Today on Boston Public Radio:

Brian McGrory talked about the President Trump’s sustained effort to overturn the results of the 2020 election, stalled stimulus talks in Washington, and other national headlines. He also discussed the Boston Globe series "Behind the Shield" and "A Beautiful Resistance." McGrory is the editor of the Boston Globe.

Brian McGrory on BPR | Dec. 1, 2020

Trenni Kusnierek discussed news of Vanderbilt soccer player Sarah Fuller becoming the first woman to play in a Power 5 college football game, and the NFL’s stumbles in mitigating the spread of coronavirus among players and staff. Kusnierek is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston.

Trenni Kusnierek on BPR | Dec. 1, 2020

Carol Rose broke down the details of a newly-released police reform bill from the State House, and weighed in on whether the proposed reforms would bring meaningful change to policing in the commonwealth. Rose is the executive eirector of the ACLU of Massachusetts.

Carol Rose on BPR | Dec. 1, 2020

We opened our lines to talk with listeners about the COVID-19 pandemic, and how you’re feeling about quarantine as we transition into winter.

Corby Kummer discussed the end of a Massachusetts law allowing restaurants to use public space for outdoor dining, poor worker condition for restaurant delivery drivers, and other major food headlines of the week. Kummer is the executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.

Corby Kummer on BPR | Dec. 1, 2020

Jason Moon talked about season one of the NHPR podcast “Document,” titled “The List,” which delves into New Hampshire's secret blacklist of police officers and the legal battle to make it public. Moon is a senior reporter and producer at New Hampshire Public Radio, where he also hosts the podcasts "Bear Brook” and “Document."

Jason Moon on BPR | Dec. 1, 2020

We ended the show by asking listeners whether Massachusetts is doing enough to support its restaurants through the pandemic?