Today on Boston Public Radio:

— NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd discussed Tuesday night’s Democratic debate and gave his thoughts on the positioning of candidates heading into Super Tuesday.

— Fatima Shama, senior adviser to Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 campaign, discussed the former mayor's decisions regarding NDA releases and her views on her candidate's path to a nomination.

— We opened our lines to ask callers: Are you worried about the coronavirus?

— Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed President Donald Trump’s recent statements about Justices Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Sonia Sotomayor and the privileges convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein is expected to receive in prison at Rikers Island.

— Boston University Professor Nathan Phillips discussed his experience going on a hunger strike to protest the Weymouth compressor.

— Tech writer Andy Ihnatko discussed the Orwellian aspect of smart speakers and safety risks associated with self-driving cars.

— Boston Globe columnist Alex Beam discussed a new IKEA policy that compensates for distance customers travel to stores and his views on voting pets.

— We re-opened our lines to ask listeners whether older drivers should be required to re-take driving tests.