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Feel Grand a 13-part series hosted by Jane Seymour debut was in October 2014 of which 11 episodes have aired on your National Public Broadcast TV station. I’ve included episode 11  below for your viewing below.
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See NCM Blog posted below for the previous episodes topics.
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You will want to tune in Monday evenings at 7:30pm for the remaining 2 “live” episodes which will cover sex reeducation and ancient remedies.

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Brain Health  – aired Dec. 29th – Part 11 (expires Jan 29th 2015) 
Dr. Rudy Tanzi and Dr. Deepak Chopra explore the latest groundbreaking research on Alzheimer’s Disease, and talk about what you can do to keep your brain healthy and active as you age
The conversation on Feel Grand is starts with Ken, an automotive electrician who had a stroke in and is 100% recovered and even started a business.
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Dr. Rudy Tanzi (seated) & Dr. Deepak Chopra (on screen) explores with 
Jane Seymour the latest groundbreaking research on Alzheimer’s 
Disease, and talk about what you can do to keep your brain healthy
and active as you age.

​Self Portrait in the Garden 

by artist Jane Seymour

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Meditation has a large impact effecting one’s Brain Health.  Hear what Dr. Deepak Chopra said about it in the video above.
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Jane Seymour 
Ms. Seymour has acted in 100+ movies and TV shows Jane is the co-founder ofOpen Hearts Foundation,  She has written more than 10 books, designs a line of jewelry and has a collaboration with Aico and Jane Seymour Designs for the interior design of homes.
Seymour is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp, a national non-profit organisation dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect. In 2007, she sponsored a children’s Art Pillow contest as part of the Jane Seymour Collection, with the proceeds going to Childhelp.
Jane is is an accomplished artist and displays her fine art collection 14 times a year,  She is the mother of six children which include twins and  two step-children.  She has four grandchildren.
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​Jane Seymour with granddaughter Willa

Open Hearts Foundation Gala_May 2014​
Katherine Flynn, 32 mother of Willia 
attends an Open Hearts Foundation Gala 
with her mother Jane Seymour, 63  
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“People ask me how I keep my figure, and I tell them it’s because I paint. When you’re covered in paint, it’s quite hard to put food in your mouth!”  ~~Jane Seymour

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Jane had twin boys when she when she was 44  years old.  She and her husband named them Kristopher after family friends actor Christopher Reeve and Johnnyafter singer Johnny Cash.

Jane Seymour portrays Natalie Henry 

War and Remembrance_1988
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War and Remembrance
In 1988, Jane Seymour got the female lead in the 12-part television miniseries War and Remembrance, the continued story from the miniseries The Winds of War, in which she played Natalie Henry, an American Jewish woman trapped in Europe during World War II. That role had been played by Ali McGraw in the first series, but Seymour campaigned for the role when the continuation was planned, and made a screen test which convinced the director and producer Dan Curtis that she was better suited for it.
​Jane’s Parents
Jane Seymour’s father, John Benjamin Frnkenberg was an obstetrician and British citizen of Jewish heritage whose family was from Poland (village of Nowe Trzepowo) passed away at age 76 in 1990.  Her mother, Mieke van Trigt was a nurse and Dutch Protestant (with family from Deventer) who was a prisoner of war in a Japanese concentration camp in Indonesia for more than three years during World War II, passed away at age 92 in 2007,
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Mieke Frankenberg with daughter Jane Seymour

the family estate at St. Catherine’s Court 
Bath, England in 2003
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“She had been through it all, seen horrors up close and chose to see the light and love of God and mankind in every aspect of life.”  ~~Jane Seymour
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FEEL GRAND posts since Oct. 6, 2014
See below NCM Blog post for Feel Grand’s information on the first 8 episodes. Earlier videos may have expired; however, you can view some photos of Jane Seymour including one as Princess Farah in the 1977 fantasy Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger.  You’ll see photos of some of the roles she has starred in over the years, take wisdom from her quotes and view her interior designs and amazing art work.
NCM Blog
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Dec. 27, 2014
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Nov. 30, 2014
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Nov. 28, 2014
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Oct. 31, 2014
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Oct. 29, 2014
Oct. 6, 2014
Beginning a New Year is Fun!
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Camille

 

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