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Next Question (Ep 10): Mary Did You Know, Carrie Fisher, Star Wars and CATS

This week, local Houstonian Mark Lowry shares tales of his life and career, and what inspired him to write the Christmas classic “Mary, Did You Know.” Also, my 2014 conversation with Princess Leia herself, Carrie Fisher; and Dustin Chase reviews the newest Star Wars film and the movie version of CATS. Plus, a little Christmas music from Aaron Lee Tasjan.

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You can listen to this week's episode ofNEXT QUESTIONwithErnie Manousein the audio above.

Below, you can find audio, video and photos of the various stories discussed on the show.

 

Beyond the Story:

Mark Lowry and some of the other versions of his modern classic Christmas song “Mary, Did You Know.”

Michael English – “Mary Did You Know”

Kathy Mattea – Mary Did You Know

Kathleen Battle – “Mary, Did You Know”

Kristine W – “Mary, Did You Know”

 

From The Vaults:

Above, enjoy Ernie Manouse's complete conversation with Carrie Fisher.

 

CHASE'n The Movies:

Film CriticDustin Chase discuss two new films – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and CATS

You can also read Dustin's full reviews by clickingHERE

 

Skyline Sessions:
Skyline SessionsproducerTroy Schulz brings us the song “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” by Aaron Lee Tasjan.

 

And that ends another episode ofNext Question with Ernie Manouse...

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Ernie Manouse

Senior Producer / Host

Ernie Manouse, a native of Binghamton, NY and a graduate of Loyola University Chicago, launched his broadcasting career with NBC News before working at Chicago radio station WLS-AM. In 1996, Ernie joined HoustonPBS (now Houston Public Media), and as an anchor and producer, he has garnered eleven Emmy Awards, five...

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