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Yazmin and Elliot in a Tender Moment

current aspirations and old baggage meet in creative ways

Kayla Eldridge with Gregory McClelland, 'Knights in Training' for 'Parsifal

enchanted castles, mysterious forests, magic spears, evil magicians, a sorceress ... and an innocent hero!

Venus Torso Statue

Our musical anatomy theme ends this week by looking inside to the music of hearts, lungs, and guts!

Eric Mayer-Garica, dramaturg for 'Water by the Spoonful'

It's a term that came from the internet and as it came into academia everyone was wondering how to pronounce it! Eric Mayer-Garcia

Carol Giacomo

Elaine Monaghan of the IU Media School speaks with Carol Giacomo, a veteran journalist and foreign correspondent who’s also a member of the New York Times editorial board.

The Elders, Eager for Their Mission

a child of American musical theatre with uncle Southpark and Aunt Avenue Q

Connee Boswell

Connee Boswell, the lead singer of the Boswell Sisters, was one of the first innovators in vocal jazz.

Circle City Ghostbusters walking

Indianapolis is no stranger to haunted places like the Central State Hospital and the Slippery Noodle Inn. But if there’s something weird and it don’t look good, the Circle City Ghostbusters are ready to believe you.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from Indiana Caverns in Corydon.

Héctor Tobar

Host Aaron Cain speaks with with Héctor Tobar about his work as a journalist, novelist, and teacher, and about how a new generation of Latino writers are changing American literature.

finger print

Just because a composer's name is written on the music doesn't mean they wrote it! Explore five moments when history got it wrong.

The innocent Elders encounter Uganda

'The brilliance of the show is that we use one religion to talk about all religions' Corey Jones

Julie Dixon as Ella comforts he son Lior, Ron Kalinovsky

'I've been depressed for five thousand years!' Ken Farrell as God

Moonlight Films Maker of Monsters still

The Linton-based production company has been pumping out roughly two films a year since 2012.

Edward Bloom's story is going over well with everyone except young Will

'He's a man with magic in him!'

Ken Harrell as God with the skeptical therapist Ella, Julie Dixon

'God says he's been depressed for more than five thousand years and he's asking the one person who never asked him for anything for help. ' director Dale McFadden

Hair Dryer

Our musical anatomy theme continues with a look at some hirsute pieces of classical music!

Voces Novae director Susan Swaney, clarinet soloists Howard Klug and narrator David Matlack

"My job is to piece together this eclectic collection that Voces Novae's Sue Swaney has put together" - narrator David Matlack

Kate-Lynn Edwards as Charlotte with Caleb Curtis as Wilbur

'Salutations' are greetings. It's just my fancy way of saying, 'hello,' 'good morning.' Charlotte

Dame Hilary Boulding

Patrick O’Meara speaks with Hilary Boulding, president of Trinity College at the University of Oxford, and the first international recipient of the Indiana University Bicentennial Medal.

Doc Morgan in studio with student

Eighty-five years after Doc Morgan’s first broadcast at ITSC, his relative obscurity can’t overshadow his indelible mark on education, his students and his industry.

anita o'day - cool heat

For Anita O'Day's centennial celebration, we explore her groundbreaking jazz recordings for Clef and Verve Records in the 1950s.

In the 1940s the young singer Anita O’Day became a sensation on the big-band scene, performing one of jazz’s first racially-integrated duets and courting what would become a lifelong reputation as an independent spirit

head sculpture

Our "Body of Works" shows explore music about body parts. We begin with some "head" music.

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