The Brain Revolution

The Brain Revolution, airing Wednesday, Mar. 10 at 8 p.m., explores the foundational principles of neuroplasticity — how the brain can change throughout one’s lifespan — to show viewers how to take control of their lives as they age. With this knowledge, anyone can use the most powerful part of their body to improve their lives. The program is hosted by Ashleigh Banfield, a current legal analyst and host on Court TV.

From the producers of The Brain Fitness Program and Brain Secrets, The Brain Revolution provides the most comprehensive and easy-to-follow plan for maximizing and protecting the brain for a lifetime. With the latest scientific research and illuminating stories about neuroplasticity, it shows how both our brains work and how we can make them work for us. Each act builds upon the previous one, culminating in a step-by-step guide toward driving our own Brain Fitness revolution. Firsthand examples of people with transformational experiences and interviews with the scientists and experts who helped make it all possible offer engaging insights into this life-changing program.

Interviews with pioneering researchers behind The Brain Fitness Program include Dr. Michael Merzenich, Dr. Arthur Toga, Dr. Richard Frackowiak, Dr. Jerri Edwards and Dr. Shannon Moffett. 3D animated graphics and dramatic re-enactments help illustrate the power of brain fitness for all.

Support Arizona PBS during our month-long March membership drive and search this program to receive either a DVD copy of it or The Brain Revolution power collection!

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