Today on Boston Public Radio:

– NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd recapped this week’s Republican National Convention, and discussed whether the week’s speeches will have an impact on swing voters.

– We opened lines to hear your impressions from night three of the RNC.

– Media maven Sue O'Connell talked about the absence of LGBTQ issues at the year's RNC, and the impact a second Trump term might have on LGBTQ rights.

– Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed peaceful protests in various sports leagues over police brutality, and debate around the ethics of cash bail systems and the Massachusetts Bail Fund.

– Former Mass. Education Secretary Paul Reville talked about the challenges of keeping college students socially distanced during the fall semester, and news about how charter schools are navigating their own return to classes.

– We opened lines to talk with listeners about the return of students to college campuses, and whether you think they’ll be willing to follow social distancing guidelines.

– Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung talked about the extra work that remote learning brings for parents, and discussed how local businesses are navigating workplace safety during the coronavirus pandemic.

– Tech writer Andy Ihnatko discussed a group that used Facebook to advocate for violent counterprotests in Kenosha, Wis., and debate around whether Elon Musk should be allowed to launch tens of thousands of satellites into the Earth’s orbit for his Starlink project.