AARP Presents Movies For Grownups

Tonight at 8pm ET

Get an inside look at the films you love with AARP Entertainment editor Bill Newcott.

RLTV's Heart Healthy Recipes

This month we’re dishing out recipes that are perfect for a light meal or a romantic dinner.

Who's Cooking with Florence Henderson Marathon

Saturday Starting 7pm ET

Spend tonight with Florence Henderson and friends. Learn how to make classic dishes healthier. It's part of RLTV's All Heart Marathon.

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RLTV ALL Heart Marathon

This February RLTV is All Heart with shows to make you healthy and happy. From finding the right diet to achieving the perfect workout we've got the inspiration and experience to help you.

RLTV News

THE FINAL SEASON OF THE ADVENTURE TRAVEL SERIES ‘STANLEY ON THE GO’ STARTS TUESDAY

RLTV, the only cable network and online destination for Generation 50+, premieres the final season of Stanley On The Go on Tuesday, January 26 at 10:00PM ET. Stanley On The Go is a half-hour show hosted by the irrepressible Stanley Siegel who personally redefines what it means to travel when you are ‘of a certain age.’ Stanley’s adventures don’t include bingo or shuffleboard. All 14 episodes are filled with once-in-a-lifetime experiences from swimming with sharks in Tahiti to taking a victory lap around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

RLTV IS ‘ALL HEART’ THIS FEBRUARY

RLTV is “All Heart” this February to celebrate American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day with programming dedicated to heart health and relationships for Generation 50+.
The first week of February, RLTV will feature heart healthy episodes from series such as Growing Bolder, Who’s Cooking with Florence Henderson, and Whole Body Health. Throughout the week, there will be stories that will warm your heart, advice on keeping heart healthy, and delicious recipes good for your heart.

Articles and Blogs

How Dancing Lifted Me Out of Depression

The movement flows from shoulder to elbow, to wrist and hand, our raised arms propelling us like mythic birds in flight. In the Brooklyn community center, we are warming up before our Cuban salsa class, following our teacher across the floor, tracing the movement of Oya, the Yoruban goddess of the winds. 

Is Follow Your Passion Good Career Advice?

(This article is adapted from the new book Doing Good Better: How Effective Altruism Can Help You Make a Difference by William MacAskill) Career advice is commonly built around slogans like “follow your heart” or “follow your passion.” A popular YouTube video, What If Money Was No Object?, narrated by British writer Alan Watts, suggests…

The Boomers’ Gnawing Worry About Social Security

When the Presidential candidates dare to talk about shoring up Social Security, they typically say that people in their 50s and older needn’t worry — their benefits won’t be reduced to keep the system solvent. But boomers (who are age 51 to 69) aren’t buying it. In fact, based on two recent surveys I’ve seen…

One Family’s Financial Lessons From the College Hunt

During my daughter’s sophomore and junior high school years, I read a fleet of financial planning books to prepare for college costs. But even though we tried to plan ahead, we weren’t prepared for the sticker shock of our daughter’s college choices when last spring’s financial aid letters started arriving. Most parents aren’t. I also…

How to Help Your Child Establish Credit

When Sara, 21, applied for a bank job, she didn’t realize her credit report would be part of the interview process. (She prefers Next Avenue not include her last name.) But the bank checked the credit histories of potential hires and asked her to explain why hers was so poor...

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