Today on Boston Public Radio:

— NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd discussed Mitt Romney’s vote to convict President Trump and where the Democratic presidential candidates stand in the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary.

— We opened lines to talk with callers about your impressions of Mitt Romney’s conviction vote.

— Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral debated Jim over whether Nancy Pelosi’s tearing of the State of the Union was an effective act of protest.

— We aired live audio of Donald Trump’s address, celebrating his acquittal in the Senate.

— We cut from Trump’s speech to take calls from listeners and hear your thoughts on what the president had to say in his address.

— Diane Patrick, wife of former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, joined us to talk about her husband and his 2020 presidential campaign.

— Boston Globe columnist Alex Beam discussed Mitt Romney’s mormonism and the role it played in the Senator’s vote to convict President Trump in the impeachment trial.

— WGBH Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen reviewed several musicals currently showing in Boston and discussed the Lyric Stage Company's decision to hire Courtney O'Connor as artisitc director.