The Farmland Almanac with Harrison Beillor is an audio satire inspired by the multitalented Garrison Keillor’s Writer’s Almanac.
The Gabriel Theatre on the Air pays homage to the Mercury Theatre on the Air, founded by Orson Welles and a wonderful mentor of Christopher’s, John Houseman.
Gabriel’s Angels highlights an exceptional person, or a group of people, in a company, a school, perhaps a house of worship or the community (any community in the nation or abroad) doing extraordinary things that make him or her worthy of being recognized as someone who goes above and beyond trying to make the world (or a small part of it) a better place. One person every month (sometimes more than one per month) will be interviewed live on The Christopher Gabriel Program and receive a great gift package as well as being featured on the WDAY website and here on CG’s website.
Eye on Monday offers a collection of images and photo essays designed to give you a better view of CG’s world. From a rare behind-the-scenes look at the renowned Gabriel Finger Puppet Theatre to some of Christopher’s favorite places to go, there’s always something interesting in pictures and words.
The Videos are random, spur-of-the-moment, highly under-produced slices of life that take you on a journey… somewhere. Tutorials on how to accept a text message at a meeting, CG’s Blog Harbor offices adjusting to the economy, behind-the -scenes looks at WDAY… in one way or another, they’re all just beyond the fringe. All of them were produced by CG, save for one that illustrates how Greek Easter is celebrated by a couple of churches on the Greek Island of Chios… incidentally no one was hurt in the making of that video, incredible as it may seem.
Gabriel’s Gallery (coming soon!) is very cool. We want kids, or the parents of kids, 12 and under to submit their artwork or photography to hang in our virtual gallery. The only thing we want included with the artwork/photo is a first name, age and town. No last names, no addresses . . . nothing more than name, age and town. The creative spirit and ability of young people are wonderful things to behold and we’d like to show them off for all to see.