KTLA Morning News anchor Frank Buckley engages fascinating guests in conversation. The award-winning Frank Buckley Interviews features newsmakers, celebrities, technologists, entrepreneurs, authors, athletes, artists, and everyday people doing extraordinary things. In 2022, Frank Buckley Interviews was honored with a National Entertainment and Journalism Award from the Los Angeles Press Club for one of its episodes. New episodes are released every Wednesday. The TV version airs on KTLA-TV Channel 5 on weekends and is also available on YouTube and the KTLA+ app.
Re-release: Laura Wasser, Celebrity Divorce Attorney
This episode originally aired February 21, 2018.
Laura Wasser is a veteran attorney in Los Angeles specializing in family law. She has represented several celebrity clients in high-profile divorces. Among her clients: Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Kim Kardashian, Stevie Wonder, Maria Shriver and many others. Laura is also the author of “It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family Or Bankrupting Yourself.” She currently serves as chief of divorce evolution for Divorce.com. The website aims to help couples seeking a divorce to do it in simple steps and at a considerable savings over divorce proceedings involving attorneys.
In this episode, Laura Wasser explains the process of going through divorce proceedings. She answers whether or not she advises couple sign a pre-nup before getting married, and explains how to best navigate a divorce when children are involved.
Stewart Copeland, The Police
Stewart Copeland is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted musician and the drummer for the British rock band The Police. He is also the author of the new book "Stewart Copeland's Police Diaries."
During this podcast, Copeland takes listeners back to the late 1970s and recounts stories of the early days of The Police including meeting and recruiting Sting and Andy Summers to form the band. He also talks about his process as a musician, and his view on whether The Police will ever play together again.
David Zucker, Co-director of 'Airplane!'
David Zucker is a film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is the co-director and writer of the critically acclaimed 1980 parody film Airplane! His experiences working on the film are covered in his new book Surely You Can't Be Serious: The True Story of Airplane! Zucker is also the creator of The Naked Gun franchise and director of Scary Movie 3 and Scary Movie 4.
In this wide-ranging interview, Zucker discusses topics including political correctness, tales from behind the scenes of his films, and the evolution of Hollywood.
Chase Millsap & Dale King, Combat Veterans/'Small Town Strong' Documentary
Chase Millsap is a combat veteran who served in both the U.S. Army as a Green Beret and in the Marines. He is now a filmmaker whose latest effort is "Small Town Strong," a documentary about Dale King, an Army war veteran who returned home from Iraq to find his hometown Portsmouth, Ohio, ravaged by the opioid epidemic.
During this special podcast during National Veterans and Military Families Month , you'll learn about Dale's inspirational battle to transform lives and his hometown, and you'll hear how these two combat veterans are working to inspire and to help their fellow veterans.
Re-release: Dr. Michael Breus, The Sleep Doctor
This episode was originally released December 15, 2021.
Michael Breus is a clinical psychologist and sleep specialist known as "America's Sleep Doctor." Breus is also co-author of the new book "Energize!: Go from Dragging Ass to Kicking It in 30 Days." In the book, Dr. Breus and Soul Cycle instructor Stacey Griffith use the scientifically proven core principles of chronobiology and biological body type to offer an easy-to-understand, personalized program of small, daily movements, sleeping and fasting on schedule, and mood hacks to give readers a boost of energy, promote happiness, and fight off fatigue.
Re-release: Alexander Cary, Screenwriter/Ex-soldier
This episode was originally released April 19, 2023.
Alexander Cary is the creator and executive producer of MGM+ hit, "A Spy Among Friends".The series follows Nicholas Elliott, who works for MI6 as an intelligence officer in 1960s England. He is left in turmoil when he learns his close friend and colleague had been secretly working as a double agent for the KGB,
In this episode, Cary discusses his body of work, how his military background helps him in the industry, and the heroic story of how he saved a man.
Mark Bittman interview was good.
Expand on Bittman with Joel Sallitin from Polyphase Farms. He is AMAZING and his systems and stats for saving the planet are mind blowing. And he’s a farmer who’s living proof it works.
Straightforward, factual interviews. Very informative. Usually I catch Frank’s program on Saturday morning so podcast are also nice to listen to.
I enjoy your interviews, you are thoughtful with your questions and have the greatest ability to listen & retain the information in your guest’s answers. I am always surprised when the segment is over. It goes by quickly.