Today on Boston Public Radio:

We started the show by hearing from listeners about what their ideal work week would look like, as more and more people seek alternatives to the traditional 9 to 5.

Michael Curry discussed the latest COVID-19 numbers in Massachusetts, the Mass Black Expo aiming to foster community for Black entrepreneurs and the latest on diversity in state contracts. Michael Curry is the president and CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers. He’s also a member of the National NAACP Board of Directors, where he chairs the board’s Advocacy & Policy Committee.

Michael Curry on BPR | Sept. 26, 2022

Richard Blanco read some of his own poetry tackling identity to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Blanco is the fifth presidential inaugural poet in U.S. history. His latest book "How To Love A Country" deals with various socio-political issues that shadow America.

Richard Blanco on BPR | Sept. 26, 2022

Revs. Irene Monroe and Emmett G. Price III discussed the moral issues of the day, like how 75% of Republican evangelicals saying they want the United States to be declared a Christian nation, and psychotherapists incorporating faith into their practices.

Reverends Irene Monroe and Emmett G Price III on BPR | Sept. 26, 2022

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker discussed the state of the MBTA and the state's response to dozens of Venezuelan migrants sent here by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, then took listener calls.

Gov. Charlie Baker on BPR | Sept . 26, 2022