David Simon, Tom Roznowski, Church Musicians III: Handbells!

This week on Artworks, a conversation with The Wire's David Simon, the city of Terre Haute as it was in 1927, and ringing in the season with handbells.

This week on Artworks,

WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie speaks with The Wire’s David Simon about his portrait of a struggling Baltimore.

Also on the program,

The city of Terre Haute in 1927 is put under the spotlight by local author Tom Roznowski.

And in the fourth installment of our Church Musicians series, I’ll try my hand at the handbells with a little help from director Elaine Sonnenburg.

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