Today on Boston Public Radio:

Five years ago, the New York Times and the New Yorker posted allegations against Harvey Weinstein regarding sexual assault. This week, Weinstein is beginning another trial, now in Los Angeles. We opened our lines to ask: have your day-to-day lives changed five years on after #MeToo? Is workplace harassment less tolerable or has it stayed the same?

Trenni Casey discussed the NFL’s adjusted concussion protocol. She also talked about rookie quarterback Bailey Zappe’s start to NFL life and the Patriots' Week 5 game against the Lions. Casey is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston, and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor.

Trenni Casey on BPR | Oct. 11, 2022

ACLU of Massachusetts Executive Director Carol Rose discussed the various SCOTUS cases the league is involved in, the impact of the Biden Administration’s marijuana possession pardons, and the risk doctors in blue states take by sending abortion pills to red states.

Carol Rose on BPR | Oct. 11, 2022

Mayor Michelle Wu joined us for our monthly, hourlong segment ‘Ask the Mayor’ where she took questions from both audience members at the Boston Public Library and from listeners. Wu, a Democrat, has been Mayor of Boston since 2021.

Mayor Michelle Wu on BPR | Oct. 11, 2022

Biplaw Rai and Kwasi Kwaa of Dorchester’s Comfort Kitchen discussed their new cafe and restaurant, which is located in Upham’s Corner and slated to open this month.

Biplaw Rai and Kwasi Kwaa on BPR | Oct. 11, 2022