The Bonnie Sher Show
About the Show
The Bonnie Sher Show, Boomer Life is a live 50‐minute Internet radio program dedicated to a generation of Americans who continue to be a major force for social change and poster children for independence and self‐expression. Host Bonnie Sher is the child of stage and screen industry veterans and a protégé of the late Sammy Davis, Jr. She is an actress, musician and entrepreneur with an indelible presence in the entertainment industry, including coveted spot on the “DList,” celebrities living with diabetes. Bonnie shares her journey and invites others on the ride for a celebrity baby boomer’s fierce, fearless and unfiltered take on life, laughter, a little bit of this, a lot of that and a lot you don’t want to miss.
I’m proud to be a member of one of the nation’s largest living generations. I’m still acting, singing, believing, challenging, evolving, and despite all odds, living with type one diabetes ‐ it’s been that way since the age of 15.
The show features discussions and interviews on current news, views and events with special guests, friends, fans and members of the T1D (type one diabetes) community. In a segment dedicated to diabetes, Sher unleashes her alter ego, The Blue Crusader, for a reality check on the challenges of managing a chronic disease. Callers, boomers and non‐boomers alike, from Hollywood to Broadway, points in between and across the pond, are invited to join the conversation.
The Bonnie Sher Show, a unique brand of wit and wisdom, airs weekly on Thursdays at 2 p.m. (PT) on the Universal Broadcast Network, Channel 2. Listen to the show online atwww.ubnradio.com; interact with questions and comments by telephone: 323‐843‐2826 and on Twitter, @1bonniesher or #BSherRadio.
The Bonnie Sher Show is produced by Bonnie H. Sher and features theme music by Wayne Cobham, Grammy‐award winning jazz musician, composer and producer. For more information, visit www.bonniesher.com.
The views and opinions expressed on the show by the host, guests, co-hosts, listeners and chat room participants are solely the opinions of the original source who express them. The information presented should not be construed as an attempt to offer or render medical opinion or to engage in the practice of medicine; nor is it a substitute for medical or professional care or the advice of your personal medical provider.