Steve Interviews Don Ballard

Before Walt Disney finished Disneyland and was ready for opening day on July 17, 1955, he had long since run out of money to build the Disneyland Hotel. Steve talks with Don Ballard, author of Disneyland Hotel: The Early Years 1954-1988....

Steve Interviews Peter Funt

Steve talks with Peter Funt, host and producer of television’s Candid Camera and author of Self-Amused: A Tell-Some Memoir, about television, film, the evolution of show business and the human condition....

Steve Interviews Laura Pritchett

None of us are getting out of here alive. Death is something we must inevitably experience, and if we have some clarity and preparation, dying can be done well. Steve talks with Laura Pritchett, author of Making Friends with Death: A Field Guide For Your Impending...

Steve Interviews Buzz Hollander, M.D. Part 1

Masks, vaccines, mandates, lockdowns, statistics, expert recommendations and government directives have left many confused or feeling like they should “choose their own adventure”. Steve speaks with Buzz Hollander, M.D., a practicing physician in both clinical and ER...

Steve Interviews Kenneth T. Walsh Part 4

Steve talks again with Kenneth T. Walsh, distinguished historian of the modern American presidency. This is Part IV of a four-part conversation about Ken’s new book Presidential Leadership in Crisis: Defining Moments of the Modern Presidents from Franklin Roosevelt to...