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Best Frank Buckley Interviews podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Frank Buckley Interviews podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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KTLA Morning News anchor Frank Buckley interviews newsmakers, celebrities, technologists and tastemakers about what drives and inspires them, and how they got where they are today. With no time limits on “Frank Buckley Interviews,” Frank gets his guests to reveal more about themselves than they can during a typical live TV segment. New episodes are released every Wednesday. The TV version airs on KTLA-TV Channel 5 Saturdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at midnight.
 
"The best True Crime radio program on the air." - Erin Moriarty CBS 48Hrs "True Crime Uncensored is amazing, amusing and completely unexpected! This is the 'Car Talk' of True Crime podcasts, and the show all other true crime shows listen to!" -- Travis Webb. Created by Burl Barer, produced by Magic Matt Alan, Archived by Douglas Shearer. Fact Checker: Mark Boyer Hosted by Burl Barer and Frank C. Girardot, Jr. The Internet's FIRST true crime podcast now in our second decade of live broadcasts ...
 
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This week, we revisit a conversation with the Bernie Taupin. Taupin is Elton John's longtime songwriting partner and wrote the lyrics to most of the songs you've heard Elton John sing. The friendship and professional relationship between Bernie taipan and Elton John is chronicled in the film "Rocketman." Last summer, Bernie was in town to open an a…
 
In this episode of Turfgrass Hotline, Frank Rossi and Lee Butler chat about a warm, wet start to the season during the COVID lockdown, and how both warm- and cool-season grasses struggle with rooting issues from nematodes to take-all! A lively discussion about Asco-whatta? Leaf spot and brown patch in tall fescue. It’s a great day in the Carolinas!…
 
The roller coaster that is the Spring season in the Midwest did not disappoint. In fact, the BEST snow mold year, says Dr. Paul Koch of the University of Wisconsin-Madison... and now summer patch samples, Pythium root issues in areas that are very wet (like Iowa), and using dollar spot model to justify new fairway grasses. Whew! Lot of ground cover…
 
Ohio State professor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., shares his experience with the Covid-19 virus. Karl was diagnosed with virus in March, spent a month in the hospital at OSU. He talks with us about pre-existing conditions that made him more vulnerable to the disease, his experiences on a ventilator, going through rehab, dealing with some residual healt…
 
In this captivating episode, Mark has to go rescue the lost groceries, Matt and Burl talk Twilight Zone and other TV/Movie stuff, then Burl shares what great new true crime books are being released for summer reading; --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/burl-barer/support
 
In this episode of the Turfgrass Hotline Pacific Northwest, Frank Rossi chats with the newly minted Dr. Clint Mattox of Oregon State University. Among the overall growing season update, topics include the always present microdochium patch, yellow patch, anthracnose, Poa annua, fine fescue and cultivation research from the lone research center in th…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we revisit a 2017 conversation with Jorge Reyes Salinas, who at the time was a Cal State Northridge grad student serving on the California State University Board of Trustees. Jorge is also an immigrant from Peru who was brought to the U.S. as a child by his parents who never returned home when their tourist visas exp…
 
Yes, Burl Barer is the special guest on his own show as fact checker Mark Boyer grills Burl like a swordfish on the trajectory of his brilliant career! Plenty of laughs along with insights into writing true crime and why Burl is the true crime author criminals trust. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/burl-barer/support…
 
In this episode of Rockbottum Radio, RW changes things up and leads off with Storytime, telling about the time he led a protest movement to overthrow a high school cafeteria. Then, as Anti-Golf occupies Rockbottum CC, turning it into a free "People's Park", chaos is averted as Ludell defuses the situation with a brilliant strategy that involves gol…
 
This week, we're revisiting a conversation with a man, whose work we featured on the podcast a year ago and is still just as relevant today. Justin Brooks is the director of the California Innocence Project (CIP) based at the California Western School of Law in San Diego. Justin and his team of pro bono lawyers and law students work to free prisone…
 
In this first episode of the (Northeast US Edition) Turfgrass Hotline for 2020, Frank Rossi chats with Rich Buckley, Director of the Diagnostic Clinic at Rutgers University. Rich and Frank discuss the impact of early growth regulation in response to the Covid-19 pandemic on plant stress and pathogens. Snippets on Pythium root rot, annual bluegrass …
 
George Floyd's death at the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has propelled people onto the streets of the U.S. and the world to protest against police brutality, racial injustice, and systemic discrimination. Black Americans have said for decades that they are treated differently than White people and others by police officers and deputies, and…
 
Divorce Is Violent. . . Darren Mack had it all. A beautiful home in Reno. A lovely wife. Three children. And a million-dollar business. Then his wife Charla filed for divorce, winning a large settlement in a heated courtroom battle. According to friends, Mack was "angry." They had no idea how far his fury would take him... Revenge Is Bloody. . . Ov…
 
When prison inmate Robert Reldan's aunt died and left him an $8.9 million trust fund, Arthur and Barbara Reeve, parents of murder victim Susan Reeve, acted to deprive Reldan of the funds that could gain him freedom on parole. The Reeves ultimately got an unheard of $10 million judgment against their's daughter's killer, effectively stripping the ma…
 
Award-Winning Finalist in the 'Biography' & 'True Crime' categories of the 2015 International Book Awards Award-Winning Finalist in the 'True Crime' category of the 2014 USA Best Book Awards Award-Winning author Christian Cipollini is a journalist, writer, organized crime historian and designer, a collector of rare crime related photographs & artif…
 
The current pandemic has invigorated public interest in being out in green space and golfers anxious to get back out and play. In this episode of Frankly Speaking, Frank Rossi and Parker Anderson of Greener Golf explore the science behind our desire for being on the golf course, the conflict with the public regarding community use of the space, and…
 
40 years ago this week, CNN, the first all news television channel, launched, and it's still going strong today. The story of how CNN started is chronicled in Lisa Napoli's new book, Up All Night: Ted Turner, CNN, and the Birth of 24 Hour News. Frank recently interviewed Lisa for a virtual Live Talks LA event, where they discussed the life of CNN f…
 
May is military appreciation month. Off the heels of Memorial Day, we are honoring our men and women in uniform and their families, and remembering our war dead by replaying a 2018 conversation with retired Marine Corps Major Scott Huesing. Scott had multiple combat deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. He authored the book Echo in Ramadi: The First…
 
Yes, we share the same last name and a certain degree of international fame, but Sergio has more fame in more genres than even I. His original compositions garner him cheering stomping standing ovations, and sold-out concerts in America, Mexico, Europe, and even a few of the lost continents - rumor has it that he is a time-traveling superstar on At…
 
In this episode of Rockbottum Radio, direct from deep in the TurfNet Zone, Willy preaches the power of positive energy in the face of the negative vibrations emanating from... well, just about everywhere these days. Multi-tasking while preaching, Willy also must deal with troublesome golfers, weakening infrastructure, another Mushroom Burger Day, a…
 
This week, we're looking back at conversations with music icons from the 1980s. First, Curt Smith from the band Tears for Fears gets candid about his tumultuous relationship with longtime friend and bandmate Roland Orzabal. He shared details on their falling out, the break up of the band, and how a reunion a decade later eventually led them to maki…
 
Terrifying things are happening to Kay Weden, a forty-something single mom and high school teacher in Salisbury, North Carolina. Despite having no known enemies, Kay's home, car, and peace of mind are under attack throughout 1993. Most chilling of all are the senseless attacks on her only son and the shot fire in the night through a wall of her hou…
 
In this episode of the TurfNet Renovation Report, host Anthony Pioppi chats with Dean Sparks, golf course superintendent at Davenport (IA) Country Club about the ongoing improvements being performed in-house under the annual guidance of architects Ron Forse and Jim Nagle. Presented by Golf Preservations and The Andersons.…
 
President Trump has been saying that former President Barack Obama should be investigated, suggesting that Obama acted illegally when FBI agents began investigating President Trump's first National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in late 2016. Flynn would eventually resign and admit to lying to FBI agents about his contacts with the Russian ambassad…
 
Brad Meltzer is the author of the new book, The Lincoln Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill America's 16th President and Why It Failed. He has also written 12 thrillers–all of them best-sellers on the New York Times Best Seller list including his book The Escape Artist. Brad also writes non-fiction and children’s books and he has the rare distincti…
 
Erin Moriarty was one of our earliest guests twelve years ago, and this will be her fourth appearance on True Crime Uncensored. We . are delighted to have her return to the show. Erin's adventures on the front lines of broadcast journalism are always insightful, informative and entertaining. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/burl-barer/su…
 
Glenn Langohr! No one messes when Glenn flexes! Before becoming a best selling author, Glenn Langohr ran away from a broken home and entered the drug war with abandon. Business with the Mexican Mafia and Hell's Angels became a way of life until the Criminal Justice system interrupted him. In prison he was involved in riots and spent years in the ho…
 
On this week's episode, we revisit a conversation with neurosurgeon, scientist, and author Dr. Rahul Jandial, As a surgeon, Dr. Jandial helps patients with cancer. During this podcast, Dr. Jandial takes listeners inside the human brain and inside real-life patient cases. He also discusses his book “Neurofitness: A Brain Surgeon’s Secrets to Boost P…
 
In this first episode of Frankly Speaking for 2020, Frank Rossi chats with Jim Koppenhaver (Pellucid Consulting), Stuart Lindsay (Edgehill Golf Advisors), Jamie Robb (superintendent at Marine Drive Golf Club, N Vancouver, BC), and Craig Cochran (supt at Van Patten Golf Club, Albany-area, NY) about the impact of COVID-19 now and moving forward on th…
 
My childhood pal Pat Craig always was the best k ind of rebel - the smart kind. He knew what he was up against and what he had in his arsenal of creativity vs imaginary limitations and standardized expectations. A best selling author of Amish fiction series, he stunned his publisher by delivering a novel with blood and the carnage and conflict of w…
 
This week marks the 4 year anniversary of the death of music icon, Prince. In this episode of the podcast, we're revisiting a conversation with one of Prince's closest friends and collaborators, music hitmaker James “Jimmy Jam” Harris III. Jimmy grew up in Minneapolis alongside Prince and he tells us what it was like to work with Prince later as a …
 
From 2011: When we think of Charles Manson, the picture of him with his wild eyes is the image most often called to mind. That was, however, not only several years ago, it was several decades ago. Manson is still a paranoid schizophrenic who receives no mental health medication or treatment in prison, and has spent most of his years in solitary con…
 
"I hope that THE GARDEN STATE PARKWAY MURDERS: A COLD CASE MYSTERY offers New Jersey State Police detectives some fresh leads and new names to consider, and inspires their Major Crime Unit to give a second look at persons of interest they might have previously overlooked or disregarded."Christian Barth manifests the two greatest characteristics of …
 
On this episode, Frank re-visits his conversation with "Weird Al" Yankovic. The interview took place in 2018, shortly before Yankovic was set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During this podcast, Al discusses his childhood, his career, and his biggest hits. He explains his approach to writing and performing parodies, reveals the rea…
 
“The Garden State Parkway Murders,” true crime writer and attorney Christian Barth dives into the harrowing story of the unsolved murders of Elizabeth Perry and Susan Davis. College friends, the two women were brutally knifed to death and their bodies left off the parkway in the early hours of May 30, 1969. Among the numerous suspects Barth identif…
 
In this episode, Randy explains why Rockbottum Radio is more like an Old Timey radio show from 1940 than a modern podcast with serious interview segments. It's entertainment with a goofy perspective and an occasional subliminal message. The job of the golf course superintendent has gotten more serious over the years, and sometimes it helps to have …
 
Do you find yourself missing watching live sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic? We know we do! In this episode of the podcast, we're looking back at stories from a couple of sports legends from early in the podcast's history. First, Lakers legend and Hall of Fame James Worthy recalls playing ball with a young Michael Jordan. He reveals his favorite p…
 
Doris Kearns Goodwin is a presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize winning author. Her new book “Leadership in Turbulent Times” profiles Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson. During this podcast, Doris discusses the human qualities that all of these presidents possessed, she reveals personal e…
 
In this episode of the TurfNet Renovation Report, host Anthony Pioppi chats with Scott Bordner, who recently moved from Chicago Golf Club to a rebuild project of the old Sand Barrens Golf Club in Swainton, New Jersey, near Atlantic City. Renamed Union League National Golf Club, the original Hurdzan/Fry design is being redone by Fry/Straka Global Go…
 
Join Dave Wilber and Kevin Hicks as they talk about what the Corona Virus means to looking at our world going forward. Kevin Hicks is the Western Regional Agronomist for Earthworks. He's also been a golf course superintendent and understands very well what times of change mean in our business. Kevin recently tweeted a short video talking about his …
 
As people around the world are self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic, many are turning to technology to de-stress or practice mindfulness? Maybe you've heard of mindfulness and wondered what it means. This week, we are revisiting a conversation with Andy Puddicombe, who says meditation is the way to achieve mindfulness. He's co-founder of …
 
Fact checker Mark Boyer interviews Burl about his career in true crime and his rare book, LOVE AT THE COST OF LIFEv g - an English version of the Farsi original by Pouran Rahimi about the persecution of the Baha'is in Iran. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/burl-barer/support
 
Dixie Shanahan had a terribly troubled and abusive marriage in the sleepy little town of Defiance, Iowa. Then one summer day in 2002, Dixie's mean and wicked husband was gone. Some of the local residents presumed that Scott packed his bags and left town. But others were skeptical. After all, Scott's brown Ford pick-up truck was still parked in his …
 
Sean Goff was a dynamic Pentecostal minister who was already running his own church by the age of twenty-two. He had wed a pliable teenager and bent her to his will, eventually convincing her to agree to his secretly taking a second wife named Joy. Although at first the clandestine arrangement worked well, problems soon began to surface. Leif Wrigh…
 
This week, we're featuring two guests on this special Covid-19 coronavirus edition of the podcast. Our first guest is Carl Goldman, a Santa Clarita resident and owner of radio station KHTS, who was diagnosed with Covid-19 after being quarantined aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked at Yokohama, Japan. He spent more than 40 days in quarant…
 
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