A public radio talk show that brings you the news, culture, and stories that matter to Illinois.
We regularly interview Illinois’s elected officials – whether they’re in state government or in Congress. You can find those interviews here!
ENCORE: Life-Threatening Food Allergies; Young Evangelicals And Climate Change; Discoveries On Black Holes
ENCORE: Seniors And Misinformation; How Poverty Affects Our Genes; Unplugging From Technology To Fully Experience Nature
ENCORE: Special Sponge For Oil Spill Cleanup; Rural Digital Divide; Sickle-Cell Disease Gene Editing; Virtual Medical Translators
Student Claymation Film ‘Estrella: An Asylum Seeker’s Story’; Active Shooter Drills In Schools; Children Weight-Loss App Backlash
How Climate Change Affects Health; Civil Forfeiture; Rep. Shimkus Announces Retirement; Location-Tracking Apps
ENCORE: The 1968 Democratic National Convention; The Partition of British India; The Life of Albert R. Lee
ENCORE: ‘American Legion’ Photography Book; Sundown Towns; ‘Hit The Wall’ Play Tackles Stonewall Riots
The Cost Of Student Housing; Hepatitis A Outbreak; New EpiPen Law; Selling Beer At College Sporting Events
We’re on the air Monday to Thursday at 11 a.m. The call-in number is 800-222-9455.To Listen:
- Live Stream
- iTunes Podcast
- Android Podcast
- To find us on Alexa, say "Play AM 580" at 11 a.m., or at other times say "Alexa, ask NPR One to play The 21st"