Steve Stover is grateful to be alive and he thinks his life was saved, in part, by rock and roll. Find out how he survived one of the most horrific concert accidents of all time and learned to live again, overcoming incredible obstacles.
She became an international sensation with her book “Eat Pray Love.” Now, Elizabeth Gilbert is teaching us all how to find the magic in our lives by living a life defined more by curiosity than fear.
Do you text and tweet and post and drive and check your email and do all this multitasking? Do you realize what it’s doing to your brain? Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin has the surprising answer.
Jazzercise founder Judi Sheppard Missett explains how she came up with an idea in 1969 that is still changing lives today. Forget the leg warmers — this isn’t your mother’s Jazzercise! See how Judi helped it evolve into a 21st century lifestyle that helps women across many generations get and stay healthy.
Glyn Johns has been there for the creation for some of the greatest albums in rock history. This famed sound engineer shares his memories.
At 90, beloved entertainer Dick Van Dyke offers his thoughts and tips on aging and reveals how he’s stayed active and vibrant. Plus, comedian George Carlin’s only child Kelly, an author and podcaster herself, reveals what it was like to grow up Carlin. And wait until you meet the 96-year-old track superstar.
Judith Simms-Cendan, M.D., loves to practice medicine, loves to teach and loves to serve. Her favorite classrooms are the streets and remote villages of impoverished countries around the world. She invites us along to the Dominican Republic to show how her students are changing and saving lives.
Dr. Bill Thomas is on a mission to smash the negative stereotypes of aging once and for all by taking his message on the road. He describes his wildly entertaining Age of Disruption tour and reveals how he’s changing the narrative around aging.
Gloria Struck is a 90-year-old motorcycle matriarch. She still rides her Harley to motorcycle rallies across the country and she has big plans for her 100th — riding her bike across the country!
Charles Eugster is a 96-year-old superman who is the greatest athlete in the world over the age of 90. He says you can discover your own Fountain of Youth at age any age. He didn’t find his until his mid-60s!