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Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Michael Hingson
 

I too would like to get these episodes. Thanks.

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> On Behalf Of ehrbek
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 1:07 PM
To: 'main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io' <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

 

I'd like to get the Fibber episodes .

Thanks Larry

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From: "Larry Maupin"
To: "oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Saturday September 25 2021 2:41:11PM
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

I am a member of this group, and also have recently become the online librarian of the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound.  A couple of weeks ago 11 new episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly were uploaded to the library's Dropbox account.  I did find one in the OTRR Library with the same title but a different date.  All of them are from 1935, the first year of the program.  Their sound quality is very good.

 

If you are a fan of the show I will be happy to send all of them to you.  All you need to do is send me an email and write something simple like "I would like to have them" and I will get them to you to you within one day.  Perhaps I don't need to say it, but there is no charge for them.

 

Larry Maupin


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Larry Maupin


Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

ehrbek
 

I'd like to get the Fibber episodes .
Thanks Larry

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From: "Larry Maupin"
To: "oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io"
Cc:
Sent: Saturday September 25 2021 2:41:11PM
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

I am a member of this group, and also have recently become the online librarian of the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound.  A couple of weeks ago 11 new episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly were uploaded to the library's Dropbox account.  I did find one in the OTRR Library with the same title but a different date.  All of them are from 1935, the first year of the program.  Their sound quality is very good.

If you are a fan of the show I will be happy to send all of them to you.  All you need to do is send me an email and write something simple like "I would like to have them" and I will get them to you to you within one day.  Perhaps I don't need to say it, but there is no charge for them.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Larry Maupin
 

Hi Scott,

Thank you for replying to my message, and I'll send the episodes to you no later than tomorrow morning.

Best regards,

Larry

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From: "Scott Galley via groups.io"
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Saturday September 25 2021 3:50:41PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

I am very interested, Larry.

scottgalley@...

Take care;
Scott
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Larry Maupin


Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Scott Galley
 

I am very interested, Larry.

scottgalley@...

Take care;
Scott


Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Larry Maupin
 

Hi Bob, 

Thank you for replying to my message, and I will have the episodes to you by no later than tomorrow morning.

Best regards,

Larry

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From: bob_pedersen@...
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io, oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Saturday September 25 2021 3:35:14PM
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Me too, please.
 
Thanks!
 
Bob Pedersen
bob_pedersen@...
 
 
From: Litsey, Alan via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 11:47 AM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io ; 'oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io'
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available
 

Hi Larry, I would love to have a copy of the Fibber McGee and Molly shows. Thank you so much.

 

Warm regards, Alan

 

alitsey@...

Alan Litsey

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 1:41 PM
To: 'oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io' <oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

I am a member of this group, and also have recently become the online librarian of the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound.  A couple of weeks ago 11 new episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly were uploaded to the library's Dropbox account.  I did find one in the OTRR Library with the same title but a different date.  All of them are from 1935, the first year of the program.  Their sound quality is very good.

 

If you are a fan of the show I will be happy to send all of them to you.  All you need to do is send me an email and write something simple like "I would like to have them" and I will get them to you to you within one day.  Perhaps I don't need to say it, but there is no charge for them.

 

Larry Maupin


--
Larry Maupin


Virus-free. www.avast.com

--
Larry Maupin


Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

bob_pedersen@...
 

Me too, please.
 
Thanks!
 
Bob Pedersen
 
 
From: Litsey, Alan via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 11:47 AM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io ; 'oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io'
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available
 

Hi Larry, I would love to have a copy of the Fibber McGee and Molly shows. Thank you so much.

 

Warm regards, Alan

 

alitsey@...

Alan Litsey

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 1:41 PM
To: 'oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io' <oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

I am a member of this group, and also have recently become the online librarian of the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound.  A couple of weeks ago 11 new episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly were uploaded to the library's Dropbox account.  I did find one in the OTRR Library with the same title but a different date.  All of them are from 1935, the first year of the program.  Their sound quality is very good.

 

If you are a fan of the show I will be happy to send all of them to you.  All you need to do is send me an email and write something simple like "I would like to have them" and I will get them to you to you within one day.  Perhaps I don't need to say it, but there is no charge for them.

 

Larry Maupin


--
Larry Maupin


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Litsey, Alan
 

Hi Larry, I would love to have a copy of the Fibber McGee and Molly shows. Thank you so much.

 

Warm regards, Alan

 

alitsey@...

Alan Litsey

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> on behalf of Larry Maupin <lmaupin@...>
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 1:41 PM
To: 'oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io' <oldtimeradioresearchers@groups.io>
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

I am a member of this group, and also have recently become the online librarian of the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound.  A couple of weeks ago 11 new episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly were uploaded to the library's Dropbox account.  I did find one in the OTRR Library with the same title but a different date.  All of them are from 1935, the first year of the program.  Their sound quality is very good.

 

If you are a fan of the show I will be happy to send all of them to you.  All you need to do is send me an email and write something simple like "I would like to have them" and I will get them to you to you within one day.  Perhaps I don't need to say it, but there is no charge for them.

 

Larry Maupin


--
Larry Maupin


New Episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly Available

Larry Maupin
 

I am a member of this group, and also have recently become the online librarian of the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound.  A couple of weeks ago 11 new episodes of Fibber McGee and Molly were uploaded to the library's Dropbox account.  I did find one in the OTRR Library with the same title but a different date.  All of them are from 1935, the first year of the program.  Their sound quality is very good.

If you are a fan of the show I will be happy to send all of them to you.  All you need to do is send me an email and write something simple like "I would like to have them" and I will get them to you to you within one day.  Perhaps I don't need to say it, but there is no charge for them.

Larry Maupin

--
Larry Maupin


Re: Audacity alternatives

Wild West Designs
 

I found another alternative to Audacity, but this one is quite a bit different.

It is called Bespoke.  It is talked about more for music (but most DAWs are), I have just started to mess around with it yesterday.  It is a different paradigm to Audacity (and the other more "mature" audio programs).  It is node based more then it is timeline based (that my be a deal breaker for some, I have gotten used to it, because Blender uses it lot like that as well, nodes for just about everything).

It is also openGL, meaning it uses an immediate mode gui versus the traditional retained mode.  While it will look the same on all platforms, it won't look native to any one of them.  While that doesn't bother me again (I actually use SDL and Raylib for my games and programs which makes use of openGL), it is something worth mentioning.

It does allow for VST plugins, I don't know if it's specific to any one platform or if it's for all.  For instance, with Ardour it appears to only able to host VST plugins on the Windows version.

While I do enjoy Ardour as an alternative to Audacity (Ardour is a fully featured DAW unlike Audacity), unfortunately, it uses the GTK toolkit (as does Mint and even Audacity as it uses wxWidgets, which is based off GTK) and apparently that project has gotten under fire lately (for those that use Linux, if you have heard of Solus, they are actually switching away from it to another toolkit for their flagship Budgie addition and deprecating their Gnome edition with the next release).  I have to wonder what is going to happen there.  Maybe nothing, but I am hedging my bets.

Anyway, I thought I would mention it as another potential tool to use.  It is very, very different.  Just keep that in mind if want to try it out.


Re: My OTR Website

WOJ
 

Scott, well done!
Thank you for sharing your extensive library with the option to collect!
I have been searching for Canadian radio drama productions, to add to my collection for a very long time.
I have Midnight Cab and The Mystery Project, CBC Monday Playbill (and the like from archive.org) - but never heard of the others (but may have heard them on air years ago in passing).
I'm excited to explore your collection!

Thank you again!!!


Springbok Radio

Scott Galley
 

All this talk of Medical FIle and Address Unknown brings up an interesting topic, namely South African radio. To my knowledge, there is no book or website dealing exclusively with the history and shows that came out of South Africa during its long history of dramatic radio. I know of 'Taxi', 'General Motors on Safari', 'The Avengers', etc; but does anyone know of a good source for information dealing with Springbok Radio and South African dramatic radio culture in general? I find these more 'exotic' (at least to North American ears) shows and broadcasters an endless source of fascination.

Scott


Re: My OTR Website

 

Very nice website Scott - well done!

On Saturday, September 25, 2021, 12:37:06 AM EDT, Scott <hello@...> wrote:


Hello All,
My name is Scott and I've been collecting radio shows since the mid nineties back when I use to do stuff for YesterdayUSA. 
Here is my website https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com  I'm not really doing anything special mostly I've just been migrating stuff from Archive.org and other places I've collected shows from for over the past 25 years.
 
I've built my own archiving framework that lets me either self host or use remote content in case unsure about copyright. Lately I've modified that framework to let me have separate sections.
One of these is the Mystery Project that was produced by the CBC. Although this is not OTR they did make some really good crime dramas from the early 1990s to the early 2000s that y'all might like
I've listed some of them below with a short synopsis.

About The Mystery Project: https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com/?menu=tmp
The Mystery Project was produced by CBC Radio (Canada). It aired every Saturday night on CBC Radio One (6:30 p.m. for most of Canada, 7:30 p.m. Maritimes, 8:00 p.m. Nfld.), and was repeated at 3:30 p.m. the following Mondays on The Roundup, also on Radio One.

They were produced in regional centres across the country and in the network studios in Toronto. Their mandate was to, hopefully "reflect the national fabric of Canada and beyond."The series ran from 1992 until 2002.

Each week, casual listeners got to puzzle through a fully dramatized radio-play with a resolved plot, while regular listeners had the added fun of following familiar characters' further adventures. The series was created by the Executive Producer, Bill Howell. Barry Morgan was the co-ordinating producer. With Host Bob Boving.

 

Bailey's Way
Written by Gordon Pengilly, Bailey's Way stars Esther Purves Smith as Tanis Bailey, a young rookie constable on the the Calgary Police Service determined to make’Detective’ just as soon as she can.


Becker House Detective

The hero of Becker: House Detective, another CBC radio series, Becker clues us in on his lot in life:

"The Queen of the Rockies. A Grand Hotel. About the last thing you'd expect to find in the Rockies in 1923, but then I may be the last thing you'd expect to find in a Grand Hotel. I'm the House Detective. Becker's the name. Just Becker."

So he's a 1920s house dick who, like the hotel, is a little out of place. It seems Becker has a few surprises in his past: a fancy pants eastern education (which, even then, must have gone over real well in Alberta), a stint as a mountain guide, of all things, and a tragedy that haunts him. and so he throws himself into his work, trying to protect the hotel and its guests from all sorts of trouble. And oh what guests! Film stars, American senators, European explorers, con men, flappers and maybe, just maybe, a gangster or two. Through it all, Becker tries to keep a cool head.

Clean Sweep
Meet Bonnie Marsden, a forty-five-year-old mother of four who hires herself out as a housekeeper when she loses her job as a loans officer in a small Nova Scotia town. But Bonnie ends up doing much more than housework as mystery, mayhem and murder abound in her home town of Membertou County.

Each week brings a startling new case that needs cleaning up: a child with Downs Syndrome is found frozen to death in the woods; Bonnie's son Robbie is accused of vandalism; and the local game warden is found dead in his own kitchen. So sit back, pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy the best of radio drama with eerie disappearances, unusual deaths, gripping plots, spinetingling suspense, and, of course, the smart sleuthing of Bonnie Marsden.

The series stars Deborah Allen as Bonnie and a host of other characters, including Richard Donat as Bonnie's husband, Big Ben; Michael Pellerin as RCMP Cpl. Kowalchuk; and George Jordan as local radio announcer Bob Smiley.

Music for the series is composed by Scott Macmillan and Dave Maclsaac. Clean Sweep, a CBC audience favourite, is a full cast mystery series produced and directed in Halifax. It has been broadcast on CBC Radio One's "The Mystery Project," which features one of the most popular and enduring forms of radio, the half-hour detective mystery. It aired on Saturdays at 6:30 pm ET and on "Richardson's Roundup" on Fridays at 3:30 pm ET.

Fallaway Ridge
4 episodes

Episode 1 - After a riding accident kills rancher 'Red' Pederson, his wife Annie is haunted by doubts about the event. She finds herself forced into playing detective. And the deeper she delves, the more suspicions come floating to the surface. That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One. 2001/10/22

Episode 2 - Annie believes she has unearthed the plot that led to the death of her husband. Now the tough part is to get the suspects to reveal themselves. But she has help - from an old family friend and spectral conversations with her dead husband. That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One. 2001/10/29

Episode 3 - The highway death of a young artist shifts Annie's innate curiosity into overdrive. Annie and Robbie follow a twisted trail into human emotions and the politics of a First Nation council. That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One. (CONCLUDES NEXT SATURDAY) 2001/11/03

Episode 4 - The conclusion of Fallaway Ridge by Eve Crawford and Catherine Dunphy. This week, Daughters: Annie and Red's long-lost daughter Kristen shows up unexpectedly to reclaim the child she left with her parents. But why now? That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One.by Eve Crawford and Catherine Dunphy

Michael Flynn
Flynn is a part-time private detective living on his boat in Vancouver. A middle-aged drop-out from UBC Law School, he now lives on the Blarney Boy, a weather-beaten sloop moored at the marina on Granville Island in the trendier-than-thou False Creek area, and works, when he feels like it, for his ex-boss lawyer Sam Greene, an eccentric old coot. All in all, though, he'd rather be sailing. It's a simple life, and Flynn's more than happy with things just the way they are. And then Sam's niece, W.P. (Willie) Greene, arrives from Toronto to complicate life for everyone.


Midnight Cab
The show starred David Ferry as WALKER DEVEREAUX, a young man, rather gullible and naive, from Bear River (north of Lake Superior) who comes to Toronto in order to become an author and winds up driving a cab on the midnight shift.

From the start, he keeps running into problems (such as that body that someone left in the trunk of his cab), and he solves the mysteries with the help of his girlfriend, wheelchair-bound Krista Papadopoulos (who dispatches cabs), Alfonso Piatelli (his boss), and Metro Police Inspector Wilfred Kiss (a friendly homicide cop).

Each episode is fairly self-contained, but the series builds on its past episodes as well, so we see Walker’s developing relationship with Krista, his coming to terms with the big city, etc.

The Old Guy
Charlie McMann is a retired Toronto Police detective who lives with an ancient cat. Charlie's a polite, awkward widower who runs a clock repair shop. A leftover from"Toronto-the-Good", he almost seems content to become a museum of himself. When he's called back to handle "delicate, unsolved" cases, Charlie discovers he's now living in one of the great multicultural cities of the world.Everything's changed since his day, and these days nobody even bothers to guess how open he is. Maybe that's what makes him such an effective policeman

Robert Haley is Charlie McMann
Ryan Rogerson is Malcolm
Karen Glave is Jolene=
WIlliam Colgate is Kirk McPhee
Hosted by Bob Boving
Producer:Bill Howell
Music Composed by Milan Kymlick

Peggy Delaney
A hard-drinking, hard-writing forty-ish Toronto newspaper columnist who can more than hold her own with any of the guys in the newsroom.

Pocket City Blues
Horton Spring is a 45 year old freelance writer and amateur detective who struggles to make ends meet in Victoria, British Columbia.

Cast:
Horton Spring - Michael Hogan
Jennifer (ex-wife) - Susan HoganNelson (son) - Chris Lovick

The Investigations of  Quentin Nickles
It's 1895, and Nickles is a new employee of the Ontario Constabulary, after a stint with Scotland Yard.

Recipe for Murder
Eight mystery stories a co-production of CBC Radio and ZBS. The stories are rather congenial, like an Agatha Christie BBC mystery, a lot of fascinating and slightly eccentric characters, wonderful dialogue, an occasional body, with a gentle humor throughout.

The hero, Jean-Claude, is a young sous-chef living in Montréal. In the first episode, A Sweet Death, the police arrest his close friend, Georges-Luc (who is from Haiti), charging him with murder. Jean-Claude proceeds to investigate on his own. A sweet death indeed, for this episode deals with the making of chocolates, all sorts, and the descriptions are heavenly.

Each story deals with a different type of food. The writer, Don Druick, is a gourmet cook from Montréal; his descriptions of various dishes and their preparation are so vivid, so enticing, there are times it’s almost painful to listen without wanting to run out and stuff yourself.

Each story focuses on a different type of cuisine. A Sweet Death deals with not only chocolates, but all sorts of sweets (and some of those sweeties are deadly). The second story, Buzz Buzz, centers around various delectable insects (and the nasty competition between two teachers at a cooking school). In Fugu, there’s Japanese cuisine; in The Ghost of Miz B, it’s Jewish cooking. And there’s also a murder to solve in every story.

Since our own writer, M. Fulton, once worked at a radio station in Montréal, and has a fondness for that city and it’s night life, he suggested we record on location; in the sidewalk cafés, restaurants, the Métro, the cobbled streets of Vieux Montréal, wherever the scenes actually take place. The sound is wonderfully rich, especially hearing Montréal in the summer ... it’s visually stimulating, the descriptions are enticing, and the smells are exquisite.


--
Bill
I started with nothing; I still have most of it.


Re: City Hospital

Ian Grieve
 

He has had all my Address Unknown transcriptions, he hasn't mentioned he needs more.  I know who has the lions share, it was his listing that kicked off my log.  Unfortunately he will not let me share the log, which is why I walked away from finishing it.

Ian





-------- Original message --------
From: "Scott Galley via groups.io" <scottgalley@...>
Date: 25/9/21 9:05 pm (GMT+10:00)
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] City Hospital

Any chance that those South African episodes of Medical File can be shared with the other Scott — namely me?

As to 'Address Unknown', Ian, I would love to see your list. Such a great show, but we're coming to the last of the Grace Gibson discs that Bruce has put out. Will leave a big hole in our Monday night listening, unless I can secure more.

Scott


Re: City Hospital

Scott Galley
 

Any chance that those South African episodes of Medical File can be shared with the other Scott — namely me?

As to 'Address Unknown', Ian, I would love to see your list. Such a great show, but we're coming to the last of the Grace Gibson discs that Bruce has put out. Will leave a big hole in our Monday night listening, unless I can secure more.

Scott


Re: City Hospital

Richard Davenport
 

Scott,
The files are on the way to you now.  I would welcome any of the ones I did not have.  Thanks for sharing them with me. 

Also, I found a few more here...




Rick

Labor ipse voluptas


On Friday, September 24, 2021, 10:54:54 PM CDT, Ian Grieve <austotr@...> wrote:


I have Ben's sorted SA copies of Address Unknown and I have logged 80% of the Australian series a couple of years ago.  Haven't got back to it.

Ian





-------- Original message --------
From: "Scott Galley via groups.io" <scottgalley@...>
Date: 25/9/21 10:54 am (GMT+10:00)
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] City Hospital

That's the same concern that I've had with 'Address Unknown', a favourite Australian series around our house. I'm interested in the South African version, of course, but don't know how many are mislabelled, etc;


My OTR Website

Scott
 

Hello All,
My name is Scott and I've been collecting radio shows since the mid nineties back when I use to do stuff for YesterdayUSA. 
Here is my website https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com  I'm not really doing anything special mostly I've just been migrating stuff from Archive.org and other places I've collected shows from for over the past 25 years.
 
I've built my own archiving framework that lets me either self host or use remote content in case unsure about copyright. Lately I've modified that framework to let me have separate sections.
One of these is the Mystery Project that was produced by the CBC. Although this is not OTR they did make some really good crime dramas from the early 1990s to the early 2000s that y'all might like
I've listed some of them below with a short synopsis.

About The Mystery Project: https://www.radio.dieselpunkindustries.com/?menu=tmp
The Mystery Project was produced by CBC Radio (Canada). It aired every Saturday night on CBC Radio One (6:30 p.m. for most of Canada, 7:30 p.m. Maritimes, 8:00 p.m. Nfld.), and was repeated at 3:30 p.m. the following Mondays on The Roundup, also on Radio One.

They were produced in regional centres across the country and in the network studios in Toronto. Their mandate was to, hopefully "reflect the national fabric of Canada and beyond."The series ran from 1992 until 2002.

Each week, casual listeners got to puzzle through a fully dramatized radio-play with a resolved plot, while regular listeners had the added fun of following familiar characters' further adventures. The series was created by the Executive Producer, Bill Howell. Barry Morgan was the co-ordinating producer. With Host Bob Boving.

 

Bailey's Way
Written by Gordon Pengilly, Bailey's Way stars Esther Purves Smith as Tanis Bailey, a young rookie constable on the the Calgary Police Service determined to make’Detective’ just as soon as she can.


Becker House Detective

The hero of Becker: House Detective, another CBC radio series, Becker clues us in on his lot in life:

"The Queen of the Rockies. A Grand Hotel. About the last thing you'd expect to find in the Rockies in 1923, but then I may be the last thing you'd expect to find in a Grand Hotel. I'm the House Detective. Becker's the name. Just Becker."

So he's a 1920s house dick who, like the hotel, is a little out of place. It seems Becker has a few surprises in his past: a fancy pants eastern education (which, even then, must have gone over real well in Alberta), a stint as a mountain guide, of all things, and a tragedy that haunts him. and so he throws himself into his work, trying to protect the hotel and its guests from all sorts of trouble. And oh what guests! Film stars, American senators, European explorers, con men, flappers and maybe, just maybe, a gangster or two. Through it all, Becker tries to keep a cool head.

Clean Sweep
Meet Bonnie Marsden, a forty-five-year-old mother of four who hires herself out as a housekeeper when she loses her job as a loans officer in a small Nova Scotia town. But Bonnie ends up doing much more than housework as mystery, mayhem and murder abound in her home town of Membertou County.

Each week brings a startling new case that needs cleaning up: a child with Downs Syndrome is found frozen to death in the woods; Bonnie's son Robbie is accused of vandalism; and the local game warden is found dead in his own kitchen. So sit back, pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy the best of radio drama with eerie disappearances, unusual deaths, gripping plots, spinetingling suspense, and, of course, the smart sleuthing of Bonnie Marsden.

The series stars Deborah Allen as Bonnie and a host of other characters, including Richard Donat as Bonnie's husband, Big Ben; Michael Pellerin as RCMP Cpl. Kowalchuk; and George Jordan as local radio announcer Bob Smiley.

Music for the series is composed by Scott Macmillan and Dave Maclsaac. Clean Sweep, a CBC audience favourite, is a full cast mystery series produced and directed in Halifax. It has been broadcast on CBC Radio One's "The Mystery Project," which features one of the most popular and enduring forms of radio, the half-hour detective mystery. It aired on Saturdays at 6:30 pm ET and on "Richardson's Roundup" on Fridays at 3:30 pm ET.

Fallaway Ridge
4 episodes

Episode 1 - After a riding accident kills rancher 'Red' Pederson, his wife Annie is haunted by doubts about the event. She finds herself forced into playing detective. And the deeper she delves, the more suspicions come floating to the surface. That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One. 2001/10/22

Episode 2 - Annie believes she has unearthed the plot that led to the death of her husband. Now the tough part is to get the suspects to reveal themselves. But she has help - from an old family friend and spectral conversations with her dead husband. That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One. 2001/10/29

Episode 3 - The highway death of a young artist shifts Annie's innate curiosity into overdrive. Annie and Robbie follow a twisted trail into human emotions and the politics of a First Nation council. That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One. (CONCLUDES NEXT SATURDAY) 2001/11/03

Episode 4 - The conclusion of Fallaway Ridge by Eve Crawford and Catherine Dunphy. This week, Daughters: Annie and Red's long-lost daughter Kristen shows up unexpectedly to reclaim the child she left with her parents. But why now? That's this Saturday evening on the Mystery Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One.by Eve Crawford and Catherine Dunphy

Michael Flynn
Flynn is a part-time private detective living on his boat in Vancouver. A middle-aged drop-out from UBC Law School, he now lives on the Blarney Boy, a weather-beaten sloop moored at the marina on Granville Island in the trendier-than-thou False Creek area, and works, when he feels like it, for his ex-boss lawyer Sam Greene, an eccentric old coot. All in all, though, he'd rather be sailing. It's a simple life, and Flynn's more than happy with things just the way they are. And then Sam's niece, W.P. (Willie) Greene, arrives from Toronto to complicate life for everyone.


Midnight Cab
The show starred David Ferry as WALKER DEVEREAUX, a young man, rather gullible and naive, from Bear River (north of Lake Superior) who comes to Toronto in order to become an author and winds up driving a cab on the midnight shift.

From the start, he keeps running into problems (such as that body that someone left in the trunk of his cab), and he solves the mysteries with the help of his girlfriend, wheelchair-bound Krista Papadopoulos (who dispatches cabs), Alfonso Piatelli (his boss), and Metro Police Inspector Wilfred Kiss (a friendly homicide cop).

Each episode is fairly self-contained, but the series builds on its past episodes as well, so we see Walker’s developing relationship with Krista, his coming to terms with the big city, etc.

The Old Guy
Charlie McMann is a retired Toronto Police detective who lives with an ancient cat. Charlie's a polite, awkward widower who runs a clock repair shop. A leftover from"Toronto-the-Good", he almost seems content to become a museum of himself. When he's called back to handle "delicate, unsolved" cases, Charlie discovers he's now living in one of the great multicultural cities of the world.Everything's changed since his day, and these days nobody even bothers to guess how open he is. Maybe that's what makes him such an effective policeman

Robert Haley is Charlie McMann
Ryan Rogerson is Malcolm
Karen Glave is Jolene=
WIlliam Colgate is Kirk McPhee
Hosted by Bob Boving
Producer:Bill Howell
Music Composed by Milan Kymlick

Peggy Delaney
A hard-drinking, hard-writing forty-ish Toronto newspaper columnist who can more than hold her own with any of the guys in the newsroom.

Pocket City Blues
Horton Spring is a 45 year old freelance writer and amateur detective who struggles to make ends meet in Victoria, British Columbia.

Cast:
Horton Spring - Michael Hogan
Jennifer (ex-wife) - Susan HoganNelson (son) - Chris Lovick

The Investigations of  Quentin Nickles
It's 1895, and Nickles is a new employee of the Ontario Constabulary, after a stint with Scotland Yard.

Recipe for Murder
Eight mystery stories a co-production of CBC Radio and ZBS. The stories are rather congenial, like an Agatha Christie BBC mystery, a lot of fascinating and slightly eccentric characters, wonderful dialogue, an occasional body, with a gentle humor throughout.

The hero, Jean-Claude, is a young sous-chef living in Montréal. In the first episode, A Sweet Death, the police arrest his close friend, Georges-Luc (who is from Haiti), charging him with murder. Jean-Claude proceeds to investigate on his own. A sweet death indeed, for this episode deals with the making of chocolates, all sorts, and the descriptions are heavenly.

Each story deals with a different type of food. The writer, Don Druick, is a gourmet cook from Montréal; his descriptions of various dishes and their preparation are so vivid, so enticing, there are times it’s almost painful to listen without wanting to run out and stuff yourself.

Each story focuses on a different type of cuisine. A Sweet Death deals with not only chocolates, but all sorts of sweets (and some of those sweeties are deadly). The second story, Buzz Buzz, centers around various delectable insects (and the nasty competition between two teachers at a cooking school). In Fugu, there’s Japanese cuisine; in The Ghost of Miz B, it’s Jewish cooking. And there’s also a murder to solve in every story.

Since our own writer, M. Fulton, once worked at a radio station in Montréal, and has a fondness for that city and it’s night life, he suggested we record on location; in the sidewalk cafés, restaurants, the Métro, the cobbled streets of Vieux Montréal, wherever the scenes actually take place. The sound is wonderfully rich, especially hearing Montréal in the summer ... it’s visually stimulating, the descriptions are enticing, and the smells are exquisite.


Re: City Hospital

Ian Grieve
 

I have Ben's sorted SA copies of Address Unknown and I have logged 80% of the Australian series a couple of years ago.  Haven't got back to it.

Ian





-------- Original message --------
From: "Scott Galley via groups.io" <scottgalley@...>
Date: 25/9/21 10:54 am (GMT+10:00)
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] City Hospital

That's the same concern that I've had with 'Address Unknown', a favourite Australian series around our house. I'm interested in the South African version, of course, but don't know how many are mislabelled, etc;


Re: City Hospital

Richard Davenport
 

I can upload the to you shortly


On Sep 24, 2021, at 9:30 PM, Scott Mahan <scott@...> wrote:



Those mostly match up with mine, at least 36 of them do.

 

However, I don’t have these and would very much like to obtain them.

Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Nature The Chemist.mp3

Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Schweitzer Touch.mp3

Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - In The Garden.mp3

Medical File - 0000 - 73-10-12 - SA - Twins For The Better.mp3

 

In return, I have these which don’t seem to be on your list.

Medical File Sa 000000 Amazing Dr. Dover.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Finger Of Neglect.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Mind Of Mrs Stone.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Personal Involvement.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Small Pox War.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Snake In Grass.mp3

Medical File Sa 680000 Day They Burned The City.mp3

 

And more than happy to sample them all and correct duplicates/mislabeling.

It seems like it’s been about ten years since I visited this show but I’m not remembering any duplicates when I ran through it.

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> On Behalf Of Richard Davenport
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2021 8:11 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] City Hospital

 

Here is the names cleaned up set of Medical File I have.

 

========================================
N:\OTR\M\Medical File\Medical File (SA)\
========================================
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - A Turn For The Better.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Aftermath.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - An Affair Of The Heart.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - An Onion A Day.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Bach - The Same Melody A Diferent Instrument.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Beauty In Distress.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Castastrophe.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Determination.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Friendly Enemy.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - From Russia With Love.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Hippocates Said It.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Life In The Dark.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Nature The Chemist.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Never A Wheelchair.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - No Need To Worry.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Rand's Kicker.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Schweitzer Dutch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - That People Might See.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Beginning.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Fire Bird.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Miracle Twins.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Schweitzer Touch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Star Crossed Lovers.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Tools Of The Trade.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - A Member Of The Government.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - In The Garden.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - The Operations Were Sucessful But The Patients Died.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-05-06 - SA - The Lost Hours.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Cry Wolf.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Mission Of Mercy.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Work Must Never Stop.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - Broken Doll.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - Seven Year Itch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - The Donor.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - The Honeymoon.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-09-11 - SA - National Alert.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-10-12 - SA - Twins For The Better.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 76-00-00 - SA - The Sweet Life.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 77-00-00 - SA - Delay Is Dangerous.mp3

 

 

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On Friday, September 24, 2021, 07:54:46 PM CDT, Scott Galley via groups.io <scottgalley@...> wrote:

 

 

That's the same concern that I've had with 'Address Unknown', a favourite Australian series around our house. I'm interested in the South African version, of course, but don't know how many are mislabelled, etc;


Re: City Hospital

Scott Mahan
 

Those mostly match up with mine, at least 36 of them do.

 

However, I don’t have these and would very much like to obtain them.

Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Nature The Chemist.mp3

Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Schweitzer Touch.mp3

Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - In The Garden.mp3

Medical File - 0000 - 73-10-12 - SA - Twins For The Better.mp3

 

In return, I have these which don’t seem to be on your list.

Medical File Sa 000000 Amazing Dr. Dover.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Finger Of Neglect.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Mind Of Mrs Stone.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Personal Involvement.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Small Pox War.mp3

Medical File Sa 000000 Snake In Grass.mp3

Medical File Sa 680000 Day They Burned The City.mp3

 

And more than happy to sample them all and correct duplicates/mislabeling.

It seems like it’s been about ten years since I visited this show but I’m not remembering any duplicates when I ran through it.

 

From: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io <main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io> On Behalf Of Richard Davenport
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2021 8:11 PM
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] City Hospital

 

Here is the names cleaned up set of Medical File I have.

 

========================================
N:\OTR\M\Medical File\Medical File (SA)\
========================================
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - A Turn For The Better.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Aftermath.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - An Affair Of The Heart.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - An Onion A Day.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Bach - The Same Melody A Diferent Instrument.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Beauty In Distress.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Castastrophe.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Determination.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Friendly Enemy.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - From Russia With Love.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Hippocates Said It.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Life In The Dark.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Nature The Chemist.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Never A Wheelchair.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - No Need To Worry.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Rand's Kicker.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Schweitzer Dutch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - That People Might See.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Beginning.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Fire Bird.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Miracle Twins.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Schweitzer Touch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Star Crossed Lovers.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Tools Of The Trade.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - A Member Of The Government.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - In The Garden.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - The Operations Were Sucessful But The Patients Died.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-05-06 - SA - The Lost Hours.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Cry Wolf.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Mission Of Mercy.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Work Must Never Stop.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - Broken Doll.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - Seven Year Itch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - The Donor.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - The Honeymoon.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-09-11 - SA - National Alert.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-10-12 - SA - Twins For The Better.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 76-00-00 - SA - The Sweet Life.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 77-00-00 - SA - Delay Is Dangerous.mp3

 

 

Labor ipse voluptas

 

 

On Friday, September 24, 2021, 07:54:46 PM CDT, Scott Galley via groups.io <scottgalley@...> wrote:

 

 

That's the same concern that I've had with 'Address Unknown', a favourite Australian series around our house. I'm interested in the South African version, of course, but don't know how many are mislabelled, etc;


Re: City Hospital

Richard Davenport
 

Here is the names cleaned up set of Medical File I have.

========================================
N:\OTR\M\Medical File\Medical File (SA)\
========================================
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - A Turn For The Better.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Aftermath.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - An Affair Of The Heart.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - An Onion A Day.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Bach - The Same Melody A Diferent Instrument.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Beauty In Distress.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Castastrophe.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Determination.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Friendly Enemy.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - From Russia With Love.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Hippocates Said It.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Life In The Dark.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Nature The Chemist.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Never A Wheelchair.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - No Need To Worry.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Rand's Kicker.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - Schweitzer Dutch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - That People Might See.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Beginning.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Fire Bird.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Miracle Twins.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Schweitzer Touch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Star Crossed Lovers.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 00-00-00 - SA - The Tools Of The Trade.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - A Member Of The Government.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - In The Garden.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-00-00 - SA - The Operations Were Sucessful But The Patients Died.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 69-05-06 - SA - The Lost Hours.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Cry Wolf.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Mission Of Mercy.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 70-00-00 - SA - Work Must Never Stop.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - Broken Doll.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - Seven Year Itch.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - The Donor.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-00-00 - SA - The Honeymoon.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-09-11 - SA - National Alert.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 73-10-12 - SA - Twins For The Better.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 76-00-00 - SA - The Sweet Life.mp3
Medical File - 0000 - 77-00-00 - SA - Delay Is Dangerous.mp3



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On Friday, September 24, 2021, 07:54:46 PM CDT, Scott Galley via groups.io <scottgalley@...> wrote:


That's the same concern that I've had with 'Address Unknown', a favourite Australian series around our house. I'm interested in the South African version, of course, but don't know how many are mislabelled, etc;

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