Kelly Gray, Royal Underground, tells of meeting Motley Crue's Tommy Lee and starting a fashion company with bassist Nikki Sixx. Dialogue with Doti & Dodge is hosted by Jim Doti & Kristina Dodge, and is produced by Panther Productions, Chapman University.
Fighting alcoholism, sexual abuse, searching for her biological father, and dealing with multiple family deaths is all in the memoir of Ivana Lowell, author of "Why Not Say What Happened?" Daughter of Lady Caroline Blackwood and heiress to Guinness beer, Lowell talks about her mother's marriages to Lucian Freud, Israel Citkowitz and Robert Lowell. She shares her troubled childhood, her battle with alcoholism, and how she managed to overcome it all.
Chapman University economist Esmael Adibi, director of the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research, discusses predictions for the regional and national economic climate. For more than 30 years, Chapman's economists have produced an annual forecast based on research conducted at the Argyros School of Business and Economics.
Yaron Brook discusses recent public interest in Ayn Rand's novels and his perspective of global events. He is president of the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, a columnist and a frequent television guest contributor.
Moving from India to America, Harshad Dharod began working at Jack in the Box, saving money until he and his brother bought a franchise restaurant together. Fast forward 30 years later and now he is one of the leading entrepreneurs and a top 30 franchisee in the U.S., making an excess of $100 million in sales revenue. Now Dharod is a millionaire and owner of various franchises, and through his hard work and entrepreneur drive, he has achieved the "American Dream."
Lt. Gail Halvorsen, Sgt. Earl Albers, and Michael Ott discuss the Berlin Airlift and memories of the Cold War. The Berlin Candy Bomber, as he was called, discusses his days as a young pilot in the U.S. Air Force and the candy drops he made over the city of Berlin.