Chuck Gunderson was raised in San Diego, California, the site of the Beatles 8th stop on the 1965 North American tour. He was too young to attend the show, but fondly recalls his older siblings spinning the records of the Fab Four as he grew, which perked a life-long love for the band. He has worked in the outdoor advertising industry most of his life although his true passion is history; he obtained his B.A. at San Diego State University and an M.A. at the University of San Diego both in the field of history.
Having published a few articles over the years, Chuck turned his sights to researching and writing the critically-acclaimed, "Some Fun Tonight! The Backstage Story of How The Beatles Rocked America: The Historic Tours of 1964-1966." He has consulted on a number of various Beatles related projects such as director Ron Howard’s recent documentary, “Eight Days a Week.” Chuck and his wife Christina live in Carlsbad, California and are the parents of four children, each a self-described Beatles fan.
Space journalist Leonard David presented updates on space exploration and discoveries. Followed by author Chuck Gunderson on the popularity of the Beatles, and death of John Lennon. More »
In the first half, George Knapp spoke with champion MMA fighter Frank Alisio Juarez III (aka Frank Shamrock) also known as "The Legend," who recalled a childhood marred with abuse that led to a troubled young adulthood. He described how this created a fighter who would go on... More »
A mystery of unusual sounds began in Warminster, England in 1964 and continued as a UFO enigma until 1977. The locals called the inexplicable lights and sounds central to the mystery "the Thing." An expert in the case, Kevin Goodman, joined George Knapp in the first half to... More »
George Knapp was joined in the first half of the program by author and PR expert Maggie Jessup, who shared her insights on personal branding and how to become famous. In the latter half, Beatles scholar Chuck Gunderson talked about what it was like during the Fab Four's North... More »