Bywords

Bywords

A one-on-one interview series with noted Kentucky personalities.

All Past Episodes

John Conlee

28:43 | #134

Country singer, John Conlee, talks about his career.

Charles Savidge

28:30 | #403

Charles Savidge, banker and president of South Hopkins Coal Company. A 1985 KET production.

Jessie Wright

28:30 | #344

Jessie Wright talks about the J.B. Speed Museum in Louisville. A KET production.

Grant Turner

28:40 | #231

Announcer, Grant Turner, "the voice of the Grand Ole Opry," talks about his career. A 1981 KET production.

Wendell Ford

28:42 | #227

Former Kentucky Governor Wendell Ford discusses his time in office from 1971-1974. A 1981 KET production.

Jasper Ward

28:40 | #171

Architect Jasper Ward talks about some of the buildings he designed in Louisville. A 1980 KET production.

David Jones

28:38 | #164

An interview with David Jones, chief executive officer of Humana. A 1980 KET production.

J. David Grissom

28:33 | #404

J. David Grissom, Chairman and CEO of Citizens Fidelity Bank, discusses job shifts from blue to white collar workers. A 1985 KET production.

Dr. Don Zacharias

28:30 | #356

Dr. Don Zacharias of Western Kentucky University talks about his perspective of educational issues. A 1985 KET production.

Dr. Leon Boothe

28:32 | #355

Dr. Leon Boothe, president of Northern Kentucky University (NKU), talks about his administration of NKU and issues in higher education. A 1985 KET production.

Raymond Burse

28:01 | #346

Raymond Burse talks about his presidency at Kentucky State University (KSU). A 1985 KET production.

Donald Webb, Dudley Webb

28:32 | #303

Developers Donald Webb and Dudley Webb talk about the Webb company's building and design in Lexington. A 1981 KET production.

Bob Sexton

28:30 | #302

Dr. Robert Sexton, executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, talks about the issues in higher education. A 1981 KET production.

Stanley K. Frayer, Eva Bakey Watson

28:42 | #247

Dr. Frager and Eva Bakey Watson talk about living with cancer. A 1981 KET production.

Elbert Burcham, Tom Cooley, Paul Westpheling

28:42 | #246

Tom Cooley, Paul Westpheling, and Elbert Burcham talk about Hickman river port. A 1981 KET production.

Charles "Porky" Nichols

28:40 | #236

Charles "Porky" Nichols, Russell auctioneer, talks about the auction trade. A 1981 KET production.

James Lyon Sr.

28:41 | #235

Judge James Lyon, district Judge in 20th district, talks about the Kentucky Judiciary system. A 1981 KET production.

Juliette Bryson

28:30 | #234

Juliette Bryson, Head Librarian of the Ashland Public Library, talks about the progress of the library over the years. A 1981 KET production.

George H. Wolfford

28:36 | #233

George H. Wolfford, Lifestyle editor of the Ashland Daily Independent, talks about life and history of eastern Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Lawrence Wetherby

28:38 | #192

Former Kentucky Governor Lawrence Wetherby discusses his time in office from 1950/1955. A 1981 KET production.

Sonny Osborne

29:03 | #229

Bluegrass musician, Sonny Osborne, talks about his recording career. A 1981 KET production.

Skeeter Davis

29:39 | #228

Country musician, Skeeter Davis, talks about her life and singing career. A 1981 KET production.

Gloria Smiley

28:40 | #224

Gloria Smiley, first black principal of an "all white school" in Kentucky, talks about her career and education. A 1981 KET production.

Bernard Minnis

28:30 | #223

Bernard Minnis, black educator and artist, talks about his career. A 1981 KET production.

Raymond Burse

28:41 | #222

Raymond Burse, Louisville attorney at Wyatt, Terrant, and Combes, discusses his active career. A 1981 KET production.

Walter Lee Cornelison

28:41 | #219

Walter Lee Cornelison, owner Bybee Pottery, talks about the history of the family pottery business. A 1981 KET production.

William McLure

28:50 | #218

Traditional craftsman, William McLure, discusses his work. A 1981 KET production.

Walter Hyleck

28:38 | #217

Walter Hyleck, associate professor of art and ceramics program at Berea College, talks about his pottery. A 1981 KET production.

Dr. George Masannat (Part 2)

28:30 | #214

Dr. George Masannat, Head of the government department of Western Kentucky University, talks about Middle East Politics. A 1981 KET production.

Dr. George Masannat (Part 1)

28:30 | #213

Dr. George Masannat, Head of the government department of Western Kentucky University, talks about Middle East Politics. A 1981 KET production.

Coyote Calhoun

28:40 | #205

Radio personality, Coyote Calhoun, talks about his career on the air in Louisville. A 1981 KET production.

Victor Jory

28:42 | #197

Actor, Victor Jory, discusses his career and his wide range of acting roles. A 1981 KET production.

Louie B. Nunn

28:43 | #194

Former Kentucky Governor Louie B. Nunn discusses his time in office from 1967/1971. A 1981 KET production.

Bruce Ferguson

28:40 | #177

Judge Executive Bruce Ferguson of Boone county talks about the issues of northern Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Wayne Rutherford

28:40 | #174

Wayne Rutherford, County Judge of Pike County, talks about the current issues in Pike County. A 1980 KET production.

Nelle Harlander

28:39 | #168

Nelle Horlander, Eastern Kentucky Director for Communications Workers of America (CWA), talks about CWA and women in the workforce. A 1984 KET production.

Gordon Davidson

28:39 | #167

A conversation about the political state of Kentucky with Gordon Davidson, managing partner of Wyatt, Tarrant, and Combs, the state's largest law firm. A 1980 KET production.

Jackie Swigart

28:40 | #166

Jackie Swigart, secretary of the Department of Natural Resources, talks about her role in state government. A 1980 KET production.

Elaine Musselman

28:41 | #150

Elaine Musselman, director of Harris and Co. Insurance, discusses women in business. A 1980 KET production.

Albert Jones

28:41 | #145

Alfred Jones, former FBI agent and prosecuting attorney, discusses his long career in law. A 1980 KET production.

Shelter House

28:30 | #138

Staff and residents of the YMCA Shelter House discuss issues surrounding domestic abuse. Guests: Jack Cox, Susan Roche, Dina Tweedy, and Joyce Steeberge. A 1980 KET production.

Hugh Morris

28:39 | #132

Hugh Morris, former journalist and member of the Legislative Research Commission, discusses his career. A 1980 KET production.

Paul Brett Johnson

28:30 | #130

Al Smith, Federal Co/Chair Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), and former host of Comment on Kentucky, discusses his career.

John Hall

28:30 | #401

Business and civic leader John Hall. A 1985 KET production.

John Lair

28:15 | #123

John Lair talks about the history and creation of Renfro Valley. A 1980 KET production.

Lee Majors

28:41 | #119

Actor Lee Majors discusses his film Steel, shot partly in Lexington, and his career. A 1980 KET production.

Lysbeth Wallace

28:44 | #105

Professor Lysbeth Wallace discusses the art of weaving at Western Kentucky University. A 1980 KET production.

John Williams

28:33 | #405

John Willimas, chief officer of Computer Services Inc., discusses the use of technology in business. A 1985 KET production.

Wayne Smith

28:32 | #402

Wayne Smith, President of Central Bank, talks about Lexington banking. A 1985 KET production.

Dr. Kala Stroup

25:26 | #354

Dr. Kala Stroup discusses the presidency of Murray State University and her roll as the first female President. A 1985 KET production.

Col. Robert A. Goodwin

28:30 | #353

Col. Robert A. Goodwin discusses the Lexington Army Depot and disposition of arms and other activities. A 1985 KET production.

Porter Peoples, Art Walters

28:30 | #352

Leaders of the Urban League: Porter Peeples and Art Walters. A 1985 KET production.

Hanley Funderburk

28:30 | #351

Hanly Funderburk talks about being the new president of Eastern Kentucky University (EKU). A 1985 KET produciton.

Wendell Butler

28:31 | #350

Wendell P. Butler, former school teacher, state senator, commissioner of agriculture, superintendent of public instruction, secretary of education, and secretary of the arts cabinet. A 1985 KET production.

Dr. Otis Singletary

28:30 | #349

Otis Singletary, PhD. and his presidency at the University of Kentucky. A 1985 KET production.

Earl Wallace

21:39 | #348

Earl Wallace, Board of Trustees member for Shakertown, talks about the restoration of Shakertown and his career as a business executive. A 1985 KET production.

Leslie Combs

21:38 | #347

Leslie Combs talks about Spendthrift Farm horse farm. A 1985 KET production.

Mary Lou Whitney

28:30 | #345

Mary Lou Whitney, Internaltional hostess, talks about her life and her many activities and fund raisers. A 1985 KET production.

Frank Lambert

28:28 | #342

Frank Lambert, new CEO of Bellknap, Inc. hardware manufacturer. A KET production.

Sylvia Clay

28:32 | #341

Sylvia Clay, noted textile artist. A 1985 KET production.

Keith Tozer

28:32 | #340

Keith Tozer, indoor soccer coach for the Louisville Thunder soccor team. A KET production.

Bill Irvine

28:29 | #339

Bill Irvine discusses his ancestors, who were early central Kentucky pioneers. A 1984 KET production.

Peggy Caldwell

28:30 | #338

Peggy Caldwell golfer, horse trainer, works with "gated horses" and Tennessee Walkers. She discusses "game chickens". A 1984 KET production.

Steve Shewmaker

28:30 | #337

Steve Shewmaker, youngest circuit judge of Boyle and Mercer County. A 1984 KET production.

Dick Hammond

28:30 | #336

Dick Hammond, cattleman. A 1984 KET production.

Mark Warnkes/Rose Warnkes

28:30 | #335

Rose and Mike Warnke, Christian comedians. A 1984 KET production.

Willie Dawahare

28:30 | #334

Willie C. Dawahare, former mayor of Hazard, discusses Dawahare family history. A 1984 KET production.

George Wooton

28:30 | #333

George Wooton, retired politician, county judge executive, sheriff, Leslie County KY. A 1984 KET production.

Robyn Perlman

28:30 | #332

Robyn Perlman, founder of "Wings, Foundation for Children". A 1984 KET production.

Kate Ireland

27:59 | #331

Kate Ireland, national chairman of Frontier Nursing Service (FNS), talks about the history of the FNS. A 1984 KET production.

Al Smith

28:30 | #330

Al Smith, host of KET Comment on Kentucky, newspaper editor, former Chairperson of the ARC. A 1984 KET production.

Dr. Cliff Robertson

28:28 | #329

Dr. Cliff Robertson, safe food advocate, and author of the book, Health Explosion. A 1984 KET production.

Mary Dee Miller

28:30 | #328

Mary Dee Miller, naturalist with the Kentucky State Parks at the Barren River State Park, discusses park activities. A 1984 KET production.

Mark Beaubien

28:02 | #327

Mark Beaubien, radio station owner, talks about old mining and timber operations in South East Kentucky, Big South Fork Recreation Area. A 1984 KET production.

Bill Mardis

28:30 | #326

Bill Mardis, of the Commonwealth Journal, talks about his career is newpaper and radio. A 1984 KET production.

Dr. Floyd Hay

28:30 | #325

Dr. Floyd Hay, author of The Country Doctor. A 1984 KET production.

O'Leary Meese

28:00 | #324

O'Leary Meese, Pulaski County (KY) educator and historian. A 1984 KET production.

Richard Lewis

28:28 | #323

Richard Q. Lewis. Retired USGS geologist, cartographer. A 1984 KET production.

Bob Darrell

28:30 | #322

Bob Darrell, English department head at Kentucky Wesleyan University, talks about the state of education and the lack of reading and writing skills. A 1984 KET production.

Leon Gregorian

28:30 | #321

Leon Gregorian, conductor Owensboro Community Orchestra. A 1984 KET production.

Dr. Jane Wells

28:30 | #320

Dr. Jane Wells, director of the Owensboro M.B.A. PROGRAM, talks about problems in Kentucky education. A 1984 KET production.

Ellie Welt

28:30 | #319

Ellie Welt discusses what a novelists' life is like. A 1984 KET production.

John Blakley

28:29 | #318

Historian and lawyer John R. Blakely talks about his career. A 1984 KET production.

Harley Fisk

28:30 | #317

Architect Harley Fisk, designer of the Steeley Library, talks about ideas on good architectural design. A 1984 KET production.

Jack Hicks

28:30 | #316

Columnist Jack Hicks talks bout being a newspaper editor. A 1984 KET production.

Thomas A. Noe III

28:30 | #315

Thomas A. Noe III discusses Russellville history, Noe family history, and being a public defender. A 1984 KET production.

Marjanna 'Tiger' Frising

28:31 | #314

Marjanna Frising discusses the subject of psycho/social drama and psychological therapy. A 1984 KET production.

Linda Steele

28:24 | #313

Restaurateur Linda Steele discusses her many restaurants and building restorations. A 1984 KET production.

Scott Seiber

28:35 | #312

Scott Seiber talks about TVA and Land Between the Lakes. A 1984 KET production.

Ken Carstens

28:30 | #311

Ken Carstens discusses archeology in Mammoth Cave. A 1984 KET production.

Mary Ellen Reed

28:30 | #310

Mary Ellen Reed, of MER and Associates in Lexington, talks about how she began her career in advertising. A 1984 KET production.

Dr. Alan Lansing

28:31 | #309

Dr. Alan Lansing talks about the history of cardiology. A 1984 KET production.

Dr. Donald Swain

28:32 | #308

Dr. Donald Swain, president of the University of Louisville, talks about higher education and his career as a university president. A 1984 KET production.

A. Ray Smith

28:32 | #307

A. Ray Smith, president and owner of the Louisville Red Birds, talks about Kentucky baseball. A 1984 KET production.

Foster Brooks

28:32 | #306

Comedian Foster Brooks talks about his career in show/business and his character, the "Loveable Lush". A 1984 KET production.

Mike Battaglia

28:30 | #305

Kentucky Derby announcer, Mike Battaglia, talks about his career and the derby. A 1981 KET production.

Joe Petro

28:32 | #304

Kentucky artist, Joseph Petro, talks about his life and career. A 1981 KET production.

John Stephenson

28:29 | #301

Dr. John Stephenson, director of the Appalachian Center at University Kentucky (UK) and future president of Berea College, talks about his life and career. A 1981 KET production.

Robert E. Green

28:12 | #245

Robert E. Green, hotel owner, talks about his career. A 1981 KET production.

Elaine Sullivan, Susan Cardwell

28:43 | #244

Susan Cardwell, president, and Elaine Sullivan, executive secretary, of the International Banana Festival speak of the organization. A 1981 KET production.

Tom Butler, Jack Paxton

28:43 | #243

Jo Westpheling, editor, Hickman Courier, in Hickman, Kentucky, interviews Jack Paxton, editor of the Paducah Sun and Tom Butler, news director at WPSD/TV. A 1981 KET production.

Edna Lake, Deborah Downing

28:42 | #238

Edna Lake, of the HEAD Corporation, and Deborah Downing, of Lexington Farmer's Market Cooperation, discuss their careers.

Wilburn Caskey

28:43 | #237

Wilburn Caskey, former mayor of Ashland, talks about his life and his time in office. A 1981 KET production.

Jerry Douglas, Buck White, Cheryl White, Pat White, Sharon White

29:04 | #232

Musicians, Jerry Douglas, Buck White, Cheryl White, Pat White, Sharon White, talk about their musical career as "The Down Home Folks". A 1981 KET production.

Bob Neal

29:03 | #230

Bob Neal, Elvis's former manager, talks about his life and the country stars he's managed. A 1981 KET production.

Edward T. Breathitt

28:35 | #226

Former Kentucky Governor, Edward T. Breathitt, talks about his time in office. A 1981 KET production.

Benjamin Shobe

28:42 | #225

Judge Benjamin Shobe, of the Jefferson Circuit Court, talks about his practice. A 1981 KET production.

Georgia Powers

28:41 | #221

State Senator Georgia Davis Powers, first African American and female to hold office in Kentucky, talks about her distinguished career. A 1981 KET production.

Christopher Bobbitt

28:30 | #220

Christopher Bobbitt, Appalachian weaver, discusses his work and coverlet making. A 1981 KET production.

Loyal Jones

28:37 | #216

Loyal Jones, director of Appalachian Center, at Berea College, talks about Appalachian studies program. A 1981 KET production.

Harry Jackson

28:28 | #215

Harry Jackson, art critic and collector, discusses the development of the Arts in Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Dick Pfefferkorn

28:40 | #212

Dick Pfefferkorn, project manager for Bowling Green Main Street PROGRAM, discusses the project and restoration of downtown Bowling Green. A 1981 KET production.

William J. Parker

28:44 | #211

William J. Parker, president of the Kentucky Bar Association, talks about the legal profession. A 1981 KET production.

Dr. Cratis Williams

28:40 | #210

Dr. Cratis Williams, dean of graduate studies at Berea College, discusses the Appalachian region. A 1981 KET production.

Dr. Bill Foster

28:40 | #209

Dr. Bill Foster, Veterinarian at the Louisville Zoo, talks about their Raptor Program. A 1981 KET production.

David Jenkins, Gary Johnson

28:42 | #208

David Jenkins and Gary Johnson, from the Louisville Zoo, discuss herpetology, reptiles, and snakes of Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Jimmy Ellis

28:40 | #207

Jimmy Ellis, 1968 Heavywieght Champion, talks about his boxing career. A 1981 KET production.

Pat Sturtzel, Katie Christopherson, Laurie Smith, Evelyn Vittitow

28:40 | #206

Pat Sturtzel, Katie Christopherson, Laurie Smith, and Evelyn Vittitow, members of Nimble Thimbles, talk about the art of quilt making. A 1981 KET production.

Maria Braden, Carl West

28:40 | #204

Maria Braden, journalism instructor at University of Kentucky, and Carl West, editor of Frankfort State Journal, discuss news media in Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Richard Gimmel, Glen Bastin

28:40 | #203

Broadcasters Glen Bastin and Richard Gimmell discuss news media in Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Bob Schulman

28:41 | #202

Bob Schulman, news critic of Louisville Times and Courier-Journal, talks about news media. A 1981 KET production.

Frank Ashley/Malcolm Kilduff

28:40 | #201

Press secretary Frank Ashley, and broadcaster Malcolm Kilduff, discuss the topic of news media. A 1981 KET production.

Tom Laue, Jake Booher

28:40 | #200

Tom Laue, Bureau Chief of the United Press International, and Jake Booher, Bureau Chief of the Associated Press, discuss the news media of Kentucky. A 1980 KET production.

Daphne Cochran

28:40 | #199

Daphne Cochran, Miss Kentucky of 1980, talks about beauty pageants. A 1981 KET production.

Akira Endo

27:40 | #198

Music director of the Louisville Orchestra, Akiro Endo, talks about his career and how he was appointed. A 1981 KET production.

Grady Nutt

28:40 | #196

Grady Nutt, comic minister, tells about his unusual career. A 1981 KET production.

Julian B. Carroll

28:40 | #195

Former Kentucky Governor Julian Carroll discusses his time in office from 1974/1979. A 1981 KET production.

Bert T. Combs

28:40 | #193

Former Kentucky Governor Bert T. Combs discusses his time in office from 1959/1963. A 1981 KET production.

Gov. Albert B. Chandler

28:41 | #191

Former Kentucky Governor Albert B. "Happy" Chandler discusses his time in office from 1935/1939 and 1955/1959. A 1981 KET production.

David Payne, Frank Steely

28:42 | #190

Dr. Frank Steely and Dr. David Payne, of the Northern Kentucky University history department, speak on the topic of organized crime. A 1981 KET production.

John B. Jett/Jim Ramage

28:40 | #189

John B. Jett, National Reenactment Society, and Dr. John Ramage, professor of history at Northern Kentucky University, discuss General John Hunt Morgan. A 1981 KET production.

Judy and Terry Dedden

28:40 | #188

Terry and Judy Dedden, Herpetologists, discuss the study of reptiles and amphibians. A 1981 KET production.

Jim Bunning

28:40 | #187

State Senator, James Bunning, talks about his time playing baseball. A 1981 KET production.

Bobby Mackey

28:39 | #186

Bobby Mackey, bar owner, talks about his country bar and the bar's popular mechanical bull. A 1981 KET production.

Raymond McLain Sr.

28:41 | #184

Musician, bandleader, and artist, Raymond McLain Sr., talks about his life and work. A 1981 KET production.

Ricky, Dorothy, and Hobert Skaggs

28:40 | #183

The Skaggs family play and talk about the importance of music in their family. A 1981 KET production.

Ricky Skaggs

28:40 | #182

Musician, Ricky Skaggs, plays and talks about his performances and recordings. A 1981 KET production.

Elizabeth Watts

28:42 | #181

Elizabeth Watts, former director of Hindman Settlement School, talks about her 71-year career at the school. A 1981 KET production.

Ben Bernstein

28:40 | #180

Ben Bernstein, owner of the Mike Fink riverboat restaurant, talks about his family's restaurant business. A 1981 KET production.

Ben Bernstein

28:40 | #179

Ben Bernstein, owner of the Mike Fink riverboat restaurant, talks about his family business. A 1981 KET production.

Leo Underhill

28:40 | #178

Leo Underhill, disc jockey for WNOP Newport Ky., the only floating radio station aboard a boat on the Ohio River, talks about his career. A 1981 KET production.

Fred A. Stine, M.D.

28:40 | #176

Dr. Fred A. Stine M.D., discusses his busy career in Ft. Thomas, Ky. A 1981 KET production.

Jackson O. Hall

28:40 | #175

Dr. Jackson O. Hall, president of Pikeville College, discusses the importance of the college to the state of Kentucky. A 1981 KET production.

Trish Pugh

28:40 | #173

Trish Pugh, associate director of Actors Theater of Louisville, discusses the success of the theater. A 1980 KET production.

Barney Bright

28:40 | #172

Louisville metal sculptor, Barney Bright, talks about his work. A 1980 KET production.

James Buddy Thompson

28:39 | #170

James Buddy Thompson, Chairman of the Air Board of Louisville, and Chairman of the Board of Glenmore Distillery, talks about his many activities, including hot/air ballooning. A 1984 KET production.

George Trotter

28:40 | #169

George Trotter, general manager and editor of the Bardstown Kentucky Standard, talks about journalism in a small community. A 1984 KET production.

William Sturgill

28:40 | #165

William "Bill" Sturgill, secretary of the Kentucky Department of Energy, talks about the work of the department and the importance of coal to the state. A 1980 KET production.

Turley Richards

28:42 | #163

Writer, composer, and blues recording artist Turley Richards talks about his varied career. A 1980 KET production hosted by Milton Metz.

Gary Burbank

28:42 | #162

Louisville disc jockey and broadcaster Gary Burbank discusses his offbeat radio career. A 1980 KET production hosted by Milton Metz.

Denny Crum

28:41 | #161

Denny Crum, head basketball coach at the University of Louisville, discusses his championship team. A 1980 KET production.

Jon Jory

28:42 | #160

Producing Director Jon Jory talks with Milton Metz about the growing national reputation of Actors Theatre of Louisville. A 1980 KET production.

Pee Wee King

28:16 | #159

Country music singer Pee Wee King talks about his long career. A 1980 KET production.

Bill Powell

28:42 | #158

Bill Powell talks about his 40-year career as a reporter for several Western Kentucky newspapers. A 1980 KET production.

Dr. C.W. Curris

28:42 | #157

Murray State President Dr. C.W. Curris discusses the challenges of running a university. A 1980 KET production.

Jack Paxton

28:42 | #156

An interview with Jack Paxton, editor of the Paducah Sun. A 1980 KET production.

Alben and David Barkley

28:42 | #155

Vice President Alben Barkley's son, David, and grandson, Alben II, discuss politics and their famous family patriarch. A 1980 KET production.

L.J. Hortin

28:42 | #154

Dr. L.J. Hortin of Murray State University discusses Nathan B. Stubblefield, the Murray man whom many credit as the inventor of radio. A 1980 KET production.

Jim Lindsey

28:43 | #153

Jim Lindsey, vice president of Doe/Anderson Advertising Agency in Louisville, discusses advertising the state of Kentucky like a business. A 1980 KET production.

Bill Samuels

28:42 | #152

Bill Samuels Jr., president of Maker's Mark Distillery, talks about his family's history in the bourbon business. A 1980 KET production.

Mike Grisanti

28:40 | #151

Restaurateur Mike Grisanti talks about his own restaurant and the Louisville Restoration Project. A 1980 KET production.

John Robertson

28:43 | #148

John Robertson, author of a book on Paducah, discusses Western Kentucky history. A 1980 KET production.

Oscar Cross

28:34 | #147

Oscar Cross, head of the Paducah Boys Club, talks about starting the club and working with youngsters. A 1980 KET production.

George Wilson

28:43 | #146

George Wilson discusses his duties as commissioner of the Kentucky Bureau of Corrections. A 1980 KET production.

Mildred Senter

28:40 | #144

Mildred Senter, a retired school teacher, discusses her 41 years of teaching. A 1980 KET production.

Wallace E. Knight

28:42 | #143

Ed Knight, author of Lightstruck, discusses his work. A 1980 KET production.

Richard Taylor

28:42 | #142

Conversation and readings with Kentucky poet Richard Taylor. A 1980 KET production.

James Sherburne

28:42 | #141

A discussion of inspirations and the writing process with mystery writer Jim Sherburne, author of Death's Pale Horse. A 1980 KET production.

Thomas Clark

28:43 | #140

Noted Kentucky historian Dr. Thomas Clark talks about his career. A 1980 KET production.

Irene Zimmerman/Stanley Schmidt

28:42 | #139

Father Stanley Schmidt and Irene Zimmerman talk about surviving the Holocaust. A 1980 KET production.

Becky Goode/Debbie Hupp

29:42 | #137

Two songwriters, Becky Goode and Grammy winner Debbie Hupp, discuss their careers in the music industry. A 1980 KET production.

Katie Brophy/Dr. Richard Levin

28:43 | #136

Attorney Katie Brophy and obstetrician Dr. Richard Levin discuss the issue of surrogate parenting. A 1980 KET production.

Larry Townsend

28:30 | #135

Larry Townsend, former Kentucky secretary of economic development, discusses the reasons for his resignation. A 1980 KET production.

John Conlee

28:41 | #133

Country singer John Conlee talks about his career. A 1980 KET production.

Judge Anthony Wilhoit/Ted Berge

28:40 | #131

Judge Anthony Wilhoit and University of Kentucky law student Ted Berge discuss the legal profession. A 1980 KET production.

William H. King

28:40 | #129

William King, president of Louisville Downs, discusses the history of the Kentucky Pacing Derby. A 1980 KET production.

Pee Wee Reese

28:23 | #128

Hall of Fame shortstop Harold "Pee Wee" Reese discusses his career with the Brooklyn Dodgers, which included befriending Jackie Robinson during the historic season when he broke major league baseball's color barrier. A 1980 KET production.

Bill Olsen/Jerry Eaves

28:38 | #127

Athletic director Bill Olsen and basketball player Jerry Eaves discuss the University of Louisville's 1979-80 national championship basketball season. A 1980 KET production.

Paul Hornung

28:38 | #126

Louisville native Paul Hornung, former Notre Dame and Green Bay Packers star, discusses his life in football and the world of commercial endorsements. A 1980 KET production.

Gloria Sams

28:30 | #124

A 1980 KET production.

Juanita Knipp

28:14 | #122

Juanita Knipp discusses the battle for benefits for WAAC veterans. A 1980 KET production.

Dr. Paul Maddox

28:08 | #121

Dr. Paul Maddox discusses his struggling medical practice in the low-income area of Wolfe County. A 1980 KET production.

Mike Vories

26:44 | #120

Local teen director Mike Vories discusses his film The Last of the Great History Projects: A Reenactment of WWII. A 1980 KET production.

Jackie Royalty/Lyda Lewis Sloane

28:43 | #118

Makeup expert Jackie Royalty and model Lyda Sloane talk about applying makeup and modeling. A 1980 KET production.

Ed Prichard/Bill Cox/John Ed Pearce

28:44 | #117

Ed Prichard, John Ed Pearce, and Bill Cox discuss Kentucky's history and politics. A 1980 KET production.

Ed Prichard/Bill Cox/John Ed Pearce

28:40 | #116

Ed Prichard, John Ed Pearce, and Bill Cox discuss Kentucky's history and politics. A 1980 KET production.

Mayor Jim Amato

28:45 | #115

Lexington mayor Jim Amato talks politics and cooks pasta primavera in his own kitchen. A 1980 KET production.

J.L. Jackson

28:43 | #114

J.L. Jackson, president of the Falcon Coal Company, speaks about the importance of coal to Kentucky's economy. A 1980 KET production.

Rick Northern

28:44 | #113

Rick Northern discusses his experience as a White House Fellow over the previous year. A 1980 KET production.

Barry Bingham Jr.

28:39 | #112

Barry Bingham Jr., editor and publisher of the Louisville Courier-Journal and Times and president of WHAS radio and television, discusses his career. A 1980 KET production.

Bob Brown

28:41 | #111

Rev. Bob Brown, minister of Trinity Hill Baptist Church in Lexington, discusses his involvement and ministry in the community. A 1980 KET production.

A. Stephen Miles

28:40 | #110

A. Stephen Miles, president and CEO of 1st National Bank of Louisville, discusses the growth of the bank and its effect on Kentucky. A 1980 KET production.

Granville Clarke

28:45 | #109

Lawyer Granville Clarke from Russellville discusses the preservation of the South Union Shaker colony in Western Kentucky. A 1980 KET production.

Dr. Donald Zacharias

28:45 | #108

Dr. Don Zacharias, newly appointed president of Western Kentucky University, discusses educational developments at the university. A 1980 KET production.

Eliza Mabry

28:44 | #107

Eliza Mabry of the U.S. Department of the Interior discusses the National Agricultural Land Study and issues connected with land preservation. A 1980 KET production.

Jerry Lee Rodgers

28:44 | #106

Jerry Lee Rodgers, playwright and professor at the University of Louisville, discusses his work. A 1980 KET production.

Paul Fyffe

28:47 | #104

President Paul G. Fyffe talks about starting the Appalachian Baseball League at Paintsville's Yankee Stadium and what it means to the surrounding community. A 1980 KET production.

Paul Patton

28:05 | #103

Paul Patton discusses economic and transportation development and the coal industry in Eastern Kentucky. A 1980 KET production.

Dr. Mary Fox

28:45 | #102

Dr. Mary Pauline Fox, director of the Pike County Health Department, talks about medical problems in Eastern Kentucky. A 1980 KET production.

Dr. William Hambley

28:25 | #101

The mayor of Pikeville talks about a cut-through to enhance transportation to and around the city. A 1980 KET production.

Katie Brophy/Dr. Richard Levin

Attorney Katie Brophy and obstetrician Dr. Richard Levin discuss the issue of surrogate parenting. A 1980 KET production.

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