Darrell Jones On His Newfound Freedom
After spending 32 years in prison for a murder he always maintained he didn’t commit, having his original conviction overturned, and facing a retrial brought by Plymouth County prosecutors, Darrell Jones is officially a free man. Last week, a jury returned a not-guilty verdict in his retrial after deliberating for just a few hours. The finding brings a close to a case that included evidence of racial animus by at least one original juror, a ruling by a previous judge that the Brockton Police Department had deliberately tampered with video evidence, and claims by witnesses who said they had been pressured by police to name Jones.

Jim Braude was joined by Darrell Jones and his attorneys, Lisa Kavanaugh and Paul Rudof.

Has Trump Changed How Campaigns Are Waged?
President Donald Trump officially launches his re-election campaign this week. Trump this week denied stories about internal poll numbers from his campaign showing him trailing former Vice President Joe Biden in some key electoral states. He also joked about potentially seeking a third term with the support of his fans. Has Trump forever changed how campaigns are waged?

Jim Braude was joined by Glen Johnson, a former Boston Globe reporter and former senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry, and Tom Whalen, associate professor of social science and American history at Boston University.

At The Heart Of It
Long before anyone thought of pulling on a pair of spandex shorts and hitting the gym, hundreds of ordinary citizens volunteered to be part of a research project that changed our understanding of how to live a longer and healthier life. Seventy years later, the Framingham Heart Study is still underway and, as Stephanie Leydon reports, at a time of rapid medical advancement, the study’s most important asset are the children and grandchildren of those original volunteers.

IMHO: Cheer At Chernobyl
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on why people need to leave the selfie sticks at home when visiting places that mark tragedies.