It would defy the principles of physics and biology, but an argument could be made that Carole Marks, the 70-something host of the syndicated “A Touch of Grey” radio program, is actually getting younger.
In 1990, Marks started the show, which focuses on “the lives of the 50-plus generation as meaningful, fulfilling and productive as possible,” after recognizing that there was a serious dearth of radio programming aimed at folks over 50 and settling into their retirement years.
From the home studio in the living room of her Mystic residence, between taping phone interviews with a psychologist and a bestselling author, Marks seems, while absolutely focused on the work at hand, pleased to discuss with guests the momentum of her later-life radio career.
Carole Marks is a Talk Show Host for the Talk Radio News Service with four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2000 Forum as a Host for the Senior Focus. Most appearances with Jim Bohannon (3), Blanquita Cullum (3), Michael Harrison (3). Most common tag: Radio.
Carole Marks interviews Dennis Kucinich supporter Viggo Mortensenat the 2008 TRNS Radio Row in …
Andrea Bottner, Director, Office of International Women’s Issues, participated in a “radio row” event on domestic violence entitled, It’s Time to Talk Day. Sponsored by the Liz Claiborne foundation