Grand Slam! / The T / Mr. Adequate / The Google Gamble / Measuring Happiness
September 14, 2015•54 min
Segment 1: Pam Shriver/tennis Segment 2: Dr. Damon Raskin/male menopause Segment 3: Susan Silver/comedy writer Segment 4: Tim Levy/Google Segment 5: Joshua Gottlieb/happiest places
At the age of 16, Pam Shriver shot onto the national tennis stage. The year was 1978. She reached the finals of the U.S. Open as an amateur. Pam soared to become one of the top women's tennis players in the world, and in 2002, she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Pam has also been a member of the ESPN "family" for nearly 25 years, covering all four Grand Slam events. Pam Shriver talks about her amazing career, family, and the tennis stars on the horizon.
Move over menopausal women. It turns out, some men also experience something similar, and it can be equally unpleasant! Damon Raskin, an internist and medical director of Ageless Men's Health, has some answers about "andropause" - commonly known as male menopause.
Besides being hysterically funny, these hit TV shows -
The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Maude, The Bob Newhart Show, and Laugh In - all had one thing in common - Susan Silver! As a comedy writer, casting director, and uber BoomerBabe, Susan Silver joins us to discuss her career, The Search for Mr. Adequate and the greatest joys in her life.
The Google Gamble
In today's high tech world, businesses are constantly searching for ways to maximize their online presence, market their products and services, and expand their client base. Tim Levy, author of The Google Gamble, consults with small and large companies worldwide to help them clarify their corporate goals and boost their online presence.
Can you actually measure an emotion - like happiness? Some economists say you can. They've compiled data on the happiest and least happy places in the United States. So which cities made the cut? Professor Joshua Gottlieb, from the University of British Columbia, joins us to share the lists!