August 8th:

This week's edition of All Things Wabash Valley features Aimee-Janssen-Robinson, Senator Luke Kenley, Dr. Jim Speer & Dr. Jeffery Stone, and Cinda May.

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Our hosts for “All Things Wabash Valley” are Greg Goode, Teresa Exline, Dave Taylor, and Phil Glende of Indiana State University, and Max Jones, editor of the Terre Haute Tribune-Star.

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WISU, 89.7 FM, provides National Public Radio programming and other local and national public affairs shows to west-central Indiana and east-central Illinois through a partnership between Indiana State University and WFYI, 90.1 FM, of Indianapolis. WFYI has a long history of providing award-winning public radio and television programming in Indianapolis, and now you can hear “Morning Edition,” “All Things Considered,” “Fresh Air,” “This American Life” and other national programs, as well as Indiana news and public affairs, throughout the Wabash Valley on WISU.

WISU listeners also can hear a special locally produced show, “All Things Wabash Valley,” every Wednesday at 8 p.m. The show features guests from ISU and throughout the Wabash Valley and covers issues of interest in Terre Haute and surrounding communities. “All Things Wabash Valley” is recorded and produced by students at Indiana State. Previous broadcasts can be found elsewhere on this website.