Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • WGBH’s Adam Reilly and University of Massachusetts, Boston associate professor Erin O’Brien joined Margery and guest host Andrea Cabral for a political roundup of the latest headlines. The guests discussed David Ortiz’s recovery after being shot, the U.S.–Mexico deal to prevent tariffs and the CNN/Des Moines Register Iowa poll suggesting that the Democratic party has moved beyond former Vice President Joe Biden.
  • Television expert Bob Thompson discussed President Donald Trump’s interview with Piers Morgan and how the entertainment industry could step away from filming in Georgia following new abortion bans there.
  • Co-founders of CourtWatch MA Atara Rich-Shea and Mallory Hanora spoke about their organization, as well as whether Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins is upholding her campaign promises.
  • Charles Sennott, founder of The GroundTruth Project, talked about U.S. relations with Mexico as well as the massive protests in Hong Kong over Chinese extradition agreements.
  • On the latest installment of "All Revved Up," Reverend Irene Monroe and Reverend Emmett Price gave a Pride recap, spoke about the 'straight pride' parade and discussed white privilege and white fragility.
  • Food writer Annie Copps joined us to talk about the upcoming Readable Feast and to discuss the relevancy of cookbooks.
  • Then we opened the lines to ask our listeners about their cookbook and recipe preferences.