The original wireless network! Distance is awesome compared to coffeeshop wifi, and users don't syphon off bandwidth.
Thanks for this site.
One of my favorite streaming sites is OTRNow, which has two streams running daily, each for 12 hours then it's repeated so 7am shows are re-streamed at 7pm.
And Archive.ORG has a vast and free selection for downloading shows, which gets useful once I learned my favorite shows via streaming and samples.
DUFFY'S TAVERN is a favorite comedy, more akin to TV's Cheers, only 5 decades earlier.
I'm not a fan of Alan Ladd, but his BOX 13 is an excellent mystery - detective show about Ladd being a burned-out reporter, certain there are plenty of great stories for his freelance writing career. All people have to do is drop him a note at Box 13 and he'll work on it.
YOUR'S TRULY JOHNNY DOLLAR didn't sound promising but it's another favorite, about an insurance investigator (originally actor Edmund O'Brien) who is reciting his last 'report' on paper, which takes us thru the show, then he signs this expense-laden report, ...yours truly...
There are 5 decades of JACK BENNY shows, but if you can find the ones with Ronald Colman, those are hilarious. Ronald and Jack are real-life neighbors, and in the show, they use this to exploit Jack's infamous money-grubbing 'let me borrow instead of buy my own' nature. Like Colman's Oscar, for example. And his newest electric razor.
The radio show GUNSMOKE ran alongside the TV show for several years, using William Cannon as Marshall Dillon and Floyd The Barber (Howard McNear) as Doc.
Frank Sinatra's ROCKY FORTUNE has our erstwhile hero playing a wandering day-worker who gets into and out of trouble, 30 minutes a week.
And after a year's success with the film version THE THIRD MAN, Orson Welles responded with a 50-episode prequel called THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY LIME, THE THIRD MAN, using Anton Karas' distinctive zither theme and Orson playing Harry Lime. Harry's still a scoundrel, but he's not the worst bad guy on each show. Sometimes he loses the loot, sometimes he slips away with it.