All IN

Weekdays at 12 PM
  • Hosted by Mariam Sobh

"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.

And we would love to hear from you! Send us questions or comments on Twitter and Facebook, and we’ll try to work it into the show.

All IN: Women in Politics

May 11, 2021
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Women make up about 30% of all state legislators in the country. That number has been rising over the last few years, and the 2020 election brought in record numbers for the representation of women. But how does Indiana fit in?

Today we talk about women in Indiana politics. We talk to a state representative, a former mayor and a township trustee about their experiences, and get some advice for anyone interested in running for office.

The Oscars And Movie Culture In Indiana

Apr 27, 2021
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The 93rd annual Academy Awards aired over the weekend, giving out awards to movies released in 2020. But what movies came out last year? And do people still care about the Oscars?

COVID-19 Update: Variants And Vaccines

Apr 15, 2021
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All adults 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and the rollout is in full swing here in Indiana. But how is it going so far?

Autism Awareness

Apr 15, 2021
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Last year the Indiana Department of Education counted almost 17,000 students with autism spectrum disorders.

Today we talk about the prevalence of ASD in Indiana, and talk to educators about teaching individuals with autism spectrum disorders as well as educating others about ASD. We also talk about the impact of acceptance and inclusiveness for individuals with ASD.

The Spread Of Misinformation And Conspiracy Theories

Apr 14, 2021
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The prevalence of misinformation and conspiracy theories have become a growing point of concern in the last few years, in light of its clear impact on politics and culture in Indiana and around the world.

The Push For Solar Energy In Indiana (Repeat)

Jan 6, 2021
Greens MPs / Flickr

Advances in solar technology have come a long way in the last few years, making solar an increasingly viable energy option in Indiana. But initial installation costs remain high.

True Crime In Indiana (Repeat)

Jan 4, 2021
Courtesy of Janis Thornton

True crime stories are more popular than ever through podcasts, documentaries, and best-selling books.

Omaha Public Library / Flickr

The short list of nominees for the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards came out in early August. The awards happen every two years, and celebrate the best books written by Indiana authors.

All IN: COVID Between The Coasts: Part One

Nov 16, 2020

WNIN, the NPR station in Evansville, launched a podcast series this week called "COVID Between the Coasts". It covers the many ways the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the Midwest and the people who live here.

All IN: True Crime In Indiana

Nov 10, 2020
Courtesy of Janis Thornton

True crime stories are more popular than ever through podcasts, documentaries, and best-selling books. Today we talk to Janis Thorton, the author of "No Place Like Murder: True Crime in the Midwest." She shares her experience writing the book along with stories of jealousy, betrayal, violence, and cold-blooded murder across the Midwest.

The Ku Klux Klan In The Heartland (Repeat)

Nov 9, 2020
Courtesy of James H. Madison

Indiana’s relationship with the Ku Klux Klan is a dark part of our history, but it’s important to acknowledge and understand. In the 1920s Klan-friendly Governor Edward Jackson was elected, and KKK Grand Dragon D.C. Stephenson was a political force.

All IN: 2020 Election Aftermath

Nov 4, 2020
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Election Day might be over, but the election is not. In our Election Night Special we were joined by two political analysts and IPBS statehouse reporter to talk about the results that came out last night.

All IN: Workers Behind The 2020 Election

Nov 3, 2020
Trevor Bexon / Shutterstock

Today is Election Day. While a record number of Indiana voters have already cast their ballots, either by mail or through early voting, a lot of Hoosiers will still be headed to the polls.

We're joined today by just a few of the many people who make elections work. We talk about what it's like to run an election during a pandemic, and find out what concerns some have about how things will go.

Produced by Matt Pelsor.

Guests:

Carla Hayden

Vanderburgh County Clerk of Circuit Court

Deanna Watson

All IN: The Character of American Democracy

Sep 15, 2020
NASA / Flickr

Jill Long Thompson is a former U.S. Representative from Indiana’s 4th District, and ran against Mitch Daniels for governor in 2008. We talk to her today about ethics in government, the subject of her new book “The Character of American Democracy: Preserving Our Past, Protecting Our Future.”

All IN: Homeless Shelters And COVID-19

Sep 9, 2020
Brent Moore / Flickr

Homeless shelters across the state have had to halt, pivot, and adapt services and programming because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and they’ve taken many different approaches to keep their residents, staff, and volunteers safe.

All IN: Telehealth And COVID-19 Testing

Sep 3, 2020
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Indiana University is one of many institutions that have had to figure out how to conduct large scale COVID-19 testing for students on its campuses. On arrival, around one percent of students tested positive. We talk to a public health official there about how they've been tracking the virus since.

Courtesy of Indiana Authors Awards

The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards celebrate the best books written by Indiana authors. We’ve featured conversations with nominated authors in many of the categories throughout our series, “The Shortlist.” Today we hear from the winners.

GPA Photo Archives / Flickr

The short list of nominees for the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards came out earlier this month. The awards happen every two years, and celebrate the best books written by Indiana authors.

Today we talk to nominated authors in the children’s category.

All IN: Voting In The 2020 Election

Aug 27, 2020
Cindy Shebley / Flickr

Today we dive into all the details around voting, and counting votes, in the November election. There’s a lot of conversation going on about how it’s going to be done, how it should be done, and whether there’s reason to worry about fraud.

All IN: The Friday Pitch-In, August 21, 2020

Aug 21, 2020

In a statewide address this week, Governor Holcomb announced a new cabinet position--Chief Equity, Opportunity, and Inclusion Officer. And Planned Parenthood will drop a lawsuit against the state of Indiana over the 18-hour pre-abortion ultrasound law. Today we get updates on these stories and more.

Steve Rhodes / Flickr

Indiana’s moratorium on evictions ended last week, and many are worried the ongoing pandemic will cause a wave of evictions across the state. Evictions are often a catastrophic event in someone’s life, and can have wide-ranging consequences in the communities where they happen.

Omaha Public Library / Flickr

The short list of nominees for the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards came out earlier this month. The awards happen every two years, and celebrate the best books written by Indiana authors.

Today we talk to nominated authors in the fiction category.

Produced by Matt Pelsor.

Guests:

Brian Allen Carr
Author, “Opioid, Indiana”

Chris White
Author, “The Life List of Adrian Mandrick”

Flickr

Today Governor Eric Holcomb addresses the state on issues around equity and inclusion. The speech comes nearly three months after protests against police brutality and systemic racism kicked off in Indiana and across the country. Soon after those protests started, Holcomb said he was working on a “to-do list” to address racial injustice in the state.

All IN: Managing Anxiety And Depression (Repeat)

Aug 17, 2020
Mark Granitz / Flickr

The pandemic has been a stressful time for most of us, and a lot of people experiencing anxiety and depression might be feeling it for the first time.

Lotus Johnson / Flickr

The short list of nominees for the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards came out earlier this week. The awards happen every two years, and celebrate the best books written by Indiana authors.

All IN: Issues Facing Women Veterans

Aug 10, 2020
U.S. Military Academy / Flickr

Some women veterans don't join veteran service organizations because of a culture they say continues to marginalize them. Some say reports of sexual violence continue to be mishandled in the military. Leaders behind a new project say it's time to talk openly about all of it.

All IN: COVID-19 Update

Aug 6, 2020
The National Guard / Flickr

Indiana’s schools are starting to reopen, in a variety of ways. And although the state’s reopening plan was put on pause, it's nearing the end of its timeline. But the COVID-19 pandemic is definitely not over.

All IN: Creating Art In Uncertain Times

Aug 5, 2020
Provided by Kyle Ragsdale

Artists take inspiration from many places, but the societal upheaval of the pandemic, and protests for racial justice are ringing loudly right now. How are Indiana’s artists responding? What effect is the pandemic having on their income, and their ability to complete their work?

Phil Roeder / Flickr

Today we talk about the different approaches Indiana schools are taking to reopen, and the guidance they're using to make those decisions.

Herr Olsen / Flickr

The pandemic has introduced a lot of new challenges for Indiana, but it's also highlighted issues that have long existed. For people with intellectual and physical disabilities, getting in-person care can be crucial, but stay-at-home orders and a shortage of nurses have created huge problems for a lot of disabled Hoosiers. 

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