• Charlie Sennottdiscusses ground troops in Iraq, the global discussion about security polices around kidnapped journalists, and the climate change march in New York.
  • John Nucci, Vice President of Government Relations and Community Affairs at Suffolk University, and a columnist for the Boston Herald, and Mike Astrue, former Commissioner of the Social Security Administration from 2007 to 2013, update us on the Massachusetts governor's race, casinos, and rising health connector costs.
  • Reverends Irene Monroe and Emmett Price rev us up about the Cosby Show, and possible redemption for NFL players like Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson. They chat about Pope Francis' progressive Bishop appointment in Chicago, and the role of religious leaders in climate change.
  • Bob Thompson, pop culture ambassador sits down with us to talk about Miami Vice turning 30, new revelations about Breaking Bad, Barbra Streisand on Late Night, and a quick preview of upcoming network shows.
  • Chris Nowinski, founding executive director of the Sports Legacy Institute, and the author of Head Games: the Global Concussion Crisisstops by to talk about the other looming NFL crisis: head injuries, and their lasting effect on youth football.