• (Starts at 1:00) The summer-long Market Basket protest is over. Arthur T. Demoulas has agreed to purchase his cousin Arthur S. Demoulas' shares in the grocery chain to retain ownership of the company. Now, the business of getting back to business begins. Jim Braude and Margery Eagan talked with Tom Trainor, a longtime Market Basket employee who got back to work Thursday.
  • (Starts at 28:40) Former Mass. Sen. Warren Tolman joined Jim and Margery to talk about his bid for the Mass. Attorney General's office. Tolman talked about casinos, gun control, and a tense standoff he had with opponent Maura Healey that generated some controversy for the candidate.
  • (Starts at 52:45) Jim and Margery asked listeners whether they thought Warren Tolman's comments on Maura Healy being "unbecoming" seemed sexist — and whether these sorts of political flaps are blown out of proportion. Former Mass. Treas. Shannon O'Brien weighed in — herself having been called "unbecoming" by no less than former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney — as did UMass professor Erin O'Brien.
  • (Starts at 1:11:50) Boston Globe columnist Alex Beam talked about a disruption in his placid vacation life — the harsh intrusion of WiFi into the family cabin. Beam is the author of American Crucifixion.
  • (Starts at 1:36:00) WGBH Innovation Hub host Kara Miller talked about the three-day workweek, and why it might not be as unrealistic as we think.