BOSTON PUBLIC RADIO
3:13 pm
Mon April 8, 2013

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

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

  • 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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