• Should the Red Sox pony up for medical care of a fan struck by a broken bat? Jim and Margery opened the lines.
  • Former Massachusetts State Treasurer Shannon O'Brien and former Romney advisor Charlie Chieppo, of Chieppo Strategies, talked about the Olympics, "winter resiliency" funding proposed by Gov. Baker on behalf of the MBTA, and why legislatures are designed to be inefficient. (Starts at 31:40)
  • Boston Mayor Marty Walshjoined Jim and Margery for the monthly "Ask the Mayor" segment. They talked about recent troubles at the Boston Public Library, Boston's Olympic bid, and more. (Starts at 52:57)
  • Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart talked about bringing democracy to Symphony Hall, and how his orchestra used smartphone polling to determine a concert program. (Starts at 1:46:00)
  • Jim and Margery asked listeners what one job — maybe Keith Lockhart's job? — they would like to do for a single day.
  • Bob Thompson is founding director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture, and a Trustee Professor of Television and Popular Culture at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse. He joins BPR Mondays to talk all-things-television. (Starts at 2:15:04)