Jul 30, 2019
Diane Richards is an Indianapolis graphic designer whose early work was for Walt Disney. She and her colleagues designed signs utilized in all the parks, including Tokyo and Paris.
Diane describes how projects start and how concepts evolve from draft, to model, to final installation.
Diane also has designed signs...
Jul 23, 2019
Artistic director, fund raiser and stellar professional pianist Clare Longendyke talks about the Music in Bloom festival, inaugurated this May in Bloomington, In., and in nearby Brown County State Park.
The conversation includes her ideas and impressions of modern music, much including emerging technologies, as well as...
Jul 16, 2019
Bill Clouse has been processing mortgages more than three decades. He knows how borrowers qualify, how credit scores apply (even The Karma Score), background of The Big Short (a movie about the recession of 2007-2009), as well as how to deal with one of our hosts, Morton Marcus.
This recording opens with sounds of a...
Jul 9, 2019
Angelo Pizzo (Hoosiers, and Rudy), raised two blocks from The Indiana University Basketball Arena, loves sports, films, and creativity.
He is working on three projects. The first is about the Maynard (Iowa) girls championship basketball team of 1957. Another is a coming of age romance set in The Civil War. The last...
Jul 3, 2019
The enduring topic of vaccinations is covered in this conversation, and a new program is presented.
The new program is an effort by The State of Indiana to provide counseling to pregnant women. This program is proven to have reduced infant mortality.
(And Indiana is 7th among the states in infant...