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A weekly one hour program, Profiles features new guests each week from a variety of backgrounds, delving into the person behind the persona.

Latest Episodes

Composer And Conductor Dominick DiOrio

Host Aaron Cain speaks with conductor and composer Dominick DiOrio about how directing and writing for choirs inspires him, and about what motivates him as a composer.

-1 s4 days ago
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Composer And Conductor Dominick DiOrio

Anthropologist Eduardo Brondizio

Host Aaron Cain speaks with IU anthropologist Eduardo Brondizio about the history of the Amazonian rainforest, and the global and regional effects of accelerating deforestation.

-1 s2 weeks ago
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Anthropologist Eduardo Brondizio

David Ossman And Phil Proctor Of The Firesign Theatre

Host Aaron Cain speaks with David Ossman and Phil Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, about redefining everything you know about comedy for more than 50 years.

-1 s3 weeks ago
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David Ossman And Phil Proctor Of The Firesign Theatre

Astronomer Caty Pilachowski

A conversation with Astronomer Caty Pilachowski, about diversity in the sciences, the future of telescopes, and the beginning of everything.

-1 sAUG 12
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Astronomer Caty Pilachowski

Fritz Breithaupt And The Dark Sides of Empathy

Fritz Breithaupt, director of the IU Experimental Humanities Laboratory, talks about what classical music concerts, Stockholm syndrome, Nietzsche, Schindler's List, and helicopter parents can teach us about the dark sides of empathy.

-1 sAUG 5
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Fritz Breithaupt And The Dark Sides of Empathy

Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen

David Brent Johnson speaks with Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen, author of Duke Ellington’s America, about how music and cinema are good for more than just entertainment.

-1 sJUL 24
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Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen

Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter

U Law Professor Steve Sanders speaks with Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter, about recent cases the court has heard, and what goes into making a ruling.

-1 sJUL 14
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Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter

Journalist and Author Sam Quinones

On this episode of Profiles, we feature two conversations about the history, and the consequences of the opioid crisis in America.

-1 sJUN 24
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Journalist and Author Sam Quinones

Composer Larry Groupé and Filmmaker Rod Lurie

Rod Lurie joined Larry Groupé spoke with host Aaron Cain in the WFIU studios

-1 sJUN 17
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Composer Larry Groupé and Filmmaker Rod Lurie

Entomologist Gene Robinson

Entomologist and IU Patten Lecturer Gene Robinson speaks with host Aaron Cain about genomics, nature vs. nurture, and improving the social lives of humans by taking a very close look at honey bees.

-1 sJUN 10
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Entomologist Gene Robinson
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Latest Episodes

Composer And Conductor Dominick DiOrio

Host Aaron Cain speaks with conductor and composer Dominick DiOrio about how directing and writing for choirs inspires him, and about what motivates him as a composer.

-1 s4 days ago
Comments
Composer And Conductor Dominick DiOrio

Anthropologist Eduardo Brondizio

Host Aaron Cain speaks with IU anthropologist Eduardo Brondizio about the history of the Amazonian rainforest, and the global and regional effects of accelerating deforestation.

-1 s2 weeks ago
Comments
Anthropologist Eduardo Brondizio

David Ossman And Phil Proctor Of The Firesign Theatre

Host Aaron Cain speaks with David Ossman and Phil Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, about redefining everything you know about comedy for more than 50 years.

-1 s3 weeks ago
Comments
David Ossman And Phil Proctor Of The Firesign Theatre

Astronomer Caty Pilachowski

A conversation with Astronomer Caty Pilachowski, about diversity in the sciences, the future of telescopes, and the beginning of everything.

-1 sAUG 12
Comments
Astronomer Caty Pilachowski

Fritz Breithaupt And The Dark Sides of Empathy

Fritz Breithaupt, director of the IU Experimental Humanities Laboratory, talks about what classical music concerts, Stockholm syndrome, Nietzsche, Schindler's List, and helicopter parents can teach us about the dark sides of empathy.

-1 sAUG 5
Comments
Fritz Breithaupt And The Dark Sides of Empathy

Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen

David Brent Johnson speaks with Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen, author of Duke Ellington’s America, about how music and cinema are good for more than just entertainment.

-1 sJUL 24
Comments
Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen

Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter

U Law Professor Steve Sanders speaks with Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter, about recent cases the court has heard, and what goes into making a ruling.

-1 sJUL 14
Comments
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter

Journalist and Author Sam Quinones

On this episode of Profiles, we feature two conversations about the history, and the consequences of the opioid crisis in America.

-1 sJUN 24
Comments
Journalist and Author Sam Quinones

Composer Larry Groupé and Filmmaker Rod Lurie

Rod Lurie joined Larry Groupé spoke with host Aaron Cain in the WFIU studios

-1 sJUN 17
Comments
Composer Larry Groupé and Filmmaker Rod Lurie

Entomologist Gene Robinson

Entomologist and IU Patten Lecturer Gene Robinson speaks with host Aaron Cain about genomics, nature vs. nurture, and improving the social lives of humans by taking a very close look at honey bees.

-1 sJUN 10
Comments
Entomologist Gene Robinson
the END