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Growing Bolder

Passion for Living (#104)

Triathlete Hunter Kemper aims to make a difference in the lives of children. Jim Henson's Legacy. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: GROWING BOLDER targets people who believe, "it's not about age, it's about attitude. "The new lifestyle series finds and celebrates the men and women who smash stereotypes, promote lifelong learning and act as role models for active lifestyle and healthy aging. The co-hosts, veteran journalists Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer, bring a wealth of broadcast experience to GROWING BOLDER. In each episode, they introduce inspirational, optimistic and life-affirming segments about athletes, cancer survivors, musicians, actors, politicians, health experts, as well as ordinary people - all of whom share a common goal of growing bolder, not older.

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    Sandy Scott is thriving after a horrific wreck in a bike race. Seinfeld's J. Peterman Really Exists. [26 minutes]

  • Risk Takers (#102)

    The fastest-growing market for tattoos is baby boomers. A World War I Veteran's story is shared. [26 minutes]

  • Dreams Come True (#103)

    Otronicon is a cutting-edge convention and a video game paradise. Aqua farmers produce caviar. [26 minutes]

  • American Spirit (#105)

    A look at the roots of bluegrass and a record for kazoo playing in a Florida retirement community. [26 minutes]

  • Never Give Up (#106)

    Scot Weiss left a promising career in finance inventing a product and starting a company. [26 minutes]

  • Make A Difference (#107)

    Golf great Annika Sorenstam is teaming up with some passionate women to fight breast cancer. [26 minutes]

  • Second Acts (#108)

    Larry Roofner was a successful corporate executive who, and at age 52, reinvented himself. [26 minutes]

  • Run, Rock and Row (#109)

    A group of breast cancer survivors and advocates compete at the International Dragon Boat Festival. [26 minutes]

  • Get Rowdy (#110)

    Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines is now a passionate advocate for the future of swimming. [26 minutes]

  • Dream Chasers (#111)

    PGA pro Jay Golden might be the most creative man in golf. Artist Harold Garde is featured. [26 minutes]

  • Never Too Late (#112)

    Harmonica champion Michael Galloway is following his dream of being a star in the music business. [26 minutes]

  • Leading The Way (#113)

    Musician Roger McGuinn, beauty expert Oleda Baker, artist Harold Garde and skydiver Bill Booth. [26 minutes]

  • Discover Your Future (#201)

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  • Famous Footsteps (#202)

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  • Living In Harmony (#203)

    Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson's artwork is bright, cheerful and whimsical, like the artist herself. [26 minutes]

  • Unforgettable and Inspirational (#204)

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  • Mind Over Matter (#205)

    Jennifer Field performs a one-woman show that revolves around her severe brain injury 20 years ago. [26 minutes]

  • Quiet Confidence (#206)

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  • No Limits (#207)

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  • No Strings Attached (#210)

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  • Don't Stop Believing (#211)

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  • Making Memories (#212)

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  • Pursuit of Passion (#213)

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    Karen Putz lost her hearing while water skiing. Karen rediscovered her passion 25 years later. [26 minutes]

  • Better Together (#302)

    Susan Helmrich is one of the best swimmers in the world and a three-time cancer survivor. [26 minutes]

  • Still Having Fun (#303)

    Siphiwe Baleka helps long-haul truckers everywhere improve their health and quality of life. [26 minutes]

  • A Beautiful View (#304)

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  • Little Miracles (#305)

    At age 96, Mary Anne Cooper competed in the U.S. Masters Swimming National Championships. [26 minutes]

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    More and more Americans are taking a page from Paul Newman's book and starting a social enterprise. [26 minutes]

  • Find Your Fans (#307)

    Steve Smith discusses his television role as the inventive handyman on "The Red Green Show." [26 minutes]

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    The world's most prolific endurance swimmer, 53-year-old Martin Strel, once swam for 84 hours. [26 minutes]

  • On A Mission (#309)

    The Father of Juicing Jay Kordich and Growing Bolder Vice President Bill Shafer are featured. [26 minutes]

  • True Grit (#310)

    Meet a family living their dreams and helping others discover a new FUN way of exercising. [26 minutes]

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    After becoming one of the top songwriters around, Lawrence Holofcener became an actor on Broadway. [26 minutes]

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    Joe Johnston is a 67 year-old champion at track and field and the pole vault is his specialty. [26 minutes]

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