Owen Johnson speaks with Russian journalist, music critic, concert promoter, and broadcaster Artemy Troitsky.
A rebroadcast of George Walker's 2003 interview with tuba master Harvey Phillips.
Owen Johnson speaks with Columbia University journalism professor Michael Schudson, a scholar of the history and sociology of the news media.
Owen Johnson hosts this interview with Gay Talese, one of the founders of the “New Journalism.”
Karen Hanson hosts this interview with biologist Ellen Ketterson.
Annie Corrigan hosts this interview with Alice Curry, executive director of the Columbus Philharmonic, who plays selections of her favorite music.
Annie Corrigan hosts this interview with Leonard Slatkin, the Arthur R. Metz Foundation Conductor at IU’s Jacobs School of Music.
Shana Ritter hosts this interview with poet Eileen Myles. The program includes Myles reading several of her poems.
David Brent Johnson hosts this interview with jazz trumpeter Pharez Whitted.
Cary Boyce conducts an interview with composer Steve Reich at the Indiana State University in Terre Haute. Program includes a Q&A session with the audience.
Shana Ritter hosts this interview with San Francisco-based writer and performance artist Canyon Sam.
Annie Corrigan hosts this interview with screenwriter, author, comics teacher, and film producer Michael Uslan, a key figure behind the Batman movies.
Annie Corrigan speaks with Zach De Pue, concertmaster of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and former violinist for the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Megan Meyer speaks with Buddhist teacher Arjia Rinpoche, director of the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center in Bloomington, Indiana.
Alexander Bernstein, son of Leonard Bernstein and founding chairman of The Leonard Bernstein Center For Learning, is interviewed by Charles Webb.
Michael Barone, host and producer of Pipedreams, has been involved with the pipe organ for more than half a century. Peter Jacobi hosts.
Peter Breslow is the supervising senior producer for NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday and a former producer for All Things Considered. Owen Johnson hosts.
IU faculty member Elinor Ostrom is the first woman to win the Nobel prize in the category of economics. Bloomington Provost and Executive VP Karen Hanson hosts.
At the Story Inn in Story, Indiana, wine expert Dr. Allen Dale "Ole" Olson is known as the "Pontiff of Palate." He speaks with WFIU's Daniel Robison.
Dame Evelyn Glennie is a Scottish virtuoso percussionist and composer who tours regularly throughout the world.
Media critic Ken Auletta in conversation with Owen Johnson
Sir Nigel Sheinwald, the British Ambassador to the United States, speaks with Patrick O’Meara and plays two favorite musical selections.
This special installment of Profiles revisits the life of the late Indiana University President and Chancellor Herman B Wells.
Sheryl WuDunn is a journalist, lecturer, businesswoman, and co-author of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.
Renowned soprano and Indiana University alum Angela Brown is noted for her vocal power, high pianissimos, and larger-than-life personality.
The string quartet has three hundred year’s history. A brass quintet has maybe forty year’s history. If you think about it, we have created an opportunity with Canadian Brass. We’ve made it a legitimate ensemble. We’ve brought it to all the major concert stages. Now, the development can start. Now the music starts filling in.
Joel Salatin is a farmer and author who raises livestock using holistic methods of animal husbandry. Gary Paul Nabhan is an ecologist, ethnobotanist and writer.
Jorja Fleezanis is professor of music and the Henry A. Upper Chair in Orchestral Studies at IU’s Jacobs School of Music.
Robert Wistrich holds the Neuberger chair for Modern European History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author and editor of two dozen books.