Relationship therapist Katy
Byrne has produced dozens of television and radio programs
dedicated to the art of conversation as a path to individual
and world peace. Many guests have felt that Katy's style of
interviewing brings out their most profound and enjoyable
conversations. LISTEN to these
well-known authors speaking about their broadcast
experiences with Ms. Byrne:
Paul (MP3 - Radio)
(co-author of Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by
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Click below to watch video
clips of archived shows featuring some of the leading edge
thinkers Katy has engaged in dialogue.
Katy Byrne introducing her televised community event.
Returning Freedom and Power to the People was a forum
for gathering prominent thinkers to converse about the
lessons learned from the social and political movements of
Angela Alioto in Returning Freedom and Power to the People, an
event hosted by Katy Byrne. Daughter of former San
Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto, Angela is a political
powerhouse in her own right. She ran for Mayor of San
Francisco in 1995 and 2003 and has always been known for her
candid style. Tireless in her work as a member of the San
Francisco Board of Supervisors, Angela has become known for
her ability to bring people together. She said, "The biggest
problem in San Francisco is the polarization that exists."
Click now to watch this irrepressible mother and grandmother
as she recalls San Francisco during the turbulent 1960s.
as Larry Harvey, founder of the
Burning Man Festival, describes its creation on Katy Byrne's
television special, "Returning Freedom and Power to the
as comedian Paul Krassner gives
his insight on "What Happened to the 60's?" a Katy Byrne
Byrne—Selected Interviews Clip (16mb)
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WATCH an excerpt of this rollicking roundtable
discussion hosted by Katy in the early 1990s. Topics ranged
from how to find lasting happiness to identifying why
marriages so often fail.
Ram Dass with Katy at the Health and Harmony Festival in
Santa Rosa, California in 2003. Ram Dass is former
Harvard professor and Timothy Leary colleague Dr. Richard
Alpert, famous for bringing meditation and LSD
experimentation into the mainstream during the 1960s. His
book Be Here Now is a hippie classic, which introduced
thousands to the spiritual path. The interview is included
in the 2003 documentary, which Katy produced in Sonoma,
California, called What Ever Happened to the 1960s? In this
segment, you may notice Ram Dass’ speech is slowed, a
remnant of a stroke he suffered a few years ago.
Katy in a lively conversation with Judith Bell MFT and
Daniel Ellenberg PhD the authors of Lovers for Life:
Creating Lasting Passion, Trust and True Partnership.
Katy in a lively conversation a comfortable bookstore
setting with John Welwood, author.