Television and Online Video

Here are a few of my TV and the web appearances.

Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash, March 2019:

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The Plane That Wasn’t There
On March 9, 2015, I went on CNN International to discuss my theory that the Russians hijacked MH370.

Drones: Do They Mean the End of Privacy?
On June 25, 2014 I appeared on CNN’s Newday with CNN legal analyst Mel Robbins to talk about the dawning age of the drone.

Report shows mistakes in MH370 search
For this May 1, 2014, report I spoke with CNN’s Brian Todd about the conduct of the initial search for flight MH370.

Why didn’t the MH370 emergency beacons send signals?
In this segment that aired Apr 25, 2014, CNN’s Brian Todd asks why none of the four emergency locator transmitters aboard MH370 were activated.

On Monday, January 27, 2014, I appeared on Katie Couric’s daytime talk show to discuss how ordinary people can be real-life heroes, a subject I’d covered in a Reader’s Digest cover story.

Your Bleeped Up Brain
This four-part miniseries on the psychology of deception debuted Saturday, July 27 at 10pm on H2. You can watch the whole first episode here.

Fox News
I appeared on the Fox News show “Studio B” on December 5, 2012 to talk about John McAfee’s flight to Guatemala.
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CBS This Morning
I talked with Charlie Rose on November 13, 2012 about the breaking John McAfee murder investigation.

The Gates of Hell
I appeared as a presenter on the 2010 History Channel special “The Gates of Hell,” produced by Red Marble Media.

Degree Adrenaline Lab
Talking adrenaline with Bear Grylls, host of the Discovery Channel’s “Man vs. Wild,” for an online video series sponsored by Degree antipersperent.

I’ll Try Anything: Powered Paragliding
In this video to accompany my Popular Mechanics column, I travel to Pine Island, Florida for a week of training with Paul Czarnecki of Planet PPG.

I’ll Try Anything: Driving a Hovercraft
Learning how to drive a hovercraft at the annual hover-meet in Muscoda, Wisconsin. Video by Victor Fanucchi.

I’ll Try Anything: Riding Shotgun with Aerobatic Champ Kirby Chambliss
In 2012 I got to ride along with Kirby Chambliss, a five-time national aerobatic champion and Red Bull racer, at the EAA Airventure fly-in at Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

My Ford: An American Driver in Germany
In October, 2012, My Ford magazine asked me to travel to Germany to drive a 600-hp souped up Shelby Cobra Mustang on the autobahn and on the famed race track, the Nurburgring.

My Ford: Driving the Olympic Peninsula
I toured Washington State’s rugged coast for the Spring 2013 issue of My Ford magazine. Read the whole story here.

My Ford: Driving the Big Island of Hawaii
I hit the Big Island for My Ford in the spring of 2013.

5 thoughts on “Television and Online Video”

  1. Enjoyed your interview last night on CoasttoCoast with George N. Very eye opening research and liberating in a way, since you confirm that one can prepare for the ‘ultimate test’ whatever it may be and that the concept can be applied to every day life.
    Definetely will get your book.
    Thank you for the fantastic research.
    All the best,
    Madeleine, Los Angeles

  2. I have to agree that your segment on coast to coast was very enjoyable. It’s always nice when they have someone on that is more scientific in nature. I will definitely try to see the positives next time I am forced to give a public speech. I really do think focusing more on the situation being a thrilling experience, vs a negative one will help a lot. I never thought about how closely the sensations of fear and excitement actually are. I guess because when i’m in a very frightening experience the last thing i’m doing is thinking rationaly. I look forward to buying your book and learning more about the subject.

  3. You’re AMAZING a science writer!! Unique.. awesome.. fantastic books. I am impressed. Congratulations!..
    Happy traveling!
    Greetings from Poland.

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