WFIU

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WFIU Public Media has been broadcasting from the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since October, 1950. The station is a charter member of the National Public Radio network, and along with 90 other stations, it carried the premiere broadcast of NPR's in-depth news program, All Things Considered, on May 3, 1971. WFIU now broadcasts classical music, jazz, and news and information 24 hours a day. WFIU can be heard throughout Southern and Central Indiana: * 103.7 FM | Bloomington * 100.7 FM | Columbus * 101.7 FM | French Lick/West Baden * 98.9 FM | Greensburg * 106.1 FM | Kokomo * 95.1 FM | Terre Haute and on WFIU2 * 101.9 FM | Bloomington * and online at wfiu.org. Our mission: We inspire, inform, and involve. Our values and activities are born of the purposes and hopes of Indiana University and of our listeners. For us, this work is a public trust.

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The Soul Kitchen is a two-hour, weekly program that blends sweet soul, funky jazz, old school rock, Americana, and world music into a flavorful gumbo for the ears and spirit. Mixing these genres of sound with a dash of message gives listeners a menu of music that comes from the soul. Join host Brother William Morris for "tunes with a groove and music with a message."

  • From: WFIU
  • Updated: Oct 21, 2022
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Two time Grammy Award winner Sylvia McNair presents a fun program of classical music and stories about the multitudes of conductors, singers, instrumentalists, and composers she has worked with over her storied career.

  • From: WFIU
  • Updated: Sep 03, 2020
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"Produced in the style of a modern cinematic full-cast audio play, The Ernie Pyle Experiment! is a thirteen-episode radio program/podcast chronicling Ernie Pyle’s pre-war work as a travelling columnist for the Scripps-Howard Newspaper syndicate from 1935-1942."

  • From: WFIU
  • Updated: Oct 27, 2020

Latest Pieces

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For more than 600 years, the Ottoman or Turkish Empire governed much of the Mediterranean and Western Asia. As relations with Christian Europe ebbe...

  • Added: Jul 12, 2024
  • Length: 59:00
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Indiana University scholar Funmi Ayeni shares her surprising research on a simple food used in households throughout Nigeria to treat malaria.

  • Added: Jul 11, 2024
  • Length: 54:00
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As the 1990s brought the 20th century to a close, women musicians continued to increase their visibility in the jazz world and to erode the notion ...

  • Added: Jul 11, 2024
  • Length: 59:01
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Join us this week on Harmonia for part two of our series on intabulation. We’ll hear choral works become large organ pieces and explore how Bach tu...

  • Added: Jul 10, 2024
  • Length: 59:02

  • Added: Jul 09, 2024
  • Length: 02:00
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An Amphibian Mother Feeds Her Offspring with Milk

  • Added: Jul 09, 2024
  • Length: 02:00
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This week on Harmonia, meet the Duarte family! We’ll explore works by seventeenth-century musician and composer Leonora Duarte, along with her cont...

  • Added: Jul 09, 2024
  • Length: 58:59
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At the beginning of the 1960s saxophonist Stanley Turrentine and pianist Horace Parlan teamed up to make a dynamic run of recordings for the Blue N...

  • Added: Jul 07, 2024
  • Length: 59:00
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Keitlyn Alcantara studies pre colonial burial sites to understand indigenous foodways of the past and present.

  • Added: Jul 03, 2024
  • Length: 54:00
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Putting Science on Display at the Great Exhibition of 1851

  • Added: Jul 02, 2024
  • Length: 02:00