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Archive for October 2012

30
Oct

Upcoming Guests on Radio 4 the Ages…

Hello campers! Please keep in mind that during college football season, if Clemson has a noon game, we will not be on WRHI, as they carry a three hour pre-game show.

I wanted to give you a brief update on our upcoming shows/guests for  November.

Saturday November 3rd: Carol Howell of Senior Life Journeys, and possibly TR Sanford of the TR Sanford Law Firm

Saturday November 10thPeter and Sue Fullerton – TruckofLove.org – Peter has an interesting past as a member of a fabulous musical group from the ’60′s – don’t miss it!

Saturday November 17th: Lynda Kuehni and Bill Sweezy of All About Seniors Resource Magazine,  AND  Debi Lee of the Centralina Area Agency on Aging

 

Thanks so much for being part of our growing family here at Radio 4 the Ages! We appreciate all of the support: from our listeners, our callers, our financial partners, and all those of all ages who love and care for our aging loved ones!

-david

 

27
Oct
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Show #56: Senior Driving

Show #56: Senior Driving

In our second show from the new studio in Rock Hill, SC we are joined by Maurice Barnes of My Family’s Home Care.  We talk a bit about the issue of seniors, driving, and some of the challenges of transportation as we age. We also hear some personal stories of family members who have voluntarily given their licenses up for various reasons.  Maurice Barnes tells about some of the many services his company, My Family’s Home Care, offers to clients.  Tune in to learn more!

Resources

  • My Family’s Home Care

http://myfamilyshomecare.com/

704-944-3504

  • AARP Driver Safety Information

http://www.aarp.org/home-garden/transportation/info-05-2010/why-take-a-driver-safety-course.html

20
Oct

We’ll be back on October 27th!

If you’ve come here to listen to Radio 4 the Ages…thanks!  However, the agreement with our new broadcast partners, WRHI in Rock Hill, South Carolina, includes a condition to pre-empt our show whenever Clemson University has a noon football game, as is the case today. Their contract stipulates that they air a three hour pre-game show, which necessitates a 9 a.m. air time.

So, we appreciate your loyalty to the show, and we apologize for any inconvenience. And we hope that you’ll… Tune In, Call In, and Get Involved… with Radio 4 the Ages again next Saturday, right here, from 10am to Noon!

-david

13
Oct
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Show #55: Hello WRHI

Show #55: Hello WRHI

This is our first show from the WRHI studios in Rock Hill, SC.  David tells us about his recent visit to Syracuse, NY where he saw the Dalai Lama at the One World Concert.  We talk about the history of Radio 4 the Ages, who we are, what our mission is, and why we choose to bring you best programming for senior adults and their loved ones.  We take several phone calls from new listeners and continued supports alike.  The team at Radio 4 the Ages felt so welcomed at our new studio and look forward to brining you many more years of great programming.  Tune in, Call in, and get involved!

Resources

  • NC Seniors` Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)

http://www.ncdoi.com/SHIIP/Default.aspx

  • SC Medicare Information

http://aging.sc.gov/seniors/medicare/Pages/index.aspx

 

6
Oct

Radio 4 the Ages is moving..to WRHI in Rock Hill, SC!

Hi, this is David Gwilt with some exciting news about Radio 4 the Ages! We’re moving our program to a new station, day, and time starting Saturday October 13th! We will be live from 10 a.m. to noon on AM 1340 and FM 94.3 in upstate South Carolina, south Charlotte,  NC, and around the globe, at radio4theages.com, and also at WRHI.com.

We will still be bringing you two hours of enlightened talk show, with relevant information and interesting guests to inform and entertain you on issues important to our senior adults and those of all ages who love and care for them.  Our show is live, so we invite you to call us with your questions and comments, and with suggestions for future show topics. And if you’d like to be a guest on the show,  or if you have a wonderful story to tell, then by all means, call us!

All of our previous shows (a year’s worth) are stored on our web site, radio4theages.com for your listening pleasure.

So from me, David Gwilt, and from my two co-hosts, Matt Weeden and Heather Hammond, we invite you to tune in…call in… and get involved.  -thnx