Garrison Keillor

Saturday, September 14, 1985

Lloyd Moss talks to humorist, radio personality, author and cult figure Garrison Keillor. He talks about his shy nature and being the spokesperson for shy people. They talk about his life as a writer and his latest work, Lake Wobegon Days. They talk about his radio program, A Prairie Home Companion, and about broadcasting a live show. Keillor discusses the unique musical selections he chose for this program.

WNYC archives id: 68181


Garrison Keillor

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