George Sells

Local TV legend George Sells discusses reporting in the age of Trump. Charismatic preacher David Diamond explains evangelical support for the President. Grammy nominated Baton Rouge bluesman Henry Turner Jr. talks about his new album and his Baton Rouge anthem.

EBR DA Hillar Moore on the recent outbreak of violence in Baton Rouge. Former WAFB star anchor George Sells on the future of TV journalism after coronavirus.

Veteran anchorman George Sells compares media coverage of Watergate with the Clinton and Trump impeachments. Mark Ballard of the Advocate looks at the top stories of 2019.

Financial analysts Fred Dent and Andy Anderson assess the markets after an 800 point drop of the Dow Jones average on Wednesday. Veteran journalist and anchorman George Sells talks about CNN’s Chris Cuomo getting into a shouting match with men who called Cuomo “Fredo.” Megan Foster Kelly discusses her group “Mompreneurs,” combing business and family.

Longtime WAFB-TV meteorologist and Baton Rouge Police Officer Mike Graham is retiring after 49 years with BRPD and moving to Arizona. Graham will be joined by his former WAFB colleague George Sells. Advocate Capitol Bureau Chief Mark Ballard analyzes friction between Attorney General Jeff Landry and New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell.

Former WAFB anchorman George Sells, who graced the small screen from 1988 to 2012 as the top rated newsman in Baton Rouge, reflects on the Trump administration banning CNN’s Jim Acosta from news conferences and how the media have reacted to the action by the White House. Best-selling author Ellen Hopkins on her latest work, “People Kill People.” Hopkins addresses accessibility to guns in America in the aftermath of tragedies in the last month in Pennsylvania and California. Renowned historian Antony Beevor, the international number one bestselling author of “D-Day,” discusses the Battle of Arnhem, the deadliest airborne operation of World War II.

Suicide authority Dr. Frank Campbell discusses the increase in suicides by prominent

Unknown citizens of the U.S. Veteran anchorman George Sells comments on the final broadcast tonight from WAFB’s Donna Britt, his co-anchor for 24 years.

Dr. Adam Cox on his book, “Cracking the Boy Code, How to Understand and Talk with Boys”

Pictured: Dr. Frank Campbell 

  Veteran Anchorman George Sells, who was the top rated anchor at WAFB in Baton Rouge for 24 years, reflects on allegations of sexual misconduct against many prominent men. The latest revelations center of Charlie Rose, the award-winning journalism fired by both CBS and PBS amid charges of inappropriate actions with employees at the networks. Vincent Bugliosi, the famed prosecutor who wrote Helter Skelter, was a guest on August 8, 2014, the 45th anniversary of the deaths of Sharon Tate and six others at her Los Angeles home. Bugliosi died in June of 2015 at 81, and the man he prosecuted successfully, Charles Manson, died Sunday in a California prison at 83. We will hear from Bugliosi in an encore interview shortly before his death.

Veteran anchorman George Sells talks about his former co-anchor Donna Britt and her battle with ALS. Sells and Britt were an on-air team at WAFB from 1988 to 2012.

Former President and CEO of Capital City Alliance Kevin Serrin and Libertarian Attorney Mike Wolf join Jim in the studio to further debate yesterday's topic of the Fairness Ordinance. The ordinance, written up by EBR Council Member C. Denise Marcelle, will be voted on today.

Also, former WAFB Anchorman George Sells joins Jim in the studio to discuss the happenings in  Ukraine and its relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and the recent international terrorist attack on flight MH17.