Episode 15 – St. James Art Show

Rick talks with St. James Art show director Margue Esrock about what to expect this weekend. He also visits with hemp proponent Mose Putney about that controversial crop and it’s place in Kentucky agriculture. Those interviews plus Rick’s take on the news of the week.

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Margue Esrock
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Mose Putney

Episode 14 – Claudia Coffey and Kris Kimel

This week Rick talks with WHAS-TV news anchor Claudia Coffey, a Louisville native who has done a story on human trafficking that points out a problem you might not think really exists here. Plus, there’s a conversation with Idea Festival founder Kris Kimel about the phenomenal growth of that annual event. Rick went to a few sessions before recording the podcast. Rick has a take on a scandal in Frankfort and some local media news.

Kris Kimel
Kris Kimel
Claudia Coffey
Claudia Coffey

Episode 13 – Metro Councilman Jerry Miller and JTown notable John Cosby

Rick takes the time to sit down with Metro Councilman Jerry Miller to talk about his political future. At the outset of the Jeffersontown Gaslight Festival, he also sits with John Cosby to talk about what’s going on during the event.

Metro Councilman Jerry Miller
Metro Councilman Jerry Miller
John Cosby
John Cosby

Episode 12 – John Y. Brown III and Dan McDonnell

Fresh off of the Champions Breakfast, U of L Baseball coach Dan McDonnell sits with rick to talk about leadership and how to get to where you want to be and John Y. Brown III visits the studio to talk about his book “Musings From The Middle”. Plus, Rick shares his thoughts on the ¬†UofL/UK football game.

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John Y. Brown III
Coach Dan McDonnell
Coach Dan McDonnell

Episode 11 – Gill Holland & Kirsty Gaukel

Rick talks with the “Mayor of NULU” and proponent of the Portland neighborhood, Gill Holland and also welcomes in Kirsty Gaukel from Actors Theatre to talk about what’s going on with that venerable organization.

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Gill Holland
Kirsty Gaukel from Actors Theatre.
Kirsty Gaukel from Actors Theatre.

Episode 10 – John Asher and Angie Fenton

Louisville media all-around good guy John Asher drops by to chat with Rick. Friend of the show Angie Fenton also gets to grill Rick with questions on the occasion of his 53rd birthday.

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John Asher
Angie Fenton grills Rick about dating on his birthday.
Angie Fenton grills Rick about dating on his birthday.

Episode 9 – Ben Rhodes and John Boel

This week, Rick welcomes in 16-year old race car driver Ben Rhodes who is making successful strides toward making a name for himself in the racing community and John Boel, Wave 3 morning guy and Louisville Ironman competitor.

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Ben Rhodes
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John Boel

Episode 8 – Terry Boyd and David James

Rick talks with InsiderLouisville.com founder Terry Boyd and Louisville Metro Council member David James, plus get Rick’s take on the news of the week.

Metro Council member David James
Metro Council member David James
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Terry Boyd of InsiderLouisville.com

Episode 7 – Diane Williamson & Angie Fenton

In a busy week of news, Rick welcomes Angie Fenton into the studio to talk about the “Mayor For Life” and other tidbits. He also chats with the golden pipes of Diane Williamson, the voice of OnStar. Follow Rick on Twitter at @rickyredding.

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Diane Williamson
Angie Fenton
Angie Fenton

Episode 6 – Brendan McCarthy & Marianne Zickuhr

Rick talks with Brendan McCarthy from the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and Marianne Zickuhr from Preservation Louisville and shares his take on the Barbara Shanklin trial.

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Brendan McCarthy
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Marianne Zickuhr