Tonight's show focuses on essential workers.

First, when we think of essential workers, fishermen might not be at the top of the list. But they have, nevertheless, been faced with a hard decision: Go to work and potentially get sick, or stay home and don't get paid. We talked with Heidi Sulman, vice president of Public Health Policy for Fishing Partnership Support Services, about the challenges facing local fishing communities during the pandemic.

Then, with work in health care stressful and non-stop since March, caregivers are facing the risk of burnout now more than ever before. We'll heard from Dr. Beth Lown, medical director for the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Care, about support groups the Center has been offering to caregivers of all stripes during this time.


Heidi Sulman - 2:24
Dr. Beth Lown - 15:40