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News of the Week: July 21, 2017

Comment on Kentucky

News of the Week: July 21, 2017

Bill Bryant and guest journalists discuss the week's news from the commonwealth. Scheduled guests: Ryland Barton from Kentucky Public Radio; Ronnie Ellis from CNHI News Service; and Allison Ross from the Louisville Courier-Journal.

One Month Until the Solar Eclipse

Star Gazers

One Month Until the Solar Eclipse

Get your eclipse glasses and pinhole cameras ready. Here's what you should know about the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse.

Rare: Creatures of the Photo Ark Ep. 1

Rare - Creatures of the Photo Ark

Rare: Creatures of the Photo Ark Ep. 1

Discover the diversity, beauty, and value of animal species at risk of extinction. Travel the globe with renowned photographer and Photo Ark founder Joel Sartore in his quest to save them. Sartore travels to Madagascar and the Florida Keys to photograph endangered animals.

Nature’s Great Race: Caribou

Nature's Great Race

Nature’s Great Race: Caribou

A hundred thousand caribou must face hungry bears and wolves, deadly frozen rivers and rugged mountains as they undertake the world's longest land migration - 3,000 miles through the frozen Arctic wilderness of Canada and Alaska.

Big Pacific: Behind the Scenes

Big Pacific

Big Pacific: Behind the Scenes

Follow the adventures of the filmmakers of Big Pacific. This special captures the highlights and challenges of wildlife filmmaking.

The Tunnel: Sabotage Episode 5

The Tunnel

The Tunnel: Sabotage Episode 5

Elise struggles to face her past, while an unexpected revelation threatens to turn Karl's life upside down. Rosa reveals a vital clue about Defence. Is Robert's number finally up?

Remember Me: Ep. 1

Remember Me

Remember Me: Ep. 1

Tom Parfitt's scheme to enter assisted living works and a social worker falls to her death. Traumatized, Tom is taken to hospital. Inexplicably, the folk song "Scarborough Fair" angers and agitates him. A ghost haunts Hannah's dreams.

Discussing Trends in State and National Politics

Kentucky Tonight

Discussing Trends in State and National Politics

Renee Shaw and her guests discuss national and state politics. Scheduled guests: Trey Grayson, a Republican, former Kentucky Secretary of State and former director of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University; Jonathan Miller, a Democrat and former Kentucky State Treasurer; Mike Ward, campaign consultant and former Democratic member of the Kentucky House of Representatives and the U.S. House of Representatives; and Steve Robertson, political consultant and former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky.

Louisville Artist Julius Friedman Dies at 74

Kentucky Muse

Louisville Artist Julius Friedman Dies at 74

Friedman was an internationally renowned artist, producing a massive body of work that ranges from innovative corporate designs to stunningly beautiful fine art pieces, sometimes blurring the line between the two.