The radio show, A Prairie Home Companion, made it debut in 1974. Today, more than 4 million people a week on close to 600 stations tune in to hear the latest news from Lake Wobegon.
The show’s host is about as original and unique as you’ll find out there. Garrison Keillor has done it all, from writing books to acting in movies and on the stage. He says he’s always found it stimulating to go from one project to the next.
He tells Growing Bolder why his unique radio program is the one project he’s been excited to stick with for all these years.
Find out what the master storyteller fears most about younger generations and why aging, which he calls the pressure of time, has made him almost manic these days.