Bob Willard hosts this 1998 Profiles interview with Toby Strout, longtime director of Middle Way House. Strout died in February of 2017 at age 71.
Patrick O'Meara interviews Broadcast.com co-founder Todd Wagner; Jon Vickers speaks with Jim Fielding, head of consumer products for DreamWorks Animation.
Shayne Laughter interviews poet and professor P. J. Wesley, survivor of the Liberian wars of the 1990s and author of four books of poetry.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Indian economist, bureaucrat, and writer Narendra Jadhav.
Janae Cummings speaks with Kinsey Institute Director Sue Carter and to Kinsey sexuality researcher Justin Garcia.
WFIU's John Bailey speaks with veteran Hollywood film director and IU alumnus David Anspaugh, best known for such movies as Hoosiers and Rudy.
Janae Cummings hosts an interview with Eric Deggans, NPR’s first full-time television critic.
Through December the IU Art Museum is exhibiting "Grand Allusions," Robert Barnes' late works which blur the lines between representational and abstract art.
Owen Johnson interviews Professor James Capshew, historian of science and learning at IU Bloomington, and author of a new biography on Herman B Wells.
Hanson leaves Indiana University after a career that has included serving as provost and executive vice president, dean, and professor. Patrick O’Meara hosts.