300 episodes

Join hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan for a smart local conversation with leaders and thinkers shaping Boston and New England. We feature our favorite conversation from each show. To hear the full show, please visit wgbhnews.org/bpr To share your opinion, email bpr@wgbh.org or call 877-301-8970 during the live broadcast from 11AM-2PM.

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    • 3.9, 188 Ratings

Join hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan for a smart local conversation with leaders and thinkers shaping Boston and New England. We feature our favorite conversation from each show. To hear the full show, please visit wgbhnews.org/bpr To share your opinion, email bpr@wgbh.org or call 877-301-8970 during the live broadcast from 11AM-2PM.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
188 Ratings

188 Ratings

Dave3653 ,

My Opinion

I love the show. I would make a couple request. First would be to publish your podcasts quicker as this is how I usually listen to the show. Second I consider myself a moderate Republican and would love to see more of a balance on your guests. Sometimes it is 3-4 liberal Democrats praising the latest very left idea or a far right Republican who argues with the far left Democrat. I would love for the show to get guests who can discuss what the two sides should compromise and move the country forward on versus arguing their far right and left positions that are never going to pass

Leeleesdad ,

Longtime listener but...

I have been listening to Jim and Margery for years but lately I find myself tuning out frequently.
I generally agree with the viewpoints of both of them but over the last couple years, Margery has become a broken record. Everything out of her mouth is about women, me too, and is dripping with animus towards men. I’d be interested to hear a man go on this show and throw it back at her-point out the numerous flaws that are exclusive to women and explain why men are suspicious of women in general.
Furthermore, I have heard several female callers going farther with the anti-male narrative and not being challenged by either of them.
If they want to lose the male side of their audience, they’re on the right track.

sharon gifford ,

Nancy koehn

I loved her comparison between Lincoln and the GOP. I’m not one to write reviews but I was really inspired by her passion.

I’m a long time listener who now lives in South Carolina and appreciate being able to hear Jim and Margery. I love their chemistry!

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