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Radio losing its sense of humor, Keillor says

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / June 2, 2005

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Despite the measured tones and even delivery he brings each week to his longstanding variety show, ''A Prairie Home Companion," Garrison Keillor can get plenty riled up. Just try asking the veteran broadcaster about the current state of the medium: ''The center has been lost," he laments during a phone interview from his St. Paul home base. ''As popular culture ... (Full article: 606 words)

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