Life 201 with Adiel Gorel
Producer: GlassOnion Productions
Rights: Unlimited, 11/24/19 to 12/31/21 (Live Linear Streaming available)
1×60 core, 1×90 pledge event
With the rest of our lives in front of us, we have to ask ourselves: will we make the most of our years, or let them pass us by? We are presented with the opportunity to seize a new lease on life, to reinvent ourselves, to learn new things, and expand our expertise.
Adiel Gorel, a lifelong learner and host of a successful public television program on secure retirement, returns to public tv in Life 201 as a guide for people of all ages ready to redefine the rest of their lives. He’s had the great fortune to study with some of the world’s leading doctors, scientists, wellness teachers and financial experts, and he’s sharing what’s he learned. In this program he showcases his own experiences – and the expertise of eight (eight!) of the best minds in the world – to offer a roadmap for better living to viewers poised to make the most of their adult years.
The program is framed around long-term health in three areas: FUEL (food and detoxification), FUND (financial planning) and FEEL FANTASTIC (physical and emotional wellness). It will offer practical, easy takeaways viewers can incorporate into their daily lives with little effort and a big reward.
Launching the new life of your dreams can be daunting if you don’t know how to get started or where to turn for advice. Adiel Gorel has written the playbook for people who want to live richly and vital no matter their age. He’sdistilled a lifetime of study and interviews with experts on myriad topics into a single program. He’ll guide, inspire, entertain and offer sage insight gleaned from his experience and that of international thought leaders.
Adiel’s practical toolkit for reinventing yourself will support how you define a happy retirement.
The pledge event was recorded at KQED with Adiel in the studio and Lee Newton as pledge host.
Core Timings: (10 seconds of black between acts)
Act 1: 00:00;00 to21:02;09 (21:02;09)
Act 2: 21:12;09 to 41:17;27 (20:05;19)
Act 3: 41:27;27 to 59:55;21 (18:27;24)
TRT: 59:55;21 (59:56)
Total Content: 59:35;21 (59:36)
Pledge Event Timings:
Act 1: 00:00;00 to 21:01;07 (21:01;07)
Break 1: 21:01;07 to 26:21;02 (5:19;25)
Act 2: 26:21;02 to 46:24;24 (20:03;23)
Break 2: 46:24;24 to 56:55;10 (10:30;16)
Act 3: 56:55;10 to 1:15:23;05 (18:27;25)
Break 3: 1:15:23;05 to 1:29:10;05 (13:47;01)
TRT: 1:29:10;05 (1:29:11)
Premium Descriptions: TBA
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