"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."
Oct 17, 2019
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, opened for students to apply this month. Financial aid is a critical factor for many students considering college, but the process can be overwhelming. Today on All IN, we break it all down.
Oct 16, 2019
It's the busiest season of the year for some farms and orchards in Indiana. In addition to harvesting, many welcome the public to enjoy fall produce and autumnal attractions. Today on All IN, we talk about harvest festivals across the state.
Oct 15, 2019
Sometimes things go wrong in the places meant to keep us healthy. Today on All IN we're talking about "Sick," a new podcast from Side Effects Public Media that dives into these kinds of stories.
Oct 14, 2019
Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears made headlines two weeks ago when he announced the office will no longer prosecute cases for small possession of marijuana. We talk to Mears and a panel of attorneys about the implications of the change and the impacts we've already seen.
Oct 11, 2019
We end every week with the Friday Pitch-In, where we catch up on the biggest news around the state with Indiana Public Broadcasting's Lauren Chapman, and dig a little deeper into stories you should know more about.
Oct 10, 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.
Oct 09, 2019
The 28th Heartland International Film Festival, an 11-day celebration of independent film, kicks off this week in Indianapolis. We talk to filmmakers about what it's like to make a movie in Indiana, and ask Heartland organizers what's in store for festival-goers this year.
Oct 08, 2019
The White River is infamous for its less-than-sanitary status. E. coli levels in some parts of the river are high enough that even casual contact could lead to illness. But new efforts are underway to clean the White River and make it eligible for more potential activities. How did it get so filthy in the first place? That's today on All IN.
Oct 07, 2019
Today on All IN we look into the rich history of literature in Indiana, and how some of its best authors are being recognized for their work.
Oct 04, 2019
Forest management debates, a proposal to restructure the State Board of Education, and a challenge to the RFRA fix - today we break down some of the biggest stories of the week. We also learn about an apprenticeship program that launched in Elkhart County, and the untold story of black pioneers in Indiana.
Oct 03, 2019
Today on All IN we talk about bullying, with a poet and a panel of education and youth mental health experts. What is bullying like now that it can be done online? What effect does it have on the mental health of kids in school? And how can educators and parents stop it before it starts?
Oct 02, 2019
The forests of southern Indiana are known for their fall foliage - they attract about one million visitors per year to Brown County alone. But colorful leaves aren't the only thing we should pay attention to when we grab our light jackets and go on a fall hike.
Oct 01, 2019
Vice President Mike Pence - a political figure that Indiana knows well. Or do we? 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."
Sep 30, 2019
United Automobile Workers, or the UAW, is a labor union with about 400,000 active members. Two weeks ago nearly 50,000 of them organized a strike against General Motors, which led to plants shutting down across the South and Midwest.
Sep 26, 2019
Today on "All IN," Matt Pelsor discusses the life and legacy of Terre Haute native, turn-of-the-20th-Century labor leader, and five-time presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs, who is the subject of the new WFYI documentary "The Revolutionist: Eugene V. Debs".
Sep 24, 2019
Matt sits down with IPB's Lauren Chapman to break down some of the major headlines of the week - from the climate march to the UAW strike. We'll take a deep dive into a new story on cultural training and technology that allows doctors to better treat refugees and immigrants. And Matt talks to two Indiana authors about their new books.
Sep 19, 2019
Vaping is often touted as a way to quit tobacco, but recent reports on lung illness and a surge in popularity among youth have made a lot of people worried about its own health effects. Products like Juul have been marketed to teens, but contain high levels of addictive nicotine. And the state says youth vaping has increased by more than 300 percent since 2012.
Sep 17, 2019
Breaking the cycle of addiction is a challenge. For people trying to overcome an addiction, the process can be long and arduous. So when some addiction clinics market treatments that claim to provide fast and sweeping results - the appeal is clear. But are these claims backed by science?