SIRIUS will launch the debut of Candace Bushnells show, Sex, Success and Sensibility, on Sirius Stars, channel 102, tonight, between 5 – 7 pm ET. Candace and friends will explore what women really say about men, relationships and careers.
“I’ve seen it all – from the toxic bachelor to the happily betrothed, from the modelizers to Mr. Big. Women today are charting new territory: balancing busy careers with their families and trying to find time for all the relationships in their lives. I can’t wait to connect with them on the air. After writing extensively about these topics I am thrilled to make the leap from the page to the radio. My show fits right in with the smart, definitive programming SIRIUS has for women.” — Candace Bushnell.
Author of the wildly popular bestseller Sex and the City, which spawned the HBO hit series starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Candace Bushnell captured the countrys attention by breaking down the bedroom doors of New Yorks rich and beautiful and exposing the true story of sex, love and relationships today. Dubbed “the Sharon Stone of journalism,” Bushnell first put the singles scene into print as The New York Observers resident “Sex and the City” columnist. In her latest novel, Lipstick Jungle, Bushnell takes on corporate America—describing the lives of “women who have careers like men.”
Bushnell was born and raised in the small Connecticut town of Glastonbury and attended Rice University. She currently resides in Manhattan.