We hope you're enjoying the old time radio shows from Old Time Radio Catalog (OTRCAT.com).
Many listeners write to us about the happy memories that they have listening to children's radio shows like Little Orphan Annie, Let's Pretend, Howdy Doody Time, Big John and Sparky and many more. Sometimes just hearing the theme music to any of these great shows will take you back to happy times curled up in front of the radio set.
You can share happy memories with loved ones today as kids still enjoy listening to old time radio shows. They are perfect for long car rides and the children's serials like Superman, Captain Midnight, or Flash Gordon will keep both you and your kid in suspense with clean entertainment.
Wholesome family activities are very important today as children are bombarded with messages from the media. Many listeners believe that old time radio shows foster imagination and creativity in budding minds. Often called the theater of the mind, old time radio shows promote active listening skills and mental stimulation rather than passively watching cartoons, movies, and other visual media.
The children's old time radio shows can also foster education. Many homeschoolers order history shows to supplement their children's education. Teachers and instructors have also used our radio shows in conjunction with their curriculum.
We do not recommend some of the horror and mystery shows for younger audiences because they can be pretty spooky – even for adults. But preteens and teenagers may enjoy many shows in the mystery, horror, and even sci-fi genre. We have many teenage listeners who enjoy old time radio shows on their mobile devices.
Decoder Ring and Sunday Memories
Remembers Edward Joel Pawley
Devon Wilkins: Memories
from a Canadian Dairy Farm
Remembering The Hermit's Cave
Miss.Fee the Dial-Switcher
Richard George Pedicini:
Remembering writing for Jack Benny!
Giovanni Iuliani: Into the 1950s
and the Radio Lure of the Circus
Remembering 1940-50s New York Radio
Remembering Sci-fi Radio
Giving a Christmas Radio Present
New Zealand Flood Radio!
Old Time Radio in Iraq
Memories of being on the radio
Remembering UK's 1950s Radio
Gramps 'n Me
Remembering Radio's Heros
"I Remember Radio..."
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