Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • We opened lines to callers to hear your thoughts on Sen. Mitt Romney’s secret Twitter account, and White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney's backpedaling of last week’s quid-pro-quo admission.
  • WGBH News analyst Charlie Sennott discussed Canada’s federal election, as well as the UK Parliament’s vote to delay Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan.
  • Filmmaker Michael Kirk discussed “Zero-Tolerance,” the latest documentary from FRONTLINE, on President Donald Trump’s immigration policy and the forces behind it.
  • Award-winning author Tim O’Brien joined to discuss his new novel on parenthood, “Dad’s Maybe Book.”
  • Irene Monroe and Emmitt Price III, co-hosts of WGBH’s All Rev’d Up, discussed the role of racial slurs in light of a Wisconsin high school's decision to fire a security guard for repeating the slur used against him.
  • TV expert Bob Thompson reviewed Amazon’s new series “Modern Love,” as well as HBO's “Watchmen,” and Netflix’s “The Kominsky Method."