TV classics, luxurious vacations, aging gracefully, golden age of photojournalism, fame in a name!
May 15, 2015•53 min
The Classics! - From I love Lucy to All in the Family to Modern Family, sitcoms have been entertaining us in our homes and making us laugh for over 60 years. In his new book Sitcom,television and film critic Saul Austerlitz highlights many beloved TV classics, showing how these weekly 30-minute programs have evolved to become a treasured American art form. The Most Luxurious Vacations - For the last decade, Mary Murrin lived and worked in Europe as a Cruise Director on the most luxurious riverboats afloat - traveling the Rhine, Danube, Moselle, and Seine Rivers. Mary is now the Business Development Manager for River and Small Ship Cruising for Tauck Tours and shares some tips for making the most out of cruising European rivers. Aging Gracefully - Joan Pagano is a fitness expert who has trained the likes of Jackie Onassis and Caroline Kennedy. Joan is a noted authority on the benefits of exercise for women's health and the author of Strength Training: Exercises for Women. She joins us in our studios and offers tips on how to take a proactive approach to aging. The Golden Age of Photojournalism - During the 1960's and 1970's, John Launois catapulted to the top of his profession, becoming one of the most prolific and sought after photojournalists of the period. John passed away in 2002 after having photographed some of the most iconic images of his time, and his son, Chris Launois, recently finished his father's memoir titled L'Americain. What's in a Name? - Who ever thought fame could be in a name? Our next guest is living proof that this actually can happen! One of the now infamous Ronald McDonalds, who - when he's not appearing on Taco Bell commercials - is actually a husband, dad, professional Financial Advisor, and all around great guy. And he even lives in Kathy's hometown! You won't want to miss a minute - join the conversation!