Program for May 14, 2020 

Photo: Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet

On this week's program:

Segment One: A history of Maxey Flats, the sixties-era nuclear waste dump near Morehead. An interview with University of Memphis historian Caroline Peyton whose article, “Kentucky’s Atomic Graveyard: Maxey Flats and Environmental Inequity in Rural America” is published in the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society.  Part one of a two-part interview. LISTEN NOW 

Segment Two: How the pandemic more starkly reveals the digital divide in Eastern Kentucky. Our guest is Peter Hille, President of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development  | Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting: officials, advocates concerned as domestic violence rises | Behind the scenes of concerts and sporting events at Lexington’s Rupp Arena. A visit with Technical Services Manager Bob Stoops and Ticket Office Manager Jeff Bojanowski. They've been around for decades. They've seen a thing or two. LISTEN NOW 

In order of appearance: 

Caroline Peyton 

Peter Hille 

Eleanor Klibanoff 

Rupp Arena's Bob Stoops and Jeff Bojanowski


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