WFHB’s longest-running public affairs program, Interchange, wants to talk about everything, any topic, in a desire to make connections across the categorical. Our feelings and opinions about Macbeth, and college students, and guns, and dying, and movies, and Moby Dick…do speak to and for each other. Looking closely at one illuminates all the others also.
And in a like manner, crossing geographical borders also, show producer and host Doug Storm wants to find ways to bring Bloomington to the world and the world to Bloomington.
Tonight, for our 2016 Fall Fund Drive show, were highlighting Interchange programs where Bloomington is on display and sharing its wealth with the world.
Interchange investigates the arts, culture, and politics, always with an eye towards power inequalities. Power doesnt need our help or approval…it requires our critique. And power relationships are normative–you arent often able to even identify their effects.
Sitting in for Interchange Host Doug Storm are Rob Schoon and Jennifer Brooks.
Gownsburg: The Messy Child Born of a Dysfunctional Couple
On Police Force
King Lear In Original Pronunciation
Creating the Subject: Hildegard Keller’s Annemarie Mahler
“You’re the Best Around” by Joe Esposito (The Karate Kid Soundtrack)
“Hog Callin’ Blues” by Charles Mingus (Oh Yeah)
“Everybody Wants Some” by Van Halen (Women and Children First)
Producer: Doug Storm
Co-hosts: Rob Schoon & Jennifer Brooks
Assistant Producer: Rob Schoon
Board Engineer: Jennifer Brooks