Margaret: The Rebel Princess
Learn how Princess Margaret’s life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed the western world during the 20th century, and redefined society’s image of the modern princess.
Dr. Tuckson speaks with J. Jude Thompson, president and CEO of Delta Dental of Kentucky, about the insurance company's mission to improve oral health in the commonwealth and about some recent innovations in improving dental care.
Chart-topping band Exile hits the road performing their greatest hits, step into the extraordinary at Louisville's superhero-themed restaurant SuperChefs, and explore the history of Ulysses S. Grant and his Kentucky connections and inspirations in this first of a three-part series.
In his latest Making $ense blog, PBS NewsHour's Phil Moeller answers readers' questions about health care and finance, including one from a veteran who was unknowingly enrolled in Medicare Part B and wants to end his participation and paying premiums.
We're headed to South Central Kentucky to hunt some quail for the dinner table. Then we meet up with the man that caught the world-record smallmouth bass.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee speaks with Linda Hampton, executive director of the Governor's Office of Early Childhood. They discuss a more than $10.5 million grant that Kentucky recently received to address early learning needs of the state's children. Hampton also offers advice for parents seeking a daycare that provides quality early learning curriculum.
Renee Shaw recaps the day's activities in the Kentucky General Assembly, including the House passing the Human Life Protection Act, legislation banning abortion in Kentucky should Roe v. Wade be overturned in the Supreme Court, along with amended legislation on solar energy net metering. Both measures now go to the Senate for consideration.
Comment on Kentucky
Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news in the commonwealth, including the latest on legislation making its way through the 2019 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Adam Beam from the Associated Press; Mandy McLaren from the Louisville Courier-Journal; and Lawrence Smith from WDRB in Louisville.
The fetal heartbeat bill (SB 9) advances to the House, a permitless gun carry measure is moving quickly through the legislature and so is a utility net metering bill. Except in the case of an emergency, SB 9 outlaws abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, typically around six weeks. The bill passed in the Senate and now moves to the House.