Paducah 2 television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community & Technical College. Paducah 2 provides instruction and training in multimedia production and provides the citizens of the Paducah, Kentucky area with quality public, educational, and government access programming.
Browse through our shows below (you can toggle between multiple episodes per show)
or check out our Youtube Channel!
Live acoustic musicians in a casual coffeehouse setting in the Clemens Fine Arts Center
is what Backstage Pass is all about. Guests have the opportunity to go backstage and
get a chance to watch a live performance right on the stage.
Berry Craig, a WKCTC professor of history, has been the host of Berry Craig's Notebook
since 1989, the year he came to the college after spending a dozen years as a daily
newspaper columnist. A 30-minute talk show, Berry Craig's Notebook features a variety
of guests and topics. Craig has talked baseball with a New York Yankees scout with
a quartet of World Series championship rings and has listened to a harrowing tale
of a World War II B-17 bomber crewman shot down in the English Channel. In between,
Berry and his guests have discussed politics, history, civil rights, women's rights,
labor unions, movies, religion, humor, psychology, ecology, music, business, and more.
Community Service Spotlight focuses on highlighting local non-profit organizations
and informing the public about their mission, vision and service area.
Chef Patrick Fletcher, program coordinator for WKCTC's Culinary Arts Program, produces
Cooking at the College.
Greg Baur and Darlene Pigford talk to experts who can help achieve positive, consistent
behaviors from your pet, educate you about animal issues, as well as celebrate their
love of animals.
This series is designed to inform and educate viewers about various health issues.
Kaylene Cornell, Purchase District Health Department Health Education Coordinator
is the host of Healthy Living. Stacey Young of Western Baptist Hospital hosted from
June 2011 - February 2012.
Hosts Jim and Jeanetta Pollard interview guests with tips and events targeted at the
active over fifty crowd! The Fabulous Fifties and Beyond is part of the cable TV program
and syndicated newspaper column of the same name. Our mantra is "Use It Or Lose It",
urging those in the 50's age group and beyond to do something with the life they have
remaining. Write a book, travel, volunteer...do something. We are looking for stories
of individuals and groups that are "using it".
At the heart of The Heart of Collaboration is The Collaborative Women's Conference.
The CWC began, in spirit, more than 26 years ago. It is an extension of the local
church, a supporter of all churches, pastors and their wives, women's ministries,
women ministers and wives of associate ministers, and organizations designed to assist
women and their families. Join host Dr. Bernice Belt as she explores issues involving
women, the church and their community relations on this exciting program.
Jamie Smith, Cancer Control Specialist, and the Kentucky Cancer Program is working
to identify cancer problems and mobilize communities into action. Funded by the General
Assembly and jointly administered by the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University
of Louisville and the Lucille Parker Markey Cancer Center at the University of Kentucky,
KCP focuses specifically on the state's cancer problems.
Join Anthony Walton in his series about L.I.F.E. After Lockup. Rev. Walton was incarcerated
over 20 years ago. He tells of how personal tragedy can change your life for the better
with determination, a positive attitude, and help from the community.
Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center. The center was founded in 1978 by a group of
dedicated volunteers who were committed to ending domestic violence in our community.
Since its inception, the Merryman House has grown to a comprehensive advocacy program
offering both residency and outreach services to meet the needs of victims of intimate
partner abuse and their dependents as they strive to live free of violence in their
MHDCC in the only certified domestic violence program in the Purchase Area Development District. Along with a 24 bed emergency shelter, the MHDCC offers a variety of intervention and prevention programs. The Purchase Area Development District is made up of the 8 most western counties in the state of Kentucky: Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Marshall, and McCracken.
Jimmie Moore started as a news broadcaster at Murray State University's WKMS. He went
on to D.J. a late night music show, Pillow Talk, at WKYX and later hosted The Jimmie
Moore Talk Show on that station. Now he brings his show to Paducah 2. Jimmie has a
variety of guests discussing subjects of particular interest to Paducah's minority
The Kentucky Weather Preparedness Committee -- Western Division
Our Vision -- To educate and prepare every Kentuckian for potentially life-threatening weather events and consequences.
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by
its congressional charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red
Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent,
prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
Rays of Hope is hosted by Amy Clevidence of the Purchase Area Sexual Assault and Child
Advocacy Center, and features various issues related to sexual violence, prevention
information and intervention techniques. The program is designed to educate viewers
about the services available to them, the effects of sexual violence and opportunities
that exist should they choose to become involved in the effort to make McCracken County
a safer community for all.
Sponsored by Paducah Cooperative Ministry, Reflections spotlights local community-based
ministries, engages pastors and faith leaders in study of scripture, examines issues
facing the community, and explores PCM's varied services and programs.
River City Presents with Daniel Hurt, brought to you by Project Pomona, will delve
into the stories of greater Paducah's leaders in politics, business, art, and culture.
Tourism Talk is hosted by the Paducah Convention and Visitor's Bureau's Executive
Director, Mary Hammond. This series promotes the city of Paducah as a perfect travel
destination by highlighting various events, activities, and programs happening in
and around the city.
Labor Unions have played a pivotal role in the development of our great nation since
they began organizing in the 1820s. Join Berry Craig as he talks with his guests about
local Union issues.