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Monday, October 10, 2005

A Prairie Home Companion

Last month when my friend Helen and I were riding home from the quilt expo we listened to A Prairie Home Companion on the radio. The particular one we heard was a rebroadcast from another time.
In addition to the musical segments there is also always The News from Lake Wobegon. This one was about deer hunting. If you have such in your family you'll will surely get a laugh out of this, if not it's still funny.
Go to the following link and click on Segment 6 or you can listen to the whole show if you like.

For the home page go to:
Here you can find the station and broadcast time for your area as well as other information.

To find out more about Garrison Keillor and A Praire Home Companion go to:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I first discovered A Prairie Home Companion in the late 80's when I was in seminary in Wisconsin. I used public radio for background music while I did my homework on Saturday nights. The evening started with folk music, then Prairie Home Companion, then sort of a spoofy country western variety show the name of which escapes me now, then Ruby Galactic Gunshoe, then music from around the world and a jazz music show and a modern classical music show and finally Music From the Hearts of Space ... what we probably now call New Age stuff. Public Radio was a lifesaver!

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