Today on Boston Public Radio:
We began the show by talking with listeners about confidential documents found at President Joe Biden’s former office he used as Vice President.
Trenni Casey talked about Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin’s recovery after collapsing during a Bills-Bengals game in early January, and a disappointing season for the Patriots. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston.
Carol Rose shared her analysis of Gov. Maura Healey’s promise to not claim exemption to public records laws, and new Barnstable Sheriff Donna Buckley ending the county sheriff office’s enforcement agreement with ICE. Rose is the executive director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts.
Laurent Richard discussed “Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus,” a new two-part FRONTLINE and Forbidden Stories documentary exploring how NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware has been employed to target journalists, activists, and dissidents. Richard is a producer of Frontline’s latest two-part series “Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus.” The second part airs on GBH 2 Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 10 p.m., and you can stream both parts on PBS Passport.
Jordan Knight and Vance Welch talked about the reopening of their Milton restaurant, Novara, and life with New Kids on the Block. Knight was a member of New Kids On the Block. Welch is a restaurateur. They recently reopened their joint venture, Novara, in Milton.
John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on confidential documents found at President Joe Biden’s former office. King is CNN’s Chief National Correspondent, and host of “Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays at noon.
We ended the show by talking with listeners about whether picking when to eat is a barrier to health.