Sharon Brody is the voice of WBUR’s weekend mornings. On Saturdays and Sundays, she anchors the news for Weekend Edition and other popular programs such as Only A Game, Living on Earth and Car Talk. During the week she frequently anchors the midday and afternoon news shifts. She also contributes essays to Cognoscenti, wbur.org’s opinion page.
A Boston radio veteran, Brody’s experience includes more than a decade as Morning Edition anchor at WGBH and a long stint as morning news anchor, news director and features editor at WFNX.
Her humorous essays and features for broadcast and print have permeated WFNX, Marketplace, Monitor Radio, TV 38, the Boston Phoenix and other outlets. She also was a co-founder of Boston’s award-winning radio sketch comedy troupe, No Soap Radio.
Brody’s hobbies include reading, writing, photography, eavesdropping and complaining about any temperatures below 65 degrees.
Pollster Steve Koczela joined WBUR’s Weekend Edition to discuss where the candidates stand ahead of the first in the nation primary.
Mark Kiszla, sports columnist for The Denver Post, gives his predictions for Sunday’s big game between the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos.
Singer/songwriter Robin Lane’s nonprofit, “Songbird Sings,” offers free songwriting workshops to women and girls who have experienced domestic abuse, sexual assault, trafficking, mental illness and other challenges.
To get to Foxborough, the Chiefs are riding a wave of momentum having won 11 straight games while the Patriots stumbled at the end of the regular season.
Jim McBride, who covers the Patriots for the Boston Globe, discusses what to expect ahead of the team’s upcoming playoff matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs next Saturday.
Boston Globe reporter Beth Healy joined WBUR’s Weekend Edition to talk about the Globe’s week of delivery problems and why reporters stepped in to help.
The city of Cambridge is upending some of the top-down decision making as it puts together its budget for the next fiscal year. It’s inviting residents to vote directly on a range of projects worth $600,000.
Football returns to Fenway Park Saturday night for the first time since 1968.
A bicycle ride of remembrance takes place Sunday afternoon in Boston.
Keating, who sits on the House Homeland Security Committee and is a ranking member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, says the escalation of violence is alarming.
After 18 years, New England’s largest opera company is moving its productions to a temporary venue next fall. That venue has not been named yet.
Two dark chapters in recent Boston history are on display this week at the Venice Film Festival, the world’s longest running film festival.
Branford Marsalis brings his quartet to Scullers.