Join Becky Magura as she sits down with Grammy Award Winner Ray Stevens who has sold over 40 million albums to talk about his success in the entertainment business for over 50 years and the Ray Stevens CabaRay show filmed weekly in a state-of-the-art style showroom in Nashville.
Join Becky Magura when she sits down with Dr. Penny Schwinn, Tennessee's education commissioner, to discuss her goals under Governor Lee's administration.
Join Becky Magura when she sits down with Jake Hoot to talk about his experience being a contestant on The Voice this season and working under Kelly Clarkson as his coach to compete for the trophy.
Join Becky Magura when she sits down with Sparta native, Kellie (Jolly) Harper, who is only the third Lady Vol head coach in the NCAA era of women's basketball.
Join Becky Magura as she sits down with Ken Burns and his team on their tour bus to discuss "Country Music," an eight-part, 16-hour exploration into the history of 20th century country music in America.
Join Becky Magura as she sits down with Doug Derryberry, a musician in New York City and part of the Sesame Street Band, to talk about what it was like being raised in Cookeville by his beloved parents, Dr. Walter and Alice Derryberry, and all the great things he's working on today.
Glenda Terry (67) and her daughter Shannon Terry (46) speak Shannon's brother Jordan, who had a heart attack 16 years ago, and is still on the road to recovery. They recall their journey of providing Jordan with care, and the ways this experience has shaped their lives.
Michael E. Birdwell (62) talks with his lifelong friend, Becky Magura (60), about his journey through multiple cancers, their lifelong friendship in Cookeville, and his dedication to telling Harry Warner's story.