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Powdermilk Biscuits – 1/5/2013

Well, has your family tried ’em, Powdermilk?
Well, has your family tried ’em, Powdermilk!
Well, if your family’s tried ’em, aw,
You know you’re satisfied, aw, they’re a real hot item, Powdermilk.

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Gillian Welch & David Rawlings – Wayside/Back in Time

Gillian Welch and David Rawlings (with Chris Thile) perform “Wayside/Back in Time” during our January 23, 2016 APHC broadcast.

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A Christmas Carol – 12/26/2015

Is it just me or does Scrooge’s voice sound a little familiar? Enjoy this APHC twist on Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” from our post-Christmas broadcast in 2015.

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New Year’s Song – 1/4/2014

May the house not burn down
(at least not when we’re here)
and I wish you a happy new year.

Listen to Garrison’s original New Year’s song!

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The News from Lake Wobegon – Dec 2, 2018

Garrison Keillor updates us on the latest news from Lake Wobegon during this performance in New York City on December 2nd, 2018.

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“Halloween” SFX script

“Halloween” SFX script

A positively spooky sound effects script featuring Fred Newman from our October 26, 2013 broadcast of A Prairie Home Companion

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A Part-Time Job in Radio

Garrison discusses what he likes about his “part-time job” as a radio host in this clip from Mr. Keillor’s Sunday Night Service — available on DVD in our shop.

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Summer in Lake Wobegon

Garrison talks about summer in Lake Wobegon and a few of the town’s guiding principles.

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I Come From Lake Wobegon

Garrison describes growing up in Lake Wobegon.¬†Originally from the “Mr. Keillor’s Sunday Night Service” DVD.

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Cinecast Oh Glory How Happy I Am

An all-star cast performs “Oh Glory How Happy I Am,” written by the Reverend Gary Davis. Featuring Pat Donohue, Robin & Linda Williams, Garrison Keillor, Heather Masse, Jearlyn Steele, Jevetta Steele, and the Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band as led by Richard Dworsky. This was the last song on the February 4, 2010 cinecast episode of A Prairie Home Companion, and doubles as a credits reel for the DVD.

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