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Baby boomers -- people born between 1946 and 1964 -- make up a significant portion of the American population, offering a large potential audience for "50PlusPrime," a newsmagazine that caters to that demographic. The weekly series tells stories of boomers who make a difference in their communities, in addition to reporting on other topics of interest to people who are part of the generation. Journalist Tony Fama serves as host of the show, which covers such topics as hobbies, lifestyles, nutrition, the environment and careers.

Latest episodes

aired 480 days ago
A baby boomer commits his life to animal rights and receives some big name Hollywood support; a baby boomer speeds into retirement.
aired 487 days ago
Hollywood legend Carl Reiner looks ahead to his next project.
aired 494 days ago
An underground treasure has ties to some of America's most influential celebrities.
aired 501 days ago
A baby boomer couple helps injured pets.
aired 508 days ago
Beginning new careers at 50 plus; an attorney has a unique approach to reinventing lives.
aired 515 days ago
The baby boomer love affair with classic American cars; a man honors his father's World War II service.
aired 522 days ago
Helping immigrants lead successful lives in America; a service animal enriches a woman's life.
aired 529 days ago
Baby boomers help U.S. combat veterans transition into society; helping those with disabilities overcome barriers.
aired 536 days ago
Intergenerational family businesses; baby boomers help children make good choices.
aired 543 days ago
Helping school children to lead healthy lives; baby boomer entertainers.
aired 550 days ago
How to accept loss; a baby boomer couple donates millions of dollars to find a cure for a disease that hits close to home.
aired 557 days ago
Baby boomers devote their lives to giving back to community.

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