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Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)
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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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 446 ratings
Great show
Great show! Thanks for creating this podcast.
Trilolight via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/14/20
Love it but ...
Love this podcast. I love how he gives a short history of the characters. However can a repeating the intro fix ruin? It’s annoying. Would be a five star otherwise.
Marksalmonllc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/12/20
The best host and curation
I love this interesting, well-researched podcast. All the gems of information shared by the host only add to the enjoyment of the radio shows. The sound quality is better than all the other radio anthologies. Keep up the excellent work...you’re putting me in touch with my parents’ and...Read full review »
Hi-line via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/09/19
Recent Episodes
This week on "Down These Mean Streets," Vincent Price stars as the Robin Hood of modern crime - "The Saint" - in two radio mysteries: "The Frightened Author" (7/23/50) and "Simon Carries the Ivy" (4/1/51).
Published 01/12/20
This week on "Down These Mean Streets," super sleuth Ellery Queen solves a sixty-minute mystery in an installment of "The Ford Theatre" (1/4/48).
Published 01/05/20
This week on "Down These Mean Streets," we bid goodbye to 2019 and ring in 2020 with a pair of New Year's Eve radio mysteries. We'll hear "Casey, Crime Photographer" in "Hot New Year's Party" (1/1/48) and "The First Year" from "The Whistler" (12/31/47).
Published 12/29/19
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