I was born in 1960, as the era of great radio dramas came to a close. Like many who missed the boat, I didn't appreciate the amazing creativity and richness of these programs. I began listening to classic radio and quickly learned that that my preconceived notions of 'old time radio' as boring and outdated were totally wrong. Finding OTRCAT was like a kid stumbling into a candy store; what a collection of historic treasures! It's a rare opportunity to better understand the creative genius of people like Orson Welles, Arch Oboler, and so many more. Quality is indeed timeless, as is entertainment. Give me radio Gunsmoke over the television version any day!