At Northern Kentucky University, Conductor Amy Gillingham's instrument is the orchestra; Ray Harm's art reveals the beauty of the fur, fins, and feathers of Kentucky's wildlife; Doug and his brother try their luck angling for large-mouth bass in Kentucky's newest lake; and elementary school student James Van Leer was the first African American to desegregate Madisonville's schools. Watch now.
Rabbit hunting with kids and dogs is hard to beat; Sauger fishing below dams is going to get better and better in the coming months; the Kentucky Fish & Wildlife Dept. doesn’t have an offseason – the winter months are some of the busiest for the state’s biologists. Watch now.
Kayaking presents all kinds of fishing opportunities, and we are on the water at Dale Hollow Lake with one of the best kayak anglers out there. Next, we go raccoon hunting with a great dog and take a look back at a piece of waterfowl hunting history. Watch now.
Learn about contemporary quilters from diverse traditions as we celebrate the important role quilts have played in our country’s story. Featuring Susan Hudson, Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Michael A. Cummings, Judith Content, the International Quilt Museum, and special guest Ken Burns. Watch now.
How do you study an animal you can't even get close to? Camera traps and drones are revolutionizing wildlife biology by recording the secret lives of animals—from whales and tigers to elusive giant armadillos—all without disturbing them.
Renee speaks with two Kentucky fashion designers who are promoting inclusivity in fashion. Frankie Lewis, a former contestant on season 17 of Project Runway, talks about her new fashion line, Frankie Lew, built on the ethos of body positivity. Next, RaeShanda Johnson, a stylist and the owner of the Louisville boutique All is Fair in Love and Fashion, advocates for diversity on the runway and uses fashion to help others.
Descendants of Kentucky’s governors and lieutenant governors keep the history alive in the Shelby Society; find out why our politicians still swear oaths promising they haven’t dueled; the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have local roots and a worldwide reach; and our original host Byron Crawford tells a holiday fireside story.