- John King joins us to discuss the federal judge's move to stay Obama's immigration orders, as well as ISIS and social media.
- Charlie Chieppo phones us to share his take on how and why the MBTA hasn't been fixed. Then we talk to you to get yours. [22:17]
- Wesley Lowery, political reporter for the Washington Post discusses his extensive coverage of Ferguson, getting arrested, and how the stories he's covering now are reverberations of those events. [53:10] >>Download our podcast here.
- Jared Bowen is all tied up about 50 Shades of Gray, and impressed with Still Alice. He talks about a new production of The Wiz, and what's next for Boston's art scene. [1:15:30]
- Nancy Koehn joins us to dig into the tyranny of the forced smile at the workplace. Do we live in a work world with too much "fungineering?" We ask you to get your take. [1:37:46] >>Read more here.
- Then Norm Abram and Tom Silva from This Old House wrap up our show taking your questions about ice dam, icicles, and other snow sadnesses. [ 2:16:58] >>Read more here.
Six months out, we check in with Ferguson reporter Wes Lowery.
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BPR: Ferguson Check In, 'Fungineering' and Ask This Old House
February 17, 2015