Today on Boston Public Radio:

NBC political director Chuck Todd discussed the latest disclosure by President Joe Biden's legal team of another batch of classified documents from his time as vice president, and calls from Republicans for their colleague Rep. George Santos to resign.

Chuck Todd on BPR | Jan. 12, 2023

We opened the lines to listeners to discuss the impact of rising housing costs, worsening traffic congestion, and other aspects of Boston life that are prompting people to move elsewhere.

Andrea Cabral, former secretary of public safety for Massachusetts and Suffolk County sheriff, discussed the case of Ana Walshe, who was last seen on Jan. 1.

Andrea Cabral on BPR | Jan. 12, 2023

Christopher Muther, Boston Globe travel writer, discussed the most in-demand travel locations for 2023.

Christopher Muther on BPR | Jan. 12, 2023

Andy Ihnatko, tech writer and podcaster, discussed new advancements in artificial intelligence that can mimic human speech with just three seconds of input.

Andy Ihnatko on BPR | Jan. 12, 2023

Odie Henderson, Boston Globe film critic, discussed his favorite movies of 2022.

Odie Henderson on BPR | Jan. 12, 2023

We ended the show by talking with listeners about the words and phrases we'd like to put to sleep in 2023, from "deep dive" to "bae."