GARRISON KEILLOR is America’s favorite storyteller. For more than 35 years, as the host of A Prairie Home Companion, he has captivated millions of listeners with his weekly News from Lake Wobegon monologues. A Prairie Home Companion is heard on hundreds of public radio stations, as well as America One, the Armed Forces Networks, Sirius Satellite Radio, and via a live audio webcast.
Keillor is also the author of several books and a frequent contributor to national publications including Time, The New Yorker, and National Geographic, in addition to writing his own syndicated column. He has been awarded a National Humanities Medal from the National Endowment of the Humanities. When not touring, he resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Listeners may find themselves caught in "driveway moments" while enjoying this new collection of stories featuring everyone's favorite radio detective. More than a series of jokes and puns, these philosophical ruminations on silliness are entertaining. It takes years of the actors working together for a presentation like this to work so effectively. These episodes employ a wonderful array of voices and special effects, led by the dulcet tones of the "Mark Twain of the Midwest," Garrison Keillor. As soon as you can, book a trip to the twelfth floor of the Acme Building and spend some time with Guy Noir, Private Eye. R.O. 2006 Audie Award Finalist © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
This contains 2 CDs - approximately 2.3 hours of play with 6 skits on 1 CD and 5 skits plus the Guy Noir theme on the other. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Cynthia A. Frazer
This collection of "Guy Noir" routines, lifted from A Praire Home Companion, are very funny. Garrison Keillor and his merry band of actors give a sense of the old time radio drama? Read morePublished on March 15, 2007 by Michael D. Chlanda
Not the "Guy Noir" stories you know and love from "Prairie Home Companion". It's eight short stories, all the same plot and characters who sit and talk and each story ends the... Read morePublished on August 11, 2005 by M. Kozikowski