Radio Boston's full broadcast for August 25, 2016.
Trump in NH: Donald Trump touches down in Manchester New Hampshire, even as a WBUR poll finds him trailing Hillary Clinton by 15 points in the Granite State. We touch base with
National Parks Turn 100: What does today's centennial celebration mean for the many National Parks here in New England?
Celeste Bernardo, Superintendent at Lowell National Historic Park, and a 30 year veteran of the parks service.
Rainbow Times Newsbox Blown Up in Salem: The postbox in downtown Salem has been attacked over 10 times in the last three months — the most recent attack involved explosives.
Tech With Hiawatha Bray: In light of the Leslie Jones hacking scandal, what should tech companies, law enforcement, and legislators be doing to better police cyberbullying and online hate crimes? We also talk about the possibilities of a cashless society.
Mendon Twin Drive-In Movie Theater — Radio Boston producer Adam Asher visits the Mendon, one of the 3 drive in movie theaters operating in the state today to speak with the owners, current and long-time customers and workers.
This program aired on August 25, 2016.