Bloomington, Ind. ― On Sunday, May 16th at 7 p.m., WFIU Public Radio will air a special installment of Profiles, revisiting the life of the late Indiana University President and Chancellor Herman B Wells.
Wells was a central figure in the development of Indiana University as a top research and teaching institution. This program will view Wells’ legacy from the perspective of his own comments as well as those of his colleagues, faculty, and friends. Listeners will hear archival recordings of ceremonies, interviews with prominent people in the IU community, and Herman B Wells. The program was produced by Cary Boyce, Byron Smith, and Pat Hawkins. Pat Hawkins narrates.
Audio of this program will be available for streaming beginning on Monday, May 17th at wfiu.org/profiles/
Profiles is a weekly radio program featuring a new guest each week, ranging from painters to journalists, delving into the person behind the persona.
WFIU—Public Radio from Indiana University—broadcasts in Bloomington at 103.7 fm, with translators in Columbus at 100.7 fm, French Lick/West Baden at 101.7 fm, Greensburg at 98.9 fm, Kokomo at 106.1 fm, and Terre Haute at 95.1 fm. WFIU is an NPR member station offering local and national news as well as jazz and classical music.