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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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Tim Mohr über DDR-Punks - "Schaff dir die Welt, in der du leben willst"  
Punkhochburgen gab es Ende der 70er-Jahre in New York, London und Westberlin. Was viele nicht wissen: Auch in Ostberlin wuchs eine Szene heran. US-Autor und DJ Tim Mohr hat Stasi-Akten gewälzt, Zeitzeugen interviewt und ein Buch darüber geschrieben. "Die Punkszene im Osten war absolut anders", sagte Mohr im DLF.

Tim Mohr im Gespräch mit Christoph Reimann
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Corsogespräch XL: US-Autor und DJ Tim Mohr über die Punkbewegung in der DDR  

Autor: Reimann, Christoph
Sendung: Corso
Hören bis: 28.09.2017 16:15

Dipping into Superannuation to pay for a house deposit: Great idea or just plain stupid?  

The Government is considering, as part of the upcoming May budget, to help young Australians purchase their first home. One discussed measure is to allow them to access their superannuation to pay for the deposit needed when buying a house. But is...

(Die Regierung von Malcolm Turnbull erwägt, jungen Australiern im Budget vom Mai zu erlauben, die Pensionskasse anzuzapfen, um das "Deposit" für den Hauskauf (je nach Bank: 5-20 Prozent) zu bezahlen. Für Ex-Premierminister Paul Keating, eine Schnappsidee. Was sagen andere, zum Beispiel der deutsche Unternehmer Dr. Jens Mohr?)

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Box 13 - Speed To Burn (06-26-49)  


Speed To Burn (Aired June 26, 1949)
Most of the episodes were based on Dan Holiday replying to a letter he received at Box 13. He would generally solve a mystery in the process, and return to his office in time to enjoy a hearty laugh at the expense of Suzy, his amusingly stupid secretary. He would certainly not meet the strictest requirements for private eyes (not licensed, collected no fees from clients), but the definition should stretch to sneak him in under the rope. It was heard over the Mutual Broadcasting System as well as being syndicated. The series was produced by Mayfair Productions. Box 13, starring Alan Ladd as Dan Holiday. Sylvia Picker played Suzy, Dan Holiday's secretary and Edmond MacDonald as Lt. Kling. Other stars in the series were Betty Lou Gerson, Lurene Tuttle, Alan Reed, Luis Van Rooten, John Beal and Frank Lovejoy. Music was by Rudy Schrager and the writer was Russell Hughes. THIS EPISODE: June 26, 1949. Program #45. Mutual network origination, Mayfair syndication. "Speed To Burn". Commercials added locally. Why shouldn't a 1938 jalopy with a British tank engine go one hundred miles per hour? Alan Ladd, Albert Wagner (adaptor), Bernard Feins (writer), Gerald Mohr, Richard Sanville (director), Rudy Schrager (composer, conductor), Sylvia Picker, Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 26:56. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


The Damon Runyon Theater - It Comes Up Mud (07-31-49)  


It Comes Up Mud (Aired July 31, 1949 )
The Damon Runyon Theater radio series dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories in weekly broadcasts running from October 1948 to September 1949 (with reruns until 1951). The series was produced by Alan Ladd's Mayfair Transcription Company for syndication to local radio stations. John Brown played the character "Broadway," who doubled as host and narrator. The cast also comprised Alan Reed, Luis Van Rooten, Joseph Du Val, Gerald Mohr, Frank Lovejoy, Herb Vigran, Sheldon Leonard, William Conrad, Jeff Chandler, Lionel Stander, Sidney Miller, Olive Deering and Joe De Santis. Pat O'Brien was initially engaged for the role of "Broadway". The original stories were adapted for the radio by Russell Hughes. THIS EPISODE: July 31, 1949 - Program #31. Mayfair syndication. "It Comes Up Mud". Commercials added locally. A story of "The Sport Of Kings," parts of which were used in "Guys and Dolls." Damon Runyon (author), John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (writer), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 29:01. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Mohr Stories 383:  David Smalley  

David Smalley explains teh Dogma Debate and what it means to be an agnostic atheist. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 383: David Smalley  

David Smalley explains the Dogma Debate and what it means to be an agnostic atheist. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 382:  Logan Lynn  

Logan Lynn is a musician, a friend, a brother and most importantly a survivor. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 382: Logan Lynn  

Logan Lynn is a musician, a friend, a brother and most importantly a survivor. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 381:  Bob Odenkirk  

A true renaissance man Bob Odenkirk and I break down sketch shows and talk about Girlfriends Day, his new movie on Netflix. Put Your Name On It!

Rogue's Gallery - The Corpse I Didn't Kill (06-13-46)  


The Corpse I Didn't Kill (Aired June 13, 1946)
Rogue's Gallery came to the Mutual network on September 27, 1945 with Dick Powell portraying Richard Rogue, a private detective who invariably ended up getting knocked out each week and spending his dream time in acerbic conversation with his subconscious self, Eugor. Rogue's Gallery was, in a sense, Dick Powell's rehearsal for Richard Diamond, Private Detective. Powell played private detective Richard Rogue, who trailed luscious blondes, protected witness, and did whatever else detectives do to make a living. It was a good series, though not destined to make much of a mark. Under the capable direction of Dee Englebach and accompanied by the music of Leith Stevens, Powell floated through his lines with the help of such competents as Lou Merrill, Gerald Mohr, Gloria Blondell, Tony Barrett, and Lurene Tuttle. Peter Leeds played Rogue's friend Eugor, an obscure play on names with Eugor spelling Rogue backwards. THIS EPISODE: June 13, 1946. Mutual network. "The Corpse I Didn't Kill". Sponsored by: Fitch's Shampoo, Fitch's Hair Tonic. Rogue's pal Joe Dale has been shot dead in his elegant home. Rogue is accused of the crime by two of his "friends." Rogue gets hit on the head only two minutes into the program! The program opening is slightly upcut, the system cue has been deleted or is added live. Dick Powell, Jim Doyle (announcer), Ray Buffum (writer), Leith Stevens (composer, conductor), Dee Englebach (director), Peter Leeds. 29:02. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Mohr Stories 380:  Deanna & Steve Adler  

Deanna Adler opens my heart with pure love. Listen to her story about her sons fight with addiction the read her book "Sweet Child of Mine: How I Lost My Son to Guns N' Roses". Put Your Name On It!

Episode 133 Daniel Mohr's Trunk Novel  

One of our AWESOME listeners, Daniel Mohr (AKA Germany Dan), sent us some pages from a novel he's working on, and we discuss them with our special guest, James Persichetti.

Mentioned this week:
J.R.R. Tolkien
The Music Man

Politik - 13.02.2017  

Bewegte Zeiten: Interessieren Sie sich wieder mehr für Politik? Mod.: Stephanie Heinzeller; Gast: Reinhard Mohr, Soziologe und Autor

Vascular Men's Bodies  
It's time for brand new episode of Travis Bickle on the Riviera, the world's only movie podcast, with your host Morgan Jeske and Sean Witzke. 

 

0:00:00 - 0:29:28 - Kate and Leopold (2001), directed by James Mangold, starring Meg Ryan, Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Breckin Meyer, Natasha Lyonne, Spalding Gray, and Bradley Whitford.  0:29:29 - 0:57:55 -  Go (1999), directed by Doug Liman, starring Sarah Polley, Timothy Olyphant, Katie Holmes, Scott Wolf, Jay Mohr, Desmond Askew, Nathan Bexton, Taye Diggs, William Fichtner, and Melissa McCarthy.  0:57:56 - 1:22:05 - Haywire (2011), directed by Steven Soderbergh, starring Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Channing Tatum, Michael Douglas, Michael Fassbender, Bill Paxton, Antonio Banderas, and Matthieu Kassovitz.  1:22:06 - 1:48:45 - Le Cercle Rouge (1970), directed by Jean Pierre Melville, starring Alain Delon, Gian Maria Volonte, Yves Montand, Andre Bourvil, and Anna Douking.   Next Week: Silence. Our outro music this week: is "Lord Knows" by the Dum Dum Girls. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from the hosts. You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. The hosts are on twitter too - TuckerMorgan, and Sean
Mohr Stories 379:  Shaka Senghor  

This episode profoundly moved me and my heart .. Shaka Senghor spent 19 years in prison for taking a life. Beautifully, impossibly, he rehabilitated his own. His New York Times best selling book, "Writing My Wrongs" is available at jaymohr.com. Put Your Name On It!

The Damon Runyon Theater - The Melancholy Dane (06-11-49)  


The Melancholy Dane (Aired June 12, 1949)
The Damon Runyon Theater radio series dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories in weekly broadcasts running from October 1948 to September 1949 (with reruns until 1951). The series was produced by Alan Ladd's Mayfair Transcription Company for syndication to local radio stations. John Brown played the character "Broadway," who doubled as host and narrator. The cast also comprised Alan Reed, Luis Van Rooten, Joseph Du Val, Gerald Mohr, Frank Lovejoy, Herb Vigran, Sheldon Leonard, William Conrad, Jeff Chandler, Lionel Stander, Sidney Miller, Olive Deering and Joe De Santis. Pat O'Brien was initially engaged for the role of "Broadway". The original stories were adapted for the radio by Russell Hughes. THIS EPISODE: June 12, 1949. Program #37. Mayfair syndication. "The Melancholy Dane". Commercials added locally. An actor crossed by vengeful critic enacts his revenge under most unusual circumstances. John Brown, Damon Runyon (author), Russell Hughes (adaptor), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor), Richard Sanville (director), Frank Gallop (announcer). 28:10. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Jay Mohr (Part 2)  

The theology half of Penn's visit to Jay Mohr's garage.

Mohr Stories 378:  Tom Rhodes  

Tom Rhodes. A fellow seeker and world traveler tells me his tales from stand up to Hindi Gods. Put Your Name On It!

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