Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World
Meet the brilliant minds throughout history, from Galileo to Edwin Hubble, responsible for creating the telescope. Today, their invention allows humanity to reach the furthest limits of seeing – 13 billion light-years out.
Young at Heart's group of octogenarians keep the classics alive by performing throughout Central Kentucky, Maple Ridge Soaps in Bracken County makes soap the natural and 2800 B.C. way, and western Kentucky's The Savage Radley sing about small-town Kentucky life.
Morels are the rockstars of mushrooms, and Irvine celebrates them at the annual Mountain Mushroom Festival; Berea's Spoonbread Festival highlights this traditional Appalachian food, and Kentucky can boast the only American author awarded both a fiction and a poetry Pulitzer Prize, to Guthrie's own Robert Penn Warren.
A uniquely Kentucky way to hunt ducks, biologists work to protect bats and fishing for white bass.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee speaks with Colene Elridge, author and owner of Be More Consulting, who discusses her first book, "Monday Morning Pep Talks" and how she's helping people to be the best versions of themselves.
How to take a deer tail and make a fishing lure, the 2019 NASP State Championship, and turkey hunting are featured.
Severe Weather: Staying Safe
Spring can be a dangerous season in Kentucky, with higher potential for tornadoes, severe storms, lightning, and flooding. Experts answer viewers' questions about severe weather and how to prepare for storm season.
Somerset rolls out the red carpet and puts their artists, musicians, and local brewery in the spotlight; the aluminum can in your fridge has a life cycle and migration you'll have to see to believe; and Brigid Kaelin brings Kentucky flair to an international audience through her Louisville roots.