Television

Senior Living On Location - Episode Schedule

Missed an episode of the first season of Senior Living On Location? Want to watch your favorite episode again? Starting December 16, 2012 Season 1 of Senior Living On Location will begin re-airing. An updated broadcast scheduled is posted below.

This is where all the airing dates of our episodes will be posted as well as links to have full access to viewing the shows online once they have been aired. Click the thumbnails to watch the desired episode. 


Season One

"Life is Fun" 


Episode1: Join us as we show you what you can do with a paddle, take you into the world of grace and romance with ballroom dancing, clown around with our pal Al, and relax with a big round of laughter. (Topics: Laughter Yoga – Gene Furbee, Al Greenwood – Clown, Dragon Boating – GO Rowing & Paddling Association of Canada, Victoria Ballroom Dance Society)

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"Making Fitness Fun"


Episode 2: Join us as we take walking to a whole new speed, increase our heart rates with senior friendly fitness routines, explore the health benefits of third age karate and cycle around the world. (Topics: Garden City Wanderers, Saanich Recreation, Warrior Martial Arts, Cross Canada Cycle Tour Society). 

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"Turning Passion Into Profit"


Episode 3: Join us as we meet four unique sets of senior entrepreneurs who have turned their passions for photography, painting and storytelling, as well as lavender and wine, into profit making retirement adventures. (Topics: Damali Lavender Farm, Angela Au Hemphill, Mary Gavan, Ann’s Island Photography)

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"Senior Adventure Seekers"


Episode 4: Join us as we paddle into happiness with an avid sea kayaker, show you how to create your preferred future, take to the links with a senior amateur golf champion and explore treasures beneath the sea with the diving enthusiasts that find them. (Topics: UASBC Scuba Divers, Vic Lindal, Doug Alderson-Kayaking, Alison Murdoch-Golf)

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 “Giving Back”


Episode 5: Join Senior Living On Location as we visit a community practicing the Renewal of Life, frolic with a retired pharmacist on an outdoor playground for seniors , visit a senior comedian who will tickle your funny bone, and introduce you to a senior who’s living out his rock star dreams. (Topics: Providence Farm, Harry Caine – Seniors Wellness Park, Marylee Stephenson - Comedian, John Pippus - Musician)

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“Entrepreneurs for Life”

Episode 6: Join us as we explore the world of photography with renowned photographer Ted Grant, introduce you to a barrel-loving artist with a signature twist, and hang out with a group of senior entertainers who have chosen busking as their way of life. (Topics: Ted Grant - Photographer, Peter Forbes – Barrel Carver, Senior Buskers)

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“Life Less Ordinary”


Episode 7: Join Senior Living On Location as we get revved with the high speed thrills of senior automotive racing enthusiasts, meet a man who has defied disability in his pursuit of golden dreams, introduce you to a woman with a special passion for feathery friends, and have a barrel of laughs with an ensemble of senior show stoppers. (Topics: Old Time Racers Association, Daniel Westley – Paralympian, The Vaudvillians, Wendy Huntbatch – Word Parrot Refuge)

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“Hobby Diversion”


Episode 8: Join us as we take you to a land where everybody loves the sights and sounds of the locomotive, meet up with a wood-loving bunch who whittle for the fun of it, dance the night away with some traditional Celtic moves and show you a little sleight of hand by a tricky man with a passion for magic. (Topics: Model Railroading, Scottish Country Dancing – Eileen MacKenzie, Ladner Woodworkers Club, Ray Roch – Magician)

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“For the Love of It”

Episode 9: Learn more about RV Travel on dime, have a chuckle and find out how life is a riot for BC entertainer Bill Reiter, explore why lawn bowling is such a delightful sport for seniors, and discover how one woman turned her passion for gardening into a thriving business. (Topics: Barb & Dave Rees – RV Travel Writers; Pacific Indoor Bowls Club – Lawn bowling; Bill Reiter – Entertainer; Carrie Nelson – Silver Sage Nursery)

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“Artist Inside”


Episode 10: Join us as we meet a pair of married senior artists who have created new careers for themselves at 80, delve into one multi-media artist’s passion for the world around her and sit back and enjoy the music and comical wit of artist Patti McGregor. (Topics: Walter & Bertha Frankoski; Ilsoo Kyung MacLaurin; Patti McGregor)

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“A Craft of Ones Own”

Episode 11: Delve into the inner workings of Canadian naturalist and world-renowned artist Robert Bateman, get FiredUp! with a group of seniors who create contemporary works in clay, explore the fascinating world of wooden boat modeling and restoration; and learn more about healthy living at the BC Senior Games. (Topics: Robert Bateman –Artist/Activist; Cowichan Wooden Boat Society; FiredUp!; BC Senior Games)

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“Being More”

Episode 12: Hit the ice with amateur and professional senior hockey players, celebrate 25 years of active living with honoured athletes from the BC Senior Games, and get crafty with an inspiring group of Nanaimo senior hobbyists. (Topics: Oldtimers Hockey; BC Senior Games Athlete Profile; Jonanco Hobby Workshop,)

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“Young Inside”

Episode 13: Discover where ex-pilots spend their spare time, travel the Gulf Islands on a budget with a local senior travel writer, join the campaign to support African grandmothers caring for AIDs-orphaned grandchildren, and meet a woman who’s passion for puppies led to her breeding of the Coton De Tulear. (Topics: BC Aviation Museum, Jane Cassie - Senior Travel Writer; Victoria Grandmothers for Africa; Diane Benaroch – Coton De Tulear)

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