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OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

By Adam Graham

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Description

This show features five great detectives of Old Time Radio and follows from their first available case to their final bow. Along the way, Host Adam Graham provides insight and humor with his commentary. Our line-up features Night Beat, Rocky Fortune, Richard Diamond, Boston Blackie, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, and Dragnet

Customer Reviews

Big Mike

Adam is a great host for nostalgic radion programs. Check out his Dragnet podcast too.

Good luck with this new podcast!

We have been enjoying all of the Old Time Dragnet podcasts and are looking forward to following your newest podcast endeavor. Keep up the good work and thanks for so many hours of quality listening.

Much better, Adam!

I've really been enjoying each of the daily detective podcasts. Now that your initial news-packed intro to the whole program is in the past, you're finding a much better balance between info, ads, and discussion in your opening remarks. With Dragnet, I find that I am ready for a new episode before the week is half over. Unfortunately, the opposite is true with your new shows. Because I often start these new detective shows fairly late in the evening, I sometimes fall asleep before they are over. Then, with a brand new podcast coming with each new day, I'm beginning to get a little bit behind in my listening. Don't worry about it, though. I'm not complaining. Each show doesn't take up much space, and there will certainly come a long car trip during which I can listen to 3 or 4 shows. By the way - will your Sherlock Holmes podcasts include the Rathbone/Bruce shows? I hope so. You've got to love those opening ads for wine and such by a "present day" Dr. Watson! Thanks for bringing this fun and family-friendly entertainment into our homes!