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.
Janae Cummings hosts an interview with Eric Deggans, NPR’s first full-time television critic.
Gena Asher speaks with feminist economist Nancy Folbre, whose work focuses on economics and the family, non-market work, and the economics of care.
Sumit Ganguly speaks with Steven Miller, director of the International Security Program at Harvard University.
In this two-part Profiles, we interview a popular legal reporter and the man called the “most famous unknown painter in America.”
Ja’Tovia Gary, Stefani Saintonge, and Penelope Spheeris took part in Directed by Women, a festival at the IU Cinema that showcased work by female filmmakers.