• Charlie Sennott joins us from Afghanistan on the progress that's been made in rehabilitating the region and what is in store for Iran.
  • Jack Sullivan and Joanna Weiss dig into Olympics 2024, a snag with the Wynn Casino, and the Watertown Report. [21:10]
  • Then we check in with you about elderly drivers. It’s illegal to drive over the speed limit but should it also be against the law to drive over the age limit? [53:10]
  • We check in with WGBH reporter Phillip Martin as the Tsarnaev trail wraps up on the goings on at the courthouse. [1:18:15]
  • Bob Thompsonchats with us about the beginning of the end of Mad Men, a season four for House of Cards, and Margery's new favorite, Wolf Hall. [1:27:56]
  • Then Reverends Irene Monroe and Emmett Price discuss the Religious Freedom bill's fallout, and talk about takeaways from lessons from Holy Week. [1:53:07]
  • Then Boston Symphony Orchestra music director, Andris Nelsons,and WCRB's Brian McCreath check in about the BSO's Open House, Nelsons' work on Shostakovich, and growing up loving music in Soviet-era Latvia. [2:11:22]