Ever wonder what your skin ‘tells’ people about you?
Do you have a tattoo? Are you part of a gang? Is that all that you think ‘marks’ you?
For over 20 years, Marianne Diaz has been helping gang members, like herself, in Los Angeles make a fresh start.
Hear her story of transformation, and maybe see the world a little differently.
Sometimes, one person can change your life.
More and more people are having kids later in life. In the UK, birth rates of women in their 40s have risen to a higher level than that of women aged under 20 for the first time since 1947. (Source: ONS)
In this episode, we have an honest discussion with international TV journalist Divya Gopalan about the joys and pains of being a first-time mom in her 40s, while maintaining a high-pressure job.
Ever find yourself wondering why you’re doing what you’re doing?
Maybe your career doesn’t suit you anymore, and you’re looking to do something else. Anything else.
How do you transition from one thing to the next?
After 30 years as a journalist and media professional, former TV executive Charie Villa speaks to us about following one’s bliss as she embarks on a new adventure that couldn’t be more different than pursuing the news.
It's said that life begins at 40.
In this episode, Asian broadcasting legend Cheche Lazaro tells us how she did just that, and more, by starting a news production company in her 40s - at a time when women were struggling to make a mark in the media industry.
An inspirational convesation with a pioneering woman.
Meet our host, veteran international journalist Marga Ortigas, and her friends – chef Karla Mendoza and media producer Tanya Yuson.
After travelling the world and charting their own courses, this mid-life trio find themselves back in their home country, pondering their next steps.