Yaël Ksander speaks with Indiana author James Alexander Thom.
David Carter speaks with director John Boorman, whose films include Deliverance and Hope and Glory.
Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime event as Hoosiers gather at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis to celebrate Indiana’s 200th birthday.
Steve Sanders speaks with law professor Eric Segall, an expert on constitutional law.
Will Murphy speaks with "Brother" William Morris, Friday-afternoon host of WFIU’s jazz program Just You and Me.
Yaël Ksander interviews Jim Manion, music director for WFHB community radio, and Peter LoPilato, publisher of The Ryder and curator of The Ryder film series.
Andy Findley speaks with film archivist Rick Prelinger, founder of The Prelinger Archives.
Elaine Monaghan speaks with journalist, author, and columnist Roger Cohen.
J. D. Gray speaks with Eric Zala, director of Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation and George Walker interviews organist Dennis James.
Betsy Shepherd speaks with Joan Hawkins, associate professor in Cinema and Media Studies at IU’s Media School.
Join host-producer Josh Brewer for a selection of the most engrossing Profiles interviews from 2016.
Andy Findley interviews Mac Fleming, a professional photographer for more than 80 years.
John Bailey speaks with Mike Bridavsky, caretaker of the celebrity cat Lil Bub; Gena Asher interviews Jessica Myrick, assistant professor at IU's Media School.
Will Murphy interviews Michael Leppert, Director of Public Affairs for Krieg DeVault in their Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy Practice Group.
Andy Findley interviews David Brenneman, director of the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University.
Janae Cummings speaks with Comedian, actor, and writer Hasan Minhaj is a correspondent for The Daily Show and a featured storyteller for The Moth.
Yaël Ksander speaks with Osamu James Nakagawa, professor of photography in IU’s Department of Studio Art.
Janae Cummings speaks with documentary filmmaker Robin Hauser Reynolds, and Gena Asher interviews journalist Amanda Hess.
Will Murphy interviews journalist and author Michael Shelden, professor of English at Indiana State University.
IU theater professor Murray McGibbon hosts interviews the accomplished South African actor Graham Hopkins.
Mark Chilla interviews pop music writer Eric Weisbard and John Bailey speaks with literary, music, and cultural critic Kevin Dettmar.
Betsy Shepherd speaks with filmmaker, actress, and businesswoman Kris Swanberg.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Lee Hamilton, a member of the U.S. Homeland Security Advisory Council and director of IU's Center on Congress.
Join us for this special edition of <em>Profiles</em> for the premiere of our new program of literary exploration, <em>Anthology</em>.
Betsy Shepherd speaks with longtime Hollywood director and screenwriter Jeremy Kagan.
Will Murphy speaks with Professor James Scott, whose research centers on peasants of Southeast Asia and their strategies to resist various forms of domination.
John Bailey speaks with TV personality Marc Summers.
In the first half-hour, Annie Corrigan interviews standup comic Mat Alano-Martin. Then, Addison Rogers speaks with comedian, actor, and writer Andy Kindler.
Josh Brewer speaks with documentary filmmaker Tony Buba, and Yaël Ksander hosts an interview with mixed-media artist Joseph Bernard.
Brent Johnson hosts speaks Jill Lepore, a staff writer at The New Yorker and professor of American history at Harvard University.
Trish Kerlé hosts speaks with the former executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust.
For Mother's Day, WFIU presents stories from the Mother Line Story Project.
This special edition of Profiles looks at the role of civility in U.S. politics.
Michael Barone, host and senior executive producer of <i>Pipedreams</i>, speaks with IU School of Music Dean Emeritus Charles Webb.
We remember David Baker, founder of IU's Jazz Studies program, with this Profiles interview conducted by Bob Willard in 1998.
Adam Ragusea of Georgia Public Broadcasting interviews Bill Siemering, a key innovator in the development of public radio.
Perry Metz hosts an interview with Gerould Kern, retired senior vice president and editor of the <i>Chicago Tribune</i>.
This special edition of <i>Profiles</i> is the first in a four-part celebration on WFIU of the Indiana Bicentennial.
Janae Cummings speaks with Kinsey Institute Director Sue Carter and to Kinsey sexuality researcher Justin Garcia.
Sumit Ganguly speaks with Fred de Sam Lazaro, special correspondent for <i>PBS NewsHour</i>.
Annie Corrigan interviews nutrition scientist Loren Cordain, an advocate for a diet based on the eating habits of our Stone Age ancestors.
WFIU's John Bailey speaks with Hollywood film director and IU alumnus David Anspaugh, director of <i>Hoosiers</i> and <i>Rudy</i>.
Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson is a 30-plus-year career journalist who's earned a Pulitzer Prize and a Peabody Award for her groundbreaking news coverage.
Tom Roznowski interviews James H. Madison, emeritus professor of history at IU-Bloomington.
Janae Cummings hosts an interview with Eric Deggans, NPR’s first full-time TV critic.
Yaël Ksander speaks with author Dan Wakefield, whose novels <I>Going All the Way</I> and <I>Starting Over</I> were made into feature films.
Gena Asher speaks with Nancy Folbre, professor emerita of economics at the University of Massachusetts.
Sumit Ganguly speaks with Steven Miller, director of the International Security Program at Harvard University.