On this episode of the Growing Bolder Radio Show, a music icon shares intimate details of his amazing life story, and we meet a man who survived a real-life Castaway story. What do they have a common? A belief that age is irrelevant.
Neil Sedaka is music royalty and he believes he and his music can remain relevant for years to come. Neil describes "Laughter in the Rain," a new stage play about his extraordinary life, and in this interview, he reveals some of the most personal details from his legendary life and career.
And, just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip involving a 79-year-old man getting stranded on a deserted island. He set sail from the coast of Florida for the Bahamas in his new boat, but he never made it. McClow was marooned on a deserted island. He ran out of food, water, and he was nearly out of hope, but this story has a happy ending.
She wrote some of the most memorable scenes in "Seinfeld" history and now Carol Leifer is turning her razor-sharp humor on something we can all relate to -- aging. She discusses her new book, "When You Lie About Your Age The Terrorists Win," which embodies the Growing Bolder attitude.
Frank Attwood was one of those guys who seemed to have it all -- he just wasn’t happy. He was very successful in the business world but he couldn't shake that nagging feeling that something important was missing. He searched for something fulfilling and rewarding and found his answer in the greatest inventor this country has ever known. Growing Bolder takes you Inside the Story to show you how the Edison Effect changed a man's life forever.
Remember, the Growing Bolder Radio Show airs Saturdays at 3 p.m. and Sundays at 7 a.m. on Central Florida's NPR affiliate, 90.7 WMFE-FM. Tune in and turn it up!
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