Program for April 1, 2021

The Brood X Cicada (Stephen Jaffe/AFP via Getty Images) 

 It's been a year. What's been happening in cooped up households? We think we can make a good guess in general terms, but for a more focused look we turn to Tracy Werner-Wilson at UK's Couple and Family Therapy Program, Lexington Family Law attorney Anita Britton, and the Rising Center, a safe haven for survivors of domestic abuse. | The art of blacksmithing will be on full display in Cumberland Gap and we'll get the details | The Brood X cicadas are due to emerge after 17 years underground. We hear from UK entomologist Jonathan Larson, who does a mean cicada imitation.  

Interviews and features in order of appearance: 

Tracey Werner-Wilson - Pandemic drives demand for family therapy 

Anita Britton - Family Law attorney on the pandemic and fragile marriages 

Jamie Shepherd - A report on domestic abuse in the isolation of the pandemic 

Hammer in the Gap - Organizer Zachary Greene / Blacksmith Owen Riedesel 

Jonathan Larson - They're coming: Brood X Cicadas

1 comment

  • Niceo
    Niceo Армения
    Thanks to the author for writing the post, it was quite necessary for me and liked it. I wrote a note on the https://resumecompaniesreview.com/resumes-planet-review/ about this. I will be happy if you read it and accept it. Thank you for your concern.

    Thanks to the author for writing the post, it was quite necessary for me and liked it. I wrote a note on the https://resumecompaniesreview.com/resumes-planet-review/ about this. I will be happy if you read it and accept it. Thank you for your concern.

Add comment