Today on Boston Public Radio:
– Former Pentagon official and Georgetown University professor Rosa Brooks talked about the Transition Integrity Project, her exercise examining various potential outcomes of the November election.
– We opened the lines to ask listeners: Are you anxious about the prospect of election interference and voter suppression in November?
– Media maven Sue O’Connell discussed the potential conflict of interest surrounding a trial of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and her concerns for underprivileged kids who might be unable to return to school in the fall.
– Under the Radar host Callie Crossley talked about lax mask enforcement policies at retail chains like Walmart and gave her thoughts on Michelle Obama’s new podcast.
– Tech writer Andy Ihnatko discussed Wednesday's congressional testimony from several tech CEOs, and research showing that many election officials are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
– Brian O’Donovan, host of WGBH’s “A Celtic Sojourn,” talked about the music venues that Boston is losing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
– We opened the lines to listeners to continue the conversation about Boston's performance spaces.