Jazzercise founder Judi Sheppard Missett explains how she came up with an idea in 1969 that is still changing lives today. Plus, neuroscientist Daniel Levitin, author Elizabeth Gilbert and sound engineer Glyn Johns.
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. Plus, motorcycle matriarch Gloria Struck, makeup artist Paige Padgett and fitness guru Charles Eugster.
Former Olympian JoJo Starbuck explains why ice skating could be your perfect way to get active, even if you’ve never skated before. Plus, renewable energy advocate Lee Bristol, soul singer Sam Moore and author Gail Sheehy.
America first fell in love with Valerie Bertinelli when she starred as the girl-next-door on “One Day at a Time.” Now in her 50s, there are even more reasons to love her. Plus, scientist Dr. Annette Khaled, motivational speaker Doug Dvorak and personal trainer Lisa Lynn.
You fell in love with her when she played the perky Shirley Feeney on “Laverne & Shirley,” but when you get to know the real Cindy Williams, you’ll love her even more. Plus, singer Herb Gross, writer Kelly Carlin and actress Kathy Garver.
What can we learn from one of the most beloved stars in history? Just keep moving! The great Dick Van Dyke talks love, life, the joy of physical activity and creativity as he prepares to celebrate his 90th birthday. Plus, we speak with rapid recovery expert Russ Scala, multimillionaire Randy Gage and multisport athlete Celeste Callahan.
Beverly D’Angelo is one of the most fascinating women in Hollywood. Now in her 60s, she describes what it’s like to have teenagers and why creativity, not success, has always been the driving force in her life. Plus, Billy Bob Thornton, Helen Von Dolteren-Fournier and Dennis Branham.
Linda Gray gave life to Sue Ellen Ewing, one of TV’s most iconic characters, and in the process, helped the world discuss a once-taboo topic — alcoholism. Plus, Gregory Anne Cox, Dr. Andrew Payer and Malcolm Law.
For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. Plus, artist Gregory Kloehn, Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski and actress Anne Archer.
Phil Taylor’s personal experience with the tragic loss of a childhood friend that truly sparked a life-changing passion. Plus, Linda Evans, Pat Travers and Kathy Lennon.