Juliette Kayyem: Midterms Are Over, It's Mueller Time
In all the midterm election noise, Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election has been quiet … but will all that change, now that Democrats have taken over the House of Representatives?
Women Made Historic Gains In The Midterms. Could It Reshape American Ideas About Leadership?
The Harvard Business School's Nancy Koehn says the record number of women elected to Congress could change American perceptions of what leadership looks like.
Meet The Hosts
Margery EaganMargery Eagan is the co-host of 89.7 WGBH’s midday program Boston Public Radio. She has worked with co-host Jim Braude for 18 years, first doing a TV show together at NECN then a radio show at WTKK. The duo came to WGBH in 2013.
Eagan was the Catholic spirituality columnist for the Boston Globe’s website, Cruxnow. In 2015 Margery Eagan won first place for excellence in religion commentary at the Religion Newswriters Association’s annual conference in Philadelphia. She has written for her hometown paper, The Fall River Herald News, as well as the Standard Times of New Bedford, Boston Globe, Burlington Vermont Free Press, Boston Magazine, and the Boston Herald, where she wrote a column for 27 years.
Jim BraudeJim Braude is the host of Greater Boston and co-host of Boston Public Radio.
During law school, Jim ran a small retail business in Provincetown (HUBE - Help Us Break Even!). He started his professional career as a legal services lawyer in the South Bronx handling housing and prisoners’ rights cases. He was the founder and first president of the National Organization of Legal Services Workers, a union representing staff in civil legal offices for the poor in 35 states. NOLSW helped lead the fight to preserve the national program when President Reagan proposed its abolition.
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Boston Public Radio StaffJuly 19, 2018 04:11 PM
BPR Full Show: 7/19/2018The full episode of Boston Public Radio from Thursday, July 19, 2018.
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All Revved Up : The Impact Of Shootings On The African American CommunityIrene Monroe joined Boston Public Radio to talk about the impact shootings of unarmed black men have on the African American community
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