WFIU's John Bailey speaks with veteran Hollywood film director and IU alumnus David Anspaugh, best known for such movies as Hoosiers and Rudy.
This two-part Profiles features a conversation with microbiologist Rachel Dutton and highlights of an archived interview with farmer Marcia Veldman.
Moya Andrews interviews economist and new dean of IU Bloomington's Collage of Arts and Sciences Larry Singell.
Felisha Legette-Jack, IU head women's basketball coach, sits down with Owen Johnson for an interview.
Krista Detor has shared stages with Joan Armatrading, Suzanne Vega, and Loudon Wainwright. Her album Mudshow reached the #1 spot on the Euro-Americana Chart.
Doug Bauder is the director of the Office of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Support Services at Indiana University. He has also served a wide range of churches and youth services. He spoke with Shana Ritter.
Mark McMath is chief information officer for Bloomington Hospital. He began his career at IBM in 1981 and has since held leadership roles with both for-profit and not-for-profit health care providers. He spoke with Moya Andrews.
Grey Larsen is a performer, recording artist, composer, and archivist, best known as one of the world's foremost players and exponents of the Irish flute.
Bloomington’s Malcolm Abrams has worked for a variety of publications, including Ladies’ Home Journal, Playboy, and the New York Times. He is most-recently founder of Bloomington’s lifestyle magazine, Bloom. He spoke with Moya Andrews.
Harold “Tuck” Langland is a sculpture, writer, and professor at IU South Bend where he taught in the fine arts department for over thirty years. He is currently the first vice president of the National Sculpture Society. He spoke with WFIU’s Adam Schwartz.