"Grownups" is about a group of friends living in Manchester and hurtling towards their thirties. They are suddenly beset with life's difficult questions, and are all trying, unsuccessfully, to be grown ups.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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AARP (formerly American Association of Retired Persons) is a United States-based interest group whose stated mission is “empowering people to choose how they live as they age.” According to the organization, as of 2018, it had more than 38 million members. AARP was founded in 1958 by Ethel Percy Andrus (a retired educator from California) and Leonard Davis (later the founder of the Colonial Penn Group of insurance companies). The association advocates for social change and provides information, advocacy, and service to its members. It is an important lobbying group in the United States. It updates special money related information and a “fraudwatch” on its website, to warn people of scams. Its fraudwatch includes write ups by Frank Abagnale, formerly of the FBI.
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The organization also produces radio and television programs and has a book division. Inside E Street, hosted by broadcast journalist Lark McCarthy, takes a “nonpartisan, civil look into issues critical to Americans” Movies for Grownups, is a weekly two-minute program hosted and produced by Bill Newcott, creator of AARP's Movies for Grownups franchise, heard on stations nationwide and online at the radioprimetime website. Prime Time Focus, hosted by Alyne Ellis, is a 90-second daily feature with a five-minute weekend edition heard on more than 500 stations. Prime Time Radio, hosted by broadcaster Mike Cuthbert, is a one-hour weekly interview program that focuses on the interests and concerns of Americans aged 50 and older. The program is heard on radio stations mainly in the United States.
AARP The Magazine with their approximately 37 million readers and the AARP Bulletin with 29.7 million, are the two largest-circulation publications in the United States. The organization publishes AARP The Magazine (known until 2002 as Modern Maturity), a lifestyle magazine for people 50+. Established in 1958, the magazine is distributed bi-monthly to AARP members. AARP Bulletin, subtitled “The Newspaper for 50-Plus America”, is published monthly, 10 times per year, and requires membership and an additional subscription fee. The Journal, released by AARP's International Office, is a policy publication on health and financial security issues facing a global population.
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