All IN "All IN" is a program for all Hoosiers. It debuted on 90.1 WFYI July 16 and will expand to other public radio stations around Indiana beginning September 30. What does host Matt Pelsor talk about? Everything!The show touches on the issues and topics that excite and interest us, rooted in the belief that we can bring our passions and differences together in a civil, intelligent and non-judgmental environment.
All IN

All IN

From WFYI Public Radio

"All IN" is a program for all Hoosiers. It debuted on 90.1 WFYI July 16 and will expand to other public radio stations around Indiana beginning September 30. What does host Matt Pelsor talk about? Everything!The show touches on the issues and topics that excite and interest us, rooted in the belief that we can bring our passions and differences together in a civil, intelligent and non-judgmental environment.

Most Recent Episodes

The Friday Pitch-In

Today we get updates on a potential second wave of COVID-19, potential statewide education changes after the election, and we learn about seasonal affective disorder during the pandemic.

The Pandemic's Impact On Asian American And Asian Owned Businesses

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. We talk to local leaders and business owners about how they're doing.

The Pandemic's Impact On Asian American And Asian Owned Businesses

The Pandemic's Health And Economic Impact On Indianapolis Neighborhoods

The Pandemic's Health And Economic Impact On Indianapolis Neighborhoods

Today we talk about a new report focused on pandemic-related issues in Indianapolis neighborhoods, and how community groups are working to address them.

The Pandemic's Health And Economic Impact On Indianapolis Neighborhoods

Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Today we talk about Amy Coney Barrett with two of her colleagues from Notre Dame and a constitutional law expert from the IU McKinney School of Law, to learn more about the SCOTUS nominee.

The Pandemic's Impact On Rural Hospitals

The Pandemic's Impact On Rural Hospitals

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

The Friday Pitch-In

Today we get updates on a possible second wave in the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers retiring early because of the pandemic, and the story of dueling political displays in small-town Goshen, Indiana.

Energy Insecurity

Energy Insecurity

Today we talk to a researcher and an advocate about energy insecurity during the pandemic, as low income households are losing access to utility services like electricity, heating, and cooling every day.

Climate Voters In The November Election

Climate Voters In The November Election

Today we talk to a panel of experts and advocates about how the political discourse around climate issues has changed, and how it might impact the upcoming election.

The Ku Klux Klan In The Heartland

The Ku Klux Klan In The Heartland

Today we talk to James H. Madison, author of the new book "The Ku Klux Klan in the Heartland," about the history of the KKK in Indiana and its ties to current issues around race and white supremacy.

The Race for Indiana Attorney General

The Race for Indiana Attorney General

Today we hear extended interviews with the two candidates for state attorney general, Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel and Republican Todd Rokita, conducted by IPB Statehouse Reporter Brandon Smith.

Back To Top