“Not Knowing Is a Gift” with Marty Linsky

“Not Knowing Is a Gift” with Marty Linsky

“Not Knowing Is a Gift” with Marty Linsky

70 Over 70 - December 14, 2021 - 39:06

Before 70 Over 70 goes on hiatus, Max sits down again with the person who inspired the show, his dad Marty, to talk about what he has learned from these conversations and what he hopes will stick with listeners. Thank you to the more than 70 people over 70 who helped make this show possible: Alice Waters, André De Shields, Anna Fisher, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Arlene Heyman, Arthur Russell, Austin Sarat, Barney Frank, Bertha Riley, Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk, Betty Goedhart, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Bob Iger, Carolyn Doelling, Dan Rather, Darryl Cox, David Crosby, Deanna Gobio, Diana Nyad, Diane Meier, Diedre Wolownick, Dionne Warwick, Dolores Huerta, Donalda MacGeachy, Evelyn Griesse, George Pettigrew, Gloria Allen, Greg O'Brien, Sister Helen Prejean, Howard Kakita, Jackie Batson, James Hong, Jim Clyburn, Father Joe Carey, Dr. Joycelyn Elders, Judith Light, Konai Helu Thaman, Krishnamurthy, Dr. Laverene Wimberly, Liliana Weisbek, Lillian Faderman, Lilly Ledbetter, Lucia DeRespinis, Lois Lowry, Lynn Staley, Madeleine Albright, Maira Kalman, Marty Linsky, Mavis Staples, Michio Kaku, Miriam Moss, Nikki Giovanni, Norman Lear, Paul Price, Paula Weinstein, Peter Leighton, Phyllis Irwin, Raffi, Renata Adler, Russell Banks, Sandy Levin, Scott Kalin, Shirley Ross, Sid Moss, Sjanna Leighton, Steven Berman, Susan Lucci, Timothy Fullam, Tom Locke, Travis Mayes, Twiggy, William Locke

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A show about how we make the most of the time we have left. Max Linsky talks to 70 remarkable people, all over the age of 70, not just about their past but their lives right now. These are conversations about the big questions we all ask ourselves, no matter how old we are. What does it mean to live well? What are we still searching for? And how do we learn to let go?