Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • We opened the lines to hear listeners' thoughts on the US response to Bahamians seeking refuge after Hurricane Dorian.
  • NBC Boston Sports Reporter Trenni Kusnierek discussed Antonio Brown's deal with the Patriots, and other sports headlines.
  • Chris Dempsey, director of transportation for Massachusetts, broke down congestion pricing, and Gov. Charlie Baker's hesitation to support it.
  • Corby Kummer, executive director of the food and society policy program at the Aspen Institute, discussed how the movement to eat less meat is growing, and how that is concerning farming advocates.
  • Abby Ellis, director of a new Frontline documentary that goes behind the headlines of the Flint water crisis, joined us to discuss the investigation, which revealed that one of the country's largest outbreaks of Legionnaires disease was largely hidden from the public.
  • CNN's John King gave us the latest on the breaking news Tuesday that President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser John Bolton is out, and previewed the Democratic debates.
  • Bob Thompson, founding director of Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse, reviewed the best and worst television of the week.