A visit to the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County; Cave Hill Vineyard & Winery is Kentucky Proud and part of the Kentucky Wine Trail in Pulaski Count; and musician Kory Caudill is a piano prodigy.
Led by founder and music director Everett McCorvey, the American Spiritual Ensemble performs "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho," "This Little Light of Mine," "Balm of Gilead," and other gospel songs at First Presbyterian Church in Lexington, Kentucky.
The author of such bestsellers as "Parliament of Whores" and "Give War a Chance" discusses his latest book, "How The Hell Did This Happen?" about the 2016 presidential election. He is interviewed by Robert Siegel, senior host of NPR's All Things Considered.
A Chinese first-time mother faces an unexpected crisis, whilst new legislation and Sister Ursula cause serious problems for Shelagh and Dr. Turner.
Boyce General Store has been serving up great food and excellent pie since 1869 in Warren County; Doug learns about Kentucky's first cider brewery at Pivot Brewing in Lexington; Owensboro's Western Kentucky Botanical Garden is a beautiful spot for the whole community to enjoy; and Monkeys Eyebrow native Kelsey Waldon is taking her music to Nashville and a nationwide tour.
Buzzfeed's Isaac Fitzgerald interviews Colson Whitehead on his book, "The Underground Railroad," chronicling a young slave's desperate bid for freedom, and a heroine's flight that serves as a powerful meditation on both history and the present day. April 10: Whitehead won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for "The Underground Railroad"
Barbara Kingsolver, known for best-sellers including "The Poisonwood Bible" and "Prodigal Summer," was among the inductees into the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame this year. Also inducted: Gayl Jones of Lexington and the late Irvin S. Cobb, Joseph Seamon Cotter Sr. and A.B. Guthrie Jr. The program includes Kingsolver's acceptance speech and readings by Nikky Finney, James Goode, Frank X Walker and Manuel Gonzales.