Bloomington author Erika Stevenson discusses her story of childhood survival, Fighting for Road Apples.
Film historian Christel Schmidt gave two talks about Mary Pickford before a screening of "Sparrows" at the IU Cinema.
Steve Pollitt adds a new addition to his collection of exotic woodwinds—a replica of a tiny Stone Age flute made of bone.
We speak with anthropologist Adrienne Kaeppler of the Smithsonian Institution about the Holophusicon, a pioneering 18th-century natural history museum.
The Meadowood Singers' voices may be dimmed by age, but at the annual Christmas concert their spirits are bright.
A new book of letters by Kurt Vonnegut shows his verbal wit, warmth toward his children, and anger at having his books pulled from a school curriculum.
Adam Schwartz speaks with acclaimed violinist Stanley Ritchie about his guide to Baroque violin technique and style.
Gene Coyle, IU professor and spy novelist, talks with Adam Schwartz on the art of the spy novel and recommends some of his favorites in the genre.
A profile of opera singer and voice teacher Joe Mace, who played four characters in the IU Opera production of Candide.
IU alumnus Philip Carli demonstrates the art of silent film accompaniment.