it’s a wonderfully entertaining show, humorous and touching in a uniquely british way. retirement age (an economically unsustainable sabbatical), old age sex and retirement villages are covered and much, much more.
i’ve been obsessing about age from my early post-pubescent days and have vicariously lived my folks’ very visible aging over the past decade in the hope that lessons learned will come in handy second time round.
happy day habibi.
bonus link: katharine’s desert island discs.
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