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BPR 11/17: Full Show Post

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn. on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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  • Radio host Leeann Tweeden came out yesterday saying that Sen. Al Franken sexually assaulted her during a 2006 USO tour they were both participating in. We opened the lines to hear your thoughts on the sexual assault allegations made against Franken.
  • The music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Andris Nelsons, discussed the BSO's upcoming 2018 season.
  • Beat The Press' Emily Rooney gave us her famous list.  
  • Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung talked about how women CEOS can curb the culture of harassment in their companies. 
  • Under The Radar's Callie Crossley gave us her thoughts on using boxed ingredients to prepare your Thanksgiving. 
  • Stove Top is selling special stretchy Thanksgiving pants you can eat all the stuffing you want without feeling the restrictions of your waistline. We went to the phone to hear if you think this is a good idea or are stretchy pants at the Thanksgiving table uncivilized. 
  •  John Gates and Jeff Wood from the Nashoba Brook Bakery joined us for the news quiz.   
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