Program for December 9, 2021 

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Apocalypse. As awful as it is to think about, in these times of Covid, international saber rattling and severe domestic political division the thought of a collapse of civilization may seem more plausible. It’s what motivated archeologist Chris Begley, host of the Eastern Standard series “Future Tense” to publish The Next Apocalypse: The Art and Science of Survival. Dr. Begley is interviewed by Tom Eblen | The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce takes on racial inequality in business | New leadership for the Kentucky Resources Council | The debut of our new series on theatre production in Kentucky hosted by Bill McCann features Richmond playwright Richard Rechenbach | An interview with WoodSongs creator and host Michael Johnathon about his new book 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Tom Eblen with Chris Begley - "The Next Apocalypse" 

Ashli Watts - Kentucky Chamber focuses on racial equality in business 

Ashley Wilmes - New leadership for Kentucky environmental justice warriors 

Bill McCann with playwright Richard Rechenbach - "The Releasement" 

Michael Johnathon -  New book from the WoodSongs creator and host