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Visits with older citizens who are following new careers after retirement.
A widow follows her secret dream; a Hiroshima survivor turns to social activism.
Elliot Lake, Ontario, draws retired people from across Canada, avoiding a ghost-town fate.
Profiled: Fran Somerville; Martin Lanahm.
Profiled: Tom Bishop; Pamela Appelt.
Profiled: Ginger Eisen; Eddie Gurinskas.
Profiled: Mary Wilson.
Profiled: Vickie Kerr; Masa Inokuchi.
Profiled: Marion Schwarz; Paul Orlando.
Profiled: Georgina Cooke; Karl Barnhart.
Profiled: former model Yanka Vanderkolk; former radio broadcaster Bill MacNeil.
Profiled: Anglican priest Ben Lockridge, who pilots gliders; Anne Reisler, who began composing music after her 58th birthday.
Profiled: architect Jamie Pearson; novelist Ellen Stafford, who published her first book at age 79.
Profiled: Joan Tadman, who took up drag racing after having a brain aneurysm; Murray Dryden, whose charity distributes bedrolls to underprivileged kids.
Profiled: Cliff Moss, who raises funds for good causes; Susan Charness, a disabled woman who runs a talent agency for the disabled. Also: a weekend yoga retreat.
Profiled: Katherine Cook, the first lay woman in Canada licensed to perform marriages; former photographer Bob Warren, who now designs yachts.
Another talk with sex counsellor Sue Johanson. Also: a developer who is returning to his hippie roots.
Sex counsellor Sue Johanson is interviewed. Also: “granny flat” options for aging parents; charter-boat operator Bob Jolly.
Former jazz and blues singer Almeta Speaks; hockey enthusiast Pat Flick, who works with disabled boys; journalist Bette Laderoute, who lives on an isolated farm.
Don Hildebrand and the Super Senior Network; Nancy Pocock, who assists refugees arriving in Canada.
Featured: Jackie Rae and the Spitfire Band; a Toronto woman who works with a volunteer organization. Also: tai chi as a source of pain relief.
A former real-estate agent buys a corner store; a former television producer starts a bookstore in a small town. Also: the Crystal Classics of Oakville, a group of over-40 precision skaters.
Two 50-year-old women learn to row; a group learns to canoe in the wilderness.
Profiled: a 50-year-old car racer; a group of Vancouver women who graduated from a “Large as Life” program.
Featured: a former singer with the Modernaires; ballet dancer Angela Leigh; retirees who teach sailing.
Featured: mall walking; Dixieland music; losing a job at age 50.
Touring the national conference of the Raging Grannies in Vancouver. Also: an interview with artist Robert Bateman. Host: Jan Tennant.
Guests include wildlife painter Robert Bateman and Famous People Players' designer Mary Thornton. Host: Jan Tennant.
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