All IN

All IN host Matt Pelsor interviews a guest for a pre-recorded interview.

"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! Leave questions or comments on Twitter and Facebook, and we’ll try to work it into the show.

Listen live on WBAA Monday through Friday from 1-2 p.m.

COVID-19 Update

15 hours ago

Indiana health officials say we're on an exponential growth curve in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Today we talk to a panel of medical and public health experts about the latest COVID-19 figures, and we learn more about the two vaccines that are about to seek regulatory clearance. We also talk about how hospitals are dealing with the recent rise in cases, and how the holidays could have an impact in the coming months.

The Friday Pitch-In

Nov 20, 2020

Members of the Indiana General Assembly met for Organization Day for the 2021 legislative session, and decided against a mask mandate while strongly encouraging legislators to wear masks. Gov. Holcomb picked his education secretary, and filled his new cabinet position. Today we get updates on these stories and more, plus an update on COVID-19 cases across the state.

Indiana’s Show Caves

Nov 17, 2020

One of Indiana’s most prominent exports is its limestone. And where there’s limestone, there are caves. Indiana has over 3,000 known caves, and more are found every year.

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.

True Crime In Indiana

Nov 10, 2020

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

Prodcued by Matt Pelsor.


The Friday Pitch-In

Nov 6, 2020

Republicans across the state saw many victories this past week including the gubernatorial and attorney general races. Following Gov. Eric Holcomb's win, rumors of reimposing COVID-19 restrictions began to spread, but Holcomb says he isn't planning on it. Today we get updates on this story and more, including an Indiana COVID-19 update.

2020 Election Aftermath

Nov 4, 2020

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.

Indiana's Second Wave

Nov 2, 2020

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Indiana continues to rise, as the state goes through its second wave.

Today we get an in-depth update on the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic from two public health experts. How are state officials responding to this second wave? And what can we learn by looking at how the virus is spreading?

Voter Suppression And Voter Outreach

Oct 29, 2020

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, voter turnout this election is a lot harder to predict. But for some demographic groups, the pandemic is not the only factor that might deter them from going to the polls.

The Race For Indiana Attorney General (Repeat)

Oct 28, 2020

With only six days left until the General Election, we wanted to revisit a show from earlier this month on the race for Indiana attorney general.

Today we re-air extended interviews with the candidates, Democratic candidate Jonathan Weinzapfel and Republican candidate Todd Rokita, conducted by Indiana Public Broadcasting reporter Brandon Smith.

Produced by Drew Daudelin.

Are Big Changes Coming To Health Care?

Oct 26, 2020

Health care is a top issue for voters this election, and the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the urgency of an already contentious political fight around the Affordable Care Act.

Today we talk to health care and legal experts about what's at stake, and what reform is being proposed for our health care systems. How likely are sweeping changes? And how would it affect Hoosiers, and people across the country?

The Friday Pitch-In

Oct 23, 2020

The number of positive COVID-19 cases across the state is rising again this week. A second wave seems probable, but debates around statewide restrictions continue. Today we get updates on this story, the gubernatorial race, and more.

We also hear a voters' guide on statewide education policies, with the help of two education reporters.

Asian American owned businesses across the country have been struggling to stay open because of limited service, and some say discrimination has made things worse.

Today we talk to the leader of a local Asian American organization, and an Asian American business owner, about what challenges they faced at the beginning of the pandemic and how they’re doing now.

Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Oct 20, 2020

Attention around Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has grown, as the Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to pass the SCOTUS nominee for a confirmation vote from the full Senate.

The Pandemic's Impact On Rural Hospitals

Oct 19, 2020

Hospitals across the state have felt the impact of the pandemic in different ways.

Today we talk to a panel of guests about rural hospitals, the unique challenges they've faced, and the changing roles they play for the communities around them.

Produced by Drew Daudelin


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