Today on Boston Public Radio:

– NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd discussed Thursday morning's news of the arrest of former Trump advisor Steve Bannon. He also recapped everything that’s going on with the Democratic National Convention.

– We opened lines to talk with listeners about your thoughts on the first three nights of the DNC.

– Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed Thursday's arrest of Steve Bannon, and a Florida appeals court’s decision to throw out video evidence in the prostitution case against Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

– Sen. Elizabeth Warren discussed why she’s all in for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, her thoughts on the looming eviction crisis, and why she feels it’s important for the federal government to support the arts during the coronavirus pandemic.

– Former Mass. Education Secretary Paul Reville broke down the latest headlines from the education sector, with K-12 schools and colleges scrambling to sort out how they’ll operate this school year.

– Tech writer Andy Ihnatko talked about a recent lawsuit from Fortnite developer Epic Games against Apple over alleged antitrust violations, and gave his pitch for Google’s new Pixel 4a smartphone.

– We returned to listeners to talk about anxieties around the return of college students to cities and campuses.