Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • We went over the latest political headlines with Frank Phillips and Peter Gelzinis. Phillips is the state house bureau chief for The Boston Globe, and Gelzinis is a columnist emeritus for The Boston Herald.
  • Deal or no deal? Charles Sennott, WGBH news analyst and founder of The GroundTruth Project, talked about the latest on Brexit and what it means for Prime Minister Theresa May.
  • In a recent piece for New York magazine, former Nevada state politician Lucy Flores alleged that Joe Biden inappropriately touched her at a political rally. We asked our listeners: Does Biden's history disqualify him from running for president?
  • Television expert Bob Thompson weighed in on the final season of "Veep" and shared his picks for the best and worst TV of the week. Thompson is the founding director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture and a Trustee Professor of Television and Popular Culture at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse.
  • For seven weeks, Carolyn Beeler — the environmental reporter for The World was on an Antarctic expedition living and working among a group of scientists who were studying Thwaites Glacier. She shared her takeaways from the trip.
  • Richard Blanco helped us ring in National Poetry Month by teaching Jim and Margery how to pen their own acrostic poems. Blanco is the fifth inaugural poet in U.S. history and author of, most recently, "How To Love A Country."
  • Joe Mathieu, host of WGBH's Morning Edition, shared his reflections on a recent reporting trip to Cuba with Congressman Jim McGovern.