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Energy and the Environment

Kentucky Tonight

Energy and the Environment

Renee Shaw and guests discuss issues related to energy and the environment. Guests: State Rep. Jim Gooch, R-Providence, Natural Resources and Energy Committee Chair; State Rep. McKenzie Cantrell, D-Louisville, Natural Resources and Energy Committee Member; Tyler White, Kentucky Coal Association President; and Chris Woolery, Mountain Association for Community Economic Development energy specialist.

University of Louisville President Dr. Neeli Bendapudi

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University of Louisville President Dr. Neeli Bendapudi

Dr. Neeli Bendapudi, president of the University of Louisville, discusses student engagement; rebuilding confidence and trust in the institution; and U of L being a place to learn, work, and invest.

News of the Week: September 14, 2018

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News of the Week: September 14, 2018

Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest news on political races in the commonwealth. Scheduled guests: Ryland Barton, Kentucky Public Radio; Jack Brammer, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Morgan Watkins, Louisville Courier Journal.

Dayton Still Struggling after the Great Recession

Frontline

Dayton Still Struggling after the Great Recession

Dayton, Ohio, was once a hub for innovation and industry. Then came the Great Recession and businesses shut down or moved away. Now part-time, low-wage work rather than full-time jobs with benefits has become the new normal. PBS Frontline and ProPublica go inside one American city’s struggle to recover.

The Prospect of Legal Sports Betting in Kentucky

Kentucky Tonight

The Prospect of Legal Sports Betting in Kentucky

Renee Shaw and guests discuss sports betting. Scheduled guests: Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; State Rep. John Sims, D-Flemingsburg; Stan Cave, Lexington Attorney; and State Rep. Adam Koenig, R-Erlanger, Licensing, Occupations, & Administration Regulations Committee Chair.

News of the Week: September 7, 2018

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News of the Week: September 7, 2018

Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest political developments in campaigns for state and federal offices. Scheduled guests: Phillip Bailey, Louisville Courier Journal; Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Michon Lindstrom, Spectrum News.

News of the Week: August 31, 2018

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News of the Week: August 31, 2018

Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest political buzz after Gov. Matt Bevin announced that he would run for re-election and a settlement between Jefferson Co. Public Schools and the Kentucky Dept. of Education to oversee public schools in Louisville. Scheduled guests: Adam Beam, Associated Press; Mandy McLaren, Louisville Courier-Journal; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.

Nowhere to Hide

POV

Nowhere to Hide

Nowhere to Hide follows male nurse Nori Sharif through five years of dramatic change in one of the world’s most dangerous and inaccessible areas: the “triangle of death” in central Iraq. Initially filming stories of survivors and the hope of a better future as U.S. and Coalition troops retreat from Iraq in 2011, conflicts continue with Iraqi militias and the simultaneous rise of ISIS.

Election Laws and Protecting Voting Rights

Kentucky Tonight

Election Laws and Protecting Voting Rights

Renee Shaw and guests discuss election laws and voting rights. Scheduled guests: Anne Cizmar, Eastern Kentucky University government professor; Joshua A. Douglas, University of Kentucky law professor; Bruce Hicks, University of the Cumberlands history and political science professor; and Paul E. Salamanca, University of Kentucky law professor.

A Conversation with John McCain

Great Conversations:

A Conversation with John McCain

Arizona Senator and decorated Vietnam veteran John McCain built a reputation for independence by championing causes he strongly believed in, regardless of popular opinion. In this 2006 Kentucky Author Forum program, the senator is interviewed about his book, Character Is Destiny, by [then] National Public Radio host Robert Siegel. A KET production.