Friday’s Show

Funeral Held For Slain Auburn Officer

Authorities say Ronald Tarentino, Jr. was shot and killed during a traffic stop Sunday.

Week In Review: Remembering Officer Tarentino, Jay Walking Arrest, And Politics

Our panelists — Renee Graham and Tom Keane — go behind the headlines.

Shipwreck Discovered At Boston Seaport Construction Site

Construction crews spotted the stunning 19th Century wreckage, which archaeologists are now excavating.

Boston Massacre Hits Home With New Play, ‘Blood On The Snow’

In Winter 1770 in Boston, with American colonists increasingly resentful of British rule, an unruly crowd confronts and taunts British troops in the heart of the city.

Spielberg Challenges Harvard Graduates To Act In Face Of Hatred

“Make sure this empathy isn’t just something that you feel. Make it something you act upon. That means vote. Peaceably protest. Speak up for those who can’t and speak up for those who may be shouting but aren’t being hard. Let your conscience shout as loud as it wants if you’re using it in the service of others.”

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh On Unions, Affordable Housing, Gun Violence

It’s been a busy month for the mayor of Boston.

UMass President Marty Meehan On Divesting From Fossil Fuels

The Board of Directors of the University of Massachusetts Foundation has announced that it will sell off its fossil fuel holdings from its endowment, making them the first major public university to do so.

Why Elizabeth Warren Is An Effective Messenger For Progressive Democrats

Sen. Warren is increasingly taking on Donald Trump. She’s also a prolific fundraiser and promoter of Senate Democrats who are running for election intent on regaining a majority.

Spirituality And Transformation On Boston’s Inner-City Basketball Courts

Onaje Woodbine grew up poor, honing his basketball talents on the hard courts of Roxbury and ended up playing for Yale. But then he quit because he wanted more.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

How Labor Laws Could Play Out In Cases Involving Boston Officials

The 1973 Supreme Court Case United States vs. Enmons ruling had profound affect on union cases in the United States.

Sports With Littlefield: The Expectations-Defying NBA Playoffs

A few months ago, the NBA postseason looked like a foregone conclusion. Now, that narrative is getting more complicated.

High Rises Bring Changes To Boston's 'Hobby Street'

Downtown Crossing is enjoying a renaissance. But, with so many high rises sprouting up in the area, small-scale commercial streets’ futures are in doubt.

The Remembrance Project: Gunther Hoos

Writer Elissa Ely remembers Gunther Hoos, a film professor who wanted to make film-making accessible and affordable for all.

How Can We Get Better At Negotiation?

Master negotiator Daniel Shapiro on how to resolve the most emotionally-charged conflicts, from a rocky marriage to a nation at war.

Host Meghna Chakrabarti introduces us to newsmakers, big thinkers and artists and brings us stories of relevance to Bostonians here and around the region. Live every weekday at 3 p.m. and 10 p.m.

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