Today on Boston Public Radio:

— We opened our lines to ask listeners: are you ready to come out of your coronavirus cocoon?

— NBC Sports Boston reporter Trenni Kusnierek talked about why she doesn’t expect to see baseball in 2020, and a new coallition of NBA players raising questions about the league's reopening plan.

— FRONTLINE reporter Martin Smith discussed his latest documentary on the coronavirus pandemic, “The Virus: What Went Wrong?"

— Former Massachusetts state trooper, Green Beret, and C3 policing architect Michael Cutone talked about the principals behind C3 policing, which he implemented in Springfield.

— Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung discussed the termination of nearly half the staff at Boston’s Four Seasons Hotel, and her latest writing on “a Me-Too reckoning on race."

— CNN’s John King discussed President Trump’s newly signed executive order on police reform, and Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on LGBT discrimination in the workplace.

— We opened lines to continue the coronavirus conversation with listeners.