Today on Boston Public Radio:

We began the show by asking listeners their opinions on Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton coming to Boston.

EJ Dionne weighed in on the state of Congress post-midterms and what it might take to affect change there. He also speculated about the GOP’s future, including the odds of general support for former President Donald Trump or Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a 2024 presidential run. Dionne is an opinion columnist with the Washington Post.

EJ Dionne on BPR | Dec. 1, 2022

Juliette Kayyem talked about her latest piece on the training method of “run-hide-fight” in active shooter situations, as well as this week’s Oath Keepers convictions, COVID-19 protests in China, and what Kevin McCarthy potentially running the House would mean for U.S. national security. Kayyem is former assistant secretary for homeland security under President Barack Obama, and the faculty chair of the Homeland Security program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

Juliette Kayyem on BPR | Dec. 1, 2022

Paul Reville talked about the recent inaction on President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, learning loss in Boston Public Schools, and the lack of delivery on a fully elected school committee in Boston. Reville is Massachusetts’ former secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab.

Paul Reville on BPR | Dec. 1, 2022

Catherine Peterson from ArtsBoston and Cathy Carr Kelly from Central Square Theater shared some insights from an ArtsBoston survey investigating the way that arts and performances in Boston are recovering at this stage of the pandemic. Peterson is the executive director of ArtsBoston and Carr Kelly is the executive director of Central Square Theater.

Catherine Peterson and Catherine Carr Kelly on BPR | Dec. 1, 2022

Odie Henderson reviewed some recent movies and told us what he thinks are the best films of the year. Henderson is a film critic at the Boston Globe.

Odie Henderson on BPR | Dec. 1, 2022

We ended the show by asking listeners for the pet peeves.