Owen Johnson interviews Polish historian Łukasz Kaminski and Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the United States Ryszard Schnepf.
David Wood interviews composer Caroline Shaw, the youngest recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Music for her composition.
Owen Johnson interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, who regularly contributes to The New Yorker on military matters.
Malcolm Webb interviews Sammy Lee Davis, whose tradition of military service goes back to his grandfather who served in the Spanish-American War.
John Bailey interviews Danish film director, screenwriter, and producer Nicolas Winding Refn.
Gena Asher interviews Eva Kor, survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp who, with her sister Miriam, was subjected to experimentation under Josef Mengele.
Adam Schwartz interviews actor, director, producer, composer, and professor on the faculty of IU’s Department of Telecommunications Robby Benson.
Owen Johnson speaks with Tim Nickens, editorials editor at the Tampa Bay Times.
Murray McGibbon interviews R. Keith and Marion Michael, professors emeriti of Indiana University's Department of Theatre and Drama.
Owen Johnson speaks with Kevin R. Wilson, head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers football team.
Patrick O’Meara interviews Jon Vickers, founding director of the IU Cinema
Winnifred Fallers Sullivan speaks with professor Linda Woodhead, best known for her work on religious change since the 1980s.
Peter Jacobi interviews Charles Latshaw, artistic director and conductor of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra.
Owen Johnson speaks with David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times.
Annie Corrigan speaks with farmer and advocate of food security, sustainability, and community development Marcia Veldman.
Yaël Ksander hosts an interview with Judy Dater, a photographer since the 1960s, known for her portraits of women.
Darryl Neher interviews Medea Benjamin, a co-founder of the anti-war group Code Pink and the fair trade advocacy group Global Exchange.
Will Murphy interviews ISU Professor Michael Shelden, author of five biographies, including his latest, Young Titan:The Making of Winston Churchill.
Gena Asher speaks with Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of NPR's Latino USA, and anchor of PBS' Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One.
David Brent Johnson interviews The Caswell Sisters—vocalist Rachel and violinist Sara—who have shared a musical partnership since childhood.
Owen Johnson speaks with former Israeli prime ministerial advisor and diplomat Yehuda Avner.
Owen Johnson speaks with Byron Pitts, chief national correspondent for CBS News and a contributing correspondent for 60 Minutes.
Moya Andrews speaks with Mohammad Torabi, dean of the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington.
Owen Johnson interviews Rajiv Chandrasekaran, senior correspondent and associate editor at The Washington Post.
Glenn Gass speaks with Anthony DeCurtis, a contributing editor at Rolling Stone who has written for The New York Times and other publications.
and has participated in briefings to Congress. She is a scholar-in-residence at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York. Gena Asher hosts.