Lexington Herald Leader’s Reporter, Linda Blackford.
22nd Judicial Circuit’s Judge, Ernesto Scorsone.
Lexington Film League’s Lucy Jones.
Drummers David White and Rex Hart.
Red Barn Radio’s Producer and Director, Ed Commons.
District 3’s Councilmember, Jake Gibbs. Kentucky Arborists Association’s President, Sara Hesley.
Pohl Rosa Pohl’s Architect and Partner, Clive Pohl
Musicians, Tony Briggs and Lawrence Tarpey.
Musicians, Doug Breeding and Greg Austin.
French Thespians, Bérangère McNeese and Guillaume De Ginestel.
Photographer, Guy Mendes.
Artist and Musician, Lawrence Tarpey.
Dr. Ewell Scott joins Pat on the show today to discuss Single-Payer Heathcare.
Pat is joined by Heather Lyons who is the Executive Director at the Living Arts & Science Center here in Lexington to discuss some events and programs that go on at the Center.
Kentucky Novelist and Professor, Ed McClanahan joins the show today to share some of his stories from his latest book.
Pat is joined by Kelly Flood, 75th District State Representative, and Jim Gleason, Guitarist and Professor of Communication and Public Relations at Eastern Kentucky University.
Michael Benton who is a professor of Film studies and English Writing at Bluegrass Community & Technical College (BCTC) joins the show to talk about his classes and some politics.
Limelight Dance Company’s Teacher and Choreographer, Kate Hadfield. Palisades guitarist and Transylvania University’s Director of the Writing Center, Scott Whiddon.
Patrick is joined by Rich Copley, writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader, and Shevawn Akers, Council Person for the 2nd District.
Arthur Shechet and Frank Schaap join Patrick on the show today to discuss music and some local business.
Today Patrick is joined by a Council Person for the 3rd District, Jake Gibbs, to talk some local issues.
Duane Lundy joins the show today to discuss his studio, Shangri-la Productions.
Patrick is joined by Amber Luallen who is the Cultural Arts Director at the Lexington Recreation Department.
Our host Patrick McNeese is joined by two local artists, Paolo Dalpra and John Lacky, to talk about their art.