The SEEN Director for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County talks about how to recognize and rescue child victims—or potential victims—of commercial sexual exploitation.
The Democratic Political Consultant takes a look at the field of already announced Democratic Presidential candidates, how the primary map changes in 2020, and the impact of the Mueller report on the upcoming Presidential race.
The Founder of Genealogy Professor explains how to research your genealogical roots both on- and off-line.
The Director of the Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention talks about whether the concussion protocols for athletes of all ages and all levels are working.
Diane Sullivan from Mass School of Law talks about animal rights and how and why Animal Law is a broad and rapidly expanding field. It's also an integral part of social policy and the law.
The Author of The Hidden History of the Boston Irish remembers how the Irish in Boston fought discrimination to become a leading political and cultural force in the city
The Meteorologist from U-Mass Lowell Weather Center takes a look at the tools available for meteorological forecasting and what happened to winter?
The Author of Voyages of the Pyramid Builders wonders if it’s coincidence that pyramids are found across the globe. He also looks at new scientific evidence regarding the interior of the Great Pyramid and a tribute to the late historian John Anthony West.
The Somerville Author previews his latest book, Before She Knew Him, an edge-of-your-seat, psychological thriller.
The Deputy Director of the Mystic River Watershed Association talks about how climate change threatens Greater Boston cities and towns and what’s being done to address the issue.
The Co-Founder of the North American Men Engage Network talks about how men and boys can help end violence against women and how the #metoo movement has changed and what is and isn’t acceptable in the workplace when it comes to power and sex.
Talks about the oldest fire department in the country (1678) fights fires today plus the health risks faced by firefighters.
The CEO of College Bound Dorchester explains more about an innovative program to encourage former gang members, convicted felons, and high school dropouts to enroll in college.
The Acupuncturist talks about how acupuncture can help a myriad of health issues from chronic pain to fertility issues.
The Author of The Chef’s Secret swings by to talk about her new novel spotlighting the life (and death) of Bartolomeo Scappi, private chef to the Vatican and one of the leading culinary figures of the Italian Renaissance.
The Director, Latino, Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Northeastern takes a look at the political crisis in Venezuela, the new President of Mexico, and US-Latin American relations under the Trump Administration.
The Security Consultant explains more about the threat of state sponsored hacking, the rise of malware attacks, whether your smart devices eavesdrop on your privacy, and how to protect your identity in a digital world.
Therapist Joel Ziff talks about the signs and symptoms of sex addiction and how to get help
BU’s Presidential Historian takes a look at the Trump Presidency two years in—from Twitter to the emoluments clause
The nuclear arms specialist talks about the global implications of the collapse of the INF Treaty between Russia and the US and are we on the cusp of a new nuclear arms race?
Dr. Stephen Taylor of Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston talks about the early symptoms of vision problems and the multiple ways eyesight can be corrected
If you’re looking for Valentine’s Day gift ideas for yourself or someone else, you’ll want to hear JP Botandari. The owner of Colonial Drug offers some gift ideas as well as how a small pharmacy became one of the country’s foremost retail stores specializing in fragrances, soaps, and shaving gear.
The Co-Director of Cardiovascular Screening, Brigham & Women’s Hospital talks about the causes of heart disease, early warning signs, and the newest technology to detect and treat diseases of the heart.
The Food and Sports Journalist takes a look at the food hype surrounding Super Bowl LIII
The Professor of Korean Studies at the Fletcher School Tufts University talks about North Korea’s attempt to denuclearize after the Singapore summit between Kim-Jung Un and Donald Trump and why are relations frayed between Washington and Seoul