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Best WUKY podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best WUKY podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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WUKY In-Depth News
Weekly+
 
In-depth stories from the WUKY news team.
 
Dr. Greg Davis interviews a host of medical professionals about health issues in Central Kentucky and beyond.
 
Veteran WUKY reporter Samantha Lederman's beat is all things equine - from trail riding to top-level competition and everything in between. Samantha's reports provide a vital window into Lexington's reputation as the "Horse Capital of the World."
 
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On the Porch
Monthly
 
Kentucky author Silas House plays his favorite music, reads poems and excerpts, and interviews the people who are making a difference in Appalachia.
 
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Saving Stories
Daily+
 
Alan Lytle digs into the University of Kentucky's oral history archives with Louie B. Nunn Center Director Dr. Doug Boyd.
 
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Analog Masters
Monthly+
 
The best classical records of the past (pre-1972) played from the original LPs, 45s, and 78s in host Tom Godell’s personal collection.
 
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Curtains @ 8
Monthly
 
Curtains@8 host Nick Lawrence welcomed a wide range of guests from the Central Kentucky arts community for 24 years on WUKY. We are archiving some highlights from the conversations and in-studio performances aired over the years.
 
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This weekend the Lexington History Museum is co-sponsoring events celebrating our city’s ties to the 16th US president and native Kentuckian Abraham Lincoln. This year’s overall theme is Henry Clay’s influence on Lincoln. As part of the celebration the LHM brought noted Kentucky historian Dr. John Kleber to the Lexington Public Library to talk ...…
 
The introduction of naloxone into the body of someone who’s overdosed on opiates can quite literally be a life-saver because within seconds the drug - also known as Narcan - blocks opioid receptors. The Fayette County Health Department is doing what it can to make sure everybody in our community knows how they can get the drug, and more importa ...…
 
What's the number one cause of death for young people? It's not some disease. It's trauma. Recently the University of Kentucky held it's 30th annual symposium for medical professionals to talk about ways of better handling the problem. This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host gets a re-cap from UK professor of surgery, Dr. Andrew Bernard.…
 
This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle and Lane Report executive editor Mark Green discuss the various ways cyber thieves try to hack into your company's system in an attempt to hold your data hostage. It's a cybercrime that's on the rise in the Commonwealth.By Alan Lytle
 
On this Veterans' Day WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Ben Adams, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs about the broad range of services on offer for the estimated 295,000 military veterans and familes in the state including housing, healthcare and employment.By Alan Lytle
 
The possibility of having the General Assembly determine who won this year’s gubernatorial election is stirring memories of the last time such an event took place in Kentucky, and suffice it to say it was far from orderly.By Alan Lytle
 
Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin asked Wednesday for a recanvass of vote totals, as election results showed him trailing by several thousand votes. WUKY's Alan Lytle spoke with UK College of Law Professor and Kentucky election law expert Joshua Douglas about what other options are available to the governor.…
 
Plug Your Podcast is an ongoing segment where we introduce you to some of the people in our area producing new and specialized audio content. Our guest today is not interested in playing it safe. In fact she thrives on facilitating difficult and frank conversations from a woman's perspective in the era of 'Me Too.' Since 2017 Katarina Hoskins h ...…
 
It may be election-eve in Kentucky but there is still much more campaigning to come in the Kentucky Governor’s race, not the least of which is President Trump’s rally tonight in Rupp Arena. The Secretary of State has projected the turnout for tomorrow to be only slightly better than 2015’s thirty percent but will a visit from a popular presiden ...…
 
This week on the Business Side Tom Wilmes, editor of Business Lexington, tells up about a senior housing complex coming soon on Romany Road, plus the new Southland Bagel and Bluegrass Youth Ballet now open in the ever expanding Southland Corridor.By Alan Lytle
 
The United States Equestrian Federation cut the ribbon on its new headquarters at the Kentucky Horse Park Friday morning. WUKY Horse Capital reporter Samantha Lederman has details.By Samantha Lederman
 
For several years now the University of Kentucky has hosted a Senior Caregiving conference to provide information on resources for the growing number of adults tasked with caring for aging parents, or other loved ones. This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host gets a preview of the 2019 event from UK eldercare specialist Terri Weber. The ...…
 
This week on Capitol Chat WUKY's Alan Lytle and Laura Cullen Glasscock, editor and publisher of the Kentucky Gazette talk about what to expect when Republican Governor Matt Bevin and Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear face each other on KET's Kentucky Tonight with Renee Shaw, a program you can hear at 8 p.m. on WUKY. We'll also h ...…
 
If you live in Central Kentucky there's a pretty good chance you've spent a day at Keeneland, and you've probably heard the races called by the track announcer, Kurt Becker. WUKY's Horse Capital Reporter Samantha Lederman recently spent some time getting to know more about what it takes to be the Voice of Keeneland.…
 
If you live in Central Kentucky there's a pretty good chance you've spent a day at Keeneland, and you've probably heard the races called by the track announcer, Kurt Becker. WUKY's Horse Capital Reporter Samantha Lederman recently spent some time getting to know more about what it takes to be the Voice of Keeneland.…
 
If you're itching to take a Kentucky Adventure Karyn Czar takes you to Eckerts Family Farm in Versailles for Fall Family Fun. Eckerts recently was named one of the South's best orchards by Southern Living Magazine.By Karyn Czar
 
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States and it shouldn't surprise you that Kentucky has one of the highest rates of lung cancer cases in the country. Physicians and researchers at UK are working overtime trying to improve outcomes and get those numbers down. This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host ...…
 
Candidates for Lieutenant Governor will go head to head tonight on statewide TV as Republican Ralph Alvarado and Democrat Jacqueline Coleman appear on KET’s Kentucky Tonight with Renee Shaw. There are now less than 3 weeks remaining until election day and the latest independent poll shows a neck and neck race, so what, if anything, can each res ...…
 
This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Lane Report executive editor Mark Green about Lexington's infrastructure of innovation , including its chief pillar, the University of Kentucky.By Alan Lytle
 
The notorious conflict between the Hatfield and the McCoy families of West Virginia and Kentucky is often remembered as America’s most famous feud, but it was relatively brief and subdued compared to the longer and more numerous instances of individual and mass violence in Breathitt County, Kentucky. In his book Bloody Breathitt - Politics and ...…
 
An estimated 21 million Americans struggle with substance use disorders each year. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, only about 10 percent of those people are able to access treatment. Few regions have been hit harder by the drug epidemic than Kentucky and need increased access to evidence-based treatme ...…
 
Silas speaks with Margaret Renkl, author of Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and LossBy DeBraun Thomas
 
Bevin versus Beshear may be at the top of the card this November but there are compelling and important office matchups further down the ballot, and while Mitch McConnell's name doesn't appear anywhere, Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock says his fingerprints are definitely all over it. She discusses the rest of the fi ...…
 
Few Kentuckians can boast of a life and career than that of James Hardymon. From growing up on the banks of the Ohio River during the Great Depression to acquiring executive management roles at large international companies, Mr. Hardymon helped build corporations as a CEO, learned the ropes of Wall Street and interacted with US Presidents and C ...…
 
Kentucky voters are less than a month out from choosing their next governor. Helping WUKY survey the electoral landscape is Dr. Emily Beaulieu Bacchus, an assistant professor of political science and the Director of the International Studies Program at the University of Kentucky.By Josh James
 
The flu season is officially under way and health officials are encouraging all of us to roll up our sleeves and get vaccinated sooner rather than later, but in case you’re still on the fence about whether this applies to you, our intrepid medical reporter is here to lay out the facts and bust some myths about getting a flu shot. Dr. Greg Davis ...…
 
Voters go to the polls early next month and many groups in addition to the candidates themselves are spending big to influence your decision. This week on Capitol Chat Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock talks with WUKY's Alan Lytle about who is spending what and where.By Alan Lytle
 
This week on the Business Side Lane Report executive editor Mark Green talks about the release of the magazine's annual Market Review for Central Kentucky.By Alan Lytle
 
With the start of another fall meet at Keeneland at hand, few would argue that Horse Racing and the Commonwealth of Kentucky are synonymous, but some of that history remains untold. Now a Lexington author and historian has uncovered a number of interesting stories about the Sport of Kings and its roots in the Bluegrass. Foster Ockerman Jr., who ...…
 
When it comes to medical breakthroughs, sometimes one can never know when basic and rudimentary research might bear fruit. That’s certainly the case with the person you’re about to meet and the specific type of disease he’s been working to cure. Dr. Matthew Gentry is a professor in the department of molecular and cellular bio-chemistry at the U ...…
 
When they came on the market over a decade ago, e-cigarettes or vaping were billed as a safer alternative to smoking tobacco. We now know that may not be the case. There’s been a recent outbreak of severe lung illnesses caused by vaping . Dr. Mehdi Khosravi, a faculty member in the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at UK Healthca ...…
 
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. For the past 20 years rates of suicide have increased in nearly every state in the US including here in Kentucky, where it’s now the 11 th leading cause of death. When it comes to suicide, which segment of our population – urban or rural - is more at risk? Two UK faculty members in the UK College ...…
 
Keeping Athletes healthy can sometimes be a challenge. Injuries and unforeseen circumstances are almost a given in the daily life of these competitors. But it’s not a one size fits all proposition, particularly for women athletes. This week on Dr. Greg Davis On Medicine, we are taking a closer look at the Kentucky Active Women’s Health Initiati ...…
 
Silas House speaks with River Jordan, author of the book Confessions of a Christian Mystic .By DeBraun Thomas
 
Homesickness and challenges facing students can occur even with those who come from in-state, so imagine the additional hurdles and pitfalls facing students coming from a different country. We’re focusing on maintaining the wellbeing of international students on this week’s edition of Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.…
 
Thousands of UK students are moving onto campus this week which means a dramatic increase in bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicular traffic. So, in the name of public health we’re going over the do’s and don’ts for safely getting from point A to point B. This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with UK Alternative Transportation Manag ...…
 
In this epsiode of On The Porch , we pay tribute to Toni Morrison , one of the most important writers in American history. Silas House talks about the impact of Toni Morrison and you will hear reflections of her work from Shauna Morgan, Kathleen Driskell, Crystal Wilkinson, Ada Limón, & Bianca Spriggs .…
 
In this latest installment of WUKY's Award Winning history program Saving Stories, Alan Lytle talks with Dr. Doug Boyd, director of the Nunn Center for Oral History about the hours of interviews with Kentucky Education Television founder Len Press. The former WBKY general manager talks about his first visit to Knott County, Kentucky in 1952; a ...…
 
It’s one of the most neurologically complex activities we do each and every day; seemingly without even thinking about it. That is until there's a problem. We’re talking about Dysphagia, more commonly known as difficulty swallowing on this week’s edition of Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.By Greg Davis
 
A term you may have heard of late is Moral Distress. What exactly is it? Today our host is going to explore this concept with UK HealthCare clinical social worker Abigail Latimer.By Greg Davis
 
The opioid crisis is straining emergency rooms across the region, including here in Central Kentucky. If a person survives an overdose episode what happens then? The University of Kentucky operates a clinic for patients going through what’s commonly referred to as dope sickness. It’s the topic of this week’s edition of Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.…
 
Silas House speaks with Savannah Sipple, author of the book WWJD And Other Poems .By Tom Godell
 
There’s been a lot of research lately on depression and how it can lead to other life-threatening health issues. At the University of Kentucky a researcher is studying the effects of depression on one specific economic subset of the population; farm women. You’ll meet her on this week’s edition of Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.…
 
WUKY's award winning history series Saving Stories with Dr. Doug Boyd from the Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries, returns with audio from the Heyburn Initiative For Excellence in the Federal Judiciary. Among the more than 40 interviews conducted by project director Anu Kasarabada, is a conversation with former Supreme Court Justi ...…
 
Perhaps you’re out on a day hike, or you’re driving along on a country road and a medical or traumatic emergency ensues; what can you reasonably do? Well, a lot provided you have the proper training. We’re talking Wilderness Medicine in this week’s edition of Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.By Greg Davis
 
Thousands of horse enthusiasts will again gather at the Kentucky Horse Park this weekend for BreyerFest - a three day extravaganza bringing the model horse world to life. Kids and adults alike can take part in the many workshops, free seminars and shopping, all while meeting some of the horses that inspire the models. Every BreyerFest ticket in ...…
 
The image of what is a traditional family has been changing over generations and as part of our coverage of Pride Month we’re taking a closer look at children who grow up in a house with two mom’s or two dads.By aflytle@uky.edu (Alan Lytle)
 
One of the ongoing medical challenges in our state is delivering quality care for patients who don’t live anywhere near a major metropolitan area of the commonwealth. Now imagine if you’re LGBTQ in a rural county and need to find a doctor or pharmacist. What sort of barriers might you face? It’s a topic we’re exploring as part of Pride month an ...…
 
Racehorses are high performance, high earning athletes, and as such, no stone is left unturned to make sure every minute advantage is capitalised upon. Horses on the back side have their own personal grooms, trainers, massage therapists, chiropracters, blacksmiths, and as WUKY’s Samantha Clark discovered; even dentists.…
 
Thursday marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion and in a special edition of Saving Stories we hear a first-hand account of what it was like for the thousands of soldiers sent on a do-or-die mission to liberate France from the Nazis.By Alan Lytle
 
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