The Not Old - Better Show
About This Show
Not Old – Better is a radio show that is broadcast over the Internet using podcast technology discussing the hottest issues and topics that fascinate and inform those 50+ Americans and are of interest and concern to boomers.
Not Old – Better viewers and listeners can “tune in” whenever they want, giving them the freedom to enjoy the show in the gym, in the car, at home or work.
A SHOW FOR THOSE 50+, BY THOSE 50+
Not Old – Better is produced one to two times a week, and each show is roughly 25 – 30 minutes long. The shows are hosted by Paul Vogelzang sharing opinions and experiences with the audience. Show topics discuss issues such as fitness, health, mindfulness, new products, technology, ideas, culture, film, music, literature and many other themes, matters and concerns for the 50+ audience.
The hallmark of the show are in-depth guest interviews with leaders in health, fitness, technology, politics and many others. The scope of the show is international so expect to hear many guests from around the world.
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Most Recent Episode
New Movie "Passengers" NASA Exoplanets PSA
2 days ago
New Movie "Passengers" NASA Exoplanets PSA NASA & Sony Collaborate for New Film 'Passengers' to Space Station, & PSA Two interesting bits of news today, coming from NASA, I thought you’d enjoy. The first, which is very cool, is that astronauts and other crewmembers on the International Space Station will get to watch the new science fiction movie, “Passengers,” while in orbit (you’re listening to some of the theme music from “Passengers” now). Sony Pictures Entertainment announced today that it is working with NASA to send a digital version of the film to the orbiting laboratory. The movie centers on a massive spaceship carrying a group of humans on a 120-year-long journey to a distant planet, where they will make a new home. To survive the long trip, the passengers are placed in a hibernation state, but two people (Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence) wake up 90 years too early and are forced to cope with their new fate. Of course, to help the International Space Station survive their long trip, Sony, generously has sent a digital version of “Passengers” up for their enjoyment. And, the other cool news from sony and NASA is that their as part of their collaboration, Pratt and Lawrence recorded a short video, PSA, discussing the real-world search for habitable exoplanets located elsewhere in the universe. And, let’s listen to a bit of that PSA from Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, what they have to say about their latest film, Passengers, what scientists believe about habitable planets, NASA’s exploration for “new homes,” and encouraging us to start our own stellar voyage by going to NASA.gov. Enjoy.