Highlights from Garrison Keillor's old-style variety show, originally broadcast in the US
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Singers Patty Loveless and Brigid Kaelin join the American funny man. From 2009.
The American funny man presents more comedy and music, with Guy's All-Star Shoe Band.
With soprano Renee Fleming, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and singer/songwriter Randy Newman.
The funny man welcomes local choirs to his seasonal special from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
With the hard-driving string band, Pert' Near Sandstone.
The American funny man presents more comedy and music from Tulsa.
More comedy and music from the 'prettiest town' in Abilene, Texas.
More comedy and music, with British rock stalwart Nick Lowe.
With Nashville band Old Crow Medicine Show.
Guy Noir investigates a violin theft and in Lake Wobegon the full moon is playing havoc.
From Kansas City's Starlight Theater, with Roy Blount and the Carolina Chocolate Drops.
More comedy and music from Los Angeles' majestic open air Greek Theatre.
From Minnesota's Rhubarb Festival, with Texas honky-tonk's Joe Ely and The Rhubarb Sisters
More comedy and music, with special guest singer-songwriter Carrie Rodriguez.
From the State Theater in Minneapolis, with special guests Wilco and Becky Schlegel.
Garrison Keillor's old-style variety show, originally broadcast on radio in America
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Our host and his pack of poets present a special poetry compilation from past programmes.
Comedy and music from the shores of Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota.
An American Independence celebration from the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox.
Featuring Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy as the singing ZoZo Sisters.
More comedy and music from the Ravinia Pavilion in Illinois.
More comedy and music from the Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas.
It's a blockbuster line-up with film stars Meryl Streep, Virginia Madsen and John C Reilly
Joined by Billy Collins and The Wailin' Jennys at the Wolf Trap National Park in Virginia.
Comedy and music in a special broadcast from the National Theatre of Iceland in Reykjavik.
More music and comedy from Loveland, Colorado.
Comedy and music from the University of South Dakota's 'Dakota Dome'.