Mar 08, 2018
Today our topic is water and charity. We'll discuss the changing the face of charity particularly as it relates to the global clean water crisis and how philanthropy is changing for a new generation of people who give locally and globally. We're joined by Scott Harrison, founder and CEO of charity: water, and Water for Good CEO Rich Klopp.
Mar 06, 2018
Today's No Limits will be a conversation about the impact of Mr. Rogers work as it relates to early education, community and neighborhood and the power of television programming. The shows guests are: Dr. Gary Edgerton, Director of Media and Entertainment at Butler, Cameron Radford, Indianapolis Director of Community Outreach and Amy Helton with Early Learning Indiana.
Mar 01, 2018
Today we're talking about the Indiana Authors Award, which is celebrating 10 years, and for which the public submission period recently began. No Limits will take a look back at the award program and its impact. We'll also talk to one of the authors being honored. Our guests are Caity Withers with the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation, Elaine Drew who served as Indiana Authors Award researcher and author James Thom who is receiving a lifetime achievement award.
Feb 27, 2018
Ahead of the Oscars this weekend, John Krull will focus on the state of movies in Indiana. What successes has the state had in film? What efforts are there to increase the industry in Indiana? What is holding us back from making more films here and what successes are we seeing? Guests are Craig Mince from Indy Film Fest, Teresa Sabatine with Film Indy and John Armstrong of Pigasus Pictures.
Feb 22, 2018
Former US Congressman Lee Hamilton will join John Krull from the WFIU studios in Bloomington to talk about his life and work.
Feb 20, 2018
This week No Limits will continue a discussion about the opioid epidemic and the impact on minorities following a Side Effects program last week. This show will focus on the many challenges and complexities of the opioid epidemic and how it may be impacting different communities in different ways. We'll touch on harm reduction, mental health help, stigma and medicated assisted treatment. Today's guests include, Carl Ellison, president of the Indiana Minority Health Coalition, Stan DeKemper a community advocate and addiction expert with Mental Health America Indiana and Joselyn Whitticker a community leader from Marion, IN.
Feb 15, 2018
A project to rebuild the north split in downtown Indianapolis was announced by INDOT last year. The plans caused concern for a number of local residents and businesses and a coalition formed to urge other options. John Krull will talk to those closest to the project to hear why it's badly needed and the process and also why members of the coalition are not happy with the plans the way they are. Joining the show as guests: Andy Dietrich with INDOT and engineer Seth Schickel. Marsh Davis with Indiana Landmarks and Kevin Osburn a local architect that lives in the neighborhood will also join the show.
Feb 13, 2018
Today's No Limits will be a discussion about how race, place, design and history intersect to influence urban cores and what this looks like in Indianapolis. The guests on this show are: Ronda Henry Anthony and Paul Mullins professors at the IUPUI School of Liberal Arts, they will both be presenting at an upcoming Taylor Symposium on the topic. Also joining us is Brad Beaubian, Long range planner for Indianapolis.
Feb 08, 2018
Today on No Limits John Krull will talk to political reporters from around the state as the legislative session marks the halfway point. They'll take a look at what bills will be crossing over and what any new legislation might mean for Hoosiers. Guests include Brandon Smith from Indiana Public Broadcasting. Janet Williams with the Statehouse File and Dan Carden with the Northwest Times.
Feb 06, 2018
Today on No Limits the topic is the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA which is tied up in immigration reform talks ahead of a government funding deadline this week. John will chat with a local immigration attorney and a former DACA recipient to explain what the program has meant for young people in Indy and what reform might look like moving forward.
Feb 01, 2018
Today, John Krull talks with some of those close to a controversial zoning issue in Carmel. A group of Muslims living in Hamilton County proposed a new mosque at a site in a residential suburb. Residents oppose the project, citing traffic and property value concerns. Mosque organizers have met the objections with scaled back building plans and say the site is ideal for their worship needs. Both parties made their case at a recent well-attended city council meeting (http://bit.ly/2DNkHvP), and a decision could come this month. Our guests will be Adam Aasen, a reporter in Carmel, Ron Carter, a Carmel Councilman, Juvaria Khan, an attorney with Muslim Advocates and Wafa Safi a teacher.
Jan 30, 2018
Author, speaker and religion professor Dr. David Carlson joins John Krull to discuss his new book, a mystery novel, as well as a recent non-fiction book that focuses on interfaith dialogue and religious extremism.