Today on Boston Public Radio:

– Following Joe Biden’s nomination Thursday night, we opened lines to hear your takes on the former vice president and now-official Democratic presidential nominee.

– Media maven Sue O’Connell talked about her impressions of this week's Democratic National Convention, and why some are calling it “the gayest convention ever."

Under the Radar and Basic Black Host Callie Crossley offered her impressions of the Democratic National Convention, and explained what it was about Kamala Harris that led her to write a prescient open letter to the newly-elected senator in 2016.

– Boston Globe Business Columnist Shirley Leung discussed her reporting on the handful of businesses stepping up to support employees with child care, and a partial return of in-person business conferences to Boston.

– Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius called in to discuss their strategy for schooling in the fall, and responded to questions and comments from listeners.