On this week's episode, our conversation with Will Scheibel about Casablanca.
A new era begins as the choral department announces additions to it's faculty lineup.
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.
In this video from the Lilly Library, Manuscripts Archivist Craig Simpson is showing off some material from the Lilly archives covering the silent film era.
In this video special, we are visiting the Lilly Library on the Indiana University campus.
In this interview I'm talking to director Andrew Disney about his film Searching For Sonny, playing at the Indy Film Fest.
On this week's episode, we're inviting Lisa Trifone, the managing director of the Indy Film Fest on the show to talk about the fest coming up July 19-29.
An Indiana University historian has discovered and restored what might be the oldest gramophone recording in the world, using a technique he developed himself.
Indiana University professor Richard Seraphinoff balances teaching and performing with producing custom-made natural horns in his Bloomington, Indiana workshop.
Everyday life in Bloomington in the 1850s was a drama of scarce water and free-range pigs. The allure for prospective entrepreneurs was not obvious.