Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • We opened lines to callers: With all this snow, are you happy to have something other than President Donald Trump to talk about?
  • NBC Sports Boston Reporter Trenni Kusnierek discussed a possible fall from grace for the New England Patriots, equal pay for Canada’s curling teams, and the resignation of NHL Coach Bill Peters over allegations of racism.
  • City Council President Andrea Campbell discussed her year-long term as the Council's president, and her ongoing mission to establish a Boston City Inspector General.
  • WGBH Arts Editor Jared Bowen reviewed the Netflix film “The Irishman,” and a new exhibit at the MFA highlighting the art of ancient Nubia.
  • Environmental journalist Bill McKibben discussed the dire state of climate action in light of last week’s U.N. climate report, and the U.N. Climate Conference currently under way in Madrid.
  • CNN’s John King discussed the latest political headlines regarding the 2020 presidential race and the House impeachment inquiry.
  • Carol Rose, executive director of the ACLU, discussed the use of a robot dog by Massachusetts State Police.