Some Granite Staters have gotten COVID-19 and recovered; we discuss how, even if you’re fortunate enough to survive the virus, it can still have long-term emotional and physical impacts. In the midst of this pandemic, we are longing for the pastimes of summer, including the sights and sounds of a Red Sox game. We talk about the cancellation of the Boston Marathon, the role of sports in our lives, and what the future may hold. And we check in on NHPR's Spanish language audio newscast, ¿Qué Hay de Nuevo, New Hampshire? (What’s New, New Hampshire?). It provides the latest information on coronavirus-related developments and other news to Spanish speakers in the state.
- Daniela Allee - NHPR reporter in the Upper Valley and Monadnock regions.
- Jason Moon - NHPR Reporter.
- Mike Pesca - Host of Slate's daily podcast, The Gist, and the editor of Upon Further Review: The Greatest What-Ifs in Sports History. He also contributes reports and commentary to NPR.
- Shira Springer - WBUR sports and society reporter. She wrote about the 1936 Berlin Olympics for “Upon Further Review: The Greatest What-Ifs in Sports History." She has either run in or covered the Boston Marathon since 1987.
Listen to Jason Moon's report on how a case of COVID-19 can be life-changing, long after the diagnosis.
Daniela Allee produces NHPR's Spanish news updates. Listen here.
Shira Springer wrote about the data science determining whether fans will want to return to stadiums like Fenway Park.
Experience the sounds of Fenway Park: