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 40th anniversary of his death. | Future Tense: We walk like an Egyptian | Help for struggling small businesses and entrepreneurs | What’s left in the wake of the Black Jewel bankruptcy | Kentucky’s Secretary of State champions early voting 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Tom Martin with Dr. Ginny Sprang - How for some kids the pandemic is taking things from bad to worse 

Tom Martin with Anita Courtney - Local artists honor and channel John Lennon 

Future Tense: Chris Begley with Egyptologist  Kara Cooney 

Tom Martin with Bobby Clark - Support for budding Eastern Kentucky entrepreneurs

 

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