National Public Radio personality David Bouchier will talk about living his retirement dream -- spending part of each year in a French village -- on Friday afternoon, Dec. 6 at the Westport Center for Senior Activities.

Bouchier's talk, titled "Testing a Retirement Dream, is planned at 1:30 p.m. It is the last in a series of five cultural programs sponsored by the Friends of the Westport Center for Senior Activities.

Bouchier's voice is familiar to NPR listeners in Connecticut and New York for his weekly essay for his Sunday classical music and commentary program, the friends group said.

He and his wife Diane live part of the year in a small village in the south of France. A native of England, Bouchier before he retired was a lecturer in sociology at the University of Essex there.

The center is at 21 Imperial Ave. For more information call 203-341-5099.