Presenting the best detectives from the Golden Age of Radio. Each week, we'll bring you an episode starring one of Old Time Radio's greatest detectives and the story behind the show. Join us for adventures of Philip Marlowe, Sam Spade, Johnny Dollar, and many more.
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Lois Lane returns! Her uncle is a meterology professor with an uncanny ability to predict the weather. Lois and Clark travel to interview him and discover a gang of robbers, a murdered assistant, and a plan to destroy a mountain. It all adds up to an... more
Take me out to the ballgame for these three radio mysteries set in and around the ballpark. First, Ellery Queen's plans for a relaxing Sunday afternoon are thwarted when a movie star drops dead in "The Adventure of the Foul Tip" (AFRS rebroadcast; or... more
A lost race, an immortal witch doctor, and a polar bear? All in a day's work for Superman! In this week's bonus show, Clark Kent travels to the Arctic to find a missing explorer and the last Daily Planet reporter sent to locate him. We'll hear the fu... more
Hi!! I love the show and I also really appreciate the way you have highlighted black radio actors during Black History Month and how you’re always encouraging people to get vaccinated/stay safe!
Appreciate you telling us the background of the actors. Best example was Case Crime Photographer episode. Great show but your descriptions add value, thank you. more
Love the presenter. He has such a soothing voice and gives so many background detail. It makes the shows much more enjoyable.
Great stories but racist remarks ?? SLANTED EYES?? Really?? Yeah a Chinese detective was called that 🥴🥴🥴👎🏾👎🏾.. I heard other racist remarks too on some other podcasts👎🏾👎🏾👎🏾 from the characters themselves … Also Have Gun Will Travel? Didn’t know they actually used the word POLICE back in those days( western era) I thought it was either SHERIFF OR DEPUTY?? Another show with SAM SPADE, about some barrel of oils missing , they’re eventually found but of course Sam n the brother are ca... more
Thank you , how I wish I was around for the golden age of radio , I love these shows , the writing is just incredible, the characters amazing… more
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Down These Mean Streets launched 9 years ago and published 656 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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