Today on Boston Public Radio:

— Arnie Arnesen, political analyst and host of WNHN’s “The Attitude,” discussed Monday’s Iowa caucus and what the debacle might indicate for next Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary.

— We opened our lines to talk with callers about your impressions of the Iowa caucus.

— Carol Rose and Kade Crockford from the Massachusetts ACLU discussed their efforts to block facial recognition technology in the Bay State.

— NBC Sports Boston reporter Trenni Kusnierek recapped Super Bowl LIV, from the the game itself to Tom Brady’s “special announcement” Hulu ad.

— Food writer Corby Kummer discussed the 40,000 pounds of food waste at Super Bowl LIV, and the FDA’s recent approval of a drug to lessen the effects of peanut allergies.

— We re-opened our lines to callers to discuss the massive construction project soon to be underway at South Station.

— CNN’s John King discussed criticisms of Monday night’s Iowa caucus, and previewed President’s Trump’s forthcoming State of the Union address.

— Ari Barbanell and Paul English, co-founders of Winter Walk Boston, discussed their program’s mission of fighting local homelessness ahead of its fourth annual walk on Sunday.

Correction: This article has been updated to include the correct spelling of Arnie Arnesen's last name.