Today on Boston Public Radio:

EJ Dionne discussed the state of gun control negotiations in the U.S. Senate and the role of young voters in 2022 midterm elections. Dionne is a columnist for the Washington Post and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His latest book is “100% Democracy: The Case for Universal Voting.”

EJ Dionne on BPR | June 6, 2022

Then we asked listeners their thoughts on Elon Musk requiring his employees to return to the office 40 hours a week.

Alexandra Drane talked about the burden unpaid caretakers face, and what needs to change to better support people serving in such roles. Drane is the co-founder and CEO of Archangels, a group aimed at supporting unpaid caretakers.

Alexandra Drane on BPR | June 6, 2022

Charlie Sennott updated listeners on the latest news from Ukraine following 100 days of Russia’s invasion, and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson facing no-confidence vote. Sennott is a news analyst for GBH, where he also heads up the GroundTruth Project.

Charlie Sennott on BPR | June 6, 2022

Jim Aloisi and Stacy Thompson weighed in on Boston’s plan to open more streets this summer, and the poetry of the MBTA. Aloisi is the former Massachusetts transportation secretary, a member of the Transit Matters board and contributor to Commonwealth Magazine. Thompson is executive director of Livable Streets.

Jim Aloisi and Stacy Thompson on BPR | June 6, 2022

Meredith Goldstein shared relationship advice, including on professing feelings for a carpool buddy and when to ask for a second date. Goldstein is an advice columnist and features writer for the Boston Globe. Her advice column, “Love Letters,” is a daily dispatch of wisdom for the lovelorn that has been running for more than a decade. She also hosts the “Love Letters” podcast.

Meredith Goldstein on BPR | June 6, 2022

We ended the show by asking listeners what to do if they know a friend is marrying the wrong person.