Caption: Let It Go
Let It Go 

Bishop T.D. Jakes on Letting It Go

From: AARP Radio
Series: Prime Time Radio
Length: 59:55

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First, Bishop T.D. Jakes discusses the necessity for forgiveness in life then, Henry Alford covers modern manners...or the lack there of... this week on Prime Time Radio. Read the full description.

T First, the idea of forgiveness is contrary to our basic human nature in these unforgiving times of litigiousness, negative media, and political smear campaigns. Bishop T.D. Jakes, author of "Let It Go", admonishes that forgiveness is a gift and choice that will free us to experience the full potential of our lives and relationships.

Then, Henry Alford asks what modern etiquette looks like in an age of instant gratification in his book, "Would it Kill You to Stop Doing That?". Alford interviews many experts on etiquette and habits from Tim Gunn to an army sergeant. He plays a game called Touch the Waiter and travels to Japan to examine the culture he dubs the Fort Knox of manners.

Bishop T.D. Jakes and Henry Alford, this week on Prime Time Radio.

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First, the idea of forgiveness is contrary to our basic human nature in these unforgiving times of litigiousness, negative media, and political smear campaigns. Bishop T.D. Jakes, author of "Let It Go", admonishes that forgiveness is a gift and choice that will free us to experience the full potential of our lives and relationships.

Then, Henry Alford asks what modern etiquette looks like in an age of instant gratification in his book, "Would it Kill You to Stop Doing That?". Alford interviews many experts on etiquette and habits from Tim Gunn to an army sergeant. He plays a game called Touch the Waiter and travels to Japan to examine the culture he dubs the Fort Knox of manners.

Bishop T.D. Jakes and Henry Alford, this week on Prime Time Radio.

Timing and Cues

PRIME TIME RADIO

TIMINGS AND CUES:

00:00 - 01:00 Billboard (promotes both halves)

01:00 - 01:05 Silent Pause (allows cutaway to newscast)

01:05 - 28:04 Segment #1 (optional fundraising cutaway between 24:00-26:00; Outcue to alert stations to cutaway: "I'm Mike Cuthbert. This is Prime Time Radio.")

28:05 - 30:05 MOVIES FOR GROWNUPS with Bill Newcott

30:05 - 30:07 Silent Pause (allows
stations to cutaway for I.D., weather report, etc.)

30:07 - 30:34 Billboard for Segment #2 (runs :27)

30:35 - 54:00 Segment #2 (optional fundraising cutaway between 48:00-50:00; Outcue to alert stations to cutaway: "I'm Mike Cuthbert. This is Prime Time Radio.")

54:00 - 54:05 Silent Pause

54:05 - 59:00 "PRIME TIME POSTSCRIPT" (optional module for stations that do not insert a newscast at the top of the hour)

59:00 - 59:05 Silent Pause

59:05 - 59:25 :20 Promo

59:25 - 59:30 Silent Pause

59:30 - 59:59 :29 Promo

Additional Credits

Host: Mike Cuthbert, Producer: Angel Livas, Engineer: Ben Pizzuto

Related Website

http://www.aarp.org/radio