"All IN" is a daily, statewide talk show about interesting things happening in Indiana. We want to connect people–to the latest news and to each other–through deep, thoughtful, lively conversation.
The show airs Monday to Friday from 1–2 pm. You can listen live on the radio at 90.1 FM, online at wfyi.org/listen-now, or with WFYI’s mobile app. And you can find a podcast version of the show wherever you download podcasts–just search for "All IN Indiana."
Dec 06, 2019
This week's Friday Pitch-In kicks off with the news of House Speaker Brian Bosma's replacement, who was named on Monday.
Dec 05, 2019
Efficiency and speed are pillars of Amazon's success. But at what cost? Today we talk about safety culture at Amazon, and the details surrounding the death of a worker at a facility in Plainfield, Indiana.
Dec 04, 2019
Indiana lawmakers have revealed their agendas for the 2020 legislative session. Today we outline the issues lawmakers are expected to focus on, including healthcare costs and gun safety measures.
Dec 03, 2019
Indiana's infant mortality rate is the highest in the Midwest, and seventh worst in the nation. Our mothers have a high mortality rate too. Why are we losing babies and mothers at such high rates? And what's being done to address it?
Dec 02, 2019
"Crime Junkie" is one of the most popular true crime podcasts in the country. It's recently come under fire for plagiarism, and some critics say it sacrifices integrity for entertainment.
Nov 29, 2019
Today on All IN we talk to reporters, researchers and industry leaders about the state of recycling in the capital city and its surrounding areas, and some of the ongoing efforts to make it better.
Nov 28, 2019
Sometimes things go wrong in the places meant to keep us healthy. Today on All IN we're talking about "Sick," a podcast from Side Effects Public Media that dives into these kinds of stories.
Nov 27, 2019
Today on All IN, it's the Thanksgiving show. We talk about turkeys, Indiana's unofficial state pie, Thanksgiving memories, and small talk tips to use around the table.
Nov 26, 2019
The Civic Health Index measures how "engaged" citizens are in their communities. Today on All IN we find out where Hoosiers are civically engaged, and where we have room to improve.
Nov 25, 2019
"Field Work," a podcast hosted by two young farmers in the Midwest, is about some of the innovative ways farmers are trying to make their farms both sustainable and profitable in a changing industry.
Nov 22, 2019
We end every week with the Friday Pitch-In, where we catch up on some of the biggest Indiana headlines of the week.
Nov 21, 2019
From self-driving cars to artificial intelligence, advancements in technology will continue to fundamentally change society. IU and Purdue have partnered to study the increasingly complicated ethical questions around technology, and the way people use it. Originally aired October 21, 2019.
Nov 20, 2019
Some Indiana schools are marking students that drop out as leaving to be "home-schooled." Today on All IN, we hear from education experts, legislators, and parents to explore how these records skew graduation rates and how it affects both students and schools. Episode originally aired October 10k 2019.
Nov 19, 2019
More than 60 school districts across Indiana cancelled classes today, as thousands of teachers signed up to rally at the Statehouse. Today we talk to union leaders and teachers about the goals behind Red for Ed.
Nov 18, 2019
It is now legal to bet on professional and college sports in Indiana. For the first month, only casinos could take official bets on games. But in October, after mobile betting was allowed, Hoosiers placed over $92 million in bets on sporting events.
Nov 15, 2019
RVs have made a big comeback since the Great Recession. Eighty percent of the world's RVs are made in Elkhart County in northern Indiana. It's a community built on the business of fun, but it's often the first thing to go when the economy turns south. Episode originally aired September 10, 2019.
Nov 14, 2019
A growing awareness of mental illness has prompted the VA and other veterans groups to better address mental health. The network of services is growing, but the stigma around mental illness can mean many of those who need it aren't seeking help.
Nov 13, 2019
Political journalist Tom LoBianco pulls back the curtain on the life and career of the former governor in his new book "Piety and Power: Mike Pence and the Taking of the White House."