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60 minutes of music, memories and more...hosted by author, humorist, Grammy nominated songwriter and top rated, award winning on air personality .....scott edward phelps...
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Kickass Boomers is THE PLACE to find inspiration and motivation for boomers from 55-100 to help them live a "Life Inspired". Terry interviews boomers who Refuse to Age and are living a life of purpose and passion into their 60's, 70's, and beyond. Subscribe now for your weekly dose of inspiration.
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Take Back Retirement

Stephanie McCullough & Kevin Gaines

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You’re a woman on the cusp of “retirement” naturally feeling some anxiety. We are two financial planners who take this subject seriously (but ourselves less so). We will help you feel more confident about your choices by cutting through the myths and mysteries. Through conversations and interviews with both subject-experts and women who have gone through what you are approaching, you will have the correct information and motivation to be in control of your future.
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TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television brings you lively conversations every week with the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
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For fellow baby boomers, who are sick and tired of being sick and tired; who suffer from stress, the blues, aches and pains, or memory issues, who want to improve their energy levels, memory and focus, reduce their aches and pains and increase happiness in their lives.
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This podcast is for Experts, Professionals, Small Business Owners and Baby Boomers who want to learn "If You Change your Mindset.. You Change Your Results" In Growing your Sales, Business and Yourself. Learn to "How To Monetize their Knowledge" and "Learn to Rethink The Sales Funnel" I will give you actionable tips to increase your success in business and in your life.
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"Living Fully with Dr. Kathy McCoy" is for Baby Boomers and Generation Xers who are seeking to balance their busy lives, enhance their relationships and understand their feelings. In these weekly podcasts, psychotherapist Dr. Kathy McCoy discusses issues such as how to improve relationships with adult children, deal with depression, anxiety and "emotional clutter", how to make marriage work in retirement, come to terms with troubling feelings about aging parents and the aging process itself.
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Ann talks to those who are getting Retirement Ready and the topics range from:- setting up income streams for retirement, advice from experts, what people are getting up to in retirement, volunteering, where they are relocating to, health and happiness topics
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Looking for a FUN adventure for your next vacation? Active Travel Adventures curates multi-day world wide adventure travel holidays for reasonably fit folks who love to hike, bike, paddle or otherwise stay active for a more immersive experience when they vacation and explore our planet and its people. These are all adventures that YOU can do, especially if you train (I'm 64, so if I can do it, so can YOU!). It's easy to find the right adventure for you: We cover mild adventures like cycling ...
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Second Act Career Coaching where Recruiter and Career Coach Tim Hansen shares Tips & Advice for people seeking out new work and income opportunities in their Second Half who find themselves frustrated when continually encountering the following phrases, 'I'm overqualified', 'I rarely hear back from companies when I apply online', 'My interview went great but after they asked about my salary expectations I never heard back from them again' then you've come to the right place. At SecondActCare ...
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Repurpose Your Career podcast brought to you by Career Pivot is a podcast for those of us in the 2nd half of life to come together to discuss how repurpose our careers for the 21st century. Come listen to career experts give you proven strategies, listen to people like you tell their stories on how they repurposed their careers and finally get your questions answered. Your host, Marc Miller, has made six career pivots over the last 30 years. He understands this is not about jumping out of th ...
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The Boomer Business Owner with Charlie Poznek: Lifestyle Entrepreneurs | Online Business | Coaching

THE Podcast for Young Baby Boomers, Old Souls, and New Entrepreneurs. Interviews with lifestyle business owners, top entrepreneurs, and successful business and life coaches.

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Exclusive interviews with lifestyle business owners, top entrepreneurs, and some of the most successful business and life coaches working today. Eavesdrop as online business experts reveal the secrets of internet marketing and starting a lifestyle business. Learn how to make passive income online, and get the tools you need to finally make that career change you've been dreaming about. Charlie Poznek helps you connect with the entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and resources you need to finally ma ...
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Host Dr. Andrea Wilkinson has a PhD in Psychology, with a specialization in Cognitive Aging. She has been studying brain fitness and cognitive maintenance for over 15 years. The BrainShape Podcast discusses the hottest issues, topics, interests and concerns related to healthy aging and brain health for aging adults, older adults, seniors and baby boomers who want to learn about how to stay mentally and physically engaged for as long as possible. What are the tips and techniques that promote ...
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It’s Katz World Official!

It’s Katz World Official!

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A little bit of everything happens here! Whether it’s a story time about something that happened or talking about the latest things heck even Join me while I read! You can hear it for fun or maybe you’re a parent wanting a few moments to yourself to eat that chocolate without the kids knowing! Maybe you’re Going for a drive and don’t want your kid(s) on electronics pop this on and let them hear a good ole Story! Put on my podcast and let me read to you while you enjoy the peaceful minutes al ...
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Seasoned Traveler Insights with Mollie of Stay In Good Company Kit was interviewed by host, Mollie, on the popular travel podcast, Stay In Good Company. In this episode, we share the entire episode, which also features Mollie's other well traveled guest's insights about travel, including slow travel and some of the fun and unusual lodging they've e…
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“Human beings going into retirement will find every excuse to not spend their money” - Dan Haylett Our hosts Stephanie McCullough and Kevin Gaines sit down with financial advisor Dan Haylett. As the host of the “Humans Vs Retirement” podcast, Dan tells us how he inspires retirees to grab life by the horns and experience true wealth in their later y…
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TVC 647.1: Ed welcomes back sixties movie historian Tom Lisanti (Talking Sixties Drive-In Movies, Dueling Harlows: The Race to Bring the Actress’s Life to the Silver Screen, Trippin’ with Terry Southern: What I Think I Remember, Ryan’s Hope: An Oral History of Daytime’s Groundbreaking Soap). Tom’s latest book, Carol Lynley: Her Film & TV Career in …
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TVC 647.2: Sixties movie historian Tom Lisanti (Carol Lynley: Her Film & TV Career in Thrillers, Fantasy and Suspense, Ryan’s Hope: An Oral History of Daytime’s Groundbreaking Soap) talks to Ed about how Carol Lynley always brought a depth to her characters that resonated with audiences; how Lynley did a lot of her own stunt work in The Poseidon Ad…
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TVC 647.5: Part 2 of a conversation that began last week with Johnny Whitaker, the actor known around the world as Jody Davis on Family Affair, Johnny Stuart on Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, and Tom Sawyer in Disney’s musical adaptation of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1973).Topics this segment include the role that John’s family played in helping …
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TVC 647.6: Johnny Whitaker talks to Ed about his recent visit to the Mark Twain Cave Complex in Hannibal, Missouri, and how he was given the honor of being among the few people allowed to leave their mark in the caves; how thrilling it was to work with Elizabeth Montgomery on Bewitched; and the story of how Eva Gabor wanted to “adopt” John followin…
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TVC 647.7: Susan Silver, one of the first female television comedy writers and the author of Hot Pants in Hollywood: Sex, Secrets, and Sitcoms, brings her popular series of three-minute reviews and commentaries, Susan Says, to TV Confidential. This week: Susan shares a few thoughts on her relationship with her mom during this Mother’s Day weekend. …
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TVC 646.4: Ed welcomes Johnny Whitaker, the actor known around the world as Jody Davis on Family Affair, Johnny Stuart on Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, and Tom Sawyer in the classic Disney musical adaptation of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1973). Sigmund and the Sea Monsters is among the many classic shows from Sid and Marty Krofft th…
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TVC 646.5: Part 2 of a conversation that began last week with five-time Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and cultural critic John Barbour (Real People) and Carol Hoenig, the collaborator on John’s memoir, Your Mother’s Not a Virgin. Carol’s latest book, The Greatest Reviews I’ve Ever Read, is a collection of some of John’s many film reviews for…
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TVC 646.6: Five-time Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and cultural critic John Barbour (Real People, Your Mother’s Not a Virgin) recalls the circumstances that led to Bob Hope’s appearance on John’s talk show John Barbour’s Half-Hour in December 1972, including the touching story of how Hope came to the studio that day by himself and applied hi…
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Jean describing her book of poetry “Sandprints At Ebbtide” I hope the readers of “Sandprints at Ebbtide” will find these poems, songs and Scripture passages a source of faith and inspiration in confronting the painful life lessons of aging, loss, perceived failures and even death, both for themselves and those they love. Faith guides us to a place …
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Trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal : An Adventure For Regular Hikers (who train!) Looking for a superb challenge, surrounded by majestic beauty and a unique culture? Consider trekking to Everest Base Camp(EBC)! You hike on the same path as the folks who are attempting to climb Mount Everest, ending at EBC, the last village before their final climb.…
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"Dad, you trusted me with everything. I'm trusting you with the truth.” -Nancy May Our hosts Stephanie McCullough and Kevin Gaines sit down with Nancy May, who drops some real truth bombs relating to eldercare and supporting aging parents and relatives. Nancy’s personal journey sheds light on the complexities and sacrifices involved in this critica…
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TVC 645.1: Ed welcomes Tony Award-winning actress, director, and novelist Dinah Manoff (I Ought to Be in Pictures, Grease, Soap, Ordinary People, Empty Nest). Dinah’s new novel, The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold, gives readers a fast-paced, authentic look at life behind the red carpet while also asking the eternal question, “Does fame re…
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TVC 645.3: From April 2012: Tony, Donna, and Ed look back at how television covered the riots that broke out in Los Angeles on Apr. 29, 1992. Because Tony and Donna did not live far from the flashpoint of the riots (the intersection of Florence and Normandy in Los Angeles), they had a first-hand view of the chaos that broke out, as it happened. Wan…
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TVC 645.3: From April 2012: Tony, Donna, and Ed discuss how TV news in Los Angeles has never been the same since coverage of the riots that broke out in Los Angeles on Apr. 29, 1992. Topics this segment include Rodney King’s famous “Can we all get along?” speech, calling for peace; why then-L.A. mayor Tom Bradley insisted that KNBC Channel 4, the N…
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TVC 645.4: Tony Award-winning actress, director, and novelist Dinah Manoff chats with Ed about being directed by Robert Redford in the Oscar-winning movie Ordinary People (and how she dramatized some of that experience in her novel, The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold); how Dinah herself became a director while starring in Empty Nest; and …
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TVC 645.5: Ed welcomes back five-time Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, talk show host, and cultural critic John Barbour (Real People) and Carol Hoenig, the collaborator on John’s memoir, Your Mother’s Not a Virgin. Carol’s latest book, The Greatest Reviews I’ve Ever Read, is a collection of some of John’s many film reviews for Los Angeles magaz…
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TVC 654.6: Five-time Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and cultural critic John Barbour (Real People) and Carol Hoenig, the collaborator on John’s memoir, Your Mother’s Not a Virgin talk to Ed about how John was the first critic to review movies on TV news, paving the way for Siskel and Ebert and many, many film critics on television; why John b…
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TVC 644.2: Greg Ehrbar discusses the Kino Lorber Blu-ray release of A Fish in the Bathtub (1998), an offbeat comedy starring Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Phyllis Newman, Bob Dishy, and Judy Graubart that also marks one of the few times that Stiller and Meara performed together on film (other than their series of commercials for Blue Nun wines). Want …
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TVC 644.2a: Greg Ehrbar discusses the Kino Lorber Blu-ray release of Alice in Wonderland (1933), the first sound-movie adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, featuring an all-star cast that includes Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, W.C. Fields, Edward Everett Horton, Charles Ruggles, Charlotte Henry, S…
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TVC 644.3: Greg Ehrbar reviews the Shirley Temple Storybook Collection, a six-DVD set featuring some of the best episodes of her popular Sunday night series, Shirley Temple’s Storybook (NBC, 1958-1959, 1960-1961). The DVD collection includes adaptations of such beloved children’s classics as The Little Mermaid, Winnie the Pooh, Babes in Toyland, Pi…
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TVC 644.4: Ed welcomes game show legend, radio host, actor, and novelist Jim MacKrell (Celebrity Sweepstakes, The Game Game, Run Maggie Run, Falen: Semper Fi, Down from the Mountain, Last Call with Jim MacKrell). Topics this segment includes Jim’s early career in radio (including being an on-air personality at KXOL/Fort Worth, Texas at the birth of…
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TVC 644.5: Game show legend and novelist Jim MacKrell talks to Ed about some of the people in the music industry whom he met when he worked for Henry Mancini, including Gordon Jenkins, Lou Rawls, Joe Saraceno, and Anita Kerr; why legendary Los Angeles Times sports columnist Jim Murray was the print equivalent to broadcast legend Vin Scully, in that…
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TVC 644.6: Game show legend and novelist Jim MacKrell talks to Ed about what makes the dog characters in his novels Down from the Mountain, Falen: Semper Fi, and Run Maggie Run such unusual protagonists. All three of Jim’s novels are available at Amazon.com and JMacKrell.com. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with Ad…
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TVC 644.6a: Greg Ehrbar discusses the Kino Lorber Blu-ray release of The Daydreamer (1966), a feature-length live-action and Animagic-animated adaptation of some of the most famous fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen that was produced by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass, and which featured the talents of Hayley Mills, Tallulah Bankhead, Jack Guil…
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Guided Costa Rica Camino with Homestays and Daily Luggage Transfer PART II: Join us as we continue our 175 mile/280 km Costa Rica Camino where, over 16 days, you walk from the Caribbean to the Pacific Ocean, across the entire country (indeed the continent and over the continental divide!). You'll experience an array of ecosystems and see wildlife a…
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“Every single thing in my life that has ever terrorized me and terrified me, and I avoided like nobody's business, when I finally either had no place else to run, or I chose to turn around and face it, it has never been as bad as I thought it would be. It has never been as shameful as continuing to avoid.” Our hosts Stephanie McCullough of Sofia Fi…
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We continue our celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of The Rockford Files on television by bringing you an encore presentation of our August 2012 conversation with Emmy-nominated writer/producer Juanita Bartlett, one of the driving forces behind the success of The Rockford Files. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered…
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From August 2012: Emmy-nominated writer/producer Juanita Bartlett (The Rockford Files, The Greatest American Hero, Spenser: For Hire) discusses her career in television, including her collaborations with Frank Pierson, Stephen J. Cannell and James Garner. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle…
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Connect with Janine Bolin https://the8gates.com/open-friday-coffee/ I started this OPEN Friday Coffee as a call-back to my days as a College Professor where I had OPEN OFFICE HOURS for my students. Since my online university now has 638 students enrolled in over 93 courses, I’ve taken to offering them an opportunity to join me for live Q&A. Matchma…
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Guided Costa Rica Camino with Homestays and Daily Luggage Transfer PART I: Join us as we discuss the new 175 mile/280 km Costa Rica Camino where, over 16 days, you walk from the Caribbean to the Pacific Ocean, across the entire country (indeed the continent and over the continental divide!). You'll experience an array of ecosystems and see wildlife…
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TVC 643.4: Ed welcome actress, producer, and novelist Nicole Arlyn. Nicole currently stars as a retired killer in the Tarantinoesque action thriller Til Death Do Us Part, which is available now for viewing on demand on many streaming platforms. She has also written twenty-six novels, including the popular youth fantasy novel series The Sugarspear C…
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TVC 643.5: Ed welcomes back singer, actress, and producer Roslyn Kind. Earlier this year, Roslyn realized one of her dreams by combining two classic hits, “The Look of Love” and “The Island,” into a brand new medley that not only celebrates love in all its forms, but reinforces the belief that all of us can find love, no matter what our age. Roslyn…
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TVC 643.6: Singer/actress Roslyn Kind talks to Ed about how her "mission statement" as an artist is to perform songs that make people feel good and bring people's hearts together. Roslyn’s new medley, “The Look of Love/The Island,” is available now both as a digital single and as a six-minute video. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidenti…
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“It's not a line that you are either academic or creative, or you are either scientific or creative, or you are either mathematical…They're not separate.” -Claire Waite Brown Ever felt like your creative spark got lost in the shuffle of life? Our hosts Stephanie McCullough of Sofia Financial and Kevin Gaines of American Financial Management Group s…
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TVC 642.3: Ed welcomes Julie Rogers Pomilia, the youngest daughter of Tom Fox (the only biological son of Dale Evans by her first marriage), and the granddaughter of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, the Royal Western Couple of American pop culture, and the “Brad and Angelina” of their era. Julie’s book, Your Heroes, My Grandparents: A Granddaughter’s Lov…
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TVC 642.4: Julie Rogers Pomilia, author of Your Heroes, My Grandparents: A Granddaughter’s Love, the first book ever written by a Roy Rogers and Dale Evans family member, talks to Ed about the enduring legacy of “Happy Trails,” Roy and Dale’s theme song (which Dale wrote); the Roy Rogers restaurant chain; and how Dale’s decision to raise Julie’s fa…
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TVC 642.5: Ed welcomes Emmy nominated writer Shelley Herman. Shelley’s memoir, My Peacock Tale : Secrets Of An NBC Page, is a funny, provocative, and often poignant look at her two-year career as a page at NBC Burbank in the mid 1970s, where she not only had VIP access every day to just about every major NBC personality at the time, but sometimes h…
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TVC 642.6: Emmy nominated writer Shelley Herman talks to Ed about meeting singer Harry Chapin backstage at The Tonight Show, one night after seeing him perform live at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles; the time when she was a “life line” to Adam West when he appeared in a “celebrity week” version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire; and some of the cr…
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Connect with Neil Offen Still Funny After All These Years. Neil Offen has been a humor columnist for four decades and in two countries. He’s also a card-carrying member of the baby boomer generation. And now he’s making affectionate and hilarious fun of his generation’s attempts to keep up, seem younger and maybe still be around for the launch of t…
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