With CBS Les Moonves’ Resignation, Where Does #MeToo Stand Almost A Year After Weinstein?
It looked like the #MeToo movement was slowing down, until Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ronan Farrow came out with another bombshell report detailing disturbing allegations against the CEO and chairman of CBS, Les Moonves — prompting his resignation. Tina Opie, an associate professor of management at Babson College, Jen Deadrick, author of “She The People,” and conservative columnist, Jennifer Braceras, joined Jim Braude to discuss.

Disparities In Alzheimer's Care
More than 100,000 people in Massachusetts are believed to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. And in the next decade, that number is expected to go up by upwards of 25 percent. As Tina Martin tells us, there’s no cure, but new legislation is aimed at getting patients and their families better care, sooner.

Comedian Steve Sweeney, His On-Stage Personas On New Film “Sweeney Killing Sweeney”
Steve Sweeney joined Jim Braude ahead of his new film’s premiere, “Sweeney Killing Sweeney,” at the Boston Comedy Festival — along with a few of his famous characters.

IMHO: Serena Williams Is Right, Tennis Has A Sexism Problem
Jim Braude weighs in on the U.S. Open controversy and Serena Williams’ accusations of sexism.