WFIU's Aaron Cain speaks with contemporary classical composer Jake Heggie.
Gena Asher speaks with NOVA senior executive producer Paula Apsell, and NOVA writer-producer Doug Hamilton.
Aaron Cain speaks with Geoff Wilson of the Ploughshares Fund, which works to eliminate nuclear weapons around the world.
Steve Sanders speaks with West Lafayette, Indiana native Cleve Jones
Will Murphy interviews Irish poet, editor, critic, and translator Paul Muldoon.
One of the world's great cellists and a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and composer who has given new life to old instruments.
This week on Profiles, a conversation with author George Saunders, who offers his insights into writing, teaching, and how to keep stories under control.
Yaël Ksander interviews photographer Emmet Gowin, who calls his style of photography "lyrical realism."
On this special Fall Fund Drive edition, we present a roundup of choice excerpts of Profiles programs that aired since our Spring Fund Drive.
Meet movie and theater people who talk about their craft.
On this program we meet two musicians who recreate themusic and instruments from past eras.
WFIU's Will Murphy speaks with Jane Henegar of the Indiana American Civil Liberties Union, and Christie Gillespie of Planned Parenthood in Indiana and Kentucky.
___________ interviews Carmel, Indiana native Steve Inskeep, co-host of NPR’s Morning Edition and NPR’s morning news podcast Up First.
Hear excerpts by one of today's most extraordinary young women: Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai.
On this Labor Day weekend, join us for this compilation of Bloomington StoryCorps conversations about work and its meaning in our lives.
Peter Andersen interviews acclaimed Indiana University diving coach Hobie Billingsley.
Mark Roseman interviews Australian historian and academic Lyndal Roper.
Born into a Korean-Chinese family, Joe Wong came to the United States to study biochemistry. After getting his PhD, he found standup comedy. Will Murphy hosts.
Yaël Ksander speaks with author Scott Russell Sanders and photographer Jeff Wolin on the occasion of a new edition of their book Stone Country: Then and Now.
Will Murphy interviews Sean Starowitz, the Assistant Director of Economic Development for the Arts for the City of Bloomington.
John K. Yasuda interviews New Yorker staff writer Jiayang Fan.
WFIU’s Shayne Laughter talks with writers who visited Bloomington to teach at the 2017 Indiana University Writers Conference.
This hour, we consider people's stories, and how we're constantly updating them.
Join us for interviews with local historians, government leaders, and general citizens about the state of America in 2017.
Perry Hammock and Lee Hamilton discuss the Indiana Bicentennial Commission’s final report. Aubrey Seader hosts.
Yaël Ksander interviews novelist and short story writer Bonnie Jo Campbell.
Hannah Boomershine interviews chef, author, and activist Alice Waters .
Gena Asher interviews Pravina Shukla, professor of folklore at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Professor Andrei Molotiu interviews cartoonist, writer, and teacher Gene Yang.
Will Murphy interviews David Grossman, author of numerous works of fiction, nonfiction, and children’s literature.
We remember longtime WFIU jazz host-producer Dick Bishop one year after his death. Steve Steve Sanders conducted this interview with Dick in April of 2006.
Will Murphy interviews Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States.
Janae Cummings hosts an interview with performance artist Kelly Tsai.
Mark Chilla speaks with longtime Village Voice classical music critic Greg Sandow.
Bob Willard hosts this 1998 Profiles interview with Strout, who died in February of 2017.
WFIU’s Will Murphy anchors this hour-long special . . .
Janae Cummings speaks with Hari Kondabolu, is a standup comic, actor, and podcast host known for comedy on subjects such as race, identity, and inequity.
John Bailey interviews IU alumnus Kenny Aronoff who has spent more than three decades as one of the most visible drummers in rock and pop music.
Andy Findley speaks with virtual archaeologist and IU professor of Informatics Bernard Frischer.
Trish Kerlé speaks with Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker John J. Valadez.
Patrick O'Meara interviews Broadcast.com co-founder Todd Wagner; Jon Vickers speaks with Jim Fielding, head of consumer products for DreamWorks Animation.
Steve Sanders interviews Linda Greenhouse, who has reported on the U.S. Supreme Court for 30 years.
Shayne Laughter interviews poet and professor P. J. Wesley, survivor of the Liberian wars of the 1990s and author of four books of poetry.
Josh Brewer speaks with Joshua N. Winn, professor of astrophysical sciences at Princeton University.
Will Murphy interviews Professor Michael Adams, author of <em>In Praise of Profanity</em>.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Indian economist, bureaucrat, and writer Narendra Jadhav.
Yaël Ksander speaks with advertising agency executive and documentary filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper.