News of the Week, April 19, 2019

Comment on Kentucky

News of the Week, April 19, 2019

Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant. Scheduled guests: Linda Blackford, Lexington Herald-Leader; Ryland Barton, Kentucky Public Radio; and Tom Loftus, Louisville Courier Journal.

Column: Will I Be Penalized for Not Getting Medicare at 65? It Depends

PBS NewsHour

Column: Will I Be Penalized for Not Getting Medicare at 65? It Depends

In his latest Making $ense column, Phil Moeller of PBS explains the levels of Medicare eligibility and different signup periods and responds to viewer questions about Medicare, senior care, and Social Security.

Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World – The Telescope

Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World

Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World – The Telescope

Meet the brilliant minds throughout history, from Galileo to Edwin Hubble, responsible for creating the telescope. Today, their invention allows humanity to reach the furthest limits of seeing – 13 billion light-years out.

The Egg: Life’s Perfect Invention

Nature

The Egg: Life’s Perfect Invention

How is an egg made? Why are they the shape they are? And perhaps most importantly, why lay an egg at all? Step by step as the egg hatches, host David Attenborough reveals the wonder behind these incredible miracles of nature. Watch now.

Vaccinations: Who, What, When, and Why?

Kentucky Health

Vaccinations: Who, What, When, and Why?

Dr. Tuckson speaks with Dr. Lori Caloia, medical director of Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness.

Future Food

Ecosense for Living

Future Food

Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, the senior writer of DrawDown, tells us how much our food choices affect our health and climate change. In New Orleans, the Audubon Nature Society promotes an annual sustainable seafood dinner. "Bug Apetit!" explores serving up a better future. Take crickets, for instance! High in protein, they're hopping into popular culture in New York City and London.

The Young at Heart Band, Natural Soap Making, and The Savage Radley

Kentucky Life

The Young at Heart Band, Natural Soap Making, and The Savage Radley

Young at Heart's group of octogenarians keep the classics alive by performing throughout Central Kentucky, Maple Ridge Soaps in Bracken County makes soap the natural and 2800 B.C. way, and western Kentucky's The Savage Radley sing about small-town Kentucky life.

Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

FRONTLINE

Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Elizabeth Perez, a decorated U.S. Marine veteran living in Cleveland, fights to reunite her family after her undocumented husband, Marcos, is deported. Acclaimed filmmaker David Sutherland examines the U.S. immigration system through the lives of two unforgettable protagonists whose lives reveal the human cost of deportation.

Unforgotten S. 3, Ep. 2

Masterpiece

Unforgotten S. 3, Ep. 2

The search for what happened to Hayley begins as the team travel down to Middenham to meet her family.

Season 8, Episode 3

Call the Midwife

Season 8, Episode 3

The Turners oversee a measles vaccination trial while the rest of the team tries to bring the beach to Poplar. Valerie helps a struggling mother accept her son’s birth defect.