Today on Boston Public Radio:

We began the show by asking listeners about the voting patterns of white women ahead of the midterms.

Shirley Leung talked about Governor Charlie Baker's multi-billion dollar spending bill, her own latest piece on Ballot Question 1 and women’s entrepreneurship in Boston. Leung is a business columnist for the Boston Globe.

Shirley Leung on BPR | Nov. 4, 2022

Callie Crossley discussed white suburban womens’ swing to the right ahead of midterms and Kyrie Irving’s recent antisemetic tweet. Crossley is the host of GBH's Under the Radar.

Callie Crossley on BPR | Nov. 4, 2022

Andrea Cabral explained the Lady of the Dunes story, and new city laws about throwing out mattresses and handling food waste. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff, former Massachusetts secretary of public safety and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend.

Andrea Cabral on BPR | Nov. 4, 2022

Jared Bowen gave his thoughts on climate protesters using art as a means of getting attention, shared his thoughts on the new film “Armageddon Time,” and discussed the MFA’s “Frank Bowling’s America” and “To Begin Again” at the ICA. Bowen is GBH’s executive arts editor and the host of Open Studio.

Jared Bowen on BPR | Nov. 4, 2022

Pamela Means joined us for another installment of live music Friday. She chatted about the history and legacy of protest music, and sang us a few songs. Means is a singer/songwriter based out of Easthampton.

Pamela Means on BPR | Nov. 4, 2022

We ended the show by talking about daylight saving time.