Today on Boston Public Radio:

— Medical ethicist Art Caplan discussed issues with President Trump’s goal of reopening the country by Memorial Day, and his reporting on how to ethically determine what medical care gets deemed ‘essential during the COVID-19 pandemic.

— Jim and Margery discussed President Trump’s public reversal on his promise of shutting down his coronavirus task force.

— Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory discussed the stigmas around Coronavirus deaths, and the addition of the “Comfort Zone” section in the Globe.

— CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem discussed pressure from the GOP to reopen the U.S. economy, and warnings from weather analysts about this years’ hurricane season.

— Lincoln Project co-founder and former New Hampshire GOP chair Jennifer Horn discussed the Lincoln Project's new attack ad on President Trump, and why the group of Republicans are working to vote the president out of office in November.

— We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie Baker’s Wednesday press conference.

— We opened lines to talk with listeners about all things coronavirus.

— WGBH Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen talked about the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on smaller museums around the world, and a virtual film series from the Coolidge Corner theater on the career of Lee Grant.