Communists and Cold War - This extensive collection includes radio shows, news broadcasts, psa's, and debates about The Red Scare, McCarthyism, and The Cold War which pervaded politics, cultures, life and more in second half the the 20th Century.
I was a Communist for the FBI - This series capitalized on the new Red scare of the early 1950s: recorded without any assistance from the FBI, which refused to cooperate.
Atomic Radio Collection - (update) A new OTRCAT original collection featuring radio shows inspired by the Atomic Age. A blast from the past, this collection includes a bombardment of shows from all genres including Science Fiction, comedy, horror, detective, and drama.
Catholic Hour - (update) now with additional episodes: featured different guest speakers on different topics. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (best known as the host of televisions' "Life Is Worth Living" in the 1950s) often hosted the program and proclaimed: "We are at the end of a non-religious era."
This is the Story - (update) with additional recordings: this old time radio show takes a fascinating in depth look into unknown tidbits about people and events that shaped our culture, history, and world.