Will Murphy speaks with poet, editor, critic, and translator Paul Muldoon about the challenges faced by poets and readers of poetry in an ever-changing world.
This week, two musicians who are redefining classical music. WFIU's Joe Goetz speaks with cellist Yo-Yo Ma and Aaron Cain interviews musician Maria Pomianowska.
WFIU’s Will Murphy and Aubrey Seader speak with Jim Walker, co-founder, CEO and Lead Artist of Big Car Collaborative.
A survivor of the Andrea Doria sinking, a Hollywood screenwriter, a man whose life was changed by a surprising act of kindness, and more.
Join us for two conversations about how science and technology affect identity.
Aaron Cain visits musician, teacher, and maker of historical horns Rick Seraphinoff.
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.
WFIU presents an evening with Steve Inskeep at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. John Bailey and audience members asked questions of the Carmel, Indiana native.
Stories of heroism, discrimination, and acceptance from a Nobel laureate and two Bloomington women who participated in StoryCorps.
To mark Labor Day, we feature a compilation of Bloomington StoryCorps conversations about work and its meaning in our lives.