• Charlie Sennott joins us from Northern Iraq to comment on  the current situation between the Kurds and ISIS, and the morale of the Iraqi people, as well as their hopes for the future.
  • We talk politics with Frank Phillips, the State House bureau chief for the Boston Globe; and Jennifer Nassour, the former Chairwoman of the Massachusetts Republican Party. We sound off about Massachusetts and New Hampshire politics, and fine tune what Obama's role will be in upcoming elections.
  • Are we too uninformed to vote? We check in with you.
  • Bob Thompson checks in with us about SNL's 40th Season, Shonda Rhimes' domination of Thursday nights, and a new cast for True Detective.
  •  We rev up your Monday with Reverends  Irene Monroe— syndicated religion columnist for Huffington Post and Bay Windows— and Emmett G. Price III— associate professor at Northeastern University discussing Eric Holder's legacy, and the Pope's recent dismissal of a bishop who protected a priest involved in a sex scandal.
  • Finally,  Shira Springer stops by to talk about her recent Globe Magazine piece on why we don't watch female sports, and we talk to you to find out what you think.