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Will Empire Maker come through or will Peace Rule? No, it's not Iraq, it's Churchill Downs and we'll have Jenny Rees of the Louisville Courier-Journal give a preview of this year's Kentucky Derby.
Thirty years ago, horse racing fans witnessed a Triple Crown victory for what some describe as the perfect horse: Secretariat. Kathleen Adams looks back on the horse's run in the Kentucky Derby which set a record that stands to this day.
The Happiest Little Prison in Bangkok
Prison is a laughing matter in Thailand.
Beyond the Shadow of the Senators
For many years, before baseball's color line was crossed, the best team in Washington D.C. was not the Senators of the American League, it was the Homestead Grays of the Negro League.
Cross Country Lawnmower Man
In 1999 Brad Hauter became the first person to complete a transcontinental trip on a lawn mower, setting a Guinness world record by trekking more than four thousand miles. Apparently he wasn't satisfied with that record, because on March 19th, Hauter started yet another lawn mower trip, this time he hopes to travel more than 5,000 miles. Hauter took time out from his trip to join us.
Bill reflects on the misadventures of Iowa State men's basketball coach Larry Eustachy.
Scandalous College Coaches and More with Charlie Pierce
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The NBA and NHL postseasons, naughty college coaches, and a Wimbledon tradition bows out.
Jeff Rice reports from Celebration Park, Idaho, where one can explore the multifaceted nature of one particular target sport.
This program aired on May 3, 2003.
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