Today on Boston Public Radio:

– Medical ethicist Art Caplan talked about research from the WHO into whether the coronavirus can be transmitted through tiny droplets in the air, and how that research stands to impact how the U.S. reopens.

– WGBH News senior investigative reporter Jenifer McKim talked about the latest reporting from the The WGBH News Center for Investigative Reporting, on failures of the Mass. parole system.

– We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie Baker’s Wednesday press conference.

– Harvard behavioral economist Michael Norton discussed his latest research on consumer attitudes around how companies respond to economic pressure from the COVID-19 pandemic. He also responded to questions and comments from listeners.

– The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Peggy Fogelman talked about the museum’s reopening, as well as their ongoing exhibit, “Boston’s Apollo: Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent.”

– Emmy Award-winning performing artist Wyatt Jackson and Latin Grammy Award winner Gen Rubin talked about “Get Up,” their new single that comments on racial injustice in America.