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Stuff you missed or wanted to hear again

Stuff you missed or wanted to hear again


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Stuff you missed or wanted to hear again




Jack "Goose" Givens on the impact and loss of Reggie Warford

Jack "Goose" Givens discusses the impact of Reggie Warford helping to break the color barrier of the Kentucky Men's Basketball team, helping to recruit other black players, and the message that Warford being on the court sent to younger players who had not seen men that looked like them playing for UK before...


WHAS 100 with Paul Miles

To celebrate our 100th year broadcasting, Terry is talking with some of the voices of WHAS past including Paul Miles. Paul, or Miles as we call him around here, discusses his upcoming 30th anniversary, how he got on the WHAS airwaves, covering the UK scandal in the late 80s, and getting to be close to some of the most famous people in the world...


Hayley and the Knobs on Uvalde, Jussie Smollett's return, and Johnny vs Amber coming to an end

Hayley and the Knobs discuss the racial incident at Male High School, the inaccurate social media/media reports surrounding the Texas school shooting, Jussie Smollett's return to show business, and Johnny versus Amber coming to an end...


Brian Karem talks the insurrection, echo chamber journalism, and his new book "Free The Press"

Brian Karem, the White House correspondent for Playboy and political analyst for CNN, discusses how he got his White House press pass revoked (and how he got it back), his view of the insurrection, whether or not Trump will run again, the downfall/challenges of journalism and how to fix it, new you want versus news that you need, and his new book "Free The Press"...


Hayley and the Knobs on Johnny vs Amber, Stephen Tyler, and how to murder your husband

Hayley and the Knobs update the happenings at the Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial, Stephen Tyler going back into rehab, and a women who wrote about killing her husband and then actually did it...


Morgan McGarvey talks Uvalde, abortion, and representing minorities

State Senator Morgan McGarvey discussed his successes in the Kentucky Senate and Frankfort's relationship with Louisville, the shooting in Texas and changes he feels need to be made, what a Roe V Wade reversal would mean for women in Kentucky, representing minorities, and his goals in running for the soon-to-be vacant 3rd District Congressional seat when John Yarmuth retires...


David Holton on the DOJ's investigation into mental health issues handled by Metro government

Judge David Holton discusses the Department of Justice's investigation into the high number of people with mental health issues in Jefferson County that seem to be being left behind by Metro government and the possibility that the issues violate the Americans with Disabilities Act...


Phillip Cherry on Henrietta Helm and a possible film about her

Actor Phillip Cherry tells the story of his ancestor Henrietta Helm and her amazing story being the principal of the Portland Colored Evening School in the 1800s and how that story make be a feature film soon...


Hayley and the Knobs on Ricky Gervais' new special and Courtney Love involving herself in Johnny vs Amber

Hayley and the Knobs talk Ricky Gervais trying to push the envelope with his new special, stress relief TV, Will Smith playing the victim, and Courtney Love involving herself in the Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial...


Neil DeGrasse Tyson talks aliens, vampires, and more before he comes to town next month

Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson is coming to the Louisville Palace on June 9th. He talked about his upcoming show, aliens, vampires, dinosaurs, the expanding universe, and more...


John Yarmuth says Marjorie Taylor Greene is "insane" and Massie is a "laughing stock"

Congressman John Yarmuth started off discussing Justin Thomas' second PGA Championship, but quickly turned to the primary elections taking places across the country and his views on Congresspersons Marjorie Taylor Greene and Thomas Massie...


Hayley and the Knobs on Monkeypox, New York City, and Johnny versus Amber

Hayley and the Knobs talk Monkeypox, Hayley's trip to NYC, the latest on the Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial, and Dave Chappelle making jokes again...


Meet Dare to Care's new leader, Vincent James Sr

Vincent James Sr., the new President and CEO Dare to Care, dropped-by the studio to discuss the history of Dare to Care, how they help the community fight hunger, the number of people who need help in our community growing, and how you can help their cause...


Ryan Ogle previews the 2024 PGA at Valhalla

Ryan Ogle, the Tourney Director of the 2024 PGA Championship that is to be held here in Louisville, wraps-up the Tulsa event that Louisville's own Justin Thomas won last night and previews the 2024 event at Valhalla...


WHAS 100 with Denton Randall

To celebrate our 100th year broadcasting, Terry is talking with some of the voices of WHAS past including Denton Randall. Denton catches us up on his life in south Florida, his career in WEBN, moving to talk radio and WHAS...


WWII vet Jerry Kincaid calls for Armed Forces Week

Army Major Jerry Kincaid talks about his service in WWII, living in a hut in England, running supply missions, and what he did when he returned home...


Stuart Ray says he will stay "Louisville-focused"

Stuart Ray, who is the Republican candidate for the 3rd District Congressional seat, discussed his careers before politics, what he would bring the the 3rd District, dealing with inflation, energy independence, and other issues on the ballot this Fall...


Craig Greenberg discusses his vision for Louisville's future

Craig Greenberg, the Democrat candidate for Mayor, discusses economic development and investing in local businesses, bettering the Metro's relationship with Frankfort, dealing with projected budget shortfalls, public safety and getting more LMPD officers, and how to better deal with the homeless community...


Bill Dieruf wants Louisvillians to love living in Louisville

Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf thanked those who cast their vote for him yesterday to make him the Republican candidate for the Mayor of Louisville. He also discussed creating a better relationship with Frankfort, economic development, providing the desired services, future budget issues, public safety, and the importance of experience...


Charles Booker says his race against Rand Paul will change the face of democracy

Senate candidate Charles Booker started off by thanking Kentucky for its support and then quickly got into why he believes he can beat Rand Paul in November, the From The Hood To The Holler movement, and why this race could change the face of democracy in our country...