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Winery Visit; Primate Rescue; Pianist Kory Caudill

We visit Cave Hill Vineyard & Winery in Pulaski County, learn more about the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County, and meet musician Kory Caudill, a piano prodigy.
Season 22 Episode 14 Length 24:30 Premiere: 04/24/17

Primate Rescue Center, Cave Hill Winery, and Musical Prodigy Kory Caudill!

Cave Hill Vineyard and Winery is part of the Kentucky Wine Trail in Pulaski County. Explore the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County. Musician Kory Caudill is a piano prodigy.
 

 

Cave Hill Winery & Vineyard
Bill and Debbie Patterson grow and press their own grapes and make their own wines in Eubank. The Pulaski County winery is part of the Kentucky Wine Trail.

“When we bought this place it was a cow pasture,” Bill Patterson says. “So we decided, we’ll put a few grapevines in. And I had never made any wine.”

The first vines were planted in 2005 and the majority of the vines were planted the next year, for a total of 1,400 vines on 2 and a half acres.

It was a learning experience. “I actually had little to no agricultural background,” Patterson explained. “I’m an IT guy. I’ve been in IT for over 25 years. I still am. This place is my semi-retirement.”

The Pattersons went to Patsy Wilson for help. She’s a viticulturist with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Wilson works directly with grape growers in the state, from planting the vineyard to selling the end product.

Kentucky has a long history of winemaking, and was the home of the first vineyard in the United States, in Jessamine County, Patterson said. “Thomas Jefferson first came to Kentucky and said the hills looked like the hills of France,” he added.

Before Prohibition, Kentucky was first in the nation in wine production. “Then California stole it away from us. Who knows if they’ll keep it or not?” he said.

Wilson said Kentucky has a continental climate. “We’re not surrounded by a large body of water, so we can have massive fluctuation in temperatures, which we do see in the winter and in the spring. But something unique to our area also is that we have really long growing seasons, so we can ripen almost any kind of grape, which in some other areas might be difficult to do.”

Patterson and his wife chose their grapes based on how they would hold up in harsh winters and the type of wine the grapes will make. “We will also take some of those different varieties and blend them,” he said.
Cave Hill won awards in the Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition in 2016: a gold medal for Chambourcin Reserve and bronze medals for Norton Reserve and Traminette.

Wilson said Kentucky has 65 wineries and 200 grape producers. “Really, we don’t have enough grapes growing in the state for the wineries,” she said. “And so that’s where agritourism plays a really big role in the success of our wineries here in the state.”

Patterson said Cave Hill has hosted weddings, family reunions, birthday parties, and other events.
He said he will be overjoyed when people across the country realize how much quality wine is being produced in Kentucky. “Sooner or later they will, because the wine that’s going to be out there on the market is going to blow some of the others away,” he said.

Primate Rescue Center
For 30 years, the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County has been a sanctuary for monkeys and apes in need of homes. More than 50 monkeys and apes now live here.

Eileen Dunningham, assistant executive director, said the center has chimpanzees and a variety of monkeys, mostly macaques. “All of them are rescued from the pet trade or biomedical research,” she explained.

People get monkeys as pets, but they are not prepared for life with an adult monkey. “There’s no doubt that baby monkeys are adorable,” Dunningham said. “And wouldn’t we all want to snuggle with one? But in order to be a pet monkey, they have to be stolen from their mothers. Usually after that baby monkey is purchased, a few years later when they grow up, they get more curious, more aggressive, or even just more destructive. That’s when we usually get the call.”

The primate center can be a loud place. Most monkeys are territorial, and they express that through different means. “Our gibbon has a very loud vocalization when she wants to mark her territory. The chimps do more displaying behaviors, they’ll bang and they’ll jump and they’ll kind of call out like that,” according to Dunningham.

She answered several frequently asked questions:

  • People often ask why the rescued animals are living in a special center instead of being released back into the wild. “We are unable to introduce captive-born primates back into the wild, for a variety of reasons,” Dunningham said. “The wild is dwindling itself, so the space to do that is very limited. And also, they’ve been exposed to human diseases. So they could actually bring harmful diseases to wild populations and decimate wild populations. And the other reason is that they don’t have the skills to survive on their own.”
  • Do the tropical animals get cold? All the indoor areas are heated, and in the summer they bring out fans to cool them off.
  • Do all of the animals eat different food? “They do. We are very focused on nutrition here. One of the main problems in captivity is diabetes. A lot of our store-bought fruits and vegetables have a much higher sugar content than wild fruits and vegetables that they would come in contact with. So even feeding a fruit and vegetable diet can lead to diabetes if you’re not paying attention to the amount.”

The center focuses on providing appropriate companions to its primates, and sometimes animals not of the same species are paired up. “They’re very social. They want to be around other primates. They want to groom, they want to nap in the sun together. Some of them even embrace each other they’re so in love. And so we find it’s really important for them to be together,” says Dunningham.

There’s no procreation going on, however. All the males have had vasectomies. “In the sanctuary setting, there are plenty more primates out there to be rescued that we don’t need to add to those numbers.”

The primates stay active and have freedom of movement within their enclosures. The nine chimpanzees have an outdoor and indoor enclosure. “They get to choose where they want to be throughout the day,” she said.
“Many people are surprised by how big the chimps are,” Dunningham said. “In entertainment, they’re babies. … [Adults] can reach up to 150 pounds. Our alpha male is 150 pounds. That’s pure muscle.”

The Primate Rescue Center is not open to the public, in order to protect the animals. “It’s important for them to no longer be subjected to the stresses that they were before arriving here,” she said.

However, the Primate Rescue Center posts pictures on Facebook and Instagram, and maintains a website, https://www.primaterescue.org/, where videos and pictures are posted.

Kory Caudill
Three-time Grammy nominee Kory Caudill, a Prestonsburg native, is one of the most popular piano and keyboard musicians in the country. His style has roots in gospel, country, and bluegrass, with classical and jazz influence.

Caudill said he has a hard time defining himself under a certain category. “I would like to consider myself a pianist who is a recording artist,” he said.

Caudill credits his upbringing in Floyd County with fostering his musical interests and talents. “There’s no doubt in my mind that I would be a completely different musician, or not a musician at all, if I hadn’t grown up in Eastern Kentucky.”

Craig Campbell, his manager, said the area has always been a hotbed of musical talent. Caudill’s father, who plays by ear, worked with the Kentucky Opry at the Mountain Arts Center. Caudill’s mother was a music teacher.
A formative moment came when Kory was 4 years old. The family was watching a Superman movie on TV and when Kory heard the theme song, he went to the piano and put his fingers on the keys. His parents saw a teaching opportunity, and showed him what to do. “His eyes just lit up, and he would just keep doing that,” his mother, Kathi Caudill recalled.

Caudill remembers that moment. “I always remember having a thought, well shoot, that’s what this thing is for,” Korey recalled, gesturing to a piano beside him. “And I’ve been drawn to the piano ever since.” His mother said he played the Superman theme song in public when he was 4 years old.

His classical music training started at Belmont University in Nashville. “I remember when I moved to Nashville, I was terrified of what I would run into. Because the musicians that I grew up around were so good, and I remember thinking, gosh, if they’re that good, there’s no way I’m going to be able to hang when I get to Nashville. And I got to Nashville and I realized how fortunate I was because the area is so culturally and musically rich.”

Campbell said Caudill is one of the most creative people he’s met. “He can go from playing something completely original bluegrass and then one of the most beautiful classical pieces of music you’ve ever heard.”

Caudill said he approaches music by drawing from his favorite parts of the music of his favorite artists.
“I’m fortunate because I can’t really think of a lot of folks who consider themselves concert piano players who draw from bluegrass and country music roots,” he said. “My college roommate, who was a piano major with me, joked that I could make a Beethoven piece sound twangy.”

His 2015 debut album, “Tree of Life,” was nominated for a Grammy for Best Engineered Album and Best Contemporary Instrumental Album. His “Waltz of Life” from the album was nominated for Best Instrumental Composition.

Caudill wants to connect with people from the stage. “So most of what I do in the recording side of things is about how do I make something that is worthy of taking in front of people live,” he said. Caudill said no one ever tried to discourage him from pursuing music as a career. “As a musician I feel like I’m owed nothing from listeners or from audiences. I feel like we are in a service industry,” he said.

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S22 E20 Length 27:12 Premiere Date 06/24/17

Beverly Hills Supper Club; Valhalla Golf Course; Lynch

S22 E19 Length 27:15 Premiere Date 05/27/17

Devou Park; Big South Fork; Racehorse Lexington

S22 E18 Length 26:41 Premiere Date 05/20/17

Midwives; Sports Radio; Rowan Co. Broadcasters

S22 E17 Length 27:18 Premiere Date 05/13/17

Audubon SP; Taylorsville; Constitution Square; Joe Downing

S22 E16 Length 27:47 Premiere Date 05/09/17

Miniature Horse; Farm Machinery; Kentucky's Anniversary

S22 E15 Length 26:43 Premiere Date 05/02/17

Winery Visit; Primate Rescue; Pianist Kory Caudill

S22 E14 Length 24:30 Premiere Date 04/24/17

Breweries; a Botanical Garden; Singer Kelsey Waldon

S22 E13 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 04/17/17

Songwriting; Comic-Con; Bloodhounds

S22 E12 Length 27:03 Premiere Date 04/10/17

Louisville Zoo-Part Three, Old Postcards; Kentucky Wesleyan

S22 E11 Length 27:42 Premiere Date 02/25/17

Louisville Zoo-Part Two; Carter G. Woodson Center; Hickman

S22 E10 Length 27:50 Premiere Date 02/18/17

Louisville Zoo-Part One; Charles Young; Rosine

S22 E9 Length 28:33 Premiere Date 02/11/17

Alpacas; Rock Climbing; Kentucky By Design

S22 E8 Length 26:55 Premiere Date 02/04/17

Botherum House; Baker-Bird Winery; Minnie Adkins

S22 E7 Length 26:41 Premiere Date 11/19/16

Good Works in Kentucky

S22 E6 Length 26:08 Premiere Date 11/12/16

Celebrating Kentucky Veterans

S22 E5 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 11/05/16

Sculpture Park; Red Bird Mission; Hilltoppers Preview

S22 E4 Length 25:18 Premiere Date 10/22/16

KY Life Theme Song; Glema Mahr Center; Indigenous Life in KY

S22 E3 Length 25:24 Premiere Date 10/15/16

Maysville; Ceramics; Walt’s Hitching Post; Columbus Belmont

S22 E2 Length 28:31 Premiere Date 10/08/16

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New Theme Song - Kentucky Bound; Glema Mahr Center for the Arts; Fort Ancient Native Americans

Premiered On: 10/15/2016

Go into the recording studio with Doug Flynn and songwriter Greg Austin as "Kentucky Life" debuts its new theme song "Kentucky Bound", the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville showcases regionally and nationally known performers, and learn more about Native American life in northern Kentucky prior to Columbus.

  • Thursday October 27, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Josephine Sculpture Park; Red Bird Mission; The Hilltoppers

Premiered On: 10/22/2016

Art meets the earth at Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort, Red Bird Mission has been a force for good in southeastern Kentucky since 1921, and fans of the musical group The Hilltoppers will enjoy this sneak peek from "Kentucky Muse", debuting in October 2016.

  • Friday October 28, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Mountain Mushroom Festival; Spoonbread; Robert Penn Warren

Premiered On: 04/13/2019

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.

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Flag Retirement; Willa Brown Chappell; Saddlemaker Pete Harry; EKU Veterans

Premiered On: 11/05/2016

This Veterans Day program looks at U.S. flags respectfully laid to rest by the Jeffersontown American Legion in one of the nation's largest flag retirement ceremonies; Willa Brown Chappell of Glasgow broke barriers as an African-American female pilot who trained Tuskegee Airmen; a veteran of Vietnam demonstrates his saddle-making skills in Christian County; and Doug visits Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond to discover why this university is one of the top destinations for veterans.

  • Monday October 31, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Young at Heart Big Band; Maple Ridge Soaps; The Savage Radley

Premiered On: 04/06/2019

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.

  • Saturday October 22, 2022 8:00 pm ET on KET
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Missionaries of Charity; Grace Cafe; KSNPC Volunteers; Misfit Island

Premiered On: 11/12/2016

This program looks at those who do good work. As Mother Teresa becomes Saint Teresa, "Kentucky Life" visits her Missionaries of Charity chapter in Jenkins; Danville's Grace Cafe is a pay-what-you-can community restaurant committed to providing locally-sourced, nutritious food to residents; volunteers keep Kentucky's State Nature Preserves in fine form; and Misfit Island Wildlife Rescue Center cares for hundreds of animals in Henderson.

  • Tuesday November 1, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Baker-Bird Winery; Botherum House; Minnie Adkins

Premiered On: 11/19/2016

Baker-Bird Winery in Augusta lays claim to the glory days of a historic Northern Kentucky winery, garden designer Jon Carloftis and Dale Fisher share the history and beauty of their restored 19th century home in downtown Lexington, and "Kentucky Life" revisits with famed folk artist Minnie Adkins.

  • Wednesday November 2, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Eagle Bend Alpacas; Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure; Kentucky By Design

Premiered On: 02/04/2017

Eagle Bend Alpacas is home to 150 alpacas in Boone County, Torrent Falls Climbing Adventure in Campton brings European climbing techniques to the Red River Gorge, and Kentucky By Design explores our state's arts and craft contributions to The Index of American Design.

  • Thursday November 3, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Louisville Zoo - Part 1; Col. Charles Young; Rosine

Premiered On: 02/11/2017

In the first of a three-part series, Doug visits the Louisville Zoo; a profile of accomplished African-American Col. Charles Young; and Rosine, Kentucky is the home of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe and the Rosine Barn Jamboree.

  • Friday November 4, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Clogging; Ebonite Bowling Balls; Rough River Dam State Park; Forest Giants

Premiered On: 04/20/2019

Kentucky's state dance is alive and well in Owensboro at the Lanham Brothers Jamboree; Hopkinsville is home to the nation's largest producer of bowling balls, at Ebonite International; the Falls of Rough and Rough River Dam are a vacationer's paradise; a Danish artist brings Forest Giants to the giant forest at Bernheim in Bullitt & Nelson counties.

  • Saturday November 5, 2022 8:00 pm ET on KET
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Sparta Speedway; The Blue Raven Restaurant & Pub; Life Adventure Center; 'Wild Bill' Gordon - S21 E6

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The Lee Initiative; Candleberry Candles; Daniel Goff - S24 E7

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Haunted Louisville - Part 2; Doe-Anderson; Merle Travis; Justin Roberts - Walk the Willow - S21 E5

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PhbeaD; Doug's Baseball Highlights; Luthier Neil Kendrick - S21 E16

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Joe Bowen; Mammoth Bones; Banana Festival - S24 E8

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Martin's Fork; Dragon Boat Races; Tewes Poultry Farm - S21 E4

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The War of 1812 - S21 E3

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Dancing Well; Purple Toad Winery; Paradise Point - S24 E6

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Today's Special - Dixie Chili and Diner; Coal Camps; Our Town - Columbia; Josh Samples - S20 E19

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Ken Grayson's Horse Memorabilia; Triple Crown Hopefuls - Old Friends; Gallopalooza - S21 E15

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Princess Alice Gurielli & Dimitrie Berea; Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Intl. Airport; Todd Co. Marker; Lighthouse Landing - S20 E18

  • Friday September 23, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Derby-Themed Program - S20 E16

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Outdoors-Themed Program - S20 E15

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Heartbeats; Central Auto; Judy Drive-In - S24 E5

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Kentucky Mainstreet; Our Town-Booneville; Conrad-Caldwell House Museum; Historical Marker; Maysville's Gateway Museum Center - S20 E14

  • Monday September 19, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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The Crittenden Watch; Minor E Clark Fish Hatchery; Home Cafe & Marketplace; Elwyn Berlekamp - S21 E14

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Downtown Paducah; Today's Special - Peak Bros. Bar-B-Que; Aaron Kizer; Warren Co. Marker; The Historic Railpark and Trail Museum - S20 E13

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Eastern Kentucky PRIDE - S20 E12

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Our Town-Bellevue; Chandler's-Today's Special; Susan & George Miller; St. Claire Medical Center; Sister Jeanne Francis Cleves - S20 E11

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Hotel Metropolitan; Cabin Creek Covered Bridge Marker; Emerald Ash Borer; Our Town - Hazard - S20 E10

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eKAMI; Schneider's Candies; Barber Legacy - S24 E4

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Old Airdrie; Himlerville; Sherman Cahal; Louisville Historic House - S20 E9

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Weavers Bottom Craft Studio; Luthiers - Bryan England; David Stephenson - S21 E13

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"Sultana" Disaster; General Lloyd Tilghman Marker; Louisville's Mega Cavern; Kentucky Ingrained LLC - S20 E8

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Jerry Bransford; Dr. Thomas Walker Markers; Eugene McMahan & Sons Furniture; Harper's Country Hams - S20 E7

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Painter Steve White; Downtown Paris; The Potter's Inn Bed and Breakfast; 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry - S20 E6

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Veterans Day Program - S20 E5

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Makerspaces; Spinal Cord Injury; Frank Duveneck; Duncan Hines - S24 E3

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Hitcents Park Plaza; The Kentucky Tragedy; Morehead State University; White Nose Syndrome - S20 E4

  • Monday September 5, 2022 3:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Mammoth Cave; Vaulting at Life Adventure Center; The Parklands of Floyds Fork - S21 E12

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Hosts

Our Current Host, Doug Flynn

Doug Flynn, former Major League Baseball player and current Cincinnati Reds broadcaster, began as the host of Kentucky Life in the 21st season.

During an 11-year MLB career, Flynn won two world championships with the Reds and a Gold Glove award at second base for the New York Mets.

Doug was born and raised in Lexington and is involved with numerous civic and charitable organizations, including Hope for the Warriors and the American Association for the Prevention of Substance Abuse in Athletics. He is a graduate of Somerset Community College, and a member of the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame.

Dave Shuffett, Host for Seasons 6 – 20

As host of Kentucky Life from 1999 to 2015, Dave Shuffett received nine Emmy nominations for on-camera performance and producing.

Shuffett is a native of Greensburg and a graduate of Murray State University. From 1989 to 1995, he served as both host and producer of Kentucky Afield.

Dave joined Kentucky Life for the series’ sixth season, replacing former host Byron Crawford. Shuffett was always accompanied by one of his dogs and they frequently appeared as “co-hosts.”

Dave lives in rural Central Kentucky and is the author of “My Kentucky Life,” a collection of his photos and stories of people and places throughout the state.

Byron Crawford, Host for Seasons 1 – 5

Kentucky native Byron Crawford hosted the program from its debut in September 1995 through the summer of 1999.

He studied speech and broadcasting at Murray State University, then worked as a radio and television news reporter in Cincinnati and Louisville before beginning a newspaper career.

Byron wrote his “Kentucky Column” for the (Louisville) Courier-Journal from 1979 until 2008. Today he writes the back page column for Kentucky Living magazine.

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