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I have enjoyed all the detective shows that I have bought so far. My favourites are Philip Marlowe, The Saint, The Falcon, Mr Moto ( shame there were only 12 episodes ), Dangerous Assignment and The Fat Man. I love that famous actors were doing a weekly live? show and filming. I especially like when they go abroad. It was interesting to see how Japan and North Korea were treated in the 40s/50s.

My real reason for writing is that I ordered my last discs and I received them yesterday. I know part of this is the service of your post and my Royal Mail but is also due to you processing my orders within 24hrs. This is excellent. Thank you for the quick delivery!

I have ordered many shows over the years, and have enjoyed them all. I will continue to order other shows in the future.

Just a short note to let you know that the samplers, of which are always enjoyable, that is to say this particular one has been most enjoyable. My wife thanks you especially. She can't wait to get home from work to sit down to her puzzle book and listen.

So thanks so very much, and keep up the good work with the radio shows and the samplers.

I had to pinch myself...am I dreaming? Amazing collection of old time radio here!

I am 43 years old and have been intrigued by the idea of old time radio shows since I was a child. As a teen I purchased a couple of shows on cassette tape at the book store. I was infatuated with an old 1948 zenith tube radio that belonged to my grandma. That radio belongs to me now.
I purchased an FM transmitter to transmit cd's to it in the form of an FM radio signal. I am so pleased to listen to these old time radio shows from this old radio at last. These are good shows that take me back to the golden age of radio that I never experienced before.

I just want to thank you for the mp3 cd's. My car plays them so I am really enjoying the sampler with Bogart, Bacall, Alan Ladd, Broadway is My Beat. The Fats Waller has a bonus sampler! Haven't even gotten to Sherlock Holmes. Johnny Dollar or Jack Benny. Ecstatic that they play in my car.

Thank you for the very fast response. Businesses that ship instantly go on my excellent list. I already love your offerings and now I appreciate your efficiency.

Just wanted to write you a note to thank you very much for your great and excellent service. Just to say I got my CD's package in just 6 days via airmail to Singapore. I am so happy and ready to listen the dramas. Best regards and thanks again.

Old Time Radio from OTRCAT.com has changed my life...fixed my insomnia. They have become my Ambien and even if addictive...not so harmful!

I've been enjoying my Fibber McGee and Molly MP3s as I drive at night delivering lost and found luggage. They started in the late 30s. You begin
to hear from comments on the show that Europe has gone to war again. I'm now listening to 1940. Englandd will soon be standing alone against Germany.
I will enjoy living through WWII with the McGees (Marian and Jim Jordon) whom I know were very patriotic and did special shows about life at the home front during the war. When I come home and turn on the TV I find myself back in the 21st Century. It's a bit of a culture shock and a little scary to realize how much the government has taken over everything in our lives.

I received my order yesterday and once again I want to thank you for such a great job, not only of giving us these radio programs at a low cost, but, of course, for your speedy service. Thanks again.

Thank you so much for my MP3 CDs which arrived on Monday, having been ordered here from England just the previous Tuesday - some sort of postal record, I think! As usual I was most impressed by the quality of the recordings as well as of the shows themselves; the updated versions of some of my favourites (Phillip Marlowe, On Stage and Let George Do It) are brilliant, but they're the cause of a newly discovered medical problem - OTR Insomnia. Every night I've been putting off going to bed so that I can listen to just one more show, and let me tell you that the resulting 'panda eyes' are NOT a good look .

Great site and love that Cat!! Thanks, Jon, for keeping old radio alive and well.

WHEN I TELL PEOPLE THAT I LISTEN TO OLD TIME RADIO SHOWS THEY ASKED ME WHY DO I LISTEN TO SHOWS ON RADIO WHAT MAKES IT SO SPECIAL. I TELL THEM THAT ONE (BEING 70 YEARS OLD) IDIDN'T HAVE TV WHEN I WAS ACHILD LIKE THEY DO TODAY. RADIO WAS THE FAMILY'S ENTERTAINMENT OUTLET IN THE 40'S AND 50'S LISTENING TO THE SHOWS WAS THE WAY TO ENJOY THE EVENING. EVEN WHEN SOME THE SHOWS WENT TO TV IN THE 50'S THERE WAS SOMETHING MISSING. IT JUST WASN'T THE SAME FOR THE DRAMA.S, THE MISTERIES, AND ANY SHOW THAT WASN'T A VARIETY SHOW. THE REASON WAS THAT WHILE YOU COULD WATCH WHAT WAS GOING ON ON TV THE FACT THAT LISTENING TO THE RADIO YOU HAD TO USE YOUR IMAGINATION AND PICTURE IN YOUR MIND WHAT WENT ON. THIS MADE YOU PAY MORE ATTENTION TO WHAT WAS GOING ON. THAT IS WHY I LOVE LISTENING TO THE OLD SHOWS NOW BESIDES BRING BACK FOND MEMORIES OF MY CHILDHOOD AND SPENDING TIME WITH THR REST OF THE FAMILY. THE SHOWS ARE VIVID IN YOUR MIND. JON THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO HELP PRESERVE THOSE MEMORIES FOR US. ANDY

Thanks for running such a great business. I've really enjoyed everything I've gotten from you and love to tell people how much fun these old shows are. Great for the imagination!

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