Will Murphy speaks with John Searle, known for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and social philosophy.
Joe Goetz interviews pianist Jean-Louis Haguenaure, renowned interpreter of the French repertoire who is currently recording Debussy's complete piano music.
Yaël Ksander hosts a conversation with family studies historian Stephanie Coontz, and Annie Corrigan speaks with food historian Amy Bentley.
This special edition of Profiles explores the intersections of race and class as they pertain to life in south-central Indiana.
Betsy Shepherd interviews Jonathan Banks, who attended Indiana University as an undergraduate and has since made a 40-year career acting in film and television.
Trish Kerle interviews photographer and documentary filmmaker Carolyn Jones, whose projects seek to promote cross-cultural understanding and global citizenry.
As part of NPR's Cities Project, NPR producer Franklyn Cater and former New York City urban designer Alexandros Washburn discuss cities in the 21st century.