Program for November 11, 2021 

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 On this week's edition: How the pandemic has accelerated teacher and student burnout | There for the children: Court Appointed Special Advocates. Their vital work is described by Fayette County Family Court judge Lucinda Masterton | Lexington poet Ada Limon on hosting "The Slowdown" podcast series | Green Room Exchange showcases international artists now calling Kentucky home | A new series focusing on theatre production across the Commonwealth 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Teacher/Student burnout - Cynthia Resor with James McGinn - Listen 

Why a CASA can be vital - Fayette Co. Family Court judge Lucinda Masterton - Listen  

From Lexington to the world: Poet Ada Limon on hosting "The Slowdown" - Listen 

From the world to Lexington: Green Room Exchange highlights international artists - Listen 

New series: All about theatre in Kentucky with Bill McCann - Listen

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