Today on Boston Public Radio:

We started the show by asking listeners to respond to the testimony in Congress of two election workers in Georgia, Wandrea ArShaye "Shaye" Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman. Both were targeted by former President Donald Trump and his supporters in attempts to delegitimize the 2020 presidential election.

Medical ethicist Arthur Caplan discussed whether doctors should talk to their patients about gun safety.

Art Caplan on BPR | June 22, 2022

Keri Blakinger, a Texas-based journalist covering mass incarceration, discussed her new memoir "Corrections in Ink," which traces her journey from the ice rink to a heroin addiction to prison, and getting out and getting clean.

Keri Blakinger on BPR | June 22, 2022

Tiffani Faison, an award-winning Boston chef and restaurateur, discussed her role in the new Food Network competition show "Beachside Brawls." She also discussed throwing the first pitch at Fenway Park and the challenges she and other restaurateurs face amid rising prices.

Tiffani Faison on BPR | June 22, 2022

We again opened the lines to callers to discuss the impacts of Trump and his supporters' threats to election workers after the 2020 election.

Sy Montgomery, a naturalist, journalist, and author, joined us for another edition of the Afternoon Zoo. She discussed the plight of Bonaparte, a 100-year-old snapping turtle whose habitat was threatened in Springfield and is about to return to the wetlands thanks to the efforts of the Turtle Rescue League.

Sy Montgomery on BPR | June 22, 2022