Today on Boston Public Radio:

We started the show by opening the lines to hear our listeners’ reaction to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address.

Then Art Caplan discussed the shortage of primary care physicians in Massachusetts. He also talked about Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s plan to try to wipe the medical debt of state residents and a proposal in Florida that would require high school athletes to submit menstrual records to schools to prove their sex. Caplan is the Drs. William F and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU School of Medicine in New York City.

National security expert Juliette Kayyem came on to talk about the criminal charges filed against Lindsay Clancy, a Duxbury woman accused of killing her three children. Her lawyer argues she is not guilty because of temporary insanity caused by postpartum psychosis and being overmedicated. She also commented on the State of the Union Address and how Biden handled the Chinese balloon that hovered over the United States last week. Kayyem is the former assistant secretary for homeland security under President Barack Obama, and the faculty chair of the homeland-security program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

GBH News Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen discussed “Made in China 2.0” through ArtsEmerson, “El Pasado Mío/My Own Past” at Harvard’s Hutchins Center, “Re/Framing the View” at New Bedford Whaling Museum and the documentary “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed.”

Michael Curry, CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, delved into the police reform elements of the State of the Union speech. He also talked about Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s reparations task force and the resistance the body faces from the public.

Then we ended the show by asking our listeners what their favorite unhealthy food is learning that former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi eats a hot dog for lunch every day.