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.
In the season two finale, with two women in labor plus a stabbing victim, Dr. Petrides has his hands full. Louisa, Leslie, and Spiro come to the rescue. Gerry's otter is also giving birth.
Dr. Tuckson's guest is cardiologist Dr. Henry Sadlo, assistant professor, Department of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Louisville.
We're enjoying the scenery and some great bass fishing on Barren River Lake, squirrel hunting with dogs and attempting to get a kid his first squirrel, and also tagging along with KDFW biologists as they capture a whitetail fawn!
Kentucky Native Americans built mounds for planting and it grew into the Three Sisters legend; Stanford celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day; take in the scenery, the history, and the bowfishing along the Kentucky River at Blue Wing Landing; and scratchboard artist Kathy Conroy creates lifelike animal portraits in Pleasureville.
More appraisals from the 2017 Collectibles fair in Paducah. Plus, a showcase of the life and extraordinary work of renowned Kentucky artist Helen LaFrance.
Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest on a proposed special legislative session on public pensions in Frankfort. Scheduled guests: Bill Estep from the Lexington Herald-Leader; Lawrence Smith from WDRB in Louisville; and Kevin Wheatley from Spectrum News.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Lexington plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Moore talks about Surgery on Sunday, providing outpatient essential surgical services at no cost to income-eligible, uninsured or underinsured individuals. Then, Kelly Duffy talks about Bluegrass Families First (BFF), a non-profit that provides opportunities for early childhood development, adult education, and other services helping Lexington families move toward self-sufficiency. BFF supports three organizations: The Family Care Center; The Nest Center for Women, Children, and Families; and One Parent Scholar House. Mirsada Simic talks about One Parent Scholar House and its Child Development Center with a 5-star curriculum program.