BOSTON PUBLIC RADIO
1:25 pm
Wed June 12, 2013

BPR: Plan B, Bruins-Blackhawks, Aging Rock Stars, Bulger Trial, Informant Films

The Rolling Stones play Boston Wednesday and Thursday nights. Demand for tickets is high, and ticket prices are even higher.
The Rolling Stones play Boston Wednesday and Thursday nights. Demand for tickets is high, and ticket prices are even higher.
Credit Jonathan Bayer / Flickr

    

  • Stores will soon sell Plan B contraceptive pills over the counter, without need for a doctor's prescription.  Is this a good thing? Should it have been done a long time ago? Medical ethicist Art Caplan set the stage, and callers weighed in.
  • Jim and Margery previewed tonight's game 1 opener of the Stanley Cup Finals with Steve Conroy, Boston Herald sports reporter.
  • How old is too old? On the eve of the Rolling Stones' two-day Boston stint, Jim and Margery ask what the shelf-life should be for rock stars. Edgar B. Herwick III from the WGBH Curiosity Desk stopped by.
  • Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory talked to Jim and Margery about the trial of James "Whitey" Bulger. Then, WGBH's Adam Reilly checked in from the Moakley Courthouse. Follow Adam Reilly's live-tweeting here.
  • Film critic Garen Daly talked about the most famous informants in film.

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