Cognitive Philosopher John Searle03/22/15
Will Murphy speaks with John Searle, who is known for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and social philosophy.
Pianist and Composer Jean-Louis Haguenauer
Joe Goetz interviews pianist Jean-Louis Haguenaure, renowned interpreter of the French repertoire who is currently recording Debussy's complete piano music.
Stephanie Coontz and Amy Bentley
Yaël Ksander speaks with family studies historian Stephanie Coontz, and Annie Corrigan speaks with food historian Amy Bentley.
Race and Class in Indiana
This special edition of Profiles explores the intersections of race and class, specifically as they pertain to life in south-central Indiana.
Actor Jonathan Banks
Betsy Shepherd interviews Jonathan Banks, who attended Indiana University as an undergraduate and has since made a 40-year career acting in film and television.
Photographer and filmmaker Carolyn Jones
Trish Kerle interviews photographer and filmmaker Carolyn Jones, whose projects point attention towards issues of global concern.
Franklyn Cater and Alexandros Washburn
NPR senior producer Franklyn Cater and former New York City chief urban designer Alexandros Washburn discuss cities in the 21st century. Will Murphy moderates.
Diplomat David M. Malone
Sumit Ganguly speaks with David M. Malone, diplomat and author on international security and development.
WFIU Jazz Host Joe Bourne
David Brent Johnson speaks with jazz host Joe Bourne, who retired at the end of 2014 after thirty years with the station.
Arts Desk Special
Yaël Ksander hosts this special edition of Profiles that looks back at an eventful year in the arts.
Actor Kevin Kline
Jon Vickers, director of the IU Cinema, hosts this conversation with actor and IU alumnus Kevin Kline.
Dean Lee A. Feinstein
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Lee Feinstein, founding dean of the School of Global and International Studies in IU's College of Arts and Sciences.
Curator Judith Barter
Yaël Ksander interviews Judith Barter, Field-McCormick Chair and Curator of American Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Journalist Thomas French
Perry Metz interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and IU Professor of Practice Thomas French.
Sportscaster Don Fischer
Gena Asher interviews Don Fischer, who has been the radio voice of Indiana University football and basketball games for forty years.
Cartoonist Dave Coverly
Daniel Grundmann interviews IU alumnus Dave Coverly, creator of the award-winning comic Speed Bump.
Stories from the Transom Workshop
A sample of short-form radio pieces that were produced in this summer's Transom radio workshop.
Double Bassist and Professor Emeritus Murray Grodner
George Walker speaks with Murray Grodner’s first orchestral position was
Microbiologist Rachel Dutton and Food Advocate Marcia Veldman
This two-part Profiles features a conversation with microbiologist Rachel Dutton and highlights of an archived interview with farmer Marcia Veldman.
Journalist and CEO Paul Tash
Owen Johnson speaks with South Bend native and IU alumnus Paul C. Tash, chairman and CEO of the Times Publishing Company, which owns The Tampa Bay Times.
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