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THE DRAGNET RADIO PODCAST

MONDAYS at 11pm Eastern/8pm Pacific

The most famous and influential police procedural drama in media history. Any police drama on television today owes its very existence to this radio series. Plus, behind the scenes commentary after each episode!

THE SUPERMAN RADIO PODCAST

Every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY 11pm Eastern/8pm Pacific

The epic adventure of Superman who leaps tall buildings in a single bound, is faster than a speeding bullet, bends steel in his bare hands, and who, disguised as Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for a great Metropolitan newspaper, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice and the American way. Plus, behind the scenes commentary after each episode!

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THE TIM CONWAY JR. SHOW

ON DEMAND

THE PAT NOVAK FOR HIRE RADIO PODCAST 

TUESDAYS at 11pm Eastern/8pm Pacific

Pat Novak, for Hire is a radio series which aired from 1946 to 1947 as a West Coast regional (produced at KGO in San Francisco) program and in 1949 as a nationwide program for ABC first with Jack Webb, then Ben Morris for the 1947-48 years and followed by Jack Webb again for classic 1949 episodes.  The series is popular among fans for its fast-paced, hard-boiled dialogue and action and witty one-liners.

THE INNER SANCTUM RADIO PODCAST

SERIES COMPLETE!

This series is considered one of the most popular radio programs of all time that aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952.  It was immediately recognized by its creaking door open, chilling host, and equally scary episodes.  It also featured some of the top Hollywood stars of the era.  Listen for exclusive commentary after every episode!

THE SUSPENSE RADIO PODCAST 

THURSDAYS at Midnight Eastern/9pm Pacific

One of the greatest and longest radio drama programs of all time.  It was considered "radio's outstanding theatre of thrills" featuring many leading Hollywood actors of the era. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Plus, behind the scenes commentary after each episode!

Jim Romanovich is a veteran radio broadcaster, television host and accomplished producer.  Since 1986, he has dedicated his life to revising our antiquated pop culture views into a relevance today we understand and not only appreciate but truly enjoy.  His career is as busy as ever with several projects in production for television as well as the emerging new media.  He serves as executive producer of several network productions and continues to perform on camera as well as with voice-over work.