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Who is your favorite police detective on Harry Nile

29 %29 %29 % 29.35% (658)
4 %4 %4 % 4.46% (100)
6 %6 %6 % 6.56% (147)
3 %3 %3 % 3.66% (82)
6 %6 %6 % 6.87% (154)
Not sure
3 %3 %3 % 3.17% (71)
I like them all
40 %40 %40 % 40.41% (906)
I doesn't matter
5 %5 %5 % 5.53% (124)
Total comments added = 21 Total votes cast = 2242
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Comment made by Ray Krutsinger ( ) on 2013-10-12 13:41:32

The result among detectives actually voted for ("I love them all" not included) would be different if they were listed alphabetically
Comment made by Nancy Yaras ( ) on 2013-09-02 05:39:52

I was heartbroken to discover that Sirius has dropped Book Radio and consequently Harry Nile and Sherlock Holmes. I just discovered these shows in recent months so it is all still fairly new to me but I had become a faithful listener in the morning and the afternoon as well when my work schedule allowed. I have expressed my disappointment to Sirius but they don't care. Perhaps if they heard from enough listeners they might reconsider? Another possibility might be Radio Classics. I think both shows would be a wonderful addition to their lineup. Please everyone, send an email to Sirius and to R.C.'s Gregg Bell and maybe we can get Harry and Sherlock back on the air! We are paying for Sirius so we should be allowed some input regarding programing decisions.
Comment made by Brian Bowman ( ) on 2013-08-01 14:50:53

Now that IT shows are off of Book Radio, or actually, Book Radio is gone... would be nice if the OTR channel on Sirius/XM would pick up some Harry Nile, or Sherlock Holmes... or some of the Colonial Theater Radio shows.
Comment made by Tom S ( ) on 2013-07-23 21:14:37

How bummed was I when I returned from a vacation to see that book radio is gone and now my 5:30 am drive listening to Harry is done...4 years listening to the same stories but still loving everyone.
Comment made by Seth ( ) on 2013-07-12 18:11:38

I like them all. Meeker is a moron, but I love him for the comic relief. Although I could see Murphy hitting him with a frying pan, by accident of course.
Comment made by Revanchist ( ) on 2012-10-21 01:13:42

I have to say that Dutcher is my favorite, though if I remember correctly, he's retired now. Butterfield is pretty good, though most of them are, too. There's only one who I dislike. I believe his name is Meeker. He's the one who is dead set and determined to save Harry's life. He comes off as a buffoon and a jerk.
Comment made by Roy Seppanen ( ) on 2012-08-24 15:14:32

I just finished listening to my daily fix of Harry Nile. Makes my day. Todayís show was about the cop who comes to California from Chicago to seek revenge. I use to live in Arcadia and know the trailer court in Monrovia that was mentioned in the show. I also came to your 100th show recorded at the Kirkland Performance Center a couple of year ago. I too wish there were more shows to hear. Keep up the good work. Iím also a fan of Sherlock Holms; I see that the stories are getting more visibility on TV and film.
Comment made by Larry Albert ( ) on 2011-05-30 12:43:14

We'd love to get Harry on more often on XM but we don't have any say in their programming. why not drop them a line and address it to Maggie Linton
Comment made by Bill 19 ( ) on 2011-05-30 01:22:39

How about putting HARRY on xm radio more often like evey night around 9pm pacific time. The 2:30am time slot here in LA does not work ! Harry NILE is the best thing on the radio
Comment made by emily ( ) on 2011-04-20 13:37:09

i like them all- the only problem is the show is too short. you don't really get a chance to get to know them all.
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