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BPR 02/05: Full Show Post

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Tom Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots, sits on the field after dropping a ball in Super Bowl LII against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Minneapolis.
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Jack Sullivan, a senior investigative reporter at Commonwealth Magazine and Joanna Weiss, writer, editor and WGBH contributor, joined us to discuss the latest political headlines. 

The Groundtruth Project's Charlie Sennott talked about the growing threat of North Korea. 

We opened the lines to hear if you have seen a difference in your paycheck since the GOP tax plan was passed. 

The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Andris Nelsons and Mark Volpe joined us to preview Leipzig week.

We talked about the ethics of using Martin Luther King, Jr.'s words to sell cars in a Dodge Super Bowl commercial during this week's edition of All Revved Up.

We opened the lines to get your thoughts on last night's Super Bowl.  

Andreas Schulz, the director of the Gewandhaus, and Brian McCreath, a producer of WCRB’s Boston Symphony Orchestra broadcasts, joined us to talk more about Leipzig week.

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