The UMass Lowell Center Researcher offers insight for the summer of 2019, the impact of global warming on climate change, and the newest additions to the meteorologist’s tool kit
The Executive Director of Bridge Over Trouble Waters looks at the landmark program that connects street youth with medical and emotional support, education, and housing
The owner of the Brattle Book Shop talks about reading and collecting books in a digital age
The Author talks about his newest thriller, Judgment, about a Massachusetts judge who’s being blackmailed and how she fights back.
The Psychologist talks about the signs, symptoms, and treatments of Internet addiction and technology overuse
The Acupuncturist talks about how the ancient practice of acupuncture can successfully treat a myriad of medical conditions.
The Author talks about her new book, Into the Jungle, a suspense novel about a young woman from Boston living in a remote village in the Bolivian rain forest.
The President and CEO of the New England Aquarium talks about how they’ll celebrate their 50th birthday which includes a bold new plan to create a Blueway to further integrate the waterfront and the rest of the city.
The Democratic Political Consultant breaks down the Democratic Presidential candidates’ debate and how the 2020 election is shaping up.
The Principal and General Manager, Boston Harbor Cruises reminds us about the many ways to navigate Boston Harbor for pleasure and business including a run down on all the tours they offer.
The Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition Steering Committee member speaks to the national epidemic of violence against the transgender community and updates us on the Trump administration’s ban on transgenders in the military.
The Director of Planning, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority looks at the annual MWRA report on drinking water and new MWRA projects to protect and upgrade the water system.
The Author of The Nonsense Factory explains how the American legal system is broken and what can be done to save it.
The Executive Director of the North America Whale and Dolphin Conservation talks about the continued effort to end whale and dolphin captivity and commercial cetacean hunts.
The past President of the Islamic Center of Boston talks about the wave of shootings in houses of worship and islamophobia in both the USA and around the world.
The President and CEO Boston Harbor Now discusses what needs to happen to protect Boston Harbor and the Seaport from over-development and the impacts of climate change—and expand the area to recreation.
The BMC psychologist offers ways to deal with stress in a world increasingly dominated by a 24-hour news cycle
The Texas State University History Professor talks about what happens to Brexit with the resignation of UK Prime Minister Teresa May and what is the “special relationship” between the USA and Britain in an age of “America First”
The Animal communicator/animal medium discusses whether the soul of a beloved pet continues to exist after death.
The Executive Director of the Mass Farmers Market Federation talks about the rise of the farmer’s market movement in Massachusetts and why buying and eating local is good for the economy, the environment, and your family
Dr. Epstein of the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Brigham & Women’s Hospital talks about why sleeping is important physically and psychologically and how to get a better night’s sleep
The former Massachusetts State Treasurer and former Republican (now independent) politician looks at civility in politics, why Congress is gridlocked, and the importance of bipartisanship in Massachusetts and Washington to get things accomplished
The CEO of Father’s Uplift looks at an innovative program to keep fathers actively engaged in their children’s lives
The Co-Founder Our Bodies, Ourselves--Women’s Healthcare Collective, talks about the fight for women’s reproductive rights in the USA and how recent court decisions make the struggle to uphold Roe v. Wade particularly important today.
The latest research into honeybees, including why bees have an easier time living in an urban environment than a rural environment, the medicinal uses of bee products, bee longevity, bee DNA and bees in space.