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We’ve got some new competition.  A bunch of residents at a senior living home in Tennessee launched a new radio show during the pandemic that they record from their rooms.  And seniors in other states can sign up to co-host it too.

It’s an hour-long show called “Radio Recliner,” where they take turns DJ-ing . . . tell stories . . . and play their favorite songs.  They even do requests and dedications.  You can check it all out at RadioRecliner.com. One of the DJs is an 88-year-old named Bob Coleman.

I’m not crying. I’m just cutting onions…

Isolated retirees start a radio hour amid virus

Retirees living in senior living centers have become radio DJs for an online radio show called Radio Recliner. The program is designed to help those who have...