All IN

Weekdays at 12 PM
  • Hosted by Matt Pelsor

"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: COVID-19 And Indiana’s Prisons

Apr 16, 2020
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COVID-19 spreads most easily when people are in close proximity. But for more than 26,000 inmates housed in Indiana's prisons, close proximity to other people is a part of life. State officials say they're working to prevent the virus from spreading in prisons, but some say it isn’t happening.

Spring gardening is underway, and native plants are king. Today a panel of experts on native and invasive species answer your gardening questions, and give tips for growing native plants. And what about invasive species? Are you concerned you might have invasive plants on your property? We find out how to identify and eradicate them.

All IN: Navigating Loss During A Pandemic

Apr 14, 2020

To lose a loved one during the coronavirus pandemic means having to say goodbye under circumstances most of us never would have imagined.

All IN: Covid-19 And The Black Community

Apr 13, 2020

A panel of artists, advocates, and neighborhood organizers join us to talk about some of the unique challenges facing the black community during the COVID-19 pandemic, like access to health care, nutritious food, and good information. We also talk to an expert from the diversity department at Indiana University School of Medicine about what can be done to address these disparities.

All IN: The Friday Pitch-IN, April 10, 2020

Apr 10, 2020

This week's Friday Pitch-In kicks off with the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. We talk about why Indiana is behind on COVID-19 testing, and what changes Gov. Holcomb made to the “stay-at-home” order this week.

All IN: A Century of Votes for Women

Apr 9, 2020
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Indiana recently marked 100 years since its ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. There have always been perceptions about how women vote. But are they true? We talk about it with the authors of a new book on the topic, “A Century of Votes for Women.”

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The media has been deemed an essential business, but it doesn’t mean the industry is immune from economic fallout. When newsrooms are faced with shrinking staffs, what does that mean for news coverage? And what are the consequences?

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Small business owners across the state are dealing with dramatic changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic. What financial help is out there for these businesses, and will it be enough?

All IN: The Friday Pitch-IN, April 3, 2020

Apr 3, 2020

This week’s Friday Pitch-In kicks off with a recap of the latest news around the coronavirus pandemic, and how it’s impacting Indiana. State leaders announced this week that schools will remain closed for the rest of the school year. What does that mean for teachers and students in the coming months?

All IN: Are Indiana's Hospitals Ready?

Apr 2, 2020
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We’re weeks into the coronavirus pandemic hitting the United States, and Indiana, but every day continues to bring more questions with it. In recent days, a growing number of those questions are about hospitals. How many beds, protective masks, and other supplies will be needed? And how much worse is it going to get?

All IN: Stay At Home

Mar 26, 2020
Lauren Chapman / IPB News

Governor Eric Holcomb’s “stay-at-home” order went into effect Wednesday, dramatically changing the daily lives of Hoosiers across the state.

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Child trafficking has been a problem in Ghana, West Africa for more than 50 years. One former slave founded an organization to rescue as many children as he can, and a new documentary called “The Rescue List,” which is making its broadcast debut on PBS, tells the story.

All IN: 2020 Legislative Session Recap

Mar 19, 2020
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Indiana’s 2020 legislative session ended last week. What passed, and what didn’t? Two statehouse reporters join us to reflect on what some say was a particularly “weird” session.

All IN: The New Normal

Mar 18, 2020

Efforts are underway to try to contain the Coronavirus pandemic in Indiana. Bars and restaurants are closed, schools are online, and many people are working from home, if they can. How are you adjusting? How is the pandemic affecting your life?

All IN: The Friday Pitch-IN, March 13, 2020

Mar 13, 2020

This week marked the end of Indiana’s 2020 legislative session. Today we recap its final week, and detail some of the bills awaiting Governor Holcomb’s signature. And we get an update on the most recent statements from the Governor about the coronavirus pandemic.

We also take a closer look at a few bills that would have an environmental impact on Indiana, with the head of the Hoosier Environmental Council. And next week kicks off the spring season. We’ll celebrate with an audio nature walk, with the author of the new book “Heartland Habitats.”

All IN: Vote By Mail

Mar 12, 2020
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Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Utah have all adopted some form of comprehensive vote by mail policy. In many cases voter participation increased, and costs went down due to fewer staff being needed for traditional polling places, not to mention shorter wait times at polling sites.

All In: Coronavirus

Mar 11, 2020
Provided / CDC

As of Wednesday morning, 10 people in Indiana have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Indiana State Department of Health. What precautions should we be taking? Is Indiana prepared?

All In: Shoreline Erosion On Lake Michigan

Mar 10, 2020
Provided / Timeless Aerial Photography LLC.

Many communities along the Lake Michigan shoreline are in crisis. High water levels and strong storms this winter contributed to shoreline erosion that is threatening private homes and vital infrastructure, and eating away at the beaches.

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