Films for Fifty+

Tonight at 8pm ET

They're the kind of movies you can watch again and again. New classics and old favorites top this star studded lineup tonight.

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Need new ideas or a fresh take on a classic dish? We've got the recipes you'll love to try from the RLTV shows you love to watch.

A Taste of History:World Travels

Thursday 9pm ET

Join Chef Walter Staib's mouth-watering adventure around the world. See how traditional dishes are prepared using historical techniques in native environments.

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Growing Bolder

Growing Bolder shines the spotlight on Big Stone Gap. A movie about finding happiness in any stage of your life.



RLTV, the only cable network and online destination for Generation 50+, inspires viewers this weekend to 'Rediscover' their passions with the premiere of A Taste of History: World Travels on Sunday, October 4 (10:00PM ET). This hour-long special is the highlight of a 'Rediscovery Weekend' filled with inspirational episodes of RLTV Lifestyle Originals, including Stanley on the Go.

16 Reasons Why The Kids of the 1980s Should All Be Dead

While the title of this article refers to Kids of the 1980's we can all relate to these scenarios. Even if you grew up 50's, 60's or the 70's

Articles and Blogs

I Am Shrinking and So Are You

Standing on the edge of the continent in San Francisco, Calif., I am enveloped by the fog. It has time for only a quick embrace, and then rushes off to nourish the coastal redwoods, which grow 300 feet and higher. Will standing in the fog make me taller? I’m shrinking. Not in mind or spirit, …

Retiring Early, Retiring Late, Retiring Penniless

It’s not easy to surprise journalists like me who write about retirement. We’re jaded by surveys that repeatedly document how little Americans are saving and how many older workers say they’ll never retire. (Excuse me, one just arrived from But I always come away learning new and — yes — surprising things when I …

Are You At Risk for Kidney Disease?

Kidney disease has an infamous reputation for sneaking up on us with very little warning. Twenty-six million American adults have kidney disease and most of them don’t know it. In its early stages, the disease has no symptoms. I was fortunate enough to get my kidney disease diagnosed early, which is the first step in …

How Diet and Exercise Improve Your Quality of Life

You know that eating right and exercising regularly can reduce your risk for certain diseases and help you maintain a healthy weight. But did you also know that those healthy habits can improve your overall quality of life? A wide range of recent studies has found that a healthy diet and exercise contribute to improved …

Aging Populations Are Good for the Old and the Young

You can’t escape talk of rising intergenerational conflict between aging boomers and young Millennials. Among the more powerful beliefs in Washington, D.C., is that thanks to Social Security and other old-age programs, boomers will absorb more scarce economic and government resources, starving programs that benefit the young. The tug-of-war extends deep into the workplace, too. …


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