Chef and host of "From Scratch" tells us what to cook with what's left in the fridge and other ways to cook good food.
Michael Coyne, Dean of the Mass School of Law, takes a look at two very high profile cases coming to a close. Will it be life or death for the Marathon Bomber? Did the prosecution make their case against Aaron Hernandez?
How much space do you need to live comfortably? Turns out, some people don’t need that much at all. Chris Page is looking for a place to park his tiny house. So, he came in to tell us all about it.
Are the labels promising nutrition on your food tell you the truth? Also, get to know the food color spectrum and more with our health and nutrition guru Ayla Withee.
Jay Talking car guy, Craig Fitzgerald (bestride.com), says you could be riding in a driverless car in as little as ten years from now. And what is the coolest car chase in movie history?
Now more than ever people are doing all of their banking and shopping on-line. Robert Siciliano, CEO of idtheftsecurity.com, gives us tips to keep your money and information out of the wrong hands.
Chris Dempsey, co-chair of No Boston Olympics, says tax payers will get stuck paying the bill on potential cost overruns for the proposed 2024 Olympics.
Leader of the United Independent Party, Evan Falchuk, passes out low marks for the MBTA and continues to push back on the 2024 Boston Olympics movement.
WBZ-TV Chief Meteorologist Eric Fisher tells us exactly how he predicts the weather, shares his thoughts on climate change and looks ahead to the hopeful und to a brutal winter.
He plays a cover song, you name the artist covering the song. It's Bradley Jay's favorite trivia game with WZLX's John Laurenti.
Dave Silverman, Bradley’s new travel friend, talks about growing up in West Roxbury in the 70’s and why he moved to Israel full time.
Ayla Withee, registered nutritionist with eatsimple.org, is back in studio to tell us how to eat healthy, and that it’s not as hard as you think.
Former Mass Inspector General Gregory Sullivan goes in depth on what it will take to fix our aged and broken public transportation.
Chris Dempsey, co-chair of nobostonolympics.org continues the call to keep the Olympics out of Boston in 2024
Former Judge Isaac Borensien and guests talk about their recent trip to Cuba and what the possible lift of the US embargo would mean for both countries.
The definition of a balanced diet is constantly changing. Nutritionist Ayla Withee talks about the latest trends and helps separate fact from fiction when it comes to diet and health.
Jeremy “Beowulf” Day tells us how to do the outdoors right. From a day trip to survival expeditions, learn about what you need to pack, and more importantly, what you don’t need to pack with a trail guide and seasoned outdoorsman.
Jay Talking's ver own legal expert and Mass School of Law Dean Michael Coyne goes through the complicated proses of selecting a jury for the biggest case of the year.
We take a look at the seedier side of the internet with “Alpine Strangers” podcast producer Nate Mcfadden. Illegal substances, sex trafficking, bitcoin and other things that hide under the internet that you think you know.
WBZ's Bradley Jay and Joe Mathieu argue about gas price predictions...and realize all they create is hot air.