In 1925, Mrs. Mary Carson Breckinridge led a team of spirited women to Leslie County, Kentucky and established a demonstration of providing unprecedented healthcare to rural Appalachia. Together, they improved the maternal and infant mortality rates, losing just two maternal patients over a span of 12 years.
After more than three decades in the newspaper industry, Rufus Friday talks about his new role as executive director of The Hope Center, Inc. and One Parent Scholar House, which provides comprehensive services to the homeless and those at risk. Friday is a former president and publisher of the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Renee Shaw talks with filmmaker Sarah Burns about her new documentary MUHAMMAD ALI, a six-year project that offers viewers a multifaceted look at Louisville's most famous son who went on to become heavyweight champion of the world as well as one of the world's most charismatic and controversial figures.
Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) get repeatedly asked, 'Where y'all really from?' Activists Charlene Buckles and Dan Wu talk about a new podcast that tackles the question, shares the experiences of AAPI community members and aims to break through barriers to understanding.
KET remembers Olive Hill native Tom T. Hall, the Country Music Hall of Fame singer and songwriter known as "The Storyteller." Hall, who died on Aug. 19 at age 85, appeared on KET's "Kentucky Life" with Byron Crawford in 1999 for a revealing interview.