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Comment made by Vinny (216.171.185.210 ) on 2010-11-24 18:20:25

I'm split 50/50 on Harry Nile or Sherlock Holmes. I love them both. It's hard to say which one I like better; they are equally enjoyable. I also really enjoy Raffles and Kincaid. Since it is being asked which is my favorite series, I'd put them a notch below Harry Nile and Sherlock Holmes. Hillary Caine is enjoyable too and I'd put that show one more notch down just below Kincaid and Raffles. BUT, as I mentioned, I really enjoy them all. I love Imagination Theater and I listen weekly and have even bought some of the CDs and have paid for some downloads. Keep up the GREAT work. This is the best thing on radio!!!!
Comment made by Trevor (129.101.51.31 ) on 2010-10-03 22:53:29

According to the poll, Raffles isn't liked nearly as well as other shows. I truly enjoy Raffles--I have read all of the original Raffles stories and would love to hear original Raffles stories broadcast.Of course, you can't go wrong with Harry Nile or S.Holmes--always great shows. And Kincaid is right up there with the best in my opinion.
Comment made by Jerry Robbins (173.48.218.218 ) on 2010-09-28 00:15:44

Hi Tony - POWDER RIVER will run again on XM; it just ran at the start of the year, so they can't repeat it right away. It may, at some point, go into its own time slot, running once a week.
Comment made by tony (209.216.178.86 ) on 2010-09-15 15:14:40

hey will everybody who listens on xm radio please let them know how much we enjoy this channel and esp. these shows. Powder river is almost gone from the channel. Who's next harry Nile or Sherlock Holmes. Family friendly shows on the xm/sirius is very hard to find.
Comment made by harry nile fan (76.179.201.103 ) on 2010-08-25 16:25:21

i am a big fan of harry nile investigations and i follow his clues in the stories and try to figure out the story before it ends. i also like sherlock holmes.
Comment made by Travis C. (24.33.79.77 ) on 2010-08-21 13:51:22

P.S. I really liked the opening theme with the projector. That was by far my favorite of the 3 that I've heard.
Comment made by Travis C. (24.33.79.77 ) on 2010-08-15 14:40:58

I enjoy all the series - some more than others, but all are excellent. I think the casting of Sherlock Holmes is shall I say; supuerb? While Basil Rathbone is still my overall favorite radio Holmes, I.T.'s cast is my favorite of the modern era. Lawrence Albert's portrayal is fairly similar to the Jeremy Brett TV series, which is exactly how I would picture Watson to be. I think Mr. Lowry is top-notch, and even better than the modern-era BBC Holmes. My only request on some of the Holmes is a touch of AVC (automatic volume control) - some dialogue (of intended regular level) will be peak, but then the rest really low, making it kind of difficult to understand some of the dialogue without cranking the volume. Ziv's Boston Blackie tended to do the same thing, except it was generally sound effects that would be peak. Per the stories, very imaginative and well-written, and also well-acted. I look forward to all Sherlock Holmes. I do tend to enjoy the new storylines the best.
Comment made by Larry Albert (98.225.36.214 ) on 2010-06-28 14:21:46

Bryan Thanks fort he kind words on Watson. I think that if you like the way I do you'll enjoy hearing Michael Williams in the role opposite Clive Merrison as Holmes. The shows are fom the BBC and are my personal favorites (outside of our own of course.)
Comment made by Bryan Ogborn (204.110.227.11 ) on 2010-06-27 22:32:38

Well, I'm gonna throw my two cents worth in on this. I'm an XM listener. Way to go Larry on standing up for Powder River. I thouroughly enjoy and have to listened to all the episodes repeatedly. It needs to be looked at in context, it is entertainment, people. Give it a rest. I was born in 1963. Too late for the Golden Age of Radio. However, I cut my radio drama teeth on Hyram Brown's CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Every night, I stayed up late to see what kind of story E.G. Marshall was going to introduce. What great radio that was. Now, for important stuff, I'm a huge fan of both Harry Nile and Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. I can identify with Harry. Nuff said there. For the first time, I have heard Dr. Watson portrayed in the way I always felt he should be. Not a bumbling, doddering old man. But, a vital man who has seen some of the worst life has to offer during his service in Afghanistan and has come out the other side a better man for it. This version of Watson is the perfect counterpoint to an excellent version of Holmes. Thanks for the great programs. I hope to hear more new episodes on Book Radio in the near future.
Comment made by Mo (98.169.185.185 ) on 2010-04-23 08:46:56

I'm with Vinnie - I enjoy the Sherlock Holmes greatly. Exciting music, good plots, great acting. It seems like a updated, improved extension of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. However, there is something especially appealing about the character of Harry Nile, particularly as acted by Phil Harper. If I had to pick just one, I'd go with Harry
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