the high cost of medical malpractice insurance and possible remedies. Guests: Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Russell, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Dr. Dan Varga, president of the Kentucky Medical Association; Sen. Ray Jones, D-Pikeville; and Steve Downey, president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys. (2/27/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1316
A debate on whether additional forms of gambling should be legalized in Kentucky. Guests: former state legislator Bob Heleringer, a lobbyist for the Kentucky Quarter Horse Association; Mark Nickolas, founder and chair of the Foundation for Kentucky's Future and publisher of BluegrassReport.org; Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and John-Mark Hack, director of Say No to Casinos. (3/20/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1317
Kentucky foreign affairs experts discuss recent developments in Iraq and the future course of American involvement. Guests: Nayef Samhat, a Centre College government and international studies professor; Sakah Mahmud, a Transylvania University political science professor; Dean Minix, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor; and Bruce Hicks, a University of the Cumberlands political science professor. (3/27/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Louisville Arena #1318
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the siting and funding of the proposed new downtown arena for Louisville. Guests: Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville; Louisville Metro Council members David Tandy, D-4th District, and Dan Johnson, D-21st District; and Lance Tucker, CFO of Evergreen Real Estate. (4/3/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Immigration #1319
A discussion of various proposals for immigration reform. Guests: Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington, a lawyer; David Simcox, a retired foreign service officer and former chair of the Center for Immigration Studies; Maria Emilia Ramirez, a lawyer and program associate with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Ron Russell, a lawyer and member of the Hispanic/Latino Coalition of Louisville. (4/10/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 General Assembly #1320
House and Senate leaders discuss the results of the 2006 legislative session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Sen. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort, a former Kentucky governor; and House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville. (4/17/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 Election #1321
State party leaders and political observers join host Bill Goodman to preview the 2006 primary election. Guests: Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Darrell Brock, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and John McGarvey and John David Dyche, attorneys and KET election coverage commentators. (5/8/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Immigration #1322
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion about immigration. Guests: Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington, a lawyer; David Simcox, a retired foreign service officer and former chair of the Center for Immigration Studies; Ron Russell, a lawyer and member of the Hispanic/Latino Coalition of Louisville; and Dr. Ruben Nazario, a Lexington physician. (5/22/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Mine Safety #1323 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of mine safety. Guests: Rep. Brent Yonts, D-Greenville; Tony Oppegard, a Lexington lawyer and miners' rights advocate; Secretary LaJuana Wilcher of the Kentucky Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet; and John Williams, a Lexington lawyer and member of the Kentucky Coal Association. (5/29/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Marriage Amendment #1324
A discussion of the proposed marriage amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Guests: Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington; Rep. Joseph Fischer, R-Fort Thomas; Christina Gilgor, executive director of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance; and Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (6/5/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gas Prices #1325
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the reasons behind rising gas prices and how individuals, companies, and governments should respond. Guests: Bernie Miller of Miller Energy Technologies, president of the Kentucky Oil and Gas Association; Steve Harper of Harper Oil, a past president of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association; Melissa Howell, executive director of the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition; and Jim Conway, vice president of sales and marketing for Griffin Industries. (6/12/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Alternative Minimum Tax #1326
Host Bill Goodman and guests discuss the alternative minimum tax for small businesses, subject of a June 2006 special General Assembly session. Guests: Rep. Carolyn Belcher, D-Owingsville; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Bob Weiss, president of the Homebuilders Association of Kentucky; and Chris Derry, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (6/19/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Flag Burning Amendment #1327 [TV-None]
Host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss the flag burning amendment. Guests include: Heather French Henry, Foundation for Veterans; Stephen Presser, law professor, Northwestern University; Lili Lutgens, ACLU of Kentucky; and Gary May, Veterans Defending the Bill of Rights. (6/26/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1328
A discussion of recent developments in Iraq. Guests: John Stempel, senior professor of international relations at the University of Kentucky; Nayef Samhat, a Centre College government and international studies professor; James Binney, a Northern Kentucky University political science professor and lecturer at Thomas More College; and Christopher Leskiw, a University of the Cumberlands political science professor. (7/3/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Child Well-Being #1329
A discussion about how well Kentucky is doing on measures of child welfare. Guests: Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, vice chair of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee; Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington, vice chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Tara Grieshop, senior policy analyst for Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Eugene Foster, undersecretary for children and family services in the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. (7/10/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Minimum Wage #1330
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether the minimum wage should be raised. Guests: Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Steve Stevens, president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; and Ed Monahan, executive director of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky. (7/17/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tax Incentives #1331
A discussion about the forms and effectiveness of state tax incentives designed to attract businesses. Guests: J.R. Wilhite, commissioner of the Department for Existing Business Development in the Kentucky Economic Development Cabinet; Dan Tobergte, president and CEO of the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation; Debra Miller, director of public policy for Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Kathy Gornik, president of Thiel Audio and chair of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (7/24/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 and 2007 Elections #1332
Bill Goodman moderates a preview of issues that will be important in upcoming Kentucky elections. Guests: Sen. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort, a former Kentucky governor; Larry Forgy, a former Republican candidate for governor; Darrell Brock, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. (7/31/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Domestic Partner Benefits #1333
A discussion of the economics and social implications of extending insurance and other employment benefits to unmarried domestic partners of employees. Guests: Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington; Rep. Ron Crimm, R-Louisville; Christina Gilgor, executive director of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance; and David Edmunds, public policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (8/7/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Interstate 66 #1334
A discussion about the economic and environmental impacts of the proposed Interstate 66. Guests: Pulaski County Judge/Executive Darrell BeShears; Greg Jones, executive director of the Southeast Kentucky Economic Development Corporation; Ralph Ewers, professor emeritus of geology at Eastern Kentucky University; and Paul Lovelace, executive director of Kentucky Heartwood. (8/14/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Israel and Lebanon #1335
Bill Goodman and his guests discuss current events in the Middle East and the fragile truce between Israel and Lebanon. Guests: Rabbi David Ariel-Joel of the Temple in Louisville; Judy Saxe, a national board member for Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Abdul Rifai, a Berea College political science professor; and Ibrahim Syed, president of the Islamic Research Foundation International. (8/21/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Student Achievement #1336
State academic leaders discuss the factors that affect student achievement and what can be done to equalize results in Kentucky schools. Guests: Gene Wilhoit, Kentucky commissioner of education; Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Brenda Jackson, president of the Kentucky School Boards Association; and Robert Sexton, executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence. (8/28/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! War on Terrorism #1337
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion about the status of the war on terrorism. Guests: Karen Mingst, a professor in the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Nayef Samhat, a government and international studies professor at Centre College; James Binney, a political science professor at Northern Kentucky University and a lecturer at Thomas More College; and Bruce Hicks, a political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands. (9/4/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Homeland Security #1338
A discussion of the effectiveness of current homeland security measures. Guests: Amul Thapar, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky; Harry Mason, retired CIA officer and adjunct professor at the University of Kentucky; Lili Lutgens, staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Yacoub Yacoub, chair of the Kentucky chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. (9/11/06) [Note: The online video reflects technical difficulties during the original live broadcast.]

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Insurance #1339
A discussion about the cost of health insurance and how to improve access to it. Guests: Dr. Ardis Hoven, a member of the board of trustees of the American Medical Association; Dr. Rand Paul, president of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Dr. Garrett Adams, state coordinator for Physicians for a National Health Program; and Dr. Greg Cooper, a member of the Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians. (9/18/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Poverty #1340
A discussion of poverty in Kentucky with Makeda Harris, policy analyst for Kentucky Youth Advocates; Joanna Badagliacco, sociology professor at the University of Kentucky; Chris Derry, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and James Ziliak, economics professor at UK and director of the university's Center for Poverty Research. (9/25/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Political Divide #1341
A discussion about the U.S. political divide with Rev. Hershael York, pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church and a professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Rev. Albert Pennybacker, former pastor, former seminary professor, and a leader in the Clergy and Laity Network of Kentucky; David Adams, publisher of the Kentucky Progress political blog; and Mark Nickolas, publisher of the Bluegrass Report political blog. (10/2/06)

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2006 Election #1401
A preview of the 2006 general election with Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Darrell Brock, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; John McGarvey, a lawyer and KET election night political observer; and John David Dyche, a lawyer and KET election night political observer. (11/6/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election #1402 [TV-None]
A look at the 2007 election with Marshall Long of Shelbyville, a former Democratic state senator and representative; Bob Heleringer of Louisville, a former Republican state representative; Joe Gershtenson, an Eastern Kentucky University government professor and director of the EKU Center for Kentucky History and Politics; and Scott Lasley, a Western Kentucky University political science professor. (11/13/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1403
A discussion about Iraq with former Republican U.S. Rep. Larry Hopkins of Lexington; former Democratic U.S. Rep. Scotty Baesler of Lexington; Karen Mingst, a professor in the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; and Harry Mason, retired CIA officer and adjunct professor at Patterson. (11/20/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Domestic Partner Benefits #1404
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion about whether companies and government agencies should extend insurance coverage and other benefits to the unmarried domestic partners of employees. Guests: Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington; Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Christina Gilgor, executive director of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance. (11/27/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Minimum Wage #1405
A discussion about whether the minimum wage should be raised with Rep. J.R. Gray, D-Benton; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Ed Monahan, executive director of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky; and Jan Gould, president of the Kentucky Retail Federation. (12/11/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 General Assembly #1406
State legislators preview the agenda for the 2007 session of the General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Reginald Meeks, D-Louisville; Rep. Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore; Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville; and Rep. Steven Rudy, R-LaCenter. (12/18/06)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 General Assembly #1407
House and Senate leaders discuss the 2007 legislative session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Whip Joey Pendleton, D-Hopkinsville; and House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville. (1/8/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1408
Bill Goodman and guests discuss the situation in Iraq. Guests: former ambassador Carey Cavanaugh, director and professor of diplomacy and conflict resolution at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; John Stempel, senior professor of international relations at the Patterson School; Harry Mason, a retired CIA officer and adjunct professor at the Patterson School; and Bruce Hicks, a political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands. (1/15/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 General Assembly #1409
State legislators discuss the 2007 General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Jim Glenn, D-Owensboro; Rep. Leslie Combs, D-Pikeville;Rep. Adam Koenig, R-Erlanger; and Rep. Tim Moore, R-Elizabethtown. (1/22/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! HPV Immunizations #1410
A discussion of proposals to require that young girls be immunized against human papillomavirus, which causes some cervical cancers. Guests: Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington, chair of the House Judiciary Committee; Rep. Joseph Fischer, R-Fort Thomas; Tracy Goff Herman, deputy director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (1/29/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election #1411
Party leaders and pundits discuss Kentucky's crowded 2007 gubernatorial primary and the races for other statewide offices. Guests: Rep. Joni Jenkins, D-Shively, chair of the House Licensing and Occupations Committee and vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Darrell Brock, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; John McGarvey, a lawyer and KET election night political observer; and John David Dyche, a lawyer and KET election night political observer. (2/5/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Special-Needs Education #1412
A discussion about special-needs education in the state with Lt. Gov. Steve Pence; Jim Waters, director of policy and communications at the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Frances Steenbergen, president of the Kentucky Education Association; and Royce Whitman, vice president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association. (2/12/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gubernatorial Runoff Law #1413
Four Kentucky legislators discuss proposals to amend or eliminate the requirement for a runoff election when no candidate achieves a specified percentage of the vote the first time around. Guests: Sen. Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, chair of the Senate State and Local Government Committee; Rep. Rick Nelson, D-Middlesboro; Rep. Tim Firkins, D-Louisville; and Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville. (2/19/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Domestic Partner Benefits #1414
A discussion about whether public agencies should extend health insurance and other benefits to the unmarried domestic partners of employees. Guests: Sen. Vernie McGaha, R-Russell Springs; Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Susan Carvalho, associate dean in the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences and chair of the UK Domestic Partner Benefits Task Force. (2/26/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 General Assembly #1415
House and Senate leaders discuss the 2007 legislative session. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Majority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and Rep. David Floyd, R-Bardstown. (3/19/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1416
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion about whether additional forms of gambling should be legalized in Kentucky. Guests: former state Rep. Bob Heleringer; Richard Thalheimer of Thalheimer Research Associates; John-Mark Hack of Say No to Casinos; and Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches. (3/26/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 General Assembly #1417
A look back at the 2007 legislative session with Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Majority Whip Rob Wilkey, D-Scottsville; Sen. and former Gov. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort; and House Minority Whip Stan Lee, R-Lexington. (4/2/2007)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election #1418
Party leaders and pundits discuss the 2007 primary election. Guests: Jerry Lundergan, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Gail Russell, acting chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and attorneys and KET election night political observers John McGarvey and John David Dyche. (5/21/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Iraq #1419
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion about the war in Iraq. Guests: former ambassador Carey Cavanaugh, director and professor of diplomacy and conflict resolution at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Nayef Samhat, chair of the Division of Social Studies at Centre College; Harry Mason, retired CIA officer and adjunct professor at Patterson; and Christopher Leskiw, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands. (5/28/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election #1420
Party representatives discuss the 2007 Kentucky gubernatorial election. Guests: former Gov. Brereton Jones; former Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Forgy; Gail Russell, national committeewoman for the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Jennifer Moore, vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. (6/4/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy and the Environment #1421
State legislators discuss issues related to energy and the environment that await the next gubernatorial administration and General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Jim Gooch, D-Providence, chair of the House Natural Resources and Environment Committee; Rep. Keith Hall, D-Phelps, vice chair of the House Natural Resources and Environment Committee; Rep. Brandon Smith, R-Hazard, vice chair of the House Tourism Development and Energy Committee; and Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Junction City, a member of the House Tourism Development and Energy Committee. (6/11/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cities and Counties #1422
A discussion of issues facing Kentucky cities and counties. Guests: Thomas Holocher, mayor of Fort Mitchell; Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore; Elaine Walker, mayor of Bowling Green; and Larue County Judge/Executive Tommy Turner. (6/18/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Liquid Coal #1423
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of technologies to turn coal into liquid fuel. Guests: Bill Caylor, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Jim Mayer, acting director of American Energy Security, an initiative of the Southern States Energy Board; Rick Clewett, co-chair of the Bluegrass Sierra Club Conservation Committee; and Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council. (6/25/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Special Legislative Session #1424
A discussion about the special General Assembly session. Guests: House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; Sen. Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and co-chair of the 2007 Special Subcommittee on Energy; Rep. Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore, chair of the House Seniors, Military Affairs, and Public Safety Committee; and Sen. Ray Jones, D-Pikeville. (7/2/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Agriculture #1425 [TV-None]
State legislators discuss agriculture-related issues confronting the next gubernatorial administration and General Assembly session. Guests: Rep. Tom McKee, D-Cynthiana, chair of the House Agriculture and Small Business Committee; Sen. Vernie McGaha, R-Russell Springs, vice chair of the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee; Rep. Ken Upchurch, R-Monticello, vice chair of the House Agriculture and Small Business Committee; and Sen. Joey Pendleton, D-Hopkinsville, member of the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. (7/9/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Special Legislative Session #1426
A discussion about the suspended special legislative session. Guests: Sen. Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and co-chair of the 2007 Special Subcommittee on Energy; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington, chair of the House Judiciary Committee; and Jennifer Moore, vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. (7/16/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Children and the Elderly #1427
A discussion about issues related to children and the elderly that will confront the next gubernatorial administration and General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Tom Burch, D-Louisville, chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, vice chair of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee; Rep. Addia Wuchner, R-Burlington; and Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington. (7/23/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1428
A discussion about legalizing additional forms of gaming in Kentucky. Guests: Rev. Hershael York, a pastor and associate dean at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; former Democratic Gov. Brereton Jones; John-Mark Hack, director of Say No To Casinos; and Patrick Neely, executive director of KEEP, the Kentucky Equine Education Project. (7/30/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education #1429
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of education-related issues awaiting the next gubernatorial administration and General Assembly. Guests: Sen. Ken Winters (R-Murray), chair of the Senate Education Committee; Rep. Frank Rasche (D-Paducah), chair of the House Education Committee; Sen. Tim Shaughnessy (D-Louisville), former chair of the Senate Education Committee; and Rep. Jon Draud (R-Edgewood), vice chair of the House Education Committee. (8/20/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1430
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on health care issues awaiting the next gubernatorial administration and General Assembly. Guests: Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee and vice chair of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee; Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington, chair of the House Enrollment Committee, vice chair of the House Banking and Insurance Committee, and a member of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Sen. Ernesto Scorsone, D-Lexington, a member of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee; and Rep. David Floyd, R-Bardstown, a member of the House Health and Welfare Committee. (7/27/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Economic Development #1431
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on economic development issues awaiting the next gubernatorial administration and General Assembly. Guests: Sen. Alice Forgy Kerr, R-Lexington, chair of the Senate Economic Development, Tourism and Labor Committee; Senate Minority Whip Joey Pendleton, D-Hopkinsville; Rep. Tommy Thompson, D-Owensboro, chair of the House Banking and Insurance Committee and a member of the House Economic Development Committee; and Rep. Adam Koenig, R-Erlanger, a member of the House Economic Development Committee. (9/3/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election #1432
A discussion about the 2007 gubernatorial election with party leaders and pundits. Guests: Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; John David Dyche, a lawyer, columnist, and KET election night political observer; and John McGarvey, a lawyer and KET election night political observer. (9/10/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gubernatorial Candidates #1433
Gubernatorial candidates Gov. Ernie Fletcher (R) and former Lt. Gov. Steve Beshear (D) sit down with host Bill Goodman to discuss issues confronting Kentuckians. (9/17/07)

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election #1501
A discussion about the 2007 election. Guests: State Treasurer Jonathan Miller, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; John McGarvey, a lawyer and KET election night political observer; and John David Dyche, a lawyer, columnist, and KET election night political observer. (11/5/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2007 Election/2008 General Assembly #1502
A discussion about the results from the 2007 election and the upcoming 2008 General Assembly. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Kentucky House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Kentucky Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (11/12/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1503
A discussion about expanded gaming. Guests: Sen. David Boswell, D-Owensboro; Rep. Joni Jenkins, D-Shively, chair of the House Licensing and Occupations Committee; Rep. Ken Upchurch, R-Monticello, vice chair of the House Agriculture and Small Business Committee; and Rep. David Floyd, R-Bardstown. (11/19/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 General Assembly #1504
Legislators discuss the 2008 General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Leslie Combs, D-Pikeville; Rep. Reginald Meeks, D-Louisville; Rep. Dwight Butler, R-Harned; and Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville. (11/26/07)

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Statewide Smoking Ban #1506
A discussion about a statewide smoking ban. Guests: Sen. Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, chair of the Senate State and Local Government Committee; Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; Jim Waters, director of policy and communications for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and Amy Barkley, regional director for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. (12/17/07)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 General Assembly #1507
A discussion of issues facing the 2008 Kentucky General Assembly. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/7/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State of the Commonwealth #1508
Party leaders and political observers discuss Gov. Beshear's 2008 State of the Commonwealth address. Guests: Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Bob Babbage, a lobbyist, columnist, and former Kentucky secretary of state and state auditor; and John David Dyche, a lawyer, columnist, and KET election night political observer. (1/14/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Voting Rights for Felons #1509
A discussion about restoring voting rights for felons after they have served their sentences. Guests: Rep. Jesse Crenshaw, D-Lexington; House Minority Whip Stan Lee, R-Lexington; David Stengel, commonwealth's attorney for Jefferson County; and Tim Coleman, commonwealth's attorney for Butler, Edmonson, Hancock, and Ohio counties. (1/21/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Employee Retirement Systems #1510
A discussion about public employee retirement systems. Guests: Lee Jackson, president of the Kentucky Association of State Employees; Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association; Joe Ewalt, director of policy development for the Kentucky League of Cities; and James Parsons, a lawyer and former Northern Kentucky city manager and county administrator. (1/28/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1511
Legislators discuss the state revenue and spending pictures. Guests: Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Grayson, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House A&R Committee; Sen. Tim Shaughnessy, D-Louisville, a member of the Senate A&R Committee; and House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville, vice chair of the House A&R Committee. (2/4/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cigarette Tax #1512
A discussion about the cigarette tax. Guests: Rep. David Watkins, D-Henderson, vice chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Rep. Jim DeCesare, R-Rockfield; Mike Kuntz, director of education and advocacy for the American Lung Association of Kentucky; and Jim Waters, director of policy and communications for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (2/11/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1513
Legislators discuss the governor's proposal for casino gambling in Kentucky. Guests: Rep. Darryl Owens, D-Louisville, chair of the House Elections, Constitutional Amendments, and Intergovernmental Affairs Committee and vice chair of the House Special Subcommittee on Expanded Gaming; Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, vice chair of the House State Government Committee; Rep. Danny Ford, R-Mount Vernon; and Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington. (2/18/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Student Testing #1514
A discussion about student testing. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Rep. Harry Moberly, D-Richmond, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; John Williamson, superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools; and Kentucky Education Secretary Helen Mountjoy. (2/25/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Taxes #1515
A discussion about proposals to raise or adjust state taxes that are pending in the General Assembly. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson, first vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville, a member of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Kathy Gornik, president of THIEL Audio and chair of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions board of directors. (3/17/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Road and Bridge Tolls #1516 [TV-None]
A discussion of proposals to add tolls on some Kentucky roads and bridges to help pay for new construction projects. Guests: Rep. Don Pasley, D-Winchester, chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation; Rep. Alecia Webb-Edgington, R-Fort Wright; Thomas Holocher, mayor of Fort Mitchell; and Joe Reagan, president and CEO of Greater Louisville Inc. (3/24/2008)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 General Assembly #1517
A discussion about the 2008 General Assembly. Guests: Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Gail Russell, national committeewoman for the Republican Party of Kentucky; William Garriott, a government professor at Centre College; and Scott Lasley, a political science professor at Western Kentucky University. (3/31/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 General Assembly #1518
A discussion about the 2008 General Assembly. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville. (4/7/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 Election #1519
A preview of the 2008 Kentucky primary, which includes presidential, congressional, and state legislative races. Guests: Secretary of State Trey Grayson; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Nathan Smith, vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. (4/14/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 Election #1520
A preview of the 2008 Kentucky primary. Guests: Attorney General Jack Conway; Secretary of State Trey Grayson; Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky. (5/19/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 Election #1521
Bill Goodman and guests discuss the 2008 presidential race, Kentucky congressional and legislative races, and issues that will be important in the campaign. Guests: Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; former Kentucky Secretary of State John Y. Brown III of Commonwealth Alliances, a governmental advocacy and consulting firm; and former White House adviser Scott Jennings, director of strategic development for Peritus Public Relations. (5/26/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Politics and Race in Kentucky #1522
In the wake of Sen. Hillary Clinton's landslide victory over African-American Sen. Barack Obama in Kentucky's Democratic primary, Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the interactions between race and politics in Kentucky. Guests: Sen. Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Ric Caric, government professor at Morehead State University; and Saundra Ardrey, political science professor and director of the African-American Studies Department at Western Kentucky University. (6/2/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Pension Reform #1523
A discussion about public pension reform. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Sen. Dorsey Ridley, D-Henderson; Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, chair of the House State Government Committee; and Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, vice chair of the House State Government Committee. (6/9/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Ethanol #1524
A discussion about ethanol and what it could mean to Kentucky. Guests: Todd Barlow, executive director of the Kentucky Corn Growers Association; Mark Haney, a Pulaski County fruit and cattle farmer and first vice president of the Kentucky Farm Bureau; Stephen Bartlett, coordinator of Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville and a member of the Jefferson County Chapter of the Community Farm Alliance; and Norman Harned, a lawyer, Nelson County cattle farmer, and member of the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association. (6/16/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Student Testing #1525
A discussion about the effectiveness of Kentucky's statewide system of student assessment tests. Guests: Sharron Oxendine, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Lu Young, superintendent of Jessamine County Schools; Tim Decker, an art instructor from Russell Middle School; and Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst with the Family Foundation of Kentucky. (6/23/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1526 [TV-None]
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Sheila Schuster, executive director of the Advocacy Action Network; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Warren Rogers, chair of the Kentucky Club for Growth; and Rand Paul, chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United. (6/30/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Downtown Lexington Development #1527
A discussion about downtown Lexington development including the new CentrePoint project. Guests: Lexington Vice Mayor Jim Gray, president and CEO of Gray Construction; Hayward Wilkirson, president of the board of directors of Preserve Lexington; Dudley Webb, chairman of the board of directors of The Webb Companies; and Foster Ockerman Jr., a Lexington lawyer. (7/7/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1528
Guest host Renee Shaw moderates a discussion about the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: Sen. Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; Rep. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington, chair of the House Judiciary Committee; Christopher Thacker, a Lexington lawyer and president of the Central Kentucky lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society; and Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor and author of Original Sin: Clarence Thomas and the Failure of the Constitutional Conservatives. (7/14/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care and the U.S. Presidential Election #1529
A discussion about health care and the U.S. presidential election. Guests: Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville, a registered nurse and chair of the House Labor and Industry Committee; Dr. Adewale Troutman, director of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness; Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist and a member of the Republican Party of Kentucky executive committee; and Dr. Ralph Alvarado, a Winchester internist and pediatrician. (7/21/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Foreign Policy and the U.S. Presidential Election #1530 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, options for dealing with Iran, and other foreign policy and defense issues that will be important in the 2008 presidential race. Guests: Nayef Samhat, associate dean and professor of government and international relations at Centre College; Bruce Hicks, a political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands; Harry Mason, a retired CIA officer and adjunct professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at theUniversity of Kentucky; and former Ambassador Carey Cavanaugh, director and professor of diplomacy and conflict resolution at the Patterson School. (7/28/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Taxes and the Economy and the U.S. Presidential Election #1531
Panelists discuss America's economic picture and the role of tax and economic issues in the 2008 election. Guests: attorney and Louisville Metro Councilman David Tandy, treasurer of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Gail Russell, a Louisville lawyer and national committeewoman for the Republican Party of Kentucky; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Angela Leet, a Louisville business owner and chair of Kentucky Women for McCain. (8/11/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy and the Environment and the U.S. Presidential Election #1532
A discussion about energy and the environment and the importance of these issues in the 2008 presidential election. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson, first vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee and co-chair of the General Assembly's 2008 Land Stewardship and Conservation Task Force; former White House advisor Scott Jennings, a Republican campaign consultant; William Daugherty, president and chief executive officer of NGAS Resources; and Hank Graddy, a Midway lawyer and member of the Kentucky chapter of the Sierra Club. (8/18/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 Election #1533
A discussion about the 2008 election. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville, state chair of the McCain campaign; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, an Obama delegate at the Democratic National Convention; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. (9/8/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming 2008 Election #1601
A preview of the 2008 presidential and congressional elections in Kentucky. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Jennifer Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. (11/3/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2008 Election and Beyond #1602
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the results of the 2008 election and their effects on the political landscape of Kentucky and the nation. Guests: Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson; State Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson, first vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Louisville Metro Councilman David Tandy, treasurer for the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky. (11/10/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Electoral College #1603
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion on the significance of the electoral college. Guests: Rep. Ruth Ann Palumbo, D-Lexington, chair of the House Economic Development Committee; Richard Labunski, a University of Kentucky journalism and telecommunications professor; Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville; and Paul Salamanca, a law professor at the University of Kentucky. (11/17/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1604
Guest host Renee Shaw moderates a discussion about the state budget. Guests: Sheila Schuster, executive director of the Advocacy Action Network; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth; and Rand Paul, chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United. (11/24/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Criminal Justice Reforms #1605
A discussion about criminal justice reforms. Guests: - Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Secretary Michael Brown; Robert Lawson, a University of Kentucky law professor; Warren Commonwealth's Attorney Chris Cohron, president of the Kentucky Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys; and Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney Ray Larson. (12/8/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2009 General Assembly #1606
A discussion about the 2009 General Assembly. Guests: State Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; State Rep. Jim Glenn, D-Owensboro; State Rep. Ken Upchurch, R-Monticello; and State Rep. Alecia Webb-Edgington, R-Fort Wright. (12/15/08)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2009 General Assembly #1607
A discussion about the 2009 General Assembly. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (1/5/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1608
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Governor Steve Beshear, D-Kentucky; Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg. (1/12/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Challenges Confronting the Obama Administration #1609
A discussion about the challenges confronting the Obama administration. Guests: Rep. Reginald Meeks, D-Louisville, chair of the Kentucky Long-Term Policy Research Center board of directors; Former White House advisor Scott Jennings, director of strategic development for Peritus Public Relations; Chad Aull, president of Kentucky Young Democrats; and Charles Badger, vice chair of the Kentucky Federation of College Republicans. (1/19/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1610
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Grayson, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; and Kentucky House Minority Whip David Floyd, R-Bardstown. (1/26/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Slot Machines at Racetracks #1611
A discussion about slot machines at Kentucky racetracks. Guests: House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Rep. Danny Ford, R-Mt. Vernon; Corey Johnsen, president of Kentucky Downs in Franklin and vice president of Richland Hills thoroughbred farm in Midway; and Martin Cothran, spokesman for Say No To Casinos. (2/2/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State of the Commonwealth #1612
A discussion about the state of the commonwealth. Guests: Kentucky Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson, first vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore; and Bowling Green Mayor Elaine Walker. (2/9/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education Reform #1613
A discussion about education reform. Guests:Sen. Ken Winters, R-Murray, chair of the Senate Education Committee; Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; Paula Jackson-Eaglin, director of field development for the Kentucky Association of Professional Educators; and Sharron Oxendine, president of the Kentucky Education Association. (2/16/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Road Projects #1614 [TV-None]
A discussion about road projects. Guests: Kentucky House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville; Rep. Hubert Collins, D-Wittensville, chair of the House Transportation Committee; Sen. and former Kentucky Gov. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort; and Rep. Alecia Webb-Edgington, R-Fort Wright. (2/23/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2009 General Assembly #1615
A discussion about the 2009 General Assembly. Guests: Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; and Rep. Adam Koenig, R-Erlanger. (3/16/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2009 General Assembly #1616
A discussion about the 2009 General Assembly with first-term legislators. Guests: Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg; Rep. John "Bam" Carney, R-Campbellsville; Rep. Kelly Flood, D-Lexington; and Rep. Martha Jane King, D-Lewisburg. (3/23/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Adoption and Unmarried Couples #1617
A discussion about adoption and unmarried couples. Guests: Sen. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; Rep. Tim Moore, R-Elizabethtown; Chris Hartman, director of the Louisville Fairness Campaign; and David Edmunds, Louisville policy analyst for The Family Foundation. (3/27/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Abortion and Ultrasound #1618
A discussion about abortion and ultrasound. Guests: Senate President Pro Tem Katie Stine, R-Southgate; Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; Margie Montgomery, executive director of the Kentucky Right to Life Association; and Derek Selznick, Reproductive Freedom Project director for the ACLU of Kentucky. (4/6/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Mountaintop Mining #1619
A discussion about mountaintop mining. Guests: Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council Bill Caylor, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Hank Graddy, a member of the Kentucky chapter of the Sierra Club; and Steven Gardner, president and CEO of Engineering Consulting Services. (4/13/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Insurance #1620
A discussion about health insurance. Guests: - Dr. Ardis Dee Hoven, a Lexington physician and secretary of the board of trustees of the American Medical Association; Kay Tillow, chair of Kentuckians for Single Payer Healthcare; Melodie Shrader, executive director of the Kentucky Association of Health Plans; and Patrick Jeffreys, project director for Kentucky Voices For Health. (4/20/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Economy #1621 [TV-None]
A discussion about the economy. Guests: John Garen, economics professor and department chair at the University of Kentucky; Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and department chair at Thomas More College; Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University; and Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College. (4/27/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1622
A discussion about expanded gambling. Guests: Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington, chair of the House Enrollment Committee; Sen. Charlie Borders, R-Grayson, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Nick Nicholson, president and chief executive officer of Keeneland; and Martin Cothran, spokesman for Say No To Casinos. (5/4/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #1623
A discussion about state tax reform. Guests: Rep. Robin Webb, D-Grayson, first vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; and Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville. (5/11/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1624
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: 9Charlie Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Rep. Sannie Overly, D-Paris; James Weise, 2nd District chair for the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Brad Cummings, chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party. (5/18/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1625
A discussion about the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: - Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor; Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor; Amy Cubbage, a Louisville lawyer and member of the board of directors of the ACLU of Kentucky; and Christopher Thacker, a Lexington lawyer and president of the Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter of The Federalist Society. (5/25/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1626
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth; Jim Waters, director of policy and communications for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Dana Beasley Brown, a member of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth; Mary Ann Blankenship, executive director of the Kentucky Education Association. (6/1/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1627
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Governor Steve Beshear, D-Kentucky; Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; and Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg. (6/8/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1628
A discussion about expanded gambling. Scheduled studio guests: Robert Elliston, president of Turfway Park; Patrick Neely, executive director of KEEP, the Kentucky Equine Education Project; Martin Cothran, spokesman for Say No to Casinos; and Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation of Kentucky. Scheduled guests from Frankfort: Rep. Keith Hall, D-Phelps and Rep. David Osborne, R-Prospect. (6/15/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky's Economy #1629 [TV-None]
A discussion about Kentucky's economy. Guests: Kenneth Troske, a University of Kentucky economics professor; Justin Maxson, president of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development; Tim Yessin, a member of the board of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and Brigitte Blom Ramsey, director of the Kentucky Tax and Budget Initiative for Kentucky Youth Advocates. (6/22/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Special Session #1630
A discussion about the special legislative session. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; State Sen. and former Kentucky Gov. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort; State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington. (6/29/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1631
A panel of physicians discuss the current debate about health care. Guests: Dr. Ardis Dee Hoven, a Lexington physician and chair-elect of the board of trustees of the American Medical Association; Dr. Adewale Troutman, director of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness; Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist and a member of the Republican Party of Kentucky executive committee; and Dr. Ewell Scott, a Morehead physician and member of Physicians for a National Health Program. (7/6/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Climate Change Bill #1632
A discussion about the climate change bill. Guests: Chris Hermann, senior vice president of energy delivery for E.ON U.S.; Paul Wesslund, vice president of communications for the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives; Sarah Lynn Cunningham, a co-founder of the Louisville Climate Action Network; and Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council. (7/13/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Economy #1633
A discussion about the economy. Guests: John Garen, economics professor and department chair at the University of Kentucky; Darrin Gulla, economics lecturer at the University of Kentucky; Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and department chair at Thomas More College. (7/20/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1634
A discussion about health care. Guests: Dr. John White, a Lexington pulmonologist and president-elect of the Kentucky Medical Association; Dr. Ralph Alvarado, a Winchester internist and pediatrician; Melodie Shrader, executive director of the Kentucky Association of Health Plans; and Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO. (7/27/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1635 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Sen. and former Kentucky Gov. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort; Sen. Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; Charlie Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky. (8/3/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Voting Rights for Felons #1636
A discussion about voting rights for felons. Guests: Rep. Jesse Crenshaw, D-Lexington; Rep. Joseph Fischer, R-Fort Thomas; Kentucky Public Advocate Edward Monahan; and Chris Cohron, commonwealth's attorney for Warren County and president of the Kentucky Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys. (8/10/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming U.S. Foreign Policy #1637
A discussion about U.S. foreign policy. Guests: Karen Mingst, professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Harry Mason, adjunct professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Sakah Mahmud, political science professor at Transylvania University; and Max Wise, political science professor at Campbellsville University. (8/17/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Charter Schools #1638
A discussion about charter schools. Guests: Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington; Sharron Oxendine, president of the Kentucky Education Association; and Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky. (8/24/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Smoking Laws #1639
A discussion about smoking laws. Guests: Ellen Hahn, director of the Kentucky Center for Smoke-Free Policy; Jim Waters, director of policy and communications for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Betsy Berns Janes, advocacy director for the American Lung Association of Kentucky and grassroots coordinator for Northern Kentucky ACTION; and Brian Houillion, executive director of Northern Kentucky Choice. (8/31/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Health Care #1640
A discussion about health care. Guests: Dr. Phillip Bale, a Glasgow family practice physician; Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth. (9/7/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming State Budget #1641
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Sheila Schuster, executive director of the Advocacy Action Network; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Warren Rogers, chair of the Kentucky Club for Growth; and Kathy Gornik, chair of the board of directors of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (9/14/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Criminal Justice Reforms #1642
A discussion about criminal justice reforms. Guests: J. Michael Brown, Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Secretary; Dave Adkisson of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Linda Tally Smith, Commonwealth's Attorney for Boone and Gallatin counties; and Robert Lawson, a law professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law. (9/21/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming #1643 [TV-None]

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Domestic Violence Laws #1644
A discussion about domestic violence laws. Guests: Sharon Currens, executive director of the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association; Bob Lotz, legislative chair for the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Fayette County Attorney Larry Roberts; and Michael Aldridge, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky. A 2009 KET production. (10/5/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Death Penalty #1645
A discussion about the death panalty. Guests: Ed Monahan, Kentucky's public advocate; Ray Larson, commonwealth's attorney for Fayette County; Donald Vish, director of outreach, education and advocacy for the Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty; and Jo Ann Phillips, executive director of Kentuckians' Voice for Crime Victims. (10/12/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran #1646
A discussion about Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran. Guests: Carey Cavanaugh, professor of diplomacy and conflict resolution and director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; John Stempel, senior professor of international relations at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Bruce Hicks, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands; and Hossein Motamedi, political science and history professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College. (10/19/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1647
A discussion about health care. Guests: Dr. Susan Bornstein, a Louisville gynecologist; Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Bradford Blain, a member of the Independent Insurance Agents of Kentucky and state legislative chair for the Kentucky Association of Health Underwriters. (10/26/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming 2010 Election #1701 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Charlie Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; John Y. Brown III, founder of JYB3 Group, a public affairs, business consulting and public relations firm, and a former Kentucky Secretary of State; and John David Dyche, a lawyer and author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell. (11/2/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #1702 [TV-None]
A discussion about state tax reform. Guests: Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth. (11/9/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Employee Health Benefits #1703
A discussion about public employee health benefits. Guests: Dave Adkisson, president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Lee Jackson, president of the Kentucky Association of State Employees; Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University; and John Wilkerson, deputy executive director of the Kentucky Education Association. (11/16/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming 2010 General Assembly #1704 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 general assembly. Guests: Rep. Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore, chair of the House Military Affairs and Public Safety Committee; Rep. James Comer, R-Tompkinsville; Rep. Jim Glenn, D-Owensboro; and Rep. Alecia Webb-Edgington, R-Fort Wright. (12/7/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Expanded Gambling #1705 [TV-None]
A discussion about expanded gambling. Guests: Bill Farish, general manager of Lane's End; Patrick Neely, executive director of the Kentucky Equine Education Project; Martin Cothran, spokesman for Say No To Casinos; and Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation. (12/14/09)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming 2010 General Assembly #1706 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 general assembly. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Robert Stivers, R-Manchester; Senate Minority Floor Leader Ed Worley, D-Richmond; Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville. (1/4/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1707 [TV-None]
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Sheila Schuster, executive director of the Advocacy Action Network Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth; and Tim Yessin, a member of the board of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions. (1/11/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Charter Schools #1708
A discussion about charter schools. Guests: Rev. Jerry Stephenson, chair of the Kentucky Education Restoration Alliance; Jim Waters, director of policy and communications for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Sharron Oxendine, president of the Kentucky Education Association; and Superintendent Sheldon Berman of Jefferson County Public Schools. (1/18/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1709 [TV-None]
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Sen. Tim Shaughnessy, D-Louisville; andRep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville. (1/25/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #1710 [TV-None]
A discussion about state tax reform. Guests: Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, chair of the House State Government Committee; Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; and Rep. Jim DeCesare, R-Rockfield. (2/1/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Voting Rights for Felons #1711
A discussion about voting rights for felons. Guest: State Rep. Jesse Crenshaw, D-Lexington; State Rep. Joseph Fischer, R-Fort Thomas; Kentucky Public Advocate Edward Monahan; and Allen Trimble, commonwealth's attorney for McCreary and Whitley counties and president of the Kentucky Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys. (2/8/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Payday Loans #1712 [TV-None]
A discussion about payday loans. Guests: State Rep. Darryl Owens, D-Louisville, chair of the House Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments, and Intergovernmental Affairs - via phone; State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Rich Seckel, director of the Kentucky Equal Justice Center and a member of the Kentucky Coalition for Responsible Lending; and Tommy Moore, executive vice president of the Community Financial Services Association of America. (2/15/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Domestic Violence Laws #1713
A discussion about domestic violence laws. Guests: State Rep. Jimmie Lee, D-Elizabethtown; State Sen. Tom Jensen, R-London, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; Sharon Currens, executive director of the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association; and Ernie Lewis, legislative agent for the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. (2/22/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1714 [TV-None]
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: Ky. Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Ky. House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; State Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (3/1/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 General Assembly #1715 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 general assembly. Guests: State Rep. Steve Riggs, D-Louisville, chair of the House Local Government Committee;State Rep. Tommy Thompson, D-Owensboro, chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Primary/Secondary Education; State Rep. Danny Ford, R-Mount Vernon; and State Rep. Tim Moore, R-Elizabethtown. (3/22/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1716
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Charlie Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Kathy Groob, political consultant and co-founder of Emerge Kentucky, a training program for Democratic women; and Holly Harris, finance chair for the Republican Party of Kentucky. (3/29/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 5th Congressional District Democrats #1717
A discussion with the 5th Congressional District Democrats primary candidates. Guests: James E. "Jim" Holbert, David Prince, and Kenneth Stepp. (4/5/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 3rd Congressional District Republicans #1718
A discussion with the 3rd Congressional District Republican primary candidates. Guests: Larry Hausman, Todd Lally, Jeff Reetz, and Brooks Wicker. (4/12/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 General Assembly #1719 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 general assembly. Guests: Ky. Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Ky. House Majority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook; State Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee. (4/19/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 6th Congressional District Republicans #1720
A discussion with the 6th Congressional District Republican primary candidates. Guests: Perry Wilson Barnes, Garland "Andy" Barr, John T. Kemper III, Matt Lockett, George Pendergrass, and Mike Templeman. (4/26/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Senate Democrats #1721
A discussion with the U.S. Senate Democratic primary candidates. Guests: James Buckmaster, Jack Conway, Daniel Mongiardo, Darlene F. Price, and Maurice M. Sweeney. (5/3/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Senate Republicans #1722
A discussion with the U.S. Senate Republican primary candidates. Guests: C.M. "Trey" Grayson, Gurley L. Martin, Rand Paul, and John Stephenson. (5/10/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1723
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Lois Combs Weinberg, an advisor to the Kentucky Democratic Party; Scott Jennings, an advisor to the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party and a KET primary election night commentator; and John David Dyche, author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell and a KET primary election night commentator. (5/17/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1724
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Charlie Moore, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Holly Harris, finance chair for the Republican Party of Kentucky. (5/24/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1725
A discussion about the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor: Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor; Amy Cubbage, a Louisville lawyer and member of the board of directors of the ACLU of Kentucky; and Christopher Thacker, a Lexington lawyer and president of the Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter of The Federalist Society. (5/31/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1726
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: State Sen. and former Kentucky Gov. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort; State Sen. Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, chair of the Senate State and Local Government Committee; Kentucky House Majority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook; and Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown. (6/7/10)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #1727 [TV-None]
A discussion about state tax reform. Guests: State Sen. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Warren Rogers, chair of the Kentucky Club for Growth. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Parks #1728
A discussion about state parks. Guests: State Rep. Ruth Ann Palumbo, D-Lexington, chair of the House Economic Development Committee; State Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee; Lee Jackson, president of the Kentucky Association of State Employees; and Don Cole, president of the Kentucky League on Alcohol and Gambling Problems and the Kentucky Ethics League. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy Policy #1729
A discussion about energy policy. Guests: William Daugherty, president and chief executive officer of NGAS Resources; Bill Bissett, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Scott Sykes, president and founder of Genesis Development of Kentucky; and Rick Clewett, political committee co-chair for the Cumberland Chapter of the Sierra Club. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Economy #1730
A discussion on the economy. Guests: John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky Darrin Gulla, economics lecturer at the University of Kentucky; Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and department chair at Thomas More College. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Charter Schools #1731 [TV-None]
A discussion about charter schools. Guests: State Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; State Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville; Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association; and Phil Moffett, a charter schools advocate. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1732
A discussion about health care. Guests: Dr. Douglas Scutchfield, a professor of health services research and policy at the University of Kentucky; Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; and Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Illegal Immigration #1733
A discussion about illegal immigration. Guests: Doug Roy, president of KFIRE, Kentuckians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement; Kate Miller, program associate on immigration policy with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Kent Masterson Brown, a Lexington lawyer; and Becca O'Neill, a Louisville lawyer A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1734 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts Crit Luallen; Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson; Kentucky State Treasurer Todd Hollenbach; and Larry Forgy, a former Kentucky gubernatorial nominee. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming #1735 [TV-None]

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Smoking Laws #1736
A discussion about smoking laws. Guests: Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann; Boone County Commissioner Cathy Flaig; Betsy Berns Janes, advocacy director for the American Lung Association of Kentucky and grassroots coordinator for Northern Kentucky ACTION; and Ken Moellman, a spokesman for Northern Kentucky Choice. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Birthright Citizenship #1737
A discussion about birthright citizenship. Guests: Jason Mrochek, executive director and co-founder of the Federal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Coalition; Ron Russell, a Louisville lawyer and member of the board of the Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights; Christopher Thacker, a Lexington lawyer and president of the Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter of The Federalist Society; and Becca O'Neill, a Louisville immigration lawyer. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1738 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Daniel Logsdon, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Matt Erwin, communications director for the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Holly Harris, finance chair for the Republican Party of Kentucky. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 1st Congressional District #1739
A discussion with the 1st Congressional District candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. Guests: Charles Kendall Hatchett, Democratic Party, and U.S. Rep. Edward Whitfield, Republican Party. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2nd Congressional District #1740
A discussion with the 2nd Congressional District candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. Guests: U.S. Rep. S. Brett Guthrie, Republican Party, and Ed Marksberry, Democratic Party. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 5th Congressional District #1741
A discussion with James E. "Jim" Holbert, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Kentucky's 5th Congressional District. U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers, the Republican candidate, was invited but won't be participating. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 4th Congressional District #1742
A discussion with the 4th Congressional District candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. Guests: U.S. Rep. Geoff Davis, Republican Party and John Waltz, Democratic Party. A 2010 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 3rd Congressional District #1743
A discussion with the 3rd Congressional District candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. Guests: Michael D. Hansen, independent, Todd Lally, Republican Party, Edward A. Martin, Libertarian Party, and U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, Democratic Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 6th Congressional District #1744
A discussion with the 6th Congressional District candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. Guests: Garland "Andy" Barr, Republican Party, and U.S. Rep. Ben Chandler, Democratic Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Senate #1745
A discussion with the candidates for the U.S. Senate. Guests: Jack Conway, Democratic Party, and Rand Paul, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 Election #1801
A discussion about the 2010 election. Guests: Daniel Logsdon, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party and a KET election night commentator; and John David Dyche, author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell and a KET election night commentator.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2010 and 2011 Elections #1802
A discussion about the 2010 and 2011 elections. Guests: Daniel Logsdon, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Matt Erwin, communications director for the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Holly Harris, finance chair for the Republican Party of Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2011 General Assembly #1803 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2011 General Assembly. Guests: State Rep. Reginald Meeks, D-Louisville; State Rep. Jim DeCesare, R-Rockfield; State Rep. Leslie Combs, D-Pikeville; and State Rep. Alecia Webb-Edgington, R-Fort Wright.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Charter Schools #1804
A discussion about charter schools. Guests: State Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; State Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville; Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association; and Jim Waters, director of policy and communications for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform #1805 [TV-None]
A discussion about the Report of the National Commission on Fiscal Responisbility and Reform. Guests: Kenneth Troske, Department of Economics, University of Kentucky Robert Martin, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Centre College; Andy Hightower, executive director, Kentucky Club for Growth; and Tihisha Rawlins, associate director for grassroots, AARP Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming 2011 General Assembly #1806 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2011 General Assembly. Guests: Sen. Ed Worley, D-Richmond, minority floor leader; Rep. Scott Brinkman, R-Louisville; and Rep. Ken Upchurch, R-Monticello.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Kentucky Penal Code #1807 [TV-None]
A discussion about the Kentucky penal code. Guests: State Senator Tom Jensen, R-London, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and co-chair of the 2010 Task Force on the Penal Code and Controlled Substances Act; State Representative John Tilley, D-Hopkinsville, chair of the House Judiciary Committee and co-chair of the 2010 Task Force on the Penal Code and Controlled Substances Act; Secretary Michael Brown of the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet; and Chief Justice John Minton of the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming #1808 [TV-None]

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2011 General Assembly #1809 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2011 General Assembly. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Kentucky Senate Minority Caucus Chair Johnny Ray Turner, D-Drift; and Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Meth and Pseudoephedrine #1810 [TV-None]
A discussion about meth and pseudoephedrine. Guests: State Rep. Linda Belcher, D-Shepherdsville; State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Sgt. Stanley Salyards, Louisville Metro Police; and Maj. Tony King, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Illegal Immigration #1811
A discussion about illegal immigration. Guests: State Sen. Brandon Smith, R-Hazard, chair of the Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee; Kentucky House Majority Caucus Chair Robert Damron, D-Nicholasville; Jessamine County Attorney Brian Goettl; and Becca O'Neill, a Louisville lawyer.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Proposed Statewide Smoking Ban #1812 [TV-None]
A discussion about a proposed statewide smoking ban. Guests: State Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington; State Rep. Jim DeCesare, R-Bowling Green; Amy Barkley, an advocacy director with the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids; and Jim Waters, vice president of policy and communications with the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Taxes #1813 [TV-None]
A discussion about state taxes. Guests: State Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education Legislation #1814 [TV-None]
A discussion about education legislation. Guests: Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee; State Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; State Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; and State Rep. Jill York, R-Grayson.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicaid #1815
A discussion about Medicaid. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; State Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and State Rep. Jimmie Lee, D-Elizabethtown, chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Human Resources and co-chair of the Medicaid Oversight and Advisory Committee.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Optometry Bill #1816 [TV-None]
A discussion about the optometry bill passed by the General Assembly and sent to the governor. Guests: Ben Gaddie, O.D., president-elect of the Kentucky Optometric Association; David Cockrell, O.D., a member of the board of trustees of the American Optometric Association; Cynthia Bradford, M.D., senior secretary for advocacy with the American Academy of Ophthalmology; and Woodford VanMeter, M.D., president of the Kentucky Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Meth and Pseudoephedrine #1817 [TV-None]
A discussion about meth and pseudoephedrine. Guests: State Rep. Linda Belcher, D-Shepherdsville; State Rep. David Floyd, R-Bardstown; Sgt. Stanley Salyards, Louisville Metro Police; and Daviess County Sheriff Keith Cain.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! #1818 [TV-None]
A discussion about the special legislative session. Guests: Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth; Mary Ann Blankenship, executive director of the Kentucky Education Association; and Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2011 General Assembly and Special Session #1819 [TV-None]
A discussion about the 2011 General Assembly and Special Session. Guests: Kentucky House Majority Caucus Chair Robert Damron, D-Nicholasville; Kentucky House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville; Kentucky Senate Minority Floor Leader R.J. Palmer, D-Winchester; and State Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Republicans for Auditor of Public Accounts/Democrats for State Treasurer #1821
A discussion with the 2011 Republican primary candidates for auditor of public accounts and the 2011 Democratic primary candidates for state treasurer. Scheduled guests are - Republicans for auditor of public accounts: John T. Kemper III and State Representative Addia Kathryn Wuchner; Democrats for state treasurer: Steve Hamrick and State Treasurer L.J. "Todd" Hollenbach.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Democrats for Secretary of State/Republicans for Secretary of State #1822
A discussion with the 2011 Democratic and Republican primary candidates for secretary of state. Scheduled guests are - Democrats for secretary of state: Alison Lundergan Grimes and Secretary of State Elaine N. Walker; Republicans for secretary of state: Bill Johnson and Hilda Legg.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Democrats for Commissioner of Agriculture/Republicans for Commissioner of Agriculture #1823
A discussion with the 2011 Democratic and Republican primary candidates for commissioner of agriculture. Scheduled guests are - Democrats for commissioner of agriculture: Robert "Bob" Farmer, Stewart Gritton, John Faris Lackey, David Williams, and B.D. Wilson; Republicans for commissioner of agriculture: State Rep. James R. Comer and Shelby County Judge/Executive Rob Rothenburger.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Republicans for Lieutenant Governor #1824
A discussion with the 2011 Republican primary candidates for lieutenant governor. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer; State Representative Mike Harmon; and Bill Vermillion Jr.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Republicans for Governor #1825
A discussion with the 2011 Republican primary candidates for governor. Scheduled guests: Jefferson County Clerk Barbara "Bobbie" Holsclaw; Phil Moffett; and Kentucky Senate President David L. Williams.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2011 Election #1826
A discussion about the 2011 election. Guests: Matt Erwin, communications director for the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party and a KET election night commentator; and John David Dyche, author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell and a KET election night commentator. A 2011 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2011 Election #1827
Renee Shaw and guests discuss the 2011 election. Guests: State Rep. Sannie Overly, D-Paris; State Rep. Julie Adams, R-Louisville; Jennifer Moore, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Economy, Federal Budget, and Debt Limit #1828
A discussion about the economy, federal budget, and the debt limit. Guests: John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky; Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University; Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor at Thomas More College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Afghanistan, Iraq, Homeland Security #1829
A discussion about Afghanistan, Iraq, and Homeland Security. Guests: Stacy Closson, professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky and a former policy analyst at the Department of Defense; Max Wise, political science professor at Campbellsville University and a former FBI employee in intelligence and counterterrorism; Hossein Motamedi, political science and history professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College; and Bruce Hicks, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Coal #1830
A discussion about coal, the EPA, energy, and utilities. Guests: Bill Bissett, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; George Siemens, vice president of external affairs for LG&E and KU Energy; and John Morgan, president of Morgan Worldwide Consultants.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cities and Counties #1831
A discussion about cities and counties in Kentucky. Guests: Mayor Gale Cherry of Princeton; Mayor Bill Sheckles of Bardstown; Judge/Executive Gary Moore, R-Boone County; and Judge/Executive Tommy Turner, D-LaRue County.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Debt Limit #1832
A discussion about the U.S. debt limit. Guests: Terry Brooks, executive director, Kentucky Youth Advocates; Andy Hightower, executive director, Kentucky Club for Growth; James Kimbrough, state president, AARP Kentucky; and Kathy Gornik, chair, Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Debt Limit #1833
A discussion about the U.S. debt limit. Guests: Ken Troske, Sturgill Endowed Professor of Economics and director of the Center for Business and Economics Research at the University of Kentucky; Brian Strow, professor of economics, Western Kentucky University; Bill Londrigan, president, Kentucky AFL-CIO; and Jim Waters, vice president of policy and communications, Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Issues in the Gubernatorial Election #1834
A discussion about issues in the gubernatorial election. Guests: Kentucky Senate Majority Floor Leader Robert Stivers, R-Manchester; Kentucky Senate Minority Floor Leader R.J. Palmer, D-Winchester; Kentucky House Majority Whip Tommy Thompson, D-Owensboro; and State Representative Adam Koenig, R-Erlanger.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Education and the Gubernatorial Election #1835
A discussion about education and the gubernatorial election. Guests: State Sen. Ken Winters, R-Murray, chair of the Senate Education Committee; State Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; State Sen. Tim Shaughnessy, D-Louisville; and State Rep. John "Bam" Carney, R-Campbellsville.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #1836
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: State Rep. Rick Rand (D-Bedford), chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Rep. Ron Crimm, (R-Louisville), vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Sen. Gerald Neal, (D-Louisville), and State Sen. Mike Wilson, (R-Bowling Green).

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #1837
A discussion about jobs and the economy. Guests: State Rep. Terry Mills (D- Lebanon);State Rep. Jill York (R-Grayson); State Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown), chair of the Senate State and Local Government Committee; and State Sen. Jerry Rhoads (D-Madisonville).

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Commissioner of Agriculture #1838
A discussion with the candidates for commissioner of agriculture. Guests: State Rep. James R. Comer, Republican Party, and Robert "Bob" Farmer, Democratic Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Treasurer #1839
A discussion with the candidates for state treasurer with guest host Renee Shaw. Guests: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Councilwoman K.C. Crosbie, Republican Party; State Treasurer L.J. "Todd" Hollenbach, Democratic Party; and Kenneth C. Moellman Jr., Libertarian Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Secretary of State #1840
A discussion with candidates for secretary of state. Guests: Alison Lundergan Grimes, Democratic Party, and Bill Johnson, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Governor #1841
A discussion about education with candidates for governor. Guests: Gatewood Galbraith, independent, and Kentucky Senate President David L. Williams, Republican Party. NOTE: Gov. Steve Beshear was invited but his campaign staff has indicated he won't be participating.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming #1842

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Auditor of Public Accounts #1843
A discussion with the candidates for auditor of public accounts with guest host Renee Shaw. Guests: Adam H. Edelen, Democratic Party, and John T. Kemper III, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Attorney General #1844
A discussion with candidates for attorney general. Guests: Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway, Democratic Party, and Hopkins County Attorney Todd P'Pool, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Lieutenant Governor #1845
A discussion with the candidates for lieutenant governor. Guests: Former Louisville Mayor Jerry E. Abramson, Democratic Party; Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer, Republican Party; and Dea Riley, independent.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Governor #1846
A discussion with the candidates for governor. Guests: Governor Steven L. Beshear, Democratic Party; Gatewood Galbraith, independent; and Kentucky Senate President David L. Williams, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2011 Election #1901
A discussion about the 2011 election. Guests: Daniel Logsdon, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party and a KET election night commentator; and John David Dyche, author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell and a KET election night commentator.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 General Assembly #1902
Guest host Renee Shaw and panelists discuss the 2012 General Assembly. Guests: State Rep. Jim Glenn, D-Owensboro; State Rep. Addia Wuchner, R-Florence; State Rep. Kevin Sinnette, D-Ashland; and State Rep. Sara Beth Gregory, R-Monticello.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Voting Rights for Felons #1903
A discussion about voting rights for felons. Guests: Rep. Jesse Crenshaw (D-Lexington) via phone; Ed Monahan, Kentucky Public Advocate; Dave Stengel, Commonwealth's Attorney for Jefferson County; John Roach, a Lexington lawyer and former counsel to Governor Ernie Fletcher; and Allen Trimble, Commonwealth's Attorney for McCreary and Whitely Counties.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Smoking Ban #1904
A discussion about legislation calling for a state-wide smoking ban. Guests: State Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington; State Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Junction City; Amy Barkley, Director, Tobacco State and Mid-Atlantic Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids; and Jim Waters, Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 General Assembly #1905
A discussion about the 2012 General Assembly. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Kentucky Senate Minority Floor Leader R.J. Palmer, D-Winchester; and Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Meth and Pseudoephedrine #1906
A discussion about meth and pseudoephedrine. Guests: State Rep. Linda Belcher, D-Shepherdsville; State Rep. Brent Yonts, D-Greenville; Chris Cohron, commonwealth's attorney for Warren County; and Maj. Tony King, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! #1907
A discussion about the state budget. Guests: State Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Rep. Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville, vice chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and State Sen. Ray Jones, D-Pikeville, member of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Charter Schools #1908
A discussion about charter schools. Guests: State Sen. Ken Winters, R-Murray, chair of the Senate Education Committee; State Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; Hal Heiner, chair of the Kentucky Coalition for Education Reform; and Sharron Oxendine, president of the Kentucky Education Association.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! School Dropout Age #1909
A discussion about the school dropout age. Guests: State Rep. Jeff Greer, D-Brandenburg, chair of the House Banking and Insurance Committee; State Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee; Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday; and Richard Innes, education analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cost of Higher Education #1910
A discussion about the high cost of higher education. Guests: Dr. Jay Box, chancellor, Kentucky Community and Technical College System; Dr. John Hayek, senior vice president of budget, policy, and planning, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education; Rebecca Gilpatrick, director of student aid services, Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority; and Dr. Gary S. Cox, president, Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! University of Pikeville #1911
A discussion about the proposal to make the University of Pikeville a state school. Guests: State Representative Leslie Combs, D-Pikeville, chair of the House Tourism Development and Energy Committee; Former Kentucky Governor Paul Patton, president of the University of Pikeville; Morehead State University President Wayne Andrews; and Judge/Executive Albey Brock, R-Bell County.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #1912
A discussion about expanded gambling. Guests: Corey Johnsen, president of Kentucky Downs and chair of the Kentucky Equine Education Project; David Adkisson, president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Kentucky Alliance for Jobs; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation; and Rev. Marian McClure Taylor, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Prescription Drug Abuse #1913
A discussion about prescription drug abuse. Guests: State Rep. John Tilley, D-Hopkinsville, chair of the House Judiciary Committee; State Sen. Tom Jensen, R-London, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway; Dr. Shawn Jones, president of the Kentucky Medical Association.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 General Assembly #1914
A discussion about the 2012 General Assembly. Guests: Kentucky House Minority Whip Danny Ford, R-Mount Vernon; State Rep. Steve Riggs, D-Louisville, chair of the House Local Government Committee; State Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee; and State Sen. Joey Pendleton, D-Hopkinsville.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming #1915

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 General Assembly #1916
A discussion about the 2012 General Assembly. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; Kentucky House Majority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook; Kentucky Senate Minority Floor Leader R.J. Palmer, D-Winchester; and Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Issues Confronting the General Assembly #1917
A discussion about issues confronting the General Assembly. Guests: State Sen. Jack Westwood, R-Erlanger, chair of the Senate Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection Committee; State Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, chair of the House State Government Committee; State Rep. Lonnie Napier, R-Lancaster; and State Rep. Fred Nesler, D-Mayfield.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 1st Congressional District Democrats/3rd Congressional District Democrats #1918
A discussion with 1st Congressional District Democrat primary candidates. Scheduled guests: James Buckmaster and Charles Kendall Hatchett. Then, a discussion with 3rd Congressional District Democrat primary candidates. Scheduled guests: Burrel Charles Farnsley and John A. Yarmuth.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 6th Congressional District Republicans #1919
A discussion with 6th Congressional District Republican primary candidates. Guests: Garland "Andy" Barr, Patrick J. Kelly II, and Curtis Kenimer.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 4th Congressional District Democrats/5th Congressional District Democrats #1920
A discussion with 5th Congressional District Democrat primary candidates. Guests: Michael Ackerman and Kenneth S. Stepp. Then, a discussion with 4th Congressional District Democrat primary candidate Greg Frank.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 4th Congressional District Republicans #1921
A discussion with 4th Congressional District Republican primary candidates. Guests: Marc Carey, Lewis County Judge/Executive Thomas Massie, Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore, Brian D. Oerther, Oldham County Board of Education Vice Chairman Walter Christian Schumm, State Representative Alecia Webb-Edgington, and Tom Wurtz.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 Election #1922
A discussion about the 2012 election. Guests: Matt Erwin, communications director for the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, a lawyer, founder of Emerge Kentucky, and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and John David Dyche, a lawyer, Courier-Journal columnist, and author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 Election #1923
A discussion about the 2012 election. Guests: John Heyrman, political science professor at Berea College; Bruce Hicks, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands; Nancy Cade, history and political science professor at the University of Pikeville; and Scott Lasley, political science professor at Western Kentucky University.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #1924
Renee Shaw and guests discuss state tax reform. Guests: State Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; and Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gay Marriage #1925
A discussion about gay marriage. Guests: Chris Hartman, director of the Fairness Campaign; Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Rev. Derek Penwell, senior minister at Douglass Boulevard Christian Church in Louisville; and Rev. Hershael York, senior pastor at Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Supreme Court #1926
A discussion about the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor; Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor; Amy Cubbage, a Louisville lawyer and member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky board of directors; and Christopher Thacker, a Lexington lawyer and president of the Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Electoral College #1927
A discussion about the Electoral College with scheduled guests Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville and editor of Securing Democracy: Why we have an Electoral College; Richard Labunski, a professor in the School of Journalism and Telecommunications at the University of Kentucky and author of The Second Constitutional Convention: How the American People Can Take Back Their Government; Jane Rainey, an Eastern Kentucky University government professor and co-author of Reexamining the Distribution of Power in the Electoral College; and Brian Clardy, Murray State University history professor.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Illegal Immigration #1928
A discussion about illegal immigration. Guests: State Sen. John Schickel, R-Union, chair of the Senate Licensing, Occupations, and Administrative Regulations Committee; Kate Miller, program associate on immigration policy with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Jessamine County Attorney Brian Goettl; and Becca O'Neill, a Louisville lawyer.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1929
A discussion about health care. Guests: State Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee; State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville, vice chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Human Resources; Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist and member of the Republican Party of Kentucky executive committee; and Dr. Ewell Scott, a Morehead internist and member of Physicians for a National Health Program.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #1930
A discussion about jobs and the economy. Guests: Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University; Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College; Darrin Gulla, economics lecturer at the University of Kentucky; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and chair at Thomas More College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Foreign Policy and National Security #1931
A discussion about foreign policy and national security. Guests: George Herring, professor emeritus of history at the University of Kentucky; Shiping Hua, political science professor at the University of Louisville; Michael Cairo, political science professor at Transylvania University; and Hossein Motamedi, political science and history professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 Election #1932
A discussion about the 2012 election. Guests: Colmon Elridge, vice president, Young Democrats of America; Tres Watson, chairman, Kentucky Young Republican Federation; David Miller, president, Centre College Young Democrats; and Lucas Wetton, president, Centre College Young Republicans.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy and the Environment #1933
A discussion about energy and the environment. Guests: Bill Bissett, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Rodney Andrews, director of the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research; Cam Metcalf, executive director of the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center at the University of Louisville.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 Election #1934
A discussion about the 2012 election. Guests: Kentucky Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville; State Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Kentucky House Minority Caucus Chair Bob DeWeese, R-Louisville; and State Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, chair of the House State Government Committee.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 Election #1935
A discussion about the 2012 election. Guests: State Sen. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; State Rep. Jill York, R-Grayson; State Rep. Kelly Flood, D-Lexington; and State Rep. Sara Beth Gregory, R-Monticello.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Budget #1936
A discussion about the federal budget. Guests: Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Marcus Woodward, a member of the Kentucky Democratic Party State Central Executive Committee; and Tres Watson, chair of the Kentucky Young Republican Federation.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #1937
A discussion about health care. Guests: State Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee; State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville, vice chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Human Resources; Dr. Ralph Alvarado, a Winchester internist and pediatrician; and Dr. Barbara Casper, an internist and University of Louisville professor of medicine.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #1938
A discussion about jobs and the economy. Guests: Andy Hightower, executive director of the Kentucky Club for Growth; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and chair at Thomas More College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2nd Congressional District/5th Congressional District #1939
A discussion with candidates in the 2nd and 5th Congressional District races. Scheduled guests are: 2nd Congressional District - Craig R. Astor, Libertarian Party and David Lynn Williams, Democratic Party (invited, not confirmed). 5th Congressional District - Kenneth S. Stepp, Democratic Party. Note: Republican U.S. Representatives S. Brett Guthrie and Harold "Hal" Rogers were invited but will not be participating.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 1st Congressional District #1940
A discussion with candidates in the 1st Congressional District race. Scheduled guests are Charles Kendall Hatchett, Democratic Party, and U.S. Rep. Edward Whitfield, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 3rd Congressional District #1941
A discussion with candidates in the 3rd Congressional District race. Scheduled guests are: Robert L. DeVore Jr., independent; Brooks Wicker, Republican Party; and U.S. Rep. John A. Yarmuth, Democratic Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 4th Congressional District #1942
A discussion with candidates in the 4th Congressional District race. Scheduled guests are: William R. "Bill" Adkins, Democratic Party, and Former Lewis County Judge/Executive Thomas Massie, Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 6th Congressional District #1943
A discussion with candidates in the 6th Congressional District race. Scheduled guests are:Garland "Andy" Barr, Republican Party; U.S. Rep. Ben Chandler, Democratic Party; and Randolph Vance, independent.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming 2012 Election #1944

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2012 Election #2001
A discussion about the 2012 election. Scheduled guests: Matt Erwin, communications director for the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, a lawyer, founder of Emerge Kentucky, and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and John David Dyche, a lawyer, Louisville Courier-Journal columnist, and author of Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Electoral College #2002
A discussion about the electoral college. Scheduled guests: Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville; Richard Labunski, a University of Kentucky journalism professor; Jane Rainey, an Eastern Kentucky University government professor; and Brian Clardy, a Murray State University history professor.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Fiscal Cliff #2003
A discussion about the fiscal cliff. Guests: Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Tres Watson, chair of the Kentucky Young Republican Federation; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and chair at Thomas More College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #2004
A discussion about state tax reform. Guests: State Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; State Rep. Bill Farmer, R-Lexington; State Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; and State Sen. Paul Hornback, R-Shelbyville.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Employee Pensions #2005
A discussion about public employee pensions. Scheduled guests: State Sen. Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, co-chair of the Task Force on Kentucky Public Pensions; State Rep. Mike Cherry, D-Princeton, co-chair of the Task Force on Kentucky Public Pensions; Dave Adkisson, president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; and Jim Carroll, co-founder of Kentucky Government Retirees.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2013 General Assembly #2006
A discussion about the 2013 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Governor Steve Beshear, D-Kentucky; Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; and Kentucky Senate President Designate Robert Stivers, R-Manchester.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Proposed Statewide Smoking Ban #2007
A discussion about the proposed statewide smoking ban. Guests: State Rep. Susan Westrom, D-Lexington; State Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Danville; Dr. Shawn Jones, past president of the Kentucky Medical Association; and Ken Moellman of Northern Kentucky Choice.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! School Dropout Age #2008
Bill and his guests discuss the high school dropout age. Guests: State Rep. Carl Rollins, D-Midway, chair of the House Education Committee; State Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, chair of the Senate Education Committee; Stu Silberman, executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence; and Richard Innes, education analyst for the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Industrial Hemp #2009
A discussion about industrial hemp. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer; Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer; former Kentucky State Treasurer Jonathan Miller, founder of The Recovering Politician; and Dan Smoot, vice president of Operation UNITE.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #2010
A discussion about state tax reform. Scheduled guests: Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson, D-Kentucky; State Senator Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; and State Representative Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Telephone Deregulation #2011
A discussion about telephone deregulation. Scheduled guests: Patrick Turner, a lawyer for AT&T; Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Gary Gerdemann, executive director of the Kentucky chapter of Citizens for a Digital Future; and Ron Bridges, state director of AARP Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Employee Pensions #2012
A discussion about public employee pensions. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown; State Rep. Brent Yonts, D-Greenville, chair of the House State Government Committee; Bryan Sunderland, vice president of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; and Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, a member of the Kentucky Public Pension Coalition.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2013 General Assembly #2013
Bill and his guests discuss the 2013 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown; State Rep. John Tilley, D-Hopkinsville, chair of the House Judiciary Committee; Kentucky House Minority Whip John Carney, R-Campbellsville; and State Sen. Morgan McGarvey, D-Louisville. A 2013 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Budget #2014
Bill and his guests discuss the federal budget. Scheduled guests: Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Eric Schansberg, economics professor at Indiana University Southeast and a policy scholar at the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College; and Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2013 General Assembly #2015
Bill and his guests discuss the 2013 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers, R-Manchester; Kentucky House Majority Whip Tommy Thompson, D-Owensboro; Kentucky Senate Minority Caucus Chair Johnny Ray Turner, D-Prestonsburg; and State Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gun Laws #2017
A discussion about gun laws. Scheduled guests: Connie Coartney, spokeswoman for the Kentucky chapter of Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America; Ken Pagano, a National Rifle Association member and NRA-certified instructor; Rev. Tanya Tyler, Justice Commission chair for the Kentucky Council of Churches; and Rev. Hershael York, senior pastor at Buck Run Baptist Church and professor and associate dean at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Immigration #2018
Bill and his guests discuss immigration. Scheduled guests: State Sen. John Schickel, R-Union, chair of the Senate Licensing, Occupations, and Administrative Regulations Committee; Kate Miller, program director with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Jessamine County Attorney Brian Goettl; and Enid Trucios-Haynes, a University of Louisville law professor and vice president of the ACLU of Kentucky. A 2013 KET production.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Budget #2019
A discussion about the federal budget. Scheduled guests: Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center and a Trigg County magistrate; Tihisha Rawlins, associate state director of grassroots initiatives for AARP Kentucky; John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and chair at Thomas More College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 113th Congress #2020
Live from Washington D.C., Bill Goodman and his guests discuss the 113th Congress. Scheduled guests are: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky and Rep. John Yarmuth, D-3rd Congressional District.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Employee Pensions #2021
A discussion about public employee pensions. Scheduled guests: Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Sharron Oxendine, president of the Kentucky Education Association, a member of the Kentucky Public Pension Coalition; and Bryan Sunderland, senior vice president of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2014 Election #2022
Bill and his guests discuss the 2014 election. Schedule guests: Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jonathan Miller, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Louisville Metro Councilman David Tandy, former treasurer for the Kentucky Democratic Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Foreign Policy #2023
Bill and his guests discuss foreign policy. Scheduled guests: Robert Farley, professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Christopher Leskiw, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands; Lori Hartmann-Mahmud, professor and chair of international studies at Centre College; and Michael Cairo, political science professor and international affairs program director at Transylvania University.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Counterterrorism Policy #2024
Bill and his guests discuss counterterrorism policy. Scheduled guests: Max Wise, political science professor at Campbellsville University and former intelligence analyst for the FBI; John Bickers, law professor at Northern Kentucky University and former Army judge advocate; and Amy Cubbage, Louisville lawyer and former member of the ACLU of Kentucky board of directors.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Care #2025
Bill and his guests discuss health care. Scheduled guests: - State Rep. Tom Burch, D-Louisville, chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; State Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee; Dr. Barbara Casper, an internist and University of Louisville professor of medicine; and Dr. Michael Macfarlane, a Louisville urologist.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Local Option Sales Tax #2027
Bill and his guests discuss local option sales tax. Scheduled guests are: Covington Mayor Sherry Carran; Councilman Ken Fleming, R-Louisville Metro Council; State Sen. Kathy Stein, D-Lexington; and Kevin Gordon, board member with the Independent Business Association of Northern Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Future of Coal and Energy #2028
Bill and his guests discuss the future of coal and energy. Scheduled guests: Bill Bissett, president of the Kentucky Coal Association; Elizabeth Crowe, executive director of the Kentucky Environmental Foundation; Paul Thompson, chief operating officer of LG&E and KU Energy; and Stephen Sanders, director of the Appalachian Citizens' Law Center.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Immigration #2029
Bill and his guests discuss immigration. Scheduled guests: Kate Miller, program director with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Jessamine County Attorney Brian Goettl; Nima Kulkarni, an international business and immigration lawyer in Louisville; and Luis Pozzolo, director of ALIST, America for Lawful Immigration Solutions Today.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #2030
Bill and his guests discuss state tax reform. Scheduled guests: State Senator Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee; State Senator Gerald Neal, D-Louisville; Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; and State Representative Jim Wayne, D-Louisville.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #2033
Bill and his guests discuss jobs and the economy. Scheduled guests: Dave Adkisson, president and chief executive officer of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO; John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky; and Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and chair at Thomas More College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! K-12 Science Standards #2034
Bill and his guests discuss K-12 science standards. Scheduled guests: State Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, chair of the Senate Education Committee; State Rep. Derrick Graham, D-Frankfort, chair of the House Education Committee; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Blaine Ferrell, chair of the committee on legislation for the Kentucky Academy of Science.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! War On Drugs #2035
Bill and his guests discuss the war on drugs. Scheduled guests: Secretary J. Michael Brown of the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet; Matthew Leveridge, commonwealth's attorney for Russell and Wayne counties and immediate past president of the Kentucky Commonwealth's Attorneys Association; Cherie Dawson-Edwards, justice administration professor at the University of Louisville and immediate past president of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Ray Larson, commonwealth's attorney for Fayette County.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Syria #2037
Bill and his guests discuss Syria. Scheduled guests: John Stempel, international relations professor at the University of Kentucky Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce; Lori Hartmann-Mahmud, international studies professor and chair at Centre College; Bruce Hicks, political science professor at the University of the Cumberlands; and Hossein Motamedi, political science and history professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Bluegrass Pipeline Project #2038
Bill and his guests discuss the Bluegrass Pipeline Project. Scheduled guests: Bill Lawson, director of corporate development for Williams; Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Andrew McNeill, executive director of the Kentucky Oil & Gas Association; and Brad Slutskin, a Versailles lawyer.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Budget and Debt Ceiling #2039
Bill and his guests discuss the federal budget and debt ceiling. Scheduled guests: Louisville Metro Councilman David Tandy, former treasurer for the Kentucky Democratic Party; KC Crosbie, national committeewoman for the Republican Party of Kentucky; James Taylor, political science instructor at Somerset Community College; and Brian Strow, economics professor at Western Kentucky University.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Gun Laws #2040
Bill and his guests discuss gun laws. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Reginald Meeks, D-Louisville; State Rep. Brian Linder, R-Dry Ridge; Pam Gersh, Kentucky chapter of Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America; and Alisha Arnold, Kentucky chapter of Gun Rights Across America.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Affordable Care Act #2041
Bill and his guests discuss the Affordable Care Act. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville, vice chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Human Resources; State Rep. Robert Benvenuti, R-Lexington, vice chair of the House Health and Welfare Committee; Dr. Peter Thurman, medical director at Family Health Centers in Louisville; and Dr. Ralph Alvarado, an internist and pediatrician in Winchester.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Budget and Debt Ceiling #2042
Bill and his guests discuss the federal budget and debt ceiling. Scheduled guests: Former Republican U.S. Rep. Geoff Davis of Hebron; Former Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike Ward of Louisville; Tom Dupree, a member of the board of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Budget and Debt Ceiling #2043
Bill and his guests discuss the federal budget and debt ceiling. Scheduled guests: Jonathan Miller, former Kentucky state treasurer and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Brad Cummings, former chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party; John Heyrman, political science professor at Berea College; and Stephen Voss, political science professor at the University of Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #2044
Bill and his guests discuss expanded gambling. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Senate Majority Caucus Chair Dan Seum, R-Fairdale; State Rep. Tim Moore, R-Elizabethtown; Ed Glasscock, co-chair of Kentucky Wins; and Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation of Kentucky.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2014 Election #2101
Bill and his guests discuss the 2014 election. Scheduled guests: Jennifer Moore, chair of Emerge Kentucky and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Tres Watson, chair of the Kentucky Young Republican Federation; Bill Garmer, former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Nathan Haney, chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Immigration #2102
Bill and his guests discuss immigration. Scheduled guests: Nima Kulkarni, an international business and immigration lawyer in Louisville; Jessamine County Attorney Brian Goettl; Kate Miller, program director with the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; and Luis Pozzolo, director of ALIST, America for Lawful Immigration Solutions Today.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Employment Non-Discrimination Act #2103
Bill and his guests discuss the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Scheduled guests: Enid Trucios-Haynes, president of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Chris Hartman, director of the Fairness Campaign; and Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #2105
Bill and his guests discuss the state budget. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, vice chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Sen. Robin Webb, D-Grayson; and State Rep. Steven Rudy, R-West Paducah.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2014 General Assembly #2106
Bill and his guests discuss the 2014 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers, R-Manchester; Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Kentucky House Minority Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; and Kentucky Senate Minority Floor Leader R.J. Palmer, D-Winchester.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Statewide Smoking Ban #2108
Bill and his guests discuss the proposed statewide smoking ban. Guests: Dr. Shawn Jones, past president of the Kentucky Medical Association and a member of the Smoke-Free Kentucky coalition; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Ashli Watts, manager of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Smoke-Free Kentucky coalition; and Ken Moellman, spokesman for Northern Kentucky Choice.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget #2109
Bill and his guests discuss the state budget. Scheduled guests: State Sen. Bob Leeper, I-Paducah, chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Kentucky House Minority Whip John Carney, R-Campbellsville; and State Sen. Ray Jones, D-Pikeville.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Charter Schools #2110
Bill and his guests discuss charter schools. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville; State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, D-Louisville; Wayne Lewis, chair of the Kentucky Charter Schools Association; and Brent McKim, president of the Jefferson County Teachers Association.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Minimum Wage #2111
Bill and his guests discuss the minimum wage. Scheduled guests: Anna Baumann, research and policy associate with the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Tod Griffin, president of the Kentucky Retail Federation; Bonifacio Aleman, executive director of Kentucky Jobs with Justice; and Stacy Roof, president and CEO of the Kentucky Restaurant Association.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #2112
Bill and his guests discuss state tax reform. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville; State Rep. Tim Moore, R-Elizabethtown; Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; and Brian Strow, policy scholar with the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Expanded Gambling #2113
Bill and his guests discuss expanded gambling. Scheduled guests: Kevin Flanery, president of Churchill Downs Racetrack and senior vice president for Churchill Downs Incorporated; Stan Cave, attorney for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Ed Glasscock, co-chair of Kentucky Wins and chairman emeritus of Frost Brown Todd; and John-Mark Hack, chairman of Stop Predatory Gambling Kentucky.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medical Review Panels #2114
Bill and his guests discuss medical review panels. Scheduled guests: Dr. Steven Stack, a Lexington physician and immediate past chair of the American Medical Association board of trustees; Jim Kimbrough, AARP Kentucky state president; Michael Sutton, a Louisville lawyer and counsel for the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities; and Vanessa Cantley, a Louisville lawyer and district vice president for the Kentucky Justice Association.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! LGBT Rights #2115
Bill and his guests discuss LGBT rights. Scheduled guests: Enid Trucios-Haynes, president of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Chris Hartman, director of the Fairness Campaign; and- Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Death Penalty #2116
Bill and his guests discuss the death penalty. Scheduled guests: Former Kentucky Public Advocate Ernie Lewis, legislative agent for the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Jackie Steele, commonwealth's attorney for Knox and Laurel counties; Roberta Harding, a University of Kentucky law professor; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2014 General Assembly #2118
Bill and his guests discuss the 2014 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Dave Adkisson, president and chief executive officer of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Senate Republican Primary #2119
Bill Goodman discusses issues in Kentucky's U.S. Senate Republican primary with candidates in the race. Scheduled candidates are: Matt Bevin, Brad Copas, and Shawna Sterling.

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Bill Goodman discusses issues in Kentucky's U.S. Senate Democratic primary with candidates in the race. Scheduled candidates are: Gregory Brent Leichty and Tom Recktenwald.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 6th Congressional District Democratic Primary; 5th Congressional District Democratic Primary #2121
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of issues in Kentucky's 5th and 6th Congressional District Democratic primaries. Scheduled candidates are: 6th Congressional District, Elisabeth Jensen and Geoffrey M. "Geoff" Young; 5th Congressional District, Kenneth S. Stepp and Billy Ray Wilson.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 3rd Congressional District Democratic Primary; 1st Congressional District Democratic Primary #2122
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of issues in Kentucky's 1st and 3rd Congressional District Democratic primaries. Scheduled candidates are: 1st Congressional District Democratic Primary, Wesley Seaton Bolin and Charles Kendall Hatchett; 3rd Congressional District Democratic Primary, E. Ray Pierce.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! 2014 Election #2123
Bill and his guest discuss the 2014 election. Scheduled guests: Steve Robertson, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Louisville Metro Councilman David Tandy, former treasurer for the Kentucky Democratic Party; Ellen Williams, former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Jennifer Moore, founder of Emerge Kentucky and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party.

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Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Energy Policy #2125
Bill and his guests discuss energy policy. Scheduled guests: Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Secretary Len Peters; Tom FitzGerald, director of the Kentucky Resources Council; Tony Campbell, president and CEO of East Kentucky Power Cooperative; and Heather Warman, executive director of the Kentucky Environmental Foundation.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! U.S. Foreign Policy #2126
Bill and his guests discuss U.S. foreign policy. Scheduled guests: Stacy Closson, professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky; Clayton Thyne, political science professor at the University of Kentucky; Guilherme Silva, political science professor at Georgetown College; and Hossein Motamedi, political science and history professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Public Employee Pensions #2127
Substitute host Renee Shaw and her guests discuss public employee pensions. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Brent Yonts, D-Greenville, chair of the House State Government Committee; State Sen. Christian McDaniel, R-Taylor Mill, chair of the Senate Budget Review Subcommittee on General Government, Finance, and Public Protection; State Rep. John Tilley, D-Hopkinsville, chair of the House Judiciary Committee; and State Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville, vice chair of the House Licensing and Occupations Committee.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Campaign Finance Laws #2128
Bill and his guests discuss campaign finance laws. Scheduled guests: Richard Beliles, state chair of Common Cause Kentucky; Christopher Thacker, president of the Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter of The Federalist Society; Joy Arnold, chair of Central Kentucky Move to Amend; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Brent Spence Bridge #2129
Bill and his guests discuss the Brent Spence Bridge. Scheduled guests: Covington Mayor Sherry Carran; Covington Mayor Pro Tem and Commissioner Steve Frank; Brent Cooper, interim president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; and Brian Ellerman, general counsel for the Toebben Companies.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Budget and Tax Reform #2130
Bill and his guests discuss the state budget and tax reform. Scheduled guests: State Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee; State Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, vice chair of the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee; Jason Bailey, director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; and Bryan Sunderland, senior vice president of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Same-Sex Marriage #2131
Bill and his guests discuss same-sex marriage. Scheduled guests: Chris Hartman, director of the Fairness Campaign; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Dan Canon, a Louisville lawyer; and Stan Cave, a Lexington lawyer.

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jobs and the Economy #2132
Bill and his guests discuss jobs and the economy. Scheduled guests: John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky; Chris Phillips, economics professor at Somerset Community College; Tom Dupree, member of the board of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; and Anna Baumann, research and policy associate with the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Contraception and the Affordable Care Act #2133
Bill and his guests discuss contraception and the Affordable Care Act. Scheduled guests: Amy Cubbage, a Louisville lawyer and member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky; Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center; Samuel Marcosson, a University of Louisville law professor; and Paul Salamanca, a University of Kentucky law professor.

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! College Scholarships #9809 [TV-None]

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Federal Taxes #9815 [TV-None]

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Kentucky Programming Federal Taxes #9906

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! State Tax Reform #9920
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of possible changes to the Kentucky tax code. Guests: Bruce Clark, chairman of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce State Tax Committee; Rand Paul, chairman of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Alane Goldstein, advocacy coordinator for the Coalition for the Homeless in Jefferson County; and Doug Hall, senior analyst for Kentucky Youth Advocates. (6/7/99)

Kentucky Programming Education Tax Breaks #9921
Panelists discuss government-funded school vouchers and other tax breaks for education. Guests: Jane Chiles, executive director of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky; Ed Schoenbaechler, a lawyer for the Kentucky League for Education Alternatives; Tim Dedman, a member of the Kentucky Education Association board of directors and the National Education Association board of directors; and Wilson Stone, president of the Kentucky School Boards Association. (6/14/99)

Kentucky Programming Election Finance Laws #9922
Panelists debate campaign finance reform. Guests: House Speaker Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green; Senate Minority Floor Leader David Williams, R-Burkesville; Robert Abell, a member of the American Civil Liberties Union; and Richard Beliles, chairman of Common Cause of Kentucky. (6/21/99)

Kentucky Programming Managed Health Care #9923
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of HMOs and other managed health care plans. Guests: Dr. Kenneth Peters, immediate past president of the Kentucky Medical Association; Bill Garmer, a member of the board of governors of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and past president of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys; Dr. Allen Grimes, medical director for United Health Care of Kentucky; and Vickie Yates Brown, chairwoman of the American Bar Association Health Law Section Legislative Affairs Committee. (6/28/99)

Kentucky Programming Gun Laws #9924
A discussion of restrictions on the buying and carrying of handguns. Guests: Dr. Joe Casey, Kentucky Chapter for Handgun Control; Price Foster, a criminologist and professor of justice administration at the University of Louisville; Scott Kappas, a lawyer and author of The Traveler's Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States; and Craig Palmer, Kentucky Coalition To Carry Concealed. (7/5/99)

Kentucky Programming The Ten Commandments #9925
Bill Goodman hosts a discussion of whether the Ten Commandments should be posted in schools. Guests: Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches; Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; Rev. Meredith Trabue, Metropolitan African Americans for Morality and Justice; and Jeffrey Vessels, executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky. (7/12/99)

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Medicare #9926
Panelists discuss prescription drug coverage for the elderly and how to ensure the long-term solvency of Medicare. Guests: Rand Paul, a Bowling Green ophthalmologist and chair of Kentucky Taxpayers United; Joseph Fink, a professor of pharmacy at the University of Kentucky; Douglas Scutchfield, director of the UK Center of Health Services Management and Research; and Laurel True, American Association for Retired Persons. (7/19/99)

Kentucky Programming Doctors' Unions #9927
Should physicians be allowed to form labor unions? Panelists debate the possible effects on health care costs and patient care. Guests: Dr. Jim Bean, a Lexington neurosurgeon; Carrie Donald, director of the University of Louisville Labor-Management Center; Dr. Bob Goodin, a Louisville cardiologist and senior AMA delegate; and D. Patton Pelfrey, a Louisville labor and employment lawyer. (7/26/99)

Kentucky Programming Gay Laws #9928
Panelists discuss legislation to prevent discrimination against gays and lesbians. Guests: Carolyn Bratt, a University of Kentucky law professor; Sandy Canon, National Conference for Community and Justice, Bluegrass Region; Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky; and Gayle Slaughter, a Lexington attorney. (8/2/99)

Kentucky Programming Embryo Research #9929
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of the use of human embryos in medical research. Guests: Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Dr. Robert Sexton, a Louisville neurosurgeon and chair of the Jefferson County Medical Society's Ethics Committee; James Thobaben, an ethics professor at Asbury Theological Seminary; and Panos Zavos, a University of Kentucky professor. (8/16/99)

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Tax Cuts #9930
A discussion of the potential effects of a tax cut bill under consideration in Congress. Guests: Ron Crouch, director of the Kentucky State Data Center; Tom Osborne, vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Rand Paul, chairman of Kentucky Taxpayers United; and Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky. (8/23/99)

Kentucky Programming School Drug Testing #9931
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of privacy issues raised by drug testing of students and school employees. Guests: Richard Blondell, addiction medicine specialist at the University of Louisville School of Medicine; Allison Connelly, University of Kentucky law professor; Fred Mariani, Dayton Independent Schools; and Johnnie Turner, Harlan County School Board attorney. (8/30/99)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Collective Bargaining for Public Employees #9932 [TV-None]
Panelists debate allowing teachers and other government employees to unionize. Guests: Judith Gambill, president of the Kentucky Education Association; Sylvia Lovely, executive director and CEO of the Kentucky League of Cities; Libby Marshall, director of governmental relations for the Kentucky School Boards Association; and Chris Sanders, secretary/treasurer of the Kentucky AFL-CIO. (9/6/99)

Kentucky Programming Confiscated Weapons #9933
Should police be required to sell or to destroy seized guns? Guests: Rick Burkhardt, chief of police of Indian Hills in Jefferson County and past president of the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police; Scott Kappas, a lawyer and author of The Traveler's Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States; Craig Palmer, Kentucky Coalition To Carry Concealed; and Dave Stengel, Jefferson County commonwealth's attorney. (9/13/99)

Kentucky Programming Pay Equity #9934
Panelists debate the possible effects of a law banning wage discrimination against women and minorities. Guests: Florence Huffman, chair of Kentucky Women Advocates; Tonia Neal, director of government affairs for the Association of Builders and Contractors; Beverly Watts, executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights; and Kym Wellons, an attorney with Stoll Keenon & Park. (9/20/99)

Kentucky Programming U.S. Foreign Policy #9935
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of U.S. policy in international conflicts such as that in East Timor. Guests: Kristin Broderick, assistant professor of political science at Georgetown College; Robert Compton, assistant professor of government at Western Kentucky University; Clinton Hewan, associate professor and program coordinator for political science at Northern Kentucky University; and John Stempel, director and professor of international studies at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky. (9/27/99)

Kentucky Programming The Tobacco Settlement #9936
How should Kentucky spend its share of the proceeds from the tobacco settlement fund? Guests: John Berry, a member of the Governor's Commission on Family Farms and a former state legislator; Lynn Carol Birgmann, executive director of Kentucky Action, the Alliance To Control Tobacco in Our Neighborhoods; Rod Kuegel, a Daviess County tobacco farmer and president of the Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association; and Sam Moore, a grain and livestock farmer from Butler County and president of the Kentucky Farm Bureau. (10/4/99)

Kentucky Programming HIV Reporting #9937
Panelists debate whether doctors should be required to report the names of HIV-positive patients to state health authorities. Guests: Deborah Acker, president of the Kentucky Health Department Association; Dr. Karen Krigger, assistant professor at the University of Louisville School of Medicine; Barry Norris, a member of the General Assembly's Task Force on HIV/AIDS Prevention, Services, and Financing; and Jeffrey Vessels, executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky. (10/11/99)

Closed CaptionedKentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! County Merger #9938 [TV-None]
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether Kentucky should consolidate some of its 120 counties. Guests: Darrell BeShears, Pulaski County judge executive; Buzz Carloftis, Rockcastle County judge executive; Ron Crouch, director of the Kentucky State Data Center; and Bill Dakan, professor of geography and geosciences at the University of Louisville. (10/18/99)

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The 1999 Election #9939
State political party leaders discuss the issues in the 1999 gubernatorial race. Guests: Nicki Patton, chair of the Democratic Party of Kentucky; John Longmire, chair of the Reform Party of Kentucky; Dr. Maggie Sparks, chair of the Natural Law Party of Kentucky; and Ellen Williams, chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky. (11/1/99)

Kentucky Programming Creationism and Evolution #9940
A debate on whether creationism and evolution should be taught in public schools. Guests: Johanna Bos, professor of Old Testament at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and James Krupa, assistant professor of biology at the University of Kentucky. (11/8/99)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Shakertown Roundtable Special #9941 [TV-None]
Young Kentucky leaders participating in the 1999 Shakertown Roundtable talk about how they would address the state's education problems. Guests: Stephen Clements, an assistant professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation; Karen Cunningham, mayor of Madisonville; Rana Johnson, an assistant director of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education; and Stuart Shepherd, a history teacher at McCreary Central High School. (11/15/99)

Kentucky Programming Capital Punishment #9942
Bill Goodman moderates a discussion of whether Kentucky should abolish the death penalty. Guests: Tom Handy, commonwealth's attorney for Knox and Laurel counties; Ernie Lewis, public advocate for the state of Kentucky; Jo Ann Phillips, executive director of Kentuckians' Voice for Crime Victims; and Carl Wedekind, campaign director for Abolition 2000. (11/22/99)

Closed CaptionedKentucky Programming Casino-Style Gambling #9943 [TV-None]
A debate over expanding gambling in Kentucky. Guests: Senate Majority Floor Leader Dan Kelly, R-Springfield; Rep. Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg; Jim Squires, former racing commission member and Owner of Two Bucks Farm in Woodford County; and Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches and moderator for CAGE (Citizens Against Gambling Expansion). (11/29/99)

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