Ken Burns and Lynn Novick tell the epic story of the war as it's never before been told on film. The 10-part series features testimony from nearly 80 witnesses, American and Vietnamese, bringing the war and its chaotic epoch viscerally to life. Watch Now.
On opening day of the 2017 rabbit season, Chad joined Leroy and Edwin in Madison County to run some dogs. We're also headed to Western Kentucky to join UTK as they trap beavers, and save the community a ton of money. Then last but not least we are fly fishing one of the nation's most unique streams, Hatchery Creek!
Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest on a conflict between Gov. Matt Bevin and many House Republicans over whether a special session should be called to address public pensions. Scheduled guests: John Cheves from the Lexington Herald-Leader; Kevin Wheatley from Pure Politics on Spectrum News; and Deborah Yetter from the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee and her guests discuss the growth of Kentucky's disability beneficiaries over the last 35 years and the reasons for the increase. First, she speaks with Commissioner Bryan Hubbard, Department of Income Support at the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Next, Renee speaks with Dustin Pugel, research and policy associate at the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.
Renee and her guests discuss federal tax reform. Scheduled guests: John Garen, economics professor at the University of Kentucky; Jennifer Bird-Pollan, tax law professor at the University of Kentucky; Jordan Harris, founder and co-executive director of the Pegasus Institute; and Anna Baumann, research and policy associate at the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.
Comment on Kentucky
Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news from Kentucky, including political doings in Frankfort in advance of the 2018 General Assembly. Scheduled guests: Jack Brammer from the Lexington Herald-Leader; Marcus Green from WDRB-TV in Louisville; and Matt Markgraf from WKMS Public Radio in Murray.
The largest head-to-head study to date between two leading drugs to treat opioid addiction has found them roughly equivalent, an outcome that could dramatically change prescribing habits and boost the fortunes of the newer drug Vivitrol. A report from PBS NewsHour and the STAT News service.