- What do you make of the federal government's new climate change study? Jim and Margery spoke with WGBH's Science Editor Heather Goldstone about the findings.
- Harvard University Associate Professor of Business Administration Michael Norton talked about the hidden benefits of being friendly in public — whether it's greeting someone in the Dunkin Donuts line, or smiling at a stranger. Norton is co-author of Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending.
- Boston Globe Editor Brian McGrory talked about his paper's new series on off-campus college housing called Shadow Campus.
- Global Post co-founder Charlie Sennott looked at the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian girls. What role should the United States play in cases like these? How can we do more? We also ask him if the US can learn something from Europe when it comes to ending the death penalty.
- New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast joined Jim and Margery to talk about her new graphic memoir, Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
As temperatures and ocean levels rise, the Cape Cod shoreline could be imperiled. WCAI Science Editor Heather Goldstone talked to Jim and Margery about climate change.
Credit: NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center / Flickr
BPR: Climate Change, Michael Norton, Brian McGrory, Charlie Sennott, Roz Chast
May 7, 2014