By Chris Willman. For all of the success he had giving audiences the silent treatment, Shepard had plenty of speaking roles in his career, on- and off-screen. Shepard opened an off-Broadway theater, the Writer Act Repertoire, and the long-running space that bore his name, the Richmond Shepard Theatre, in the s and s. Shepard was born in Brooklyn in Raised Jewish, Shepard was reported by his family to have embraced Subud, an Indonesian-based spiritual movement, as his religious practice.
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He volunteered to serve in the Second Boer War : however, an injury sustained while en route to the railway station rendered him permanently disabled and unable to serve. He studied for the ministry at Cuddesdon College and was ordained priest in Returning to work with the poor at Oxford House, in he suffered the first of what would prove to be recurrent breakdowns due to overwork. With the onset of war , Sheppard spent some months as chaplain to a military hospital in France, before being sent home with exhaustion.
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After several years of recession-induced stability, New York radio resumed playing musical chairs in The most shocking move was the disappearance of WRKS By year's end, WBLS had vaulted into the top five in the ratings.
Milkman's Matinee is an American radio disc jockey radio program that began on WNEW in New York City in ,  with the concept later being adopted by other radio stations. The WNEW show was notable for being at least in its era the longest daily program  on radio at five hours  and for making WNEW the first radio station in the world  to broadcast 24 hours a day. Judis's entry in the book says, "When authoritative columnist Walter Winchell wished in print for a radio station that would keep metropolitan New York's all-night work force company during the wee hours, Judis introduced the Milkman's Matinee. Eastern Time, he made free entertainment available to more than , night-shift workers in the New York metropolitan area. For six nights a week, he entertained charwomen, bakers, tugboat crews, cab drivers, and others who worked through the early morning hours.