Episode 522: An amazing bionic gift, some great thoughts from Shakespeare, more progress in the fight agains Alzheimer’s, the beauty of Stratford-Upon-Avon, the hard swinging music of Lionel Hampton, and more…

Good News: A 12-year old with Cerebral Palsy was gifted a new bionic exoskeleton that enables him to walk and play for the first time, Link HERE.

The Good Word: A brilliant quote from Shakespeare.

Good To Know: A perhaps startling fact about Shakespeare and his wedding to Anne Hathaway.

Good News: A 30-year study on Alzheimer’s Disease has yielded loads of helpful new information about the role of genetic links, link HERE.

Wonderful World: Explore the home of Shakespeare, the lovely and historic Stratford-Upon-Avon, courtesy of the Smithsonian Channel, HERE.

Bon Appetit: Learn about the culinary delights of the wealthy of Elizabethan England, from renowned food historian Ivan Day and the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, HERE.

Sounds Good: Happy birthday to the brilliant Lionel Hampton! Dig a 1957 performance of his theme tune “Flying Home” HERE.

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