October 8-12 is a Week of Dynamic Programming for Viewers About Sex, Drugs,
Rock 'n Roll and Beyond!
COLUMBIA, Md., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Retirement Living TV (RLTV), the first network dedicated to people 55+ presents Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n Roll, October 8-12, a week of exciting programming that includes sneak peeks of some of the newest shows airing on the network.
Sex: 73% of older adults are sexually active.
What's On: Dr. Ruth Westheimer on Daily Cafe, hosted by former CNN anchors Felicia Taylor and Mary Alice Williams. "America's favorite sex therapist" will conduct her weekly call-in segment to answer the intimate questions of our viewers. Later in the week, a "best of" Dr. Ruth reel will debut chock full of her steamiest advice to date.
Also, senior sex and AIDS, two separate episodes with a strong connection on Healthline hosted by Kevin Soden, M.D.
Drugs: 72% of senior Americans thought marijuana should be legal for medicinal purposes.
What's On: Medical marijuana, a Viewpoint special hosted by RLTV's Lea Thompson with field reporter "Lifestyle Gerontologist" Alexis Abramson, Ph.D., will give an investigative report of the world of medicinal narcotics.
Rock 'n Roll: Senior adults are responsible for twice the music sales of any other age group.
What's On: A Tony Bennett interview on Daily Cafe, and a "Punk Rock Granny" JoDina and her band One Foot in the Grave rock the house on The Art of Living.
Retired & Wired is a fun, friendly show that brings the benefits of technology to the viewer's everyday life.
This sneak peek episode demystifies the upcoming transition to digital television and gives easy-to-understand tips to help viewers choose their next TV.
Healthline presents: Whole Body Health, a companion series to the
award- winning Healthline that explores complimentary and alternative
medicine (CAM). This sneak peek episode will focus on
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