The Author of Tech Titans of China talks about how China has become a global tech and venture superpower and the implications for the United States
The STEAM Project Manager, Boston Children’s Museum explains how they embrace a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) curricula in its programming—plus a preview of the upcoming CreatedBy Festival.
Due to technical difficulties, we only captured the 2nd half of the conversation, our apologies... The Democratic Political Consultant reviews the most recent Democratic Presidential Candidates debate and we’ll take a look at Republican challengers to President Trump
The Mass General Gastroenterologist talks about the importance of gastrointestinal health and if bacteria in your gut affect mood, cognition, and behavior
The President of the Boston Public Library gives us a history of one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious public libraries and how they are evolving to meet the needs of Boston neighborhoods in a digital age
The Exec Director and head of Grief Services at the Samaritans talk about National Suicide Prevention Week, how to prevent suicides and support individuals and families who have lost loved ones to suicide. Plus a preview of the Samaritans’ annual 5-K race/walk fundraiser on 28 September.
The vet and Co-founder of the Somerville Foundation for Animals and Hospital Services Manager at Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital preview the annual Somerville Dog Festival which takes place on September 8 from 11-3 at Trum Field in Somerville to raise funds for the Pet Food Bank and awareness about responsible pet ownership
The attorney looks at the Jeffrey Epstein case and how victims can seek recompense after Epstein’s jailhouse suicide
The Author of Tortured Cardboard talks about how classic board games like Parcheesi, Monopoly, Risk, and Clue reflect the time periods they were created in and evince a universality that keep them relevant long after their introductions.
A guide to shaving styles and how guys can get the closest shave using both traditional and modern shaving products.
A look at the independent learning mission of the Outward Bound program on the only privately owned island in the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area.
An update on the Brexit movement in Britain—what Brexit will mean to the UK, the EU, and British-American trade.
One of the two surviving credited cast members of Gone With The Wind compares Hollywood and the movie industry then and now
The Director of the Arnold Arboretum gives an oral history of Boston’s famed botanical collection and talks about whether it has a special role in a time of climate change.
The Security Expert talks about the legal battle to declare ownership of personal data a human right, the political battle to safeguard the voting process from hackers, and what to do to protect yourself and your information in a cyber world
The Author of Growing Things and Other Stories delights you with the psychology of scaring.
The Youth Sexual Education Program Director at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center talks about child sexual violence in Massachusetts, is the #metoo movement a cultural tipping point, rape and the justice system, and surviving a sexual assault.
The Director of Learning & Emotional Assessment Program at Mass General discusses ways to talk to your kids about both mass shootings and school shootings. She also covers bullying, kids and technology, and kids and social media.
The Astrophysicist talks about the significance of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo lunar landing, the new space race to the moon, the repurposing of the ISS for commercial ventures and President Trump’s proposed Space Force.
The Global Arts Live Founder talks about how one of the city’s foremost music and dance series reflects the changing face of Boston and the importance of arts to the local economy.
The Naturopath explains why naturopathic medicine—with its emphasis on an individual’s innate ability to heal him or herself-- can be a useful adjunct to mainstream medicine.
The Democratic Political Consultant speaks to what the second round of presidential debates says about the party’s wrangling over healthcare, climate change, the economy, and racial divisions in the United States.
The best-selling novelist discusses the plotting of her newest mystery, Careful What You Wish For.
The Weston Observatory Seismologist talks about what the recent earthquakes in Southern California tell us about a predicted super quake in the area
The past President of the Massachusetts Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics talks about summertime eating, food as medicine, and new FDA rules on labelling food products