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Discover why the Brush Master continues to hand paint signs for Indianapolis businesses.
Since 1964, Indianapolis neighbors celebrate one family’s brave escape from abuse.
Discover how the Propylaeum has evolved to meet the needs of Indianapolis women.
A statue started at a car dealership and now honors Miami Chief Godfroy in Montpelier.
4-H participants compete in the state finals of the Llama Costume Contest.
Visit Indy, Lafayette, and New Harmony to learn about our state insect, the Say’s Firefly....
The story of the iconic sugar cream pie.
Indy's Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum features over 650 Ladies of Liberty. From dolls and miniature...
Indiana's US Colored Troops and the origins of Juneteenth
In 1864, an escaped slave George Knox made a name for himself in Indianapolis.
8-year-old Michael Parker joins the Indianapolis Indians baseball team.
WildCare is an organization that rehabilitates native species and educates the public.
Across Indiana is back, and we couldn't begin without series creator Michael Atwood.
Indianapolis’ Andrew Bowman is the grandson of a Civil War hero.
We visit Whiting, Indiana to celebrate an Eastern European delicacy at Pierogi Fest.
Crawfordsville’s Rotary Jail Museum is a portal to the past.
Saxophonist Jimmy Coe's fantastic journey from high school grad to jazz legend.
From church newsletter to vital Black newspaper, the Indianapolis Recorder's journey.
Historian Rea Ferguson uncovers the hidden Black history of Indiana's rural communities.
Explore Madam Walker's legacy and the iconic Madam Walker Theatre.
Remembering the pottery, simplicity, and unique perspectives of Richard & Marj Peeler.
Dave Stoelk walks in the shoes of one of the last remaining milkmen, Don France, in Martinsville,...
The Indiana Medical History Museum holds many oddities from a time long gone.
In this 2006 episode, William Rasdell used photography and technology to celebrate life.
Hoosier history at risk! Archivist fights time to save Indiana's past.
In 1994, "Across Indiana" discovered the Twelve Mile Christmas Pageant.
Berne, Indiana, was established by Swiss immigrants in the 1800s.
Join this Hoosier family in the age-old tradition of picking out the family Christmas tree...
Artist Leigh Dunnington Jones makes unusual Christmas sculptures from unwanted materials.
Does a ghost haunt the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre in Indianapolis?
Jack Cooper's words survive tragedy in World War II Pacific.
Check out Pumpkin Fantasyland, one of the country's biggest pumpkin farms.
Across Indiana re-creates "The Vanishing Hitchhiker", a Hoosier urban legend.
In this archival story, explore the history of the Indiana War Memorial Plaza.
Across Indiana visits a canine pool party and a renaissance fair.
Think Globally; geocaching, Suni McGrath, Religion of Wicca, Civil War George Barrett.
Passion is the fashion.
Host Michael Atwood gets a taste of life in the 1800s at Conner Prairie.
Chambers Ovens, Alma Chambers and Charlie's Carmel Corn.
Episode Segments: American Pie Sign Language Argentine Social Tango Saturday Night Lights...
Indiana Tearjerkers The Real Stalag 17 Day at a Time
Travels with Darby: Marsh Madness A Universal Language - Part III Will Duck for Food
A Universal Language Travels with Darby: Purple, My Foot! Chickiepoo's
Across Indiana begins its 19th season with host Michael Atwood welcoming a few guest reporters....
The Sanctuary Starting with Trust Light the Way Faith Restored Here Comes Santa
Adventures of a Lifetime PK Made EZ History Matters: A Poetic Fish Out of Water
Pumpkin Pie Alternatives? Rick Walks America The Bray Way A Home for the Holidays
Episode Segments: A Trip to Remember Reflection of Yesteryear Life in the Slow Lane Porch Talk:...
Bella Pizzeria Where All Roads Lead to Bluegrass Boiled or Barbequed? Radio Magic