Tom Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots, sits on the field after dropping a ball in Super Bowl LII against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Minneapolis.

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BPR 02/05: Full Show Post

February 5, 2018
  • Jack Sullivan, a senior investigative reporter at Commonwealth Magazine and Joanna Weiss, writer, editor and WGBH contributor, joined us to discuss the latest political headlines. 

  • The Groundtruth Project's Charlie Sennott talked about the growing threat of North Korea. 

  • We opened the lines to hear if you have seen a difference in your paycheck since the GOP tax plan was passed. 

  • The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Andris Nelsons and Mark Volpe joined us to preview Leipzig week.

  • We talked about the ethics of using Martin Luther King, Jr.'s words to sell cars in a Dodge Super Bowl commercial during this week's edition of All Revved Up.

  • We opened the lines to get your thoughts on last night's Super Bowl.  

  • Andreas Schulz, the director of the Gewandhaus, and Brian McCreath, a producer of WCRB’s Boston Symphony Orchestra broadcasts, joined us to talk more about Leipzig week.

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