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The Dawn of Morning Edition, p. 2 Hosts RenĂŠe Montagne and Steve Inskeep

Steve Barrett

We’re All in this Together

by Will Murphy, WFIU Station Operations Director

November 2013 Vol. 61, No­­­­­­. 11

Directions in Sound (USPS314900) is published each month by the Indiana University Radio and Television Services, 1229 East 7th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405-5501 telephone: 812-855-6114 or e-mail: web site: Periodical postage paid at Bloomington, IN POSTMASTER Send address changes to: WFIU Membership Department Radio & TV Center Indiana University 1229 East 7th Street Bloomington, IN 47405-5501 WFIU is licensed to the Trustees of Indiana University, and operated by Indiana University Radio and Television Services. Perry Metz—Executive Director, Radio and Television Services Will Murphy—Station Operations Director John Bailey—Program Director Eoban Binder—Director of Digital Media Joe Bourne—Jazz Host Annie Corrigan—Multi Media Producer/Announcer Gretchen Frazee—WFIU/WTIU Senior News Editor Don Glass—Volunteer Producer/ A Moment of Science® James Gray—Radio Projects Coordinator George Hopstetter—Director of Engineering and Operations David Brent Johnson—Jazz Director LuAnn Johnson—Program Services Manager

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In September of 1978, representatives of 32 public radio stations gathered in Washington, D.C. to consider the prospects for a morning national news magazine. The stations were looking for a show that would offer more substance than most commercial stations were offering during their morning drives, and something more consistent than what public radio was offering. Station reps felt the morning show ought to be more of a mix of “news/public affairs and human affairs, including arts and cultural material.” The stations and NPR proposed a two-hour program that might be called something like This Morning in [My City]. They envisioned a program that “would recognize that listeners in each city have more than a strictly local view—they have an expectation that This Morning in [My City] includes both a national and an international view.” After the meeting, NPR guru Jim Russell drafted a memo in which he outlined the goals, mission, content, and feel of a morning show on public radio. The quotes above come from that memo, which I ran across while at a public radio conference two months ago. Specifically, Russell wrote, the “sound” the stations wanted was more “an attitude [that] we’re all in this together.” He noted that public radio listeners wanted a “balanced” program, “not the tormented freneticism of top-40 or all-news, but rather the sense of forward movement, of activity, of purpose which accompanies our mornings.” On November 5, 1979, a year after that memo was drafted, Morning Edition went on the air, hosted by Bob Edwards and Barbara Hocter. In 2004, Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne took over hosting duties, with David Greene joining the crew in 2012, the same year Annie Corrigan became the WFIU host. Thirty-five years after that small gathering in Washington, 12 million people listen every week to get their first news of the day from Morning Edition. Thousands of Hoosiers tune to WFIU to get their daily fix of balanced news, sans “freneticism.” When I read Jim Russell’s memo I was reminded that we can never know where the next great idea is coming from, or where it will take us. Our actions today may have profound ramification decades down the road. I hope that whatever the changes, public broadcasting will always be grounded in balance, civility, and diversity, fueled by the fundamental idea that “we’re all in this together.”

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Colin Andrews

WFIU’s Featured Artist for the month of November is British organist Colin Andrews. A world-renowned recitalist, teacher, and lecturer, Andrews is currently an adjunct professor of music at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. As both a solo recitalist and in duo with his wife, organist Janette Fishell, Andrews has performed at many of the world’s most prestigious venues, including

Featured Contemporary Composer WFIU’s featured contemporary composer for the month of November is Evan Chambers. Originally from Alexandria, Louisiana, Chambers is currently Professor and Chair of Composition at the University of Michigan. A traditional Irish fiddler as well as a composer, Chambers’ music often blurs the line between folk and classical. Raised in suburbia, he found himself between rural and urban society, and his musical interests were influenced by his father’s equally enthusiastic renditions of Tchaikovsky on the violin and John Henry on the fivestring banjo. For his solo album Cold Water Dry Stone, Chambers approached each work based on his personal encounters with the traditional musics of Ireland, Albania, and the United States. The music for the album was composed after he visited Albania and features soprano Jennifer Goltz and the

London’s Royal Festival Hall, King’s College in Cambridge, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, the Hong Kong Cultural Center, Moscow Conservatoire, and the Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris. He has also appeared in leading halls and cathedrals across the United States, South America, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, South Africa, and Europe. Born in Bristol, England, Andrews studied at London’s Royal Academy of Music under professors Douglas Hawkridge and Margaret McDonald. He later moved to Geneva, Switzerland where he was a student of Lionel Rogg. Following his return to Britain he studied privately for two years with Dame Gillian Weir. An active teacher and lecturer, Andrews has given presentations and masterclasses at the Franz Liszt Academy, Taiwan Theological College, Emory University, and the AGO National Convention. Most recently, he completed a 15-engagement tour of Asia and Australia, where he performed and gave masterclasses in Beijing, Tianjin, Hangzhou, and Hong Kong, China; Sydney, Australia; and Daegu and Seoul, South Korea.

In addition to his performing and teaching engagements, Andrews has served as a jury member for the International Organ Competition at the University of Michigan and for both the 1995 and 1997 J.P. Sweelinck Competitions in Gdansk, Poland. He was also the jury president and a recitalist in Poznan, Poland for the 2006 Felix Nowowiejski International Organ Competition. In recognition of his distinguished performing career, Andrews was bestowed an associateship by The Royal Academy of Music in London. A recipient of numerous awards and honors, he was a prizewinner at the 1980 and 1982 Dublin International Organ Competitions in Ireland. In 2012, he was made a “Membre d’honneur” of the Association Grand Orgue Trinité Messiaen. Featured on the Priory and Zig Zag labels, Andrews is currently set to record the last installment (Volume VII) of the complete organ works of Olivier Messiaen in IU’s Auer Hall. Released on the Gothic/ Loft label, the series is distributed worldwide under the auspices of Naxos. WFIU will feature performances by Colin Andrews in our classical music programming throughout the month of November.

new music ensemble Quorum, with whom Chambers serves as resident composer. In February 2008, Chambers’ orchestral song cycle The Old Burying Ground was performed in Carnegie Hall. The piece incorporates aspects of Irish traditional music, American folk song, Sacred Harp singing, and Albanian polyphony, in addition to European classical music. Chambers received his undergraduate degree in music from Bowling Green State University and his master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Michigan. His composition teachers include William Albright, Leslie Bassett, Nicholas Thorne, and Marilyn Shrude, with studies in electronic music with George Wilson and Burton Beerman. Recognized by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the International Luigi Russolo Competition, the Vienna Modern Masters Orchestral Competition, the American Composers Forum, and the Tampa Bay Composers Forum, Chambers’ works have been performed by the Cincinnati, Kansas City, Memphis, New Hampshire, and Albany Symphonies.

A recipient of individual artist grants from Meet the Composer, the Arts Foundation of Michigan and ArtServe Michigan, Chambers has also been a resident of the MacDowell Colony. He has received commissions from the Albany Symphony, The USMA Wind Ensemble, members of the Cleveland and St. Paul Chamber Orchestras, Quorum, the Greene String Quartet, the Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings, and the University of Michigan Bands, among others. WFIU will feature music of Evan Chambers in our classical music programming throughout the month of November.

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Myra Klarman

Courtesy of Indiana University

Artist of the Month

Evan Chambers

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WFIU’s featured jazz artist for November is alto saxophonist Kenny Garrett. Born in 1960, Garrett is one of several modern-day jazz stars such as pianist Geri Allen and saxophonist James Carter to come out of the city of Detroit. A three-time Grammy award nominee, Garrett made his debut as a leader in 1984 and spent five years playing with trumpeter Miles Davis. His latest release, Pushing the World Away, is his 19th CD. His sound has been described as “edgy and acidic,” and he has been frequently praised for the melodic strength of his compositions. Garrett’s recordings both as a leader and a sideman will be highlighted every Monday in November on our afternoon jazz program Just You and Me, airing from 3:30–5 p.m.

Featured Classical Recordings Selections from each week’s featured recording can be heard throughout WFIU’s local classical music programming. A weekly podcast of our featured classical recordings is available through our website,, under the “podcasts” link. November 4–10 Bach: Six Sonatas for Violin and Piano (ECM New Series 2230/31) Michelle Makarski, violin Keith Jarrett, piano J. S. Bach revised and polished his six sonatas for violin and harpsichord over several decades. The music anticipates the classic duo sonata, with violin and keyboard meeting on equal terms. This album is Keith Jarrett’s first classical recording since his Mozart piano concertos discs of 1996.

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Elsewhere in the WFIU jazz world this month, the November 22 edition of Night Lights looks back to the year 1963, and on November 29 we pay tribute to Thanksgiving with “Reminiscing In Tempo: Remembrance in Jazz and Popular Song.” Afterglow salutes Veterans Day on November 8 with “A Soldier and a Song: Johnny Desmond,” highlighting the star singer of Glenn Miller’s World War II military band, and spotlights the cinematic side of Indiana singer-songwriter Hoagy Carmichael’s career in Hollywood on November 22—which just happens to be Hoagy’s birthday. You can always check out Night Lights and Afterglow programs online after their initial Friday evening broadcasts at and

Keith Major

Jazz Notes

Kenny Garrett

November 11–17 Cimarosa: Overtures, vol. 3 (Naxos 8.572734) Sinfonia Finlandia Patrick Gallois, conductor

Each of his Six Caprices from 1928 is a musical parody of another composer, and Les Petits métiers recall the swift characterizations found in the baroque keyboard suites of Couperin.

The most popular Italian opera composer of the second half of the 18th century, Domenico Cimarosa composed more than 65 operas that were performed all over Europe, as well as a significant body of instrumental music and works for the church. His overtures are remarkable for their melodic invention, assured handling of the orchestra, and sheer vitality.

Noveber 25–December 1 Liquefactca est (Yaniv d’Or NAYA667) Yaniv d’Or, countertenor Ensemble NAYA

November 18–24 Manuel Rosenthal: Complete Works for Piano (ATMA Classique ACD2 2587) Stéphane Lemelin, piano A pupil of Ravel at the Paris Conservatoire, Manuel Rosenthal (1904– 2003) was an elder statesman of French music.

The eight-member ensemble NAYA explores the musical heritage of Jewish culture. On their first CD release they perform sacred texts used to comfort throughout history history. and The particularly music rangesfrom the Jewish in Egypt Babylonia from early exiles Baroque worksand by Claudio in ancient times. The music Monteverdi to music of the ranges 20th century from early Baroque worksand by many Claudio by Alexander Boskovich, th century Monteverdi music of the of 20traditional breathtakingtoarrangements by Alexander Boskovich, and many pieces from the Jewish diaspora. breathtaking arrangements of traditional pieces from the Jewish diaspora.

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Sundays at 7 p.m. November 3 – Selected Shorts This special compilation program presents three short Profiles that don’t fit into the full hour format.

Seymour Hersh is an investigative journalist who regularly contributes to The New Yorker on military matters. He received a Pulitzer Prize for exposing the My Lai massacre and its cover-up during the Vietnam War. His books include The Dark Side of Camelot and Chain of Command: The Road from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib. Owen Johnson hosts. Dan K. Thomasson is a Washington journalist who graduated from IU in 1960. He has covered Congress, presidential election campaigns, and conventions as chief congressional correspondent for the Scripps Howard News Service. In retirement he continues to write a syndicated column that examines current events. Gena Asher hosts. Phil Summers, who died in September, was a prominent leader in Indiana higher education. His 21-year tenure as president of Vincennes University saw $75 million in campus construction; development of the Aviation Technology Center; and extension of VU programs throughout the world. Steve Sanders hosts.

November 10 – A’Lelia Bundles A’Lelia Bundles is president of the Madam Walker/A’Lelia Walker Family Archives and author of On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker, a biography of her great-great-grandmother. Previously an executive and producer for NBC News, and she is now is president of the Foundation for the National Archives. Hosted by Carolyn Calloway-Thomas. (repeat) November 17 – Nicolas Winding Refn

Nicolas Winding Refn is a Danish film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is known for directing three Pusher films and Drive, starring Ryan Gosling. His crime drama Bleeder won the FIPRESCI prize at the 2000 Sarajevo Film Festival. In 2003, he wrote and directed his first Hollywood film, Fear X starring John Turturro. John Bailey hosts. November 24 – Stephen Ferry Stephen Ferry is an international photojournalist whose work concentrates on human rights, social and political conflict, and environmental conservation. His photographs have been seen in such publications as The New Yorker, National Geographic, and The New York Times. He has produced two books: I Am Rich Potosi, on silver miners of Bolivia; and Violentology, a product of ten years of photographic documentation in Columbia’s conflict zones. Yaël Ksander hosts. (repeat)

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Sundays at 11 a.m. Each hour of Radiolab takes a big idea and chases it, going wherever our whims take us. Along the way, hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich interview, argue, imagine, and discover the hidden connections that make this idea so powerful. November 3 Fund Drive 2013 editon November 10 Emergence What happens when there is no leader? Starlings, bees, and ants manage just fine. In fact, they form staggeringly complicated societies—all without a Toscanini to conduct them into harmony. This hour of Radiolab, we ask how this happens. We gaze down at the bottom-up logic of cities, Google, and even our very own brains with a mathematician, an economist, ant experts, neurologists, and fire-flyologists. November 17 Morality Where does our sense of right and wrong come from? We peer inside the brains of people contemplating moral dilemmas. We watch chimps at a primate research center sharing blackberries; observe 3-year-olds fighting over toys, and tour Eastern State Penitentiary—the country’s first prison. Plus, a story of land grabbing, indentured servitude, and slumlording in the fourth grade. November 24 Where Am I? How does your brain keep track of your body? This hour, Radiolab tells stories of the mind-body link gone terribly wrong. We’ll puzzle through the mysteries of missing limbs and hear about a novel treatment involving optical illusions. Plus, the story of a butcher who suddenly lost his entire sense of touch, and we hear from pilots who suffer out-of-body experiences while flying fighter jets.

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Community Events

Meet April Erisman

IU Auditorium An Evening with David Sedaris Thursday, November 7, 8 p.m.

April Erisman has joined the staff of WTIU and WFIU in the newly developed position of events coordinator. April’s career with PBS started in 1997 in Dayton, Ohio at the ThinkTV Network, which is the most widely used nonprofit, educational, and cultural service in southwestern Ohio, watched each week by more than 750,000 viewers. She was employed there as the administrative assistant to the president and general manager. It was in that position that she developed a passion for the missions of PBS and NPR. “The work that public television and public radio do is so vitally important,” she says. They are the only places that provide educational, enlightening, and entertaining programming that is so difficult to find anyplace else.” In 1998, April was promoted to corporate development and research assistant, where she gained insight and experience helping with many of the events that were held at the station. In 2001, she was asked to assume the Special Events and Programs Manager position, managing their largest yearly community fundraising event, the GreatTV Auction, and Speaking of Women’s Health, Dayton’s largest women’s conference. Before her departure in May of 2012, her events raised over five million dollars for the mission she finds so important— helping NPR and PBS. After moving here a little over a year ago, April finds that Bloomington is a great place to call home. “Bloomington is a wonderful community. It has so much to offer its residents and I’m enjoying discovering all that it has to offer.”

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with Dick Estell

Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford Airs: November 6 to December 6 From Jamie Ford, author of the beloved New York Times bestselling novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, comes a much-anticipated second novel. Set against the backdrop of Depression-era Seattle, Songs of Willow Frost is a tale of two souls—a boy with dreams for his future and a woman escaping her haunted past— both seeking love, hope, and forgiveness. Twelve-year-old William Eng, a Chinese-American boy, has lived at the Sacred Heart Orphanage ever since his mother’s listless body was carried away from their small apartment five years ago. On his birthday—or rather, the day the nuns designate as his birthday— William and the other orphans are taken to the historic Moore Theatre, where William glimpses an actress on the silver screen who goes by the name of Willow Frost. Struck by her features, William is convinced that the movie star is his mother, Liu Song. Determined to find Willow and prove that his mother is still alive, William escapes from Sacred Heart with his friend Charlotte. The pair navigates the streets of Seattle, where they must both survive and confront the mysteries of William’s past and his connection to the exotic film star. The story of Willow Frost, however, is far more complicated than the Hollywood fantasy William sees onscreen. Songs of Willow Frost takes us on a sweeping emotional journey that will resonate with anyone who has ever longed for family and a place to call home. Novelist Susan Wiggs called the story “one you’ll savor, and then think about long after the book is closed.” Page 6 / Directions in Sound / November 2013

David Sedaris

The master humorist returns to Bloomington in celebration of the release of his latest collection of essays, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls. An interactive Q&A session and book signing will follow. IU Opera and Ballet Theater Hansel and Gretel Beginning November 15 Musical Arts Center Engelbert Humperdinck’s opera, based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, will lead you through the backwoods and— one hopes—past the Gingerbread House where the witch lives. Sung in English with English supertitles. Friends of the Library The Power of Words Saturday, November 16, 7 p.m. Buskirk-Chumley Theater Novelist and journalist Nicole Mones will give a public talk at the Buskirk-Chumley. Also a food critic, Mones incorporates her love of food and the culinary arts into such novels as The Last Chinese Chef. Lawrence County Concert Association The Diamonds Friday, November 22, 7:30 p.m. Bedford-North Lawrence Performing Arts Center The Canadian vocal quartet The Diamonds produced a string of hit records in the 1950s and ’60s by introducing rhythm and blues music to a wider audience. The group will perform many of their classic hits, including “Little Darlin’,” “Why Do Fools Fall In Love,” and “The Stroll.”

Adam Schwartz

The Radio Reader

April Erisman

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website, I immediately realized that this would be a perfect match.” Anja came to Bloomington in July and was assigned an internship to WFIU’s arts desk. She spent the next two months steeping herself in good audio storytelling and getting her radio chops. A quick study, Anja learned everything from field recording to digital sound editing. The intrepid intern took on subjects from music marketing in the online era to the contemporary painting scene in Berlin. Her final task was to package our interview with the Swedish string trio Väsen, who arrived in Bloomington for the Lotus Festival the very weekend she was leaving. Now settling into university life in Germany, Anja took a moment to reflect on her internship.

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“At WFIU, there’s a wonderful vibe in the office, which makes it feel less like work and more like fun,” she wrote us. “Everyone really works together as a team, and I was welcomed very warmly into that team. “The experience taught me how to create a radio feature from beginning to end: from choosing a topic and researching it, to setting up and conducting the interview, to editing the piece for broadcast and podcast, to writing (and editing) the story and publishing it on the website. “It’s a fantastic feeling to do something that actually matters, that people will hear. I think it’s safe to say that WFIU gave me a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I look back on my time there with a huge smile on my face which probably expresses more than words.” Thanks Anja! We wish you well. November 2013 / Directions in Sound / Page 7






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8:51 am : Marketplace Morning Report

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10:01 & 11:01 am : NPR News

Classical Music with George Walker

10:58 am : A Moment of Science

11 Noon

Songs of Willow Frost begins November 6 Ask the Mayor

Fresh Air 1 PM 2

Noon Edition

Fresh Air

Fresh Air 2:01 & 3:01 pm : NPR News

Performance Today

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Just You and Me with David Brent Johnson

4:58 pm : A Moment of Science

5 5:04 & 5:33 pm : State and Local News

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Marketplace Classical Music

Fresh Air

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Ether Game

Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts

Sounds Choral

Chamber Music Society from Lincoln Center



Standards by Starlight


Night Lights

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Horizons in Music

Mid. 1 AM

The Record Shelf

Jazz at Lincoln Center Jazz with Bob Parlocha

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Sunday Saturday

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Living on Earth Earth Eats

News Programs


Local and State News Weekdays at 6:06 am, 7:06 am, 8:06 am, 12:04 pm, 5:04 pm, 5:33 pm Saturdays at 7:04 am, 8:34 am, 9:34 am


Marketplace Morning Report Weekdays at 8:51 am


Indiana Business News Weekdays at 8:59 am (immediately following Marketplace)

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Wait Wait . . . Don’t Tell Me!


Says You!


Saturday Opera

The Score

(Metropolitan Opera season begins 12/7/13)

Travel with Rick Steves

Sound Medicine

The Thistle and Shamrock

The New York Philharmonic This Week

Classical Music

Jazz with Bob Parlocha

Holly Thrasher

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A Moment of Science Weekdays at 10:58 am and 4:56 pm


Community Minute Weekdays at 8:50 am, 11:59 am, 3:27 pm


Composers Datebook Mondays through Wednesdays at 3:25 pm


Focus on Flowers Thursdays and Fridays at 3:25 pm Saturdays and Sundays at 6:57 am


Moment of Indiana History Mondays at 11:24 am Wednesdays at 7:57 pm Fridays at 11:00 pm

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TED Radio Hour

All Things Considered

The Folk Sampler

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With Heart and Voice

Michael Paskash

Speak Your Mind Weekdays at 9:02 am and 11:24 am (as available)


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The Poets Weave Sundays at 2:01 pm

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Key to abbreviations.

a., alto; b., bass; bar., baritone; bssn., bassoon; cl., clarinet; cond., conductor; cont., continuo; ct., countertenor; db., double bass; ch., chamber;, English horn; ens., ensemble; fl., flute; gt., guitar; hn., horn; hp., harp; hpsd., harpsichord; intro., introduction; instr., instrument; kbd., keyboard; lt., lute; ms., mezzo-soprano; ob., oboe; orch., orchestra; org., organ; Phil., Philharmonic; p., piano; perc., percussion; qt., quartet; rec., recorder; sax., saxophone; s., soprano; str., string; sym., symphony; t., tenor; tb., trombone; timp., timpani; tpt., trumpet; trans., transcribed; var., variations; vla., viola; vlc., vdg., viola da gamba; violoncello; vln., violin. Upper case letters indicate major keys; lower case letters indicate minor keys.

Note: Daily listings are as complete as we can make them at press time, and we strive to provide full program information whenever possible. Some programs, however, do not provide us with information about their content. We include the titles of those programs as a convenience. When we receive no program information for a given day, the day will not appear in the listings. For a complete list of WFIU’s schedule, see the program grid on pages 8 and 9.

9:00 PM THE THISTLE AND SHAMROCK Fund Drive 2013 Fiona Ritchie presents our own favorites from Dougie MacLean, Luka Bloom, Solas and The Chieftains.

3 Sunday 11:00 AM RADIOLAB Fund Drive 2013 12:00 PM HARMONIA Music for Bass Instruments We’ll spend time with composers who played—and loved to write for—the bass instruments that you can’t fit in the overhead compartment of an airplane. We’ll also explore music written for violin threesomes and hear chant from a 14th-century manuscript called the Thomas Gradual. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Fund Drive 2013 7:00 PM PROFILES Selected Shorts Three short interviews that didn’t fit in the full hour format, with guests Seymour Hersh, Dan K. Thomasson, and Phil Summers. 8:00 PM THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK MACABRE MASTERWORKS CONDUCTORS: Arturo Toscanini (Bach); Alan Gilbert (Mussorgsky); Leonard Bernstein; Charles Dutoit (Berlioz) SOLOISTS: Paul Groves, tenor; Willard White, bass; Westminster Symphonic Choir; Charles Bressler, tenor; Chorale Art Society

1 Friday 8:00 PM AFTERGLOW Fund Drive Finale Join us for our standard mix of jazz, ballads, and popular song, and take just a minute or two to show your support. 9:00 PM STANDARDS BY STARLIGHT Fund Drive 2013

2 Saturday 1:00 PM SATURDAY AFTERNOON OPERA Fund Drive 2013 8:00 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Fund Drive 2013

10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS Kney Sayers Positive returns from the numerous soloists who have presented concerts on the instrument Gabriel Kney built for the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota

5 Tuesday 8:00 PM ETHER GAME Bewitched A show with quizzes guaranteed to bother and bewilder. 9:00 PM SOUNDS CHORAL A Tribute to Stephen Paulus After a massive stroke in July this year, Stephen Paulus is beginning to respond to simple commands. We’ll hear excerpts from his oratorio To Be Certain of the Dawn, as well as other works. 10:00 PM HORIZONS IN MUSIC ICONS: Evan Chambers A focus on the music of this contemporary composer and his works inspired by the traditional music of the United States and the British Isles.

6 Wednesday 8:00 PM DEUTSCHE WELLE FESTIVAL CONCERTS SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2 CONDUCTOR: Mariss Jansons ORCHESTRA: Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra SHOSTAKOVICH—Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 54 TCHAIKOVSKY—Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74, Pathétique

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10:00 PM NIGHT LIGHTS Turn Me On, Night Lights Man Night Lights approaches the finish line of our fund drive, still needing your support. 11:00 PM JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Sweet Honey in the Rock Grammy-winning a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock shines a new light on the work of Odetta, Abbey Lincoln, and Nina Simone—and marks their own 40-year anniversary with something new: a backing trio. Performances include “Midnight Special,” “Love Me or Leave Me,” and “Feelin’ Good.”

SHOSTAKOVICH—Symphony No. 10 in E Minor, Op. 53 BACH—Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 582 (CSO Brass)

Paul Groves

BACH—Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565 MUSSORGSKY/RIMSKY-KORSAKOV— Night on Bald Mountain GOUNOD—Ballet Music from Faust BERLIOZ—Pandemonium from The Damnation of Faust LISZT—A Faust Symphony

8:00 PM CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Russian Quintets PROKOFIEV—Quintet in G Minor, Op. 39 (Stephen Taylor, oboe; Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet; Harumi Rhodes, violin; Richard O’Neill, viola; Kurt Muroki, bass)

4 Monday 8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Vasily Petrenko’s CSO Debut. ELGAR—Cockaigne Overture BARBER—Violin Concerto, Op. 14 (Robert Chen, violin) Harumi Rhodes

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SHOSTAKOVICH—Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 57 (Anne-Marie McDermott, piano; Ani Kavafian, Ida Kavafian, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Fred Sherry, cello) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Music for Bass Instruments See November 3 listing. 10:00 PM FIESTA! Two to Tango

8 Friday 8:00 PM AFTERGLOW A Soldier and a Song: Johnny Desmond Recordings of the star vocalist from Glenn Miller’s World War II Army Air Force band 9:00 PM STANDARDS BY STARLIGHT Ol’ Clickety Clack 10:00 PM NIGHT LIGHTS Jazz Women Of The 1940s Trumpeter Billie Rogers, vibraphonist Marjorie Hyams, and other unsung heroines of the World War II era in jazz. 11:00 PM JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Chucho Valdes and The Afro Cuban Jazz Messengers Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes is today’s ultimate jazz ambassador—from deep Afro-Cuban roots and improvisational jazz mastery, he creates a sophisticated style all his own. For their first stateside performance in seven years, Valdes brings his Afro Cuban Messengers to the Allen Room.

and Remembrance Day in the UK remember the lives of those who have served in the defense of our two countries. We’ll share music of remembrance on this broadcast. 7:00 PM PROFILES A’Lelia Bundles, president of the Madam Walker/A’Lelia Walker Family Archives (repeat) 8:00 PM THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK CONDUCTOR: Joshua Weilerstein SOLOIST: Arabella Steinbacher, violin GOLIJOV—Last Round MENDELSSOHN—Violin Concerto DVOŘÁK—Symphony No. 8

ORCHESTRA: Academy of Early Music, Berlin MOZART—Serenade No. 13 in G Major for Strings, K. 525, Eine kleine Nachtmusik BENDA—Violin Concerto in A Major BOCCHERINI—Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid, Op. 30, No. 6 SOLOISTS: Konstantin Lifschitz, piano; Jörg Widmann, clarinet; Marie-Luise Neunecker, horn; Diego Chenna, bassoon ENSEMBLE: Auryn Quartet JANÁČEK—Concertino for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, Clarinet, French Horn and Bassoon PROKOFIEV—Quintet in G Minor, Op. 39

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11 Monday 8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Riccardo Muti Conducts Bruckner 1 WAGNER—Siegfried’s Rhine Journey and Funeral March from Götterdämmerung BEETHOVEN—Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58 (Rudolf Buchbinder, piano) BRUCKNER—Symphony No. 1 in C Minor


10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS The Winds of Aeolus A glimpse at some intriguing repertoire and exquisite recordings made by engineerproducer Christoph Frommen for his Aeolus Music label

9 Saturday 1:00 PM HOUSTON GRAND OPERA VERDI—Il Trovatore Leonora: Tamara Wilson Manrico: Marco Berti Azucena: Dolora Zajick Conductor: Patrick Summers 8:00 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Down This Road: driving beyond the headlights 9:00 PM THE THISTLE AND SHAMROCK Continental Celtic Follow hypnotic dance rhythms to Brittany and Galicia, explore a panorama of songs in Breton, French and Spanish, and savor the essence of continental Celtic music.

10 Sunday 11:00 AM RADIOLAB Emergence 12:00 PM HARMONIA Fit for a King Powerful rulers do double duty this week on Harmonia. We’ll hear music composed by kings and emperors including Henry VIII, Frederick the Great, Leopold I and Alfonso X. Plus, we’ll hear from a featured release of music by the great trouvère, Thibaut I, King of Navarre. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Remembrance Following closely on the heels of All Saints’ Day, national observances of Veterans Day

Gloria Chien

Christoph Frommen

12 Tuesday 8:00 PM ETHER GAME City Serenades This cosmopolitan edition of Ether Game is all fun and no traffic. 9:00 PM SOUNDS CHORAL Masses of Czech Composers Besides the well-known Glagolithic Mass by Leoš Janáček, there is another mass by the same name by Josef Bohuslav Foerster composed in 1923. We’ll hear this work as well as the Mass in B-flat by Josef Suk. 10:00 PM HORIZONS IN MUSIC Glass: Symphony No. 5, pt. 1 The first of a two part series featuring Glass’s representation of many of the world’s great “wisdom” traditions


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BRITTEN—Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac for Countertenor, Tenor, and Piano, Op. 51 (Daniel Taylor, countertenor; Anthony Griffey, tenor; Gloria Chien, piano) DVOŘÁK—Trio in G Minor for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 26 (Gloria Chien, piano; Nicolas Dautricourt, violin; Nicolas Altstaedt, cello) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Fit for a King See November 10 listing. 10:00 PM FIESTA! Three Composers from Catalonia MONTSALVATGE—Madrigal (1991) MONTSALVATGE—Tres policromías (1994)-Fanfarria Recóndita-Siciliana-furtivaAdagietto-ráfaga de tango MOMPOU—El Pont del Montjuic (1941) BALADA—Concierto Mágico para Guitarra y Orquesta-Sol-Luna-Duende

15 Friday 8:00 PM AFTERGLOW Frank Sinatra’s She Shot Me Down Afterglow features a late-period classic album from the Chairman of the Board. 9:00 PM STANDARDS BY STARLIGHT With host Dick Bishop

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10:00 PM NIGHT LIGHTS To Dig or Not to Dig: Jazz and Hip with Phil Ford Musicologist Phil Ford joins the program to talk about his new book Dig, which explores the role of hip in mid-20th century American culture.

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18 Monday 8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Miguel Carlos Prieto Conducts Revueltas


11:00 PM JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Kurt Elling and Richard Galliano Vocalist Kurt Elling and French accordionist Richard Galliano transport us from the New York vista of the Allen Room to the cafes of Paris and the plazas of Buenos Aires. Don’t miss this heartfelt collaboration exploring the art of the ballad. We’ll hear classics such as “Nicht Wandle, Mein Licht,” an arrangement of The Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood,” and “La Vie en Rose.”

16 Saturday 1:00 PM HOUSTON GRAND OPERA HANDEL—Xerxes Serse (Xerxes): Susan Graham Romilda Laura Claycomb Arsamene (Arsamenes) David Daniels Conductor: William Lacey 8:00 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER The Folk Museum: not that long ago 9:00 PM THE THISTLE AND SHAMROCK New Fall Sounds Get a few ideas for your holiday gift shopping as Fiona Ritchie introduces new releases from debuting artists that have caught her ear as well as favorite players who have helped to define the genre.

17 Sunday 11:00 AM RADIOLAB Mortality 12:00 PM HARMONIA Quit Your Day Job A lot of parents aren’t thrilled with the idea of their child pursuing a career in music. Apparently this isn’t a new sentiment. This week, we’ll hear music by astrologers, cabinet makers, poets, and others who ducked or bucked their non-musical lives to compose music of lasting power. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Benjamin Britten November 22, 2013 marks the 100th birthday of one of the great composers of the last century. Peter DuBois presents sacred choral music of this modern master. 7:00 PM PROFILES Nicolas Winding Refn, Danish film director 8:00 PM THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK CONDUCTOR: Semyon Bychkov SOLOIST: Kirill Gerstein, piano RACHMANINOFF—Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini SHOSTAKOVICH—Symphony No. 11, The Year 1905

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Miguel Carlos Prieto

GINASTERA—Suite from Panambí SAINT-SAËNS—Piano Concerto No. 5 in F Major, Op. 103, Egyptian (Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano) REVUELTAS—La Noche de los Mayas GROFE—Mississippi Suite, Mardi Gras PRICE—Mississippi River (Mei-Ann Chen, conductor) 10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS Britain’s Great Britten A select survey of sacred music composed by Benjamin Britten

19 Tuesday 8:00 PM ETHER GAME Swan Songs We go out with a bang, not a whimper, on this edition of Ether Game. 9:00 PM SOUNDS CHORAL Choral Music of James MacMillan Contemporary Scottish composer James MacMillan has been heavily influenced by his Scottish heritage. We’ll hear his Magnificat and his Missa Dunelmi composed by Durham Cathedral in Durham, England. 10:00 PM HORIZONS IN MUSIC Glass: Symphony No. 5, pt. 2 The conclusion of Glass’s symphonic representation of many of the world’s great “wisdom” traditions

20 Wednesday 8:00 PM DEUTSCHE WELLE FESTIVAL CONCERTS HELMUTH RILLING FAREWELL CONCERT CONDUCTOR: Helmuth Rilling SOLOISTS: Anke Vondung, alto; Dominik Wortig, tenor; Michael Nagy, bass ORCHESTRA: Bach Collegium Stuttgart CHORUS: Gächinger Kantorei BRAHMS—Nänie, Op. 82 RIHM—Stille Feste (Silent Festivities) (World Premiere) MENDELSSOHN—The First Walpurgis Night, Op. 60

Wu Han

RACHMANINOV—Suite for Two Pianos RACHMANINOV—Suite No. 1 for Two Pianos (Wu Han, Inon Barnatan, pianos) RACHMANINOV—Suite No. 2 for Two Pianos (Gilles Vonsattel, Inon Barnatan, pianos) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Quit Your Day Job See November 17 listing. 10:00 PM FIESTA! Program content to be determined

22 Friday 8:00 PM AFTERGLOW Hoagy in Hollywood: Hoagy Carmichael’s Music on Film A look at the cinematic side of the Hoosier songwriter’s career 9:00 PM STANDARDS BY STARLIGHT Happy Birthday, Hoagy 10:00 PM NIGHT LIGHTS The Year in Jazz: 1963 Another in our ongoing series of jazz flashback programs, with music from John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Jackie McLean, and others 11:00 PM JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Maceo Parker: Funky Stuff Funk’s living legend Maceo Parker brings soul to the Allen Room. He’s played alongside James Brown, George Clinton, and Prince—but on his own, he’s a force to be reckoned with. Parker’s compositions leads his funk orchestra through a set that includes “Off The Hook,” “Georgia on My Mind,” and “Make It Funky.”

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23 Saturday 1:00 PM HOUSTON GRAND OPERA MOZART—Don Giovanni Don Giovanni: Adrian Eröd

RAVEL—Rapsodie espagnole PENDERECKI—Concerto grosso MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL Pictures at an Exhibition

25 Monday 8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Haitink Conducts Brahms HAYDN—Symphony No. 101 in D Major, The Clock BRAHMS—Concerto for Violin and Cello in A Minor, Op. 102 (Renaud Capuçon, violin; Gautier Capuçon, cello) BRAHMS—Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68

Adrian Eröd as Don Giovanni

Leporello: Kyle Ketelsen Donna Anna: Rachel Willis-Sørensen Conductor: Trevor Pinnock 8:00 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Along the Tracks: great train songs 9:00 PM THE THISTLE AND SHAMROCK Roots Run Deep Musical communities coast-to-coast in the U.S. and Canada show their roots with great traditional fiddling, gorgeous sensing, and ear-catching blends of American and Celtic music

24 Sunday 11:00 AM RADIOLAB Where Am I? 12:00 PM HARMONIA Giving Thanks Over the centuries, composers have turned to music as a way of giving thanks. They have written music giving thanks to God, to country, even to the Pope. Join us as we explore music from a variety of composers in this season of gratitude. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Christ the King and Thanksgiving The Liturgical Year concludes this week with the celebration of Christ the King, looking forward to the Second Coming, even as we mark the traditional American holiday of Thanksgiving. Peter DuBois will help us celebrate both with great choral and organ music.

10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS Assessing Alkan A bicentennial review of some intriguing compositions by the reclusive and legendary 19th-century virtuoso Charles-Valentin Alkan

26 Tuesday 8:00 PM ETHER GAME Horn of Plenty Loosen your belt for a cornu-copious amount of delicious works. 9:00 PM SOUNDS CHORAL New Releases New Releases this month include the Requiem by 19th-century Austrian composer of light operas Franz Von Suppé, as well as an album devoted to the choral music of contemporary Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara.

Shannon Hayden

Cellocity Modern music for cello featuring an interview with Shannon Hayden

27 Wednesday 8:00 PM DEUTSCHE WELLE FESTIVAL CONCERTS BEETHOVENFEST IN BONN 1 CONDUCTOR: Kent Nagano SOLOIST: Jörg Widmann, clarinet ORCHESTRA: Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen WIDMANN—Armonica for Orchestra MOZART—Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622 BRAHMS—Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98

7:00 PM PROFILES Photojournalist Stephen Ferry (repeat) 8:00 PM THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK CONDUCTOR: Charles Dutoit SOLOISTS: Carter Brey, cello; Alisa Weilerstein, cello; Daniel MüllerSchott, cello


28 Thursday 8:00 PM THANKSGIVING WITH CANTUS Host Alison Young is joined by Cantus, one of America’s best all-male choruses, for singing and storytelling about gratitude and what it means to be thankful. 9:00 PM HARMONIA Giving Thanks See November 24 listing. 10:00 PM GIVING THANKS With music and stories for Thanksgiving and no clichés about pilgrims and pumpkin pies, host John Birge creates a thoughtful, contemporary reflection on the meaning of the holiday. Guests include: Julia Sweeney, Anne Lamott, pianist Simone Dinnerstein, soprano Dawn Upshaw, and a spellbinding story from actor Charles Laughton, giving thanks for art that connects us to the creative spirit.

29 Friday 8:00 PM AFTERGLOW What’s New Our periodic roundup of new and recent releases. 9:00 PM STANDARDS BY STARLIGHT With host Dick Bishop 10:00 PM NIGHT LIGHTS Reminiscing in Tempo: Remembrance in Jazz and Popular Song A Thanksgiving week tribute featuring music evoking or inspired by the memory of friends, loved ones, and musical colleagues. 11:00 PM JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra Pianist, composer, and arranger Toshiko Akiyoshi mixes intricate bebop sensibilities and Japanese influences in a big band sound. Joined by saxophonist Lew Tabackin and Japanese taiko drummer Eitetsu Hayashi, Akiyoshi leads a dazzling performance of her own compositions including “Remembering Bud” and “Pollination.”

30 Saturday 1:00 PM HOUSTON GRAND OPERA WAGNER—Tristan and Isolde Isolde: Nina Stemme Tristan: Ben Heppner Brangaene: Claudia Mahnke Conductor: Patrick Summers 8:00 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Out in the Country: peaceful and quiet 9:00 PM THE THISTLE AND SHAMROCK Wayfaring Strangers Follow the great musical migration from Scotland, through Ulster to Appalachia. Maggie MacInnes, Tim O’Brien, Cara Dillon, Jean Ritchie, Sheila Kay Adams, and others share songs that tell the story of a remarkable musical diaspora.

Carter Brey

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This month on WTIU television.

President John F. Kennedy

American Experience: JFK Part One: Monday, November 11, 9 p.m.; Sunday, November 17, 1 p.m. Part Two: Tuesday, November 12, 9 p.m.; Sunday, November 17, 3 p.m. Forever enshrined in myth by an assassin’s bullet, John F. Kennedy’s presidency has defied objective appraisal. This new portrait offers a fresh assessment of the man, his accomplishments, and his unfulfilled promise.

NOVA: Cold Case JFK Wednesday, November 13, 9 p.m.; Thursday, November 14, 1 p.m. Fifty years on, what can science tell us about the Kennedy assassination? Committed in front of hundreds of witnesses, it was an investigator’s best-case scenario—yet the assassination became a forensic nightmare.

Secrets of the Dead: JFK: One P.M. Central Standard Time Wednesday, November 13 at 10 p.m. Narrated by George Clooney and featuring an interview with President Bill Clinton, this special recounts the riveting story of the reporting from Dallas and the New York CBS newsroom from the moment President Kennedy was shot until Walter Cronkite’s emotional pronouncement of his death at 1:00 p.m.

FRONTLINE: Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald? Tuesday, November 19, 10 p.m. Twenty years ago, FRONTLINE’s investigative team spent more than a year reexamining Lee Oswald’s life. Traveling around the world, the team uncovered new witnesses, documents, photographs, video and audio recordings.

Page 14 / Directions in Sound / November 2013 November 2013 PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SUPPORT Indiana University CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP Bloomington Chiropractic Center Bloomington Iron & Metal, Inc. Bloomington Veterinary Hospital Blues at the Crossroads Festival—Terre Haute Judson Brewer, M.D., P.C., Obstetrics and Gynecology Brown Hill Nursery of Columbus Dr. Phillip Crooke Obstetrics & Gynecology Delta Tau Delta Fraternity— Indiana University Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana Duke Energy Dr. David Howell & Dr. Timothy Pliske, DDS of Bedford & Bloomington KP Pharmaceutical Technology Nick’s English Hut Pynco, Inc.—Bedford Smithville PROGRAM UNDERWRITERS 4th Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts AARP Allen Funeral Home Andrews, Harrell, Mann, Carmin and Parker P.C. Anderson Medical Products Aqua PRO Argentum Jewelry Baugh Enterprises Commercial Printing & Bulk Mail Services Bell Trace Bicycle Garage Bloom Magazine Bloomingfoods Market & Deli Bloomington Ford Lincoln Bloomington Guitar and Amp Bloomington Parks & Recreation

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Bloomington Playwrights Project Bloomington Project School Bloomington Symphony Orchestra Brown County Playhouse The Buskirk-Chumley Theater Butler Winery By Hand Gallery Cardinal Stage Company Columbus Area Arts Council Columbus Visitors Center Crossroads Repertory Theatre Dan Williamson, Insurance Agent Dancing Bear Shop Dell Brothers DePauw University Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana Designscape Horticultural Services, Inc. The District Eco Logic, LLC Elevate Ventures Farm Bloomington Finch’s Brasserie The Foot and Ankle Center Friends of Art Bookstore Friends of the LibraryMonroe County Four Seasons Retirement Community Garden Villa Gilbert Construction Global Gifts Goods for Cooks Greene & Schultz, Trial Lawyers, P.C. Grunwald Gallery The Herald-Times Hillard Lyons-Jeff Main Hills O’Brown Realty Hills O’Brown Property Management Christopher J. Holly, Attorney at Law Home Instead Senior Care Hoosiers for Higher Education Indiana Daily Student Indiana Repertory Theatre Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis/Marion County Public Library The Inn at Irwin Gardens International Harp Competition The Irish Lion Restaurant and Pub ISU-Community Semester

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Lennie’s (Just You and Me) Malcolm Webb Wealth Management (Standards by Starlight) Meadowood Senior Living (Classical Music with George Walker) Pizza X (Just You and Me) Smithville (Ask the Mayor) (Noon Edition) Soma (Just You and Me) (Afterglow) Spalding Law LLC (Just You & Me) Stumpner’s Building Services (Afterglow) Touchstone Wellness Massage and Yoga (Earth Eats) The Trojan Horse (Just You and Me) Vance Music Center (Classical Music with George Walker) NATIONALLY SYNDICATED PROGRAM SUPPORT Landlocked Music (Night Lights) Indiana University (A Moment of Science) Laughing Planet (Night Lights) Pynco, Inc., Bedford (A Moment of Science) (Harmonia)

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November 2013 – Radio Guide  

Listening Guide for WFIU – Public Radio Serving South Central Indiana

November 2013 – Radio Guide  

Listening Guide for WFIU – Public Radio Serving South Central Indiana