No Limits

From WFYI Public Radio

No Limits, is the new weekly public affairs program on WFYI Public Radio. Hosted by John Krull, director of Franklin College's Pulliam School of Journalism, this local program will focus on the news stories of the week and the hot topics of concern to Central Indiana residents.More from No Limits »

Most Recent Episodes

No Limits - Dig-IN Taste of Indiana

Dig-IN Taste of Indiana is marking it's 7th year of celebrating Indiana food, beer and wine. Hear what's new about this incredibly popular food festival, what it tells us about food production and availability, and where the event is being held this year. Our guests are Chef Thom England, one of the Dig-IN founders; Tedd Grain of LISC and the Indy Food Council; and Kimberly Utterback, marketing, Easley Winery, who will also talk about the Indiana Wine Grape Council's sponsorship of Dig-IN.

No Limits - The Indiana Annual Recovery Month Symposium

The FSSA's Division of Mental Health and Addiction is seeking mental health, substance abuse and criminal justice officials to come together the discuss solutions at INARMS, the Indiana Annual Recovery Month Symposium in September. Mental illness and addiction are affecting every level of Hoosier life, often filtering through the criminal justice system. Our guest are Sara Cozad and Rhonda Webb from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction. (Sara K. Cozad, MSW, LCSW – Assistant Deputy Director of Adult Mental Health and Addiction Services; Rhonda Webb – Certification and Licensure Analyst)

No Limits - Central Indiana Waterways

Guests: Kelly Brown - Collective Impact Coordinator for Reconnecting to Our Waterways (ROW); Molly Trueblood - Community Organizer at Butler University Center for Urban Ecology, also on the BioBlitz committee.

No Limits - Makerspaces

What is a makerspace and what are some of the ways they're being used in central Indiana? Guests: Kim Brand, President 1st Makerspace; Adam Brand, VP Operations; and Arlon Bayless, Creativity Director.

No Limits - East Side Promise Zone

A follow-up from the Chasing the Dream poverty series on the status of the east side Promise Zone designation - John Franklin Hay, Executive Director of NEAR (Near East Area Renewal) and CEO of the Boner Center; Joe Bowling, Englewood Community Development Corporation Co-director, Director of the East Washington Street Partnership.

No Limits - Annual Summer Movies Show

No Limits' annual Summer Movies show; featuring Matt Socey, Film Soceyology; Christopher Lloyd, The Film Yap; Ed Johnson-Ott, NUVO.

No Limits - Child Sex Trafficking

Warnings about child sex trafficking are in news coverage during every major national or international event in the metro area, but it is actually happening all the time. Social media makes targeting vulnerable children easier, but some children in Indiana are being trafficked by their own families to support parents' drug addictions. Guests: Tami Silverman, Indiana Youth Institute; David Westenberger, CEO for the Indiana Youth Services Association.

No Limits - "Hoosiers" Bicentennial Documentary Series

A closer look a the "Hoosiers" bicentennial documentary series, focusing on the last two episodes scheduled for Aug 4, especially looking at the question, "What's ahead for Indiana?" Guests: Author/host Jim Madison; Perry Hammock, State Bicentennial Committee; producer Kim Jacobs, by phone.

No Limits - Food First

Food First, a new local documentary exploring the changing attitudes about food - and where it comes from - in Indianapolis. There are two final events revolving around the film this coming weekend, with very different angles on what food in Indy means. Guests: Hannah Lindgren of Deliberate Media, the film's producer; and RJ Wall, the organizer of Chef's Night Off.

No Limits - WestFest at the Eiteljorg

WestFest immerses guests in the West, from music to food to activities. The family-themed event includes the chance to pan for gold, ride an authentic stagecoach and meet cowboys, including trick roper A.J. Silver. WestFest also gives visitors a chance to experience the Grand Canyon exhibit and share their own Grand Canyon memories before the exhibit closes 8/7.

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