Ken Gloss Owner, Brattle Book Shop promotes the 42nd annual Boston Antiquarian Book Fair, November 16-18 at the Hynes Convention Center. Are books growing more collectable in a digital world?
Executive Director, National Civility Foundation previews the 3rd annual Massachusetts Day of Civility happening on Saturday, November 17 and why a smile or a random act of kindness are increasingly important in a world where smart phones have replaced face-to-face communication and discourtesy pervades politics and popular culture.
Democratic Political Consultant who gives an analysis of the Midterm elections: What Democratic wins in the House, Republican gains in the Senate, and governor and legislature results from around the country will mean to the next two years of the Trump Administration and the 2020 Presidential Election.
David Waters Executive Director/CEO Community Servings promotes their annual Pie in the Sky fundraiser which raises money to deliver medically nutritious meals to people housebound with terminal diseases.
Boston Sunday Review: Susan Antkowiak, Vice President Programs & Services, Alzheimer’s Association MA/NH Chapter
Susan Antkowiak, Vice President Programs & Services, Alzheimer’s Association MA/NH Chapter talks about the latest news in fighting the disease and supporting family caregivers.
Political consultant Michael Goldman previews Tuesday’s midterm elections and the issues dominating politics, including the economy, immigration, and President Trump.
Sam Baltrusis, Author, Thirteen Most Haunted Cemeteries in Massachusetts brings some Halloween flair to the show this week as they take a look at some of New England’s scariest landmarks from an expert on historical hauntings
Eliza Campbell, Community Engagement Specialist, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center brings to light the impact of the #metoo movement, the Cavanaugh hearings, and the Cosby conviction on sexual assault survivors and if this is a cultural turning point
Mark Saidnawey, Owner, Pemberton Garden Services to hear their discussion on how to put your garden to bed for the winter and prepare for next year’s garden.
Michael McGowan, Author Ghost: My Thirty Years as an FBI Undercover Agent talks about his latest book about a recently retired FBI agent’s story about going undercover to fight the Russian mob, Italian organized crime, and the Sinaloa drug cartel
Ben Thomas, Director of Programs, Archaeological Institute of America explains how technology is impacting archaeology and whether environmental changes in prehistory can teach us how to deal with climate change today
Rebecca Pacheco, Author, Do Your OM Thing and local yoga guru as they discuss the physical and psychological benefits of yoga and meditation.
David Havelick Spokesman for the Boston Vegetarian Society previews The 23rd Annual Boston Veg Food FestVegFest on October 20,21 and talks about why vegetarianism/veganism is becoming increasingly popular in the United States, for their health and environmental benefits.
Genealogist Michael LeClerc talks about what to do to reconstruct your family tree and how the Internet has impacted genealogy.
Igor Lukes, Professor International Relations and History, Boston University takes a look at how growing up in the Soviet Union and a career with the KGB may have impacted Russian President Vladimir Putin’s world view and approach to leadership
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Dr. Naomi Ko an Oncologist at Boston Medical Center explains the latest efforts to find a cure for breast cancer and how women fighting the disease have more weapons than ever before.
Beth Chandler President and CEO, YW Boston (formerly the YWCA) talks about how the fight continues for the rights of women and other marginalized groups in Boston schools, board rooms, and on Beacon Hill.
Mike Woldermariam, Professor of International Relations & Political Science at the The Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University talks about African politics, Melania Trump’s African itinerary, Zimbabwe after Mugabe, South Africa after Zuma, and whether a new spirit of peace is sweeping Horn of Africa nations.
Frontline's Michael KIrk previews his latest PBS Frontline documentary Trump’s Showdown, which chronicles why and how the Justice Department named Robert Mueller a special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election and related matters
Naturopathic doctor Lisa Arnold describes her non-toxic approach to healing that emphasizes the body’s natural homeostatic balance.
Carl Sciortino, Executive Director AIDS Action Committee gives us an update on the fight against HIV-AIDS, the latest statistics from Boston and around the world, and battling AIDS in the Trump era
Dina Vargo Author, Hidden History of Boston takes us from Amelia Earhart’s Boston connection to the Warren Anatomical Museum, plus more stories from Boston’s past that have mostly gone unnoticed by historians.
Diane Turco, Executive Director, Cape Downwinders explains when, why, and how the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant was built and why opponents say the plant needs to be decommissioned as soon as possible
DK Kim, Associate Partner at Happy-Marble stops by to talk about why sustainably raised and caught fish are good for the environment, the economy, and your health
A TV blogger for Two Tivos to Paradise, Al previews the fall shows and how television reporters are covering the impact of the #metoo movement in their own newsrooms