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Silent Night-Longer Version  

Longer Version of Silent Night. The origin of the Christmas carol we know as Silent Night was a poem that was written in 1816 by an Austrian priest called Joseph Mohr. On Christmas Eve in 1818 in the small alpine village called Oberndorf it is reputed that the organ at St. Nicholas Church had broken. Joseph Mohr gave the poem of Silent Night (Stille Nacht) to his friend Franz Xavier Gruber and the melody for Silent Night was composed with this in mind. The music to Silent Night was therefore intended for a guitar and the simple score was finished in time for Midnight Mass. Silent Night is the most famous Christmas carol of all time!

Silent night, holy night
All is calm, all is bright
Round yon Virgin Mother and Child
Holy Infant so tender and mild
Sleep in heavenly peace
Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night!
Shepherds quake at the sight
Glories stream from heaven afar
Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia!
Christ, the Saviour is born
Christ, the Saviour is born

Silent night, holy night
Son of God, love's pure light
Radiant beams from Thy holy face
With the dawn of redeeming grace
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth "
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Shaquille O'Neal and Jay Mohr riff on the NBA Playoffs and throw down their best rap game, plus Sheriff Shaq, James Harden and Borderline  

Shaquille O'Neal riffs on the NBA Playoffs with comedian and sports podcaster Jay Mohr, including dirty plays, LeBron James and Jay's rap game. Shaq also has some strong thoughts on James Harden and his post elimination partying. We talk about Shaq's run for Sheriff, and put him to the test in "Detective Shaq," Borderline makes a triumphant return after a week off, and a new game called "What Do You Stand For." Get into the mix on Twitter using #Shaqcast or email your best stuff to TheBigPodcastWithShaq@gmail.com.

Mohr Stories 392:  Kyle Kinane  

Comedian Kyle Kinane and I go looking for a lost shaker of salt which could be "Loose In Chicago" his comedy special. Put Your Name On It!

ACS: Jay Mohr and Jo Koy  

Jay Mohr debuts a new character, and talks with Adam about Elon Musks LA Tunnel project, billionaire divorce payouts, and the nuttiness of the real estate market. Plus, Jo Koy returns to discuss terrible commercials, and the lack of masculinity today.

Mohr Stories 391:  Adam Ray  

Adam Ray and I talk celebrity cruises, NKOTB and tried to discover how to #lifeyourlife. Put Your Name On It!

The Adventures Of Maisie - Maisie Wants A New Car (04-06-50)  


Maisie Wants A New Car (Aired April 6, 1950)
She began in Hollywood as an extra in 1927. "Maisie and I were just together - I just understood her," Sothern, born Harriette Arlene Lake, said after several of the films made her a star. Throughout the 1930s and '40s, Ann Sothern and Lucille Ball, like many performers in Hollywood, had not one but two careers - one in motion pictures and one on radio. MGM Studios had created the series of ten motion pictures based on a brash blonde with a heart "of spun gold." Sothern, due in great part to the Maisie films type-casting, would ultimately admit she was "a Hollywood princess, not a Hollywood queen." But in its time, the Maisie series in film and on radio made her known and loved the world over. THIS EPISODE: April 6, 1950. "Maisie Wants A New Car" - Program #20. MGM syndication. Commercials added locally. Maisie goes for a test-drive at a used car dealer and meets a telephone pole. Back at work, Maisie drops the ball, and almost everything else. The date above is the date of first broadcast on WMGM, New York City. Ann Sothern, Gerald Mohr, Sheldon Leonard, Frank Nelson, Arthur Phillips (writer), Jack McCoy (announcer), Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Lurene Tuttle, Sidney Miller, Joan Banks, Peter Leeds, Shepard Menken. 27:46. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Episode 2014 - Jay Mohr  

Taking shelter with Jay Mohr.This episode is brought to you by ZipRecruiter (www.ziprecruiter.com/happy) and Casper Mattresses (www.casper.com/pardo).

Mohr Stories 390:  Norman Lear  

Holy Man. Norman Lear. Holy Man. He's never not been there. Loving. Thank you Sir. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 390:  Norman Lear  

Holy Man. Norman Lear. Holy Man. He's never not been there. Loving. Thank you Sir. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 390:  Norman Lear  

Holy Man. Norman Lear. Holy Man. He's never not been there. Loving. Thank you Sir. Put Your Name On It!

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe - Red Wind (06-17-47)  


Red Wind (Aired June 17, 1947)
The first portrayal of Philip Marlowe on the radio was by Dick Powell, when he played Raymond Chandler's detective on the Lux Radio Theater on June 11, 1945. This was a radio adaptation of the 1944 movie, from RKO, in which Mr. Powell played the lead. Two years later, Van Heflin starred as Marlowe in a summer replacement series for the Bob Hope Show on NBC. This series ran for 13 shows. On September 26, 1948, Gerald Mohr became the third radio Marlowe, this time on CBS. It remained a CBS show through its last show in 1951. THIS EPISODE: June 17, 1947. NBC network. "The Red Wind". Sponsored by: Pepsodent. The first show of the series, as a summer replacement for Bob Hope. The same story was re-done a year later with a different cast. Forty-one matched pearls with a diamond propeller clasp...a good reason for murder! The show is referred to as "The Pepsodent Show." Van Heflin, Lyn Murray (composer, conductor), Raymond Chandler (creator, writer), Milton Geiger (adaptor), Lurene Tuttle, Wendell Niles (announcer), William Conrad, James Fonda (producer, director), William Johnstone, Harry Bartell. 29:30. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


#308 – Jay Mohr vs. David Smalley  

EXPLICIT! David joins comedian and actor, Jay Mohr in his living room to talk about comedy, the Bible, belief, Jesus, religion, and atheism.

#308 – Jay Mohr vs. David Smalley  

EXPLICIT! David joins comedian and actor, Jay Mohr in his living room to talk about comedy, the Bible, belief, Jesus, religion, and atheism.

Mohr Stories 389:  Joe DeRosa  

Joe DeRosa and I talk about life. Impressions, music...poems....Put Your Name On It!

The Lux Radio Theater - The Treasure Of Sierra Madre (04-18-49)  


The Treasure Of Sierra Madre (Aired April 18, 1949)
Lux Radio Theater employed several hosts over the following year, eventually choosing William Keighley as the new permanent host, a post he held from late 1945 through 1952. After that, producer-director Irving Cummings hosted the program until it ended in 1955. For its airings on the Armed Forces Radio Service (for which it was retitled Hollywood Radio Theater), the program was hosted by Don Wilson in the early '50s. THIS EPISODE: April 18, 1949. CBS network. "The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre". Sponsored by: Lux. A story of gold and greed in the mountains of Mexico. The last commercial has been deleted. The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre again on February 15, 1955). Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, Frank Lovejoy, William Keighley (host), John Milton Kennedy (announcer), Louis Silvers (music director), Gerald Mohr, Don Diamond, William Johnstone, Jimmy Ogg, Jack Petruzzi, Charles La Torre, Jack Kruschen, Jay Novello, Edward Marr, John McGovern, Claudia Barrett (intermission guest), Dorothy Lovett (commercial spokesman: as "Libby"), John Huston (screenwriter), Fred MacKaye (director), Sanford Barnett (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effects). 55:56. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Max Müller - 28.04.2017  

Bei den "Rosenheim Cops" spielt Max Müller seit der ersten Folge den Polizeiobermeister Michael Mohr. Aber der Schauspieler ist auch ein Gesangstalent. Bei uns in der Abendschau stellt er heute seine neueste CD mit dem Titel "Tierisch" vor.

Mohr Stories 388:  Skyler Stone  

Hoooray to my friend Skyler Stone. Long time friend, long time comic and actor. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories Classics:  #349  Jeanie Buss  

We revisit our first meeting with Jeanie Buss. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 387:  James Stemple  

Film Composer James Stemple talks sound, 99cent Store and bycicle bells with me and Pete Turner. Fascinating conversation. Put your Name On it!

The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe - The Black Halo (01-15-49)  


The Black Halo (Aired January 15, 1949)
The first portrayal of Phillip Marlowe on the radio was by Dick Powell, when he played Raymond Chandler's detective on the Lux Radio Theater on June 11, 1945. This was a radio adaptation of the 1944 movie, from RKO, in which Mr. Powell played the lead. Two years later, Van Heflin starred as Marlowe in a summer replacement series for the Bob Hope Show on NBC. This series ran for 13 shows. On September 26, 1948, Gerald Mohr became the third radio Marlowe, this time on CBS. It remained a CBS show through its last show in 1951. THIS EPISODE: January 15, 1949. CBS network. "The Black Halo". Sustaining. Marlowe is hired to find the missing Julia Perry. Murder and a suicide complicate the case and add a surprise ending. Gerald Mohr, Raymond Chandler (creator), Richard Aurandt (composer, conductor), Norman Macdonnell (producer, director), Robert Mitchell (writer), Mel Dinelli (writer), Gene Levitt (writer), Joan Banks, Jack Kruschen, Jeff Corey, Paul Frees, Peter Leeds, Lois Corbett, Roy Rowan (announcer). 29:30. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


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