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 - Local News Project Intersections

A final visit to WFYI's news project, by Ryan Delany, Intersections. Our guests will be Ryan himself, before he leaves for the wilds of Alaska; Breanca Merritt from SPEA's Public Policy Institute. She co-wrote the report Troy Riggs presented last fall. Eric Saunders, who grew up near East 42th & Post Road and The Meadows (both now focus areas). He is presently the outreach and engagement coordinator for Big Brothers/Big Sisters; and Jay Height (on the phone), pastor at the Shepherd Community Center in the Near Eastside focus area, which has launched the Shalom Project.

No Limits - Indiana State Museum's Bicentennial Exhibit

Susannah Koerber and Dale Ogden of the Indiana State Museum join us to talk about the launch of the ISM's landmark state bicentennial exhibit, Indiana in 200 Objects. This is one of the biggest museum-produced shows, with more than 12 curators working on it. The 200 objects are fascinating!

No Limits - Women's Reproductive Rights

No Limits tackles the controversial topic of women's reproductive rights in Indiana in the wake of the Governor signing stringent abortion restrictions into law. Our current guest is Jane Henegar of the Indiana ACLU, which has filed suit against several state and local agencies on behalf of other agencies over the law.

No Limits - Indianapolis Children's Choir

Host John Krull talks with Dr. Henry Leck, founder and artistic director of the Indianapolis Children's Choir, sits in with John. Dr. Leck is about to retire from the ICC after 30 years and untold adventures leading thousands of metro-area children in song.

No Limits - Caring for the Caregiver

Discussion of the "Caring for the Caregiver" conference, presented by Applegate Elder Law and it's affiliate "The Voice of Aging." In-studio will be Carol Applegate. The day-long conference (April 28) will address the unique and on-going challenges that come with caring for a disabled or aging loved one.

No Limits - "Before I Die" Festival

We look at the upcoming "Before I Die" festival a first of it's kind event, modeled after similar events in the UK. Guests: Dr. Lucia Wocial. She's one of the leaders behind bringing this event to Indianapolis and a nurse ethicist.; and Jennifer Vines, Project Manager-"Before I Die" Festival.

No Limits - 36th Annual Book and Author Luncheon benefiting Christamore House

A preview the 36th Annual Book and Author Luncheon benefiting Christamore House. The Christamore House Guild has provided nearly $2 million in need-based scholarships for promising students who have given their time and talent to the community center. Our in-studio guest is Paige Button, event co-chair, and by phone, featured author Nina Sadowsky, author of "Just Fall," and producer/executive producer on several films, including "House of Sand and Fog" and "The Wedding Planner."

No Limits - IUPUI's Annual Research Day

A look at IUPUI's Annual Research Day, Friday April 8, 2016. Jon Hamilton, NPR Science Correspondent will be the keynote speaker at the event, and joins us from Washington to take part in the conversation. Our in-studio guest will be Simon Atkinson, the interim Vice Chancellor for Research at IUPUI.

No Limits - Indiana Artisan Marketplace

Looking ahead to the upcoming Indiana Artisan Marketplace, "a showcase of Indiana's best art and food." Our host for this live show is the imminently well-qualified Jill Ditmire. Joining the show as guests are: Eric Freeman, director of Indiana Artisan, Anita Hopper, art Artisan, owner of ReFind Originals, and Jayne Hoadley, food Artisan, owner of J. Evelyn Confections.

No Limits - Indiana Supreme Court Justices

John Krull interviews two Indiana Supreme Court Justices, Chief Justice Loretta Rush and Justice Brent Dickson, who will end his illustrious career on the bench by hearing oral arguments in the ORIGINAL Supreme Court chambers in Corydon next month (as part of the state's bicentennial celebrations). This is a fascinating conversation with two people at the forefront of law in Indiana.

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