New York Times bestselling author Charles Graeber discusses his book, The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer, that details revolutionary scientific research in immunotherapy, with Dr. Thomas Gajewski, who oversees the melanoma oncology clinic at the University of Chicago and leads the immunology and cancer program at the university's Comprehensive Cancer Center. The interview was recorded at the University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum.
Somerset rolls out the red carpet and puts their artists, musicians, and local brewery in the spotlight; the aluminum can in your fridge has a life cycle and migration you'll have to see to believe; and Brigid Kaelin brings Kentucky flair to an international audience through her Louisville roots.
Chart-topping band Exile hits the road performing their greatest hits, step into the extraordinary at Louisville's superhero-themed restaurant SuperChefs, and explore the history of Ulysses S. Grant and his Kentucky connections and inspirations in this first of a three-part series.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee Shaw speaks with Donald Mason, executive director of Lexington's Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center. Mason discusses the Lyric's rich history and importance to the city's African American community and how its mission has evolved since it reopened in 2010. WATCH NOW.
A New Year’s Eve tradition continues with the New York Philharmonic, led by new music director Jaap van Zweden, welcoming opera great Renée Fleming for a festive evening of music. From the waltzes of Johann Strauss II to musical pearls from Stephen Sondheim and film composer Alexandre Desplat, Fleming and the Philharmonic conjure the elegance and sparkle of a night at the Ball.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra and guest artists Midori, Yo-Yo Ma, Thomas Hampson, and others celebrate Leonard Bernstein in this concert at Tanglewood. Audra McDonald hosts.
It’s not the holidays without a fantastic model train. Ride the miniature rails with Kentucky Muse as we follow the creative team of Applied Imagination. This Alexandria, Kentucky-based studio creates spectacular holiday and seasonal train displays that delight crowds at botanical gardens across the United States. including Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.
John Feinstein is the author of 35 books, including two #1 New York Times Bestsellers. His most recent non-fiction book, Where Nobody Knows Your Name, was his 23rd New York Times bestseller. He is interviewed by Mike Tirico, an NBC sportscaster and commentator. Tirico was recently named the studio host of NBC's Football Night in America. The interview was recorded at the University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum.