Today on Boston Public Radio:

— WGBH News reporter Adam Reilly discussed new polling from WGBH, in partnership with the Boston Globe, MassLive, State House News Service, and Suffolk University, about the attitudes of Mass. residents towards the state’s reopening, and police reform.

— We opened our lines to talk with listeners about the findings from the newly released polling.

— Rep. Joe Kennedy called in to discuss his issues with the president’s response to COVID-19, and how he believes the federal government needs to address racism and police brutality.

— Jim and Margery made their pitch for donations to WGBH, as part of Wednesday’s single-day pledge drive.

— We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie Baker’s Wednesday press conference, where he discussed conclusions from the official report on malpractice at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home.

— Medical ethicist Art Caplan discussed why he doesn’t expect a readily available COVID-19 vaccine in 2020, and whether the MLB will be able to pull off their 2020 season.

— We reopened our lines to continue the conversation about Black Lives Matter and police reform in Massachusetts.