Today on Boston Public Radio:

We started the show by asking listeners what they think about the state of Boston’s public transit.

Trenni Kusnierek discussed golfer Matthew Fitzpatrick’s dramatic win at the U.S. Open. She also talked about Jayson Tatum’s role in the Celtics’ loss, and Amy Kaufman speaking out as the victim of domestic violence from her ex-husband, sports writer Jonah Keri. Kusnierek is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston, and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor.

Trenni Kusnierek on BPR | June 21, 2022

Jared Bowen shared his thoughts on the American Repertory Theater’s revitalized run of “1776,” as well as “The Light” at the Lyric Stage Company, and the “wiild negro is love” exhibition at the Cultural Equity Incubator. Bowen is GBH’s executive arts editor and the host of Open Studio.

Jared Bowen on BPR | June 21, 2022

Bill Burr talked about being the first comedian to perform at Fenway Park. Burr is a comedian, actor and Massachusetts native, with standup specials including “Paper Tiger,” “Walk Your Way Out,” and “I’m Sorry You Feel That Way,” and roles in Netflix’s “F Is For Family,” Disney+'s “The Mandalorian,” and the film “The King of Staten Island.” He’ll be playing Fenway Park on Aug. 21.

Bill Burr on BPR | June 21, 2022

We ended the show by turning to live coverage of the Jan. 6 hearings.