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Dreams Never Die

In this episode, we salute women who are creating calendars for a cause. Plus, meet a man who never gave up on his college baseball dreams, and a true artist who has transformed after horrifying tragedy.

Segments Include:

  • Field of Dreams
    • John Wilson‘s story is straight out of Hollywood. It’s a story of personal redemption and hope for us all; a story of struggle and triumph played out in jails, hospitals and finally — on a baseball field.
  • Tubes, Transformers and Tragedy
    • If you have a vintage radio or know anyone who does you’ll be thankful for Dennis G. Williams. He is one of a very few people you can turn to for expert, full-time antique radio repair and restoration. He has four decades of experience at his craft and his business, Radio Relics has a reputation for quality, honesty and integrity that spreads clear across the country. The only thing more interesting than what he does for a living, is who he is as a person.
  • Growing “Bull”der
    • They’ve retired from the rodeo, but these two brothers are still, well, bullish, when it comes to how great life can be as you get older. Just don’t mess with their bodyguard.
  • Calendars for a Cause
    • They’re bold, they’re beautiful — and they’re breast cancer survivors. Now, these women are glamming it up and saluting the stars of the silver screen. It’s art for a good cause, and they think you’ll never look at a calendar the same way again.

  • Campertim8849

    I saw this episode on the Detroit Michigan PBS station tonight. I enjoyed it very much. I didn’t realize you were on my local channel.