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Hoosiers at Work

From saving a musical relic to eradicating an invasive species, Hoosiers have some of the most amazing jobs.

Searching for Asian Carp

Photo: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Jessica Vandrick

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crews search for invasive Asian carp near Chicago.

Asian Carp

Scientists and fishermen alike share their concerns about the invasion of Asian Carp that is slowly making its way up the Wabash.

Pipe Organ Restoration

When Indiana Landmarks relocated their headquarters to the old Central Avenue Methodist Church in Indianapolis, they were faced with more then an aged building – they also had the challenge of bringing new life to the massive pipe organ that they knew would be destined to become a centerpiece for the facility.

Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation

We take you to the Putnam County Correctional Facility, where inmates rehabilitate retired racehorses.

Early Adopters

Along with a visit with the owner of GM’s new plug-in electric Chevy Volt, we talk with experts about what motivates those first-to-buy consumers known as “early adopters.”

Also On This Episode:

  • IU Singing Hoosiers: Dr. Michael Schwartzkopf joins us to share the latest Singing Hoosiers concert, as well as reflections on what is to be his final year as director of the world-famous show choir.