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Comment made by Charlotte (131.111.24.32 ) on 2010-01-08 08:54:49

Great news! I look forward to more Raffles :)
Comment made by Larry Albert (98.225.36.214 ) on 2010-01-06 19:04:24

I have several Raffles scripts under consideration. Keep watching the skies
Comment made by Charlotte (95.146.137.8 ) on 2010-01-06 10:23:05

Are the JFP team going to make any more Raffles? I'm a big fan of most of the other shows you make, but have just listened to "A Change of Direction" and really enjoyed it. The writer, cast and director really seem to have nailed it - the performances were spot on, including the accents. And I say that as a Brit :)
Comment made by David (208.31.155.254 ) on 2010-01-01 00:00:46

I think the answer to your question,David S. as to why we are picking favorites is because the poll question is, "What is your favorite series"?! No one HAS respond to anything. As I wrote before, I believe the "back and forth", as you call it, is good. Enthusiast of anything, be it books, music and movies of all genres, collectors of all types of things, and sports fans have intense debates and passionate disagreements. It is clearf we are all fans of radio drama and in particular, Jim French Priductions. It just so happens there is strong feelings, both positive and negative, regarding one of the shows. I say this is great. It demonstrates how important these shows are to its fans,and the passion we have for this art form. I wish there were greater opportunities to meet other radio drama fans, to discuss, to disagree, to debate. Then at the end of the day, shake hands and know that we at least agree that radio drama is wonderful. Until then, I think this poll question has served as a message board for us to communicate our loves and dislikes WITH EACH OTHER. If communicating with other fans wasn't at least some of the motivation, why would any of us respond? I look forward to reading all comments, both those I agree with and disagree with, because I feel we are all proud to be radio drama fans.
Comment made by David S. (96.24.186.82 ) on 2009-12-27 17:23:35

All I would like to know is why we have to pick favorites? Powder River, Harry Nile and Sherlock Holmes have entertained me for hours on end, and I hope that my kids will enjoy them as much as I have. Let's stop the going back and forth and just come together as fans of radio drama regardless of who produces it as long as it is a quality production which Jim French and Jerry Robbins both have done in my opinion.
Comment made by david (208.31.155.254 ) on 2009-12-16 23:15:57

Sorry Martin but while Powder River might be "real popular" to SOME Virginians, there are some of us in the Old Dominion who are NOT fans. Don't want to "bash" but as I have said before, this forum should be a free expression of devoted fans. So in the "Christmas Spirit", Sherlock Holmes and Harry Nile are great!
Comment made by cAROLE (75.72.68.20 ) on 2009-12-06 00:45:47

It is tough to pick a favorite, how about two top favorites?
Comment made by Robert (147.26.17.176 ) on 2009-12-03 18:33:42

Right on Martin, Stated in the true spirit of the Christmas season. Lets talk positive of what we like, not what we despise.
Comment made by Martin (12.54.233.130 ) on 2009-12-01 23:15:44

Powder River is real popular here in VA. It is my favorite and I think Jan and back again are correct, Bashing is rude, and we should all try to play nice. Keep the good programs coming Imagination Theater.
Comment made by David (208.31.155.254 ) on 2009-11-29 21:11:42

Late to get back to you Jan but I wanted to partly agree with you. Folks shouldn't be rude or just bash actors. Again,this seems to be a place where the listener gets to be a critic. Yes, the question was "What is your favorite show"? This has led to a great response. Whats wrong with critisism of a show? It seems that while Powder River is immensely popular, it has its fair share of detractors,certainly more than Sherlock or Harry. This is not a bad thing. It creates an energy, an excitement to this message board. And while my problems with the show are not based on the actors, I would not worry too much about those comments focusing on their acting. They are actors and actors face a great deal of scrutiny from critiques. In short, defend your show, defend its actors but don't take the critism personally.
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