Boston Public Radio Full Show: 6/4/21
Today the Boston Public Radio:
We started the show by opening the phone lines, talking with listeners to see if they were reassessing their relationships when the pandemic was exiting.
Sue O’Connell explained how LGBTQ activists challenge Boston Pride to diversify its board of directors and the national debate on police involvement in pride. She also spoke about George P. Bush announcing his candidacy for the post of attorney general of Texas. O’Connell is the co-editor of Bay Windows and the South End News, as well as the political commentator and chief commentator of NECN.
Emily rooney shared his thoughts on a government report that found there was no conclusive evidence that the unidentified aerial phenomena were alien spaceships, but could not identify what UFOs were. She also gave a preview of tonight Beat the press. Rooney is the host of Beat the press, which you can watch on Friday evening at 7 p.m.
Next, we asked listeners if they were going to swim in the London Sky Pool.
Yamiche Alcindor discussed his experiences spanning former President Donald Trump and his administration, and his friendship with the late journalist Gwen Ifill. She also spoke about her new role as moderator of Washington week. Alcindor is the moderator of Washington week. She is also a White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour, and a political contributor for NBC News and MSNBC.
Callie crossley spoke about Facebook’s decision to suspend former President Trump for two years and shared his thoughts on cutting a veteran’s microphone during a Memorial Day speech in which he acknowledged the role of black people in the creation of the holiday. Crossley welcomes GBH Under the radar and Basic black.