All IN

All In host 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! 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.

All IN: Veterans' Mental Health

Nov 14, 2019

The suicide rate among veterans is twice that of the civilian population. Growing awareness of mental illness has prompted the VA and other veterans groups to better address mental health. The network of services is growing, but the stigma around mental illness can mean many of those who need it aren’t seeking help.

All IN: College Athletes

Nov 11, 2019

The NCAA has faced pressure for years to relax its rules on whether or not college athletes can be monetarily compensated beyond their scholarships. The organization brings in around a billion dollars a year and employs some of the highest-paid coaches in sports, professional or otherwise. Critics say if there is money to be made by the athletes themselves, they should be allowed to do so, under certain circumstances.

All IN: Kurt Vonnegut

Nov 6, 2019

Kurt Vonnegut, one of Indiana’s most famous authors, has a devoted fan base, especially in his hometown of Indianapolis. We even have a local organization devoted to collecting and showcasing artifacts and memorabilia from his storied career. After a long and arduous journey, the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library has finally found a permanent home.

All IN: Spirit & Place

Nov 4, 2019

The 2019 Spirit & Place Festival kicked off Friday evening in Indianapolis. It’s a week of conversations around culture, art and media, and how those things intertwine with important social issues. Spirit & Place encourages creative thinking, and unique approaches, to the complex challenges we face today. 

All IN: The Friday Pitch-In

Nov 1, 2019

We end every week with the Friday Pitch-In, where we catch up on some of the biggest Indiana headlines of the week with Digital Producer Lauren Chapman.

All IN: Fear

Oct 30, 2019

Haunted house attractions are a popular way to enjoy the Halloween season, from well-lit, kid-friendly walkthroughs to full-contact terror mazes for teens and adults only. But why do we like it? What does it do for us psychologically? 

All IN: Curtis Hill

Oct 28, 2019

Last year Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill was accused of sexual misconduct. Four women said he groped and harassed them at an end-of-session party. When the allegations came to light, Hill publicly denied them and refused to resign.

All IN: Hemp

Oct 24, 2019

The Office of Indiana State Chemist has received over 13,000 emails asking about hemp since the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill was signed last year.

All IN: Indiana Ghost Stories

Oct 23, 2019

Mark Marimen was once told, "Try as hard as you want. You'll never find enough ghost stories in Indiana to make a book."

All IN: Fall Foliage in Indiana

Oct 2, 2019

Towns in and around Brown County are already seeing more visitors than usual, and the leaves have barely begun to change. In a few weeks, traffic will be backed up along State Road 46, and the town of Nashville will be flooded with tourists. How does Brown County, Indiana deal with over a million leaf gazers in the span of just a few weeks? 

Vice President Mike Pence describes himself as "a Christian, a Conservative, and that order." In his new book "Piety and Power," author Tom LoBianco describes a man who struggles with the tension between faith and ambition. How do those competing forces influence his life? And now, as Vice President, the lives of Americans?

All IN: The UAW Strike

Sep 30, 2019

The United Automobile Workers, known as 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 the Midwest. The union wants GM to increase wages, reopen plants, maintain health care benefits, and reduce its use of temporary workers.