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November 25, 2017


Paul Muldoon

Irish Poet Paul Muldoon

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.

November 18, 2017


Yo-Yo Ma and Maria Pomianowska

Yo-Yo Ma and Maria Pomianowska

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.

November 6, 2017


Jim Walker

Artist Jim Walker and the Big Car Collaborative

WFIU’s Will Murphy and Aubrey Seader speak with Jim Walker, co-founder, CEO and Lead Artist of Big Car Collaborative.

October 21, 2017


Best of Profiles: Fall Fund Drive 2017 Edition

A survivor of the Andrea Doria sinking, a Hollywood screenwriter, a man whose life was changed by a surprising act of kindness, and more.

October 14, 2017


Alondra Nelson speaking, gesturing with hands

Alondra Nelson/Stardust & Moonbeams

Join us for two conversations about how science and technology affect identity.

October 7, 2017


Richard Seraphinoff with graying beard, slightly smiling, in front of white wall, wearing read sweater over open-necked dress shirt.

Musician and Instrument Maker Richard Seraphinoff

Aaron Cain visits musician, teacher, and maker of historical horns Rick Seraphinoff.

September 30, 2017


Jane Henegar in navy blazer, colorful silk scarf, and

Jane Henegar and Christie Gillespie

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.

September 23, 2017


Steve Inskeep head and shoulders, wearing gray suit jacket and blue dress shirt open at the neck.

Journalist, Newscaster, and Author Steve Inskeep

WFIU presents an evening with Steve Inskeep at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. John Bailey and audience members asked questions of the Carmel, Indiana native.

September 11, 2017


Malala Yousafzai wearing red headscarf that partially covers her hair

Malala Yousafzai, Naciye Akgun, and Rebeccah Seda

Stories of heroism, discrimination, and acceptance from a Nobel laureate and two Bloomington women who participated in StoryCorps.

September 5, 2017


Kari and Don Gjerdingen

StoryCorps in Bloomington: Conversations About Working

To mark Labor Day, we feature a compilation of Bloomington StoryCorps conversations about work and its meaning in our lives.

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