I hope you'll enjoy either watching or listening to some of these interviews. All of the interviewers come across as well-informed on the topics. It's been endlessly fascinating for me to be a guest on these kinds of shows, each one is different, and so I'm different in each one myself.
You'll notice the granddaddy of them all — Coast to Coast AM — is not here. Coast is enormously protective of their interviews, you have to be a member to access them. I believe I've been on C2C six times, going back to Art Bell in 1996, including current host George Noory, and enjoying some rare air time with George Knapp.
Interviewed by Alejandro Rojas. In this episode, we discuss UFO disclosure, how one would define the term, and where we are in the process of disclosure. Great sound quality and recording, too.
Interviewed by Ryan Sprague, host of the Somewhere in the Skies Podcast. This covers a lot of territory, very personal, fun to listen to, good quality audio production, too!
Interviewed by M.J. Banias on his Cafe Obscura show, talking politics and #UFO2020. This was recorded as a Google Hang-out. One listener — "Bryce can articulate The Phenomenon with such ease" — made my day.
Spacing Out with Jason McClellan and Maureen Ellsbery is just a fun place to hang out and talk UFOs, paranormal and, in this case, The Beatles!
Interviewed by Dave Scott of Spaced Out Radio who, although nursing a cold, really did conduct a thorough and detailed interview with a lot of talk about Hollywood and how we treat UFOs out here.
Fade to Black's Jimmy Church and his listening audience can be a tough crowd. Lots of organized resistance to this episode that's supposed to be about Hollywood, UFOs and the media. Oh, well...
This page collects a number of previous interviews. Many, if not most, are about UFOs, but there are a few about my Beatles and JFK "what if" books. It begins with a collection of clips from the 9/11 period when I'd been elected Chairman/CEO of the TV Academy and had to postpone the Emmy Awards twice.
Dolan and Zabel make the point that technological advancements are coming so fast for humanity that we will be able to leap into the world of the Others soon, whether they want to invite us or not.
This was recorded during the release of the Dark Skies DVD set. This is actually one of my favorite interviews about my NBC UFO series, and sets the stage nicely for people who have never even heard of it. Getting the DVD is the only way to watch "Dark Skies" as no streamer currently has the rights.
One of the greatest things about the Dark Skies DVD set is the sheer attention to detail that Shout Factory took in getting it "just right." This documentary done by Brian Ward is just insanely great!