You Are Not Alone
Learn about the risk factors for youth suicide, promising programs at the school level such as Sources of Strength, and things every person can do to help prevent suicides.
Renee Shaw and guests discuss mass shootings. Scheduled guests: Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, minister emerita of New Union Christian Church; Ken Pagano, NRA certified instructor and former Louisville pastor; Mark Bryant, executive director of Gun Violence Archive; and Stephen McBride, vice-president of Kentucky Concealed Carry Coalition.
You Are Not Alone
Discover what the terms trauma and toxic stress mean, how they impact children, and what schools and communities can do to mitigate the impact of these negative forces.
Walter, Marian and Laura are forced into hiding. Sir Percival is now a ghost of his former self, haunted by the possibility of his secret being revealed. Marian and Walter know they must discover it if they are to prove Sir Percival’s role in the conspiracy involving Anne and Laura.
Dr. Tuckson speaks with Dr. Sara Police, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences and associate director for Graduate Studies for the Nutritional Sciences MS-PhD Program, University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
Top chefs in Louisville mentor up-and-coming female chefs to take the lead in professional kitchens; take in the sights and smells at Frankfort's Candleberry Candles, and learn about the fascinating life of African-American Revolutionary War soldier Daniel Goff.
Fishing in colder weather, how brook trout ended up in the Red River Gorge, and quail hunting are featured.
Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the announcement of a new Democratic candidate for governor and two important rulings by the Kentucky Supreme Court. Scheduled guests: Ryland Barton, Kentucky Public Radio; Linda Blackford, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.