Today on Boston Public Radio:

We began the show by opening the phone lines, asking listeners whether they would travel to states where vaccination rates are low.

Trenni Kusnierek explained why Manchester United fans are protesting against the club’s U.S. owners, the Glazer family. She also updated us on the status of the Tokyo Olympics. Kusnierek is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor.

Trenni Kusnierek on BPR | May 4, 2021

Carol Rose discussed the Supreme Court argument over whether public schools have the right to punish students for what they say outside of school grounds. She also touched on the ACLU’s call for President Joe Biden to close down U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers. Rose is executive director of the advocacy group ACLU Massachusetts.

Carol Rose on BPR | May 4, 2021

Katherine Tallman explained how the Coolidge Corner Theatre survived the pandemic and shared its plans for reopening. Tallman is CEO and executive director of the Coolidge Corner Theatre, which will open its doors on May 13 for the first time in over a year.

Katherine Tallman on BPR | May 4, 2021

Dr. Shantanu Nundy previewed his new book, “Care After COVID: What The Pandemic Revealed Is Broken In Healthcare And How To Reinvent It.” Nundy is a primary care physician and chief medical officer of Accolade.

Dr. Shantanu Nundy on BPR | May 4, 2021

John King updated us on the latest political headlines, from Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., losing support among members of the GOP to vaccine hesitancy in red states. 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 | May 4, 2021

We wrapped up the show by talking with listeners about Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce and whether their romantic relationships have weathered the pandemic.