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Bradley Jay addresses the daily dilemmas all New Englanders face. It is all about our common challenges, fears and hopes. You don’t have to be a political expert, a sports expert, or an expert in anything. It is a show for everyone.

Bradley Jay addresses the daily dilemmas all New Englanders face. It is all about our common challenges, fears and hopes. You don’t have to be a political expert, a sports expert, or an expert in anything. It is a show for everyone.
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Boston, MA

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CBS Radio

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Bradley Jay addresses the daily dilemmas all New Englanders face. It is all about our common challenges, fears and hopes. You don’t have to be a political expert, a sports expert, or an expert in anything. It is a show for everyone.

Language:

English


Episodes

Are You A Licensed Plumber?.... I Didn’t Think So

11/16/2017
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Well, maybe Kevin Brastler isn’t a licensed plumber, but he has needed one from time to time, and if you do too, you might want to listen to this podcast with the checkbook.org chief. Reviews on every service need - from plumbing to acupuncture, they have it covered.

Duration: 00:42:49


Coping Through The Holidays

11/15/2017
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The holidays can be a hard time for some, but dealing with addiction makes things even more difficult. Former front man for the Del Fuegos, Woody Giesmann (Right Turn CEO) wants you to know there are support systems available when you need them most.

Duration: 00:47:01


Healthcare’s Uncertain Future

11/14/2017
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The deadline to sign up for the Public Health Option is quickly and quietly approaching. John McDonough (Harvard School for Public Health) talks about the future of health insurance and what you can do to make sure you’re not left out in the cold.

Duration: 00:41:49


Live Music Is Dead… Or Is It?

11/10/2017
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If you used to relied on rock-zines like The Phoenix or Rolling Stone, you’re probably wondering where to find the latest news about today’s music scene. If you’re not plugged into social media, the landscape can be intimidating. Michael Marotta, editor/creator of Vanyaland, takes the sting out of finding the new sound.

Duration: 00:43:47


The Cure For What Ails Ya!

11/9/2017
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Author Lawrence Goldstone (Deadly Cure) tells us about the shocking introduction of Heroin as a cure-all for children in the late 1800’s.

Duration: 00:32:44


Do You Know Why I Stopped You?

11/7/2017
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Nobody wants to hear that question, but we want to hear your stories. Craig Fitzgerald (bestride.com) wants to hear about the first time you got pulled over.

Duration: 00:59:30


Smoking Gun or Witch Hunt?

10/31/2017
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Robert Mueller has indicted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort over posable collusion with Russia during the election. Everyone wants to know what the investigation will reveal, and Michael Coyne (Mass School of Law) is here to tell us what to expect.

Duration: 00:21:38


Dem Bones

10/31/2017
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Rev. Stephen Ayers, Vicar of the Old North Church, talks about the crypt under the historical landmark and the opening of a 200-year-old tomb.

Duration: 00:38:38


From Way Up High

10/27/2017
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Weather observer and meteorologist Ryan Knapp calls in from the summit of Mt. Washington to talk about one of the most brutal and beautiful places on Earth.

Duration: 00:18:57


Not Just Blueberry Muffins

10/26/2017
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Historian and friend of the show, Anthony Sammarco, is in to talk about lost Boston landmark, Jordan Marsh.

Duration: 00:50:22


Whodunit, Punk?

10/25/2017
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Long time rock journalist Clea Simon takes us back to the Boston 80’s punk scene in her new book “World Enough”, a mystery inspired by real bands from the era.

Duration: 00:41:34


Get Weatherized

10/19/2017
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Winter might not seem like it's on the way, but when it hits, will you be ready? Kevin Brasler (checkbook.org) goes over the list of things you need and some of the things you don't for when the temperature drops.

Duration: 00:39:55


The Fear Free Vet

10/17/2017
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Do you have a skittish pup or a scaredy cat? Dr. Chris Meehl (Animal Hospital of Lynnfield) is trying to take the anxiety out of your next trip to the vets.

Duration: 00:40:28


The Rising Tide

10/13/2017
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David W. Cash (UMass Boston) says it doesn’t matter whether climate change is man-made or not, it’s here. Is there anything we can do to reverse the effects, or will Boston become the new Venice?

Duration: 00:41:39


Sticking it to You

10/12/2017
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Craig Fitzgerald (BestRide.com) is in to talk about the latest changes in state car inspections. We look at some of the new hoops you will have to jump through to get your inspection sticker.

Duration: 00:45:15


Becoming a Dog Person

10/11/2017
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Peter Zheutlin, author of "Rescued", never thought he'd ever be a dog owner. We talk about where to find the best dogs, the benefits of having a furry companion in your life and what it takes to be a good owner.

Duration: 00:36:17


Learning to Fly

10/5/2017
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Most of us have been on a plane, but do we know how they work? Philip Greenspun (East Coast Aero Club) takes us to aviation school.

Duration: 00:40:55


Ride for a Cause

10/5/2017
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Military vets Tim Shea, Josh Hallet and Riggs Smith want you to ride with them for the 4th Annual USMC Sgt Daniel Vasselian Memorial Motorcycle Run. Bonus: learn what a silky run is.

Duration: 00:40:18


Vegas and Gun Control

10/4/2017
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After the latest mass shooting, Michael Coyne (Mass School of Law) is asking some tough questions about guns and our attitude towards gun control.

Duration: 00:46:42


Castro and the Spy that Loved Him

10/3/2017
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Marita Lorenz may just be the most interesting woman in the world. This is her story about war, espionage and true love.

Duration: 00:43:21

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