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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Haan Museum in Lafayette.

Every Brilliant Thing

A seven year old girl tries to convince her mother not to commit suicide...and it progresses!

Irving Berlin "Alexander's Ragtime Band"

The songs of Irving Berlin were featured in some of Hollywood’s first “Talkies,” and this week, we’ll explore the songwriter’s work in cinema, including songs like “Blue Skies,” “Puttin’ On The Ritz,” and “Cheek To Cheek”

Jazz Jukebox

Jazz is usually thought of as an album format, but once upon a time you could drop a coin into a slot and fill up a bar or restaurant with the sounds of artists such as Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, and Horace Silver spinning off a three-minute-long machine-operated platter.

Our staff is out to sea this evening so we will not be taking submissions. Play along from home and let us now how you did with our show featuring all things nautical!

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area in Greene County.

Put Your Dreams Away

We’re counting sheep with the Great American Songbook this week, as we explore standards all about dreaming, including “This Time The Dream’s On Me,” “You Stepped Out Of A Dream,” and many more dreamy tunes.

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Twelve recordings that define one of the 20th century's greatest musicians, as we celebrate the Charlie Parker centennial on Night Lights.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from New Harmony.

Tony Bennett Bill Evans

An exploration of legendary jazz pianist Bill Evans and his few sessions with singers Tony Bennett, Lucy Reed, Helen Merrill and Mark Murphy.

David Amram New York City 1957

A small Bowery bar where John Coltrane came into his own with Thelonious Monk, Ornette Coleman stunned the jazz world with his quartet, and writers, painters, musicians and others formed an at-home underground community. Former Five Spot regulars David Amram and author Dan Wakefield join us.

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Beads by PDVNCH

PDVNCH [Pee-dove-inch] is a Bloomington, Indiana-based poet, and on this edition of the Poets Weave he reads, "Beads by DVNCH."

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From “A Sunday Kind Of Love” all the way to “Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night of the Week),” we’re exploring days of the week as detailed in the Great American Songbook.

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PDVNCH Is

Bloomington, Indiana-based poet PDVNCH reads "PDVNCH IS."

Who is PDVNCH

PDVNCH [Pee-dove-inch] is a “dramatic poetic storyteller" based in Bloomington, Indiana. On this edition of the Poets Weave, PDVNCH reads "Who is PDVNCH?"

Herb Ellis

We're celebrating the 100th birthday of guitarist Herb Ellis by exploring his work with singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O'Day, Lou Rawls, and more.

From the beginning of the 1930s to the mid-1940s, Louis Armstrong built on his early jazz mastery to become one of the most popular African-American entertainers in the world.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from Beck's Mill in Washington County.

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.

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