Today on Boston Public Radio:

— NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd weighed in on the Department of Justice’s recommendation of a lighter sentence for Trump associate Roger Stone, statements from former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on the president’s view of immigrants and the winning poodle at this week’s Westminster dog show.

— Medical ethicist Art Caplan discussed the president’s proposed cuts to health and science agencies, the World Health Organization's inability to control media reporting on the coronavirus and President Trump’s proposal to move tobacco regulation away from FDA control.

— We opened our lines to talk with listeners about former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s statements on President Trump and get your thoughts on why most Republicans are unwilling to criticize the president in a significant way.

— Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker joined us for our monthly edition of “Ask the Governor,” where he spoke about the Transportation Climate Initiative, affordable housing, air monitoring in Weymouth and more.

— Former Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville discussed controversy over testing for Boston Exam School applicants, a religious school choice case before the U.S. Supreme Court and concerns over the use of facial recognition technology in Massachusetts schools.

— We re-opened our lines to talk with callers about the flashy look of this year’s Westminster Dog Show winner, a black standard poodle named Siba.

WGBH News' Senior Arts Editor Jared Bowen discussed several plays in the Boston area, including “Plaza Suite,” "Detroit Red” and “Sweat.”