• CNN's John King joined Jim Braude and Margery Eagan to talk about Monday's Supreme Court ruling on contraception, Pres. Obama's intention to use executive orders to address immigration reform, and a possible lawsuit by Speaker John Boehner. John King hosts Inside Politics on CNN Sundays.
  • Harvard Business School historian Nancy Koehn joined Jim and Margery for her weekly Open Mic segment. Koehn is the author of Ernest Shackleton Exploring Leadership. Koehn talked about the rise and fall of college English departments.
  • Jim and Margery opened the lines to ask listeners whether English is still a degree worth paying for. Are you still proud of your English degree? Does it feel like a waste of time in hindsight? What lessons did you take away?
  • Writer Dan Epstein stopped by Studio Three to talk about his new book: Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76Catch Dan Epstein Tuesday night at 7 PM at Harvard Book Store, and read more at Epstein's website, Big Hair and Plastic Grass.
  • Tufts University professor Peniel Joseph talked about the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer. The summer of 1964 in Mississippi saw an influx of activists looking to register African-Americans to vote. It was also a summer of intense — and often fatal — violence. Joseph is the author of Stokely: A Life.