Red Sox kick things off at Fenway, Mad Men starts up again on AMC, and Globe and Herald writers talk politics.

BPR: Fenway Opener, Mad Men, The Madness Of The NCAA, And A Boston Marathoner Beats Addiction

April 8, 2013
  • David Wedge and Joanna Weiss kicked off the show talking about politics.
  • Derrick Jackson from the Boston Globe joined Jim and Margery to talk about his annual piece on NCAA basketball players. Read it here: March Madness brings vast graduation gaps.
  • Globe sports writer Dan Shaugnessy and WGBH's Edgar B. Herwick III checked in from opening day at Fenway. Check out the sights and smells from opening day.
  • The Rev. Eugene Rivers III was Monday's Open Mic guest.
  • Caleb Daniloff talked about how running marathons helped him beat addiction.
  • Ryan McGee recapped Sunday's two-hour season premiere of Mad Men. McGee's website is BoobTubeDude.

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