Program for January 7, 2021 

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Tom Martin with UK Pharmacist, researcher Sarah Blevins: How the Ryan White Act and its approach to HIV now treats opioid addiction | Stephanie Lang, editor of The Register of the Kentucky Historical…

Program for December 31, 2020 

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Tracking food consumer online shopping trends through the year of covid-19 | Hidden political scandals in Kentucky history | KET’s education factory responds to in-home learning | Kentucky author interview: Berea’s Alix Harrow 

 Interviews in order of appearance 

Program for December 24, 2020 

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Neighbors helping neighbors keep their businesses afloat | A for-profit and a non-profit partner to bring change to the nutrition of a next generation of Eastern Kentuckians |How one who has made his fortunes in coal is…

Program for December 17, 2020 

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Vaccines are on the way. How should we calibrate our expectations about when we will roll up our sleeves? We offer the perspectives of two Kentucky experts | How is the pandemic messing with our minds? We hear…

Program for December 10, 2020 

Dan Gellert and Ma Crow in a scene from The Mountain Minor. (Courtesy of Al452 Productions)

The film adaptation of Hillbilly Elegy has renewed spirited conversations about the JD Vance memoir. Tom Eblen discusses it with Cassie Chambers Armstrong, author…

Program for December 3, 2020 

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An update from the co-chairs of the Lexington Commission for Racial Justice and Equality | The rise of Black philanthropy in Lexington | The University Press of Kentucky, under new leadership in a changing media landscape | Series…

Program for November 19, 2020 

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What is the meaning and intent of the phrase “Black Lives Matter”? Gerald Smith takes up the question with Sandra Weissinger, Associate Professor of  African American communities, race and ethnic relations, urban sociology and qualitative research methods at…

Program for November 12, 2020 

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Tom Eblen interviews author Beverly Bell on the murder of golf star Marion Miley | Pandemic pressures and the family. EKU Psychologist MyraBeth Bundy speaks from clinical experience but also that of a mom with…

Program for November 5, 2020 

Lee Todd, Thomas Martin on what is gained from a marriage of education and economy - as well as what should not be lost | Shawn Gannon teaches welders. He can’t graduate them fast enough to meet demand | The…

Program for October 29, 2020 

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A list of questions for Fayette County Clerk Don Blevins about the 2020 General Election, made unusual and extraordinary by a pandemic and a divided nation | Tom Eblen interviews UK Law Professor Joshua Douglas about his new…

Program for October 22, 2020 

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A pandemic priority: children. A child psychiatrist weighs-in on abuse and neglect now going unnoticed | The 4th annual Music for Mission tribute channels John Lennon. The virtual concert marks the 80th anniversary of Lennon's birth and the…

Program for October 15, 2020 

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Unmasking threats to liberties versus threats to lives: welcome to the world of the public health worker | Doctors experiencing burnout in rising numbers. We hear of a solution | Jailed before the outbreak, released in the midst…