Will Murphy speaks with Professor James Scott, whose research centers on peasants of Southeast Asia and their strategies to resist domination.
John Bailey speaks with multi-talented TV veteran Marc Summers.
In the first half-hour, Annie Corrigan interviews standup comic Mat Alano-Martin. Next, Addison Rogers speaks with comedian, actor, and writer Andy Kindler.
Josh Brewer hosts an interview with documentary filmmaker Tony Buba, and Yaël Ksander speaks with mixed-media artist Joseph Bernard.
Trish Kerlé hosts speaks with the former executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust.
WFIU alumnus Adam Ragusea interviews Bill Siemering, a key innovator in the development of public radio.
Janae Cummings speaks with Kinsey Institute Director Sue Carter and to Kinsey sexuality researcher Justin Garcia.
Sumit Ganguly speaks with Fred de Sam Lazaro, special correspondent for PBS NewsHour.
WFIU's John Bailey speaks with veteran Hollywood film director and IU alumnus David Anspaugh, best known for such movies as Hoosiers and Rudy.
Tom Roznowski interviews Indiana historian and author James H. Madison.