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One to One with Bill Goodman

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Kentucky House Speaker-elect Jeff Hoover discusses the upcoming legislative session, the Republicans taking the House, and his thoughts about being elected Speaker.
Bill and his guests Matthew La Rocco, Harm Reduction and Community Outreach Specialist at Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness, and Arlene Rice, founder of the Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition, discuss the opioid epidemic and how one pr
From the Kentucky Book Fair, Bill speaks with former U.S. Representative Barney Frank.
Bill sits down with the Kentucky Youth Advocates Executive Director Dr. Terry Brooks. Bill and Dr. Brooks discuss the latest Kids Count Report and the issues facing Kentucky's youth.
Bill speaks with technologist and author Ramez Naam and water conservation expert Seth Siegel.
Journalist Al Cross analyzes the presidential campaign and coal's influence on Kentucky races. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle talks about the broken politics in Washington and his latest book, Crisis Point.
Brooke Raby and Frank X Walker sit down with Bill to preview the Kentucky Book Fair.
Bill speaks with incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Rand Paul, who is currently running for re-election against Lexington Mayor Jim Gray.
Bill's guest is Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Democratic Party candidate for U.S. Senate. He is running against incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul.
Bill speaks with Incumbent Republican from Kentucky's 6th District, Congressman Andy Barr. Barr is running for re-election against Democratic candidate Nancy Jo Kemper.
Bill's guest is Nancy Jo Kemper, Democratic Party candidate for Kentucky's 6th District. She is running against incumbent Republican Congressman Andy Barr.
Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville, discusses the 25th anniversary of the Center. Bill also speaks with Daniel Hayes of the online magazine Thought Catalog.
Former state Auditor Adam Edelen and Kentucky Sports Radio host Matt Jones discuss their new political organization, the New Kentucky Project.
State Labor Cabinet Secretary Derrick Ramsey is one of the quarterbacks of the team trying to boost Kentucky’s workforce. He sits down with Bill to talk about creating jobs and developing the workforce skills needed for employers in Kentucky.
Bill sits down with Dr. Stephen Pruitt, Kentucky's Commissioner of Education. Dr. Pruitt was hired to his new position in September of 2015 and started his education career in Georgia as a high school chemistry teacher. Bill asks Dr. Pruitt abo
Bill talks with Secretary Hal Heiner, head of Kentucky's Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. Sec. Heiner discusses the launch of the Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative.
Bill sits down with husband and wife political consultants Mary Matalin and James Carville, who were in Kentucky to speak to the Southern Legislative Conference.
Bill speaks with English journalist Katty Kay. Kay, the anchor of BBC World News America, talks about choosing journalism as a career path, U.S. politics and the fall 2016 elections, and her book The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self
Scott Jennings and Jonathan Miller sit down with Bill to discuss national politics and the Fancy Farm picnic.
Peter Baniak, vice president and editor at the Lexington Herald-Leader, and Jon Fleischaker, a Louisville attorney, sit down with Bill to discuss the Kentucky Open Records Act.
Bill speaks with Executive Cabinet Secretary Scott Brinkman and Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson.
From ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference in Lexington, Bill speaks with Mary Shelman, former director of Harvard's Business School of Agribusiness, and professor and marketing expert Damien McLoughlin.
Bill sits down with U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to discuss his book, "The Long Game: A Memoir."
Drs. Raynor Mullins and Wanda Gonsalves discuss oral health integration - coordinating oral health with primary medical and behavioral health care. Part of KET's Inside Oral Health Care initiative.
At ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, Bill sits down with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Alonna Wright, a University of Kentucky student who is studying the science of corn earworms.
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