Trish Kerlé speaks with Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker John J. Valadez.
Patrick O'Meara interviews Broadcast.com co-founder Todd Wagner; Jon Vickers speaks with Jim Fielding, head of consumer products for DreamWorks Animation.
Steve Sanders interviews Linda Greenhouse, who reported on the U.S. Supreme Court for The New York Times for 30 years.
Shayne Laughter interviews poet and professor P. J. Wesley, survivor of the Liberian wars of the 1990s and author of four books of poetry.
Will Murphy interviews IU Professor Michael Adams, historian of English, lexicography, and slang.
Andy Findley speaks with Brazilian artist and photographer Vik Muniz, and Will Murphy speaks with author and photographer Rosamond Purcell.
David Carter speaks with director John Boorman, whose films include "Deliverance" and "Hope and Glory."
Steve Sanders speaks with law professor Eric Segall, an expert on constitutional law.
Will Murphy speaks with "Brother" William Morris, Friday-afternoon host of WFIU’s jazz program Just You and Me.
Andy Findley interviews film archivist Rick Prelinger and David Carter speaks with the Alloy Orchestra, a trio that performs music to accompany silent movies.