Today on Boston Public Radio:

Maura Healey talked about the state’s Police Reform bill, respondin to questions about the efficacy of facial recognition technology and no-knock warrants. She also discussed her office's plan to ask the federal Department of Homeland Security to end its partnership with the Bristol County Sheriff's office over news about a violent altercation that took place between deputies and immigration detainees in May, and she responded to questions from listeners as part of our monthly series “Ask The AG.” Healey is the Massachusetts attorney general.

AG Maura Healey on BPR | Dec. 22, 2020

David Scharfenberg discussed his reporting for The Boston Globe on segregation in Massachusetts' public school system and some of the lessons that officials can take from other states' approach to the issue in order to tackle racial inequity. Scharfenberg is an editorial writer and staff writer for The Boston Globe’s Ideas section.

David Scharfenberg on BPR | Dec. 22, 2020

Havard Business School professor Ashley Whillans talked about America’s "time poverty” crisis and offered tips for organizing our lives to better prioritize happiness over money. Whillans is a behavioral scientist and an assistant professor at Harvard Business School. Her new book is "Time Smart: How To Reclaim Your Time And Live A Happier Life.”

Ashley Whillans on BPR | Dec. 22, 2020

Annie Linksey talked about Congress’ new $900 billion stimulus package and how she’s expecting President-elect Joe Biden to handle the country’s economic crisis after he assumes the presidency in January. She also discussed whether she thinks there will be any movement on infrastructure under Biden and reflected on her time reporting on outgoing President Donal Trump. Linskey is a national political reporter for The Washington Post.

Annie Linsky on BPR | Dec. 22, 2020

Frederick Wiseman discussed his new in-depth documentary about Boston Mayor Marty Walsh's administration, titled “City Hall.” Wiseman is the legendary documentarian behind films like “Titicut Follies” and “High School.” “City Hall” will be aired Tuesday night at 8 p.m. on GBH 2.

Fred Wiseman on BPR | Dec. 22, 2020

We ended the show by opening the phone lines, reviving the age-old debate around the ethics of re-gifting holiday presents.