Perhaps more than any other generation, we were inspired by the first moon landing. For a while, it seemed like it was only a matter of time before humanity would take over the stars. Then, things slowed down, our optimism dimmed and we learned to settle for practical goals. Perhaps this is why I am so excited that a private company, for the first time, has been given permission to go to the moon! Join as we discuss this story plus the latest on Tropical Storm Earl, an important message from the Emperor of Japan and a feel good story about an 86-year-old archery instructor. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat! And, please do me a quick favor and tell one other woman about Mornings with Sixty and Me today.
Well, I don’t know about you, but, I am having so much fun watching the Olympics. This year’s games don’t have the scale that we saw in Beijing or the surprises that we saw in London, but, they have something else – passion and energy. Join us as we discuss the first day of the Olympics, an important vote in Thailand, the latest on the South Africa local elections, the world’s longest yard sale and a feel good story about a stray dog called Gobi. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat! And, please do me a quick favor and tell one other woman about Mornings with Sixty and Me today.
With so much negativity in the world, it is wonderful to be able to celebrate something that brings the world together. The Olympics is just such an event! The games opened a few hours ago and, like many of you, I am looking forward to seeing the discipline, courage and talent of the world’s best athletes. Join us as we discuss this story, plus a threat to bees and butterflies, the latest on the situation in Syria and a story about the power of saying no. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat! And, please do me a quick favor and tell one other woman about Mornings with Sixty and Me today.
When I was younger, watching the Olympics was always a family event. I loved the look of wonder on my kids’ faces as they watched the athletes performing almost superhuman feats of strength and speed. Well, this year, there is another reason for kids to tune in to the games – karate, skateboarding, climbing and surfing have been added to the lineup! Join us as we discuss the Olympics, the latest on the knife attack in the UK, an article about the power of “yes” and a feel good story about Leonard the Garden Gnome. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat! And, please do me a quick favor and tell one other person about Mornings with Sixty and Me today.
The Olympics have always been a symbol of unity and hope. In a world tormented by war, terrorism and political chaos, the games are a shining example that we can come together as one world to celebrate excellence and support our teams peacefully. Join us as we discuss the arrival of the Olympic torch in Rio, a tragic knife attack in London, the latest on the situation in Syria, Meryl Streep’s latest project and a feel good story about sustainability. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat! And, please do me a quick favor and tell one other woman about Mornings with Sixty and Me today.
Like Helen Mirren, I believe that women today are living in exciting times. Of course, we still face important issues, but, on the whole, the good outweighs the bad. One area that I am especially excited about is the expansion of science and technology. In addition to covering today’s world news, I’d like to share three technology stories that have important implications for our community. Join us as we discuss a genetically engineered “living hip” that will remove pain, Virgin Galactic’s continued quest to make space travel accessible and the merger of two of the most important environmentally conscious companies on the planet. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat!
Most women my age are highly skeptical of anti-aging creams and potions. There’s a good reason for this… most of them simply don’t do anything! At the same time, most of us would like to have more energy and strength to explore the world. If scientists ever come up with a genuine process for reversing aging, we would find it hard to turn down. Join us as we discuss a study that claims to have found a hormone that may reverse aging in humans, a good news story about teaching kids kindness, the latest on Typhoon Nida, a Zika Warning in Miami and much more! Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat!
Now that the Democratic and Republican conventions are over, I want to take a break from U.S. politics and talk about a few things that we can all do to feel happier every day, according to science. Join us as we discuss this story plus the election of Tokyo’s first female governor, the path of Typhoon Nida, a few developments in the situation in Syria and a feel-good story about a group of college kids who moved into a nursing home. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat!
Well, just when you thought the U.S. presidential election couldn’t get more chaotic, Julian Assange, editor at WikiLeaks, has boasted that his organization is ready to release additional documents from the Hillary Clinton campaign. Join me as we discuss this story, a creative solution to creating more senior housing, the tragic hot air balloon crash in Texas, the confirmed end of Game of Thrones and much more! Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat!
The women in our community have strong opinions about going grey. Some women absolutely love their grey hair, while others, like me, continue to dye it blond, brown or even pink! Well, if you fall into the color camp, I have good news. According to scientists, we may have finally found the gene responsible for grey hair. This is a step towards reversing the process. Join me as we discuss this story, the first case of Zika transmitted in the U.S., a memorial for the priest who was killed in Normandy and a feel good story about a swimmer from Syria. Come join us for a cup of tea and a chat!