The Hidden Epidemic of Sibling Abuse
Friday, July 26
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Nancy Kilgore. She will share her story of girlhood triumph over extreme bullying and torture at the hands of her sister. She shines a courageous light on the hidden epidemic of sibling abuse. Each year, 19 million children are abused by their siblings and well over 80 million adults have suffered this type of abuse.
To Hear the Upcoming Interview, Click on This: Beyond 50
*Subject to change. To join in the conversation during the live broadcast, call (724) 444-7444. When asked for the Talk Show ID, dial 59781#. And for the last code, press 1#. If you happen to miss any of our past interviews, you can hear them from our listings: archive 1 and archive 2.
The Art of Stone Skipping
Other Fun Old-Time GamesFor Beyond 50's "History" talks, listen to an interview with Jayne Jaudon Ferrer. She'll talk about the many timeless, traditional games that required no batteries and very little equipment. She encourages you to turn off the computer, get up off the couch and start playing the old-fashioned way! There's Dodgeball, One Old Cat (a ball game similar to baseball, but with only one base), Twenty Questions, Juggling, Dots and Boxes, Dumb Crambo (which is similar to Charades, but has a rhyming twist), Rummy, War, Yo-Yo tricks, Highway Scavenger Hunt and much more.
To Hear the Past Interview, Click on This: Episode 327
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Bobbi Warren. Trained in Reflexology by a teacher who has learned directly from the founder, Eunice Ingham, she offers a unique perspective and information about the more traditional healing method of relieving tension and treating illness by massaging reflex points on the extremities of the body that was originally practiced back in the 1930's.
To Hear the Past Interview, Click on This: Episode 447
PG-50+ Movie ReviewsBeyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soat; and champion human rights.
Springsteen and IThis documentary is like a love letter between Bruce Springsteen and his many fans. He's still going strong at 63, exuding passion, joy, hope and heart in his performances. You'll enjoy the great concert footage and personal video clips contributed by various fans on what their musical hero means to them. (Available in select theatres; Genre: Documentary, Musical & Performing; Running Time: 1 hr., 45 min.)
A psychological thriller on killer whales in captivity. The documentary raises the question of whether it's ethical to separate baby orcas from their mothers in the wild, penn them in to experience sensory depravation, immobilization and torture, then withold food as punishment to force them to perform "tricks" for the entertainment of paying audiences. As a fact, orcas have never been known to hurt humans or seriously hurt other orcas in the wild. Why then did Tilikum, a 32-year-old bull orca kill three people? The truth told in the film is shocking. (Available in select theatres: Genre: Documentary, Special Interest; Running Time: 1 hr., 20 min.)
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me
This documentary is an eloquent tribute to Big Star, one of the most beloved and influential American cult bands of all time in the 1970s. Many music critics raved about their music, which would be recognized today as indie pop rock. Despite inspiring countless acts like R.E.M. and Flaming Lips, Big Star became one of the biggest bands that never made it. When their dreams of overnight stardom failed, they called it quits in 1974. (Available in select theatres; Genre: Documentary; Running Time: 1 hr., 40 min.)