Thanks for the update. As always, I appreciate it greatly, as I imagine most of your customers do. You may recall that my wife has Alzheimer's. Nonetheless, she still enjoys the theater of the mind -- OTR and audiobooks included.
In fact, her neurologist continues to marvel that her sense of humor remains sharp as her other abilities erode. It's not unusual for AD patients to retain an appreciation of music (it's a left brain, right brain phenomenon), but a sense of humor isn't as common. So OTR is a staple during car trips for us.
Thanks so much for the show samples at the website. There have been a few where an "audition" show has been helpful and some where we were sorry there isn't one -- the South Africa "Avengers," for example.
Incidentally, if you need a testimonial for the samplers, my wife and I can attest to what a delight they are. There are programs you won't hear anywhere else because not enough episodes have been preserved, and some that serve as auditions of others that have led to our purchasing the full set.
In once case, "Country Doctor" starring Jean Hersholt, we even purchased DVDs of the movie series based on what we heard on a sampler disc. So these collections, which really do have something for every taste, have introduced us to programs that have become new favorites with actors whose movie
careers often parallel their broadcast work. It's also interesting to note those whose talent transfers well from screen to mike and those who don't because they aren't as capable of using their voice alone to convey emotion as are others.
Once again, Jon, thanks so much for the entertainment and for what also serves my wife as therapy.