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The Rusty Satellite

A weekly podcast featuring Rick Redding
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The city’s longest-running and most interesting podcast is back with a show featuring two of the city’s most powerful women. I caught Deborah Bilitski at a good time – as it was announced by Gov. Andy Beshear this week that $10 million is being
If you’ve been a resident of the ‘Ville for any time at all, the experience of reading David Domine’s “A Dark Room in Glitter Ball City” will bring to mind a number of recognizable sights, sounds and facts about my hometown, not the least of wh
It’s a memorable episode of the city’s longest-running and most interesting podcast, featuring Metro Council president David James, and former TV news personality Kelsey Starks. When we last talked with James, he was full of energy and gearing
If you’re looking for some good news, an  uplifting couple of stories, you’ve come to the right place. The Rusty Satellite Show features one of the city’s most beloved individuals, John King, and Chad Broskey, who has returned to his hometown t
The Rusty Satellite shines on Portland this week, with my interview with the pastor of the Church of the Promise and the man behind the Portland Promise Center, Larry Stoess. We recorded our interview in his office, just in back of The Table re
Once you hear Piper Madison’s new album, “How Do I Love?”, you won’t believe she’s just 19 years old. But the Louisville native, who has been splitting time between her home here and Los Angeles since was 9, is the real deal. We met at Big Spri
They’re both, at heart, beer guys. My two guests have this in common — they parlayed their love for beer into entrepreneurial businesses that others want to be a part of. I met Sam Cruz at a hectic time — he and a small crew were prepping the k
I should have known it was going to be a big week Saturday, when I watched the end of the U of L football game from the UPS Flight Deck at Cardinal Stadium.  Headed for a near-certain overtime, the UCF QB threw a pick-6 that Card defender Jayli
The Rusty Satellite Show’s short hiatus is over and I’m back with more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. We start with Kristin Walls, one of my favorite local meteorologists who was a guest on, believe it or not, show #30 back in 20
It’s always a positive experience when you hang out with Dick Wilson, the world-class connector and philanthropist, who invited to me to a birthday lunch at the Louisville Thoroughbred Club.  Prior to feasting on a Chorizo Flatbread, Dick and I
Both of this week’s guests are talented, but come from completely different views when it comes to the ‘Ville. One is a lifelong resident, while the other just moved here. But they both love Louisville and are doing their part to make it better
Here in the dog days … the Rusty Satellite Show is rocking. The city’s most interesting podcast brings you newsy interviews with two local women — both of whom are making their second appearance on the show. In 2015, I interviewed Louisville Fo
From the movie Fight Club – the exact line is this: “The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club.” Well, we’re talking today with Chris and Amanda Griffin about the Fight Factory, a St. Matthews business tucked behind Momm
Every morning this week, I’ve headed over to Hounz Lane Park and spent an hour or two playing pickleball. I just discovered the sport in March, began playing in April, and have really honed in on it recently. In the local pickleball community,
This show features two of my favorite topics — golf and beer. That’s right, the city’s most interesting and longest-running podcast introduces you to a young gun on the PGA Tour, Stephen Stallings Jr.  Next weekend, Stallings will be competing
Welcome to the start of the next 400 shows in the illustrious history of the most interesting podcast in the ‘Ville. There’s no better way to start than with a remarkable guest — it is Drag Queen extraordinaire Tova Uravitch, or John, as he’s k
Eight years, 700+ guests, with a pandemic thrown in, the Rusty Satellite Show has persevered to reach a milestone unimaginable back in June 2013. But then again, there’s never been a reason to stop producing the longest-running podcast in the ‘
If you like being in the know about exciting new projects around here, you’re going like this spisode. It features a little-known patch of land in Indiana that’s becoming a crown jewel among area parks, and a program designed to put young peopl
It’s been a few thousand miles, one knee injury and a round of cicada-swatting since the last Rusty Satellite Show, and you’ll love this new episode from the ‘Ville’s longest-running and most interesting podcast. We missed a lot during the two-
The Rusty Satellite Show carries on with two delightful guests, each with a story that will bring a smile to your face. First up, you’ll hear from John Good, a horseman in his first life who last appeared on the show six years ago to tout his n
Here’s an idea — let’s go rapelling down the side of the Hyatt Regency downtown. Somebody must have said something along those lines at a meeting of the local Gilda’s Club organization. Next week, Bob Murphy, aka RoBo, is going to do just that
Time for more podcast excellence from the city’s longest-running and most interesting show — this week I made it down to Portland to see one of the show’s favorite guests – Gill Holland. I’ve known Gill for a while now, but every time we meet h
There’s no place like home during Derby Week. We all have cherished Derby memories – especially if you’ve been to the Infield, and now with the first post-COVID race we’re ready to make some more. This week I found two women who are absolutely
We’re in the home stretch. Despite the blanket of snow we experienced this week, the blanket of roses is being prepared and readied for the winner of the 147th Running of the Kentucky Derby. Of course, here at the Rusty Satellite Show, we’re re
It ain’t what we want, but all of us here in the ‘Ville are ready for the Kentucky Derby and its attendant happenings, aren’t we? And don’t look now, but the 147th Running of the Kentucky Derby is just 16 days away. But what I wanted to know wa
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