Meet a Grayson County artist and outdoorsman who was a friend of Hall of Fame archer Fred Bear (1902-1998), known as the father of bowhunting. Learn how popular species of fish maintain a healthy population. Host Chad Miles celebrates Father's Day with his father and son.
Do you want to learn to hunt? Field to Fork, a program from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, will help you get started. Also, Chad Miles visits one of the largest gatherings of kayakers in the country, then goes to Cedar Creek Lake with a Kentucky-based lure maker.
For over 150 years, Mammoth Cave National Park has drawn visitors from around the world to witness its natural wonders. The human story of the largest known cave in the world is just as rich. From the beginning, African-Americans were instrumental in making discoveries and in promoting the cave as a tourist destination.
History comes alive through an examination with host Barry Bernson of the artifacts around us. Included are modern Kentucky icons: Bill Monroe's mandolin, Harland Sanders' original pressure cooker, and an Adolph Rupp model basketball. The objects span the course of time from 1000 A.D. to 2013, from a stone axe to a space satellite.
International Service 101
Professor Mike LeVan and a team of Transylvania University students spend their winter break in Guatemala, helping to build a home for a family in collaboration with Catalyst Resources International. Former Kentuckians Fontaine and Paula Greene founded the Catalyst missionary program, which seeks to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Guatemala.
Kentucky Bourbon Tales: Distilling the Family Business
Meet the colorful characters who craft Kentucky’s signature spirit and explore the science and art behind the bourbon-making process.