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What a great site - I have bought several CDs and they are all wonderful Good to see the British shows are available too. I never expected to hear most of them again, now they are a constant delight, as are the American Radio Shows - I love the Kraft Music ones. I have recommended the site to friends too. Keep up the good work. Mina

I recently returned from an almost three-week trip to Canyonlands NP and the Grand Canyon. I'm a tent camper, and every night I went to sleep listening to old-time radio shows I've acquired from OTRCAT.com. One night, the temperature dropped to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, but these great recordings helped to keep me warm.

I love these old shows. I am a private investigator and listen to then while doing surveillance. The time flies by!

I am a new custormer to this website.I am glad I found it.I am very pleases with my first order.It got here quick.I visit this website daily.And will be placing another order soon.Thank You not only for a great website,but for good service also.And the radio shows are at a great price of only $5.00 a Cd.
Thank You..Charles

I love this site and visit it daily. I am downloading all free shows. However, my birthday is this month and I have advised several of my friends to purchase shows as my present. I am looking forward to getting hundreds of shows for my birthday. I am so excited. Thank you for this site. It has improved the quality of life. Thanks, Thanks and Thanks again.

I'm fairly new to the radio classics, and wish I'd been aware of them years ago. The comedy is timeless, and I'd highly recommend the generously-loaded MP3 discs as gifts for older parents. Years ago, my mother would occasionally mention how funny Jack Benny, Rochester, and Phil Harris were on the radio. After she was stricken with a serious stroke, she would d to hear those old-time shows, I'm sure of it. Pity that I wasn't 'in tune' with the abundance of programming that was available...I'd hunt up various DVDs for her, but these radio shows would have made her last years a lot more enjoyable....they were a special part of her life. To those of you with folks who are housebound or not mobile---consider giving them a trip back to lighter, funnier days. I wish I had. Thanks for doing such a good job making all these available, Jon------

I've been an otr fan a long time. I've gotten great MP3 discs and downloaded shows to put on discs. you have shown me a good many treasures of the otr world.

Really appreciate having you to turn to for my Old Time Radio Shows!!! I'm 63...remember listening to "The Shadow" in front of our Zenith (Which I have refinished & still have working....it was purchased the day I was born in 1946). I have ordered quite a few MP3's from you and can't thank you enough for the enjoyment it has given me.

I’ve been an OTRcat.org shopper for years. Recently my father, who just turned 89 had been having some health issues. He was having anxiety attacks which were making his heart race. He would then take his pulse and see his heart rate was up that would make him more frightened causing his heart race even faster. After a particularly bad spell of this I took him to the emergency cardiac unit at a local hospital.

For hours he fretted about his heart rate while the doctors told him that he just needed to relax as they ran a series of tests on him. Of course, this took hours, during which he keep asking me what his heart rate was on the monitor. As I sat as his bed I realized I had my Ipod with me. I had just loaded a bunch of Great Gildersleeves. I said, do you want to hear an old radio show… and I put in the ear buds and started the shows. He laid back and began to relax… he was so quiet that I was worried for a moment until I heard him start to laugh. All the while his heart rate went down and down until it was normal.

A few hours and several shows later (he even wanted to take the shows into the lab when they were going to run tests on him) the sent him home with a full bill of health. On the car on the way home he said, “All I needed were these shows…” I left him with my Ipod and came back the next day with an mp3 player and all of my Gildersleeve and Fibber discs. Whenever he feels anxious he sits back and listens.

So grateful… thanks OTRcat!!

Jon,
I love the mousepad, several folks at work have commented on it. One wrote down your website. I love the Johnny Mercer set. I have never heard the complete Camel Caravan shows. When I was on the radio years ago, I used to play LP tracks taken from those broadcasts. If and when I get a website up, I will include an OTRCAT link. Thank you for providing such a great resource.
Bob

As a new customer, I absolutely agree with Mort from New York! I'm so grateful to have found this site. My order was filled accurately and promptly and the two extras were really nice; one of them quite unexpected! I have a large collection and will probably not be ordering frequently, but I know where to come when I do want something. Thanks again!

I love this site! My mother purchased a cassette of two Shadow shows for my brother and myself years ago and we must have listened to it a billion times. Imagine my surprise to find the volumes of shows on your site. My brother and I have made multiple purchases and cannot get enough. My favorite thing to do is to put a variety of shows on my i-pod and bring the thrills of yesteryear into the high tech era.

Being used to seeing a show on TV, I would have never guessed how great "seeing" a show in my mind could be. It's got me hooked!

Just listened to a bit of the old radio show "Straight Arrow" It's the episode called "Stage to Calvedos."
They talked about naming Straight Arrow's golden palomino horse. Well, they did have a contest, and I was the winner, submitting the name "Fury." Here's a picture of me with my grandmother that was taken when I found out that I won. Now I have to send this episode to my 9 year old grandson and see if he gets as hooked to Straight Arrow as I did so many years ago.

Hi once again Jon......

To show how bad my addiction is..... You were kidding me about sitting out in the driveway to catch the last part of a show??

Well remember I told you of the radio my grandfather gave me when I was a wee lad (many, many Years ago) ? The first thing that I did to that radio was to disconnect the speaker and hook up a set of headphones so that I could listen to it in bed without my parents knowing since as a child I was supposed to be in bed and asleep rather early.

Jon ....old habits die hard my friend....I have a three disc cd player beside my bed. The player has a sleep timer on it and is set for at least an hours worth of play time and to add insult to injury it is connected to a pillow speaker so that my wife thinks that I am asleep but in truth I am revisiting my youth and am listening to the radio shows.

Me have an addiction ..... Naw........ or if it is then do not ever send me out for the cure.

Thanks again

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