Friday, November 09, 2007

Revolutionary Wealth

Monday, November 05, 2007

Get in Shape the Natural Way!

Secrets Can Be Murder

Italy and Tahiti

Differences in Dating

Is Religion Harming Environment?


Christian Boeving / Jeff Gum

Married 40 Years +

Sports Rage


Fitness Photo Shoot

Fitness Model Photo Shoot

Sex Secrets of an American Geisha

Kicking the Big But Syndrome!

The Cult of the Amateur

Dick Spangler on Pearl Harbor

Assassination Plot

Josh Duhon / Self-Defense

Self-Defense Snafu

Civil Liberties Gone?

Never Too Old to Become Young

No Sun without Shadow

49 Children!

The Haters

Bigger Than Life

Celebrity Apologies

Monday, April 09, 2007

Valerie Cabrera Krause interview

Is everyone you know getting married except you? Don't worry--you're not alone! says Valerie Cabrera Krause, author of "The Bridal Wave." She has advice for women (and men) who are feeling left behind by all the "good news."

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Raul Rodriguez / Xavier Gutierrez / Matus Valent interview

Iceland has some of the longest-lived people in the world. Fitness model and personal trainer Raul Rodriguez lived there for 13 years; today he shares their secrets for a longer, better life. Plus, Raul tells how he helped Xavier loose 30 pounds. And, Raul and Matus Valent tell you how to get killer ab

Monday, March 26, 2007

Dr. Jayne Major / Catherine MacWillie / Shelli Ryan interview

When divorce turns nasty and one parent tries to turn the kids against the other. Dr. Jayne Major, police officer Catherine MacWillie, and film director Shelli Ryan discuss parental alienation syndrome.

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Beatrice Yorker interview

Doctors and nurses who murder their patients. And we're not talking malpractice or mercy killings. Thousands of patients have been killed in recent decades. Beatrice Yorker, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services at Cal State LA, discusses a study on serial killers operating in healthcare settings.

Monday, March 12, 2007

Resa Steindel Brown / Lisa Dunn-Dern interview

Are our schools turning out creative, independent thinkers or mindless robots?

Turned off by an educational system designed for the Industrial Revolution, Resa Steindel Brown turned to home schooling and helped found an alternative school to give her children an outstanding education.

Plus, child lifestyle expert Lisa Dunn-Dern describes how societal issues are also affecting our schools.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Keesha Sharp 2 / Scott Sedita interview

We liked Keesha Sharp from "Girlfriends" so much, we had her back for more. Add in Scott Sedita from E! and MTV talking about the "Eight Characters of Comedy" and you have a wild and crazy half-hour. Plus, Keesha and Scott tell you how to make it in the business

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Keesha Sharp / Mary Lou Belli from "Girlfriends"

Keesha Sharp, who plays Monica on "Girlfriends" on the CW Network. Also Mary Lou Belli, a director on "Girlfriends," about her book "The Sitcom Career Guide" and making it in comedy.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Chad Crouse / Susan Marque / Dan Gavin interview

Top fitness models Chad Crouse and Dan Gavin and food coach Susan Marque tell you whether or not they cheat, and how they stay on track.

Thursday, February 01, 2007

Dr. Nat "The Techno Cat" interview

Love wifi? Dr. Nat "The Techno Cat" tells you what an evil twin is, how to spot one, and how to protect yourself. Plus, how to protect yourself in online dating--and the latest cool gadgets

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Henri Lubatti interview

Henri Lubatti from Showtime's "Sleeper Cell."

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Eric Braeden interview

The World Cup, Nazi Germany, sex, nudity, religion, hypocrisy, and Hilary for President.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Mary Lou Belli / Dinah Lenney interview

It sounds great on paper--fame and fortune at a young age. But we've all heard the stories about child actors who end up broke, or dead, or on drugs. Mary Lou Belli from "Girlfriends" and Dinah Lenney from "ER" say that with the right attitude, you can find acting rewarding at any age. Plus, we hear from people who went into acting at a young age--and loved it and hated it.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Jake Sawyer / Captain Meryl Getline interview

Fitness model and personal trainer Jake Sawyer shows you how to strengthen your core (especially for women).

(This was the 7th show Greg taped that day, which may be a TV record.)

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Jacquie Jordan / Bill Evans interview

The future of TV and the internet. Will the internet replace TV? Will TV and the internet merge? Everything is going to change, say TV producer Jacquie Jordan and Bill Evans, Vice-President and General Manager of CBS Palm Springs.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Virginia Bola, Joshua Fredenburg, Marsh Engle, and Captain Getline interview

Five years later, a variety of experts comment on how 9/11 changed us as a society and individuals.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Alain Simon Tuggle

They're young and have their whole lives ahead of them, or so you would think. But they try to kill themselves and frequently succeed.

Alain Simon Tuggle tried to kill himself twice in his teens. Now he is the author of "Avoiding the Path to Teenage Suicide."

He wants to help keep teens and their parents from making a big mistake.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Rania Awwad / Tracy McWilliams interview

A new you! Makeup artist Rania Awwad and image consultant Tracy McWilliams get you looking better than ever.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Mark Hunter interview

No time to work out? No problem! Personal trainer Mark Hunter shows you how to get in shape in only 15 or 20 minutes a day--in the office or on the road.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Pete Siegel interview

Are you always forgetting everything--your keys, your wallet, your purse, your cell phone? You can't remember appointments, names, addresses? Don't worry--help is here! Memory expert Pete Siegel says you don't have a bad memory--you just need to learn how to use it properly! He shows you how.

Monday, October 30, 2006

Eric Van Lustbader interview

When religion meets politics.... Conspiracy theories, secret societies, religious extremists--novelist Eric Van Lusbader on his new novel "The Testament" and the media, the secret history of the world, and dealing with trouble in the Middle East.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Richard Keith & Craig Young interview

A former British teen band member moves to LA to hit it big in the film industry. "Wannabe" is one of the funniest movies of the year so far. Greg interviews the director, Richard Keith, and star, Craig Young.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Elsa Lee interview

Why women may be the next big terrorist threat. Five years after September 11th, counterterrorism expert Elsa Lee tells what we should be doing--and watching out for--that we're not.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Matt Felker interview

What would you do for 15 minutes of fame? What would you do to become popular on Myspace? For many people, the answer seems to be--just about anything. Matt Felker, a.k.a. Brad Lenz, pokes fun at our celebrity-crazed society and Hollywood, where perception matters more than reality.


We'll be right back with... who...?

Sometimes, when you do a live TV show, anything can go wrong....

Friday, September 29, 2006

Jeffrey Seckendorf interview

What if you could have a professional cinematographer help you with your home movies? Today, Greg makes that happen for you. Award-winning director of photography Jeffrey Seckendorf has advice on how to improve the smallest or largest productions.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Joanne Baron (2) interview

Why do so many movie stars end up in rehab or therapy? Actress and acting coach Joanne Baron gets to the bottom of it. Plus, her new movies "The Ungodly" and "Material G."

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Vali Nasr interview

Will there be a Civil War in Iraq? Will there ever be peace in the Middle East? What affect will the Shia / Sunni conflict have on the region? Vali Nasr, professor at the Naval Postgraduate School and an adviser to the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses his new book, "The Shia Revival: How Conflicts within Islam Will Shape the Future."

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Tomm Voss interview

He worked 14 hours a day in a bank, but still managed to become a top fitness model. Tomm Voss says getting in great shape is all about achieving the right balance in your life. No matter how pressed for time you are, you can do it, too!

Friday, September 01, 2006

Fox6 News gives a shout out to Greg

My thanks to Fox6 News in San Diego for mentioning the show on the air.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Jacquie Jordan interview

Get on TV! Talk show producer Jacquie Jordan has booked 10,000 guests on national talk shows. She's worked with Donny and Marie, Maury Povich, Montel Williams, and Geraldo Rivera. She tells you how you, too, can get on the TV as a guest expert. Plus, Dustin Hoffman sings "Happy Birthday!" to Jacquie.

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Nadine Davidson interview

Will that next vacation with family or friends or that romantic getaway be the trip of a lifetime or a nightmare? Travel expert Nadine Davidson tells you can travel with friends, family, co-workers, loved ones, or your boss -- without wishing you had left them home or gone alone!

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Alex Charish interview

Microsoft says this keyboard is ergonomically sound, but ergonomics expert Alex Charish says they forgot something. Plus, Alex exposes other myths about products that claim to be ergonomic--and she tells you about some products that actually do help.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Dr. Christine Anderson interview

Yoga for people who can't stretch! Chiropractor and yoga expert Dr. Christine Anderson TRIES to teach Greg how to stretch.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Carol Allen interview

Relationship coach Carol Allen has four signs you're about to break up. Plus, advice on how to keep your marriage or any relationship happy.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Catherine MacWillie interview

It's a parent's worst nightmare--a child abducted by a stranger. But frequently, it's the parents' who kidnap their kids during custody disputes. Southern California police officer Catherine MacWillie -- on the frontline -- tells what's going on, and she has some ideas about to solve the problem.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Dr. Jacqueline Sidman interview

For many people, inner peace is as elusive as world peace. Dr. Jacqueline Sidman, author of "Instant Inner Peace," says she has a technique that can help you find happiness.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Karen Mack / Jennifer Kaufman interview

In this day of the internet and TV, do people still read the classics? Can books change your life? Karen Mack and Jennifer Kaufman, authors of "Literacy and Longing in LA," say they and their characters found wisdom, solace, and pleasure in literature.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Joanne Baron interview

If you're serious about wanting to become a top actor, you've got to work at it! Joanne Baron, one of the nation's leading acting coaches around and a respected actress in her own right, has some words of wisdom about how to become a standout. She's worked with and trained many of Hollywood's biggest stars.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Tracy McWilliams interview

What kind of image are you conveying to the world? Whether or not you realize, you are making a statement every time you get dressed. What are your clothes saying about you? Tracy McWilliams, author of "Dress to Express," tells you how to put your best foot forward.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Dave Nathan interview

Muscle Gourmet Dave Nathan has some easy-to-make, nutritious breakfast recipes for people on the go.

Friday, June 09, 2006

Ricardo de Montreuil interview

A marriage and a family falling apart, and everybody has a secret. An interview with Ricardo de Montreuil, the director of "La Mujer de Mi Hermano" ("My Brother`s Wife"), featuring some of the hottest Latin stars.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Robert Greene interview

Best-selling author Robert Greene on Iraq and his new book, "The 33 Strategies of War," an insightful look at what history has to teach us about winning wars and the battles of everday life.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

David Boyle / Jason Watabe interview

Big Dreams Little Tokyo. A humorous film about two people stuck between cultures-- not quite Japanese, not quite American. Greg interviews director, David Boyle, and actor Jason Watabe.

Friday, May 19, 2006

Scott White interview

He's trained Olympic athletes and celebrities. Certified personal trainer Scott White tells 10 ways to sabotage your workout! And you know you don't want to do that!!

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Keely Watson interview

Actor / model Keely Watson (from "Hunter", "Night Stalker") tells how he used his marketing degree to launch his acting career. Every actor is an entrepreneur who needs to know how to market his or her self.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Rhonda Talbot / Bettina Bathe interivew

Part 2 of our look at the American Dream. More inspiring stories. Rhonda Talbot turned her frustration over a common nusiance--broken parking meters--into a business venture. Bettina Bathe drew on her experience as a commercial airline pilot to create the "Violet the Pilot" series of children's books.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Eric Carlson interview (4)

World Champion fitness model Eric "Erock" Carlson is back, and he sticks an arrow in Greg's throat! Dyanna checks out Erock's abs and determines that he is ready for the best abs in the business contest. Plus, Eric has more great advice about how to get the body you've always wanted.

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Barbara Candiano-Marcus / John Lugar interview

It's the American Dream -- starting your own business. Two inspiring stories of entrepreneurship: Barbara Candiano-Marcus turned her concern for her child into the Baby Prodigy line of books, cd's, dvd's, and now a line of toys; John Lugar used his background in TV production ("China Beach," "Amerika") to found an event planning business. You just may get some ideas about starting your own company.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Julie Morgenstern interview

You heard right--Never Check Email in the Morning! That's advice from Julie Morgenstern, a leading time management and efficiency expert. She's helped American Express, Microsoft, and FedEx get their act together. Now she's going to help you! She's a regular guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show and a contributor to O Magazine.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Arlene T. Dyer interview

What if home was the last place you wanted to go? Arlene T. Dyer, founder of M.A.M.A., an organization devoted to helping victims of domestic violence, talks about women (and men) who use work as an escape.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Zeb Atlas interview

Fitness Model Zeb Atlas is a BIG guy. 6' 3", 250 pounds of solid muscle. Find out how he stays in such great shape--and how you can, too!

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Dyanna Saint Jon interview

It took years for Dyanna Saint Jon to be diagnosed with MS and even then the conventional treatments left her with a poor quality of life. But her own research into the disease allowed her to turn things around. Through nutrition she says she was able to conquer MS. Her book is "Stepping Outside the Box: Defeating Multiple Sclerosis."

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Ann and Farley Olander interview

If you love the outdoors, Northen California hasn't got the monopoly on scenery and adventures. Ann and Farley Olander reveal a world of activites and fun awaiting in the mountains surrounding Los Angeles. Their new book is "The Call of the Mountains."

Sunday, March 12, 2006

David Faragalli interview

No matter who you are or what you do--everyone should have a website! Web designer David Faragalli gives you the information you need to create an internet site that will take your project to the next level.

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Wesley Strick and Elliott Lester interview

Teens Gone Wild. Sex, Love, Drugs, Suicide, Murder--that's what growing up is all about these days, right? Screenwriter Wesley Strick and director Lester Elliott discuss their new film "Love is the Drug," which premiered at Slamdance.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Michael Wallach interview

How to Become a Movie Star. Michael Wallach, author of "How to Get Arrested," tells all of you budding screen legends how to jump start your acting careers!

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Luis J. Rodriguez interview

By age 12, Luis J. Rodriguez was already a veteran of East LA gang warfare. By 18, he had seen it all--poverty, drugs, murder, suicide--25 of his friends had been killed. But he managed to escape the cycle of violence by turning to reading an poetry. He is now the award-winning author of "Always Running," a book he wrote in an--unsuccessful--effort to keep his son out of gangs and to try to save future generations.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Joe Keenan interview

A gay movie star gets married to protect his career and public image. Sound familiar? Joe Keenan discusses his new comedic novel, "My Lucky Star." A 5-time Emmy Award Winner, he was a writer and producer on "Frasier" for 7 years. He is now Executive Producer of CBS's "Out of Practice." He's a Hollywood Insider who tells what's going on inside the closet.

Monday, January 30, 2006

Phyllis Chase interview

More Americans are waiting longer to get married for the first time, and a growing number are never marrying at all. Family therapist Phyllis Chase tells what it all means and how to find happiness in a single world.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Eric Carlson highlights

Highlights of interview with Eric Carlson. World Champion Fitness Model Eric Carlson is back and he's doing some crazy stuff--walking on broken glass, breaking arrows with his neck, and bending steel with his throat!

Eric Carlson interview (3)

World Champion Fitness Model Eric Carlson is back and he's doing some crazy stuff--walking on broken glass, breaking arrows with his neck, and bending steel with his throat!

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Nathan Franson interview

Special effects makeup artist Nathan Franson reveals how they create those elaborate onscreen illusions in the movies and on TV.

Saturday, January 07, 2006

Franz and Kurt Wisner interview

Within a month, Franz Wisner was dumped by the love of his life just days before the wedding, and he faced a demotion at work. He decided--what the hell--with all the arrangements already made and guests flying in from around the world--he'd go ahead and have the wedding without the bride and celebrate with friends. Then, he and his brother Kurt decided to re-connect after drifting apart and go on the honeymoon themselves. Their two-year adventure in 53 countries is now a book, "Honeymoon with My Brother," and soon to be a movie.

Saturday, December 31, 2005

Josh Coxx interview

Actor Josh Coxx from "Strong Medicine" and "Babylon 5" tells what happens when you forget your lines.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Jennifer Van Sijll interview

A great movie relies on more than just dialog to tell the story. Whether you want to make your own film or just get a better appreciation of your favorite movies, Jennifer Van Sijll has 100 ways you can tell a story other than relying on words. She tells you what to look for and how to do it.

Linda O. Johnston interview

A reality TV show ends in murder....

Saturday, December 17, 2005

Jorgen de Mey interview

Personal trainer to the stars. When Jerry Bruckheimer wants to get a movie star in shape for one of his films, the first person he calls is Jorgen de Mey. He's trained Angelina Jolie, Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, and others. Find out how to look like an action star from the author of the "Action Hero Body."

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes interview

Like sands through the hour glass, so are the days of our lives. "Days of our Lives" is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2005, and Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes have been a part of that history for more than 30 years. Plus, Greg reveals his secret connection to Days of our Lives.

Christian Boeving interview

He used to get beat up for his lunch money. But now he is the most photographed fitness model in the world after Arnold Schwarzenegger. Actor and bodybuilder Christian Boeving tells how he gets in shape for the movies.

Terrill Lee Lankford interview

Celebrities and murder. If you're famous and want to kill someone, LA is a good place to get away with murder.

Chris Riley interview

You can write the greatest screenplay in the history of Hollywood. But if you're format isn't right, it may never get read. Find out how to avoid common mistakes that brand you an amateur and kill your writing career before it starts.

Saturday, December 03, 2005

Johnny Bell and Gotham Chopra interview

Never has it been easier for the average person to get his or her film or video on TV. We're in the middle of a media and internet revolution. Johnny Bell and Gotham Chopra, hosts and producers from Al Gore's new cable TV network, Current TV, tell you how you can get your content on the air.

Captain Meryl Getline interview

Terrorism? Laser beams? What's going on? How safe are our airports? Has the government gone overboard with security precautions? Are planes flying too close together? The author of the popular USATODAY.COM column "Ask the Captain" answers your questions about the airline industry.

Rona Edwards & Monika Skerbelis interview

Find out how to keep your film or video project out of development hell! Rona Edwards and Monika Skerbelis, who have years of industry experience, tell you how to get your movie made. They wrote the book "I Liked It, Didn't Love It."

Monday, November 28, 2005

Mark Frost interview

"The Greatest Game Ever Played" is one of the year's best movies. It's more than a golf movie, just as "Million Dollar Baby" was more than a boxing movie. It's a true story about doing the impossible. Mark Frost write the book and the screenplay and also helped produce the movie. He also wrote the summer blockbuster "Fantastic Four."

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Dr. James Walton interview (3)

What would you do if you were caught in the middle of a hurricane, a terrorist attack, or war? How would you handle it? Know someone affected by a natural or manmade disaster? Family therapist Dr. James Walton tells how to deal with Post Tramautic Stress Disorder.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Dr.Peter Whybrow interview

Americans are so single-mindedly chasing after money that even when they get it, they aren't happy. That's not surprising given human biology, says Dr. Peter Whybrow, Chair of the Semel Institute for Neurosciences at UCLA and author of "American Mania." He has some ideas about how to find happiness in our fast-paced modern world.

Justin Folk and Jamie Alexander interview

How to make your own movie franchise for less than $50,000! Justin Folk and Jamie Alexandar, creators of "The Adventures of MegaByte Man," tell you how. They produced, directed, wrote, and starred in their own digital project.

Bruce Haring interview

How not to destroy your career in music! Getting a major label record deal may not be all that it's cracked up to be for many singers and bands. Author Bruce Haring tells how musicians are taking charge of their careers with the Do It Yourself philosophy.

Sunday, November 06, 2005

Kim Dower interview

Life is a Series of Presentations. Practically every time you say or do anything, at home or work, you are making a presentation, whether or not you realize it. Kim Dower, media coach for celebrities, gives advice on how to make presentations that get the results you want.

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Stephen J. Cannell interview

Does the U.S. Patriot Act go too far? Does it protect our country from terrorism or undermine our basic freedoms? Stephen J Cannell, well-known TV producer and best-selling author, takes a look at what could go wrong in his new book "Cold Hit."

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Eric Carlson interview, Part 2

Part 2 of Greg's interview with fitness model Eric Carlson. Twelve years ago an illness left him nearly dead; now he's a world champion. Find out about his amazing transformation.

Monday, October 24, 2005

Greg Plitt interview

Former Army Ranger Greg Plitt is one of America's top fitness models; he tells you how you can get in great shape, too.

Robert Roach interview

Comic book creator Robert Roach tells you how you can create your own comic book franchise and empire.

Marcie Begleiter interview

If you want to make your own film or video project, storyboarding can help save you money and keep your project on track. It's a tool the studios use to make your favorite motion pictures.

C. T. Taylor & Lora Cain interview

Everybody tells you you have a great voice? Find out from top talent how to break into the lucrative voiceover industry.

Kelly Lange interview

For nearly 30 years, she was one of NBC's top newscasters. Then, on Sept. 11th, she decided to give it all up. Now she's a bestselling mystery author.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Eric Carlson interview, Part 1

Twelve years ago, an illness left him nearly dead; now Eric Carlson is a world champion fitness model. Find out about his amazing transformation--and how you can do it, too.