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Interchange, an interview-based radio show and podcast produced by WFHB in Bloomington, Indiana, gets to the questions that have shaped how we understand ourselves.

As WFHB's longest running public affairs show, Interchange has shared conversations with hundreds of scholars and other experts on politics, religion, metaphysics, economics, history, revolution, ecology, and climate change. Today the stakes stand in stark relief, we challenge our perspectives—as individuals and communities, as thinkers and actors, as people in the world—in effort to change our course.

448 Pieces

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Last month novelist and social critic Curtis White joined us to discuss his latest book We, Robots: Staying Human in the Age of Big Data. One of hi...

  • Added: Feb 23, 2016
  • Length: 58:03
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Question, What do Afghanistan, Castration, and Karst have in common? They’re topics Journalist Douglas Wissing has investigated and written about. ...

  • Added: Feb 16, 2016
  • Length: 59:06
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Psychiatrist, philosopher, writer, activist and insurgent, Frantz Fanon influenced such revolutionary leaders as Malcolm X and Che Guevara. Fanon ...

  • Added: Feb 09, 2016
  • Length: 57:30
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When the hurly burly’s done, fair is foul and foul is fair, by the pricking of my thumbs something wicked this way comes, screw your courage to the...

  • Added: Feb 02, 2016
  • Length: 01:01:00
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We’re told intelligent machines and big data will free us from work, educate our children, transform our environment, and even make religion more u...

  • Added: Jan 26, 2016
  • Length: 58:34
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What do acting, literature and philosophy have in common with branding, fascism and incarceration? How can the humanities confront the problem of t...

  • Added: Jan 19, 2016
  • Length: 58:22
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Louis Farrakhan, Black Lives Matter, and the future of black political leadership in the United States. I speak with Freddie deBoer about his Harpe...

  • Added: Jan 12, 2016
  • Length: 56:35
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Historian and prolific author Gerald Horne returns to our program today to discuss his most recent book Confronting Black Jacobins: The United Stat...

  • Added: Jan 05, 2016
  • Length: 58:01
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Interchange reviews 2015 with a specific look at the programs which detailed the history and present moment of Black lives in the United States of ...

Bought by Radio Baha'i, WLGI and KPIP-LP

  • Added: Dec 29, 2015
  • Length: 58:51
  • Purchases: 2
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Our guest is Pulitzer Prize winning biographer John Matteson whose The Annotated Little Women was published last month. Alcott’s often autobiograph...

Bought by KPIP-LP

  • Added: Dec 22, 2015
  • Length: 58:31
  • Purchases: 1
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From theater to radio to Hollywood...the ambition of Orson Welles, as Patrick McGilligan tells us in his new book Young Orson, was already old-fash...

  • Added: Dec 15, 2015
  • Length: 59:57
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Two-time Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Al Reinert will premiere Audubon, a new documentary about the renowned bird artist, eloquent writer, and...

  • Added: Dec 08, 2015
  • Length: 01:00:10
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This Arts Interchange is about Jean Anouilh’s 1944 Antigone, inspired by the Sophocles play of the same name, which the IU Theater Department is pe...

  • Added: Dec 05, 2015
  • Length: 01:09:41
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Our show today comes in two parts. First a pre-recorded spot, an interview with noted police critic, Kristian Williams, author of Our Enemies in Bl...

  • Added: Dec 01, 2015
  • Length: 59:14
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WFHB Blue Monday DJ and Blues guitarist Jason Fickel discusses Zora Neale Hurston with IU professor M. Cooper Harriss. The two look at the work of ...

Bought by WJAB

  • Added: Nov 24, 2015
  • Length: 58:51
  • Purchases: 1
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What comes after Whips and Chains? Solitary confinement. Lisa Guenther of Vanderbilt University discusses the reformist good intentions of Benjamin...

  • Added: Nov 17, 2015
  • Length: 59:45
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Michael Honey discusses non-violent theorist and organizer James Lawson, and John Handcox, the Great Depression-era tenant farmer and union advocate.

Bought by KBCS 91.3 FM Community Radio

  • Added: Nov 11, 2015
  • Length: 25:20
  • Purchases: 1
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According to or my guest, Alan Wald, the aim of the literary radical is “to endow history with meaning.” We track three “subversives” in our progra...

  • Added: Nov 03, 2015
  • Length: 57:14
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Roger Hallas talks about the ways two technologies for image capture combine in documentaries about photographers and how these sharpen the focus o...

  • Added: Oct 29, 2015
  • Length: 26:49
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Our program today is "The Shell Game of Digital Liberation." Segment One: The Amazonization of Everything. We’ll take a look at what Jeff Bezos ha...

  • Added: Oct 27, 2015
  • Length: 59:44