In the first hour of today's show, Emily Rooney speaks with former NRA lobbyist Richard Feldman about what should be done to prevent mass shootings. Then Callie Crossley is joined by Rachel Rubin, Chair of the Department of American Studies at UMass Boston, and Suffolk University English professor Thomas Connolly to discuss Helen Gurley Brown's legacy.
By Edgar B. Herwick III
How good a film can you create in 48 hours? Winning auteur Michael McVey sent along five of his favorites from the 2012 Boston 48-Hour Film Project. He talks with Edgar Herwick on Boston Public Radio.
By WGBH News
Maybe you've seen the photo: a kayaker off Cape Cod … and a fin. Yet the recent shark sighting appears to be triggering more excitement than fear. We asked some experts to explain the phenomenon — including the shark himself.
By Jess Bidgood
The Harvard community — and people the world over — is mourning the death of Reverend Peter Gomes, the man who ran the university's Memorial Church for over forty years. He died Monday night at 68 years of age.