Today on Boston Public Radio:

We started the show by asking listeners how they felt about Prudential’s Pulse of the American Worker Survey, which found that 1 in 4 workers plan to leave their job post-pandemic.

Trenni Kusnierek talked about the Stanford Cardinal’s NCAA women’s basketball win and the MLB’s decision to move their All-Star game out of Atlanta due to Georgia’s controversial new voting restrictions. Kusnierek is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor.

Trenni Kusnierek on BPR | April 6, 2021

Carol Rose shared her thoughts on nationwide attacks on transgender rights, calls for vaccine passports and the fight against Georgia’s voting restrictions. Rose is executive director of the ACLU of Massachusetts.

Carol Rose on BPR | April 6, 2021

Michael J. Bobbitt discussed the pandemic’s impact on Massachusetts’ arts and cultural institutions, from financial issues to COVID-19 stage performance guidelines. He also weighed in on how the arts and culture sector can rebuild after the pandemic. Bobbitt is executive director of the Mass Cultural Council.

Michael J. Bobbitt on BPR | April 6, 2021

Shirley Leung talked about acting Mayor Kim Janey’s “All Inclusive” Boston tourism campaign and the team that put it together. She also discussed The Boston Globe’s Spotlight investigation which found that Boston hospital chiefs moonlight on corporate boards at a much higher rate than the national average. Leung is a business columnist for The Boston Globe.

Shirley Leung on BPR | April 6, 2021

John King updated us on the latest from the Derek Chauvin trial and the sex trafficking investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla. King is CNN's chief national correspondent and anchor of "Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays and Sunday mornings at 8 a.m.

John King on BPR | April 6, 2021

We wrapped up the show by talking with listeners about jumping the vaccine line using “fauxmorbidities.”