• Suffolk University's John Nucci— who writes for the Boston Herald — joined former Social Security commissioner Michael Astrue to talk politics. Jim and Margery asked Nucci and Astrue about the Probation Department scandal, undocumented immigrants in Mass., and the governor's race.
  • Boston Public Schools is putting 750 cameras in its school buses to prevent bullying and document problems on buses. Is this an invasion of students' (and drivers') privacy? Do you think it'll make bus riders safer? Jim and Margery opened the lines.
  • All Revved Up! The Revs. Emmett G. Price III and Irene Monroe talked about a controversial execution last week in Arizona, and Pope Francis visiting the US. Price is a professor of music at Northeastern University. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist for Huffington Post.
  • Is it okay for luxury condos with a couple affordable housing units to have a "poor door" — a separate entrance for affordable units? Jim and Margery opened it up to calls.
  • Boston Globe sports enterprise and investigative reporter Shira Springertalked about 90-year-olds taking up track events, and whether the suspension and fine for Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was too light.