Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • MSNBC’s “Meet The Press" moderator Chuck Todd discussed the latest news regarding the House impeachment inquiry.
  • In light of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger's guilty murder verdict, we opened the lines to hear from callers: What are your feelings on forgiveness?
  • Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed the guilty verdict for former Dallas police officer Amber Guyer, and the sympathy she received both from the judge and brother of her victim.
  • Husband and wife acting duo Chris Cooper and Marianna Leone, along with director Dan Habib, discussed their latest film, “Intelligent Lives,” which will air on WGBH’s WORLD Channel later in October.
  • Paul Reville, Former Secretary of Education and head of Harvard’s Education Redesign Lab, discussed a federal judge’s Harvard admissions ruling.
  • Harvard Business School historian Nancy Koehn discussed what Rep. Alexandria Ocassio Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey can learn from FDR and the New Deal when it comes to passing the Green New Deal.
  • Gleeson Rebello, Matt Irard and John Ventura are members of the band The Fever Breakers, a group of medical workers out of Mass. General Hospital. They compose activist songs about bullying, global warming, distracted driving, and premiered their latest song about hip dysplasia on BPR.