You might not know it, but you’ve heard the work of Emmy Award-winning composer Jeff Beal. He gave us the theme song to “House of Cards,” which became an anthem for power and corruption when the show landed on Netflix. He added even more splashes of color to the Oscar-winning film "Pollock." Now his work brings him to Boston, to lead the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra in an upcoming concert titled "The Unbroken Circle." Ahead of the event on April 7, Beal joins The Culture Show host Jared Bowen to discuss what it takes to write a score, and what's it like to be behind-the-scenes on Hollywood productions.

From there, it's a celebration of when music saved Boston. Get a preview of a James Brown tribute concert marking the anniversary of the night the “Godfather of Soul” brought peace to a restless city in the aftermath of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Finally, with the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse, The Culture Show contributor Mahesh Daas, president of Boston Architectural College, is here to talk about how we compare to other nations when it comes to investing in our infrastructure.

It's all on The Culture Show—listen to the full episode above!