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    Prime Time Radio is a one-hour weekly interview program with people who fascinate 50-plus America. The program also features Movies for Grownups and Prime Time Postscript.

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    Prime Time Focus is a daily one-minute fix of health, money and cultural topics of interest to 50-plus America.

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    Inside E Street is a nonpartisan program focused specifically on policies and issues affecting those 50-plus.
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    BookTalk

    Many of our listeners and viewers still like to read. Imagine that!  Discuss

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    If you love radio and TV, we're thinking you might like movies too. Discuss

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    Ask questions, discuss topics and learn more about the people and places featured on the show. Discuss

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    The Reinvention Group

    Ask questions, find support and share information about changing gears in your 50+ years. Discuss

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