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The Best of Old Time Radio from
Classic Radio Entertainment in Sparkling Digital Sound!
If you're old enough to remember the
"Golden Age of Radio,"
when the glowing dial of that formidable Philco or Atwater Kent console
brought comedy, drama, suspense, music, and news into millions of American
homes, then you know just how wonderful radio was. If you don't remember those
days, but have spent hours listening to rebroadcasts from the 1930s, 1940s, and
1950s, then you understand just how engrossing radio entertainment can be. If
you've never heard any of the vast variety of programs that once dominated the
airwaves ... well, you're in for a real treat!
Radio Archives is dedicated solely to the preservation of our priceless radio
heritage. We devote countless hours and thousands upon thousands of dollars to
seek out top quality recordings of the finest, most historic, and most
entertaining programs from radio's past, using state-of-the-art CEDAR
processing and the latest digital restoration technology to eliminate the pops,
scratches, and hiss usually associated with old time radio shows.
Each month, Radio Archives adds new programs and new CD collections to our
website, with each new addition described in our on-line newsletter. If you'd
like to add your name to our mailing list, we'll be happy to notify you
whenever a new newsletter is available -- and, from time to time, you'll also
receive word of some special offers, exclusively for you.
This is a highly recommended dealer. The Audio CDs they provide are reasonably
priced and of the highest quality. Each month they release materials to the
community that have previously been available.
The Vintage Radio Place
Jerry Haendiges website. Lots of interesting stuff here and a recommended
dealer. Jerry is sometimes slow to fill orders, but his CDs are of an extremely
Ted Davenport's old site. Ted is a very good friend, and member of the OTRR
organization and has provided us with a great many new series or episodes.
While Ted is no longer active as a dealer, his material is available from Terry
Salomonson. Much of Ted's materials came from the University of Utah's
collection, which contained a lot of rare stuff.
Audio Classics Archive
The Golden Days Of Radio
. You may have heard these radio broadcasts and thought of them as something
remembered with love and lost forever. If you're younger, you may have heard
your parents or grandparents mention them. They are not lost and gone forever.
We have been collecting these programs for over a quarter of a century and for
the past five years been digitally processing these broadcasts to complete
restoration. Saving this piece of radio broadcast history for our enjoyment and
the enjoyment of future generations for many years to come.
If you remember these programs, you can enjoy them again. If you are too young
to have heard these broadcasts before they were discontinued, then you now have
a chance to discover these historic radio broadcasts for the first time. The
fascinating radio broadcast world of drama, comedy, westerns and
science-fiction, you can now discover and collect these programs. We offer the
best sounding programs on digital CDs that you can listen to at home or on the
go. Listen on your home or portable CD player, or on your automobile's CD deck.
During your morning or afternoon traffic gridlock you can now enjoy
radio. Unwind after the day's events and slip into the past with a trip down
radio's memory lane.
Terry carries a lot of material that you will not find anywhere else. His
prices are reasonable, and his sound quality is excellent. You will not be
disappointed when buying from him. Terry is also a member of the Old time Radio
Bob is a great friend to the Old Time Radio Researchers and supports our work
in every way. He has many unique programs and we urge our members and friends
to check out his site at
The Redmond Nostalgia Company, known by most as simply “Nostalgia”,
was formed in the late 1960's in an effort to preserve the original recordings
from The Golden Age Of Radio. From 1969 to 1980 we did business under the name
Radio Reruns, becoming The Redmond Nostalgia Company in 1981. We own one of the
largest privately held collections of radio programs including thousands of
original radio transcription discs. Our emphasis has always been on sound
quality and we have a long reputation of selling the finest product in the
industry. Over the years we have issued radio programs on various formats
including LP, 8-track tape, open reel, cassette and now CD. Most material from
our old open reel and cassette catalogs is still available. Please contact us
for current pricing and availability.
Good quality, fair prices are the hallmark of this company. OTRR is proud to