Today on Boston Public Radio:

– We opened our lines to ask listeners: Are you experiencing work-from-home burnout?

– Trenni Kusnierek talked about the recent appointment of Jason Wright as the NFL’s first Black team president, and Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask’s decision to step away from the NHL. Kusnierek is an anchor and reporter for NBC Boston Sports, and a Boston Public Radio contributor.

– Steve Kerrigan recapped the Monday night kick-off of the Democratic National Convention. Kerrigan is the CEO of the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center, and former CEO of the Democratic National Convention.

– Chris Dempsey discussed the return of commuters to the roads of Massachusetts, and the data behind why public transportation might be safer than you think. Dempsey directs the coalition Transportation for Massachusetts, and is a former assistant secretary for transportation.

– Journalist Robert Kuttner discussed failures in U.S. coronavirus testing, and his recent piece for the American Prospect titled "Falling Upward: The Surprising Survival of Larry Summers.” Kuttner is a co-editor for the American Prospect, and the Ida and Meyer Kirstein Chair at Brandeis University. His latest book is “The Stakes: 2020 and the Survival of American Democracy."

– CNN’s chief national correspondent John King talked about night one of the Democratic National Convention, and what current polling indicates about the standing of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden ahead of the November election.

– Lyndia Downie, president and executive director of the Pine Street Inn, discussed the organization’s success in stopping the spread of COVID-19 among Boston’s homeless population, and the challenges they’re anticipating after the state’s eviction moratorium is lifted in October.