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- Episode Guide 98 episodes
- Kevin Faulconer
- Ralph Rubio
- Joan Embrey
- Women, Libera
- Owens Kirkpatrick
- Frankie Lane
- Culinary Stars
- Khamisa & Felix
- Kamisa and Felix
- Jerry Bishop
- Ravi Shankar
Godfather of World Music, he's become India's international icon, devoting his life to music and enlightenment.
- Joe Harper
The man in charge of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, and grandson of Cecil B. DeMille.
- Lucky 'Two Tears' Morales
Chicano activist working to end gang violence.
- Marvin Hamlisch
Multi-award winning composer of culture-permeating songs like 'The Way We Were,' 'Nobody Does it Better,' and the Chorus Line Musical.
- Father Joe
- Mayor Jerry Sanders
An interview with San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders and his plans for San Diego's future.
- Graham Nash
Interview with legendary singer, songwriter and activist of Crosby, Stills and Nash fame.
- Henry Diltz
World renowned Rock 'n Roll photographer who's work has graced hundreds of album covers.
- Boris Said
One of NASCAR's best road racers and founder of the N.O. FEAR racing team.
- Mike Halloran
Music Director and DJ on 49 and 9th. A champion of the local music scene and it's artists.
- Bob McElroy
Founder of the Alpha Project with a mission to help San Diego's homeless find jobs.
- Africa: Niger
Foundation for women travels to Niger to give micro-credit loans.
- Africa: Liberia
Foundation for Women travels to Liberia to give micro-credit loans.
- MacKinzie Kline
15 year old top rated junior golfer in the country, with a congenital heart condition.
- MacKinzie Kline
- Asa Morton
Ophthalmologist and humanitarian who leads annual medical missions to Guatemala.
- Peter Q. Davis
- King Stahlman
King Stahlman has been San Diego's premier bail bondsman for more than four decades.
- Lucky Morales
Founder of the Unity Walk, Lucky Morales has reached out to Chicano gang members for more than a decade to promote peace.
- Tim Mays
A legend in the San Diego music scene, owner and founder of the Casbah.
- Tamilee Webb
An interview with the fitness guru famous for her 'Buns of Steel' videos.
- Coy Watson
An interview with one of Hollywood's first child stars.
- Jim Lee
An interview with the comic book artist who drew the X-Men.
- Kadir Nelson
The artist behind a tribute to the Negro Baseball Leagues.
- Barbro Owens-Kirkpatrick
Former ambassador to Niger with a career in Foreign Service and Political Affairs
- Dr. Nigella Hillgarth
Experts in global warming research at Scripps, talk about humans' effects on the Earth.
- Fary Moini
Fary Moini, a Rotarian who created a new school for Afghan refugee children.
- Miles McPherson
Miles McPherson; former San Diego Charger and founder of 'The Rock' Church.
- Travis Stocking
Former gang member, Travis Stocking, gives back to the community and helps to educate young people.
- Bob Chandler
Legendary San Diego sports broadcaster Bob Chandler.
- Pat Welsh
Accomplished artist, successful writer and past host of the Garden Series on KNSD.
- Henry Diltz
Legendary rock 'n' roll photographer who has shot hundreds of album covers.
- Wall and Bahr
Ginita Wall and Candace Bahr, co-founders of WIFE.org, dedicated to helping women gain control of their finances.
- Dr. Asa Morton
Humanitarian Asa Morton leads annual medical missions to Guatemala.
The men behind the newly refurbished North Park Theater and the Lyric Opera; Jack Montgomery and Leon Natker.
- Michael Robertson
- Jeanne Jones
Author of 32 nationally acclaimed cookbooks is interviewed.
- George Millay
Founder of the Sea World parks and Wet 'n Wild parks.
- Leroy Grannis
Leroy Grannis, Surf photographer whose work chronicled the surf lifestyle through the 1960's and 1970's.
- Chalmers Johnson
Former Political Science Professor at UC Berkeley and UC San Diego; has written 16 books on public and foreign policy.
- Richard Lederer
Richard Lederer, author and co-host of the KPBS radio show 'A Way with Words.'
- Laura Buxton
Former San Diego news anchor.
- Meb Keflezighi
Olympic Silver Medal winner for the Men's Marathon in Athens; family immigrated to San Diego from Eritrea to escape Civil War.
- Judge Fred Link
San Diego Superior Court Judge who has presided over hundreds of homicide cases.
- Greg Evans
Creator of the internationally syndicated cartoon 'Luann', Evans' addresses social issues not usually covered in comics.
- Jerry G. Bishop
An interview with Jerry G. Bishop, the Chicago rock 'n' roll disc jockey famous for the 1970s morning show 'Sun-Up San Diego.'
- Zandra Rhodes
An interview with the pink-haired fashion designer to famous stars ranging from Princess Diana to Kelly Osbourne.
- Malin Burnham
An interview with the civic leader whose generosity has reached many charitable causes.
- Gustavo Romero
An interview with Gustavo Romero, the world-renowned piano virtuoso who began his remarkable career in Chula Vista at age 4.
- Dick Enberg
Legendary sportscaster Dick Enberg has been the voice behind nearly every major sporting event, including the World Series, Super Bowl, Wimbledon and the Olympics.
- Greg Koch
CEO and co-founder of Stone Brewery, a small micro brewery that has turned into a nationwide phenomenon.
- Rolf Benirschke
Rolf Benirschke, a former kicker for the San Diego Chargers that made a miraculous comeback from a life threatening illness.
- Suzy Spafford
The artist behind 'Suzy's Zoo' creates cheerful, whimsical animal characters for greeting cards and calendars.
- Victor Villasenor
A best-selling author who learned to read and write as an adult, after battling severe dyslexia.
- Busaiacchi Bros.
- James Moody
Legendary saxophonist with more than 60 albums and who played with jazz greats including Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald.
- Azim Khamisa/Ples Felix
Father of a 20-year-old murder victim and grandfather of the 14-year-old killer start 'The Tariq Khamisa Foundation.'
- Bob Taylor
Co-founder and master designer of Taylor Guitars.
- Des McAnuff
Composer, producer, filmaker and Tony-winning Artistic Director of La Jolla Playhouse.
- Ravi Shankar
A three-time Grammy winner, Ravi Shankar devotes his life to music and enlightment.
- Robert Turner
One of the best landscape photographers in the world.
- Jack O'Brien
- Gail Devers
Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist.
- Jeanne Jones
Author of 32 nationally acclaimed cookbooks - famous for her 'Cook it Light' series
- Midge Costanza
- Harry Happy Hare Martin
Harry 'Happy Hare' Martin is one of the original zany rock 'n' roll radio personalities.
- Karl Strauss
Master Brewer and the face behind Karl Strauss Breweries.
- Herb Klein
Former Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of Copley News Service.
- Willie Buchanon
Super Bowl 36 show.
- Jesus Blancornelas
Tijuana journalist and founder/publisher of the Mexican weekly, 'Zeta'.
- Rob Machado
Youngest surfer ever inducted into the Surfing Hall of Fame.
- Tony Alva
The father of skateboarding, Alva helped turn the sport into a pop-culture phenomenon.
- Joseph Wambaugh
Famous cop and bestselling author of police fiction.
- Bob Dale
Whimsical weatherman Bob Dale.
- Su-Mei Yu
- Lionel VanDeerlin
- Deepak Chopra
One of the most influential spiritual leaders of our time who's bridged the gap between science and spirituality.
- Steve Poltz
Local singer-songwriter Steve Poltz.
- Gregory Nava
Acclaimed Latino Film Director/Writer.
- Ian Campbell
Director of the San Diego Opera since 1983, Campbell helped regain financial strength and achieve national artistic prominence.
- Patti Page
Patti Page is the best-selling female vocalist of the 1950s.
- Frankie Laine
A look back at the life of Frankie Laine, one of the most popular singers of all time.
- Ingrid Croce
One of the pioneer entrepreneurs of the Gaslamp Quarter, Croce's restaurant and music club paved the way for the renaissance of downtown San Diego.
- Joan Embery
Conservationist and wildlife expert with 30 years experience educating the public about endangered species.
World famous marine artist Wyland is known for turning ugly blank walls into beautiful murals.
- Ralph Rubio
- Father Joe Carroll