In case you missed comedian Lewis Black's performance at The Lerner Theatre in Elkhart, Morning Edition host Michael Linville has you covered. He spoke with Black about his career as a stand up comedian. Give it a listen.
Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with John Allen Jr, of the independent news site Crux about his upcoming talk at Holy Cross college and the church's handling of the child sexual abuse scandal.
WVPE's Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with the Democratic candidate for Indiana's 2nd district seat in the U.S. House about the issues on voters minds ahead of the midterms, including immigration, trade, healthcare and more.
Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with Dave Freeman about the book he and his wife wrote about their year in one of our nation's largest wilderness areas and about their efforts to stop sulfide ore copper mining near The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with Reyna Grande, the author of The Distance Between Us, this year's book for One Book One Michiana the Saint Joseph County Public Library's community wide reading program.
Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with Alan Hamlet, an assistant professor of civic and environmental engineering and earth sciences at The University of Notre Dame, about the affects climate change could have on Indiana.
Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher about her experience in a concentration camp, and a play about her experience being performed next week by the students at Bethany Christian High School in Goshen.