News, practical tips, information and humor for people embarked on living their second fifty years, will be available on “Never Too Late“, hosted and produced by vintage TV personality Dorothy Wilhelm which debuts at Comcast’s On Demand beginning in April. The target market is active adults who wouldn’t be caught dead watching a show for older adults.
“Hip Shot,” The first show which goes on the air on April 1, details information about the new anterior minimally invasive style surgery for hip replacement and features Dr. Robert Yancey, Gig Harbor Orthopedic Surgeon.
Second in the series, beginning May 1, just in time for Older Americans Month, will be “Living on a Shoestring” with guest host Bob Riler and highlights money saving tips. Riler, presents consumer awareness workshops throughout Pierce County. for the Aging and Disability Resource Center. The tips are easy to implement, such as the demonstrated fact that buying supermarket house brands can save money. On the show, the audience will actually see how the same items loaded into two separate cards, actually save the shopper $168. They will also see how freezing their credit cards can save them big money.
Future programs will highlight the Fear of Flying Clinic, Dennis James, world’s leading organist for silent movies, and inter generational art and artists. Each show is ten minutes long and will be available On Demand for the entire month.
The show will be available at Comcast On Demand, and for information and a preview can be seen at www.itsnevertoolate.com.