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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.

Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon on Zoom from Cardinal

Cardinal returns to its first love, the American Musical...this Time on Zoom

Black and white image of butchered hogs

L. Renée reads "Fish Fry" and "Ghazal: Hog Killing Time."

Billy Taylor It's A Matter Of Pride

This sequel to a previous program of jazz salutes to the civil-rights icon includes music from Bobby Hutcherson, Max Roach, and Herbie Hancock.

IU Prof" Kevin Murphy Conducts Covid Safe Barber of Seville

IU Prof's conductor Kevin Murphy and stage director Michael Shell work with students for a Covid-safe performance

Join us for an archival broadcast with former host Mark Chilla on WFIU2, as we continue to follow live coverage from NPR on our main channel.

Denise Breeden-Ost

Denise Breeden-Ost reads "Head on Arms on Table," "The Lake Above," "Ritual," and "September Night."

Monk Palo Alto 1968

Night Lights' annual survey of notable reissues and historical releases includes music from Bill Evans, Thelonious Monk, Shirley Scott, and others.

Only The Lonely

Was “Heat Wave” an Irving Berlin song or a Motown song? Was “In The Still of the Night” a Cole Porter song or a doo-wop song? This week, we explore common confusions in the Great American Songbook.

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Only The Lonely

Was “Heat Wave” an Irving Berlin song or a Motown song? Was “In The Still of the Night” a Cole Porter song or a doo-wop song? This week, we explore common confusions in the Great American Songbook.

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In this episode, we're featuring a few of our favorite animal stories.

Join us as we remember the inauguration of the national opera house in Paris, on this day in 1875.

Manhunt at the  Bloomington Playwrights Project

"You buy a ticket. You're delivered a box. Inside the box, you find a variety of objects, along with an invitation...beckoning you to solve..."

Ordinary Days, a Musical at Cardinal

A sweet, funny musical by Adam Gwon

Ben Eklof speaks with Historian Ivan Kurilla about US-Russian relations, the politics of history, and the importance of political memory.

Backlit computer keyboard

Alberto Sveum reads "Compendium for a Room of Childhood Musings," "Compendium for New and Returning Online Gamers," and "Discard."

new-year-celebration

Ring in the New Year with Afterglow, as we explore songs and standards about new beginnings, including “Let’s Begin,” “Begin The Beguine,” and “I’m Beginning To See The Light.”

Nine rounds of Ether Game for the first nine gifts of the Twelve Days of Christmas. Browse our playlist for a classical Christmas carol playlist.

Rania Matar

Lebanese-born American Photographer Rania Matar speaks about her life and work with Elliot Reichert, the Eskenazi Museum's first curator of Contemporary Art.

poet Janan Alexandra

Janan Alexandra reads "return" (a poem in seven parts).

Christmas Tree

This Christmas night, relax at the end of a stressful year with some holiday songs to soothe your soul, sung by Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and more.

Famous births, premieres and notable concerts. Check out our playlist of significant events in classical music that occurred on December 22nd.

Ross Gay

Kayte Young, host of WFIU's Earth Eats, speaks with Poet Ross Gay about growing the community, "passing the rock," and his latest book-length poem, "Be Holding."

Illustration of brain within a woman's silhouette

Nancy Chen Long reads “Your Brain Doesn’t Contain Memories—It is Memories,” "Narrative is the Native Tongue of the Brain," and "Echo."

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