Apr 20, 2017
No Limits' host and guests discuss the new Indy Food Drop initiative. What happens to perfectly edible food if it can't be delivered stores and restaurants? Often it's simply trashed. Now, a new plan is designed to make it easy for those carrying the foodstuffs to deliver it where it's needed most.
Apr 18, 2017
Indiana Humanities' year-long statewide Quantum Leap Initiative, which links the humanities with Indiana's amazing STEM history. Our guests are Keira Amstutz, Indiana Humanities; Beth Bechdol, AgriNovus, and Susanne Wasson; Dow AgriSciences.
Apr 13, 2017
Today on No Limits we focus on the topic of the mental health of military veterans with Dr. Roger Brooke of Duquesne University and Dr. Felicity Kelcourse of Christian Theological Seminary.
Apr 11, 2017
For the first half hour, discussing the proposed cigarette tax. Show guests are Monique French of the American Lung Association's "Raise It for Health" campaign and Rep. Ed Clere, R - New Alabany. The second half hour focuses on solar net metering, specifically rolling back the credits of homeowners and others with solar to near-wholesale rates rather than the current retail credit they currently enjoy. Guests are Jesse Kharbanda of the Hoosier Environmental Council and Mark Maassel of the Indiana Energy Association (by phone).
Apr 06, 2017
April 4, 2017 marked the 49th anniversary of Robert Kennedy's powerful speech to an Indianapolis crowd on the assassination of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As of April 2017, major plans are underway for the memorial park for the 50th anniversary of the speech. Joining the show as guests will be Amy DiStaulo, Executive Director, Kennedy King Memorial Initiative (KKMI); Billie Breaux, Marion Co Auditor and former Indiana State Senator; and Jim Trulock. Billie and Jim attended Kennedy’s speech.
Apr 04, 2017
To kick off National Poetry Month, No Limits visits with five Hoosier poets. Chris Forhan, Rachel Sahaidachny, Kyle D. Craig, John, Natalie Solmer, Callista Buchen read their own pieces, offer insights into the sources of their works, and answer the big question - why poetry? From inspirations personal to universal, you may recognize yourself in the poems these Hoosiers share with everyone.
Mar 30, 2017
A conversation with beloved Hoosier authors James Alexander Thom and his wife Dark Rain, famous for their works of historical fiction. Books such as "Follow the River" and "Warrior Woman" have earned them accolades and fans, while they continue to live quietly in a rural Indiana cabin. Learn how the research process changed them personally, how the books changed their lives, and what it was like to engage another famous Hoosier author, Kurt Vonnegut, in dinner conversation.
Mar 28, 2017
This show is the bookend to the September 22, 2016 show done at the beginning of the project. We look ahead to the wrap-up symposium in April and the new Big Brain Sculptures that were installed on the Butler campus in April 2017.
Mar 23, 2017
A visit with author Thomas Frank. Frank will be giving a presentation about his new book, "Listen, Liberal!" at the United Steel Workers 1999 Thursday evening, March 23, 2017.
Mar 21, 2017
We revisit producer Gary Harrison's documentary "Over, Under, Gone" about "low head" dams. Guests are Manuela Johnson, CEM, Administrator State Disaster Relief Fund, Indiana Department of Homeland Security; Kenneth Smith, with Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Water; and Lt. Col. Terry Hyndman, Indiana Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division. All are members of the Indiana Silver Jackets Low Head Dams Initiative Team.
Mar 16, 2017
The New Harmony Project's Evening with Playwright Robert Schenkken at the IRT. Ed Fry of the NHP will join us for the first half hour in-studio; at 1:30, Schenkkan himself will join the conversation by Skype.
Mar 14, 2017
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir 80th Anniversary/Music in Our Schools with IPS – Guests: Terion Cooper, IPS music teacher; Andrew Black: CICF Senior Community Investment officer; Michael Pettry, Executive Director of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir. The anniversary concert is March 17, 2017.