At age 23, Sallyann Murphy was the youngest TV producer for the British Broadcasting Corporation. Murphy has gone on to work as an investigative journalist for a variety of publications, including the Daily Mail. She now teaches history and media studies at Harmony High School in Bloomington, Indiana.
Debra Kent, who has held a variety of positions in Bloomington community groups in addition to her work at Indiana University, sits down for an interview.
Janis Starcs, a man who is very active in the Bloomington community, sits down with Bob Willard for an interview.
Author Sara Hoskinson-Frommer is heavily influenced by her experiences living in southern Indiana. She joins Profiles for a discussion about her writing.
Bloomington cartoonist Joe Lee sits down with Profiles for an interview.
Monroe County's first African American judge, Viola Taliaferro, sits down with WFIU's Bob Willard to talk about her life and work in the Bloomington community.