- The founder and president of Conservative Women for a Better Future Jennifer Nassour and former CEO of the DNC Steve Kerrigan joined us to talk about the day's political headlines.
- The executive producer of PBS’s MASTERPIECE Rebecca Eaton was in the studio to talk about the new season of Sherlock and PBS' newest show, Victoria.
The GroundTruth Projects Charlie Sennott joined us to give his take on how Russia is responding to the hacking intelligence.
The co-host of WEEI’s Dale and Holley Michael Holley was on hand to discuss the top stories in Boston sports.
Meggie Noel and Kylie-Webster-Cazeau were named the Bostonians of the year by the Boston Globe for bringing awareness to the racial issues and civil rights violations that were happening at the Boston Latin School. They joined us to talk about their role in increasing the discussions on race in Boston.
- At the Golden Globes last night, Meryl Streep made a speech about Donald Trump that caused the President-elect to post tweets calling the legendary actress "over-rated." We opened the lined to hear if Trump's tweets were uncalled for or if you think Streep's speech was inappropriate.
- TV expert Bob Thompson gave us his thoughts on last night's Golden Globes.