• We opened up the lines to you about how ride-sharing apps like Uber have forced taxi cabs to compete or meet financial ruin. Many of you called in about the need for greater regulation for ride-sharing.
  • WGBH Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen gave us a rundown of the arts and culture to catch in Boston and beyond.
  • National security expert Juliette Kayyem explained the significance of the questions Robert Mueller plans to ask President Trump.
  • Actor and producer David Duchovny joined us to talk about his new novel, "Miss Subway."
  • Tech writer Andy Ihnatko explained how fingerprint technology might be used to unlock our phones after our deaths.
  • Author Eileen McNamara gave us a rundown of her new biography about Eunice Kennedy, "Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed The World."
  • We took your calls about the 80-degree weather and the official start of A/C season.