• Getting Friendly with Death

    28 MAY. 2024 · Why should we get friendly with death? Dying is inevitably, if ironically, part of life. How can we better support each other, and ourselves, through grief? Death-friendly communities would combine the potential behind compassionate communities with the power of the age-friendly movement. Professor Julia Brassolotto tells host Sally Chivers about how building them could help fight ageism. We talk about honing the skills we need to create space for ritual, honor loss, and develop communal support around death and dying. Transcript and show notes https://episode-12-getting-friendly-with-death. Wrinkle Radio is a proud member of the https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/. We are grateful for funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and support from https://agingindata.ca and https://voiced.ca/. Episode includes music by http://www.ivorgame.com/; William_King via pixabay; Duce Williams and Michael Shynes via Artlist.
    34m 21s
  • Boomers who Rock

    6 MAR. 2024 · Sixty years ago, The Beatles played to screaming throngs on the Ed Sullivan show. Their youthful optimism offered a new blueprint for the future to Boomer kids crowded around their television sets. Since then, Professor Stephen Katz, sociologist and drummer, has gone from playing on a makeshift kit in his parents’ basement to rocking with fantasy bands in well-appointed rehearsal spaces. He talks to host Sally Chivers about how rockstar dreams age even as they never get old. Transcript and show notes https://sallychivers.ca/episode-11-boomers-who-rock/. Wrinkle Radio is a proud member of the https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/. We are grateful for funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and support from https://agingindata.ca and https://voiced.ca/. Episode includes music by Mareproduction (https://freesound.org/people/mareproduction/sounds/202921/ and https://freesound.org/people/mareproduction/sounds/188976/), Badoink, and via freesound.org; FreeGroove and Alex Grohl via pixabay, and Rocknstock, Duce Williams, and Michael Shynes via Artlist.
    29m 29s
  • Talkin’ ‘bout my generation

    30 ENE. 2024 · Organic gardening, vegan diets, natural childbirth, the peace movement … OK, boomers, you’d never know it from meme-land, but we have a lot to thank you for. How has the first generation to grow up with rock music as their cultural heartbeat changed how we experience aging? Professor Stephen Katz talks to host Sally Chivers about being part of a generation known for youthful rebellion that now symbolizes greedy wealth mongering. Join us as we talk rock, radicalism, and retirement. Transcript and show notes https://sallychivers.ca/episode-10-talkin-bout-my-generation/. Wrinkle Radio is a proud member of the https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/. We are grateful for funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and support from https://agingindata.ca and https://voiced.ca/. Episode includes music by Mareproduction (https://freesound.org/people/mareproduction/sounds/202921/ and https://freesound.org/people/mareproduction/sounds/188976/) via freesound.org; Music_for_Videos via pixabay, and Rocknstock, Custom Melody, Alex Grohl, Duce Williams, and Michael Shynes via Artlist.
    30m 17s
  • Dignity and Joy

    13 DIC. 2023 · Joy is possible, even more likely, as we age. But can joy really be a cultivated in nursing home life and work? Why should we take care home joy seriously? In this episode, Professor Susan Braedley explains how the conditions of dignity are the conditions for joy. She offers practical tips on how to contribute to dignity and joy, two keys to improving long-term care. Join her and host Sally Chivers as we share stories of grit, dignity, and joy. Transcript and show notes http://www.sallychivers.ca/episode-9-dignity-and-joy/ Wrinkle Radio is a proud member of the https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/. We are grateful for funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and support from https://agingindata.ca/ and https://voiced.ca This episode includes music by Oleksii Kaplunskyi (Lesfm), Oleg Kyrylkovv (Music_For_Videos), and mood mode via https://pixabay.com/; Duce Williams and Michael Shynes via https://artlist.io/.
    30m 32s
  • The Future of Nursing Homes

    22 NOV. 2023 · Nursing homes are fast becoming the haunted houses of our era. But Professor Susan Braedley sees the potential for nursing homes to be vital public services where people want to live, work, and even play. She talks to host Sally Chivers about how the conditions of work are the conditions of care. The seeds for a scary future have been planted, but it might not be too late for a more hopeful way forward Wrinkle Radio is a proud member of the https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/. We are grateful for funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and support from https://agingindata.ca/ and https://voiced.ca This episode includes music by ArtMusic via https://pixabay.com/; Duce Williams, Ziv Moran, and Michael Shynes via https://artlist.io/ and Valentin Sosnitskiy via Freesound (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).
    30m 33s
  • Information Piles and Palaces

    24 OCT. 2023 · Someone you love is diagnosed with dementia. Or you are. Do you know where to get good information? Do you know who to ask? Host Professor Sally Chivers sits down with Professor Nicole Dalmer to get some answers. Find out why Sally renewed her lapsed public library card, how to get informed about dementia care, and how the search for information can draw you into connection and community, especially as you age. Wrinkle Radio is a proud member of the https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/. We are grateful for funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and support from https://agingindata.ca/ and https://voiced.ca/. This episode includes music by Olexy, Vitalii Karol, and Vitaily Levkin, via https://pixabay.com/, and Duce Williams and Michael Shayne's via https://artlist.io/.
    28m 29s
  • Sex, Tech, and the Meaning of Aging, mostly tech

    16 MAY. 2023 · When you think of tech for older adults, what comes to mind? What you just pictured says as much about the world you live in and attitudes towards aging as it does about how technology might create better lives for all of us living in an aging world. Professor Emeritus Barb Marshall talks with host Professor Sally Chivers about what technologies older people actually use, what they mean in everyday life, and how tech affects what aging is, and could be. Find out more about fitbits, call buttons, data surveillance, and taking time to unplug and live in the moment. Wrinkle Radio is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council through the https://agingindata.ca Research Project. Transcripts and shownotes for all episodes available at https://sallychivers.ca/wrinkleradio/
    32m 49s
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    Sex, Tech, and the Meaning of Aging, mostly sex

    11 ABR. 2023 · Would you rather have the sex you had when you were 18, or still enjoy sex at 80? How did Viagra change the meaning of aging? Learn about andropause, clitoral insufficiency syndrome, and other maladies made up to market pills and make people feel bad about growing older. Wrinkle Radio gets a little racy as Professor Emeritus Barb Marshall talks with host Professor Sally Chivers about age-related sexual discontents, sociology vs urology, the degendering of age, and what we miss when we reduce the body to function/dysfunction. Wrinkle Radio is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council through the Aging in Data Research Project. Transcripts and shownotes available at https://sallychivers.ca/wrinkleradio/
    26m 17s
  • Aging for Mortals

    7 MAR. 2023 · What if we started from the knowledge that, no matter what, we will die? And that if we're lucky, we'll grow old first? How would that change how we live? How would that change our politics? Professor Albert Banerjee shares what he's learned from talking to people in hospice and living in a yogic Ashram in the Himalayas. You'll hear about the costs of a society that avoids death and how to make choices that really matter. Wrinkle Radio is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council through the Aging in Data Research Project. Transcripts and shownotes available at https://sallychivers.ca/wrinkleradio/
    25m 26s
  • Putting Age in its Place

    8 FEB. 2023 · Where do you want to live as you grow older? That’s a question for you, whether you’re 9 or 99. In this episode, we put aging in place, with the help of literature and the imagination. Host Sally Chivers and guest Ulla Kriebernegg talk about nursing home escape stories, Canadian Literature, King Lear, and what they tell us about how space matters. Because, as Ulla explains, where you are when you age affects who you can be. Wrinkle Radio is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council through the Aging in Data Research Project. Transcripts and shownotes available at https://sallychivers.ca/wrinkleradio/
    27m 7s

Don't panic! It's just aging. At Wrinkle Radio, the stories we tell about aging matter. We don't fight aging, but we do fight the forces that make aging worse for...

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Don't panic! It's just aging. At Wrinkle Radio, the stories we tell about aging matter. We don't fight aging, but we do fight the forces that make aging worse for some people than for others. We fight the forces that tell us that we need to grow old in a certain way. We fight the forces that tell us we have to fear aging. Join host Sally Chivers as we learn and celebrate along the way.
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