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In This is Life with Lisa Ling award-winning journalist and author Lisa Ling reports on unconventional lifestyles in the U.S. The former co-host of "The View'' introduces viewers to subcultures and communities that are extraordinary and sometimes dangerous, and her interpersonal skills prompt interviewees to discuss matters they don't share with close friends or even family. "I have always believed that the more we know about each other, the more evolved we become,'' Ling says about the intent of the hourlong documentaries.
With a great number of websites dedicated to matching wealthy older men with young, attractive women, Lisa Ling speaks to the men and women involved and gets to the bottom of the allure of sex, money, and power.
Lisa travels to Salt Lake City to investigate the prescription medication epidemic that is causing more deaths in the state of Utah than tobacco and alcohol-related deaths and shows the hard-hitting impact on the LDS church.
Lisa examines the question- can we manufacture genius; a genius sperm bank created by the eccentric millionaire and businessman Robert Graham has produced 200 progeny in their 20s and 30s in hopes of being created more intelligent than their peers.
Lisa explores America's new Wild West as a new wave of women pioneers are making names for themselves as a Western North Dakota oil boom is responsible for the unemployment rate being less than one percent.
Lisa goes inside the hidden, mystical world of Ayahuasca, and investigates the popularity of this unregulated form of self-exploration, the power and consequences that can come along with its ingestion.
Lisa takes a road "strip" with four traveling dancers, each of whom has left home for more lucrative or entertaining prospects in Internet-located stripping spots.
The image of the American cowboy is tough, self reliant, stoic and the epitome of masculine; Lisa explores the world of the Gay Rodeo Association having over 5,000 registered members and about 200 core competitors who prove that cowboys can be gay.
Lisa travels to the Midwest, where more Catholic men are being drawn to the priesthood than anywhere else in the county, in a time where the Catholic population is on the rise, but the number of Catholic priests is dwindling.
Lisa Ling(Lisa Ling)
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