Program for September 9, 2021 

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Hopes of a return to normal in schools have been dashed by the Delta variant. A Kentucky high school teacher shares the consequences | Collecting the voices of Eastern Kentucky activism |  Tell me a story: details of The Wilmore Storytelling Festival |  Untangling, unsticking local government issues by getting an artist’s take | Lexington singer-songwriter Chris Weiss has new music | Hanging out with a National Geographic Explorer 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Cynthia Resor with Rockcastle Co. H.S. teacher Holly Robinson - Smooth start of school year complicated by Delta 

Stephanie Lang with Tammy Clemons - Oral histories of E. Ky. Activism 

Tom Martin with Ed Bryson - Telling tall tales in Wilmore 

Tom Martin with Megan Gulla - The Civic Lex "Civic Artist in Residence" at city hall 

Tom Martin with Chris Weiss - Lexington singer-songwriter releases new music

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