The extreme drought has gone from bad to worse. And if you think you're not affected, think again. From the fruits & veggies you buy, to your ability to water your own lawn, or even play a round of golf, this means something to all of us. Harvest Manager at Sienna Farms Adriel Hsu-Flanders(@ahsuflanders) and Director of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Water Supply Protection, Jonathan Yeodiscuss.

WGBH News’ Adam Reilly(@reillyadam) takes us to Ashland for a closer look at the plan to build apartments next to the old Nyanza chemical plant, and its 45-thousand tons of toxic waste.

A walk on the lighter side, as we explore some of the interesting issues that have been eclipsed by other world affairs, like unusual first jobs and this cupping thing. Lauren Beckham Falcone (@lbfalcone), Larry Watson (@lwatson44605229) and Christopher Myers discuss.

A potential driving ban which Jim is wholeheartedly backing.