Yaël Ksander hosts this special edition of Profiles that looks back at an eventful year in the arts.
Jon Vickers, director of the IU Cinema, hosts this conversation with actor and IU alumnus Kevin Kline.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Lee Feinstein, founding dean of the School of Global and International Studies in IU's College of Arts and Sciences.
Yaël Ksander interviews Judith Barter, Field-McCormick Chair and Curator of American Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Perry Metz interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and IU Professor of Practice Thomas French.
Gena Asher interviews Don Fischer, who has been the radio voice of Indiana University football and basketball games for forty years.
Daniel Grundmann interviews IU alumnus Dave Coverly, creator of the award-winning comic Speed Bump.
A sample of short-form radio pieces that were produced in this summer's Transom radio workshop.
George Walker speaks with Murray Grodner’s first orchestral position was
This two-part Profiles features a conversation with microbiologist Rachel Dutton and highlights of an archived interview with farmer Marcia Veldman.
Owen Johnson speaks with South Bend native and IU alumnus Paul C. Tash, chairman and CEO of the Times Publishing Company, which owns The Tampa Bay Times.
Dave Torneo interviews poet Adrian Matejka, a graduate of Indiana University who teaches in the MFA program at IU-Bloomington.
IU professor of political science Sumit Ganguly interviews Shauna Singh Baldwin, a Canadian-American novelist who writes about the Indian experience.
David Brent Johnson interviews Larry Lockridge, author of an award-winning biography of his father Ross Lockridge, Jr., author of Raintree County.
Will Murphy speaks with David Morrison, director of the Carl Sagan Center for Study of Life in the Universe at the SETI Institute.
Gena Asher interviews journalist Sonia Nazario, author of Enrique's Journey
IU President Michael McRobbie interviews Meryl Streep, one of the greatest actresses of our time.
Yaël Ksander interviews photographer Jerry Uelsmann, a pioneer of 20th-century photomontage.
Peter Todd interviews German psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer, who studies the use of bounded rationality and heuristics in decision making.
Gena Asher speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lane DeGregory, who writes for writes for the Tampa Bay Times – St. Petersburg Times.
Owen Johnson interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist journalist David Finkel.
Betsy Shepherd interviews software designer Blaise Agüera y Arcas, the architect of Bing Maps and Bing Mobile.
George Walker speaks with Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature and Spanish and Portuguese at IU-Bloomington Willis Barnstone.
Anne Kibbler of IU’s School of Journalism interviews noted documentary photographer Robert Nickelsberg.
Gena Asher leads a discussion about Bring Change 2 Mind, an organization that works to end stigmatization of mental illness.
John Bailey interviews Ross Gay, poet and associate director of creative writing in the Department of English at IU-Bloomington.
Will Murphy interviews David Ignatius, opinion writer at The Washington Post.