Michael Beugg is the Executive Producer of La La Land. Michael is also a St. Louis native and joined John Carney to talk about the Oscar’s screw-up, the movie and how he made it from St. Louis to Hollywood.
John Matyiko, from Expert House Movers, joined John Carney to talk about how they move houses like the 3-story brick house that they moved here in St. Louis.
Noah Isenberg, film expert and author of “We’ll Always Have Casablanca,” joined John Carney to talk about the movie on its 75th Anniversary.
David Koechner joined John Carney to talk about his new show “Superior Doughnuts.” The show airs on CBS Mondays at 8pm.
With the Oscars being this Sunday, John Carney reached into the vault and found a past interview with Bruce Vilanch talking about writing for an Award Show. Since 2000, Bruce Vilanch has been the head writer for the Oscars.
Bob Berman, known as “Skyman Bob”, joined John Carney to talk about the new planets discovered at Trappist 1 and whether there is a chance of life there.
Scott Dikkers is founding editor of The Onion and recently published a book titled “Trump’s America: The Complete Loser’s Guide.” Scott joined John Carney to talk about his book.
The Former Me won a constant to open up for Bon Jovi while he was in St. Louis. Ryan Coyle and Matt Grimsley, from The Former Me, joined John Carney to talk about that experience.
Hacker Kevin Mitnick joined John Carney to talk about how to be safe in the age of Big Brother and Big Data. Kevin Mitnick has a new book talking about this named “The Art of Invisibility.”
Sam Moore, famous for being part of Sam and Dave, joined John Carney to talk about his career and what he is doing now.