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.
Moya Andrews interviews economist and new dean of IU Bloomington's Collage of Arts and Sciences Larry Singell.
Owen Johnson interviews IU Bloomington political science professor Beate Sissenich in one of four Profiles programs devoted to discussion of the European Union.
This special installment of Profiles revisits the life of the late Indiana University President and Chancellor Herman B Wells.
Renowned soprano and Indiana University alum Angela Brown is noted for her vocal power, high pianissimos, and larger-than-life personality.
Jorja Fleezanis is professor of music and the Henry A. Upper Chair in Orchestral Studies at IU’s Jacobs School of Music.
IU Assistant Athletic Director Chuck Crabb, who is best known for his work as public address announcer for IU Athletics, sits down for an interview.