Today on Boston Public Radio:
– We opened lines to ask callers: Why do you think Americans aren’t taking to the streets over the 140,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S.?
– Litigator Kevin O’Connor talked about his ongoing campaign for Sen. Ed Markey's Senate seat on the Republican ticket.
– Dr. Katherine Dallow, vice president of clinical programs and strategy at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, spoke about the state of COVID-19 in Mass. and responded to questions from callers.
– Reverends Irene Monroe and Emmett Price, hosts of WGBH’s All Rev’d Up, reflected on the legacies of Rep. John Lewis and C.T. Vivian, who both died last week.
– TV expert Bob Thompson reviewed the season six premiere of W. Kamau Bell’s “United Shades of America,” and explained why NBC affiliate stations opted out of airing the “30 Rock" reunion special.
– With the launch of NBC’s Peacock streaming service, we opened our lines to ask listeners: Do you feel overwhelmed with the number of options for watching TV?