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Alan Lytle digs into the University of Kentucky's oral history archives with Louie B. Nunn Center Director Dr. Doug Boyd.

Latest Episodes

Saving Stories: Len Press And The Fateful Trip That Inspired KET

In this latest installment of WUKY's Award Winning history program Saving Stories, Alan Lytle talks with Dr. Doug Boyd, director of the Nunn Center for Oral History about the hours of interviews with Kentucky Education Television founder Len Press. The former WBKY general manager talks about his first visit to Knott County, Kentucky in 1952; a trip that would not only change the trajectory of his life and career, but also provide the spark of an idea of connectivity later realized through the

4 MINAUG 15
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Saving Stories: Len Press And The Fateful Trip That Inspired KET

Justice Stevens And The Coin Toss That Influenced Judicial History

WUKY's award winning history series Saving Stories with Dr. Doug Boyd from the Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries, returns with audio from the Heyburn Initiative For Excellence in the Federal Judiciary. Among the more than 40 interviews conducted by project director Anu Kasarabada, is a conversation with former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who died at the age of 99 earlier this month. Stevens is one of only a few Supreme Court Justices who started their law careers by

4 MINJUL 23
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Justice Stevens And The Coin Toss That Influenced Judicial History

Saving Stories: Kentucky Soldier Gives First-Hand Account Of D-Day Invasion

Thursday marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion and in a special edition of Saving Stories we hear a first-hand account of what it was like for the thousands of soldiers sent on a do-or-die mission to liberate France from the Nazis.

4 MINJUN 6
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Saving Stories: Kentucky Soldier Gives First-Hand Account Of D-Day Invasion

Nunn Center Chronicling UK's Cheerleading Dynasty

As the University of Kentucky Cheerleading Squad vies for yet another National Championship, the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries is collaborating on a project to preserve the program's rich and storied history. Center director Doug Boyd talks about it with WUKY's Alan Lytle in this edition of Saving Stories. You'll hear from two of the principals that helped usher in the modern era of cheerleading at UK.

6 MINJAN 17
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Nunn Center Chronicling UK's Cheerleading Dynasty

Saving Stories: Nunn Center's Tech Advances Create More Interactive Museum Experiences

In this edition of Saving Stories which we really should re-name Sharing Stories we learn more about how UK's Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History and it's OHMS system (Oral History Metadata Synchronizer) is being used in interactive exhibits at Louisville's Frazier History Museum and the new Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Museum in Owensboro. Center director Doug Boyd tells Alan Lytle the technological advancement takes oral history out of the confines of the library or online computer search and

10 MINJAN 8
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Saving Stories: Nunn Center's Tech Advances Create More Interactive Museum Experiences

Saving Stories: The Frank Ramsey Few Fans Really Knew

He played for two legendary basketball coaches, won a national title and several NBA championships, but a recent oral history interview with the late Frank Ramsey reveals much more about his life and legacy. WUKY's Alan Lytle and Nunn Center Director Dr. Doug Boyd talk about the Kentucky native who came to be known as the ultimate sixth man.

3 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Saving Stories: The Frank Ramsey Few Fans Really Knew

Saving Stories: Even The Newspaper Was Segregated

Saving Stories observes Black History Month with this look at how Lexington's daily mainstream newspapers handled coverage of African American communities. In 2004 the editor of the Lexington Herald Leader apologized for the newspaper's failures in covering the 1960's Civil Rights Movement.

4 MIN2018 FEB 8
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Saving Stories: Even The Newspaper Was Segregated

Saving Stories: Sue Grafton Talks Creative Process, Character Development In Kentucky Author Series

In this edition of Saving Stories Doug Boyd, director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History shares audio of an interview with the late Sue Grafton. It's part of the center's online series featuring Kentucky authors. In this 1993 conversation the Louisville native talks about her difficult childhood, how she came up with her signature Alphabet series of mystery novels and the creation of her lead character, private investigator Kinsey Millhone.

3 MIN2018 JAN 4
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Saving Stories: Sue Grafton Talks Creative Process, Character Development In Kentucky Author Series

Saving Stories: Nunn Center Partners With UK Great To Interview Big Blue Basketball Legends

The Louie B. Nunn Center For Oral History in the UK Libraries is partnering with former Wildcat great Kyle Macy for a project involving the university's storied men's basketball program. Today we feature the legendary exploits of Jack "Goose" Givens who's 41 point night helped the Wildcats defeat the Duke Blue Devils in the 1978 National Championship Game.

3 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Saving Stories: Nunn Center Partners With UK Great To Interview Big Blue Basketball Legends

Saving Stories: The Frontier Nursing Service

We observe Women's History Month with a story about the Frontier Nursing Service which introduced the first nurse-midwives to the United States. Founded in Leslie County by Mary Breckinridge, the nurses of the FNS would travel by horse to some of the most inaccessible regions of Eastern Kentucky. Betty Lester, a recruit from Great Britain shares her memories of her first day in the mountains.

3 MIN2017 MAR 14
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Saving Stories: The Frontier Nursing Service

Latest Episodes

Saving Stories: Len Press And The Fateful Trip That Inspired KET

In this latest installment of WUKY's Award Winning history program Saving Stories, Alan Lytle talks with Dr. Doug Boyd, director of the Nunn Center for Oral History about the hours of interviews with Kentucky Education Television founder Len Press. The former WBKY general manager talks about his first visit to Knott County, Kentucky in 1952; a trip that would not only change the trajectory of his life and career, but also provide the spark of an idea of connectivity later realized through the

4 MINAUG 15
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Saving Stories: Len Press And The Fateful Trip That Inspired KET

Justice Stevens And The Coin Toss That Influenced Judicial History

WUKY's award winning history series Saving Stories with Dr. Doug Boyd from the Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries, returns with audio from the Heyburn Initiative For Excellence in the Federal Judiciary. Among the more than 40 interviews conducted by project director Anu Kasarabada, is a conversation with former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who died at the age of 99 earlier this month. Stevens is one of only a few Supreme Court Justices who started their law careers by

4 MINJUL 23
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Justice Stevens And The Coin Toss That Influenced Judicial History

Saving Stories: Kentucky Soldier Gives First-Hand Account Of D-Day Invasion

Thursday marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion and in a special edition of Saving Stories we hear a first-hand account of what it was like for the thousands of soldiers sent on a do-or-die mission to liberate France from the Nazis.

4 MINJUN 6
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Saving Stories: Kentucky Soldier Gives First-Hand Account Of D-Day Invasion

Nunn Center Chronicling UK's Cheerleading Dynasty

As the University of Kentucky Cheerleading Squad vies for yet another National Championship, the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries is collaborating on a project to preserve the program's rich and storied history. Center director Doug Boyd talks about it with WUKY's Alan Lytle in this edition of Saving Stories. You'll hear from two of the principals that helped usher in the modern era of cheerleading at UK.

6 MINJAN 17
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Nunn Center Chronicling UK's Cheerleading Dynasty

Saving Stories: Nunn Center's Tech Advances Create More Interactive Museum Experiences

In this edition of Saving Stories which we really should re-name Sharing Stories we learn more about how UK's Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History and it's OHMS system (Oral History Metadata Synchronizer) is being used in interactive exhibits at Louisville's Frazier History Museum and the new Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Museum in Owensboro. Center director Doug Boyd tells Alan Lytle the technological advancement takes oral history out of the confines of the library or online computer search and

10 MINJAN 8
Comments
Saving Stories: Nunn Center's Tech Advances Create More Interactive Museum Experiences

Saving Stories: The Frank Ramsey Few Fans Really Knew

He played for two legendary basketball coaches, won a national title and several NBA championships, but a recent oral history interview with the late Frank Ramsey reveals much more about his life and legacy. WUKY's Alan Lytle and Nunn Center Director Dr. Doug Boyd talk about the Kentucky native who came to be known as the ultimate sixth man.

3 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Saving Stories: The Frank Ramsey Few Fans Really Knew

Saving Stories: Even The Newspaper Was Segregated

Saving Stories observes Black History Month with this look at how Lexington's daily mainstream newspapers handled coverage of African American communities. In 2004 the editor of the Lexington Herald Leader apologized for the newspaper's failures in covering the 1960's Civil Rights Movement.

4 MIN2018 FEB 8
Comments
Saving Stories: Even The Newspaper Was Segregated

Saving Stories: Sue Grafton Talks Creative Process, Character Development In Kentucky Author Series

In this edition of Saving Stories Doug Boyd, director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History shares audio of an interview with the late Sue Grafton. It's part of the center's online series featuring Kentucky authors. In this 1993 conversation the Louisville native talks about her difficult childhood, how she came up with her signature Alphabet series of mystery novels and the creation of her lead character, private investigator Kinsey Millhone.

3 MIN2018 JAN 4
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Saving Stories: Sue Grafton Talks Creative Process, Character Development In Kentucky Author Series

Saving Stories: Nunn Center Partners With UK Great To Interview Big Blue Basketball Legends

The Louie B. Nunn Center For Oral History in the UK Libraries is partnering with former Wildcat great Kyle Macy for a project involving the university's storied men's basketball program. Today we feature the legendary exploits of Jack "Goose" Givens who's 41 point night helped the Wildcats defeat the Duke Blue Devils in the 1978 National Championship Game.

3 MIN2017 DEC 14
Comments
Saving Stories: Nunn Center Partners With UK Great To Interview Big Blue Basketball Legends

Saving Stories: The Frontier Nursing Service

We observe Women's History Month with a story about the Frontier Nursing Service which introduced the first nurse-midwives to the United States. Founded in Leslie County by Mary Breckinridge, the nurses of the FNS would travel by horse to some of the most inaccessible regions of Eastern Kentucky. Betty Lester, a recruit from Great Britain shares her memories of her first day in the mountains.

3 MIN2017 MAR 14
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Saving Stories: The Frontier Nursing Service
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