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Arts & Culture

IU Ballet's Nutcracker!

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Mark Roseman

Host Aaron Cain speaks with author and historian Mark Roseman about rescue and resistance during the Holocaust, and how to understand people in the past through exploring the uncertainty of their present.

Brick duplex

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Alberto Sveum reads "Duplex," "Idle," and "Compendium for Leaving Work at 11pm, the Summer I Move Out."

Climb the social strata with our playlist from this week's Ether Game, featuring music written for and about the aristocracy.

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It’s been an odd 6 months for the music industry, but we’ll explore what’s new by artists like Diana Krall, Gregory Porter, and Loudon Wainwright III on this program.

Paul Motian album cover

In 1969 the 26-year-old German musician Manfred Eicher began what would become one of the world’s longest-running and most influential jazz labels, with a signature production approach that emphasized space and a roster of artists that included Keith Jarrett, Paul Motian, Chick Corea, and Gary Burton. 

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum.

Elizabeth Schechter

Philosopher and Cognitive Scientist Elizabeth Schechter, author of "Self-Consciousness and 'Split' Brains," speaks with host Aaron Cain about issues of identity, self-knowledge, and what it means to be conscious.

arabic alphabet

This week on the Poets Weave, Janan Alexandra reads "elementary arabic" and "dream, or, poem to the tongue."

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Work of Art: Four New Plays

Indiana State playwrighting students visited the painting in the Swope for inspiration.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Tulip Trestle in Greene County.

Nancy Chen-Long

This week on the Poets Weave, Nancy Chen-Long reads "Altered State at the Grocery Store" and "Umbra."

Isabel Sandoval

Host Janae Cummings speaks with filmmaker Isabel Sandoval about the challenges she's faced, and why she wants to leave her mark on the film industry.

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The late 1950s was the time when Sarah Vaughan became jazz royalty. “Sassy,” as she was called, had signed to Mercury Records, and her career moved in two different directions simultaneously

Steven Webster

Host Steve Sanders talks about public opinion and polarization with Political Scientist Steven W. Webster, author of "American Rage: How Anger Shapes our Politics."

The Pacifica String Quartet

IU's Jacobs School of Music kicks off the series with a concert of music of Beethoven played by the Pacifica Quartet

Halloween

This week on Afterglow, we explore some of the most haunting, bewitching, and eerie tunes from the Great American Songbook, for the haunted holiday of Halloween.

We are brewing a poisonous batch on Ether Game this week with a show about witches. Browse a playlist of some of our favorite classical cackles.

(Photo Courtesy of IU Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance)

How Ladies of Good Breeding Are induced to Murder

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Cardinal Greenway in Muncie.

Amplify: Time Is On Our Side

The IU Theatre's challenge to the western world's theatre canon!

John Wukovits

Host Aaron Cain speaks with historian John Wukovits, author of dozens of books about World War II, including the untold stories of 35 chaplains from the University of Notre Dame.

Colored Pencils

Part two of Afterglow’s exploration of colorful songs from the Great American Songbook, featuring “Little White Lies,” “That Old Black Magic,” and everything in between.

Cardinal Out Doors

Cardinal's Artistic Producing Director remembers a scene from the Fringe Fest in Philly as a solution for the theatre in Bloomington.

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